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Pibltoti)eta Americana 

Vol. XXIV. — Storrs to Ternaux-Compans 



Pibliot^eca Americana 



DICTIONARY 

OF 

Poofes! 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 XXIV. '•':'•" 

Storrs to Ternaux-Compans. ' " ' ■ 



"A painfull work it is I'll assure you, and more than difficult, wherein what toyle hath beeniaken, 
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TORRS. The Ministry Strong in the Grace of 
Christ. A Sermon, preached at the ordination 
of Mr. Richard S. Storrs, Jr., as pastor of the 
Harvard Church and Society, Brookh'ne, Ms., 
October 22, 1845. ^Y Richard S. Storrs ... 
Boston: Press of T. R. Marviuy 24 Congress 
Street. 1845. 8vo, pp. 30. 

, GTS., M., MINNHS., UTS., Y. 9~^S1 

Storrs. The Mutability of Created Things a Reason for Active 
Benevolence. A Sermon, delivered before the Howard Benevolent 
Society of Boston, January 12th, 1820. By Richard S. Storrs, A.M. 
. . .Boston: Printed by Munroe and FrancisyNo. ^,Cornh'ill. 1820. 

8vo, pp. 24. AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., Y. 92258 

Storrs. A Sermon, delivered at North Bridgewater, Oct. 31, 
I 82 I, at the Ordination of the Rev. Daniel Temple, and Rev. Isaac 
Bird, as Evangelists and Missionaries to the Heathen. By the Rev. 
Richard S. Storrs . . . Boston: Crocker i^ Brewster, Printers, No. 
$o,Cornhill. 1822. 8vo, pp. 52. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 92259 

Contents: Sermon, pp. 3-29; the Charge, by the Rev. Daniel Thomas, pp. 31-35} 
Right Hand of Fellowship, by the Rev. Samuel Green, pp. 36—41 ; Address to the 
Palestine Missionary Society, by the Rev. Sereno E. Dwight, pp. 42-50; Palestine 
Missionary Society, pp. 51—52. 

Storrs. A Sermon delivered at the ordination of the Reverend 
Caleb Hobart, as pastor of the Second Church and Society in North- 
Yarmouth, Me. Dec. 3, 1823. By Richard S. Storrs . . . Portland: 
Printed at the Mirror Office. 1824. 8vo,pp. 32. a.\s. 92260 

VOL. XXIV. I 



6 STORRS (RICHARD S,). 

Storrs. a Sermon delivered before His Excellency Edward 
Everett, Governor, His Honor George Hull, Lieutenant Governor, 
the Honorable Council, and the Legislature of Massachusetts, on the 
Anniversary Election, January 3, 1838. By Richard S. Storrs . . . 
Boston: Dutton and Wentivorthy Printers to the State. 1838. 8vo, 

pp. 46. AAS.y B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M., MINNHS., 

NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 9226 I 

Storrs. A Sermon, preached at the Funeral of Rev. Elisha Fiske, 
of Wrentham, January 15,1851. By Rev. R. S. Storrs . . . Boston: 
Printed by Abner Forbesy No. 37 Cornhill. 185 I. 8vo, pp. 30. 

AAS., BA., BM., CU., M., NYH., UTS., WHS. 92262 

Storrs. The Spirit of the Pilgrims. A Sermon delivered at Ply- 
mouth, December the twenty-second, 1826. By Richard S. Storrs 
. . . Plymouth: Printed by Allen Danforth. 1 827. 8vo, pp. 44. 

AAS., C, CU., HSP., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS. 92263 

Storrs. Union among the Friends of Religious Order. A Ser- 
mon, preached 5th June, 18 16, before the Convention of Norfolk 
County at Dedham, for encouraging the due observance of the 
Lord's Day. By Richard S. Storrs, a.m. . . . Dedhajn: Abel D. 
A lleyney Printer. 1816. 8vo, pp. 23. aas., B., BA., nyp. 92264 

Storrs. Weariness in Well-doing. A Sermon preached before 
the Auxiliary Education Society of Norfolk County, at their annual 
meeting in Medway, June 11, 1823. By Richard S. Storrs . . . 
Boston: Printed by Crocker and Brewster y No. 50, Cornhill. 1 823. 

8vo, pp. 44. BM.,C., UTS. 92265 

Pp. 31—44 contain historical material. 

Storrs' sermons on the fiftieth and sixtieth anniversaries of his ordination and 
settlement at Braintree were published in 1861, nyp., and 1871, aas., b., respectively. 

He was also the author of other works of purely religious interest. 

Storrs (Richard S [alter] ), /r., /». 1821,^. 1900. Christianity: 
Its Destined Supremacy on the Earth. A Sermon, preached April 
6, and 13, 185 I, before the Foreign Missionary Society of New 
York and Brooklyn. By Richard S. Storrs, Jr., pastor of the Church 
of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N. Y. Published by the Society. New 
York: Almon Merwin, 150 Nassau Street. 185 I. [On verso of 
title:] New York: S. W. Benedicty Print.y 16 Sfruce street. 8vo, 

pp. 39. AAS., B., BA., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 92266 

Storrs. Colleges, a Power in Civilization, to be used for Christ. 
A Discourse before the Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and 
Theological Education at the West, delivered in High Street Church, 



STORRS (RICHARD S.). 7 

Providence, R. L, October 30, 1855. % Richard S. Storrs, Jr., d.d. 
. . . Reprinted from the American Journal of Education and College 
Review, for June, 1856. Ne-iv York: N. A. Calkins, 348 Broad- 
way, lS^6. 8vo, pp. (2), 22, 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., M., MINNHS., UTS., WHS. 92267 
A separate from vol. i of the above Journal, pp. 523-544. 

Storrs. Congregationalism: its Principles and Influences: a 
Discourse delivered before the General Association of New York, 
at their meeting in Madison, August, 1848. By Richard S. Storrs, 
Jr. . . . New York: Baker and Scribner, 145 Nassau Street arid 36 
Park Rozu. 1848. [Verso of title:] C. W. Benedict, Printer, 201 
William street, cor. of Frankfort. 8vo, pp. 72, and slip of errata at 
end. B., BM., c, GTS., nyp., UTS., WHS., Y. 92268 

Storrs. The Obligation of Man to obey the Civil Law: its 
Ground, and its Extent. A Discourse delivered December 12, 1850, 
on occasion of the Public Thanksgiving; in the Church of the Pil- 
grims, Brooklyn, N. Y. By Richard S. Storrs, Jr. . . . New York: 
Mark H. Newman &' Co., 199 Broadway. 1850. [On verso of 
title:] S. W. Benedict, Printer, 16 Spruce-Street. 8vo, pp. 44. 

AAS., BA., BM., C, GTS., H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 92269 

Storrs. The Puritan Scheme of National Growth. An Oration 
delivered before the New England Society in the City of New York, 
December 2ist, 1857. By Richard S. Storrs, Jr. . . . Nezv York: 
John F. Trow, Printer, 377 ^ 379 Broadzvay, corner of White 
Street. 1858. 8vo, pp. 47. 

AAS., B., BA., CU., H., HSP., NYH., NYP., UP., UTS., WHS. 9227O 

Storrs. A Sermon, commemorative of Mrs. Mary H. Chitten- 
den; preached in the Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 
5th, 1852. By Richard S. Storrs, Jr. . . . Neiv York: {Printed for 
private distribution.) 1 854. 8vo, pp. 43. Plate, nyh., Y. 92271 

Storrs. Terrors of the Pestilence. A Sermon, preached in the 
Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N. Y., on occasion of a Collection 
in Aid of the Sufferers at Norfolk, Va., September 30th, 1 85 5. By 
Richard S. Storrs, Jr. . . . New-York: Printed by John A. Gray, 
95 ^ 97 Clijf Street. 1855. 8vo, pp. 24. 

AML., B., C, HSP., NYH., NYP. 92272 
See also, Monson Academy, "Discourses, and Speeches ... at the Semi-Centcnnial 
Anniversary," no. 50041, vol. 12, aas., h., m., nvp., and "Sermons preached at the 
Dedication of the Broadway Tabernacle," no. 79299, vol. 19, nyp., uts. 

The above list does not contain those works by Storrs which were published after 
i860. 



8 STORY (ENOCH ). 

Story (Enoch). Philadelphia. January 14, 1775. Proposals 
for printing by subscription The Pennsylvania Mercury, and Uni- 
versal Advertiser. . . . Enoch Story and Dan'l Humphreys. [Phila- 
delphia: Printed by Story and Humphrey. 1775.] Folio broadside. 

Title from Evans. 92 2 73 

The publication of the paper was begun April 7, i775) and continued till the end 
of December, the last number located being that for Dec. 22 of that year. The print- 
ing office was destroyed by fire on Dec. 31. With the issue of April 14 the name was 
changed to "Story & Humphrey's Pennsylvania Mercury, and Universal Advertiser." 
See Brigham's "Bibliography of American Newspapers" in Amer. Antiq. Soc. "Pro- 
ceedings," vol. 32, 1922, p. 197. 

Story (Isaac), b. 1749, d. 18 16. A | Discourse, | delivered 
February 15, 1795, at the Request | of the Proprietors' Commit- 
tee; I as preparatory to | the Collection, | On the National Thanks- 
giving, the Thursday | following, for the Benefit of our Ameri- | 
can Brethren in Captivity at Algiers. | By Isaac Story, a.m. | Pastor 
of the Second Congregational Society in Marblehead. | . . • | Printed 
by ThoTuas C. Gushing, Essex-Street, Salem. \ mdccxcv. | 8vo, 

pp. 29. AAS., BA., C, JCB., H., M., NYP., UTS., Y. 92274 

Half title: "Mr. Story's Two Sermons, February 15, and 19, 1795." The second 
sermon is included in the pagination, but it has a separate title page as follows: 

A I Sermon, | Preached February 19, 1795, | (From Ecclesiastes ix, 18.) | being 
the I Federal Thanksgiving, | Appointed by our beloved President, the illus- ] trious 
George Washington, Esq. | By Isaac Story, a.m. | Pastor of the Second Congrega- 
tional Society in Marblehead. | . . . | Printed by Thomas C. Gushing, Essex-Street, 
Salem. \ mdccxcv. | 

Story. The Love of our Country Re- | commended and En- 
forced. I In a I Sermon | From Psalm cxxii. 7. | Delivered on a day 
of I Public Thanksgiving, | December 15, 1774. | By | Isaac Story, 
A.M. I Pastor of the second Church in Marblehead. | Published by 
Request. | . . . | Boston: | Printed and Sold b\ John Boyle in Marl- 
horo'-Strect. \ mdcclxxv. | 8vo, pp. 23. 

B.J BA., C, CU., H., HEH., JCB., MINNHS., NYH. 92275 
Half title: Mr. Story's Thanksgiving Sermon, December xv. mdcclxxiv. 

Story. A [ Sermon, | Preached August the 15th, 1798, | at 
Hamilton, | at the | Ordination | of the | Rev. Daniel Story, to the 
Pastoral Care | of the Church in Marietta, | and its Vicinity, in the 
Territory of the United States, | North-west of the River Ohio. | 
By his Brother, | Isaac Story, | Pastor of the Second Congregational 
Church in | Marblehead. | Printed by Thomas C. Gushing, Essex- 
Street, Salrm. \ I 798. | 8vo, pp. 43. 

AAS., B., BA., C, JCB., H., HEH., NYH., NYP., P., UTS., WLC, 

Y. 92276 



STORY ( Isaac). g 

Story. ASermon, preached February 19, 1795. 5^t' a Discourse 
delivered February 15, 1795, above. 

[Story (Isaac)], b. 1774, d. 1803. All the World's a Stage. 
A I Poem, I in | Three Parts. | • • • | The Stranger. | Newbury port: 
Printed by William Barrett. \ 1 796. | 8vo, pp. 11, (i), 14-15. 

AAS., H., NVP. 92277 

On the title of the nyp. copy, below the words "The Stranger," the name "I. 
Storey" is written in a contemporary hand. Attributed by Wegelin to Isaac Story, Jr. 
The recto of the leaf following p. [12] is numbered 14. 

[Story]. Consolatory Odes, dedicated with Christian piety to 
those unfortunate beings who labor under the malignant influence 
of the Democratic mania. New York. 1799. l2mo. 92278 

Title from Duyckinck. A copy is listed in the catalogue of the New York State 
Library, 1855, the title including the words "By Peter Quince." 

[Story], supposed author. Epistle from Yarico to Inkle. See 
Yarico to Inkle. 

Story. An | Eulogy | on the | Glorious Virtues | of the illustri- 
ous I Gen. George Washington: | who died at Mount Vernon, De- 
cember 14th, 1799, in the 68th year of | his age — ripe in honor and 
full of glory. I Written at the Request of the | Inhabitants of Ster- 
ling, I and delivered before them, | on Saturday the 2 2d of February, 

1800. I By Isaac Story, a.m. | . • • | Worcester. \ Printed by Isaiah 
Thomas, Jun. \ April — I 800. | 8vo, pp. 23. 

AAS., B., BA., BU., C, JCB., H., HEH., NYP. 92279 

[Story.] Liberty, | a | Poem, | delivered on the Fourth of July. | 

... I The Stranger. | Ncwburyport: \ Printed by William Barrett, \ 

Market-Square — M.DCC,XCV. | 8vo, pp. 10. E., HEH. 92 2 80 

The title of the h. copy contains a contemporary MS. attribution to Isaac Story, Jr. 

Wegelin also attributes to him. 

Story. An Oration, on the Anniversary of the Independence of 
the United States of America. Pronounced at Worcester, July 4, 

1 80 1. By Isaac Story, a.m. . . . Worcester, Massachusetts: Printed 
at the Press of Isaiah Thomas, Jun. July — 180 1 . 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., BA., BM., C, H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP. 9228 I 

[Story.] A Parnassian Shop, opened in the Pindaric Stile; by 
Peter Quince, Esq. . . . Boston, Printed by Russell and Cuthr. I 80 I . 
l2mo, pp. 155, and "apologetical" note pasted on verso of last leaf, 
or elsewhere. 

AAS., B., BA., CU., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., UTEX., Y. 92282 



10 STORY (JOSEPH ). 

On the recto of the second leaf is a humorous introduction entitled "Sign-board." 
According to Duyckinck, some of the verses had been previously published in the 
"Political Gazette" of Newburyport. An earlier version of the "Duet, or Collin and 
Delia," appeared in the number for December 8, 1795, under the pseudonym of 
"Country Boy." The "Pindaric stile" is an allusion to that of John Wolcot, who 
wrote under the name of "Peter Pindar." 

[Story] , suffosed author. Yarico to Inkle, See under title. 

Though this poem is usually attributed to Isaac Story, it is a reprint of the poem 
with the same title, printed in London in 1736. 

Story (Joseph). 

Technical legal works of Justice Story are not included in the following list. 

Story. An Address delivered on the Dedication of the Cemetery 
at Mount Auburn, September 24,1831. By Joseph Story. To which 
is added an Appendix, containing a Historical Notice and Descrip- 
tion of the Place, with a list of the present subscribers. Boston: 
Joseph T. & Ed-win Buckingham. 1831. 8vo, pp. 32. aas., c, 
cu., NYH., UTS., Y. + [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 29, ( i ). 

NYP. 92283 

Copies of either one or the other of the above issues are also located at b., ba,, 

BM., H., HSP., M., MINNHS., WHS. 

Story. Address to the Members of the Suffolk Bar, at their An- 
niversary, the 4th of Sept. 182 I, at Boston. Boston. 1829. 8vo. 

92284 

Title from a clipping from an unidentified English bookseller's catalogue. 

Story. A Charge, delivered to the Grand Juries of the Circuit 
Court, at October Term, 1 8 1 9, in Boston, and at November Term, 
1819, in Providence; and published at their unanimous request. By 
the Hon. Joseph Story. [Boston? 18 1 9.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Caption title. BA., M. 92285 

Story. A Charge delivered to the Grand Jury of the Circuit 

^ Court of the United States, at its first session in Portland, for the 

■/^Judicial District of Maine, May 8, 1 820, and published at the unani- 

' "^"^ mous request of the Grand Jury and of the Bar. By the Hon. Joseph 

Story. Portlafid: Printed by J . Shirley. 1 820. 8vo, pp. 2 1. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., CU., HEH., M., MEHS. 92286 

A Boston, 1820, edition was included in the nvh. printed catalogue, 1859, pos- 
sibly an error for the above. The copy can not now be located. 

Story. Charge of Mr. Justice Story, on the Law of Treason, 
delivered to the Grand Jury of the Circuit Court of the United 
States, holden at Newport, for the Rhode-Island District, June 15, 



STORY (JOSEPH ). H 

1842. Published at the request of the Grany Jury, and the Rhode- 
Island Bar. Providence: Printed by H. H. Brown. 1842. 8vo, 
pp.8. BM., H., Y. 92287 

Story. Comentario sobre la Constitucion federal de los Estados 
Unidos, precedido de una revista sobre la historia de las colonias y 
de los estados antes de la adopcion de la constitucion. Traducido del 
Comentario abreviado, y aumentado con las observaciones de Jef- 
ferson, Rawle, de Tocqueville, etc., y de notas sobre la organizacion 
judicial por Paul Odent. Traducido al espanol por Nicolas A. Calvo. 
. . . 2^ edicion. Buenos Aires, i860. 2 vols., 4to. 92288 

Title from the catalogue of the National Library of the Argentine Republic. Re- 
printed in Buenos Aires in 1881, c, and 1888. 

Story. Commentaire sur la constitution des Etats-Unis traduit 
du commentaire de J.Story . . .etaugmente des observations dc MM. 
Jefferson, Rawle, de Tocqueville, etc., et de notes sur la jurispru- 
dence et I'organisation judiciaire, par Paul Odent . . . Pans. Jonbert^ 
libraire de la Cour de cassation, Rue des Gres, 14, fres de la Faculte 
de droit. 1 845. [Verso of half title:] Paris. — Imfrimerie de Fain 
et Thunoty Rue Racine, 28, fres de VOdeon. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. ix, 
Ixxi, 390; (4), 498, errata ( I ). H. (law). 92289 

Story. Commentaire sur la constitution federale des Etats-Unis, 
precede d'un apergu sur I'histoire des colonies et des Etats avant 
I'adoption de la constitution. Traduit du Commentaire abrege de 
J. Story, et augmente des observations de MM. JeiTerson, Rawle, 
de Tocqueville, etc. et de notes sur la jurisprudence et I'organisation 
judiciaire, par Paul Odent. Paris: Joubert. 1 843. 2vols., 8vo. 

Title from Lorenz, vol. 3, 1869, p. 602. BM. 9229O 

Story. Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States; 
with a Preliminary Review of the Constitutional History of the Col- 
onies and States, before the Adoption of the Constitution. By Joseph 
Story, LL.D., Dane Professor of Law in Harvard University. In 
three volumes. . . . Boston: HilUard, Gray, and Company. Cam- 
bridge: BroivnyShattuckyand Co. 1833. [Verso of title:] Cam- 
bridge: E.W.Metcalj andCo. Printers to the University. 3 vols., 
8vo,pp.xxxiv, (2),494; (2), 555; (2), 776. c, nyp. + Boston: 
HilUard, Gray, and Company ; Philadelphia: P. H. Nicklin and T. 
Johnson. 1 833. [Same collation, with the addition of one prelim- 
inary leaf at the beginning of vol. I.] c. + In two volumes. . . . 
Second Edition. . . . Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown. 
1 85 I. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Printed by Bolles and Hough- 



12 STORY (JOSEPH ). 

ton. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xvii, verso blank, (2), 734; (2), 632. B., BM., 
c, H., Y. + In two volumes. . . . Third Edition, . . . Boston: 
Littlcy Brown and Comf any. 1858. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: 
Allen and Farnham, Printers. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xxxiii, (2), 735; 

(2), 702. B., BM., C, H., HSP., NYH., NYP., PEAB., Y. 9229 I 

Printer's imprint on verso of title of vol. 3 of the Boston a?id Cambridge, 1833, 
issue of the first edition: Cambridge : Charles Folsom, Printer to the University. 
Copies of one or other of the issues of the first edition are located also at b., ba., 

BM., BODLEIAN, CU., H., M., MINNHS., P., Y. 

Reprinted, 2 vols., Boston, 1873, c, nyp., 1891, c, nyp., and 1905, c. 

For Spanish and French translations, see respectively above, Comentario and 
Commentaire. 

For an abridged German translation, see [Buss (F. J.)], no. 9559, vol. 3. bm., 
CU. A fuller translation of the original work forms vol. i of Buss' "Vergleichendes 
Bundesstaatsrecht von Nordamerika, Teutschland und der Schweiz," Karlsruhe, 1844. 

BM., NYP. 

For a review, see "A Brief Enquiry into the True Nature and Character of our 
Federal Government," no. 7866, vol. 2. c, hsp., vasl. First published anonymously, 
the Enquiry was reprinted with the author's name on the title, Philadelphia, 1863. 
BM., c, NYP., VASL. Also with title: "The Federal Government, its True Nature and 
Character," New York, 1868. aas., c. 

Story. Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States; 
with a Preliminary Review of the Constitutional History of the Col- 
onies and States, before the Adoption of the Constitution. By Joseph 
Story . . . Abridged by the Author, for the use of Colleges and High 
Schools. . . . Boston: Hilliard, Gray, and Company. Cambridge: 
Brown, Shattuck, and Co. 1833. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: 
Charles Folsom, Printer to the University. 8vo, pp. xliii, 736. 

AAS., B., BM., C, CU., GTS., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 92292 

Story. The Constitutional Class Book: being a brief exposition 
of the Constitution of the United States. Designed for the use of the 
higher classes in common schools. By Joseph Story . . . Boston: 
Hilliard, Gray &" Company. 1 834. [Verso of title:] Boston: 
James B. Dow, Printer, 122 Washington St. l2mo, pp. 8, 13—166. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., NYH., NYP., Y. 92293 

According to the preface, the work "properly forms a sequel to Mr. [William] 
Sullivan's Political Class Book; but it is, at the same time, altogether independent 
of it in its structure and design." 

[Story.] Decree of the Circuit Court of the United States, in 
the case of the Ship Argonaut. [Verso of title:] Salem: Warwick 
Paljray, Jr. Printer. 1823. 8vo, pp. 55. EI., H. (law). 92294 

Story. A Discourse delivered before the Society of the Alumni 
of Harvard University, at their first anniversary, August 23, 1842, 
being the close of the second century after the first class was grad- 



STORY (Joseph). 13 

uated. By Joseph Story . . . Boston: Charles C. Little and James 
Broivn. 1842. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Metcalf, Keith, and 
Nichols, Printers to the University. 8vo, pp. 40. 

B., BA., BM., C, H., M.J NYH., NYP., Y. 92295 

Story. A Discourse on the Past History, Present State, and Fu- 
ture Prospects of the Law. By the Hon. Joseph Story, one of the 
Judges of the Supreme Court of tlie United States. Edinburgh: 
Thomas Clark, l,S George Street, mdcccxxxv. l2mo, pp. (2), 54. 

BM.j c, h.(law), nyp. 92296 

The pages of the text are numbered at the foot 61— 114. Forms no. z of the "Cab- 
inet Library of Scarce and Celebrated Tracts," vol. i, 1837. 

Story. A Discourse on the Progress of Science and Literature. 
By the Hon. Joseph Story . . . Edinburgh: Thomas Clark, 38, 
George Street, mdcccxxxvi. [Verso of title:] James Burnet, 
Prifiter, 5, Shak[e]speare Square. l6mo, pp. 39. nyp. 92297 

Issued as part of the "Students' Cabinet Library of Useful Tracts," vol. 2, 1836, 
having beside the separate pagination given above, the page numbering for that vol- 
ume, 143—179, at the foot of the pages. In the volume it is followed by Discourses 
on the Progress of Science and Literature, entered below. 

For the first edition, see Discourse pronounced before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, 
below. 

Reprinted in Williston's "Eloquence of the United States," Middletozvn, 1827, 
vol. 5, pp. 415-453; "American Oratory," Philadelphia, 1836, pp. 504-531; and 
Moore's "American Eloquence," Nctv York, 1857, vol. 2, pp. 424—437. 

Story. A Discourse pronounced at the Funeral Obsequies of 
John Hooker Ashmun, Esq., Royall Professor of Law in Harvard 
University, before the President, Fellows, and Faculty, in the 
Chapel of the University, April 5, 1833. By Joseph Story. ... 
Cambridge: Brown, Shattuck, and Company, Booksellers to the 
University. 1 833. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Charles Folsom, 
Printer to the University. 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS. 92298 

Story. A Discourse pronounced at the Request of the Essex 
Historical Societ}', on the 1 8th of September, 1 828, in Commemo- 
ration of the first Settlement of Salem, in the State of Massachusetts. 
By Joseph Story. . . . Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins. 
1828. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Hilliard, Metcalj, and Com- 
pany, Printers to the University. 8vo, pp. 90 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., JOB., H., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 

P., WHS., Y. 92299 

A brief extract from this address appears in Moore's "American Eloquence," vol. 
2, 1858, p. 438, under title, "The American Indians." 



14 STORY (JOSEPH ). 

Story. A Discourse pronounced before the Phi Beta Kappa 
Society, at the Anniversary Celebration, on the Thirt)'-fisrt [sic] 
Day of August, 1826. By Joseph Story. Boston: Hilliard, Grayy 
Littley and Wilktns. 1 826. [Verso of title:] Cambridge. From 
the University Press — By Hilliard £2? Mctcalj. 8vo, pp. 58. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., CU., H., M., NYH., NYP., P., US.BUR.EDUC, 

UTEX., Y. 92300 

For later editions, see Discourse on the Progress of Science and Literature, above. 

Story. A Discourse pronounced upon the Inauguration of the 
Author, as Dane Professor of Law in Harvard University, on the 
Twenty-fifth day of August, 1829. By Joseph Story. Boston: 
Hilliard, Gray ^Little, and Wilkins. 1829. [Verso of title:] Cam- 
bridge: E. W. Metcalj and Comfatiy. 8vo, pp. 60. 

AAS., B.j BA., BM., C, JCB., H., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., 

P., Y. 92301 

Story. A Discourse upon the Life, Character, and Services of the 
Honorable John Marshall, ll.d.. Chief Justice of the United States 
of America, pronounced on the fifteenth day of October, at the 
request of the Suifolk Bar, by Joseph Story . . . Boston: James 
Munroe and Company. M DCCC xxxv. [Verso of title:] Cam- 
bridge Press: Metcalj, Torry, and Ballou. 8vo, pp. 74, erratum 

( I ). AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., M., MINNHS. NYH., 

NYP., P., UP., UTS., WHS., Y. 92302 

"The narrative of facts and some of the reflections in this Discourse are taken 
from a biographical sketch, written by me some years ago for the North American 
Review," see advertisement on second leaf. 

Reprinted, Rochester, 1900. c, y. 

Story. Discourses on the Progress of Science and Literature. 
By the Hon. Joseph Story . . . Edinburgh: Thom,as Clark, 38, 
George Street, mdcccxxxvi. [Verso of title:] James Burnet, 
Printer, 5, Shaksfeare Square. l6mo, pp. 70. nyp. 92303 

Contains three addresses as follows: Discourse II, delivered before the Boston 
Mechanics' Institute, November, 1829; Discourse III, introductory to a course of 
lectures before the families of the professors of Harvard College, December 23, 1830; 
Discourse IV, on the science of government, delivered before the American Institute 
of Instruction, August, 1834. 

Issued as part of the "Students' Cabinet Library of Useful Tracts," vol. 2, 1836, 
having beside the separate pagination given above, the page numbering for that vol- 
ume, 181—250, at the foot of the pages. The preceding pp. 143—179, contain A Dis- 
course on the Progress of Science and Literature, sec above, this evidently being 
considered Discourse I. 

"A Discourse delivered before the Boston Mechanics' Institution," had been 
previously issued as the first address in "The American Library of Useful Knowl- 
edge," vol. I, Hoslvn, 1 83 1, pp. 3-37. 



STORY (JOSEPH ). I 5 

Story. An Eulogy on General George Washington; written at 
the request of the inhabitants of Marblehead, and delivered before 
them on the second day of January, a. d. i8oo. By Joseph Story 
. . . Printed by Joshua Cashing, County Street, Salem. 1 800. 8vo, 

pp. 24. B., BA., BU., C, JCB., H., HEH., HSP., M., NVH., NYP. 92304 
Pp. 17—24 contain an elegy to the memory of Washington, which "was originally 
designed for newspaporial currency." The eulogy is reprinted in Hough's "Wash- 
ingtoniana," vol. 2, 1865, pp. 82—92. 

Story. A Familiar Exposition of the Constitution of the United 
States: containing a brief Commentary on every clause, explaining 
the true nature, reasons, and objects thereof; designed for the use 
of school libraries and general readers. With an Appendix, contain- 
ing important Public Documents, illustrative of the Constitution. By 
Joseph Story . . . Boston: Marsh, Cafen, Lyon, and Webb. 1840. 
[Verso of title:] Education Press. l2mo, pp. 372. aas., b., C, h., 
M., NYP., UTEX. + Boston: Thomas H. Webb tff Co. 1 842. 
[Verso of title :] Education Press. 1 2 mo, added engraved title, and 
pp. (6), 5-372. BA. -\- Boston: W. Crosby and H. P. Nichols. 
[184—?] l2mo, pp. 360. BM., MINNHS. -\-NeivYork: Harfer 
& Brothers, Publishers, 82 Clijf Street. 1 847. l2mo, pp. 372. 
GTS., H., NYP., UTS., Y. + [Same imprint and collation.] 1850. 
WLC. + New York: Harfer ^ Brothers, Publishers, 329 & 331 
Pearl Street, Franklin Square. 1854. l2mo, pp. 372. aas. 92305 

Reissued by Harper & Brothers in 1856, 1859, i860, and later years. 
The first and second editions were also issued as vol. 13 of the "School Library," 
published under the sanction of the Board of Education of the State of Massachusetts. 

Story. Law and Miscellaneous Books. Catalogue of Law and 
Miscellaneous Books, belonging to the Library of the late Mr. 
Justice Story. Containing many scarce and very valuable works . . . 
To be sold at auction, by Phillips & Sampson, on Friday and Satur- 
day, April 3d & 4th, 1846 . . . Boston. Printed by Alfred Mudge. 
1846. 8vo, pp. 30. AAS., B. 92306. 

Story. A Lecture delivered before the American Institute of 
Instruction, at their Anniversary, in August, 1834, at Boston. By 
Joseph Story, Boston: Printed by Tuttle and Weeks. 1835. 8vo, 

pp. 29. AAS., C, H. 92307 

[Story.] Memorial. The Case of the Schooner Reward, Wil- 
liam Goss, Master, before the Honorable the Commissioners for the 
Settlement of Claims; under the Treaty with France, ratified on the 
2d of February A. D. 1832. [Boston. 1835.] 8vo, pp. 15. 

B. 92308 



l6 STORY (JOSEPH ). 

Signed and dated: "William Fettyplace, In behalf of himself and the other Claim- 
ants. Boston, Dec. i6, 1835." 

"By J. Story" in autograph on first page of the b. copy, which also has the ms. note: 
"The Commissioners rejected the claim; but in my judgment in violation of the 
clearest principles of Law & Justice. J. Story, 1837." 

[Story.] Memorial of the Inhabitants of the Town of Salem, 
in the State of Massachusetts. January 30, 1806. Read, and re- 
ferred to the committee of the whole House, on the state of the 
union. City of Washingon: A .&' G. Way, Printers. 1 806. 8vo, 

pp. 18. AAS. 92309 

For an attribution, see W. W. Story's "Life and Letters of Joseph Story," 1851, 
p. 136. 

Signed by a committee of six, of whom Story was one. 
Improved title of no. 75673, vol. 18. 

[Story]. Memorial of the Merchants ... in Salem. See no. 

47680, vol. 12. AAS., H., NYP. 

Attributed to Story in W. W. Story's "Life and Letters of Joseph Story," 1 851, 
vol. I, pp. 370-376. 

[Story.^] Miscellaneous Poems. 1828. ^.ft' no. 49444, vol. 12. 

AAS., H. 

The Catalogue of the library of the Harvard Law School, 1909, attributes to Joseph 
Story, and supplies [Ipszvic/i] as the place of printing. 

The AAS. copy also has the slip with the pseudonym, John Agawam, in this case 
pasted on p. [3]. 

Story. The Miscellaneous Writings, Literary, Critical, Juridical, 
and Political, of Joseph Story, ll.d., now first collected. . . . Bos- 
ton: James Munroe and Company. M DCCC xxxv. [Verso of title:] 
Cam.bridge Press: Metcalfe Torry, and Ballon. 4to, pp. viii, 527, 

(l). AAS., B., BM., H., M., WHS., WLC, Y. 92316 

Story. The Miscellaneous Writings of Joseph Story, Associate 
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, and Dane Pro- 
fessor of Law at Harvard University. Editetl by his Son, William 
W. Story. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1852. 
[Verso of title :] Cambridge: Printed by Houghton and Haywood. 

8vo, pp. X, (2), 828. B., BA., BM., C, H., HEH., M., MINNHS., 

NYH., NYP., PEAB., UP., Y. 923 I I 

Story. The Opinion of Judge Story, in the case of Ezekiel Fos- 
ter, the Suffolk Insurance Company et alii Claimants of Schooner 
Boston and Cargo, and Appellants, vs. John Gardiner, et alii Libel- 
lants for Salvage, and Appellees. Theophilus Parsons, William G. 
Stearns, Counsel for Claimants & Appellants. Bradford Sumner, 



STORY (JOSEPH ). I 7 

Isaac M'Lellan, Jr. Counsel for Libellants & Appellees. Boston: 
Printed at the Office of the Daily Advertiser ayid Patriot. 1833. 

8vo, pp. 23. BM,, H. (law). 92312 

Story. The Opinion of Judge Story in the case of William Allen 
vs. Joseph McKeen, Treasurer of Bowdoin College; decided in the 
Circuit Court of the United States, at the May term at Portland, 
1833. Boston: Printed at the Office of the Daily Advertiser and 
Patriot. 1833. 8vo, pp. 21. aas., B., BA., c, H., nyp. 92313 

Reprinted with the "Proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Bowdoin College in 
the Case ..." Augusta, 1834, our no. 7036, vol. 2. 

Story. Opinion pronounced by the Hon. Judge Story, in the 
case of Ebenezer Tyler and others, vs. Abraham Wilkinson and 
others: at the Last June Term of the Circuit Court, for Rhode- 
Island District. (Note. In consequence of certain partial statements 
of the opinion in this case which have been given in the public papers, 
it has been thought proper to publish the same entire.) Paivtucket: 
Printed by Randall MeachaTn. 1827. 8vo, pp. 19. aas.,h. 92314 

Story. An Oration, pronounced at Salem, on the Fourth day of 
July, 1804, in Commemoration of our National Independence. By 
Joseph Story, Esq. . . . Salem: Printed by William Carlton. 1 804. 
8vo, pp. 34, (2). 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M., NYH. 923 I 5 

The last leaf contains a "Song, composed by Mr. Story, and sung at the close of 
the performances in the Meeting House." 

Story. The | Power | of | Solitude. | A | Poem. | In Two Parts. I 
By Joseph Story. | . . . | Boston^ \ Printed by John Russell. \ 

[1800.] 8vo, pp. 100. AAS., BU., C, HEH., NYH., UTEX., WLC. 

+ A New and Improved Edition. Salem: Published by Barnard 
B.Macanulty. 1 804. [Verso of title:] C. Stebbins, Printer, Charles- 
town. i2mo, pp. (4), 260. Frontispiece, heh., nyh. + A 
New and Improved Edition. Salem: Published by Barnard B. 
Macanulty. 1 804. [Verso of title:] S. Etheridge &' C. Stebbins, 
Printers. [Same collation.] aas., c, nyp. 92316 

The poem was composed in 1799, see W. W. Story's Life of his father, vol. i, p. 
83, and copyrighted May 2, 1 800, according to Charles Evans. 

Copies of one or other of the Salem issues are located also at b., ba., bm., cu., h., 

M., UTEX., UTS., Y. 

Story's literary taste having changed, he is said to have attempted to buy up and 
destroy copies of the poem. See Tapley's "Salem Imprints," 1927, p- 190. 

Story. Selections from the Works of Joseph Story, ll.d., v\ ith a 
Sketch of his Life. Boston: Published by James Burns. 1839. 



I 8 STORY (JOSEPH ). 

[Verso of title:] Tuttley Dennett &' Chisholm — Printers. 241110, 
added engraved title, and pp. 219. Frontispiece portrait. 

Added engraved title: "Beauties of Story. ..." B., M. 923 I 7 

Story. Sketch of the Life of Samuel Dexter, ll.d. by the Hon. 
Joseph Story, ll.d. Judge of the Supreme Court of the United 
States, and presiding Judge of the Circ. Court of the U. S. for the 
First Circuit, as delivered to the Grand Jurors of the District of 
Massachusetts, and to the Members of the Suffolk Bar at the Opening 
of the Court in Boston, May 15, 18 16. ... Boston: Printed by 
John Eliot. 1^16. 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP. 923 I 8 
A part of Judge Story's charge to the Grand Jury. 

Story. Slavery & the Slave Trade. From Judge Story's Charge 
to the Grand Jury of the U. S. Circuit Court, in Portsmouth, N. H. 
— MayTermi820. \_n. f. 1820.?] 8vo, pp. 8. B., BM. 92319 

Caption title. 

Story. Valuable Lavi^ Library. Catalogue of the Select and most 
Valuable Portion of the Law Library of the late Judge Story. . . . 
To be sold by auction .. . February 19 and 20, 1856, by Leonard & 
Co., Auctioners, at their sales rooms, Nos. 45 and 47 Tremont 
Street, Boston. . . . Boston: Printed by Alfred Miidge &' Son, No. 
21 School Street, lSs6. 8vo, pp. 18. H. 92320 

The legal treatises and commentaries prepared hy Story, which we have not in- 
cluded in the above list, passed through many editions. He also edited "The Public 
and General Statutes passed by the Congress of the United States of America. From 
1789 to 1827 inclusive, whether expired, repealed, or in force ..." 3 vols., Boston, 
1827. This was reissued in Boston in 1828, and a new edition with a continuation, 
edited by George Sharswood, was published in Philadelphia from 1837 to 1840. 

Story contributed the "Eulogy" in "An Account of the Funeral Honours bestowed 
on the Remains of Capt. [James] Lawrence and Lieut. Ludlow," Boston, 181 3, our 
no. 39355, vol. 10. b., bm., h. (law), hsp., m., nyh., nyp., uts. 

Also: Resolutions on the late decease of Hon. Joseph Story, one of the judges of 
the Supreme Court of the United States. Presented to the Circuit Court of the United 
States for the Maine District, October term, 1845. By the members of the bar: with 
the replies of the justices, [n. p. 1845.] 8vo, pp. 8. Caption title. Supplied from 
Williamson, bm. lists this, supplying the imprint, [Portland, 1845.] 

A MS. note prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin gives the title for an issue 
with imprint: Augusta. 1845. 

Story (Sydney A.), jr., pseud. Caste: a Story of Republican 
Equality. See [Pike (Mrs. Mary H.)], no. 62828, vol. 15. B., 

BM., UP. 

Story (Thomas). The Consolation and Confidence afforded by 
Religion, forcibly illustrated during the Prevalence of a Pestilential 



STORY (tHOMAs). I 9 

Disorder in Philadelphia, in the year 1699: extracted from the 
abridged Journal of Thomas Story. London: Harvey and Darton. 
1831. 92321 

Title from Smith's Catalogue of Friends' Books. 

Story. Conversations, Discussions and Anecdotes of . . . ^ce 
Richardson (N.), no. 71080, vol. 17. bm., c, up., uts. 

Story. A | Determination | of the | Case | of | Mr. Thomas 
Story and Mr. James Hoskins, | Relating to an Affair of the Penn- 
sylvania | Company, &c. | [P/;27«rt'^'//>Am; S.Kcimcr. 1724.] Folio, 
pp. 3. HSP. 92322 

Title from Hildeburn. For two London editions, see Bockett (Elias), no. 6106, 
vol. 2. BM. has the first London edition and states that it is edited by Justus and 
signed by Benjamin Braine and the other arbitrators. 

See also, Wit and Honesty, below. 

Story. The Doctrines of the Society of Friends, as set forth in 
the Life and Writings of Thomas Story. Philadelphia: fublishcd by 
the Association of Friends for the Diffusion oj Religious and Useful 
Knowledge, No. 109 North Tenth Street. 1859. [Colophon:] 
Stereotyped by L. Johnson ^ Co. Philadelphia. l8mo, pp. 195- 

H. 92323 

Story. A | Journal | of the | Life | of | Thomas Story: | Con- 
taining, an Account of his | Remarkable Convincement | Of, and 
Embracing the | Principles of Truth, | As held by the People called | 
Quakers; | And also, of his Travels and Labours in the | Service of 
the Gospel: | With many other Occurrences and Observations. | 
Newcastle upon Tyne: | Printed by Isaac Thompson and Company, 
at the New Printing-office on the Side. \ mdccxlvii. | Folio, pp. 

(4), iv, 768, 8. AAS., BA,, BM., C, JCB., H., HEH., NYH., NYP., 

P. 5S6 is mispaged 566. UTS., WHS., WLC. 92324 

There are two issues, one on large and thick paper printed at the expense of the 

author's estate as directed by his will, aas., and the other printed at the publisher's 

"own Expence and Risque," nvp. See the second preliminary leaf in each issue. 

Story was a friend of William Penn who visited America and partly at his request 
prolonged his stay for 16 years. He was a member of the Council of Pennsylvania, 
and held other offices, including that of recorder in the city of Philadelphia. He also 
visited the Friends in other parts of the country. The American part of the narrative 
which includes visits to the West Indies forms pp. 147—463. 

A reprint forms nos. 1-9, and the first part of no. 10, of the "Friends' Library," 
vol. 10, Philadelphia, 1846, pp. 372. aas., bm. An abridgment is in vol. 13 of the 
"Friends' Library," Lindfield, 1832—1837. bm. 

Story. The Life of Thomas Story, carefully abridged : in which 
the Principal Occurrences and the most Interesting Remarks and 



20 STORY (tHOMAs). 

Observations are retained. By John Kendall. Philadelphia: Printed 
by J. Crukshank. I 805. l2mo, pp. 346. 

AAS., C, HSP., NYH., UTS. 92325 

For the original work, see the preceding title, and for the first edition of Kendall's 
abridgement, see Kendall (John), no. 37367, vol. 9. bm., bodleian, nvp. 

Story. The Life of Thomas Story abridged by J. Kendall, re- 
vised and considerably enlarged from the folio edition, written by 
himself. By William Alexander. York: Printed by William Alex- 
ander ^ Co. Castlegate, . . . 1 832. 2 vols., l2mo. 

BM., BODLEIAN, FAC.ADV. 92326 

Vol. 2 is dated 1831. Title from Smith's Catalogue of Friend's Books, vol. 2, p. 53. 

Story, jt. author. The Quaker a Christian. See Penn (W. ), 
no. 59726, vol. 14. 

Story. Selections from the Journal of Thomas Story. Man- 
chester: Printed by Johfi Harrison^ Market Street^ for the Man- 
chester and Stockport Tract Depository. [1830?] l2mo. 

Title from Smith's Catalogue of Friend's Books. BM. 92327 

Story. Two | Discourses, | Delivered in the | Public Assemblies | 
Of the People called | Quakers. | By | Thomas Story. | Taken in 
Short-Hand ; and, after being transcribed at | Length, examined by 
the said T. Story, and pub- | lished by his Permission. | London, 
Printed [1738]: | Providence , Re-printed and Sold by John | 
Carter y at Shakespear's Head. m,dcc,lxix. | 8vo, pp. 43. 

AAS., C, JCB., HEH., NYP., RIHS. 92328 

[Story?] The Wit and Honesty of James Hoskins [and oth- 
ers] considered in remarks on their late pamphlet, call'd The Pen- 
sylvania Bubble. By the translator of The Pattern of Modesty. 
London. 1726. 8vo. BM. 92329 

[Story.] A [ Word to the Well-Liclin'd | of all | Perswasions. 
Together with | a Copy of a Letter from William Penn to George 
Keith, upon his Arbitrary Summons and Un- | just Proceedings, at 
Turners-Hall, against the | People Called Quakers. | [Colophon:] 



Meeting- 
tJw Bible 



London, Printed and Sold by T. So7vlr, next Door to the 
House in White-Hart-Court in Gracious-Streety arid at 
in London-Hall-Street, near the Market, 1 698. | 410, pp. 8. 

Caption title. JCB. 9233O 

Information from Catherine C. Quinn. 

An edition of the above, without Pcnn's letter, "(Signed on behalf of those con- 
cerned, by T. Storey)," London, 1697, is included in Smith's Catalogue of Friends' 



STORY ( WILLIAM W.). 21 

Books. Smith's list should be consulted for other works of Story which have no 
special American interest. 

The Pennypacker catalogue, part 5, no. 314, lists the following title relating to 
Story: 

The Memory of that Faithful Man of God, late of Cumberland, deceased. London, 
1692. Small 4to. 

Story (William W[etmore] ). Life and Letters of Joseph 
Story, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, 
and Dane Professor of Law at Harvard University, Edited by his 
son, William W. Story. . . . Boston: Charles C. Little and James 
Brotvn. 1851. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Printed l>v Hough- 
ton and Haywood. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xii, 574, frontispiece portrait; 

viii, 676. AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., MINNHS., NYH., 

NYP., PEAB., UP., UTEX., UTS., WHS., WLC, Y. 9233 I 

As addenda to the above, W. W. Story also published eight pages of letters to his 
father from Daniel Webster, a number of them relating to questions as to the 
Northeastern boundary, and to the treaty of Washington, negotiated between Mr. 
Webster and Lord Ashburton. Others are included to show the confidential relations 
between Webster and Story. The pamphlet is without title or caption, also without 
place or date of printing, b. 

Story. Nature and Art: A Poem delivered before the Phi Beta 
Kappa Society of Harvard University; August 29, 1844. By Wil- 
liam W. Story. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brozvn. 
MDCCCXLIV. [Verso of title:] Boston: Printed by Freeman and 
Bolles, Washington Street. 8vo, pp. (4), 48. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, M., NYH., NYP., UTEX., WHS. 92332 

Story. Report of the Case of Washburn, et al. vs. Gould, heard 
before Mr. Justice Story, in the Circuit Court of the United States 
for the District of Massachusetts. At Boston, May Term, 1844. 
By William W. Story, Reporter of the Court. Boston: Printed by 
Freeman and Bolles. 1844. 8vo, pp. 55, ( I ). BA. 92333 

Also: The American Question. ... Reprinted ... from "The Daily News." 

London. 1862. AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., HSP., UTEX., WHS. 

Ode on the anniversary of the fifth half century of the landing of Gov. John 
Endicott. Salem. 1878. aas., bm., c, nyp. 

For a list of first editions of works by Story, Including many literary, historical 
and legal titles omitted here, see Foley. 

Story of the Fourth of July, by LTncle Ned. An Epitome of 
American Histor)', adapted to infant minds. New York: Kiggins if? 
Kellogg, 88 John Street. [185-?] 32mo, pp. 16, including full 
page illustrations. nyp. 92334 

The firm of Kigglns & Kellogg are located at 88 John Street in the New York 
City directories for 1849-50 to 1855-56. 

VOL. XXIV. 2 



22 STORY OF A REVOLUTIONARY. 

The Story of a Revolutionary Patriot; or The Singular Adven- 
tures of General Putnam. For the Children of the United States. 
By the author of "Stories about Gen. Lafayette;" "Stories about 
Arnold, Andre, and Champe," &c. &c, &c. With Engravings. 
'New-Haven: Published by A . H. Maltby. 1830. 24mo, pp. 67. 

AAS. 92335 

A Story of a very remarkable Snake. Printed at Hanover, by 
Dunham and True. I 795. 92336 

Title from Evans. 

The I Story | of I ^neas and Dido | burlesqued: | from the 
Fourth Book of the [ /Eneid of Virgil. | . . . | Charlestoivn \i. e. 
Charleston, S. C] : | Printed and Sold by Robert Wells. | mdcc- 

LXXIV. I I2mo, pp. Xvi, 94. BM., BU., C, NYP. 92337 

Improved title of our entry under Rowland Rugeley as a possible author, no. 73932, 
vol. 18. Wegelin also attributes to Rugeley on the authority of the inscription in the 
NYP. copy written by a former owner, "By R. Rugel[e]y." However, in the obituary 
of Robert Wells printed in the "Gentleman's Magazine," vol. 6+, pt. 2, 1794, p. 677, 
it is stated that "Mr. W. was a man of letters, and a poet, evinced by a travestie of 
Virgil, which he wrote and published whilst at Charles-town." 

Gushing mentions a London, 1774, edition. 

The Story of ^neas and Dido burlesqued: By a Gentleman of 
South Carolina. Philadelphia: James Humphreys, junior. 1 774. 
Title from Hildeburn. 92338 

The Story of the Life of Lafayette, as told by a Father to his 
Children. By the Author of the 'Children's Robinson Crusoe.' . . . 
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins. 1 83 1. [Verso of 
title:] Cambridge: E. W . Metcalj and Co. l8mo, pp. (4), 284. 
Frontispiece portrait. H., nyp. 92339 

By Mrs. Eliza Ware Rotch Farrar. 

The I Story | of | Inkle and Yarrico. | A most moving Tale from 
the Spectator. | Attempted in veres [sic] by | The Right Hon. the 
Countess of **** | London: Printed for J. Cooper, in Flectstreet, 
1738. I {Price One Shilling.) \ Folio, pp. (2), 5-10. 

BM., H. 92340 

Followed by: An | Epistle | from | Yarrico to Inkle, | After he had left her in 
Slavery. | Lotidon: \ Printed for J. Cooper, in Fleetstreet, 1738. | Folio, pp. (2), 
13-16. 

For other poems on the subject of the desertion of the Indian girl, Yarico, by her 
English lover, Inkle, see Epistle, no. 22697, vol. 6; [Jerningham (Edward)], no. 
36061, vol. 9, and Yarico to Inkle. 

The Story of La Peyrouse. See La Perouse (Jean Francois 
Galaup de), no. 38968, vol. lO. 



STORY OF MEADVILLE. 



23 



A Story of Meadville. Boston: 1846. Eastburn^s Press. 8vo, 
pp. 4- NYP. 92341 

Abridged from the entry for August 25, 1824, in the journal of John James Audu- 
bon. No considerable part of the journal was published until much later, extracts 
from it being first included in the "Life" prepared by Robert Buchanan in 1868, 
from materials furnished by Mrs. Audubon. 

The Story of | Palemon and Eliza. | Founded on Fact. [ By a 
Student of Dickinson College. | . . . j Harr'tsburgh: \ Printed by John 
Wyeth. — May 30, 1796. | l2mo, pp. (2), 5-13, advertisement 
(l). AAS. 92342 

There are no pp. 3—4, the pamphlet being complete in one signature. 
Attributed by Evans to John Shippen. 

The Story of the American Revolution, Illustrated by Tales, 
Sketches, and Anecdotes. ... By Lambert Lilly, Schoolmaster 
[fseud.]. Philadelphia: Key &' Meilke. 1 83 1. l8mo, pp. (6), 
9—204, including illustrations. Frontispiece, c. + Boston: Wil- 
liam D. Ticknor. 1839. i8mo, pp. 6, 9—204, including illustra- 
tions. NYP. + Boston: Ticknor y Reed, and Fields. M DCCC Lll. 
[Same collation.] nyp. 92343 

By Francis Lister Hawks. 

The editions published in 1839 and 1852 have a Massachusetts copyright of 1833 
in the name of S. G. Goodrich. 

For an undated edition, see Lilly (Lambert), no. 41075, vol. 10. 

The I Story | of | The cruel Giant Bar- | barico, | The good 
Giant Benefico, | And the little Pretty | Dwarf Mignon. | Boston: 
Printed by Mein and Fleemingy and to be | sold by John Mein at the 
London \ Bookstore, North-side of King-street, | mdcclxviii. | 
y^t which Place may be had, A great variety of | Entertaining and 
Instructive Books for Children. | 24mo, pp. 53, advertisement ( i ). 

B. 92344 

The Story of Tom Snell, as related by himself to his old school- 
fellow Wanley Penson, and by him communicated in a letter to his 
friend Bountly. Alexandria: Printed for R. & J. Gray, by J. 
Westcott. 1803. i6mo,pp. 72. c. 92345 

"Taken from the story of 'Wanley Penson; or, the Melancholy Man,' " London, 
1791.— c. 

The Story Teller, or Merry-fellow's Companion. Containing a 
choice selection of Anecdotes, Bon-mots, Jests, Reparties, Stories, 
&c. Boston: Printed and sold by William Spotswood, No. 55, 
Marlborough-Street. 1 795. 9^346 

Title from Evans. 



24 STOTT. 

Stott (Elizabeth Phile). Will of Mrs. Elizabeth Stott who 
signs the same as Elizabeth Phile Stott (Phile being her maiden 
name.) Proved June 22, 1848. Philadelphia: Crissy ^ Markley, 
Printers, No. 4 Minor Street. 1 848. Svo, cover title, and pp. 28. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. C. 9^347 

Stoughton (John). Anglo-Saxon Colonies. A Lecture deliv- 
ered before the Young Men's Christian Association. By the Rev. 
John Stoughton. London: James Nisbet and Co. 2 1 Berners 
Street; Hamilton, Adams, and Co. Paternoster Row. George 
Barclay, Printer,) {Castle St. Leicester Sq. [1853.] i6mo, cover 
title, and pp. 40. bm., cu. 92348 

According to the half title, the lecture was delivered January 25, 1853. 
Also: William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania. London. 1882. c. 

Stoughton ([William]), h. 1632, d. 1701. The Address | 
Of the Honorable the Lieutenant Governour | Stoughton, | In the 
Name of Himself and of His Majesties | Council of the Province of 
the I Massachusetts-Bay, unto His Excellency | the Earl of Bello- 
mont, immediate- | ly after His Lordship's having made His | Speech 
unto the General Assembly of | said Province, at His first meeting 
of I them, on the Second day of June, 1699. | [Colophon:] Boston, 
Printed by Bartholomew Green, and John Allen, \ Printers to His 
Excellency the Governour and Council.\Sold at the Printing-House. 

1699. I Folio, pp. 4. PUB.REC.OFF. 92349 

Ten copies were reproduced by photostat at the Massachusetts Historical Society 
in February, 1923, from the original in the Public Record OfRce, London, aas., c, 
HEH., JCB., M., NEWBERRY, NYp., WHS., wLc, Y. This was the fourth of 3 group of 
photostats from originals in the Public Record Office, including "His Excellency, 
the Earl of Rellomont's Speech," "The Answer of the House of Representatives," and 
"A Congratulatory Address of the House of Representatives," all printed in 1699, 
by Bartholomew Green and John Allen, the photostats issued with title, "Bellomont 
Addresses," as no. 84 of the Americana Series. 

[Stoughton.] A | Narrative | of | The Proceedings | of | Sir 
Edmond Androsse | and his Complices, | Who Acted by an Illegal 
and Arbitrary com- | mission from the Late K. James, during | his 
Government in | New England. | By several Gentlemen who were 
of his Council. | [Boston.] Printed in the Year 1 69 1. | 4to, pp. 12, 
[A] in four, B in 2. B., ba., bm., h., heh., JCB., m., nyp. 92350 

Dated at end: "Boston in New England, Jan. 27, 1690." Signed by William 
Stoughton, and four others. 

A number of copies are found bound with "The Revolution In New England jus- 
tified," 1691, our no. 46731, vol. ii, erroneously entered under Increase Mather. 
The address "to the Reader" in that work is signed by E. R. and S. S., probably 
Edward Rawson and Samuel Scwall, who may have been the authors. The Narrative 
was apparently issued as an appendix, and the two works were reprinted together in 



STOUGHTON. 25 

1773. See no. 46732, vol. 11, where our date is wrongly given as 1783. aas., ba., 

C, NYP. 

Also reprinted in Force's "Tracts," vol. 4, 1846, no. 9, pp. 51-59; by the Prince 
Society in its "Andros Tracts," vol. i, 1868, pp. 133—147; and in Andrews' "Narra- 
tives of the Insurrections," 191 5, pp. 237-249. 

A facsimile of the title page of the 1691 edition of the Narrative Is in the Church 
Catalogue. 

Stoughton. New-Englands | True Interest; | not to lie: | Or, | 
A Treatise declaring from the Word of Truth the | Terms on which 
we stand, and the Tenure by which I we hold our hitherto-con- 
tinued I Precious and Pleasant Things. | Shewing | What the blessed 
God expecteth from his People, and what | they may rationally look 
for from him. | Delivered in a Sermon Preached in Boston | in New- 
England, April 29. 1668. being the | Day of Election | there. | By 
Mr. W. Stoughton, Preacher of the Gospel in Dorchester. | . . 
Cambridge: | Printed by S. G\^reen\ and M. J[ohnson^. 1 670 
4to, pp. (4), 38, (l). A-E in fours, F in two. h., m. -j- [Same 
imprint and date.] 4to, pp. 40. A— E in fours. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., HEH., M., NYP. 9235 I 

This sermon contains the well-known sentence: "God sifted a whole Nation that 
he might send choice grain over into this wilderness." 

According to Sibley's Harvard Graduates, vol. i, 1873, p. 207, the "title-pages of 
these two editions are precisely the same, being printed from the same form; but for 
all the other pages the types were set up twice." On account of the scarcity of paper, 
a signature was saved in the second edition by compressing in smaller type on pp. 
39-40 the text contained on pp. 36—38 in the first edition. 

An abridgement was included in "Elijah's Mantle." See [Mitchel (Jonathan)], 
nos. 49657, vol. 12, B., M., NYP., and 49658, aas., b., nvp. 

Passages from this sermon are also found in Thomas Prince's election sermon, 
1730, no. 65607, vol. 15. 

Stout (Benjamin). Interesting Particulars of the Loss of the 
American Ship Hercules, Capt. William [i. e. Benjamin] Stout, on 
the Coast of Caffraria, June 16, 1796; the consequent sufferings 
and subsequent adventures of the Crew, during a long and painful 
Journey over the Southern Regions of Africa, to the Cape of Good 
Hope. London: Printed for Thomas Teggy ill, Cheafside. . . . 
[Colophon :] Plum^mer, Printer, Seething Lane. [ 1 8 1 ? ] 1 2mo, 
pp. (2), 7-28. Folded frontispiece. BM., NYP. 92352 

Stout. Narrative | of the [ Loss of the Ship Hercules, | com- 
manded by I Captain Benjamin Stout, | on | the Coast of Caffraria, | 
the I 1 6th of June, 1796; | also, | A Circumstantial Detail of his 
Travels | through the | Southern Deserts of Africa, | and | the 
Colonies, | to | the Cape of Good Hope, | With an Introductory 
Address | to | The Rt. Honourable John Adams, | President of the 
Continental Congress I of I America. I London: I Printed for J. 



26 STOUT (benjamin). 

Johnson, St. Paulas Church-Yard. \ 1798, [ 8vo, pp. (2), v, verso 
blank, xlvii, 112. ba., c, h. 92353 

Written by Stout in the first person. The Hercules was an American ship and Stout 
a "native American." 

Stout. Narrative | of the | Loss of the Ship Hercules, | com- 
manded by I Captain Benjamin Stout, | on | the Coast of Caffraria, | 
the I 1 6th of June, 1796; | also | a circumstantial detail of his 
travels | through the | Southern Deserts of Africa, | and | the colo- 
nies, I to I the Cape of Good Hope. | With an introductory address | 
to I the Rt. Hon. John Adams, | President of the Continental Con- 
gress I of America. | New-York: | Printed for J ames Chevalier. \ 
[1798?] i2mo, pp. liii, 43, 43-113. AAs., c, nyh. + London, 
Printed: Hudson, Re-frinted by A shbel Stoddard, 1 800. l2mo, 
pp. xxxviii, 118. HEH. 92354 

The dedication is dated: London, 20th November, 1797. 

For a New Bedford edition, see Narrative, no. 5 181 3, vol. I2. h., nyp. It is 
probable that the entries for two New York editions under title both refer to the 
undated edition described above. 

[Stout.] The Total Loss of the American Ship Hercules, Cap- 
tain Benjamin Stout, on the Coast of CaiTraria in South Africa, on 
the i6th of June, 1796; with an Accurate Narrative of the Suffer- 
ings and Disasters of the Crew, in their long and painful journey over 
the Southern Regions of Africa to the Cape of Good Hope. London: 
Printed for Chamfante &" Whiirow, Jewry-Street, Aid gate, Evans 
^ Son, Long-La7ie; Hughes, Lud gate-Street, i^c. i^c. (^Price 
Sixpence.) [18 — ?] l2mo, pp. 36. Folded frontispiece. 

H. 92355 

The firm of Champante and Whitrow is listed in the London directories for 1790, 
1800 and 1813, but not in that for 1821, so the above must have been published prior 
to the latter date. 

An account of Stout's shipwreck is also included in "Shipwrecks and Disasters at 
Sea," Edinburgh, l8l2, ba., bm., c. ; "Wonderful Escapes," Dublin, 1819, bm., c. ; 
and "Cape of Good Hope and its dependencies. An Accurate description of those 
. . . regions . . . Likewise a . . . detail of Captain Stout's travels through the deserts 
of Caffraria ... to the Cape," London, 1S20, bm. 

[Stout (Charles Bartolette)]. History of the Stanton Street 
Baptist Church. See Stanton Street, no, 90449, vol. 23. aas,, b., 

C, NYP., UTS. 

Attributed to Stout and Thomas J. Grout in Hansell's "Reminiscences of Baptist 
Churches ... in New York City," 1899, p. 39. 

[Stout (John W.)]. The Nation's Great Crisis: The Ques- 
tion fairly stated. To the Voters of the County of Middlesex: [Col- 



STOUT ( LANSING). 27 

ophon:] Printed at the Fredoman Office y no. i Pater so7i Block, 
Nezv-Brunstvtck,N. J. [1856.] 8vo,pp. 15. H, 92356 

Caption title. 

A campaign document of 1856, signed by John W. Stout and 46 others. 

Stout (Lansing). Remarks of Hon. Lansing Stout, of Oretjon, 
on the Oregon and Washington War Debt before the Committee 
on Military Affairs, of the House of Representatives, March 30, 
i860, (Hon. Mr. Curtis, of Iowa, acting as Chairman pro tem.) 
Washington: Printed by Lemuel Towers, i860. 8vo, pp. 16. 

H. 92357 

Stout (Marion Ira). "The Last Writing" of Marion Ira 
Stout; containing his Confession, Revelations, and also his "so 
called" Principles of Philosophy and Religion. He was Executed at 
Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1858, for the Murder of his Brother- 
in-law, Charles W. Littles, on the 19th Dec, 1857. Rochester , 
N. Y. Printed for the Publishers. 1 85 8. . . . Orders addressed to 
H. Sillick Merrill, Rochester, N. Y., zvill meet with fromft atten- 
tion. . . . 8vo, pp. 40. B., BA., C, NYH., NYP., Y. 92358 

See also: Confession of Sarah E. Littles, of the Murder of her Husband, by Marion 
Ira Stout. A True Statement, made at Sing Sing, Saturday, October 30th, 1858. 
Rochester, N. Y. Printed for the Publisher, by Curtis Butts & Co. 1858. For sale. 
Wholesale and Retail, by D. M. Dewey, Rochester, N. Y. izmo, cover title, and pp. 
24, including frontispiece, nyh. 

Stout (Peter F.). Nicaragua: Past, Present and Future; a 
Description of its Inhabitants, Customs, Mines, Minerals, Early 
History, Modern Fillibusterism, Proposed Inter-Oceanic Canal and 
Manifest Destiny, By Peter F. Stout, Esq. late Vice Consul. . . . 
Philadelphia: John E. Potter, 617 Sansom Street. 1859. [Verso 
of title:] Stereotyped by George Charles, Printed by King &' Baird, 
607 Sansom Street, Philadelfhia. 8vo, pp. 372. Frontispiece folded 
map. AAS., NYH. 92359 

NYp. has a copy of what is probably a later issue, the title varying slightly, e. g. 
the words "United States" are added before "Vice Consul," and "No." before "617" 
in the imprint. 

Copies of either the first or second issue are also located at b., ba., bm., c, h., 

HISP.SOC.AMER., MINNHS., UP., UCAL., UTEX., WHS., Y. 

Stout (Susannah). A Short and True Account. See no. 80603, 
vol. 19. 

Stout (W.). Interesting Particulars of the loss of the ... 
Hercules. .S^-^ Stout (Benjamin). 



28 STOUT (z. B.). 

Stout (Z. Barton). An Address, delivered before the Domestic 
Horticultural Society of the Western part of New-York, at its 
annual meeting in Geneva, Sept. 28, 1 830. By Z. Barton Stout. 
. . . Canandaigua: Printed by Morse ^ Harvey. 1830. 8vo, pp. 
15,(1). HEH., HSP. 92360 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stoutenburgh (Jacobus). A | Short | Detail, | of the Church, 
At the Time | of the Apostles: Withall shewing how | far we are 
degenerated from them: With | a Christian Admonition, to heal 
this I lamentable Breach again among us, if we | hope to receive a 
Blessing from God. | By Jacobus Stoutenburgh, | . . . | New-York: | 
Printed by Samuel Brozvn, 1764. | Small 4to, pp. 44. nyh. 92361 

Stover (Christian). Pennsylvania. | Between | Timothy Peace- 
able (on the Demise of Dr. j Fothergill and Others, being the | 
London Company) | Appellant. | and | Christian Stover, Re- 
spondent. I The Respondent's Case. | To be Heard before the 
Right Honourable the Lords of the | Committee of Council, at the 
Council Chamber at | the Cockpit, Whitehall, on — the — Day | 
of July 1766, at — of the Clock. | [London. 1766.] Folio, pp. 
5,(1). Map. NYP. 92362 

The title is endorsed on the verso of p. 5 so as to appear on the outside of the 
document when folded. 

The land claimed by the respondent is in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. 

Stover (William Lilly). The Columbian | Almanack, | and | 
Magazine of Knowledge and Fun, | For the Year of our Lord Sev- 
enteen Hun- I dred and Ninety-one. | [ 15 lines.] | By William Lilly 
Stover, I Professor of Astronomy and Astrology. | Calculated at 
Newport, Latitude 41° 25' N. | Nezvfort (Rhode-Island) Printed 
andSold by P. Edes. \ [1790.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., C.y M., NYH., RIHS. 92363 

Stow (Alexander W[olcott]). An Address delivered April 
17th, 1830, before the Young Men's Temperance Society of 
Rochester. By Alexander W. Stow, Esq. Rochester: Printed by 
Tuttle &' Sherman. 1830. 8vo, pp. 24. nyh., nyp. 92364 

Stow (Baron). An Address, delivered before the Portsmouth 
Temperance Society, October 25, 1830. By Baron Stow . . . Ports- 
mouth, N. H.: Printed by Miller & Brewster. 1830. l2mo, 
pp. 16. c. + Second Edition. Published by request of the South- 
Berwick Temperance Society. Dover, N. H. Printed by — John 
T.Gihbs. 1831. i2mo, pp. 16. aas. 92365 



STOW (baron), 29 

Stow. An Address delivered before the Rockingham Temper- 
ance Society, at its Annual Meeting, held in Exeter, Aug. 8, 1832. 
By Baron Stow, Pastor of the Middle-St. Baptist Church in Ports- 
mouth. Portsmouth: Miller and Brewster, Printers. 1832. l2mo, 

pp. 24. AAS., B., C, H., NYP., WHS. 92366 

Stow. An Address, delivered before the Temperance Society of 
South Berwick, (Maine.) Nov. 26, 1829. By Baron Stow . . . 
PortsmouthjN. H. R. Foster, Printer. 1829. l2mo, pp. 24. aas. 
+ Second Edition. Portsmouth, N. H.: Published by Miller ^ 
Brewster. 1830. l6mo, pp. 24. 92367 

Title of the second edition from Williamson. 

Stow. A Discourse, delivered at the One Hundredth Anniver- 
sary of the Organization of the Baldwin Place Baptist Church, July 
27, 1843. With an Appendix. By Baron Stow . . . Boston: Gould, 
Kendall and Lincoln. 1 843. [Verso of title:] Press of W. S. 
DaTnrell, 1 1 Cornhill. 1 8 mo, pp. 107. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP. 92368 

Stow. Efficiency of Primitive Missions. A Discourse delivered 
before the General Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the 
United States, at its Ninth Triennial Session, held in the 01i\'er 
Street Baptist Church, New York, April 25, 1838. By Baron Stow 
. . . Boston: Gould, Kendall a?id Lincoln. 1838. [Verso of title:] 
Power Press of JVdham S. Damrell, No. 9 Cornhill, Boston. 8vo, 
pp. 39. AAS., B., c, NYP., Y. + Madras: J. B. Pharoah. mdccc- 
XXXIX, [Verso of title:] /. Hall, Printer, Athenceum Press. 8vo, 
pp. 39. UTS. 92369 

Reprinted in The Missionary Enterprise, below, pp. 99—120. 

Stow. Memoir of Harriet Dow, of Newport, N. H. who became 
a Christian at the age of eight years. In ten Letters to a Niece. By 
Baron Stow . . . Boston: Published by James Loring. Perkins iff 
Marvin, Lincoln &? Edmonds, ayid Pcircc ^ Parker. 1832. 1 8 mo, 
pp. 107, including frontispiece and an illustration. 

AAS., C, H., NYH. 9237O 

Stow, ed. The Missionary Enterprise: a collection of Discourses 
on Christian Missions, by American Authors. Edited by Baron Stow 
. . . Boston: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, 59 JVashingtofi Street. 
1 846, [Verso of title :] Boston: Printed by S. N. Dickinson tff Co. 
52 Washington Street. l2mo, pp. viii, 308. 

B., C, NYP., UTS., Y. 92371 



30 STOW (baron). 

Stow. Oration, delivered at the Columbian College, in the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, July 4, 1825. By Baron Stow, a member of the 
Enosinian Society. Washington City: Printed at the Columbian 
Office, North E Street. 1825. 8vo, pp. 20. nyp., up. 92372 

Stow. Spiritual Power. A Discourse dehvered before the Col- 
porteur Convention, in Richmond, Virginia, Nov. 10, 1852. By 
Rev. Baron Stow, d.d., pastor of the Rowe-Street Baptist Church, 
Boston. Published by the American Tract Society, 1 50 Nassau- 
Street, New York. [1852.] i6mo, pp. 79, (i). aas., bm. 92373 

With cover title: Colporteur Conventions at Richmond and Pittsburgh. Sermon, 
Letters, and Proceedings. 

Stow. A Tribute of Respect to the Memory of the Rev. Daniel 
Sharp, D.D. By Baron Stow . . . Bosto?i: Gould and Lincoln, 59 
Washington Street. 1853. [Verso of title :] /. M. Hewes and Co., 
Printers. 8vo, pp. 28. 

AAS., B., BA., C, M., MINNHS., NYH., P., UTEX., Y. 92374 

Stow. Voluntary Associations — their Use and Abuse. A Dis- 
course delivered in the Meeting House of the Second Baptist So- 
ciety, in Baldwin Place, Thanksgiving-Day, November 30, 1837. 
By Baron Stow. Boston: Gould, Kendall ^ Lincoln. 1 837. 8vo, 

pp.23. B., BA., C, HSP., NYP. 92375 

Stow was also the author of other works of purely religious interest, and in col- 
laboration with Samuel F. Smith compiled the "Psalmist" and the "Social Psalmist," 
both of which were first published in 1843. 

Stow (Edward). Deposition of Edward Stow in relation to the 
claim of the New England Mississippi Land Company, (Thomas L. 
Winthrop and others,) on the United States. [^Boston? 1840.] 
8vo, pp. 12. B., WHS. 92376 

Sworn to in Boston, March 14, 1840. 

Stow (F[rederick] H.). The Capitalist's Guide and Railway 
Annual for 1859, containing all the railroads completed and in 
progress in the United States: . . . Compiled and arranged from late 
and authentic reports, by F. H. Stow. New York: Published by 
Sam,uelT. Callaha7i, 1 '7^ Fulton Street. 1859. ^^mo, pp. 537. 

C, NYP., UTEX., Y. 92377 

Stow (Gardner). Address, delivered before the Kccscville Tem- 
perance Society, on the 25th February, 1 834, by Gardner Stow, Esq. 
Published by order of the Society, By A. Eynons. Keeseville, N. Y. 
March, 1834. 8vo, pp. 1 1. heh. 92378 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 



STOW (horatio J.). 31 

[Stow (Horatio J.) ] • Encroachments and Exactions of Sla\ cry. 
[Albany. 1858.] 8vo, pp. ll. nyh., nvp. 92379 

Caption title on p. 3: "The Encroachments and Exactions of Slavery. Speech of 
the Hon. Horatio J. Stow, of Niagara County. In Senate, Friday, January 29, 1858." 

Stow (Joshua), respondent. Report of the case of Joshua Stow 
vs. Sherman Converse, for a Libel; containing a history of Two 
Trials before the Superior Court, and some account of the proceed- 
ings before the Supreme Court of Errors. New-Haven: Printed by 
S. Converse. 1822. 8vo, pp. (2), 92, 97-183. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 92380 

Note on p. 3: "The reader may notice an error in the paging of the following 
sheets after the gzd page. The Trial however, is complete." 

Stow (Silas). Speech of the Hon. Mr. Stow, (a Federalist, who 
opposed and voted against the War) in the House of Representatives 
of the U. States; January 14, 18 13, on the Bill in Addition to the 
Act entitled "An Act to raise an Additional Military Force and for 
other Purposes" . . . Concord, N. H.: Printed b\ I. and W . R. 
Hill. [1813?] 8vo, pp. 8. C._,HEH. 92381 

Stow. Speech of the Hon. Mr. Stow, in the House of Repre- 
sentatives of the United States. Delivered the 14th January, 18 13. 
On the Bill in addition to the act entitled "An Act to raise an 
Additional Military Force," and for other purposes. Alexandria: 
Printed by S. Snowden ^ J. D. Simms. [18 13?] 8vo, pp. 12. 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. HSP., WHS. 92382 

Stow. Speech of the Hon. Mr. Stow, of New-York in the House 
of Representatives of the United States, January, 18 13, on the Bill 
supplementary to the Act for the more perfect organization of the 
Army of the United States. Baltimore: E. French ^ Co., Printers. 
1813. 8vo,pp. 6. c. 92383 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stow (Timothy). National Responsibility, and the Duty of the 
Ministry, in relation to Politics. By Timothy Stow, Pastor of the 
Congregational Church, West Bloomfield, N. Y. Preached to said 
Church, on the last Sabbath in November, 1845. Rochester: Pozver 
Press of E. S-pepard [sic], State-Street. 1846. 8vo, pp. 32. 

B., BM., C, MINNHS., NYH. 92384 

Stow. Sermon on the Death of C. T. Torrey, preached at West 
Bloomfield, New-York, on the last Sabbath in May, 1846. By 
Timothy Stow. [n. ^. 1846.] 8vo, pp. 8. b. 92385 



32 STOWE (c. E.). 

Caption title. 

Torrey was convicted of assisting in the escape of slaves, and died during his im- 
prisonment in the Maryland state penitentiary. 

Stowe (C[alvin] E[llis]). Address of Professor C. E. Stowe, 
before the College of Teachers, in behalf of the Emigrants' Friend 
Society, October, 1835. . . . Cincinnati: N. S. Johnson, Printer. 
1835. Pp. 18, (i). lex.pl. 92386 

Title from Rusk's "Literature of the Middle Western Frontier," 1925, vol. 2, p. 
325- 

Stowe. Common Schools and Teachers' Seminaries. By Calvin 
E. Stowe, D.D., Professor of Biblical Literature, Lane Seminary, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Boston: Marsh, Cafen, Lyon, and Webb. 1839. 
[Verso of title:] Education Press. l2mo, pp. 126. 

B., BA., C, CU., H., M., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 92387 

Consists of two articles, the first of which is the Report, below. The second, Nor- 
mal Schools and Teachers' Seminaries, pp. 83—126, according to the advertisement 
on p. 3, was "originally published in the American Biblical Repository, for July, 
1839." 

Stowe. A Letter to R. D. Mussey, m.d., on the Utter Ground- 
lessness of all the Millennial Arithmetic, by C. E. Stowe . . . Cin- 
cinnati. Published by J . B. Wilson, West Fourth Street. Kendall 
and Barnard, Printers. 1 843. 8vo, pp. 24. B., heh., y. 92388 

Stowe. The Prussian System of Public Listruction, and its ap- 
plicability to the United States. By Calvin E. Stowe . . . Cincinnati: 
Truman and Smith. 1836. [Verso of title:] UHommedicu (ff 
Co., Printers, Gazette Ojfice. l8mo, pp. 112. 

B., GIN. PL., GTS., MINNHS., NYP., WRHS., Y. 92389 

Samuel Lewis' "Remarks on Common Schools" forms the appendix, pp. 83—107. 
Both addresses were delivered at the convention of teachers at Columbus in January, 
1836. Pp. 109— 112 contain advertisements. 

Stowe. Queries on Education. [^Cincinnati, P/vitcd bv Kendall 
and Henry. 1837?] pp.7. wrhs. 92390 

Title from Rusk's "Literature of the Middle Western Frontier," 1925, vol. 2, p. 
325. Rusk supplies the imprint as above but states that the pamphlet is without place 
or date of printing. 

Stowe. The Religious Element in Education. An Address de- 
livered before the American Institute of Instruction, at Portland, 
Me., August 30, 1844. By Calvin E. Stowe . . . Boston: JVilliam 
D. Ticknor ^ Co., Corner of Washington and School Streets. 
1844. i2mo, pp. 34. 

B., BM., C, H., M., MINNHS,, NYH., NYP., P., UTS.^ WHS., Y. 9239 I 



STOWE (c. E.). 33 

Stowe. Report on Elementary Public Instruction in Europe, 
made to the Thirty-sixth General Assembly of the State of Ohio, 
December 19, 1837. By C. E. Stowe, Columbus: Samuel Medaryy 
Printer to the State. 1837. Svo, pp. 57. Folded table, c, cin.pl., 
lanets., nyp., utex., wrhs., y. + Nezv-York: Printed by 
Harfer & Brothers. 1838. i2mo, pp. 61. h., nyp. 92392 

Reprinted in the author's Common Schools, entered above. 

Reprinted also in the official documents of Pennsylvania (including a German 
version), Michigan, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New York, and Virginia. See 
the introduction to Common Schools, above, and the "American Journal of Educa- 
tion," vol. 5, 1858, p. 588. 

Stowe. The Right Interpretation of the Sacred Scriptures: the 
Helps and the Hindrances. An Inaugural Discourse delivered at 
Andover, Sept. i, 1852. By C. E. Stowe, Professor of Sacred Lit- 
erature in the Theological Seminary. From the Bibliotheca Sacra 
for January, 1853. Andover: Press by Warren F. Draper. 1 853. 
Svo, pp. 31. AAS., c, UTS. 92393 

A separate of vol. 10, 1853, PP- 34~62, of the above periodical. 

Stowe. Wisdom and Knowledge the Nation's Stability. An 
Address delivered at Crawfordsville, Indiana, July 7, 1840, before 
the Euphonean Society of Wabash College, by Calvin Ellis Stowe. 
[Cincinnati:^ Published by the Society. Printed at the Cincinnati 
Observer Ojficey Corner oj Main &' ^th Sts. 1 840. 8vo, pp. 20. 

IND. ST.LIB., IND.U., NYH. 92394 

For an account of Stowe's life and writings, see "American Journal of Education," 
vol. 5, 1858, pp. 586-592. 

Stowe (Harriet [Elizabeth] Beecher). 

The following list includes only those works and editions published before i860, 
which have especial American interest, historical or local. For the first editions of 
works of more general literary character, and of other titles published after that date, 
see Foley, C. E. Stowe's "Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe," and the "Cambridge His- 
tory of American Literature," vol. 4, p. 669. 

Translations are arranged after the originals in each case, in the alphabetical order 
of the languages into which they are translated. 

Stowe. Autographs for Freedom. By Mrs. Harriet Beecher 
Stowe, and Thirty-five other Eminent Writers. London: Sam f son 
Low, Son ^ Co.; and John Cassell, Ludgate Hill: and all book- 
sellers. 1853. l6mO, pp. 192. AAS., BM., FAC.ADV., NYP. 92395 
The above edition of this compilation should have been entered, like the first, 
under the editor, Julia Griffiths, see no. 28835, vol. 7. Additional locations under 
that entry: Boston, 1853, aas., c, nyp. Second series. Auburn, 1854, a.as., b., ba., 

C, H., NYP. 

Stowe. Dred; a Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. By Harriet 
Beecher Stowe, Author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." ... In two vol- lO 3- 



D ',' 7 



34 STOWE (h. b.). 

umes. Boston: Phillips y Sampson and Company. 1856. [Verso of 
title :] Stereotyped by Hobart &' Robbins, New England ^Fype and 
Stereotype Foundery^ Boston. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. 329, advertise- 
ments (6); V, 5—370. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., MINNHS., NYP., P., UP., UTEX., WHS., Y. 

92396 
Located copies indicate that later printings brought the edition up to at least 
75,000. 

On verso of title of the issue designated "Seventy-lifth thousand" is the additional 
imprint: Printed by Grossman and Willeti, 82 fef 84 Beekman St. 

Stowe. Dred; a Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. Two vols, 
in one. Second edition. Re-printed from the first American edition. 
Montreal: E. Pickup y Owler and Stevenson, Printers, 42 Saint 
Frangois Xavier Street. 1856. 2 vols, in one, 8vo, pp. 452. 
+ Copyright Edition. In two volumes. . . . Leipzig: Bernhard 
Tauchnitz. 1856. [Colophon:] Printed by Bernhard Fauchnitz. 
2 vols., i6mo, pp. xiv, (2), 359, (i); vi, 394. (Collection of 
British Authors, vols. 372—373) BM., nyp. + London: Sampson 
Low, Son <y Co., 47 Ludgate Hill, English and American Book- 
sellers and Publishers. Edinburgh: Fhom-as Co?istable if} Co. 
1856. [Verso of title:] London: Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, 
Stamford Street. 8vo, pp. viii, 384, 389—420, 417—524. 

B., BM., FAC.ADV., H., NYH. 92397 
Title of the Montreal edition from Gagnon, vol. 2, 1913. 
Reprinted under the title, "Nina Gordon," Boston, 1866. 
For a reply, see "Tit for Tat." 

Stowe. Dred, een verhaal door de schrijfster van de Negerhut. 

Naar het Eng. door P. van Os. Haarlem en Sneek: A. C. Kritse- 

man &? v. Druten &' Bleekcr. (Velp, Ij. Ijbes.) 1 85 7. 3 vols., 

Svo. 92398 

Title from Brinkman. 

Stowe. Dred. Histoire du grand marais maudit; par M^^^ 
Harriet Beecher-Stowe. Paris: Lib. centrale des publications illus- 
trees a 20 c; 5, rue du Pont-de-Lodi; Imp. Gaittet et C*^. 1 857. 
2vols., l8mo, pp. 718. -|- Paris: Lib. centrale, 5, rue du Pont-de- 
Lodi; Imprirn. W alder. 1 858. [Same collation.] -\- Paris: 
Lecrivain ctFoubon. 1858. 2 vols., l2mo. 92399 

Titles of the first two editions listed from "Bibliographic de la France," 1857, no. 
5840, and 1858, no. 666; and that of the last from Lorenz. 

Stowe. Dred; e. Erziihlung aus dcm grossen Dismal-Sumpfe. 
Boston. 1856. [^Philadelphia: Schtifer ti^ Koradi.] 2 vols, in one, 
Svo, pp. V, 583. 92400 

Title from Hinrichs' catalogue for July-December, 1858. 



STOWE (h. b.), 35 

Stowe. Dred. Eine Erziihlung aus dem grossen Wiistenmoore. 
Aus dem Engl, iibers. von Marie Heine. Rechtmassige Original- 
Ausg. Leipzig: Kollmafi. 1856. 3 vols., i6mo, pp. xvi, 33 1; 
(4), 394; (4), 386. 92401 

Title from Kayser, where it is listed under Beecher. 

Stowe. Dred. Eine Erzahlung aus den amerikan. Sumpfcn. 
Von Harriet Beecher Stowe. Wien: Ludwig u. "Lang. 1856. 2 
vols., i2mo, pp. 328; 336. 92402 

Forms part of the second series of "Roman-Zeitung." Information from Kayser. 

Stowe. Dred. Eine Erzahlung aus dem groszen Schreckens- 
sumpfe. Von Harriet Beecher Stowe, Verfasserin von "Onkel 
Tom's Hiitte." In's Deutsche iibertragen von A. Kretzschmer. . . . 
Wurzen^Verlags — Comftoir. 1 85 7. [Colophon:] DruckvonC. 
Roeszler in Grimma. 7 vols., l6mo,pp. (5), 3— 180; (5), 3— 183; 
(5), 3-202, (2); (5), 3-196; (5), 3-183, (l); (5), 3-200; 
(5), 3-192. BA. 92403 

On leaf facing title: Europaische Ribliothek der neuen belletristischen Literatur 
.. . X. Serie. 92 [-98]. ... 

Stowe. Dred. Eine Erzahlung aus dem grossen Schreckens- 
moore. Von Harriet Beecher-Stowe. Aus dem Engl. Stereot.- 
Ausg. Leipzig: Friedlein. 1 859. 8vo, pp. x, 358. 92404 

Forms vol. 10 of the "Neue Volks-Bibliothek." Information from Kayser. 

Stowe. Dred: racconto della grande e tetra palude. Venezia. 
1856. 2vols., l6mo. -\- Milano: Battezzati. l'^^'] . 2 vols., 3 2 mo. 

92405 

Titles from Pagliaini's "Catalogo generale della libreria italiana," under Beecher. 

Stowe. Dred, Powiesc z nad bagien amerykanskich, napisana po 
angielsku przez . . . Przeklad Gustawa Czernickiego. . . . Krakow: 
J. Wildty druk "Cza5u'\ l857- 3 ^^^s., 8vo, pp. 272; 283; 239. 
(4). 92406 

Forms nos. 1-12 in the first series of "Czytelnia domowa." After publication was 
suppressed by the Warsaw censor, this was reprinted in 1858 under the title "Biali 
i czarni." 

Information from Estreicher's "Bibliografia polska." 

Stowe. Dred af mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. Forf. till "Onkel 
Tomsstuga". Goteborg: C . F. Arvidsson. 1857. 8vo, pp. 504 

92407 

Translated by A. M. V:a Bratt. Forms nos. i-io in the third series of "Salong- 
bibl." Reissued with the cover-title, "Riksdalersbiicker for resor. 8." Information 
from Linnstrom's "Svenskt Boklexikon." 



36 STOWE (h. B.). 

Stowe. Dred ; a Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. A Drama, 
in four acts, founded on the novel of the same title, by Mrs. H. B. 
Stowe. Dramatized by H. J. Conway, Esq. . . . New York: John 
W. Amermany Printer j No. 60 William- street. 1 856. l2mo, pp. 

48. NYP. 92408 

On cover: Dramatized . . . expressly for Barnum's American Museum. 

Stowe. Dred: a Tale of the Dismal Swamp. A Drama, in two 
acts, (From Mrs. Beecher Stowe's Popular Novel.) By W. E. 
Suter, Esq., author of "A Life's Revenge," "Tiger Slayer of the 
Savannah," "A Quiet Family," "The Life of an Actress," "Jupi- 
ter's Decree," &c. &c. Thomas Hailcs Lacy, 89, Strand^ London, 
[n. d. Colophon:] Printed by Thomas Scott, Warwick Court j 
Holborn. l2mo, pp. 41. BM., H. 92409 

Issued in "Lacy's Acting Edition of Plays," vol. 57. 

On verso of title: As performed at the Queen's Theatre, October, 1856. 

Stowe. . . . Dred: or, the Dismal Swamp. A Play, in five acts. 
Dramatized (by special permission) from Mrs. Harriet Beecher 
Stowe's novel. By John Brougham, Esq. To which are added, a 
Description of the Costume — Cast of the Characters — Entrances 
and Exits — Relative Positions of the Performers on the Stage, and 
the whole of the Stage Business. . . . \^cop. 1856.] Nezv-York: 
Sajnuel French y 121 Nassau-Street. l2mo, pp. 43, advertisements 

(5). NYP., Y. 92410 

With heading: "French's American Drama. The Acting Edition. No. cxlv." On 
cover: "French's Standard Drama." 

Stowe. The Edmondson Family and the Capture of the Schooner 
Pearl. By Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. . . . Cincinnati: American 
Reform, Tract and Book Society. No. 1 80 Walnut Street. 1 856. 
l6mo, pp. 64. 

AAS., B., NYH., NYP. (sCHOMBURg). 924II 

An extract from A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1853, pp. 155-168. "It includes 
the whole account of that memorable capture of the schooner Pearl, which produced 
such a sensation in Washington, D. C, in the year 1848." 

Stowe. A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin; presenting the original 
Facts and Documents upon which the Story is founded. Together 
with Corroborative Statements verifying the Truth of the Work. 
By Harriet Beecher Stowe, Author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Bos- 
tgn: Published by John P. Jewett ^ Co. Cleveland y Ohio : J eivetty 
Proctor &" Worthington. Londo7i: Loxu and Company. 1853. 
[Verso of title:] Stereotyped by Hobart &" RobbinSy New England 
Type and Stereotype Founderyy Boston. Damrell ^ Moore y Print- 



STOWE (h. b.). 37 

ersy 1 6 Devonshire St.y Boston. 8vo, pp. 262. AAS., B., BA., c, cu., 

DERENNE., H., HEH., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UP., UTS., WJIS., Y. 

-)- Copyright Edition. In two volumes. . . . Leif-zig: Bcrnhard 
Tauchnitz. 1 853. [Colophon:] Printed by Bci-nhard Tauchnitz. 
2 vols., i6mo, pp. viii, 380 ; vi, 406. (Collection of British Authors, 
vols. 266—267) BM., NYP. -\:^London: Thomas Bosworthy 215 
Regent Street. 1853. [Verso of titleT] 'Condon: Printed by G. 
Barclay y Castle St. Leicester Sq. l2mo, pp. viii, 595. frontispiece 
portrait, c, nyp. (schomburg). + London: Clarkey Beetony 
and Co.y 148, Fleet-Street; and Thomas Bosworthy Regent Street. 
[Colophon:] London: Salisbury y Beetony ^ Co.y Printers, Bou- 
verie-street and Primrose-hilly Fleet-street. [1853.] 1 2 mo, pp. iv, 
416. AAS. -)- [Same imprints. At foot of title:] {The Author 
reserves the right of Translation of this Work.) [1853.] ^^°j PP* 
viii, 508. C, NYP. -f~ Second Edition. London: Published for the 
Author by Sampson LoWy Sony (^ Co., 47 Ludgate Hill. 1853. 
(The Author reserves the right of Translation of this Work.) 
[Verso of title:] Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford 
Street and Charing Cross. 8vo, pp. xvi, 637, colophon (l). Fac- 
simile. BM., FAC. ADV., NYP. (schomburg). + (Railway Edition.) 
London: G. Routledge ^ Co. 1853. l2mo. -{-Boston: John P. 
Jewett and Company. Clevelandy Ohio: Jewetty Proctor y and 
Worthington. 1 854. [Colophon:] London: Salisbury y Beetony 
and Co.y Printers y Bouverie-streety Fleet-street. l2mo, pp. (2), 
V— viii, 508. AAS., HEH. 92412 

The Boston, 1853, edition was issued both in cloth, and in printed paper wrappers, 
the cover title of the latter having the heading: "Facts for the People." The issue of 
this edition at cu. does not have the Damrell and Moore imprint on verso of title. 

The AAS. copy of the undated London edition with pp. iv, 4.16, has the ms. inscrip- 
tion: "Jas A. Ruthven presented by the Publishers April 4th 1853." 

The London edition published by Routledge is announced in the "Publishers* 
Circular" for October I, 1853, no. 4302. 

The Sampson Low edition was issued uniformly with the 1853 edition of Uncle 
Tom's Cabin, published by that company. 

Copies of one of the London editions are located at bm., h., and utex. 

Stowe. De Slavernij. Vervolg en Sleutel op de Negerhut. Haar- 
lem: A. C. Kruseman. {Rotterdam: D. Bolle.) 1853. 2 vols., 
8vo. 92413 

Title from Brinkman. The Muller catalogue, 1 872-1 875, no. 1427, lists the same 
title, but gives the collation as 4 vols., 8vo. 

Stowe. La Clef de la Case de I'Oncle Tom contenant les faits 
et les documents originaux sur lesquel le roman est fondc, avec les 
pieces justificatives; par Mistress Harriet Beecher Stowe. Ouvrage 

VOL. XXIV. 3 



38 X STOWE (h. B.). 

traduit par Old Nick [i.e. Paul Emile Daurand Forgues] & Adolphe 
Joanne, traducteurs de la Case de I'Oncle Tom. Paris. Aux Bu- 
reaux du Magasin Ptttoresque^ Rue Jacoby 30. 1 853. 8vo, pp. viii, 
399. BIB.NAT., EM., NYH. -{- Bruxelles : J.Rozez. 1853. 3 ^o*s., 
l8mo,pp. 176; 186; 178. -\- London: John CasselL 1853. 8vo. 
-\- Paris. 1857. 8^o- BM. 92414 

The Paris, 1857, edition is a reissue of that of 1853 with a new title page. Infor- 
mation concerning the Brussels edition from the "Bibliographic de la Belgique," 
1853, no. 750, and as to the London edition from Bartlett, no. 4798. The London 
edition is advertised in the "Publishers' Circular" for July 16, 1853, p. 285. 

Stowe. Schliissel zu Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Enthaltend: die 
Original-Thatsachen und Beweisstiicke auf welche die Erzahlung 
gegriindet ist. Nebst neuen Darlegungen, welche die Wahrheit des 
Werkes bekraftigen. Aus dem Engl. Berlin: Duficker u. Hum- 
blot. 1853. 4 vols., 8 vo, pp. 134; 130; 17 I; XXX, 156. 92415 

Title from Kayser. 

Stowe. Schliissel zu Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Enthltd. die ur- 
spriingHchen Thatsachen und Documente, die dieser Geschichte zu 
Grunde liegen. Nebst einer Darlegung von Umstiinden, welche die 
Wahrheit des Buches bestiitigen. Von Harriet Stowe, geb. Beecher. 
In 4 Abthlgn. Vollstandige u. wohlfeilste Stereot.-Ausg. Leipzig: 
Friedlein. 1 853. 8vo, pp. xvi, 439. + Zweite Auflage. [Same im- 
print, date and collation.] BM. -\- Leipzig: Fock. 1 853. -\- Leip- 
zig: Xiegler. 1853. 8vo, pp. 448. 02416 

The editions published by Friedlein were issued as vol. 5 of "Neue Volks-Biblio- 
thek," edited by A. Schrader. See Kayser. 

Information concerning the editions published by Fock and Ziegler from Mac- 
Lean's " 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' in Germany," 1910, p. 35. 

Stowe. Kulcs Tamas batya kunyhojahoz. Kozlese a valosagos 
torteneteknek es okleveleknek, mellyekre a mii epitve volt, a munka 
valodisagat kitunteto bizonyitvanyokkal. Angolbol Irinyi Jozsef. 
Pest: M tiller E mil. 1853. 8 vo, pp. 24 1. 92417 

An Hungarian translation. Title from Petrik's "Bibliographia hungariac," under 
Beecher. 

Stowe. Chiave per la Capanna dcllo zio Tom. Firenze: Terni. 
1853. l6mo, pp. 252. -\- Milano: Pagnoni. i860. 2 vols., 32mo. 

92418 

Information from Pagliaini's "Catalogo generale della libreria italiana," under 
Beecher. 

Stowe. La Llave de la Cabana del Tio Tom . . . traducida de 
la ultima edicion por G. A. Larrosa. Madrid, Barcelona \^printed'\. 
1855. 8vo. BM. 92419 



STOWE (h. B.). 39 

See also Palau y Dulcet's "Manual del librero hlspano-americano," vol. i, 1923, 
p. 192. 

Stowe. Nyckeln till Onkel Toms Stuga. Werkliga Tilldra- 
gelser pa hvilka Romanen af samma mamn hvilar. Uldrag efter 
Mrs. H. Beecher Stowe. Ofversatt efter Engelska Originalet. 
Stockholm. [F. <y G. Beijer.'] 1853. i6mo, pp. 102. 92420 

A Swedish translation. Title from Linnstrom's "Svenskt Boklexikon." 

Stowe. Let Every Man Mind his own Business. By M^s. 
Stowe ... London: Partridge and Oakey. [1852?] l6mo, 
pp. 31, (i), including covers. BM., c, Y. 92421 

Engraved illustrated cover-title. Reprinted from the Mayflower, below. 

Stowe. The Mayflower; or, Sketches of Scenes and Charac- 
ters among the Descendants of the Pilgrims. By Mrs. Harriet ^ 
Beecher Stowe. New-York: Harfer ^ Brothers^ 82 Cliff- Street. /-{S'5L'9 ^^ 

1843. l8mO, pp. 324. AAS., B., BA., C, H., MINNHS., NYH., NYP.,/^ A//*^ 

WHS. + [Same imprint and collation.] 1844. BM. + [Same 
imprint and collation.] 1846. B., H., mT H-'fSaTne imprint and 
collation. 184-?] h., Y. -{-Boston: J . P. Jewett & Company ; 
Cleveland: O: J ewett, Proctor , ^ Worthington. 1853. l8mo, 
pp. 324. C. 92422 

Stowe. The May Flower, and Miscellaneous Writings. By ^^ 

Harriet Beecher Stowe, . . . Boston: Phillips, Sampson, and Com- r<> ^ 7j^ / 

pany, 13 Winter Street. 1 85 5. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped at ji^ ^ L 6 ^ 

the Boston Stereotype Foundry. l2mo, engraved title, pp. 471, / ^.t)"^ 
advertisements 8. Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., C, H., P., Y. 92423 

A reprint of the sketches in "The Mayflower" together with other writings pre- 
viously published in various periodicals. 

Stowe. "The Mayflower;" or, Sketches of Scenes and Charac- 
ters among the descendants of the Pilgrims. By Mrs. Harriet 
Beecher Stov/e, Authoress of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." (Only Com- 
plete Edition.) London: J. S. Hodson, 2 2, Portugal Street, Lin- 
coln's Inn. [Verso of title:] London: Printed by J. S. Hodson, 
22, Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn. [1852.] l8mo, pp. xiii, verso 
blank, (2), 267. Frontispiece. b. 92424 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for November 15, 1852, no. 4549. 

Stowe. The Mayflower; or. Scenes and Sketches among the 
Descendants of the Pilgrim Fathers. By Mrs. H. Beecher Stowe, 
author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." . . . London: Knight and Son, 
Clerkenwell Close. 1852. l8mo, pp. (2), 267, (i). Frontis- 



40 STOWE (h. B.). 

piece. H. + Complete, revised, illustrated edition. London. iS^^- 

l6mo. BM., FAC.ADV. 92425 

The Knight edition was announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for December 16, 

1852, no. 5097. 

Stowe. The Mayflower. London. [1853.] i2mo. 

Contains only five of the sketches. BM. 92426 

This is probably the issue announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for March i, 

1853, no. 1 156, London, Farrington, 1853, l2mo, pp. 170. 

Stowe. The Mayflower; or. Tales and Pencilings. London: 
T. Nelson <y Sons. 1852. l2mo. BM. 92427 

Forms part of "Nelson's Library for Travellers and the Fireside." Announced in 
the "Publishers' Circular" for January I, 1853, no. 239. 

Stowe. The Mayflower. Short Stories. London: G. Rout- 
ledge is' Co. 1854. i8mo, pp. 186. 92428 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for January 17, 1854, no. 530. 
For other editions, see Tales and Sketches, and Uncle Tim, below. 
Frequently reissued after i860. 

Stowe. De Meibloem. Tooneelen en karakterschetsen uit 
Noord-Amerika. Uit het Eng. door C. M. Mensing. Amsterdam: 
P. N. van Kampen {&' Zn.) 1853. ^^o- 92429 

Title from Brinkman. 

Stowe. Lafleurdemai: contes et esquisses, traduites par Alph. 

Viollet. M'dano: Tiiraii. 1853. l6mo, pp. 253. 92430 

Title from Pagliaini's "Catalogo generalc della libreria italiana," under Beecher. 

Stowe. La Fleur de Mai, contes et esquisses; par M^e Harriet 

Beecher Stowe. Traduit par M^^e Sophie des Nos. A Paris, che-z. 

Desloges, rue Croix-des-Petits~ChampSj 4. Inipr. dc Pouss'ielguey 

a Paris. 1853. 4^^- 92431 

Title from "Bibliographie de la France," 1853, no. 1758. 

Stowe. Fleur de mai, nou^'elles americaines. Traduction par 
La Bedollierc. Paris. [1854.] 4to. BIB. NAT. 92432 

Forms part of the tenth series of the "Pantheon populaire," according to "Biblio- 
graphic dc la France," 1854, no. 4212. 

Stowe. Nouvclles americaines; par Mistress H. Beecher Stowe, 
. . . Traduites en fran^ais par M. Alphonse Viollet. A Paris , chez 
Charprnfirr, rue de Lille. — Impr. de Gratiot, a Paris. 1 853. 
l8mo. + 2<' t'llition. [Same imprint and date] i8mo, pp. x, | 
(2), 330, (i). C. 92433 

Listed in "Bibliographic de la France," 1853, nos. 711 and 2112. 
On cover of the second edition: "Bibllotheque d'un homme de gout." 
A translation from the M.iyflower, with some omissions. 



STOWE (h. B.). 41 

Stowe. Maiblumchen oder Amerikanische Slcizzen und Er- 
zahlungen. Aus dem Engl. Leipzig:. Kittler. 1853. 8vo, pp. 
(4), 178. 92434 

Title from Kayser. 

Stowe. Das Maiblumchen, oder Skizzen und Scenen von 
Charakteren unter den Nachkommen der Pilger. Von Harriet 
Stowe, geb. Beecher. Mit einer Vorrede von Catherine E. Beecher. 
Stereot.-Ausg. Mit dem Portr. der Verfasserin (in Stahlst.). 
Leipzig: Friedlein. 1855. 8vo, pp. xi, 139. Portrait. -|- 2. Aufl. 
[Same imprint, date and collation.] 92435 

Forms vol. 7 of "Neue Volks-Bibliothek," edited by A. Schrader. Information 
from Kayser. 

Stowe. Die Maiblume. Bilder und Charaktere. Berlin: 
Duncker u. Humblot. 1853. i6mo, pp. xviii, 334. 92436 

Title from Kayser. 

Stowe. I fiori di maggio, o novelle americane. Milano: Cioffi.. 
1853. l6mo. -{-Milano: Borroni e Scotti. 1853. 2 vols., 32mo. 

92437 

Information from Pagliaini's "Catalogo generale della libreria italiana," under 
Beecher. 

Stowe. Mai-Blomsten. Oversat fra det Engelske af Thomas 
Krag. Christianta. 1853. 8 vo, pp. (4), 262, 92438 

Reprinted from the "Tidsskrift for SkJ0nliteratur." Information from the "Norsk 
Bog-Fortegnelse." 

Stowe. Majblomman, eller skizzer af scener och karakterer 
ibland pilgrimernas afkomlingar, af m:rs Harriet Beecher Stowe. 
Forf. till "Onkel Toms stuga". Ofversattning. Med ett forord 
af Fredrika Bremer. Goteborg: C. F. Arvidsson. 1857. i6mo, 
pp. 10, 166. ^ 92439 

Title from Linnstrom's "Svenskt Boblexikon," which states that the first edition was 
issued in three parts in 1853. 

Stowe. The Minister's Wooing. By Harriet Beecher Stowe. 
New York: Derby and Jackson, 119 Nassau Street. M DCCC Lix. ^^ 
[Verso of title:] Rivcrsidey Cambridge: Stereotyped and printed i -^ < 
by H. O. Houghton and Company. l2mo, pp. (4), 578. aas., c, A1 Q 
NYP. -\-New York: Derby^ and Jackson ; Boston: Broiun, Tag- 
gardy and Chase. 1859. [Same collation.] c. -\- Neiv York: 
Derby and JacksofT^TT^ Nassau Street. M DCCC LX. [Same col- 
lation.] NYP. -|- New York: Derby &' Jackson, 498 Broadway. 
i860. [Same collation.] NYP. 92440 



42 



STOWE (h. B.). 



First issued serially in the "Atlantic Monthly," December, 1858 to December, 1859. 

According to McCray's "Life Work of the Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin," 1889, 
p. 286, the novel was "issued by Phillips, Sampson & Co. [publishers of the Atlantic 
Monthly], in book form in October, 1859, two months previous to its completion in 
the magazine." However, the "American Publishers' Circular" lists no edition from 
this company in 1859, and announces in its issue for October 22, that published by 
Derby and Jackson. 

Copies of one or other of the Neiv York, 1859, issues are located also at b. and 

HSP. 

Stowe. The Minister's Wooing. By H. Beecher Stowe . . . 
With Illustrations by Phiz [i.e. H. K. Browne]. London: Samf- 
son Low, Son, 6f Co., 47 Ludgate Hill. 1859. • • • [Verso of 
title:] London: Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford 
Street. 8vo, pp. (4), 362. 13 plates. BM., NVP. -\- London: 
Sampson Lotv, Son, & Co. 1859. 8vo, pp. 240. 9244^ 

The illustrated edition was originally issued monthly, fourteen numbers in ten 
parts, February to November, 1859. The nyp. copy is in original wrappers. On cover 
titles: "A Tale of New England." 

Both of these editions were announced in the "Publishers's Circular" for October i, 
1859, nos. 3255 and 3256. 

Stowe. The Minister's Wooing. By H, Beecher Stowe . . . 
Copyright Edition. Leipzig: Bcrnhard Tauchnit-z. 1859. • • • 
[Colophon:] Printing Office of the Publisher. Small 4to, pp. 
(6), 362. BM., NYP. 92442 

Series title: Collection of British Authors. Vol. ccccxciv. 
There have been many later editions of the work. 

S'lOWE. La fiancee du ministre . . . Roman americain traduit 
avec I'autorisation de I'auteur par H. de I'Espine. Paris: Hachette 
et Cie. [i860.] l2mo. BM. 92443 

Issued in the "Bibliotheque des meilleurs romans etrangers." 

Stowe. Des Predigers Brautwerbung. Von Harriet Beecher 
Stowe. Deutsch von A. Kretzschmar. Wurzen: Verlags-Com-p- 
toir. 1859. 4 vols., Svo, pp. 747. 92444 

Forms vols. 87—90, series 11, of "Europiiischc Bibliothek dcr neuen belletristischen 
Literatur." Information from Kayser. 

Stowe. De predikant en zijn uitverkorene. Naar het Eng. 
door S. J. van den Bergh. Amsterdam: Gebr. Binger. (/. H. van 
der Beek.) i860. 2 vols., Svo. Plates. 92445 

Title from Rrinkman. 

Stowe. Prtdikantens frieri. En bcrattelse fran Nya England 
af . . . forf. till "Onkcl Toms stuga", m. m. Stockholm. Alb. 
Bonnier, i860. Svo, pp. 420. 92446 

Forms nos. 1-9 of the i860 serif.; of "Eump. fijljetongen." Information from 
Linnstrom's "Svcnskt boklexikon." 



STOWE (h. B.). 43 

Stowe. Mrs. H. B. Stowe on Dr. Monod and the American 
Tract Society; considered in relation to American Slavery. From 
the New York Independent. [Colophon:] Refrinted for the 
Edinburgh Ladies^ Emancipation Society. [Edinburgh^ 1858.] 
i2mo, pp. 8. AAS.j c. 92447 

Caption title. Dated, August 1858. 

Stowe. Prize Tale. A New England Sketch. By Miss Har- 
riet E. Beecher. Lowell: Published by Alfred Gilman. 1 834. 
i6mo, pp. 52. Y. 92448 

The author's first book. 

From publisher's notice on verso of title: The following story was introduced to 
the public through the Western Monthly Magazine. 

Reprinted in the "Boston Book," 3rd collection, 1841, pp. 100—139, and under 
title of "Uncle Tim" in the Mayflower, above, and Uncle Tim, below. 

Stowe. Sketches of American Life: A Companion to "The 
Mayflower." By Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. With a Sketch of 
the Author's Life and Writings. London: Knight and Son. 1855. 
32mo, pp. 288. FAC.ADV. 92449 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for June 15, 1855, no. 2780. 

Stowe. Tafereelen en omtrekken. Amsterdam: Wed. L. 
van Hulst & Zn. 1855. 8vo. 92450 

Title from Brinkman. Probably these "Pictures and Outlines" are a translation of 
the following title, or of the Mayflower, above. 

Stowe. Tales and Sketches of New England Life; comprising 
"The May Flower" and other miscellaneous writings. By Har- 
riet Beecher Stowe. London: Sampson Low ^ Co. 1855. 8vo, 
pp. 248. Portrait, bm. + [Another edition.] [Same imprint 
and date.] 8vo. bm. -\~ London, Edinburgh [printed]. 1858. 
8vo. BM. 92451 

The second edition listed is a cheap shilling edition. Both 1855 editions are an- 
nounced in the "Publisher' Circular" for May 15, 1855, no. 2284. A copy of one is 
located at fac.adv. 

Stowe. . . . The Two Altars; or, Two Pictures in One. By 
Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, Author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." 
[At foot of p. I :] Entered according to Act of Congress, in the 
year 1852, by John P. Jewctt &' Co., [Boston^ in the Clcrk*s 
Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts. 1 2 mo, 

pp. 12. AAS., BM., C, H., M., MINNHS., NYH. + [With Colo- 

phon:] Published for gratuitous distributiofi, at the Office of the 
American Anti-Slavery Society, No. 138 Nassau Street, New York. 
Also to be had at the Anti-Slavery Offices, No. 2 1 Cornhill, Bos- 



44 STOWE (h. b.). 

toriy and No. 3 1 North Fifth Street, Philadelfhia ; and at the Anti- 
Slavery Defository, Salem, Columbiana Co., Ohio. [1857?] 
l2mo, pp. 12. B., C, CU., H., M., UTEX., WHS., Y. + London: 
JohnCassell. 1853. i2mo. 92452 

The American issues have caption titles only, with the respective headings: "Lib- 
erty Tracts. — No. i" and "Anti-Slavery Tracts. No. 13." Copies of either the first 
or second are at hsp. and up. 

Information concerning the London edition from the English Catalogue. 

Date of the second American issue supplied from addresses in city directories. 

Reprinted in the first series of "Autographs for Freedom," Boston, 1853, pp. 127— 
147, London, 1853, pp. 88—102, and in the editions of the Mayflower, published in 
1855 and later years. See those titles above, and no. 28835, vol. 7. 

Stowe. Uncle Sam's Emancipation; Earthly Care, a Heavenly 
Discipline; and other Sketches. By Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. 
. . . Witli a Sketch of Mrs. Stowe's Family . Willis P. Hazard, 178 
Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 1853. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped 
by Slote 6f Mooney, Philadelphia, Kite ^ Walton, Printers. 
l2mo, pp. 124. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., NYH., NYP., Y. 92453 
Bartlett, no. 4709, lists an 1852 edition published by Hazard, but it is probably an 
error for the above. 

Stowe. Uncle Sam's Emancipation; Earthly Care a Heav- 
enly Discipline; and other Tales and Sketches, by Mrs, Harriet 
Beecher Stowe. . . . London: T. Nelson and Sons. MDCCCLin. 
l2mo, pp. xxxix, 9-160. BM., FAC.ADV. + London and Edin- 
burgh: T. Nelson and Sons. 1853. l2mo, added illustrated title, 
andpp. xxxix, 9— 160. Frontispiece. c. 92454 

"Nelson's Library for Travellers and the Fireside." Title of the first edition listed 
supplied from an early ms. note prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin. 

Stowe. Uncle Tim, and other Tales. By Mrs. Stowe. With 
engravings. London: Allman. 1852. iSmo, pp. 250. 

BM. 92455 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for October 15, 1852, no. 4080. 
"Uncle Tim" was first issued as "Prize Tale. A New England Sketch," see above. 
It was later included in the Mayflower, and in Tales and Sketches, also entered above. 
"Uncle Tim" is incorrectly printed as "Uncle Tom" in the bm. catalogue. 

Stowe. Uncle Tim and Uncle Jaw. By Mrs, Harriet Beecher 
Stowe. Two Talcs for riper youth. Leipzig: Baumgartner. iS^^- 
l6mo, pp. 126. 92456 

Issued as vol. 8 of the "Little English Library." Information from Hinrichs' 
catalogue for July-December, 1853. 

Stowe, Uncle Tom's Cabin. 

The first edition was published in Boston. The following list of editions published I 
in the English l.inguagc is arranged alphabetically, first according to the place of 



STOWE (h. b.). 45 

publication, and the London editions secondarily by publishers. This arrangement 
permits the briefer entries of similar issues. It will be noted that the larger part of the 
editions published before i860 were issued in 1852. 

Following the editions of the original work, the adaptations, dramatizations, etc. 
in the English language, arc arranged alphabetically by title. 

After these, the translations are arranged alphabetically by languages. 

At the end are the titles of a number of works relating to Uncle Tom's Cabin, and 
references to similar works entered elsewhere. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly. By 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. . . . Boston: John P. Jewett &' Comfany. , . " 

Clevelandy Ohio: Jewetty Proctor i^ Worthington. ^^52- iO^ t ^Z^ 
[Verso of title:] Stereotyped by Hobart &' Robblns, New England '" ^^ 
Type and Stereotype Foundery, Boston. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. (2), 6d^V 
v-x, 13-312, 3 plates; 322, 3 plates. /5l5^ 

AAS., B., C, DERENNE, H., NYP., Y. 92457 
The account of the death of Uncle Tom was written by Mrs. Stowe in February, 
1851, and the book was developed from this nucleus. It was first published serially in 
the "National Era," from June 5, 1851, to April I, 1852. This first edition in book 
form appeared on March 20, 1852, in an edition of 5000 copies. "Three thousand 
copies were sold the very first day, a second edition [/. e. issue] was issued the follow- 
ing week, a third on the first of April ..." See the "Life" of Mrs. Stowe by her son, 
1889, pp. 148, 159—160. During the year there were numerous reissues from the plates 
of the first edition, also in two volumes, with the addition of the words "Tenth" to 
"One Hundred and Twentieth Thousand" on their title pages. Besides the imprints 
given above, on the verso of title of the reissues is added the imprint of Geo. C. Rand 
or of Geo. C. Rand & Co. It should also be noted that the name of the publishers was 
printed on the original binding of the first issue as "J. P. Jewett & Co.," and on that 
of later issues as "Jewett & Co." 

Copies of Boston issues of 1852 are located at aas., ba., bm., c, h., m., nyh., 
NYP., UP., UTEX., and whs. Some of these may be copies of issues of the two follow- 
ing editions. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin: or, Life among the Lowly. By 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. 153,000 copies, — 306,000 volumes. /^<^^ O^ 
Boston: John P. Jewett and Company. Cleveland, Ohio: J ewett^ / x-^: , 
Proctor &' Worthington. 1852. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by ^ ^ ' 
Hobart <y RobbinSy New England Type and Stereotype Foundery, 
Boston. Printed by Geo. C. Randy Cornhill. 8vo, pp. 166, adver- 
tisements. (2). AAS. 92458 

On printed paper covers: An Edition for the Million! 

The success of the work led to the publication of this edition sold for 37J^ cents. 
According to an article in "Putnam's Monthly Magazine," Jan. 1853, vol. i, p. 98, 
50,000 copies of this one volume edition had already been sold by December i, 1852. 
The latest issue of the edition which we have located is of the "Two Hundred and 
Ninety-fifth Thousand," issued without date on the title page, but with paper covers 
still dated 1852. aas. Earlier issues have the date 1853 on their titles. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or. Life among the Lowly. By 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. Illustrated Edition. Complete in one 
Volume. Original Designs by Billings; engraved by Baker and 
Smith. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company. Cleveland, Ohio: 



46 STOWE (h. B.). 

Jewetty Proctor y and Worthington. 1853. [Verso of title:] 
Stereotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry. Press of Geo. C. 
Rand, Cornhill, Boston. 8vo, added engraved title, and pp. 560, 
including illustrations in the text. Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., BA., C, M. 92459 

According to the article in "Putnam's Monthly Magazine" cited above, 3,000 
copies of the "costly illustrated edition" had been sold by December, 1852. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Edinburgh: Gall ^ Inglis. 
1852. 8vo, pp. vi, 281. BM. 92460 

A popular edition is said to have been published in Glasgow in 1852. See "Put- 
nam's Monthly Magazine," vol. I, 1853, p. 99. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin : or, Life among the Lowly. New 
illustrated edition. Edinburgh: Adam ^ Charles Black. 1853. 

8vo, pp. 522. BM., FAC.ADV. 9246 I 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for April 15, 1853, no. 1775. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. With a New Preface expressly 
written for this edition, authorized for the Continent of Europe. 
By Harriet Beecher Stowe. In two volumes. . . . Leipzig. Bern- 
hard Tauchnitz. 1 852. [Colophon:] Printed by Bernhard 
Tauchnitz. 2 vols., i2mo, pp. xviii, 669. Plates. BM., H. 92462 

Scries title: "Collection of British Authors. Vol. ccxLiii [-ccxliv]." Collation 
supplied from Kayser, the pagination of the two volumes evidently added. The h. 
copy lacks vol. 1, the collation of vol. 2, being pp. (vi), 317, (i), 2 plates. 

r ">~ Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. By Mrs. Stowe. London: Ap- 

y;^'-J-J(^p fie yard. 1852. l8mo, pp. 282. 92463 

T ^■- C^J\^ f Appleyard's Pocket Edition. Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Oct. 

c'"" iJ '5) 1852, no. 4085. In addition to this, an 8vo edition published by Appleyard is listed 

■^ I , in "Sampson Low's Catalogue of Books published ... during . .. 1852." 

' i^ ^3l For the first London edition, zee below the issues published by Clarke & Co. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. By Mrs. H. B. Stowe. London: 
Bentley. 1852. 8vo, pp. 472. BM. 92464 

Forms no. 121 of "Standard Novels." Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" 
for Oct. I, 1852, no. 3943. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly. By 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. London: H. G. Bohn, York Street, 
Covrnt Gardffi. 1852. [Verso of title:] London: Bradbury and 
Evans, Printers, Whitejrtars. l2mo, pp. (2), v— xx, 483. 9 plates. 

B. 92465 

"Hnhn's Illustrated Edition." Illustrations by Leech and others. Sfc "Publishers' 
Circul.ir," Oct. i, 1852, p. 342. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly. . . . 



STOWE (h. B.). 47 

With introductory remarks by ... J, Sherman. London: U. G. 
Bohn. 1852, l2mo. BM. -j- [Same imprint.] 1853. l2mo. 

92466 

Bohn's Shilling Edition. Information as to the 1853 issue from "Les Livres de 
I'enfance du XV^^ au XIX^ siecle," published by Gumachian & Cic, [1930], vol. i, 

P- 393- 

Together with the preceding editions issued by Bohn, a third from that publisher, 
"Bohn's Library Edition," izmo, is announced in the "Publishers' Circular," Oct. i, 
1852, no. 3946. 

An 1853 issue of Bohn's Illustrated Edition, 8vo, is listed in the "English Cata- 
logue," 1864, but is not announced in the "Publishers' Circular" during 1853. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Negro Life in the Slave 
States of America. London: T. Bosworth. \^Aug. 14,] 1852. 

8V0. BM. 92467 

The "Publishers' Circular" for Sept. i, 1852, lists an "Author's Edition" published 
by Bosworth, 8vo, pp. 500. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin: or, Life among the Lowly . . . 
With a preface by the Author, written expressly for this edition. 
London: T. Boszvorth. [Oct. 13,] 1852. 8vo. BM. 92468 

The English Catalogue lists only an 1853 edition published by Bosworth. 

Stowe. Cassell's Edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin. With eight 
illustrations. London: Cassell. 1852. l2mo. BM. 92469 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Oct. 15, 1852, no. 4081. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. By Harriet Beecher Stowe. With 
Twenty-seven Illustrations on Wood by George Cruikshank, Esq. 
London: John Cassell^ Ludgate Hill. 1852. 8vo, pp. xxiii, (l), 
391, (i). Frontispiece portrait and 27 plates. 

BM., C, CU., FAC.ADV., H., NYP. 9247O 

Listed in "Sampson Low's Catalogue of Books published ... during ... 1852," 
as appearing in December. 

First issued in 13 parts, in paper wrappers, h. (2 copies). One of the h. copies 
has an extra set of plates on India paper. Three issues in "cloth," "extra cloth, gilt 
edges," and a "superb drawing-room edition . . . Demy Octavo, extra cloth . . . gilt 
edges," are advertised in the "Publishers' Circular," Jan. 17, 1853, p. 29. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Negro Life in the Slave States 
of America . . . reprinted . . . from the tenth American edition. 
London: Clarke ^ Co. 1852. 8vo, pp. 300. BM. + [Same 
imprint and date.] l2mo. bm. + Third Edition. [Same im- 
print and date.] 8vo. bm. + New Edition, with 40 illustra- 
tions. [Same imprint and date.] + With a New Preface by 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. [Same imprint.] [1852.] i2mo, pp. 
190. bm. + With Fifty Splendid Engravings. London: Clarke 
i^ Co.y Foreign Booksellers, Fleet-st. mdccclii. [Colophon:] 



48 STOWE (h. B.). 

London: Salisbury and Co., Printer , Primrose Hill and Bouverie 
Street, Fleet Street. 8vo, added engraved title, and pp. vi, (i), 
x-xii, 380. 49 plates. bm., H. 92471 

First English edition, announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for May i, 1852, 
no. 2074. 

A statement by Clarke & Co. in October, 1852, quoted in C. E. Stowe's "Life" of 
his mother, 1889, pp. 190—192, reveals that a copy was sent from America in April 
to Bogue, the publisher, who offered it to Gilpin. On the latter's declining it, Bogue 
offered it to Henry Vizetelly, who eventually purchased it for Clarke & Co. It was 
printed by Salisbury of Bouverie Street, the following week, in an edition of 7,000 
copies. According to the publishers, they had in October "about 400 people employed 
in getting out the book, and seventeen printing machines besides hand presses. Al- 
ready about 150,000 copies of the book are in the hands of the people, and still the 
returns of the sales show no decline." 

Mr. Stowe also quotes a slightly different account from a statement by Sampson 
Low, who says that Vizetelly brought out the first issue on his own account under the 
"nominal agency of Clarke & Co." He continues: "Mr. Vizetelly disposed of his 
interest ... to the printer and agent, who joined with Mr. Beeton and at once began 
to issue monster editions . . . The discovery was soon made that any one was at lib- 
erty to reprint the book . . . From April to December, 1852, twelve different editions 
(not reissues) were published, and within the twelve months of its first appearance 
eighteen different London publishing houses were engaged in supplying the . . . 
demand . . . the total number of editions being forty ..." Low added that, after 
analyzing these editions he was able "pretty confidently to say that the aggregate 
number of copies circulated in Great Britain and the colonies exceeds one and a half 
millions." 

In the second and third issues listed, the preface is signed "G." 

The fourth and fifth of the issues listed were announced in the "Publishers' Cir- 
cular" for Sept. I, 1852, no. 3605, and Oct. i, 1852, no. 3948. 

The last of the Clarke & Co. issues entered above has the heading: "The People's 
Illustrated Edition." It was first issued in penny parts, and was announced in the 
Circular for Nov. 15, 1852, no. 4568. 

The name of C. H. Clarke & Co. appears in the imprints of the earliest of the 
Routledge issues entered below. According to William Talbot in the "American Book 
Collector," vol. 3, p. 295, Clarke & Co. produced for the trade the Piper and Co. 
edition, no. 92490, below. 

For interesting details as to the London editions, see the .above article. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin: or, Negro Life in the Slave 
States of America. London: Clarke, Beeton <y Co. [1853.] 
l6mo. BM. 92472 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin, and Key, in One Volume. 
Lojidon: Clarke, Beeton ^ Co. 1853. l2mo, pp. 630. 92473 
Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Sept. I, 1853, no. 3792. 

SrowE. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or. Life among the Lowly. A 
Tale of Slave Life in America. By Harriet Beecher Stowe. With 
above one hundred and fifty illustrations, drawn by George 
Thom.is, Esq., and T. R. Macquoid, Esq., and engraved by Wil- 
liam Thomas, Esq. London: Nathaniel Cooke, Miljord House, 
Strand. 1853. [Verso of title:] London: Bradbury and Evans, 



STOWE (h. b.). 49 

Printers extraordinary to the Queen, Whitejriors. 8vo, xii, 392, 
including added illustrated title. 10 plates. 

BM., NYP.(sCHOMBURg). 92474 
Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Oct. 15, 1852, no. 4083. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. By Mrs. H. B. Stowe. London: 
Passtnore Edwards. 1852. i2mo. 92475 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Oct. 15, 1853, no. 4083. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Mrs. H. B. Stowe; and White 
Slave, by R. Hildreth. London: Eginton. 1 853. l8mo. 92476 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for April 15, 1853, no. 1774. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. With an 
Address by the Rev. A. Fletcher. Illustrated School Edition. 
London: Farrington. 1853. i2mo. 9^477 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Feb. 16, 1853, no. 893. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin, "the Story of the Age." London: 
J. Gilbert. 1852. l8mo. BM. 92478 

Issued in September, according to "Sampson Low's Catalogue of Books published 
. . . during . . . 1852." .... 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. London: Houlston and uion^- 
man. 1853. ^^^- 9-4'^9 

Illustrated by Sears. Title from the English Catalogue. Possibly this m^y^ t/s an 
error for "Uncle Tom's Companions," published by Houlston, advertised in ihe 
"Publishers' Circular," in 1853. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin : a Tale of Life among the I.bwly ; 
or, Pictures of Slavery in the United States of America. Ttijrd 
edition. Embellished with eight spirited Engravings. Lor^dcn: 
Ingram, Cooke ^ Co. 1 852, 8vo. Added engraved title, 

BM. .92480 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Sept. 16, 1852, no. 3760. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. London: Ingram, Cooke Cif Co. 
1853. 8vo, pp. 180. BM 92481 

Forms No. 9 of the "Universal Library." Announced in the "Publishers'' CiiCMlar* 
for March i, 1853, no. 1178. The collation is supplied from the advertsement in 
the "Publishers' Circular" for Feb. 16, p. 87. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin, By Mrs. H. B. Stowe. Illus- 
trated by T. H. Nicholson. London: Lea. 1852. i2mo, '92482 

Announced In the "Publishers' Circular" for Nov. I, 1852, no. 4330. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin, By Harriet Beecher Stowe, 
London: Lloyd. 1 85 2, 8vo, 92483 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Oct. i, 1852, no. t.cti.i.. 



50 STOWE (h. B.). 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. London: Longman. 1853. ^^°- 

Title from the English Catalogue. 92484 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly. By 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. Illustrated Edition. Complete in one vol- 
ume. Designs by Billings; engraved by Baker, Smith, and An- 
drew. London: SoTnfson Lowy Son and CoTnfany^ 47 Ludgate 
Hill. 1853. ^^°' added engraved title, and pp. 560. Frontispiece 
portrait. BM., nyh. 92485 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Jan. i, 1853, no. 262. 

Published uniformly with the Sampson Low edition of the "Key to Uncle Tom's 
Cabin." See the advertisement on p. 172 of the "Publishers' Circular" for May 2, 
1853. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Slave Life in America. By 
Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. London: T. Nelson &' Sons. 1852. 
i2mo. + With a Memoir of the Authoress. . . . London: T. 
Nelson ^ Sons, Paternoster Rozv ; and Edinburgh. M.DCCC.LIII. 
[Colophon:] Thomas Nelson and Sons, Edinburgh. l2mo, pp. 
(4), xxii, 587. Frontispiece. ba., em. 92486 

The first of these issues was announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for Oct. 15, 
I8-5-2, no. 4082, and the second in the issue for Feb. 16, 1853, no. 892. 

St-qwe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or The History of a Christian 
Slave. By Harriet Beecher Stowe, with an Introduction and Fron- 
tispiece designed by Anelay. London: Partridge & Oakey, Pater- 
noster Row; and 70, Edgware Road. [Verso of title.] London: 
Partridge and Oakey, Printers, Oxford Mews, Oxford Square, 
Hyde Park. [1852?] 1 2 mo, pp. xii, 275, including frontispiece. 

'] AAS., BM. 92487 

On printed board cover: Partridge and Oakey's Shilling Edition. 
P,ac-ti;idge and Oakey advertised the three following editions in the "Publishers' 
Circular" for Sept. i6, 1852, p. 322: Partridge and Oakey's Shilling Edition, 
'People'^ Illustrated Edition, and Standard Illustrated Edition. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. With twehe illustrations on 
wood, designed by Anelay. London: Partridge & Oakey. 1852. 
8vo. Added engraved title. BM. 92488 

SyoWE. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, The History of a Christian 
Slave.. By Harriet Beecher Stowe. With an Introduction by Elihu 
Burrirt. Illustrated by sixteen engravings by Johnston, from orig- 
inal il.-s'igns by Anelay. (Verbatim from the American Edition.) 
London: Partridge and Oakey, Paternoster Roiu, and JO, Edg- 
ware' koad. Saunders ^ Otley, Conduit Street. 1 852. [Verso 
of title:] Partridge and Oakey, Printers, Paddington. 8vo, added 



STOWE (h. B.). 51 

engraved title, and pp. xiv, (i), 524, list of books (4). 19 plates. 
AAS., BM., H. + London. 1853. ^^°- 92489 

Information concerning the 1853 issue from the catalogue of the Stanclifield sale 
at the Anderson Galleries, January 24—26, 1923, no. iiio. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Negro Life in the Slave States 
of America. By Harriet Beecher Stowe. London: Piper Brother's 
and Co. 1852. l2mo, pp. (4), 188. C. 92490 

According to Talbot, In the "American Book Collector," vol. 3, 1933, p. 295, this 
edition was first published in numbers, and was produced by Clarke & Co. for the trade. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin ; or, Negro Life in the Slave States 
of America. By Harriet Beecher Stowe. Embellished with Eight 
Engravings. London: G. Routledge and Co.; C. H. Clarke 
and Co. MDCCCLII. [Colophon:] London: Salisbury and Co., 
Printers y Bouverie-street and Primrose-hill, Fleet-street. 8vo, pp. 
vi, 351. 8 plates. BM., nyh. 92491 

In the "Publishers' Circular" for Oct. 15, 1852, p. 354, three editions were adver- 
tised by Routledge: Family Edition, Drawing-Room Table Edition, and Railway 
Shilling Edition. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Negro Life in the Slave States 
of America. Third Edition. With forty illustrations. London: 
Routledge <y Co.y &' Clarke & Co. 1 852. 8vo. BM. 92492 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. A Tale of Life among the Lowly. 
By Harriet Beecher Stowe. With a Preface by the Right Hon. 
the Earl of Carlisle. London: George Routledge and Co., Far- 
ringdon Street. 1 852. [Colophon:] Printed by Cox {Brothers) 
and Wyman, Great Queen Street. l6mo, pp. xvi, 302. B. 92493 

The FAC.ADV. catalogue lists a "New Edition" with this title, and gives the size 
as 8vo. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. By Harriet Beecher Stowe, with 
a Preface by the Earl of Carlisle; and the White Slave, by R. 
Hildreth. London: Routledge. 1852. 2 vols, in one, i2mo, 
pp. 600. 92494 

Issued in the series of "Routledge's Standard Novels." Announced in the "Pub- 
lishers' Circular" for Nov. 15, 1852, no. 4565. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin ; A Tale of Life among the Lowly. 
By Harriet Beecher Stowe. With a Preface, by the Right Hon. 
The Earl of Carlisle. Illustrated by Phiz, Gilbert, and Harvey. 
London: George Routledge i^ Co. Farringdon Street. 1 853. 
[Verso of title:] London: R. Clay, Printer, Bread Street Hill. 
l2mo, added ornamental title, and pp. xvi, 9—480. II plates. 

BM., NYH. 92495 



52 STOWE (h. B.). 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. By Mrs. Stowe. London: Simms 
^ MUntyrc. 1852. l2mo. BM. 92496 

Forms vol. 84 of the "Parlour Library." Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" 
for Oct. 15, 1852, no. 4084. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. With introductory remarks by J. 
Sherman. London: J. Snow. 1852. 8vo. BM. 92497 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. The Great American Novel, 
To be completed in Six Weekly Numbers, Price One Penny each. 
[Colophon of no. I :] London: Vickers, 334, Strand; and all 
Booksellers. [Colophon of no. 6:] London: T. C . Johns , Printer y 
Wine Office Court^ Fleet Street. [1852.] 4to, pp. 96. 

NYH. 92498 

Caption title. Issued in six numbers of 16 pages each, paged continuously. 
In the colophons of nos. 4 and 5, the publisher's address is given as "28 (£f 29, 
Holywell Street." No. 6 has only the printer's imprint. 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for September 1 6, 1852, no. 3761. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Second edititon. . . . Reprinted 
verbatim from the American edition. London: G. Vickers. 
[1852.] 4to. BM. 92499 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Standard illustrated edition. 
London; Ifswich [printed 1857]. l2mo. BM., fac.adv. 92500 

Part of the "Run and Read Library." 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin, or Life among the Lowly. Picture 
of Slavery in the United States of America. By Harriett Beecher 
Stowe. y^ Paris, chez Baudry, quai Malaguais, 3. Impr. de Thu- 
not, a Paris. 1853. i2mo. Portrait. 92501 

Title fr<jm "Ribliographie de la France," 1853, no. 763. 

Adaptations, Dramatizations, Etc. 

Stowe. All about Little Eva, from "Uncle Tom's Cabin." 
London. 1853. l2mo. BM. 92502 

Stowe. All about Poor Little Topsy; from "Uncle Tom's 
Cabin." Londoyi. 1853. i2mo. BM., fac. adv. 92503 

Stowe. The Christian Slave. A Drama, founded on a portion 
of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Dramatized by Harriet Beecher Stowe, 
expressly for the readings of Mrs. Mary E. Webb. Boston: Phillip, 
Sampson (^ Company, No. 13 Winter Street. 1 855. [Verso 



STOWE (h. b.). 53 

of title:] Stereotyfed by Hobart ts? Robbins, New England Type 
and Stereotype Foundry , Boston. l2mo, pp. 67. 

B., C, H., M., NYH., Y. 925O4 

Mrs. Stowe has not reserved her rights in the dramatization of her novel. For the 
most successful of the plays by others, see below, Uncle Tom's Cabin . . . dramatized 
by George L. Aiken. 

Stowe. The Juvenile Uncle Tom's Cabin. Arranged for 
Young Readers. By Mrs. Crowe. London. 1853. i6mo. 

BM. 92505 

[Stowe.] A Peep into Uncle Tom's Cabin. See no. 59532, 

vol. 14. BM., FAC.ADV. 92506 

An adaptation for children, written by Mrs. Stowe. For Dutch and French trans- 
lations, see Kijkje, and Coup-d'oeil, entered with the translations of the complete 
work in those languages. 

[Stowe.] Pictures and Stories [for children] from Uncle 
Tom's Cabin. Boston: Published by John P. Jezvett. 1853. 4^°' 
pp. 32. 92507 

Title from the catalogue of the Bieber sale at the American Art Association, No- 
vember 13, 1923, no. 648. 

Stowe. Pictures and Stories from Uncle Tom's Cabin. (De- 
signed to adapt Mrs. Stowe's narrative to the understandings of the 
youngest readers). Edinburgh. 1853. 4^°* ^^' 92508 

Stowe. True Stories from Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Mrs. 
Beecher Stowe. London: Darton and Co. 1853. 9^509 

Title from an advertisement in the "Publishers' Circular" for January 17, 1853, 
p. 29. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Adapted for Young Persons by 
Mrs. Crowe. London. Routledge £2? Co. 1 853. 8vo, pp. 404. 
BM. + [Same imprint.] 1854. i8mo, pp. 214. 925 lO 

The first edition was announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for March I, 1853, 
no. 1177, and the second in the issue for Jan. i6, 1854, no. 548. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Adapted for young persons by 
Mrs. Crowe. With a preface by Mrs. Stowe. London: Sampson 
Low, Son ^ Co. 1853. i2mo. 925 n 

Listed in "Sampson Low's Catalogue of Books published ... during ... 1853," 
p. 56. This may be the same as the "Juvenile Uncle Tom's Cabin" at em., listed 
above. 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin, a Sheet of Twenty-two coloured 
Illustrations, dissected as a Puzzle, and accompanied by a Book 
of Extracts from the Original Work, adapted to the use of Chil- 
dren. London: John Betts. 185-? 92512 

VOL. XXIV. 4 



54 STOWE (h. b.). 

Advertised on p. [3] of a catalogue of publications of John Belts, issued at the 
end of "A Tour through the British Colonies," published probably in the fifties, as 
the date, Feb. 1852, appears in the advertisements. 

[Stowe.] . . . Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly. 
A Domestic Drama, in Six Acts. Dramatized by George L. 
Aiken. To which are added a description of the costume — cast of 
the characters — entrances and exits — relative positions of the per- 
formers on the stage, and the whole of the stage business. As per- 
formed at the principal English and American theaters. New 
York: Samuel French, 122 Nassau Street , {Up Stairs.) [On 
cover:] French &' Wheat, Printers, 18 Ann Street, Neiv York. 

[i860?] I2mo, pp. 60. BM., NYP., P., Y. 92513 

With heading: French's Standard Drama. The Acting Edition. No. ccxvii. 

In the New York City directories, French and Wheat are located at 18 Ann St. 
from 1858/9 to 1865/6. 

Another undated issue, with the same collation, has a similar publishers' imprint 
on the title, and on the cover: New York: Samuel French- &' Son, Publishers, No. 
122 Nassau Street. London: Samuel French, Publisher, 89 Strand, nyp. It is pos- 
sible that some of the copies located are of this issue. 

As Mrs. Stowe had not reserved her dramatic rights, there were a number of ver- 
sions brought out on the American, British, and French stage. As early as August, 
1852, an unsuccessful play by C. W. Taylor was given at Purdy's National Theatre 
in New York. Aiken's play was first put on at the Museum in Troy, N. Y., in Sep- 
tember of that year, and had a run of too nights. During the following year it had 
a great success at Purdy's National Theatre. See Quinn's "History of the American 
Drama," 1923, pp. 288-289. 

The version was reprinted in M. J. Moses' "Representative Plays by American 
Dramatists," vol. 2, 1925. 

.\ dramatization was also published In London, with a separate undated title page, 
in "Lacy's Acting Edition of Plays," vol. 12. bm., nyp., y. 

Translations. 

In preparing the list of translations of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," we have found 
helpful the bibliography compiled by George Bullen, keeper of the printed books In 
the British Museum, first published in 1878 with Houghton, Mifflin and Company's 
edition of the work. It was later revised for inclusion in Kate B. Knight's "History 
of the Work of Connecticut Women at the World's Columbian Exposition," 1898, 
pp. 104-123. 

.•\cknowlcdgment should also be made of the assistance received from Grace Edith 
MacLcaii's "'Uncle Tom's Cabin' In Germany," 1910, published by the University 
of I'ennsylvania as no. 10 of the new series of "Americana Germanlca." The work 
includes information as to the literature relating to the novel published In that 
century. 

The translations arc arranged in the following order: .Armenian, Bohemian, 
Danish, Dutch and Flemish, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, 
Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Roumanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, 
Sv.rdish, and Welsh. 

The arrangcnu-nt within each group is the same as that of the English editions, 
with the exception of the French titles, which are entered alphabetically by the name 
of the translator. 



STOWE (h. b.). 55 

ARMENIAN. 

Stowe. [Uncle Tom's Cabin, in Armenian. Venice.] 1854. 
2 vols., i2mo, pp. (19), 368, 2 plates; 495, 2 plates. 

BA, BM., H. 92514 

A letter from Rev. Mr. Dvvight to Professor Stowe from Constantinople, dated 
Sept. 8, 1855, states that the "translation has been made and book printed at Venice 
by a fraternity of Catholic Armenian monks perched there on the Island of St. 
Lazarus." See the introduction to the Riverside edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1892, 
vol. I, p. lii. 

BOHEMIAN. 

Stowe. Strejcek Tom, cili: Otroctvi ve svobodne Americe. 
Povidka pro mlady a dospely vek, vzdelana die anglickeho romance 
od pani Harriet Beecher Stowe. V Pra'ze. 1853. i2mo. 92515 

Title from BuUen's revised bibliography, 1898, p. 113. 

Stowe. Stryc Tomas, aneb Obrazy ze zivota cernych otroku v 
Americe, z anglickeho pani Harriet Beecher Stowe. V Brne: Win- 
tker. 1854. 8vo,pp. 181. BM. 92516 

Much abridged. Name of publisher and collation from Kayser. 

DANISH. 

Stowe. Onkel Thomas, eller Negerlivet i Amerikas Slavestater. 
Af Harriet Beecher Stowe. Oversat fra den nordamerikanske Orig- 
inal af Capt. Schadtler. Kjobenhavn. Forlagt a] Univer site ts bog- 
handler Andr. Fred. Host. Trust hos S. Trier. 1 853. l6mo, pp. 
xiii, 616. B., BM.92517 

Stowe. Onkel Toms Hytte, eller Negerliv i de amerikanske 
Slavestater . . . Oversat af P. V. Grove. Kjobenhavn. 1856. 8vo. 

BM. 92518 

DUTCH AND FLEMISH. 

Stowe. De Hut van Oom Tom, of het Leven der Negerslaven 
in Noord-Amerika. Naar het Fransch van de La Bedolliere, door 
W. L. Ritter. Batavia. 1853. 8vo. 92519 

Title from BuUen's revised bibliography, 1898, p. 113. 

Stowe. De Hut von Onkel Tom, eene Slaven-Geschiedenis. 
Door Harriet Beecher Stowe. Naer het Engelsch. . . . Genty By 
Hostey Boekhandelaer in de V eldstraety 45 . [ Verso of title :] Druk- 
kery van J. M. Bauzvens, Korianderstraet, 25. [1852.] 3 vols., 
l2mo, pp. (4), ii, 7-168; 180; 174,(2). BM.,H. 92520 

Covers all volumes dated 1852. 



56 STOWE (h. B.). 

Stowe. De Negerhut. (Uncle Tom's Cabin.) Een Verhael uit 
het Slavenleven in Noord-Amerika. Door Harriet Beecher Stowe. 
Naar den 20^^^" Amerikaanschen Druk uit het Engelsch vertaald 
door C. M. Mensing. . . . Derde Druk. Haarlem^ A. C. Krusemayi. 

1853. 2 vols., 1 2 mo, half title, engraved title, pp. iii-vi, 7-312; 
156,187-198,169-336. BM.,H. 92521 

Title from vol. 2. The h. copy of vol. i has only engraved title: De Negerhut 
(Uncle Tom's Cabin) Een verhaal uit het slavenleven in Noord-Amerika. Door 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. Derde Druk. ... Haarlem. A. C. Kruseman. 1853. 

Brinkman lists five editions with the same title and imprint as above, all dated 

1854, the first in two volumes, 8vo ; the second and third in two volumes, izmo; 
and the fourth and fifth, both called "Volksuitgave," in one volume, i2mo. 

Stowe. De Neger hut, of het Leven der Negerslaven in Amer- 
ika. Uit Engelsch vertaald door P. Munnich. . . . ^ocrabaya: E. 
Fiihri. 1853. 2vols., l2mo. 92522 

Title from Bullen's revised bibliography, 1898, p. 114. Imprint and collation 
from Bartlett, no. 47S4. 

Also: Een kijkje in de hut van oom Tom, door tante Marie, voor hare neefjes en 
nichtjes. Met eene toespraak van de schrijfstcr aan de jeugd. Uit het Eng. door 
A. G. Bruinses. Sneek: Van Druten & Blecker. {J. F. v. Druten.) 1853. 8vo. 
6 plates. A Dutch translation of a Peep into Uncle Tom's Cabin, no. 59532, vol. 14, 
which is an adaptation for children written by Mrs. Stowe. Title from Bnnknian. 

FINNISH. 

Stowe. Seta Tuomon Tupa, lyhykaisesti kerrottu ja kauniilla 
kuvauksilla valaistu. Turussa: J. W. Lillja ja Kumff. 1 856. 
Obl.4to, pp. 23. 8 plates. BM. + [Same imprint and date.] i6mo, 
pp.30. 92523 

An abridged translation. 

Information from "Suomalainen kirjallisuus ... La litterature finnoise I544~ 
1877," p. 16. 

FRENCH. 

Following the Brussels edition, in which the name of the translator is not given, 
the French editions are arranged alphabetically by the name of the translator. The 
adaptations follow the complete editions. 

Stowe. La case de I'oncle Tom. Bruxclles: A.heheguc. 1852. 
3 vols., l8mo, pp. 156; 160; 192. 92524 

Title from the "Bibliographic de la Bclgique," 1852, no. 1055. 

Stowe. Almanach pour 1854. La Case de I'oncle Tom, par 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. Traduction de Louis Barre, illustree de 25 
gravurcs par Bocourt. A Paris, chrz Bry aincy rue Guenr gaudy 27. 
— Imprim. f/r ]VaUrr,a Paris. [1853.] l6mo. BIB. NAT. 92525 

Title from "Bibliographic de la France," 1853, no. 6284. 



STOWE (h. b.). 57 

Stowe. La Case de I'Oncle Tom, par Madame H. Beecher 
Stowe, traduction faite a la demande de I'auteur, par Madame L. 
Sw. Belloc, avec une preface de Madame Beecher Stowe, ecrite par 
elle pour cette traduction, precedee d'une notice sur sa vie par Mme. 
L. Sw, Belloc et ornee de son portrait grave par M. Fr. Girard. 
Paris: G. Cha?- fender. Imfrim. de Gratiot^ a Paris. 1853. l2mo, 
BIB. NAT., BM. + Nouv. ed, [Same imprint.] [185-?] i2mo, 
pp. (4), xix, 596. Frontispiece portrait. c. 92526 

The authorised French edition. 

According to "Bibliographic de la France," 1853, no. 1880, Mile. Adelaide de 
Montgolfier was a co-translator. 

Stowe. La Case de I'Oncle Tom, ou Sort des Negres Esclaves. 
. . . Traduction novelle par M. L. Carion, precedee d'une etude sur 
I'ouvrage [by H. Carion] . A Cambraiy che-z Pauteur ; a Paris, che-z 
DentUj Palais-Royal. — Imf. de Carion, Cambrai. 1 853. 2 vols., 

I2mo. BIB. NAT. , BM. 92527 

Imprint from "Bibliographie de la France," 1853, no. 6603. 

Stowe. Les Mysteres de I'Esclavage aux Etats-Unis. Traduction 
par J. M. Cayla. Pflm: Administration de librairie. 1 853. 2 vols., 

8vo. BIB. NAT. 92528 

A translation of Uncle Tom's Cabin, and Hildreth's "White Slave." Imprint from 
Lucas, p. 247. 

Stowe. La Case de I'oncle Tom. Traduit de I'anglais de M"-*-" 
Harriet Beecher Stowe, par M. Louis Enault. A Paris, Imprim. de 
Schiller aine. 1853. Folio. -{- A Paris, chez Hachette. — Imf.de 
Lahure,a Paris. 1853. l6mo. -{-Paris. 1853. l2mo. + [Same 
imprint as second edition listed.] 1855. i6mo. BM. + [Same im- 
print.] 1859. i8mo, pp. viii, 440. bib. nat. 92529 

The first of these issues appeared in the "Publications litteraires du Pays, journal 
de I'empire." . . 

The 1853 edition in i6mo, and that of 1855, were issued in the "Bibliotheque des 
chemins de fer;" the 1853 edition in i2mo, and that of 1859, in the "Bibliotheque 
des meilleurs romans ctrangers." 

Information from "Bibliographie de la France," 1853, nos. 816 and 4378; 1855, 
no. 2175; and 1859, no. 6507. Information concerning the 1853 edition in i2mo 
from Bullen's revised bibliography, 1898, p. 114. 

Stowe. Le Pere Tom, ou Vie des negres en Amerique; par 
Henriette Beecher Stowe. Traduction de La Bedolliere. A Paris, 
chezGustave Barba. — Imf.dePlon,aParis. 1852. l8mo. 93530 

On cover: "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Information from the 'Bibliographie de la 
France," 1852, no. 6745. 



c8 STOWE (h. B.). 

Stowe. La Case de I'oncle Tom, ou Vie des negres en Amer- 
ique; par Henriette Beecher Stowe. Traduction de La Bedolliere. 
Illustrations anglaises. A Paris, che-z. G. Barba, rue de Seine, 31. — 
Imp. de Plon, a Paris. 1852. 4to. + [Same imprint and date.] 
Small 8vo. -j- [Same imprint.] 1853. Large 8vo with 48 vig- 
nettes. + Nouvelle edition, augmentee d'une notice de George 
Sand. [Same imprint and date.] i2mo, pp. (4), viii, 324. BM., c. 
+ [Same imprint.] 1854. 4to. + [Same imprint.] 1859. 4to, 
pp. 1 12. + Paris, Publie far Gustave Barba, libraire-editeur. Rue 
de Seine, 31. 20. [Colophon:] Paris — Imfr. Lacour et C'^, rue 
Soufflot, 16. [185-?] 4to, pp. (2), 112 including illustrations in 
the text. AAs., bib.nat., bm. 92531 

Titles, of all except the last edition listed, from "Bibliographic de la France," 
1852, nos. 6969, 6970 and 7188; 1853, no. 501; 1854, no. 4212; and 1859, no. 
6090. In each case Plon is given as the printer. 

All of the issues except the first of those listed have the title changed to read, "La 
Case du pere Tom." 

The 1852 edition in 4to, and that of 1854, were issued in the tenth series of the 
"Pantheon populaire." bib.nat. has another undated edition in 4to, which was 
issued in this series. The 1859 edition listed in "Bibliographic de la France" was 
issued in the scries, "Romans populaires illustres." 

In addition to the above editions published in 1852, Lucas lists an edition in large 
8vo without vignettes. He also gives the date of publication of the 8vo edition with 
48 vignettes as 1852, but that is probably an error as the announcement of the work 
in the "Bibliographic de la France" for Dec. 4, 1852, no. 6970, states that It is to be 
published in 1853. See Lucas' bibliography of Mrs. Stowe included in his "La lit- 
terature anti-esclavagiste," 1930. 

At the foot of the title page of the a.^s. copy undated issue is stamped the follow- 
ing: New York, Roe Lockcvood &' Son. 

Stowe. La Cabane de I'oncle Tom, ou la Vie des negres en 
Amerique. Par M^e Henriette Stowe. Traduction complete par 
Alfred Michicls. Paris: Gamier jreres. 1 85 2. l8mo. bib.nat. 
+ Deuxieme edition. Paris, Gamier Freres, Libraires, lO, rue 
Richelieu, et Palais-Royal^ 215. 1853. [ Verso of half title :] Paris. 
— Imf. de M'"^ V^ Dondey- Dufre, rue Saint-Louis, 46, au Marais. 
i6mo, pp. xii, 503. b. -\- Troisieme edition. [Same imprint and 
date.] i8mo. -(- Avec une biographic de I'auteur. Quatrieme edi- 
tion, revue ct corrigee. [Same imprint and date.] l2mo. 

BM. 92532 

Titles of the first, third and fourth editions from "Bibliographic de la France," 
1852, no. 7186; and 1853, nos. 19 and 2028. 

SrcnvE. La Case dc I'Oncle Tom ou Tableaux de I'esclavage 
dans Ics £tats-Unis d'Amerique; par Mistress Harriet Beecher 
Stowe. Traduction nouvelle par Old Nick [i. e. P. E. Daurand 
Forgucs] & Adolphc Joanne, collaborateurs de la Revue britan- 



STOWE (h. b.). 59 

nique. Precedee d'un portrait et de la biographie de I'auteur; ornee 
d'un grand nombre de gravures d'apres les dessins de George Cruik- 
shank; suivie de poesies composees par des negres et d'une notice 
la colonic de Liberia. Paris. Anx Bureaux du Magasin f'lttorcsquCy 
rue Jacob, 30. I 853. [Verso of half title:] Tyfographie dc J, 
Best, rue Poupee, 7, a Paris. 8vo, pp. xij, 563, including portrait. 
B., BIB.NAT., BM. -^ Paris: Dclahays. 1857. 8^<3- 92533 

A French edition with illustrations by Cruikshank, probably the same as the above, 
was advertised by John Cassell of London in the "Publishers' Circular" for July 16, 
1853, p. 285. 

Information as to the 1857 edition from "Les livres de I'enfance du "SN^ au XIX^ 
Siecle," published by Gumuchian & Cie., [1930], vol. i, p. 393. 

Stowe. La Case de I'oncle Tom; par Mi^e H. Beecher Stowe. 
Traduite et accompagnee de notes, par M. Leon Pilatte, avec une 
preface de I'auteur. A Paris, boulevard des Italiens, 1 5 ; chez Victor 
Lecou. — Imf. de Kaqon, a Paris. 1 852. 2 vols., l8mo. -\- Publi- 
cation de la Prcsse. 1853. Folio. + Nouvelle edition, revue et 
corigee, augmentee d'une preface de I'auteur, ecrite specialement 
pour cette edition, et d'une introduction par George Sand. Traduc- 
tion autorisee et approuvee par Mn^^ B. Stowe. [Same imprint as the 
first edition.] 1853. i2mo. bm. 92534 

Title of the first edition from "Bibliographie de la France," 1852, no. 7622. 
Information as to the second edition listed, from Lucas, "La littcrature anti-escla- 
vagiste," 1930, p. 249. 

Stowe. La Case de I'Oncle Tom ou Vie des negres dans les etats 
a esclaves d'Amerique, par Mistress Harriet Beecher Stowe. Tra- 
duction complete, par M. Ch. Romey et A. Rolet. Paris, Borrani et 
Dro-z, libraires-editcurs, rue des Saints-Peres, n° 9, et au Bureau de 
la Presse Littcraire, Saint-Anne, <^^. 1853. i8mo, pp. (2), 456, 
(2). H. -|- [Same imprint and date.] 8vo. 92535 

Information as to the octavo edition from Lorenz. 

Stowe. La Cabane de I'oncle Tom, ou les Noirs en Amerique; 
par Henrietta Beecher Stowe. Traduction revue, corrigee et accom- 
pagnee de notes, par Leon de Wailly et Edmond Texier. Ornee de 
4 gravures sur acier, d'apres Andrieux. A Paris, che-z Perrotin. — 
Imfr. de Claye, a Paris. 1 85 2. 8vo. + [Same imprint.] 1853. 
l2mo, pp. 456. + Troisieme edition. Paris. [1853?] ^^'*^* ^^' 
+ Imf rim. de Grimaux, a Paris. — A Paris, rue du Croissant, 16. 
1853. 4^0. -\- [Another edition with fewer pages.] [Same imprint 
and date.] 4to. + Quatrieme edition. Ornee de six gravures sur 
acier, d'apres Gavarni, Andrieux et d'Aubigny. A Paris, che% Dela- 
hays, rue Voltaire, 4 et 6. Imfr. de Racon, a Paris. 1856. 8vo. 



60 STOWE (h. B.). 

+ Quatrieme edition. Paris. Adolphe DelahaySy Libra'ire-Editeur y 
4-6, rue Voltaire, 4—6. [Colophon :] Imfrimerie de J. Claye et C^, 
rueSaint-BenoU. [1856?] 8 vo, added engraved title, and pp. (4), 
456. 4 plates. H. 92536 

The first edition was published in fourteen parts. 

Information concerning the first, fourth, fifth and sixth editions listed, supplied 
from "Ijiblographie de la France," 1852, no. 7187; 1853, nos. 20 and 2478; and 
1856, no. 10265, and concerning the second from Bartlett, no. 4764. 

A "deuxieme edition" in 8vo is listed in the ''Bibliographic," 1853, no. 195, and 
is probably the edition described by Bartlett. 

The "Bibliographie" says of the first edition published by Grimaux, "Publication 
du journal Le Siecle," and of the second Grimaux edition, "Partie de la 15^ serie 
du Musee litteraire du Siecle." 

ADAPTATIONS IN FRENCH. 

Stowe. Abrege de I'histoire de I'Oncle Tom, a I'usage de la 
jeunesse. Leipzig: Baumgartner. 1857. i6mo, pp. 2 12. 92537 

Forms vol. 24 of the "Petite bibliotheque frangaise." Information from Kayser, 
and Bullen's revised bibliography, 1898, p. 115. 

Stowe. La Case de I'Oncle Tom. Chanson nouvelle, d'apres 
le drame de ce nom. Paris. 1853. 4^°* 92538 

By "L. C." Information from Bullen's revised bibliography, 1898, p. 115. 

[Stowe.] La Case de I'Oncle Tom. Drame en huit actes par 
Mm. [Philippe-Frangois Pinel, called] Dumanoir et [Adolphe 
Philippe, called] D'Ennery. Decors de Mm. Philastre, Daran et 
Duflocq, Musique de M. Artus, represente pour la premiere fois, a 
Paris, sure le theatre de I'Ambigu-Comique, le 18 Janvier 1853. 
Paris: Michel Levy Freres, Libraires-Editeurs rue Vivienne, 2 bis. 
^853. [Colophon:] Paris. — Typ. de AI'"" V'^ Dondey-Dypre, r. 
St-Louisj 46, au Marais. l2mo, pp. 108. nyp., y. 92539 

Forms vol. 69 of the "Bibliotheque dramatique." Reprinted in "Le theatre con- 
tcmporain illustre," ser. 80, 1859. bm., nyp. 

Stowe. La Case de I'oncle Tom. Traduit de I'anglais par M. 
Victor Ratier. Edition revue et annotee par M. I'abbe Paul Jou- 
hanneaud. A Limoges et a Paris, chez Ardant. — Imp. d* Ardent. 
1853. 8vo. + [Same imprint.] 1857. i2mo, pp. 192. Plate. 

92540 

Adapted fdr children. Information from "Bibliographie de la France," 1853, no. 
7885 i and 1857, no. 3886. 

SrowE. La Case de I'oncle Tom, de Mn^^^ Stowe, racontee aux 
cnfants par M"i<-' Arabella Palmer. Traduit de I'anglais par M. 
Alphonse Violet. A Paris, chez Bedelet, rue des Grands-Augustins, 
20. — Imp. de Ra^on,aParis. 1853. 8vo. 8 lithographs. 92541 



STOWE (h. B.). 6 1 

Title from "Bibliographic de la France," 1853, no. 3784. An undated edition is 
given in "Les livres de I'enfance du XV^ au XIX^ siecle," published by Gumuchian 
& Cie, vol. I, [1930], p. 393, the date of publication suggested as about 1855. This 
may be the same as the preceding, as the entry in the "Bibliographie" would not 
indicate whether or not the date of publication would appear on the title. 

Stowe. La Case de I'oncle Tom, ou les Malheurs d'une famille 
esclave. Romance tiree du roman et de la piece de ce nom, jouee a 
I'Ambigu, paroles de Eugene Lecart. A Parisy chez Aubert, rue du 
Platre-Saint-Jacquesy 19. — Impr. de ChnstopheyU Paris. 1853. 4'^*^* 

Title from "Bibliographie de la France," 1853, no. 815. 92542 

Stowe. Un Coup-d'ocil dans la Case de I'Oncle Tom, extrait 
de I'ouvrage de WL'^^ Henriette Beecher Stowe et destine a la jeu- 
nesse, Avec une Lettre de M"i^ Beecher Stowe adressee aux enfants. 
ToulousCy Societe des Livres Rellgicux. Defot: rue du Lucee, 14. 
1853. [Verso of half-title:] Toulouse, Imp. de Chauvin et Feilles, 
rue Mirepoixy 3. l2mo, pp. 322. 6 plates. nyp. 92543 

A translation of a "Peep into Uncle Tom's Cabin," no. 59532, vol. 14, which is 
an adaptation prepared by Mrs. Stowe. 

[Stowe]. Elisa ou un chapitre de I'Oncle Tom. Comedie en 
deux actes, par M. Arthur de Beauplan. Representee pour la pre- 
miere fois, a Paris, sur le Theatre du Gymnase le 21 fevrier 1853. 
[Colophon:] Poissy. — Typographie Arbieu. \^Paris. 1 853?] l2mo, 
pp.48. NYP., Y. 92544 

Caption title. Forms vol. 70 of the "Bibliotheque Dramatique," which was pub- 
lished by Michel Levy, freres. 

Stowe. Noirs et blancs. Scenes d'Esclavage d'apres Mme. H. 
Beecher Stowe. Paris: LebrunetCi^. 1856. l8mo. 24 engrav- 
ings. 92545 

Title from Lucas, "La littcrature anti-esdavagiste," 1930, p. 246. 

[Stowe.] L'OncleTom. Drame en cinq actes et neuf tableaux, 
par Mm. Edmond Texier et L. de Wailly. Represente pour la 
premiere fois, a Paris, sur le Theatre de la Gaite le 23 Janvier 1853. 
Paris: Michel Levy, Freres y Libraires EditeurSy rue Vivienriy 2 bis. 
1853. [Colophon:] Poissy. — Typographie Arbieu. i2mo, pp. 80. 
r , ,,,.,,. ,, , . BM., NYP., Y. 92546 

forms vol. 49 of the "Bibliotheque dramatique." 

Reprinted in folio in 1854 in the eleventh series of "Le Theatre contemporain 

illustre." BM., H., NYP. 

Stowe. L'Oncle Tom raconte aux enfans par Mile, de Con- 
stant. Paris: Borrani et Dro-z. [185-.?] l2mo, pp. 420. 92547 

Title from Bartlett, no. 4765. Probably published after I 860, as it is not listed in 
the "Bibliographie de la France," from 1852 to 1861. 



62 STOWE (h. B.). 

See also: Jules Rostaing's "Voyage dans les deux Ameriques ou Les neveux de 
rOncle Tom," Paris, 1854. 8vo. Title from Lucas, "La litterature anti-esclavagiste," 
1930, p. 267. 

GERMAN. 

Arranged alphabetically by place of publication, and secondarily by publishers. 
This arrangement is to facilitate the briefer entry of similar issues. The first German 
editions were published in 1852. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Negerleben in den Sklaven- 
staaten Amerikas. Aus des Englischen. Mit 6 Holzschnitten. Ber- 
lin: Brandts \_Falckcnbcrg u. Co.] 1853. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. 210; 
189; 160. BM. 92548 

Imprint and collation from Kayser. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Negerleben in den Sklaven- 
staaten Amerikas, aus dem Engl. Berlin: [Davids Buchh. Wessel- 
mann ^ Co.] 1853. 3 vols., 8 vo, pp. 210; 189; 160. 4 plates. 

92549 

Title from MacLean, " 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' in Germany," 1910, no. i8. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom, oder Sklavenleben in der Republik Amer- 
ika. Berlin: Janke. 1852. 8vo, pp. 357. 92550 

Title from Kayser. MacLean, "'Uncle Tom's Cabin' in Germany," 1910, no. 6, 
gives the title as "Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder . . ." 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Negerleben in den Sklaven- 
staaten Amerikas, aus dem Engl. Berlin: Albert ^acco. 1852. 2 
vols., 8vo, pp. 524. 6 plates. 92551 

Title from MacLean, no. 6. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Ein Roman aus dem Leben der 
Sklaven in Amerika. (Mit sechs sauberen Holzschnitten geziert.) 
2. Aufl. Berlin: Albert ^acco. [1853.] 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 278; 
246. 6 plates. + 3. Aufl. [Same imprint, date, and collation.] 

92552 

Titles from Kayser. bm. has a copy of either the second or third edition. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Sklavenleben in den Frei- 
Staaten Amerikas, aus dem Engl. Berlin: Schnit'z.er. 1 853. 3 vols., 
Svo, pp. (4), 643. + 2. Aufl. [Same imprint, date, and collation.] 

Information from Kayser. 92553 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Einc Negergeschichtc von H. B. 
Stowe. . . . Berlin^ 1852. Verlagshandlttng des allgemeinrn deut- 
schcnVolkschrijten-Vereins. (Jul. Springer.) [Colophon:] Drtick 
von Morit-z Kat-z {Gebriider Kafz) ifi Dessau. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. 
(4), 219, (1); (4), 228; (4), 203, (l). RM., H., Y. 92554 

Hdch. 4-6, Jahrg. 5 of "Allgemeine deutsche Volks-Bibliothek." — bm. 



STOWE (h. B.). 63 

Stowe. Oheim Tom's Hiitte; oder, das Leben bei den Niedri- 
gen, von Harriet Beecher Stowe. Uebersetzt von Hugo Rudolph 
Hutten. Boston: J. P. J cwctt und Conipagtiie ; Cleveland, O.: 
J ewetty Proctor yUndWorthington. 1 853. [Verso of title:] Cam- 
bridge , Sterreotyfirt von Me teal f und Comfagnie, Universitaets- 
buchdrucker. 8vo, pp. vi, 176. Frontispiece. bm., c. 92555 

Stowe. Onkel Tom oder Schilderungen aus dem Leben in den 
Sklavenstaaten Nordamerika's. Von Harriet Beecher Stowe. Nach 
der 35sten englischen Auflage von J. S. Lowe. . . . Hamburg. Ver- 
lag von Robert Kittler. 1853. [Colophon:] Druekt der Teub- 
ner^schen Oficin in Leipzig. 2 vols., i2mo, pp. (2), v— ix, (i), 
264; (4), 224. B.,BM. 92556 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Negerleben in den Sklaven- 
staaten von Nordam. mit 40 Illus. Karlsruhe: Herder^sch. Buchh. 

1852. 92557 

Title from MacLean, no. 9. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Negerleben in den Sklaven- 
staaten von Amerika mit der Biogr. der Verfasserin und einer Vor- 
rede v. E. Burritt. Vollstandige u. wohlfeilste Steriotypausg. nebst 
Portrait. Leipzig: Friedlein. 1 853. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xvi, 448. 
Portrait. 92558 

Title from MacLean, no. 21. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Negerleben in den Sklaven- 
staaten von Amerika. Von Harriet Stowe, geb. Beecher. Nach der 
20 amerikan. Aufl. aus dem Engl. Nebst der neuen von der Ver- 
fasserin eigens fiir Europa geschriebenen Vorrede. Vollstandige und 
wohlfeilste Stereot.-Ausg. Mit Portr. in Stahlst. Leipzig: Friedlein. 

1853. 8vo, pp. viii, 326. Portrait. 9^559 

Forms vol. i of "Neue Volks-Bibliothek," edited by A. Schradcr. Title from 
Kayser, where is listed also a specially illustrated issue with 16 plates at a higher 
price. Reissued ten times in 1853. bm. has a copy of the ninth edition. 

MacLean, no. 22. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Negerleben in den Sclaven- 
staaten des freien Nordamerika von Harriet B. Stowe. Frei nach 
d. 10. engl. Originalausg. bearb. v. Ungewitter. Leipzig. Hart- 
leben. 1852. 8vo, pp. 240. + Pest u. Wien: C. A. Rartlehcn. 
1853. 8vo, pp. 240. 92560 

Forms parts 697—700 or vol. 317 of the "Belletristisches Lese-Cabinet." Infor- 
mation as to the 1852 edition from Kayser, and as to that of 1853 from Petrik's 
"Bibliographia hungariae." 

For a third edition published by Hartleben, lee below, the editions published at 
Wien. 



64 STOWE (h. B.). 

Stowe. Onkel Tom, oder Negerleben in den nordamerikan. 
Sklavenstaaten. V. H. B, Stowe. Nach der 10. Amerik. Aufl. 
ubers. v. W. E. Drugulin. Leifzig: Kallmann. 1 85 2. 4 vols., 
8vo, pp. 194; 196; 206; 215. 92561 

Forms vols. 9-12 of "Amerikanische Bibliothek." Information from Kayser. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Negerleben in den Sklaven- 
staaten Amerikas. Aus. dem Engl. Leifzig: J.J.Weber. 1852. 
8vo, pp. 558 [or 558 numbered columns:]. 15 plates. + [Same 
title, with the substitution of "von Nordamerika" for "Amerikas".] 
Mit 50 Illustrationem. 2 Aufl. [Same imprint.] 1853. 8vo, pp. xii, 
736 numbered columns. + 3. Aufl. mit Anmerkungen. Verm. 
Aufl. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. xii, 430. -j- 4. • • • Aufl. 
[Same imprint and collation.] 1854. bm. 92562 

The first of these editions was issued in 30 parts. Information from Kayser, who 
may have erred in giving the date of the first edition as 1852. It probably was the 
1853 edition described more fully below. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte; oder Negerleben in den Sklaven- 
staaten von Nord-Amerika. Von Harriet Beecher Stowe. Mit 40 
Illustrationem. Leipzig V erlagsbuchhandlung von J. J. Weber. 
1853. [Colophon:] Druck von Otto Wigand in Leifzig. 8vo, pp. 
viii, 556 numbered columns, two to a page, pp. (2). 39 plates. 

B., H., NYP. (sCHOMBURg). 92563 

The B. and nyp. copies have bound with them the wrappers of the parts in which 
they were originally issued. 

Stowe. Sklaverei in dem Lande der Freiheit, oder das Leben 
der Neger in den Sklavenstaaten Nordamerikas; Nach der 15 Aufl. 
v. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, mit einem Vorworte. Leifzig: D. Wigand. 

1852. 4 vols., 8vo. pp. xvi, 866. + [Same imprint and date.] 
4 vols., i6mo. pp.508. + 3. AuH. [Same imprint.] 1853. 

92564 

Information from MacLean, no. lo. The third edition as described here by 
MacLean is probably taken from an abbreviated entry of the following title. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder Sklaverei im Lande der Frei- 
heit. 3. Aufl. mit einer original Vorrede der Frau Verfasserin, und 
mit einer Einleitung uber die Sklaverei. LAfzig: D. Wigand. 

1853. 4 vols., 1 6mo, pp. XX, 109; 117; 141 ; 141. 92565 

Title from MacLean, no. 23. The collation is from Kayser. 

SrowE. [Uncle Tom's Cabin in German.] London: Sam f son 
LoWySony^ Co. 1853. ^^''^- 92566 

Advertised in the "Publishers' Circular" for May 2, 1853, p. 172. This is probably 
one of the Gcrniin translations printed elsewhere. 



STOWE (h. B.). 65 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Pesth u.Wicn: C . A . Hartlebcn. 
1853. Sec above, Hartleben's Leipzig edition. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder die Geschichte eines christ- 
lichen Sklaven v. Harriet Beecher Stowe. Stuttgart: Frankh. 1852 
[~i853-] 3 ^ols., i6mo, pp. 176; 183; xii, 312. -f Aus dem 
Engl, iibertragen v. L. Du Bois. Stuttgart: Franckh. 1853. 3 
vols., l6mo, pp. xi, 176; 183; 312. 92567 

The first edition forms parts 1871— 1881 of the "Relletristiches Ausland. Kabi- 
nt'tsbibliothek der class. Romane aller Nationen," edited by Karl Spindler. Infor- 
mation from Kayser. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte oder Das Negerleben in den Skla- 
venstaaten des freien Nordamerika. Von Henriette Stowe. In 
deutscher Auffassungsweise fiir deutsche Leser bearbeitet von Dr. 
Ungewitter. Dritte Ausgabe. Mit 6 Illustrationem. Wien und 
Le'ipzigy 1853. Hartleben's Verlags-Exf edition. [On p. [4]:] 
Gedruckt bei Leop. Sommer. l6mo, pp. 239, (l), advertisement 
(l). 5 plates. B., BM. 92568 

For earlier editions isued by Hartleben, see above, the editions published at Leipzig. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, iibersetzt von F. C. Nordstern. 
Wien: Wenedikt. I'^^i. 8vo. + 2 Abdr. [Same imprint.] 1853. 
8vo. 92569 

In six parts. Information from Kayser. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Wittenberg: Mohr. 1852. 2 
vols., pp. 650. + Wittenberg^ Altenberg [printed]. 2 vols., 8vo. 

BM. 92570 

These issues form vols. 7 and 8 of "Neuer Haus- und Familien-Schatz. Erzah- 
lungs-bibliothek fiir jedermann." Information as to the 1852 edition from MacLean, 
no. 12. 

German Adaptations. 

Stowe. Evangeline und Neger Tom — aus Onkel Tom's Hiitte, 
ausgewahlt fiir die liebe Jugend in Haus und Schule. Mit Vorwort 
von Karl Mann. Stuttgart: Quack. 1854. 8vo, pp. vii, 207. 

92571 

Title from Kayser where it is listed under title. MacLean, no. 31, gives the col- 
lation as pp. vii, 270. 

Stowe. Illustrationen zu Onkel Tom's Hiitte von Harriet 
Beecher Stowe. i6 Blatter im feinsten Holzschn. nach Zeichnun- 
gen von H. Anelay. Mit dem Portr. von H. Stowe (in Holzschn.). 
Nebst e. Vorrede von Elihu Burrit, e. Biographie der Verf. u. erlaut. 
Anmerkungen zu Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Leipzig: Friedlein, Zeiger. 
1853. 8vo, pp. vii, ix. 92572 

Listed under title in Kayser. MacLean, no. 29. 



66 STOWE (h. b.). 

Stowe. Negerleben in Nord-Amerika, Frei nach dem Romane 
der Mrs. Stowe Onkel Tom's Hiitte, Dramatisches Gemalde in 
vier Aufziigen von G. Danckwardt und W. Kahleis. Den Biihnen 
gegeniiber als Manuscript gedruckt. Berlin^ 1852. Zn be-zkehen 
dur ch A . H einrzcli' s Theater-Geschajtsbureau, [Colophon:] Druck 
von A. Sacco, Hausvoigteiplatz Nr. 7. 8vo, pp. 74. nyp. 92573 

Stowe. Onkel Tom. Amerikan. Zeitgemalde mit Gesang u. 
Tanz in 3 Abthlgn., nebst einem Vorspiele, nach Frau Stowe's 
Roman: "Onkel Tom's Hiitte", von Theresa v. Megerle. Musik 
&c. vom Kappelmstr. Metzger. Wien: Wallishauser^s Druckerei. 
1853. 8vo,pp. 37. 92574 

Forms part 26 of the "Theater-Repertoire." Title from Kayser, listed under the 
series. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Erzahlung fiir Kinder bearbeitet. 
Neues Bilder-und Lesebuch mit 8 Lithographien in Tondruck. 
Number g: verlag von I. L. Lot-zbcck. [Verso of title :] Druck der 
SebaLd^sche?i Officin in Nilrnberg. [ 1 854 ? ] Oblong 1 6mo, pp. 20. 
8 plates. B.,BM. 92575 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte. Nach dem Englischen der Frau 
H. B. Stowe fiir die reifere Jugend bearbeitet von Moriz Gans. Mit 
einer Abbildung in Farbendruck. Pesth, Verlag von Gustav Hecke- 
nast. [Colophon:] Druck von Brekkopj und H artel in Leipzig. 
[1853.] i6mo, pp. (2), 216. B.jBM. 92576 

On cover title: Neues Lcsekabinet fiir die reifere Jugend. [Vol. i.] Date sup- 
plied from Kayser. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, fiir Kinder. Nach dem Englischen 
von. Aug. Hiirtel. Leipzig: Hacndel. [1853.] i6mo, pp. 48. 
Plate, BM. 92577 

Issued as vol. 2 of the series "Illustrirte Kindfrerziihlungen fiir Sommertage und 
Winterabende." Information from Hinrichs' catalogue for July— December, 1853, 
p. 156. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hiitte, oder das Leben der Sklaven in 
Amerika, nach Harriet Beecher Stowe, fur die Jugend bearb. v. 
Leopold Streich. Berlin: Bahn & Faudel. 1853. '^^'^' PP- ^5^- 
4 plates. 92578 

Issued in Streich's "Lesccabinet fiir die Jugend." Information from Hinrichs* 
catalogue for January— June, 1853, and MacLean, no. 27. 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Hutte, oder Leiden der Negersklaven in 
Amerika. Im Auszuge fiir das deutsche Volk bearbeitet. Mit einem 
Titelbilde. Berlin: Lassar. 1853. i6mo, pp. 55. BM. 92579 

Title from Kayser. 



STOWE (h. B.). 67 

Stowe. Onkel Tom's Schiksale. Erzahlungen fiir die Jugend 
von Mrs. Beecher Stowe. Fiir die deutsche Jugend bearb. von Max 
Schasler. Berlin: Hasselberg. [1853.] 2 vols., 8vo, pp. (6), 170, 
plate; (4), 176, plate. BM. 92580 

Forms vols. 1—2 of "Hausbibliothek der Jugend." Title from Kayser, 6 colored 
lithographs being mentioned at the end of the collation. Possibly these are illus- 
trations in the text. 

GREEK. 

Stowe. [Uncle Tom's Cabin translated into Greek. Athens. 
i860.] 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 9, 307, verso blank, (2) ; (2), 283, verso 
blank, (2). B., BM., cu. 92581 

HINDUSTANI. 

Stowe. [Uncle Tom's Cabin translated into Hindustani. Place, 
publisher and date unknown.] 92582 

James Thurston in a letter to Mrs. Stowe, dated October 26, i860, states that 
Joguth Chunder Gangooly had told him that " 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' was a book 
well known and as much read in Bengal among his own people as here in America, 
that it had been translated into their language, and been made a household book." 
See the introduction to the Houghton, Mifflin and Company edition of Uncle Tom's 
Cabin, 1896, vol. i, p. lix. Bartlett also mentions an edition in this language, but 
we have not been able to find a description of a copy. 

HUNGARIAN. 

Stowe. Tamas batya kunyhoja, vagy neger elet a rabszolga- 
tarto amerikai allamokban. Angolbol Irinyi Jozsef. Pesten: Mul- 
ler Emll. 1853. 4 vols., i2mo, pp. xxiv, 2 18 ; (4),2iO; (4),2ii; 
(4), 219. BM. 92583 

Title from Petrik's "Bibliographia hungariae." under Beecher. 

Stowe. Tamas batya. Gyermekek szamara. Kidolgozta M. . . 
Rokus. Pesten. Bucsdnszky. 1856. l6mo, pp. 130. Plates. 

BM. 92584 

Selected and adapted from the origmal work. 

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

Stowe. Tamas batya, vagy egy szerecsen rabszolga tortenete. 
H. B. Stowe utan irta Tatar Peter. Pest: Bucsa?iszky A. 1 857. 
Svo, pp. 48. 22 plates. BM. 92585 

A versified abridgement. — Bullen's bibliography, 1896, p. Ixxii. 
Title from Petrik's "Bibliographia hungariae," under Beecher. 

ITALIAN. 

Stowe. La capanna dello zio Tomaso o La schiavitu nuovissimo 
romanzo di Enrichetta Beecher Stowe traduzione di C. P. . . . 
Milano: fer Borronl e Scotti Tifografi-Librai. 1852. 4 vols., 



68 STOWE (h. b.). 

l6mo, pp. 175, frontispiece; 158, frontispiece; 184, frontispiece; 
205, frontispiece. v. 92586 

Series title: Florilegio romantico serie ottava. 

According to an unsigned article entitled "Uncle Tomitudes," in "Putnam's 
Monthly Magazine" for January, 1853, p. 99, two editions in Italian had by then 
been published in Turin. 

Stowe. La capanna dello zio Tommaso. Scene della schiavitu 
dei negri in America per Enrichetta Beecher Stowe. Versione e note 
di Baldassar Mazzoni. . . . F'lren-ze. Giacomo TerniEditore. 1 853. 
[Verso of title:] Tipografia Nazionale Italiana. 2 vols., l8mo, pp. 
vi, 345, frontispiece; (2), 349—732, frontispiece. H. 92587 

Stowe. La capanna dello zio Tommaso, ossia la vita dei negri in 
America. Lugano. 1853. 8vo, pp. 472. BM. 92588 

Stowe. La capanna dello zio Tom. Milano: C'loffi. 1853. ^ 
vols., 32mo. 92589 

This and the two following titles are from Pagliaini's "Catalogo generale della 
libreria italiana," entered under Beecher. 

Stowe. La capanna dello zio Tom. Traduzione di Gius. Laz- 
zaro. Milano: Tramater. 1853. 3 ^o^^-j i6mo. 92590 

Stowe. La capanna dello zio Tom. Traduzione di B. Bermani, 
Milano: Wilmant. 1853. 3vols., l6mo. 92591 

Stowe. La capanna di papa Tom. Libera versione dal f ranchese. 
Nafoli. 1853. 8vo. 92592 

Title from Bullen's revised bibliography, 1898, p. 117. 

Stowe. La capanna dello zio Tommaso. Nafoli: G. Nobile. 
1853. 4vols., i8mo. 92593 

Title from Bartlett, no. 4786. 

NORWEGIAN. 

Stowe. Onkel Toms Hytte eller Negerlivet i de Amerikanske 
Slavestatcr. Fra det Engelske. Christiania. 1 853. 8vo, pp. 664. 

Cover title: Tidsskrift for SkJ0nlitcratur iste Aarg. Este Bind. ^ J Vt 

Translated by Thomas Krag. Information from the "Norsk Bog-Fortegnelse." 

POLISH. 

SrowE. Chata Wuja Tomasza, czyli 2ycie nievvolnikow w 
zjcdnoczt)nych Stanach polnocnej Amcryki. Przetlomaczyl Fran- 
ciszck Dydacki. . . . Lwow: Ttom-acZy druk Xakladu imienia Osso- 
linskich. 1853. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 203 ; 195. B., BM. 92595 

Titles of all of the Polish editions are from Estreicher's "Bibliografia polska." 



STOWE (h. B.). 69 

Stowe. Chata Wuja Tomasza, przcz Pania . . . opowiadaiia 
dzieciom przez Arabella Palmerowa. Przektad polski VVojciecha 
Szymanowskiego. — La case de I'Oncle Tome, . . . racontee aux 
enfants par madame Arabella Palmer. Traduit de I'anglais. Wnr- 
szazva : naklad A . Nowoleckiego Ksifgarxa. 1856. 16 mo, pp. 253. 
8 plates. + [Without the French translation.] Warszawa: fiakhid 
A . Nowoleckiego KsiegarzUy dru karma '^''Gazcty codzicnne'f^ . 1856. 
l6mo,pp. 119. 4 plates. 92596 

In the first edition listed, the text is in Polish and French. The same four colored 
plates appear in each portion. 

Stowe. Chatka Ojca Toma, czyli Zycie Murzynow w Stanach 
niewolniczych Ameryki polnocnej. Przeklad Waclawa Przybyls- 
kiego i Ignacego Iwickiego. . . . Wilno: naklad i druk K'lrkora. 
i860. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 268; 195. 92597 

PORTUGUESE. 

Stowe. A Cabana do Pai Thomas ou A vida dos pretos na Amer- 
ica. Romance moral escripto em inglez por Mrs. Harriet Bcecher 
Stowe, e traduzido em portuguez por Francisco Ladislau Alvares 
d'Andrada, . . . Paris: Rey is" Belhatte, Mercadores de livros, Quai 
des AugNstins, 4.^. 1853. [Verso of half title:] Paris. Imfresso 
for W . Remquet ^ Co. rue Garanciere, n. 5. 2 vols., I2mo, pp. 
xxxii, 251, frontispiece portrait, and 6 plates; (4), 307. 6 plates. 

B., BM., H. 92598 

ROUMANIAN. 

Stowe. [Uncle Tom's Cabin translated into Roumanian from 
the French of L. Pilatte, by T. Kodresko. J assy: Buchiumii. 
1853.] 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xxxii, 305, verso blank, (l), 36 plates; 
(4), 396, 10 plates. B., BM. 92599 

Stowe. [Uncle Tom's Cabin translated into Roumanian from 
the French, by D. Pop. Jassy. 1853.] 2 vols., 8vo. BM. 92600 

RUSSIAN. 

Stowe. [Uncle Tom's Cabin translated into Russian. Moscow. 
1858.] 8vo. 92601 

Title from BuUen's revised bibliography, 1898, p. 117. 

Stowe. [ Uncle Tom's Cabin translated into Russian. St. Peters- 
burg. 1858.] 8vo. BM. 92602 

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70 STOWE (h, B.). 



SERBIAN. 



Stowe. [Uncle Tom's Cabin translated into Serbian from the 
German. Belgrade: Published by M. Popovica. 1 854.] 8vo, pp. 
(2)5480. B., BM. 92603 

Reprinted from "Srbski Novina." 

SLOVENIAN. 

Stowe. Stric Tomaz ali 2ivlenje Zamorcov v Ameriki od Hen- 
riete Stowe. . . . Svobodno za Slovence zdelal J. B, S 6 podobami. 
V Celovcu 1 853. Natisnil in na frodaj Ima Jane-z Leon. 1 2mo, pp. 
xii, 155, including frontispiece and illustrations. B., bm. 92604 

Stowe. Stric Tomova Koca, ali zivljenje zamorcov v robnih 
derzavah svobodne severne Amerike . . . Iz nemskega poslovenil 
[and abridged] F. Malavasic. S sterimi podobsinami. V Ljubljani. 
1853. ^^O' EM. 92605 

SPANISH. 

Arranged alphabetically by the place of publication. The first editions were pub- 
lished in 1852 in Madrid and in Paris. 

Stowe. La Choza de Tom, trad, por A. A. Orihuela. Barcelona. 
1853. 92606 

Title from Palau y Dulcet's "Manual del librero hispano-americano." 

Stowe. La Cabana del Tio Tomas, 6 los Negros en America. 
Traducida por los Redactores del Clamor Publico, e ilustrada con 
cinco laminas finas grabadas en acero. Barcelona. 1853. ^^'°- 

BM. 92607 

Stowe. La cabafia del tio Tom, novela . . . traducida al Castel- 
lano por A. A, Orihuela. Bogota. 1853. ^vo. BM. 92608 

Stowe. La Cabana del tio Tom. Novela escrita en ingles, y 
traducida al castellano por A. A. Orihuela. Reimpresa en Buenos 
Aires de la edicion de Paris. Buenos Aires. 1853. ^'^''^- 92609 

Title from the catalogue of the National Library of the Argentine Republic. 

Stowe. La Choza de Tom. Trad, por Wenceslao Ayguals de 
Izco. Madrid. 1852. 4to, pp. 480. + [An embellished edition.] 
Madrid: Mcllado. 1 852. 4to, pp. viii-148. 44 plates, and portrait. 
+ [Same imprint and collation.] 1853. 92610 

Titles from Palau y Dulcet's "Manual del librero hispano-americano." 

Stowe. La Choza de Tom 6 Sea vida de los negros en el sur de 
los Estados Uniilos, novela escrita en ingles por Enriqueta Beecher 



STOWE (h. B.). 71 

Stowe, traducida por Don Wenceslao Ayguals de Izco. Segunda 
Edici'on. Madrid: 1 853. ImfrentadeAygualsdel-zcoHermanoSy 
calle de Lcga?ikoSynum. ^'] . 8vo, pp. 476, (4). B., BM. 9261 1 

Stowe. La Choza de Tomas. Novela . . . traducida al Castel- 
lano. Edicion ilustrada con 26 grabados aparte del testo. Madrid , 
Paris. 1853. 4^o- BM. 92612 

Stowe. La Choza del Negro Tomas, 6 vida de los negros en el 
sur de los Estados Uni'dos. Novela escrita en ingles por Mistress 
Enriqueta Stowe. Traducida al castellano. . . . Madrid: — 1853. 
Imprenta de D. Jose Mares, calle de Relator es, numero 17. 2 vols., 
8vo, pp. — ; 260, "indice" (i). BM., nyp. 92613 

The NYP. copy lacks vol. i. 

Stowe. La Cabana del Tio Tomas. Novela escrita en Ingles. 
Mexico. 1853. 2 vols., l2mo. BM. 92614 

Stowe. La Cabana del tio Tom. Novela escrita en ingles por 
M. Harriet Beecher Stowe y traducida al castellano por A. A. Ori- 
huela. Paris: Libreria Esfanola y Americana de D. Ign° Boix y 
Comfaniay calle LefeletieVy 1%. Diciembre de iS ^2. [Verso of half 
title :] Paris. — Imprenta Poussielgue, Masson y cornpaniay calle 
Croix-des-Peiits-ChampSy 29. [Colophon:] Paris. — Imprenta Du- 
buissony calle Coq-HeroUy 5. l6mo, pp. 322, (2). Frontispiece. 

B. 92615 

SWEDISH. 

Stowe. Onkel Toms stuga eller negerlifvet i amerikanska slaf- 
staterna af mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe. Ofvers. fran I5:de uppl. 
af "Uncle Tom's Cabin" af S. J. Callerholm. Stockholm: Alb. 
Bonnier. 1852. l2mo, pp. 528. + Helsingfors. 1853. ^^°' PP- 
502. 92616 

The Stockholm edition forms nos. 1—9 of the 1853 series of "Europ. foljctongen." 
Information concerning all of the Swedish translations from Linnstrom's "Svenskt 
Boklexikon." 

Stowe. Onkel Toms stuga eller negerlifvet i Amerika. Ofver- 
sattning fran io:de engelska upplagan. 1853. +3 uppl. 1854. 

92617 

The first of these two editions was issued in 15 parts. Information as to both of 
them is given in Linnstrom's "Svenskt Boklexikon," following the title of the fourth 
edition which was translated by A. F. Landtbom, and published in 1862 by A. Lind- 
gren in Goteborg. We should infer that the above editions were also published in 
that place. 



72 STOWE (h. B.). 

Stowe. Onkcl Toms stuga af mrs Harriet Bcccher Stowe. Bear- 
betad ffir ungdom. Med [7] illustrationer. Stockholm. [F. ^ G. 
Bcijer.] 1853. l6mo,pp. 80. 92618 

Adapted for children. 

[Stowe]. Onkel Toms stuga. Bearbetad for barn. Stockholm. 
[Bokforlagshyran.] 1855. l6mo, pp. 62. 92619 

Adapted for children. 

WELSH. 

Stowe. Aelwyd f'Ewythr Robert: neu, HancsCaban F'Ewythr 
Tomos. Gan y Parch. Wilh'am Rees, Liverpool. Dhibych: Cyho- 
eddwyd gan Thomas Gee. mdcccliii. [Colophon:] Dinbych 
Argraffwyd gan Thomas Gee. l6mo, pp, x, 500, including illus- 
trations. 4 plates. B., BM., H. 92620 

The above is referred to in a letter from Thomas Watts, Librarian of the British 
Museum, to C. E. Stowe, as "a strange incorporation of it [Uncle Tom's Cabin], 
almost entire, into the body of a tale by Rev. W. Rees." See BuUen's bibliographical 
account in the Houghton, Mifflin and Company edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1896, 
vol. I, p. Ixiv. 

Stowe. Caban F'ewyrth Twm. Gan Harriet Beecher Stowe. 
Gyda Saith-ar-Hugain o Gerfluniau, gan George Cruikshank, Ysw 
Cyfieithad Hugh Williams, gynt golygydd "y Cymro." Llundoin: 
John Casselly Ludgate Hill. 1 853. [Colophon:] Llundain: Ar- 
grafhwyd gan John Cassell^ Ludgatc Hill. 8vo, pp. iv, 380. Fron- 
tispiece portrait, and 27 plates. 

BA., BM., C, FAC.AUV., H., NVH. 9262 I 

Stowe. Crynodcb o Gaban 'Ncwyrth Tom; neu F\wvd Negro- 
aidd yn America. Swansea: J. Rosser. 1853. H~ Cyfieithiedig gan 
y Lefiad. Ahertawy. [1853.] BM. 92622 

.•\n abridged translation by W. Williams. 

Title of the dated edition from the . . . Catalogue of Printed Literature in the 
Welsh Department of the CardllT Free Libraries. 
Swansea is the English name for .A-bcrtawy. 

Stowe. Caban F'Ewythr Twm; neu, F^•w\■d yn mhlith yr Isel- j 
radd. Gan Harriet Beecher Stowe. Gyda Naw-ar-hugain o Ger- 
flimiau. Cvficithiad Hugh Williams, gynt golygydd y "Cymro." A 
adolygw\(l ac a ddiwygiwyd gan Robert E\'erctt. Remse?i, N. Y.: 
Argraffxiyd gan J . R. Everett. 1 854. 4to, pp. 220. H. 92623 

Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Caban f'Ewythr Tomos, neu 
bancs cacthwas Crist'nogol . . . Crynodeb o waith H. B. Caernar- 
jon. [1860.^] I2mo. BM. 92624 



STOWE (h. b.). 73 

WORKS RELATING TO UNCLE TOm's CABIN. 

The following list includes a number of titles relating to the work, which were not 
entered under their authors in the preceding volumes, as well as cross references to 
similar titles. 

Adams (F. C.)- Uncle Tom at Home, no. 203, vol. i. Philadelphia. 1853. aas., 
BM., c, M. London. [1853.] B.M. 

Brimblecomb (Nicholas), psetid. Uncle Tom's C.ibin in Ruins, no. 7982, vol. 2. 

C, H. 

Clare (Edward). The Spirit and Philosophy of Uncle Tom's Cabin, comprising an 
epitome of the narrative and events . . . London. 1853. l2mo. bm., f.ac.adv. 

Criswell (R.). "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Contrasted with Buckingham Hall, no. 

17545, vol. 5. AAS., BM., C, NYP. 

Denman (Thomas), jint baron. Uncle Tom's Cabin, Bleak House, Slavery and 
Slave Trade. Six articles by Lord Denman, reprinted from the "Standard;" with an 
article containing facts connected with slavery, by Sir George Stephen, reprinted from 
the "Northampton Mercury." London: Longman, Brotan, Green, and Longmans. 
1853. [Verso of title:] London: Spottiszvoodes a7id Shazv, Netv-street-Squarc. i2mo, 
pp. 51, (i). NYP. + ... Seven articles ... Second Edition. Londofi, 1853. 1 2mo. 
BM. For an 1852 edition, see no. 19580, vol. 5. 

Edwards (J. P.). Uncle Tom's Companions. For the third edition, see Edwards 
(J. P.), no. 21926, vol. 6. Earlier editions were published anonymously. 

Hart {\. M.), Uncle Tom in Paris, no. ^0616, vol. 8. b., nvp. 

[Helps (Arthur)]. A Letter on "Uncle Tom's Cabin," no. 31276, vol. 8. aas., 

BM., C, CU., H., NYP. 

Henson (J.). Life of Josiah Henson, 1849, no. 31432, and Father Henson's Story 
of his Own Life, with an introduction by Mrs. H. B. Stovse, 183S, no. 31433, vol. 8. 
Other editions under different titles. 

[Murphy (George Mollett)]. The Slave among Pirates, or, "Uncle Tom's" many 
Editors, no. 51458, vol. 12. cu., h. 

The Patent Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Mrs. Stovve in England, by a Lady in 
New-York. Netv-York: Pudney & Ruuell , P':;:f--ri, .Xn. 70 John-Street. 1 85 3. 
i2mo, pp. 45, and author's note pasted on p. 3. In verse, c, nyh. 

[Pringle (Edward J.)]. Slavery in the Southern States, nos. 65684 — 65685, vol. 15. 
First edition, aas., b., c, nyp.(schomburg). Second edition, c, nyp. Third edi- 
tion, c. 

[Senior (Nassau William)]. American Slavery, nos. 79130— 79131, vol. 19. 
London, 1856. c, H., nvp. London [1862]. c. 

Slavery Past and Present; or Notes on Uncle Tom's Cabin. Edited by a Lady. 
London: Longman, Brozcn, Green, and Longmans. 1852. [Verso of title:] Lon- 
don: Spottiszcoodes and Shaw, Netu-street-Square. i2mo, pp. 21, (i). bm., h. 

Smith (William L. G.). Life at the South; or, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" as it is, nos. 

S4812-84813, vol. 21. A--. . 

Stearns (Edward Josiah). Notes on Uncle Tom's Cabin, no. 908S0, vol. 23. 

Stephen (George). Antislavery Recollections, no. 91233, vol. 23. 

Thompson (George). American Slavery. London. 1853. bm. 

[Thompson (John Reuben)]. Southern View of Uncle Tom's Cabin. [Richmond. 
1852.] B. From the "Southern Literary Messenger." 

Uncle Tom in England. The London Times on Uncle Tom's Cabin. A Review 
from the London Times of Friday, September 3d, 1852. Evils of Slavery, Method of 
its Removal, Danger of Agitation, Colonization, &c. Nezv York, Bunce S? Brother. 
1S52. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 8. c, nyp. 

Uncle Tom in England: or. Proof that Black's White. London. 1852. b.m. 
~r New York. [cop. 1852.] nyp. A third edition was advertised in the "Publishers' 
Circular," during 1853. 

.■\. number of ephemeral anonymous publications have titles beginning "Uncle Tom." 



74 STOWELL (dAVId). 

Stowell (David). A Sermon . . . containing a brief sketch 
of the h'fe and death of Mrs. L. E. Stowell, . . . Concord [N . H.'\ 
1836. 8vo. EM., NYH. 92625 

Stowell. A Sermon, delivered at GofTstown, N. H. on Thanks- 
giving Day, Nov. 24, 1 83 1. By David Stowell, New Pastor of the 
Congregational Church in said town. By request of the Religious 
Union Society. Concord, N. H. Hill and Barton, Printers. 1832. 
8vo, cover title, and pp. 16. heh. 92626 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stowell (Francis). Directory of Camp Massachusetts, con- 
taining diagrams of the field and roads in and about Concord, and an 
eno-ravinsr of Concord Monument. Also a list of ofScers attached to 
the several divisions, brigades, regiments, battalions and companies, 
composing the Massachusetts Militia. With the Town Officers of 
Concord, &c. By Francis Stowell, Watch-maker and Jeweller, 
Main Street, Concord, Mass. Concord: Printed by Benjamin 
Tolman. 1859. l2mo, pp. 12. B., CU., NVH. 92627 

Stowell (Hugh). The Responsibilities of the Mother Country 
in respect of her Colonies. A Sermon. London. 1 856. 8vo. 

BM. 92628 

Stowell (Martin). An Exposition of the Secret Order of the 
Sons of Temperance with facts in relation to secret societies gen- 
erally. By Martin Stowell, Warren, Mass. West Br 00k field, Mass. 
Cooke and Chafin, Printers. 1848. 8vo, pp. 24. c. 92629 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stowell (W[illiam] H[enry]). History of the Puritans in 
England, and the Pilgrim Fathers. The Puritans in England. By 
the Rev. W. H. Stowell, Professor of Theology, Rotherham Col- 
lege. The Pilgrim Fathers. By D. Wilson, F. S. A. Scot., author of 
Cromwell and the Protectorate, &c. &c. In one volume. London: 
T. Nelson, Paternoster Row. New York: R. Carter and Brothers. 
MDCCCXLix. 1 2mo, added engraved title, and pp. (4),xi— 336, (2), 
cccxxxix-cccxl, 337-508. Frontispiece, cu., gts., whs., y. 
+ [Same imprint.] 1 850. l2mo, added engraved title, and 
pp. 336, (2), cccxxxix— cccxl, 337—508. Frontispiece, bm., m., 
NVP. -f" New York: Robert Carter & Brothers, No. 285 Broad- 
way. 1849. l2mo, added engraved title, and pp. (2), vii— viii, xi— 
xiv, 17-336, (2), cccxxxix-cccxl, 337—508. Frontispiece. B., 
MINNHS., NVP., WHS. + [Same imprints and collation.] 1 850. 



STOWELL (w. S.). 75 

h.(and.). + London, New York. 1852. l2mo. bm. + Cincin- 
nati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys ^ Co. 2$ West Fourth Street. 1856. 
i2mo, pp. (2), vii— viii, xi— xiv, 17—336, (2), cccxxxix— cccxl, 337— 
508. Y. 92630 

Imprint on engraved titles of the Netv York, 1849 and 1850, editions: London: 
Thomas Nelson, Paternoster Rozo. New York: Robert Carter & Brothers. 

The title of the 1856 edition begins: History of the Puritans and Pilgrim Fathers. 
Also: London, [1S7S]. bm. Nezv York, 1S8S. aas., c, nyh., nyp., peab. 

Stowell (William Scott), Lord. The Judgment of . , . re- 
specting the Slavery of the mongrel woman Grace. See Haggard 
(Z)r.), no. 29517, vol. 7. nyp. 

See also: Considerations on Certain Remarks on the Negro Slavery and Abolition 
Questions, in Lord Stowell's Judgment in the Case of the Slave "Grace". By a Briton. 
Newcastle: Printed by John Marshall. 1827. 8vo, pp. 18. Title from a ms. note 
prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin. 

Stowell. Report of a Judgment ... in the case of the Snipe. 
See Edwards (T.), no. 21993, vol. 6. C, H. 

Strachan (James). A Visit to the Province of Upper Canada, 
in 1 8 19. By James Strachan. Aberdeen: Printed by D. Chalmers 
&' Co. for James Strachan, Aberdeen; Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Or me, and Brown, London; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; W . 
Turnbull, Glasgozv ; and E. Lesslie, Dundee. 1 820. 8vo, pp. 224. 

H., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P. 9263 I 

[Strachan ( John) ] . An Address to the members of the Church 
of England, from the Bishop of Toronto, in behalf of the Upper 
Canada Church University. London. 1 850. [Colophon:] R. 
Clay, Printer, Bread Street Hill. l6mo, pp. 8. Y. 92632 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Strachan. An Appeal to the Friends of Religion and Literature, 
in behalf of the University of Upper Canada. By John Strachan, 
D.D. Archdeacon of York, Upper Canada. London: Printed by 
R. Gilbert, St. John's Square 1827. 8vo, pp. 24. BM., Y. 92633 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Strachan. . . . Bishop Strachan's Pastoral Letter to the Clergy 
and Laity of the Diocess [sic] of Toronto. \_New York? 1848? ] 

l6mo, pp. 23. AAS., GTS., UTS. 92634 

Caption title. With heading: "The following Pastoral Letter is so fitted to supply 
a manifest need at this time, that any apology for the republication of it in the Diocese 
of New York, is deemed unnecessary. From the Toronto Church." Signed and dated 
on p. 16: John Toronto. Toronto, 4th Nov., 1848. 



76 STRACHAN (jOHn). 

Strachan. a Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of 
Toronto at the Primary Visitation, held in the Cathedral Church of 
St. James, Toronto, on the 9th September, 1 84 1. By the Right 
Reverend John Strachan, Lord Bishop of Toronto. Toronto, 
H. & W. Rowselly King Street, I 84 1. i2mo, pp. 36. 

can.arch. 92635 

Title from the "Catalogue of Pamphlets in the Public Archives of Canada," 1931, 
no. 1840. 

For an abridged edition, see Extracts, below. 

Later Charges by Bishop Strachan have been located as follows: 

June, 1844, Cobourg, Diocesan Press, 1844. a.^s., bm., gts. 

June, 1847, Toronto, Diocesan Press, 1847. gts., h. 

May, 1851, Toronto, 1851. Noted by Gagnon. 

Oct., 1853, Toronto, Roswell, 1853. bm., uts. 

April, 1856, Toronto, Roszcell, 1856. can.arch. 

June, i860, Toronto, Roszvell, i860, gts. 

Strachan. The Christian Religion recommended in a Letter to 
his Pupils. By the Rev. John Strachan, a.m., Minister of Cornwall, 
Upper Canada. . . . Montreal: Printed by Nahum Mower. 1 807. 

8vo, pp. 32. CAN.ARCH. 92636 

This and the five following titles from the printed catalogue of the above library, 
1931, nos. 899, 2269, 1786, 2443, 2385, and 943, respectively. 

[Strachan]. Church University of Upper Canada. Pastoral 
Letter from the Lord Bishop of Toronto. Proceedings of the Church 
University Board. List of Subscribers, &c. Toronto: Printed by 
A. F. PleeSy Printer to the Church University, mdcccli. l6mo, 

pp. 64. CAN.ARCH. 92637 

[Strachan]. Circular letter from the Bishop of Toronto, ad- 
dressed to the Clergy and Laity of the Bishopric and See of Toronto 
15th January, 1840, on the subject of the Clergy Reserves. [«. f. 
1840.] 4to, pp. 3. can.arch. 92638 

[Strachan]. The Clergy Reserves. A Letter from the Bishop 
of Toi-onto, to the Honourable A. N. Morin, Commissioner of 
Crown Lands. Toronto: Thompson ^ Co., pri>iters, King St. 
East. 1854. i2mo, pp. 27. CAN.ARCH., h. 92639 

[Strachan]. The Clergy Reserves. A Letter from the Lord 
Bishop of Toronto to the Duke of Newcastle, Her IVIajestv's Secre- 
tary for the Colonies. Toronto: Printed at the "Churchman" Of- 
fice, Corner of King and Nelson Streets, md ccc Lin. 8vo, pp. 27. 

can.arch., h. 92640 

Strachan. A Discourse on the Character of King George the 
Thiitl. .Xddrcssed to the Tnhahit.nnts of British America. By the 



STRACHAN (jOHn). 77 

Rev. John Strachan . . . Montreal: Printed by Nahum Mower. 

l8lO. 8vo, pp. 87. B., CAN.ARCH. 92641 

Strachan. Extracts from a Charge delivered to the Clergy of 
the Diocese of Toronto, at the Primary Visitation, on the 9th Sept. 
1 84 1, by the Right Reverend John Strachan . . . London: Riving- 
tonsy St. PauPs Church-Yard and Waterloo-Place. Burns, 1 7, 
Portnian-Street. ... [1841.] [Colophon:] R. Clay, Printer., 
Bread Street Hill. l6mo, pp. 24. B., BM., can. arch., uts. 92642 

For a complete edition, sec Charge, above. 

[Strachan]. ... A Journal of Visitation to the Western Por- 
tion of his Diocese, by tlie Lord Bishop of Toronto, in tlie autumn 
of 1842. London: Printed for the Society for the Propagation of 
the Gospel; sold by Rivingtons, Hatchard, and Burns. 1 844. [Verso 
of title:] Loyidon: R. Clay, Printer, Bread Street Hill. i6mo, 
pp. iv, 60. Folded map. ba., bm., gts., nyp., uts. + Third 
Edition. London: Printed for the Society for the Propagation of 
the Gospel; sold by Rivingtons, St. Paul's Churchyard and Water- 
loo Place; Burns, Portman Street; Hatchards, Piccadilly ; T. B. 
Sharpe, Skinner Street, Snow Hill; and by all Booksellers. 1 846. 
[Same printer's imprint.] i6mo, pp. 64. Frontispiece folded map. 

BM., C, MINNHS., NYP., Y. 92643 

With heading: "The Church in Canada." Forms no. i of the series, "The Church 
in the Colonies." Improved title of no. i 3004, vol. 4.. 

Strachan. A Letter from the Hon. and Venerable Dr. 
Strachan ... to Dr. Lee, d.d.. Convener of a Committee of the Gen- 
eral Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Printed at the Herald 
Ojfice,Ki7igston,U.C. 1829. l2mo,pp. 29. can. arch. 92644 

Title from the printed catalogue of the above library, 19;!, no. 1287. 

Strachan. A Letter to the Congregation of St. James' Church, 
York, U. Canada, occasioned by the Hon. John Elmsley's publica- 
tion, of the Bishop of Strasbourg's observations . . . By John Strachan 
. . . York: Printed by Robert Stanton. [Colophon:] Printed by 
R. Stanton, No. 164, King-Street, York. [ 1834.] 8vo, pp. 96. 

Dated on p. 3, ist January 1834. CAN.ARCH., GTS., NYP. 92645 

[Strachan]. A Letter to the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, d.d. 
Professor of Divinity in the University of Edinburgh, on the Life 
and Character of the Right Reverend Dr. Hobart, Bishop of New- 
York, North-America. New-York: Published by Swords, Stanford, 
and Co. No. 1^2 Broadway. 1832. 8vo, pp. 56. 

AAS., B., BA., CAN.ARCH., CU., GTS., HSP., UTS., Y. 92646 



78 STRACHAN (jOHN). 

Signed at end by John Strachan, and dated at York, Upper-Canada, 8th May, 1832. 
Relates to Dr. John Henry Hobart. 

[Strachan]. A Letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, 
on the present state of the church in Canada. By John Lord Bishop 
of Toronto. London: George Belly 186, Fleet Street. 185 1. 
[Verso of title:] London: Clay^ Printer y Bread Street Hill. 8vo, 

pp. 22. BM., CAN.ARCH., UTS. 92647 

Strachan. A Letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Sel- 
kirk, on his settlement at the Red River, near Hudson's Bay. By 
John Strachan . . . London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Or?ney ^ Brown; W. Blackwoody Edinburgh; IV. Turnbull, 
Glasgoiv; A. Brown &' Co. and James Strachany Aberdeen. 1 8 1 6. 
[Verso of title:] D. Chalmers & Co. Printers y Aberdeen. 8vo, 
pp. 76. c, H., heh., nyh., peab. 92648 

The verso of p. 59 is blank. The nyh. copy lacks the postscript, pp. 61-76, indicating 
that some copies may have been issued without it. 

Strachan. Letter to Thomas Jefferson, Esq., Ex-president of 
the United States, in reference to a comparison of certain proceedings 
of the British and Americans during the war. 1815. Pp. 16. 92649 

Title from Morgan's "Bibllotheca Canadensis," 1867. Reprinted in the appendix 
to W. F. Coffin's "1812; The War and its Moral," 1864, pp. 273-285, with a note 
that it Is extracted from the Report of the Loyal and Patriotic Society of Upper Canada, 
1817. Winsor, vol. 7, p. 435, refers to these two editions, but does not mention a 
separate edition. 

Strachan. Letters to the Honourable William Morris, being 
Strictures on the correspondence of that gentleman with the Colonial 
Office, as a delegate from the Presbyterian Body in Canada. By 
John Strachan . . . Cobourgy U. C: Printed by R. D. Chattertony 
at the Office of "The Church." 1838. l6mo, pp. 57. 

CAN.ARCH. 92650 

Title from the printed catalogue of the above library, 1931, no. 1673. For Morris' 
reply, see no. 50881, vol. 12. can. arch. 

[Strachan]. Observations on a "Bill for uniting the Legis- 
lative Councils and Assemblies of the provinces of Lower Canada 
and Upper Canada in one Legislature, and to make further provision 
for the government of the said provinces." London: Printed by 
W. Clozvesy Northumberland-Court, mdcccxxiv. l2mo, pp. (4), 

41,(1). CAN.ARCH., H. (law). 92651 

Attributed to Strachan in the "Catalogue of Pamphlets in the Public Archives of 
Canada," 193 i. 

Strachan. Observations on the Provision made for tlie main- 
tenance of a Protestant Clergy, in the Provinces of Upper and 



STRACHAN (jOHn). 79 

Lower Canada, under the 3 I st Geo. Ill Cap 3 I . By John Strachan 
. . . London: Printed by R. Gilbert, St. John's Square. 1 827. 8\'o, 
pp. 44. Chart. BM., CAN, ARCH. 92652 

This and the two following titles from the "Catalogue of Pamphlets In the Public 
Archives of Canada," 1931, nos. 1223, 2460, and 231 1, respectively. 

[Strachan]. Pastoral Address, to the clergy and laity of the 
Diocese of Toronto, by John, Lord Bishop of Toronto, [n. /».] 
1852. 24010, pp. 8. CAN.ARCH. 92653 

[Strachan] . Pastoral Letter to Clergy and Laity of the Diocese 
of Toronto. Toro«/o.- 1854. 8vo, pp. 6. can.arch. 92654 

Strachan. The Poor Man's Preservative against Popery. Part L 
. . . By John Strachan . . . Toronto: Printed and Published by G. P. 
Bull, Courier Office, Market House. 1 834. 8vo, pp. (2), 54. 

An early Toronto imprint. In former years the tovin was called York. 92655 

Strachan. Remarks on Emigration from the United Kingdom : 
by John Strachan . . . addressed to Robert Wilmot Horton, Esq., 
M.P. Chairman of the Select Committee of Emigration in the last 
Parliament. London: John Murray, Albemarle-strcct. mdccc- 
XXVII. [Verso of title:] London: Printed by William Clowes , 
Stamford-street. 8vo, pp. 96. EM., nyh., whs. 92656 

[Strachan]. Secular State of the Church, in the Diocese of 
Toronto, Canada West. [n. f. 1850?] 8vo, pp. 40, xix. 

can.arch. 92657 

This and the following title from the printed catalogue of the above library, 1931, 
nos. 2213 and 1024, respectively. 

Strachan. A Sermon on the Death of the Honourable Richard 
Cartwright; with a short account of his Life. Preached at Kingston, 
on the 3d of September, 1815. By John Strachan . . . Montreal: 
Printed by W . Gray, 1816. 8vo, pp. 56. can.arch. 92658 

Strachan. A Sermon, preached at York, Upper Canada, on the 
third of June, being the day appointed for a General Thanksgiving. 
By the Rev'd. John Strachan, d:d: Montreal: Printed by William 

Grrty. I 8 14. 8vo,pp.38. C, CAN.ARCH., HEH. 92659 

Strachan. A Sermon, preached at York, Upper Canada, third 
of July, 1825, on the Death of the late Lord Bishop of Quebec, by 
John Strachan, d.d. Kingston. Printed by James Macjarlane. 
1826. 8vo, pp. 34, slip of errata pasted on blank leaf following p. 34. 

See also, Ryerson (E.), no. 74549, vol. 18. NYH. 92660 



8o STRACHAN (jOHn). 

Strachan. a Sermon preached in Upper Canada. l8l2. l2mo. 

Title from Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 1867. Q^DDI 

Strachan. A Speech of the Venerable John Strachan ... in the 
Legislative Council, Thursday Sixth March, 1828: on the subject 
of The Clergy Reserves. ... York, U. C: Printed by Robert 
Stanton. [1828.] 8vo, pp. 43, can. arch. , H., P., whs. 92662 

Title from the "Catalogue of the Pamphlets in the Public Archives of Canada," 
I9;( I, no. I 261 . 

For Letters in reply to Strachan, see Ryerson (E), no. 74564, vol. 18. 

Strachan. Triennial Visitation and Proceedings of the Church 
Synod of the Diocese of Toronto. Toronto. 1853. Pp- I9- 92663 

Title from Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 1867. 

[Strachey (William)], e/i. For the Colony in Virginea Brit- 
annia. Lavves Diuine, Morall and Martiall, &c. See Virginia. 

Strachey. The Historic of Travaile into Virginia Britannia; 
expressing the Cosmographie and Comodities of the Country, to- 
gither with the Manners and Customes of the People. Gathered 
and observed as well by those who went first thither as collected by 
William Strachey, Gent., the first Secretary of the Colony. Now 
first edited from the Original Manuscript, in the British Museum, 
by R. H. Major, Esq., of the British Museum. London: Printed 
jor the Hakluyt Society, m.dccc.xlix. [Verso of title:] Richards, 
100, St. Martin's Lane. 8vo, pp. viii, xxxvi, (4), 203. 5 plates, 
folded map, and facsimile, aas., b., ba., bm., c, cu., h., heh., m., 

MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., PEAB., WHS., Y. 92664 

With series title: Works issued by the Hakluyt Society. . . . 

The above is printed from the Sloane ms. 1622 in the British Museum, which is 
dedicated to Sir Francis Bacon. This is one of three known contemporary copies of 
the narrative, the others being the Ashmole ms. 1758 in the Bodleian Library, dedi- 
cated to Sir Allen Apsley, and a third dedicated to Henry Percy, ninth E irl of North- 
umberland, sold at the sale of his descendant, Lord Leconlield, at Sotheby's April 
24th, 1928, which is described fully in the catalogue of that sale, lot no. 142. Tlic bm. 
copy was evidently presented the latest of the three as it is dedicated to Bacon as Lord 
High Chancellor, an office to which he was appointed in 1618, and erasures are made 
in statements in the text to make them apply to a later date. The others were probably 
both written in 1612, the discovery of Columbus being alluded to as "since 120 yea res," 
Prince Henry being still alive, i.e. before November 6, l6l2. In the Sotheby cata- 
logue it is stated that "all three mss. are in the same handwriting, undoubtedly that of 
a professional scribe, and not of Strachey himself, as was believed by the Hakluyt 
editor." Sre also Brown's "Genesis," vol. 2, 1891, pp. '562-568. 

I'.issagcs in the work are the same as some in Cipt lin John Smith's "Map of Vir- 
ginia," 1612. The second part of that work was revised by "W. S." It was reprinted 
in Smitli's "C.enerall Historic of Virginia," 1624, with the statement that it was pre- 
pared by "William Simons" /. c. Simmonds. Possibly Strachey's narrative was one 
of those "of divers other diligent observers" u=ed by Simmonds though his name was 
nnt nu-ntinned spccilic.iliy in the !i«t of authorities. 



STRACHEY. 8 1 

"A Dictionaric of the Indian Language" f.'svni:, pp. i Si — 196'. This is fruni tlie 
Bodleian manuscript evidently, as Brown states that it is not included in the British 
Museum copy. 

The map is a lithograph based on the third state of Captain Jobn Smith's map of 
Virginia, but with some omissions. The pl.Ttes are from etcliings by Mrs. Sarah E. 
Major of "Powhatan surrounded by his wives" taken from Smith's map but not in- 
cluded in the lithograph, and of Indian figures and scenes from De Bry. The facsimile 
is of the signatures to a letter from Lord Delaware to the patentees including that of 
Strachey. 

Chapters 5—10 of the Second Book were reprinted in Mass. Hist. Soc. "Collecti(ms," 
4th ser., vol. I, 1852, pp. 219—246, and chapters 7—10 in the Maine Hist. Soc. 
"Collections," vol. 3, 1853, pp. 279—309. 

Strachey. Proceedings of the English Colonic in Virginia. Src 
Smith (John), Map of Virginia, no. 82832, vol. 20. B., nyp. 

The W. S. whose initials appear as reviser of the Proceedings was Rev. William 

Symonds, not William Strachey. Mention of this is made because of a cross refer- 
ence from S. (W.). 

Stradanus (Joannes). Americae | Retectio, | [At foot of first 
plate:] Joannes Stradan. inven. | Adrianus ColLaert scalp, [sic] | 
Phis Galle exciid'it. \ [Antiverp. 1585?] Oblong folio, 4 plates (l. 
3, and 4 numbered), S}^ b}' 1 1 inches, c.s.brigham. + [A later 
impression, cross hatchings having been added in the background of 
the portraits in the upper part of the first plate, and the number "2" 
in the lower right hand corner of the second. Antwerp. 159—?] 
Oblong folio, 4 numbered plates, amer.type founders CO., nyp. 
+ [ A much later impression, with the first plate in still another state, 
the letters "aa" having been added in the upper right hand corner, 
and in the inscriptions, scalp, corrected to sculp, and the name of 
Phis Galle changed to that of his grandson, loan. Galle. Anttverp. 
16—?] Oblong folio, 4 numbered plates. C.s.brigham. 92665 

From the dates of birth and death of Stradanus, 1523? or 1536?— 1605, Adrian 
Collaert, 1560— 1618, and Philip Galle, 1537-1612, it is evident that the first, and 
probably the second impression, must have been made about the end of the i6th or 
beginning of the 17th century, and at Antwerp where Collaert and Galle were engrav- 
ers, the latter a printseller as well. Jan Galle was born in 1600, and died in 1676, 
so that the third would hardly have been published until after 1620. See Nagler's 
"Ncues allgemeines Kijnstler-Lcxikon," vol. 19, 191 2, Thieme and Becker's ".\llge- 
meines Lexikon," vol. 7, 191 2, vol. 13, 1920, and Wurzbach's "Niederllindisches 
Kiinstler-Lexikon," vol. 2, 1910. 

The first plate has the heading described above, below which are vignette portraits 
of "Americvs Vespvccivs Florcntinvs," and "Christophorvs Colvmbvs Genvensis." 
The centre of the engraving is a representation of the globe showing Europe, Africa, 
the West Indies, and the eastern coast of North and South America. This is sup- 
ported on the recumbent form of Oceanus, while Flora and Janus stand on either side. 
Below is shown part of Italy, especially the Mediterranean coast, with the represen- 
tations of several towns and cities, including Florence and Genoa. At the foot, beside 
the names of artist, engraver, and publisher, as given above, are the following inscrip- 
tions: Qvis potis est dignvm pollenti pectore carmen | Condere pro rervm maiestate, 
hisqve repertis? | Lvdovico, et Aloyzio | Almanijs fratrib. nobil. Flor. | Joannes 
Strada, inven. d.d. 



82 STRADANUS. 

The letters "aa" added in the left hand upper corner of the latest state of the first 
plate suggest that this impression of the plates may have been used to illustrate some 
larger work. This state shows faint traces of the name "Phis" erased to be replaced 
by the name of the grandson, "loan." Galle. 

The other three plates represent in turn Columbus, Vespuccius and Magellan, stand- 
ing or sitting in the prows of their vessels, and surrounded in the sea or air by myth- 
ological and allegorical figures. At the foot of the respective plates are the following 
inscriptions: 

Christophorvs Colvmbvs Ligvr terroribus Occani superatis alterius pacne Orbis 
regiones a se inventas Hispanis regibus addixit. An. salutis m.viiid. | (In the later 
impressions the number "2" has been added in the lower right hand corner.) 

Americvs Vespvccics Florentinvs portentosa navigatione ad Occasum atque ad 
Austrum duas Orbis terrarum partes, nostris oris quas | incolinius maiores, et nullis 
antea nobis notas s,-eculis, aperuit. quarum alteram de suo nomine American: morta- 
lium consensus nominavit. An. sal. m. hid. | 

Ferdinandes Magalanes Lvsitanvs anfractuoso eurlpo superato, et telluri ad 
Austrum nomen dedit, | eiusque navis omnium prima atq'ue novissima Solis cursum in 
terris asmulata, terrae totius globum circumijt. An sal. m.d.xxii. | 

A few slight changes have been made in the above inscriptions in order to conform 
to modern typography. 

In the Stokes collection at nvp. is what may be either an earlier engraving or a re- 
engraving of plate 3. Easily noted differences are as follows: the inscription, "Ameri. 
Vespvc," directly beneath the figure of Vespuccius is omitted; the tassel hanging from 
the quadrant in his right hand is lacking; the implement held by the nereid at the left 
of the ship is thrust through the wrist of the human arm she impales, while in the 
other engraving the implement passes only through the upper part of the arm. There 
are also perceptible differences in the engraving of the inscription below the picture. 

The set of the plates in the library of the American Type Founders Company, 
Jersey City, N. J., is mounted on one leaf in a large volume of about 300 mounted 
plates engraved after Stradanus. 

Wilberforce Fames calls attention to the fact that in the series of Tross's catalogues 
for 1873, no. 9, lot no. 4396, the four original copper plates from which these prints 
were made, in oblong folio, were offered for sale at 500 francs. The description of the 
set was accompanied by a reproduction from the Vespucci plate. It is possible that 
modern impressions from the plates may appear upon the market. 

The four plates were reengravcd, reversed and on a smaller scale, for part 4 of 
De Dry's Great Voyages, first printed, Frankfurt, 1594, two being found above the 
text on the third and fourth preliminary leaves, and the others as nos. vi and xv of 
the plates bound at the end of the part. The title, Americae Retectio, and the names 
of Columbus and Vespuccius on the vignette portraits are repeated, but the other 
inscriptions are omitted. The name of Stradanus does not appear. These engravings 
appear in other editions of De Bry, and reproductions of the fourth plate in the 
abridgment of 1617, and in Gottfriedt's "HIstoria Antipodum," 1631, another 
abridgment. 

Most of the above information regarding the various states of the plates of the 
"Americae Retectio" supplied by C. S. Brigham and Wilberforce Fames. 

Stradanus. Nova Reperta. | [At foot of first plate:] loan. 
Stradanus tnuent. C. de Mnllcry excu. \ Aloys'io Alamannio Flor^P \ 
J. Strad. invent. DD. \ [Antwerp. i6oo?] Oblong 4to, engraved 
title and 9 numbered plates, 8 by loj 2 inches. 

AMER.TVPE FOUNDERS CO., BM. 92666 

The approximate date is assigned fmm the dates of birth and death of Stradanus, 

1523? or i536?-i6o';, Philippe Galle, 1537-1612, Theodore Galle, 1571-1633, 

Carcl de Mallery, 11:71-1635, and loan. Coliaert (prob.ibly the second), I 566-1628. 

See Thicmc and Becker's and Nagler's compilations cited above. 



STRADANUS. 83 



A series of nine plates depicting recent discoveries and inventions. For a second 
scries with ten plates, see below. The American Type Founders Company copy of the 
sets is mounted in the volume of engravings after Stradanus mentioned above. 

In the first set only the title and plate I have American interest, and in the 
second, only plate 18. 

The title, which is unnumbered, contains small numbered pictures of the inven- 
tions and discoveries which are depicted in more detail in the nine plates of the first 
series which follow. A key at the foot of the title explains what each number rep- 
resents. The representation of plate 1 on the title is a map of North and South 
America, encircled by the inscription: "Americvs Vespvccivs Florent. retcctor et 
denominator. Christopher Colvmbvs Genvens. inuentor." 

Plate I has the following inscription at the foot: America. | Americen Americus 
retexit, et Semel vocauit inde semper excitam. | loan. Stradanus inuent. \ Theodor. 
Galle sculp. C. de Mallery excud. \ 

Vespuccius is shown landing on American shores and being greeted by an Indian 
woman sitting on a rope hammock hung between two trees. In the background a 
native family are sitting around an open fire roasting a human leg on a spit. At the 
left is the ocean and one ship not far from shore. A small boat is drawn up to the 
shore. 

Plates 2-9 of the series have the inscriptions: loan. Stradanus inuent. Phils. Galle 
excud. Their titles are as follows: 

Plate 2. "Lapis Polaris, Magnes." 

Plate 3. "Pvlvis Pyrivs." 

Plate 4. "Impressio Librorvm." 

Plate 5. "Horologia Ferrea." 

Plate 6. "Hyacvm, et lues venerea." 

Plate 7. "Distillatio." 

Plate 8. "Ser, sive sericvs vermis." 

Plate 9. "Stapha:, sive stapedes." 

Quaritch's "General Catalogue," vol. i, 1887, p. 70, describes a collection of sixty 
original drawings of sports, etc., by Stradanus, among which is "a portrait of 'Ameri- 
cus Vespucius Florent, 1497,' landing in the New World, his ship in the background, 
America in the shape of an Indian woman receiving him." This is probably the orig- 
inal drawing of plate i of "Nova Reperta." 

Stradanus. [Nova Reperta. Second series. Antwerf. 1600?] 
Oblong 4to, I opiates numbered 10—19. 8 by lO^ inches. 

AMER.TYPE founders CO., BM. 92667 

This series issued in continuation was apparently an afterthought, as plates 10—19 
were not described on the title page of the first series entered above. Probably no sep- 
arate title was issued as there is none with the set belonging to the American Type 
Founders Company, and the bm. printed catalogue describes the 19 plates as a single 
series. 

Plate 18 alone has American interest. 

Plates 10—14, 16, and 19, have the inscriptions: loan. Stradanus inuent. Phis. 
Galle excud. Plates 15 and 17: loan. Stradanus inuent. loan. Collaert sculp. Phis 
Galle excud. Plate 18 as described below. 

Their titles are as follows: 

Plate 10. "Mola Aqvaria." 

Plate 1 1. Mola alnta." 

Plate 12. "Olevm alivarvm." 

Plate 13. "Saccharvm." 

Plate 14. "Color olivi." 

Plate 15. "Conspicilla." 

Plate 16. "Orbis Longitvdines repertae e magnetis a polo declinatione." 

Plate 17. "Politvra Armorvm." 



84 STRAET. 

Plate 18 has the following lines at the foot: Astrolabivm. | Americus Vespuccius, 
cum quattuor Stcllis cruccm silente nocte repperit. | [At foot of Insert:] loan. 
Stradanus invent. loan-. Collaert sculp. \ C. de Mallery excudit. \ 

Vespuccius Is shown at night standing on shore by a small table, taking observa- 
tions from the stars. Near him are three sleeping companions. At the right is a 
small boat tied to a stake on the shore. Not far out at sea are two ships. 

At the left Is an insert containing a portrait of Dante, with the following inscrip- 
tion on the left side: Danthes | Aligerius | Florentinus I Poeta, Anno | Sal. m.ccc. | 
descripsit | mi. Stellas | Antarctic:is | cap^ pr" purg. | [And on the right side, the 
following:] His verbis | ab Americo | Vespuccio | In suls | Epistolis | adductis. | 

Beneath the portrait are six lines in Italian, followed by a Latin translation, from 
the first canto of Dante's Purgatory, beginning "lo mi vols! a man destra ..." 

Plate 19. "Scvlptvra in 2S." 

Plates 4, 5 and ig are reproduced on a small scale in "Feest-Bundel Dr. Abraham 
Bredius," vol. 2, [1915], leaves 85 and 86, nyp. Plate 4 is also reproduced on a 
small scale in the catalogue of the Morgner sale at the Anderson Galleries, March 
4—5, 1925, no. 415. The Morgner copy of the two series of "Nova Reperta," which 
apparently lacked one plate, was bought by Walter M. Hill of Chicago. 

Straet (Jan van der). 5d'^ Stradanus (Joannes). 

Strafford Conference, N. H. Anniversaries of Strafford 
County. Proceedings of the Strafford Conference and of the Aux- 
ih'ary Education, Bible, Home Missionary, Sabbath School, Tract, 
and Sacred Musical Societies. Holden at Moultonborough, N. H. 
May 19, 20 & 21, 1835. Giimanton: Advocate Press — Alfred 
Prescotty Printer. 1835. 8vo, pp. 32. UTS. 92668 

Also: Anniversaries of Strafford County. . . . Holden at Sandbornton, N. H. June, 
1837. Gilmanion, li'^y. heh. 

Strain (Isaac G. ). Cordillera and Pampa, Mountain and Plain. 
Sketches of a Journey in Chili, and the Argentine Provinces, in 
1849. -^y Lieut. Isaac G. Strain, U. S. N., Corresponding Member 
of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia; of the His- 
torical and Geographical Institute of Brazil; Ethnological Society 
of New York, &c. Ne-:v York: Horace H. Moore, 2~ Merchants* 
Exchange. 1853. [Verso of title:] Printed h\ C. \V . Benedicty 
20 1 William Street, N. Y. 1 2 mo, pp. 295, errata ( i ). 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., NVH., NYP., P., WHS., V. 92669 
P. 14 misnunibered 4. 

Si'RAiN. A Pa[-)er on the History and Prospects of Interoccanic 
Communication by the American Isthmus, read by Lieut. I. C [sic]. 
Strain . . . before the New ^'ork Historical Societv, June 17, 1856. 
New York: Charles Vinten, Printer, 100 NassaK Street. 1 856. 8vo, 

pp. 27. B., C, NYP., V. 92670 

Translated into Swedish, HlocklioUn, 1869. ite-x. 

The I Strait Gate | And The | Narrow Way, | Infinitely pref- 
erable I To The I Wide Gate I And The I Broad Way. I Two Scr- 



STRAIT-CREEK. 85 

mons, I Upon Matth. vii. 13, 14. | Wherein the several Advan- 
tages I and Disadvantages, with the | respective Ends of a Wicked 
and I a Pious Life are compared. | And Unconverted Sinners are 
here- | upon exhorted and perswaded to | consider of their Ways, 
and to I turn and live to God, | Boston: Printed for D. Hcnch- \ 
man, at his Shof In Corn-hill. 1729. | l2mo, pp. (2), 103. 

AAS., B., M. 92671 

Attributed by Gushing to Joshua Gee. Improved title of no. 26832, vol. 7. 

Strait-Creek Baptist Association, Ohio. Minutes of the 
Thirty-eighth Anniversary of the Strait-Creek Baptist Association. 
Held in the Meeting-House of the New-Market Church, New- 
Market, Highland County, O. August 2ist, 22d, 23d, 1852. 
Hillsborough: Highland News Office print. 1 85 2. 8vo, pp. 12. 
Continued. heh. 92672 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Straitsville Iron and Coal Mines, in Perry County, Ohio. [Bos- 
ton? 1854.?] 8vo,pp. 15. B. 92673 

A report of the assayer to the state of Massachusetts which is included is dated: 
Boston, Oct. 18, 1854. 

Strane Avventure avvennute in un Viaggio Maritimo. See Viaud 
(Pierre). 

[Strang (James Jesse)]. Ancient and Modern Michilimacki- 
nac, including an Account of the Controversy between Mackinac 
and the Mormons. \_St. James, Mich.?'] MDCCCLIV. 8vo, cover 
title and pp. 48. c, whs. 92674 

Improved title of no. 48805, vol. 12. 

According to Quaife's "Kingdom of Saint James," 1930, p. 190, the above is a 
reprint of a series of articles in the "Northern Islander," January to April, 1854. 

Issues of the pamphlet with 40 pp. are described in the catalogue of the Paullin 
sale at the American Art Association, part 2, April 29, etc., 1929, no. 2170, and 
in Heartman catalogues for sales of Jan. 18, 1930, no. 334, and May 10, 1930, no. 
no. In the latter it is called the "second issue." 

Reprinted with a supplement, by the St. Ignace News and Free Press in 1885, whs.; 
and by Wingfield Watson in 1894, c, whs. 

[Strang]. The Book of the Law of the Lord. Saint James 
[Beaver Island, Mich.]? 1850? Pp. 80. 92675 

No copy of the first edition has been located. 

The c. copy of the second edition has the following MS. note on a p.ige preceding 
a title page and preliminary pages supplied in ms.: "Lansing, Mich., Sept. 21, 1895. 
The following title page and testimony were published in a first edition of the Book 
of the Law. The title and introduction was not completed for the last edition at the 
time of the murder of James J. Strang and the dispersion of his followers in June, 
1856." [Signed:] Chas. J. Strang. 

The title was given as follows: 

VOL. XXIV. 6 



86 STRANG (j. J.). 

The book of the Law of the Lord consisting of an inspired translation of some of the 
most important parts of the Law given to Moses and a very few additional com- 
mandments, with brief notes and references. Printed by command of the King At 
the Royal press Saint James A. R. I. 

The testimony in ms. is signed: "Samuel Graham, Albert N. Hosmcr, Samuel P. 
Bacon." Information from Ernest Klctsch. 

James Jesse Strang (originally called Jesse James Strang), was a Mormon leader, 
who in 1844 was living in Wisconsin at a place afterward called by him Voree. He, 
on the assassination of Joseph Smith, produced a letter purporting to have been 
written by the latter before his death, prophesying his own end and appointing Str.Tng 
as his successor. Strang's claims being rejected in favor of Brigham Young by the 
main body of the Latter-Day Saints, he retired to Voree, organized his own church, 
and set up a printing press. The seat of the church and of the printing press was 
later moved to "Saint James," Beaver Island, Michigan. It is possible that the above 
may have been printed before the removal. 

Following the precedent of Smith, Strang hnd visions in support of his pretensions. 
He also, together with witnesses, most of whom, however, later repudiated their tes- 
timony, discovered in the ground metallic plates. These he claimed to be an "author- 
ized copy" of the Book of the Law of the Lord, kept by the Jews in the Ark of the 
Covenant, which had been "taken by Nephi from Laban, in Jerusalem, (B. of M., 
1st Nephi i,) and brought to America, in the time of Zedekiah, King of Judah." See 
Strang's Book of the Law of the Lord, 1856, p. 43. See also, M. M. Quaife's "The 
Kingdom of Saint James," 1930. The latter states on p. i88 that in "April, 1849, 
we find Alden Hale writing to the Prophet concerning plans and procedure for pub- 
lishing the 'new translations.' The letter discusses the procuring of paper, type, and 
implements for binding the publication . . . No copy of this edition is known to be 
in existence, although Wingfield Watson informed the writer that he had owned one 
which some time before the conversation he had loaned to a fellow Saint in Ten- 
nessee, by whom it had not been returned." According to Charles J. Strang's explana- 
tory note prefixed to the copy of the Book of the Law of the Lord in the Detroit Public 
Library, the first edition was without the very full notes included in that of i 856. 

For what is probably a reprint of this first edition, see the following title: 

[Strang]. The | Book of the Law | of | The Lord | consisting 
of an inspired translation of | some of the most important parts of | 
the law given to Moses, and a very | few additional command- 
ments, I with brief notes and | references. | Printed bv command 
of the King | at the Royal Press, | Saint Jam.es, | A. R. I. | [Kansas 
City, Mo. Ben T. Short. 1930.''] 8vo, pp. 80. whs. 92676 

Apparently a reprint of the first edition. Nine of the chapters found In the second 
edition are omitted, and the chapter on Baptism for the Dead is different. 

The notes and references are few and brief as compared with those in the second 
edition, entered below. 

On the verso of the title is an announcement, signed by Ben T. Short, 222/^ Inde- 
pendence Avenue, Kansas City, Mo., that "we will be able to supply those who desire 
to investigate our claims, with copies of the Book of the Lord, together with the 
pamphlets which we hope to be able to publish in the future in defense of said book 
. . . Price Book, small edition $1.00." 

Lcglcr in his article on "King Stratig's Press" in the "Literary Collector," vol. 8, 
1904, p. 39, states that the "final letters, 'A. R. I.' are doubtless meant to represent 
the words /\nno Regis Primo, 'in the first year of the king.' " 

The testimony on the verso of the title is signed by seven witnesses as in the last 
reissue of the second edition, and pp. [7]-[8J contain the same matter as those p.iges 
in that reissue. 

The preface, pp. iii-vi, reads the same as in all of the reissues of the second edition. 



STRANG (j. J.)- 87 

[Strang]. Book of the Law. Chapter I. The Decalogue. [St. 
James: Printed for James J. Strang. 1856.] l2mo, pp. [17] — 
336. AAS.,c.,NYP. 92677 

Another copy is on deposit at whs. 

Title from heading of p. 17. No title page was printed in 1856. 

Advertised in the "Daily Northern Islander," June 20, 1856, to consist of 350 pp. 

Quaife in his "Kingdom of Saint James," 1930, pp. 189—190, states that the publi- 
cation of this edition was begun in Strang's paper, the "Northern Islander," in the 
issue for January 24, 1856. The book was printed from the type of the instalments 
in the newspaper, 320 copies being struck off. The sheets were still unbound in 
June of that year, when Strang was assassinated, and were saved by his followers 
when a mob destroyed his printing office. The sheets were sent to Racine, where 
Benjamin Wright, an apostle in the Church, and a father-in-law of Strang took 
charge of them. 

The NYP. copy, which is bound, has the following ms. note by William Berrian on 
the verso of the third fly-leaf: "(Complete) Same as J. J. Strang own Copy in pos- 
session of one of his Wives Jany 1887. W. B. There was no Title page to even his 
own copy." 

Issues of the sheets of this edition preceded by modern title pages have appeared 
as follows : 

[Strang]. The | Book of the Law | of | the Lord | consisting 
of I An Inspired Translation of some of the | Most Important Parts 
of the Law | given to Moses, and a very few | Additional Com- 
mandments, I with Brief Notes and | References. | Printed by com- 
mayid of the Kinz I at the Royal Press I Saint James I A . R. I . 
[1856. Preliminary pages printed at least thirty years after the 
"dispersion," Lansing? 1890?] l2mo, pp. (l), 7, verso blank, 

[l7]-336. DETROIT PL., MICH.S.L. 92678 

On the leaf facing the title is the following "Explanatory" note, signed by Strang's 
son, Chas. J. Strang, at Lansing, Mich. This is not found in either of the issues 
described below. 

"This book, except the title-page, testimony, and preface, was printed under the 
direct supervision of the editor, James Jesse Strang, at his publishing house in St. 
James, Beaver Island, Michigan, during the winter of 1855—6, and was nearly ready 
for the book-binder at the time of his assassination and the dispersion of his people 
in June, 1856. The title-page, testimony and preface are copied from an earlier 
pamphlet edition of the "Law," which was published without the extensive "notes" 
which appear in this edition. 

"The greater portion of the edition was destroyed by the mob which plundered the 
publishing house and the stores, offices and homes of all connected with the society. 

"About thirty years after the dispersion, a number of complete copies of the book 
came into my possession through the efforts and care of friends of the family, who 
had gathered them up during the tumultuous reign of the mob, and had carefully 
preserved them during the wanderings of subsequent years, to be finally given to 
some member of the family who would preserve them for the benefit of posterity." 

On the verso of the title is the testimony of three witnesses that they have seen and 
handled the plates from which the "translations" were made. This is followed by a 
preface, pp. 3—7, and the sheets of the work printed in 1856. 

Title supplied by M. M. Quaife, who quotes an authority for the approximate date 
in his "Kingdom of Saint James," p. 190. 



88 STRANG (j. J.). 

[Strang]. The | Book of the Law of the Lord; | consisting of | 
An Inspired Translation of Some of the Most | Important Parts of 
the Law given to Moses, | and a very few Additional Command- | 
ments, with Brief Notes and References. | Printed by command of 
the King \ at the Royal Press, St. James. \ A. R. I. | [ 1856. Pre- 
liminary pages printed between 1890 and 1 900.] l2mo, pp. 7, 
verso blank, [i7]-336. H. 92679 

As in the preceding issue, the testimony on the verso of the title is signed by three 
witnesses, and the preface forms pp. 3—7. The text consists of the 1856 sheets. 

Title supplied by Wilberforce Eames from the Sweet copy. Another copy with this 
title page, but without the preface, is on deposit at whs. 

[Strang]. The | Book of the Law | of | the Lord | consisting 
of I An Inspired Translation of some of the most important | Parts 
of the Law given to Moses, and a very | few Additional Command- 
ments, Vv'ith I Notes and References. | Printed by C ommand of the 
King. I At the Royal Press, \ Saint James, A. .^. /. | [ 1856. Pre- 
liminary pages printed circa 1920.] l2mo, pp. 8, [17]— 336. 

Title supplied by Wilberforce Eames. 92DoO 

In this issue the testimony on verso of title is signed by four additional witnesses, 
this is followed by the preface, pp. 3-6, and table of contents, 7-8. After the con- 
tents is a list of the portions of the work, which Strang claimed to have written, or 
which were revealed to him, the rest being from the "plates taken from Laban." The 
text consists of the sheets of the edition printed in 1856. Mr. Eames states that the 
preliminary pages were apparently printed about 1920. A copy of the book sold at 
the Anderson Galleries, at a sale November 28—29, 1921, is said to have a netvly 
printed title-page and contents. 

[Strang]? Catholic Controversy. 92681 

Title from H. E. Legler's "Moses of the Mormons" in Parkman Club "Publica- 
tions," nos. 15-16, 1897, p. 178, where it is listed without imprint or date, though 
said to be from Strang's press. Legler states that he has been unable to obtain a copy. 

[Strang] ? Collection of Sacred Hymns adopted [sic] to the 
faith and views of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-Day Saints. 
Vorec: Gospel Press. I 850. 92682 

Title from H. E. Legler's "Moses of the Mormons" in Parkman Club "Publica- 
tions," nos. 15—16, 1897, p. 177. 

[Strang]. . . . The Diamond: being the law of Prophetic Suc- 
cession and a defense of the calling of James J. Strang as successor 
to Joseph Smith, and a full exposition of the law of God touching 
the succession of prophets holding the presidency of the true church, 
and the proof that this succession has been kept up. Voree, Wis., 
1848. [St. James? 185-?] 8vo, pp. 16 NVP., WHS. + [St. 
/^mr.f.? 185-.? ] 8vo, pp. 15. NVP., WHS. 92683 

Both editions have caption titles only with the heading: "Gospel Tract No. IV. — 
First published by the Church of Latter Day Saints at Vorec, Wis. 184S." The 15 pp. 
edition is printed in double columns. 



STRANG (j. J.)- 89 

Signed at the end, James J. Strang. 

The beginning of the Diamond, pp. i— 11 of the 16 pp. edition, was first issued at 
Voree in the "Gospel Herald," April 27, 1848, stopping in the middle of the "First 
Pastoral Letter" of Strang, with the note "(To be continued)." The remainder of this 
letter and Chapter 5, pp. 12—16 in the above reprint, were probably issued in the 
following number of the Herald since Chapter 5 is dated at the end, "Voree, May ist, 
1848." 

[Strang]. . . . The Diamond: A full exposition of the law of 
God touching the succession of prophets holding the presidency of 
the true church and the proof that this succession has been kept up. 
Voree, Wis., 1848. [St. James. 1856.''] 8vo, pp. 20. c. 92684 

Caption title. With heading: "Gospel Tracts. — No. IV." Quaife, "Kingdom of 
Saint James," p. 187, says that a 20 pp. edition was advertised in the last issue of 
the Daily Northern Islander, which was published at St. James, June 20, 1856. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

An issue of the Diamond, with the supplied date, 1878, is listed as no. 2188 of the 
catalogue of part 2 of the Paullin sale at the American Art Association, April 29, 
etc., 1929. 

Strang. The Prophetic Controversy. A Letter from James J. 
Strang to Mrs. Corey. \_St. Jamrs? 1855?] 8vo, pp. 49, erratta 
[sic] (i). H., NYP., WHS. 92685 

Caption title. The letter itself is dated "Saint James, Sep. 26, 1854." In a footnote 
on p. 34: "Now (1885) they [Strang and his followers] occupy and have the ex- 
clusive control of the counties of Manitue and Emmet, and the township of Drum- 
mond, in Chippewa county, Michigan ..." 

Reprinted without date, probably before 1900, in an edition of 35 pp. with a plate, 
H., WHS. and again in an edition of 38 pp. without the plate, h., whs. 

After Strang's death a series of pamphlets was published in continuation of his 
tract, with title, "Prophetic Controversy," no. 2 [—13], consisting of letters dated 
from 1887— 1918, and signed either Wingfield Watson, or W. W. h. No. 2 con- 
tained extracts from the writings of John E. Page, James J. Strang, William Marks, 
and Hyrum P. Brown, with notes by Watson. 

[Strang].? The Prophetick Discussion. [St. James? 1856.''] 
4to, pp. 44. 92686 

Canvassing the claims of Strang and Erigham Young. Title supplied from an 
advertisement in the "Daily Northern Islander," June 20, 1856, quoted by Quaife, 
"Kingdom of Saint James," p. 187. 

Strang. Warning to all People. By James J. Strang, Successor 
Prophet to Joseph Smith. [VoreeF I 846.] H. 92687 

Caption title. 

The H. copy was apparently a narrow broadside, which has been mounted on four 
pages. It contains a proclamation of the appointment of Ebenezer Page as Presiding 
High Priest of the Black River District of the state of New York. Following it are 
several "revelations" of J. J. Strang received in 1846, 1845, and 1844. 

Dated and signed: Voree, July 9th, 1846. James J. Strang, Pres. of the C. of 
J. C. of L. D. S. 

Also: The Revelations of James J. Strang. [Boyne? 1885?] 8vo, pp. 22. 
Plate, c, NYP. Caption title. A list of "Tracts for Sale" on p. 22 has the printed 
signature, "Wingfield Watson, Boyne, Charlevoix Co., Mich," and is dated in ap- 
parently contemporary ms., "Feb. 1885." 



90 STRANG (j. J.)- 

Strang contributed "Some Remarks on the Natural History of Beaver Islands" to 
the Smithsonian Institution's Annual Report for 1854, 1855, pp. 282-288. 

While his group was in Wisconsin, Strang published the "Voree Herald," January, 
1846, to June 6, 1850, which for about a year was issued with some irregularity as 
a monthly, and then became a weekly. In January, 1847, or earlier, the title was 
changed to "Zion's Reveille," and with the issue of September 23, 1847, again 
changed to "Gospel Herald." According to Quaife, "Kingdom of Saint James," 
p. 185, "The early issues . . . were printed at different places — at Voree, Elkhorn, and 
Southport, Wisconsin, at Ottawa, Illinois, and at New York City. In all ... one 
hundred eighty numbers were issued." nvp. and whs. have the best of the known 
files of the paper, no complete one having been located. 

After the Herald had been discontinued, and the press had been moved to St. James, 
/. e. Reaver Island, Mich., Strang began the publication of the "Northern Islander," 
an irregularly issued weekly. According to Quaife, "Kingdom of Saint James," p. 
186, "The first number was published December 12, 1850, twelve numbers appeared 
in 1851, twenty-six in 1852, three in 1853, twenty-five in 1854, and sixteen in 1855. 
The issue of January 24, 1856, which summarizes this information, announces that 
both weekly and daily editions will be published in future. Therefore seven numbers 
of the weekly were published, and thirty-three of the daily, the last appearing on 
June 20, 1856. This issue contains an account of the shooting of Strang, and a short 
note stating that because of it and of the general confusion of affairs, further pub- 
lication will be suspended. Of the thirty-three issues published [of the daily], copies 
of only one or two are known still to exist." Quaife also states that no complete file 
of the weekly has been located, though a "considerable run" of it was formerly in the 
possession of Wingfield Watson. Photostatic reproductions from this file are in the 
Burton Historical Collection of the Detroit Public Library, and at whs. 

The following pamphlet contains important source material: — A Few Historical 
Facts concerning the Murderous Assault at Pine River also the Life, Ministry, An- 
cestry and Childhood of James J. Strang. [Lansing? 1892.] 8vo, pp. (2), 9. h. 
Contents: "Northern Islander Extra Sa[i]nt James, Thursday, July 14, 1853, 
Murderous Assault — .•Attack of Sheriff Miller — Six Men Wounded!" pp. 1—3; "An- 
cestry and Childhood of James J. Strang written by himself 1855," pp. 4—7; "... 
Murder of James J. Strang," from the "Daily Northern Islander," June 20, 1856, 
pp. 8—9. An explanatory note on p. 7 is signed and dated, Chas. J. Strang, Lansing, 
Mich., April 3, 1892. 

For an account of Strang's press, giving reasons for a belief that it was one imported 
by Jesuits from France into the northwest between 1740 and 1760, and after long 
disuse captured by the Mormons, see a passage in the Detroit Free Press, Thursday, 
July 31, 1890, p. 12, quoted In McMurtrie's "Early Printing in Michigan," 193 1, 
PP- 323-324- 

Strang (Jesse). The Authentic Confession of Jesse Strang 
executed at Albany, Friday, August 24, 1827 for the murder of 
John Whipple as made to the Rev. Mr. Laccv Rector of St. Peter's 
Church, Albany from the time of Strang's imprisonment down to 
the hour of his execution. Published to the world at Strang's dying 
request! together with the account of his execution and conduct 
under the gallows . . . Nciv-York: Printed and -publishrd h\ E. M. 
Murdrn ^ A . Mingy Jr. 4 Chamber-St. No. I Mnrra\-Strcct and 
6S Division-Strrrf. 1827. I2mo, pp. 20. C, HSP. 92688 

Title supplied by Ernest Klctsch. 

Strang. The Confession of Jesse Strang, who was convicted of 
the murder of John Whipple, At a Special Court of 0\'er and Ter- 



STRANG (jESSe). 9 I 

miner, held in and for the County of Albany, on the fourth day of 
August 1827. Being a minute relation of all the circumstances con- 
nected with the murder, as related by him, after his conviction; and 
which he most solemnly affirmed, contained nothing but the truth. 
Made to C. Pepper, Esq. One of his Counsel. Albany: Printed by 
John B. Van Steenbergh. 1827. Svo, pp. 35. 

AAS., B., BM., C, H.(lA\v), HSP., NYH., NYP. 92689 

Strang. The Confession of Jesse Strang, who was Executed at 
Albany, August 24, 1827, for the Murder of John Whipple. Copy 
Right Secured. Albany: Printed for the Publisher. 1 827. Svo, 

pp.24. AAS., H., NYH. 92690 

Copies of either this or the preceding title are located at ba. and heh. 

Strang. The Trial, Conviction & Sentence of Jesse Strang, for 
the murder of John Whipple, at Albany, on the 7th of May, 1827. 
Containing all the evidence as given on the very interesting trial, 
with the trial & acquittal of Mrs. Whipple, as an accomplice to the 
murder of her husband. Together with a brief sketch of the history 
of Jesse Strang, and also, the history of Mrs. Whipple. New-York: 
E. M. Mtirden. 1827. Svo, pp. 40. C, h.(law) 92691 

Strang. The Trial of Jesse Strang, for the Murder of John 
Whipple. Printed in the city of Albany. 1827. Svo, pp. 16. 

NYP. 92692 

Strang. Trial of Jesse Strang, for the murder of John Whipple, 
at a Special Court of Oyer and Terminer holden in July, 1827. 
. . . Albany: Printed by D. M'Glashan, No. 3, Beaver-st. 1827. 
Svo, pp. 35. C, H.(lAw), NYH., NYP. 92693 

See also Whipple (Elsie D.). 

Strang (Jesse James). 5^^ Strang (James Jesse), 

[Strange (James Stanley-Smith), commonly styled Lord^. 

Report from the Committee appointed to enquire into the State and 

Condition of the Countries adjoining Hudson's Bay. See no. 33548, 

vol. 8. BM. 

Reported by Lord Strange. Concerning his title, which should have been Lord 
Stanley, see G. B. C[okayne]'s "Complete Peerage," under Derby, vol. 2, p. 75. 

[Strange {Sir John)] . The Case of the Province of Mar}land. 
5^^ no. 45099, vol. 1 1, c. 

[Strange]. . . . Gillam Phillips, only Brother of Henry Phillips 
deceased | Intestate, [ Appellant | Faith Savage Widow, one of the 



92 STRANGE (rOBERt). 

Sisters of the Intestate, | and others, | Respondents. | The Case of 
Faith Savage, One of the Respondents. | {^London. 1737.] Folio, 
pp. 4. NYP. 92694 

Caption title: With heading: "Massachusett's-Bay." 

Signed on p. 4: "J. Strange. Jonath' Belcher." 

The title is also docketed on the lower part of p. 4, with the further endorsement: 
"To be heard before the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of His Maj- 
esty's most Honour.ablc Privy Council, at the Cock-pit at Whitehall, on — day, the 
— Day of — 1737) ^t — in the — noon." 

See also, Letter to Philo Africanus, upon Slavery . . . with the Opinions of Sir 
John Strange, no. 40451, vol. 10, and the improved entry of the London edition, 
no. 62542, vol. 15. London, 1788, bm. Newport, 1788, aas., c. 

Strange (Robert). An Address delivered before the Peithes- 
sophian and Philoclean Societies of Rutgers College, by the Hon. 
Robert Strange, of the Senate of the United States. . . . Nezv- 
Brunswick: John Terhune^s Press. 1 840. 8vo, pp. 36. 

EM., C, HER., NYP., P. 92695 

Strange. An Address delivered before the two Literary Socie- 
ties of the University of North Carolina, by Hon. Robert Strange. 
June, 1837. Raleigh: Printed by J. Gales and Son, Office of the 
Raleigh Register, l^'},']. 8vo, pp. 46. aas., C, HEH., NYP., P. 92696 

Strange. Address delivered by the Hon. Robert Strange, before 
the Fayetteville Independent Company, December 4, 1850. To 
which is appended a History of the Company, contained in an Ad- 
dress delivered before the Corps, on the Semi-Centennial Anniver- 
sary, (August 23d, 1 843,) by Edward Lee Winslow, Esq. Fayette- 
ville: Printed by Edward J . Hale, &' Son. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 48. 

C, HEH., M. 92697 

"Address of Mr. Winslow, published in 1843, and now re-published by direction 
of the company," pp. 17—45. 

[Strange.] Eoneguski, or, the Cherokee Chief: a tale of past 

wars. By an American. ... In two volumes. . . . Washington: 

Franck Taylor. I 839. [Verso of title:] Printed by Peter Force, 

corner of D and Tenth Streets. 2 vols., 1 2mo, pp. 218; 196. 

NYP., WHS. 92698 

The original ms. of the Agreement between the author and the publisher concerning 
the terms on which the book was to be published, is inserted in vol. i of the nyp. copy. 

Strange. Eulogy on the Life and Character of William Rufus 
King, delivered in Clinton, on the ist day of June, 1853. ^Y Hon. 
Robt. Strange. ... Raleigh: William 'W. Hollden, ''Standard'' 
Office. 1853. 8vo, pp. 14. NYH. 92699 



STRANGE (rOBERT). 93 

Strange. Life and Character of Hon. Wm. Gaston. A Eulogy, 
delivered by appointment of the oifficers and members of the Fay- 
etteville Bar, on Monday, November ii, 1844. By Hon. Robert 
Strange, ll.d. . . . Fayettev'ille: Printed by Edivard J . Hale. 1 844. 

8vo, pp. 29. C, NYH., NVP. 92700 

Strange. Mr. Strange's Reply to Mr. Biddle. [«. f. 183-?] 
8vo, pp. 8. H. 92701 

Caption title. Signed: R. Strange. 

Addressed to Nicholas Biddle, the President of the Bank of the United States at 
Philadelphia. Relates to the banking situation during the panic of 1837—38. 

Strange. Oration of Robert Strange, Esq., delivered at Fayette- 
ville, N. C, on the jubilee of American Independence, July 4, 
1826. Fayetteville: Printed by E. J . Hale. 1826. l6mo, pp. 31, 
(l). C.,M. 92702 

Strange. The Pursuits of Life. An Address, delivered at the 
request of the Philanthropic Society, before the Literary Societies of 
Davidson College, on the 8th day of August 1 849. By Hon. Robert 
Strange. Fayetteville: Printed by Edward J. Hale. 1849. 8^°' 
pp. 28. H. 92703 

Strange. Speech of Mr. Strange, of North Carolina. In Senate, 
September 2 1, 1 837. — On the bill imposing additional duties on cer- 
tain officers, as depositories in certain cases. {^Washington. 1837.] 
8vo, pp. 16. C, cu., H., HEH., Y. 92704 

Caption title. 

Strange. Speech of Mr. Strange ... on the Assumption, by the 
Federal Government, of the Debts of the States, and in reply to 
Messrs. Clay and Crittenden. Senate, February, 27, 1840. Wash- 
ington: Printed at the Globe Office. 1840. 8vo, pp. 14. 

BA., HSP., Y. 92705 

Strange. Speech of Mr. Strange ... on the bill imposing addi- 
tional duties as depositaries in certain cases, on public officers, &c. 
Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 6, 1838. 
Washington: Printed at the Globe Office. I 838. 8vo, pp. 21. 

c. 92706 

A I Strange Account | of | The Rising | and | Breaking | of | A 
Great | Bubble. | (With Amendments and Enlargement.) | Re- 
Printed and Sold at my Office, at the Sign of \ the Tree of Liberty, 
on Sagadahock-River, | 1767. | {Boston.^ 8vo, pp. 22. 

BA., c, H., M. 92707 



94 STRANGE ACTINGS. 

An attack on the Plymouth Company, proprietors of the Kennebec patent in 
Maine — c. 

Reprinted in "Magazine of History . . . Extra Number — No. 143," 192S, pp. 
33-54, where it is stated that "Though hitherto recorded as a reprint of an earlier 
pamphlet with similar title, printed in Boston 1691 — this is in reality an entirely 
original work, written shortly after the repeal of the Stamp Act, and replete with 
references to persons and events of 1753— 1767." 

The Strange Actings of Sir John Heydon . . . governour in the 
Somer Islands; and also of Henry Tucker, one of his council there: 
and the like actings of William Webb ... A true relation of the just 
and unjust proceedings of the Somers Islands Company. [London.] 
Printi'd in the year, iGjS. 4to, pp. (2), 8. 92708 

Title from a catalogue card for a copy formerly in nyp., now missing. 

The Strange and Dangerovs Voyage of Captaine Thomas lames. 
5.e^ James (T.), no. 3571 1, vol. 9. BM., c, H., nyp. 

The following errors in our previous entry should be noted: 

The date should be "1633," not "1663." 

There should be line ends after "Voyage of," and after "Wherein," in the upper 
part of the title, and in the latter part the line end after "Longitude," should be 
omitted. 

"Mathematical" should be spelled "Mathematical!," and the typographical error 
"Autho'rs" should not have been corrected to "Author's" as In our entry. 

The collation should include twelve leaves instead of eleven, pp. (22), Q4. being 
blank. 

There are two issues of the work, v\hicli may be called A and B. 

In Issue A the ".A.duise concerning the Philosophy of these late Discoueryes," at 
the end, which was written by William Watts, is signed, "x.z." bm., c, h., nyp. 

In Issue B the same section is signed, "William Watts." nyp. 

The map which is frequently missing is found In the h. and nyp. copies of Issue 
A, but is lacking in the c. copy of that issue, and in the nyp. copy of Issue b. A second 
H. copy lacks the map also, and all after p. 112. 

The I Strange and Remarkable | Swansey Vision: | Or a Dream 
that was dreamed a- | bove Forty Years ago, which exactly | proph- 
ecies and foretells the dreadful | Judgments and Calamities that are 
now I come to pass in North-America, in | this melanchollv and dis- 
tressing Day. I Now published from an ancient Ma- | nuscript, at the 
earnest Request of many. | [Colophon:] Printed and Sold at E. 
Russell's I Printing-Office^ Upper End of the | Main-street, Salem. 
At the same \ Place may be had, just published, \ Mr. Cleaveland's 
Piece against \ Mr. Murray, upon the Doctrine | of Univei'sal Sal- 
vation. Likewise, | The ContifWfital Key of the | Liberties of 
America: A Poem. \ To which is annexed, The La- | mentation of 
a bad Market, \ Together with sundry other New | Pieces on the 
Times ; all which will \ be Sold very cheap by the Quanti- \ ty to 
Shopkeepers, Travelling-Tra- | ders, etc. [1776.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Title supplied by Florence M. Osborne. EI. 92709 

Mr. Cle.ivel.md's "Piece" was printed in 1776. 



STRANGE AND REMARKABLE. 95 

Entered by Evans under Samuel Clarke, but it does not appear to be the same dream 
as Clarke's "Americ.in Wonder: or, The Str;iugc and Remarkable Cape-Ann Dream" 
published by Russell in the same year. 

The Strange and Remarkable | Swansey Vision: | Or a Dream 
that was dreamed above 40 Years | ago, which exactly foretells the 
dreadful Judgments | and Calamities that are now come to pass in 
North I America, | in this melancholy and distressing Day. — | Now 
published at the earnest Request of many. | Sold at the Bible and 
Heart in Cornhllly Boston. \ [ 178-? ] 8vo, pp. 4. heh. 927 lO 

At head of text on p. 2: "The Strange and Remarkable Swansey Vision, &c. 
Swansey in the Province of Massachusctts-i5:iy, the 21st Day of the Eleventh Month, 
One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty Four. The address in the imprint indi- 
cates that the pamphlet was sold by Thomas and John Fleet, who, according to 
Evans, were not at this address until 1780. 

Information supplied by Willard O. Waters, who states that the pamphlet is not 
an edition of "The American Wonder: or The Strange and Remarkable Capc-.A.nn 
Dream," Salem, 1776. Nor is it evidently an edition of "A Short Relation concern- 
ing a Dream," \^Boston~\, 1785. Both of these are entered by Evans under Samuel 
Clarke. 

A I Strange and | Wonderful Indian | Dream, | Dreamed on 
Cape-Cod, I On the 14th of May, 1773. | Or, | A Remarkable 
Prophecy, | Relating to twelve Great Men, who sit | in the Judg- 
ment Seat, to judge the Peo- | pie of the Earth, whose Works are 
evil I in the Sight of all Men, and that conti- | nually, in as much as 
they vex and grieve | the People, who are sorely oppressed | under 
their wicked and arbitrary Perver- | sion of the Law. | Dreamed by ] 
Punkapog, a Native of the | Land, and one of the Nichawoonock 
Tribe. | Translated into English for the Benefit of | many. | Sold 
next the Corn field , Union-street. \ \_Boston. Printed hy E-zek'iel 
Russell. 1773.] 8vo, pp. 8. AAS. 92711 

Improved title of no. 66667, vol. 16. 

Ezekiel Russell was at the above address in 1773 and the paper and type are 
similar to those used by him. 

Strange and Wonderfull News from Greenland declaring the 
sad condition of seven Persons left in that country, to which is added 
a Brief Narrative concerning that country. 1 674. 4to. 927 1 2 

Improved title of no. 28656, vol. 7. Information from the c.Ualoguc of the Miller 
sale at Sotheby's, June 30, etc., 1919, lot no. 779. 

The Strange and Wonderful | Predictions ] of ] Mr. Christopher 
Love, 1 Minister of the Gospel at Lawrence-Jury, London; who 
was beheaded on Tower- | Hill in the Time of Oliver Cromwell's 
Government of England: Giving an Account of Babylon's | Fall, 
or the Destruction of Popery; and, in the glorious Event, a general 
Reformation over all I the World. Boston: Printed and Sold 



g6 STRANGE AND WONDERFUL. 

by Fowle and Drafer, at their Printing-O fice In Marlborough- \ 
street. 1 759. | Folio broadside, aas. -|- New-York: Printed by 
Hugh Gaine, 1759. Folio broadside. + Those who desire to have 
them by the Dozen may now be supplied. The above may be had 
of John Proud in Newport. Just published (Price single five Cof- 
fers) and to be sold by J. Fra7iklin at the Printing Ojfice. I 759. 
Folio broadside. 92713 

Title of the New York edition from Evans. P. L. Ford notes that it was adver- 
tised in the "New-York Mercury," no. 356, "Journals of Hugh Gaine," vol. i, 1902, 
p. 102. Information as to the Newport edition from Hammett's "Contribution to 
the Bibliography and Literature of Newport," 1887, p. 77. 

The Strange and wonderful predictions of Mr. Christopher Love, 
minister of the Gospel at Lawrence-Jury, London, who was be- 
headed on Tower-Hill, on the account of his religion. Likewise an 
account of great wars in America in 1780, with the destruction of 
popery in the year 1790: and in the year 1795, religion shall flourish 
over all the King's domains. To which are added, two letters from 
his wife, a little before his death, with his answer to her again. 
Carlisle: Printed by George Kline, l']<^l. 927 14 

Title from Evans, who also enters a number of editions of the "Prophecies of the 
Reverend Christopher Love," from 1791 to 1797. aas. has a Windsor, [1794], edi- 
tion of the latter not included in Evans. 

Strange Newes | from | Virginia, | being [ a true Relation of a 
Great Tempest in | Virginia, by which many people lost their | 
Lives, great numbers of Cattle de- | stroyed. Houses, and in many 
pla- I ces whole Plantations overturned, | and whole Woods torn 
up I by the Roots. | As a further addition to this calamity, the Sea | 
exceeded its usual height above twelve Foot, over- | flowing all the 
Plain Country, carrying away | much Corn and Tobacco, with 
many | Cattle, forcing the Inhabitants into | the Mountains for the 
security | of their Lives. | London, Printed for W. Thackeray next 
door to I the Dolfhin in Smithfield. 1667. | Small 4to, pp. 7. A in 
four. jCB. 92715 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Strange News | from I Virginia; | Being a full and true | Account 
of the I Life and Death | of | Nathanael Bacon Esquire, | Who was 
the only Cause and Original of all the late | Troubles in that Coun- 
try. I With a full Relation of all the Accidents which have | hap- 
pened in the late War there between the | Christians and Indians. | 
London, \ Printed for William Harris, next door to the Turn- | 
Stile without Moor-gate. 1677. | 4to, pp. 8. A in four. 

H., HEH., JCB., NVP., WLC. 92716 



STRANGE RELATION. 97 

Eleven copies were reproduced by photostat at the Massachusetts Historical Society 
from the Henry E. Huntington Library copy, September, 1926, aas., c, heh., JCB., m., 

NEWBERRY, NYH., NYP., WHS., WLC, V. 

Improved title of no. 2679, vol. i. For a facsimile of the title page, see the 
Church catalogue. 

Strange relation of an old woman who was drowned. New- 
York: Printed by H. DeForeest. 1745. 9^7 1 7 
Title from Evans. 

Stranger, ^5^?«rt^. See [Story (Isaac)], b. 1774, d. 1803. 

The Stranger, a Literary Paper. . . . Albany: Published by John 
Cooky at his reading-room. E. ^ E. Hosford. — Printers. 1 8 14. 

8vo, pp. 8, 416. BM., C, CU., H., NYH., NYP. 927 l8 

Published in 27 numbers from July 3, 1813 to June 25, 1814, a semi-monthly 
except for the first three issues which were weekly. On p. 416: "The Publisher an- 
nounces with regret to his friends and patrons, that after the present number, the 
publication of 'The Stranger' will be suspended." 

The Stranger in Lowell. See [Whittier (John G.)]. 

Stranger of the Valley; or, Louisa and Adelaide. An American 
Tale ... By a Lady . . . Netv York: Collins and Hannay . . . 1825. 
2 vols., 1 2mo, pp. 241 ; 218. c. 92719 

The Stranger's Apology for the General Associations. See Moni- 
tor (E.), -pseud?, no. 49984, vol. 12. aas., ba., h., uts. 

Attributed by Cushing to Noah Worcester. 

The I Stranger's Assistant | and | School-Boy's Instructor. 
Containing | Many Useful and Valuable Rules | in | Arithmetic, 
with Explanations Adapted to the | Most Common Capacities; | to 
which is Added, | a Complete System | Of Reduction of Coins and 
Currencies; | with Four Large Tables. | Also — the | Duties on 
Imports and Tonnage; together | with the Bounties on Exports — 
Custom- I House Regulations, and Penalties | Annexed to each 
Offence, against | the Revenue-Laws of the | United-States, | By 
A Citizen. | New-York — Printed by George For many for the 
Author y I and Sold by Berry, Rogers ^ Berry, No. 128, | Pearl- 
Street. — 1795. I (Copy-right secured.) | i2mo, pp. 180, ii. 4 
folded tables. BM., H., JCB., M. 92720 

The I Stranger's Assistant, | being a Collection of | Short, Correct 
and Easy Rules [ for Reducing | Thirteen different Coins and Cur- 
rencies into each | other, | with | a Concise Method of Calculating 
Federal Money. | To which is Prefixed, | a Complete System of 
Vulgar and Decimal Fractions, ] &c. | [Two lines quoted.] | New 



98 stranger's gift. 

York: Printed for the Author, by G. Forman, | No. 46, Wall- 
street, opfosite I the Post-Office^ | In the 20th Year of American 
Independence. \ [1795.] | 8vo, pp. 125. Folded leaf. 

JCB., M. 92721 
Also published as: "The Intercourse of Nations." \_cop. 1795]. 

The Stranger's Gift. See Bokum (H.), ed. no. 6176, vol. 2. 

AAS., BA., H., NYP., UTEX., Y. 

Stranger's Guide. 

The plan of the dictionary has been to enter guidebooks to various places under 
the name of the locality, or under the name of the compiler. No attempt is made here 
to cover under title the omissions in earlier volumes. Especially large collections are 
located at aas. and nyp. 

Stranger's Handbook. 

See preceding note. 

Strangeways (Thomas). Sketch of the Mosquito Shore, in- 
cluding the Territory of Poyais, descriptive of the country; with 
some information as to its productions, the best mode of culture, &c. 
Chiefly intended for the Use of Settlers. By Thomas Strangeways, 
K.G.c. Captain 1st Native Poyer Regiment, and Aid-de-camp to 
His Highness Gregor, Cazique of Poyais. Edinburgh: Sold by 
William Blackwood, E dinbur gh ; and T. Caddrll, Strand, London. 
1822. [Verso of title:] W. Reid, Printer, Lrith. 8vo, pp. (4), 
viii, 3—355. Frontispiece portrait, plate and folded map. 

BM., C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYH., NYP., PEAB., Y. 92722 

For "A Letter to the editor of the Quarterly Review, for February, 1823, on a 
[unfavorable] review of" this work, see V'erax, -pseud. 

Relates to a colonization scheme of Sir Gregor M'Grcgor. "The plans of M'Gregor 
. . . dazzled the imaginations of a considerable number of . . . persons, and his agents 
were able to dispose of many shares in the imaginary kingdom ..." See Squier's 
"States of Central America," 1858, p. 82. 

Strasburg Academy, Lancaster, Pa. Catalogue and Cir- 
cular of the Strasburg Academy, Lancaster County, Pa. for the 
academical year, 185 1-52. With an address to the "Gamma Theta 
Society," by Rev. H. Harbaugh. Lancaster, Pa. Pri?ited by John 
H. Pearsol. 1 852. 8vo, pp. 32. NYP. 92723 

SrRATEN-PoNTHOz ([Gabriel] Auguste van der). Le Budget 
du Brcsil, ou Rcchcrches sur Ics ressources de cet empire dans leurs 
rapports avec Ics intercts europccns du commerce ct de I'cmigration, 
par le Comte Auguste van der Stratcn-Ponthoz. . . . Bruxelles, 
Librairie de C. Aluquardt, editeur, Place Royale. Meme Tnaison, 
a Gand rt a Leipzig. 1 854. [Verso of half title:] Imp. de G. 



STRATEN-PONTHOZ. 99 

Stapleaux. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. (4), ix, 307, frontispiece portrait and 
folded map; (4), 318, folded map; (4), 362, 2 folded maps. BM., 
C, H., Hisp.soc.AMER., NYP., PEAB. -\- Paris. L'tbrair'te d^Amyoty 
ediieurjS,rue de la Paix. 1854. [Verso of half title:] Bruxelles. — 
Imf. de G. Stapleaux. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. (4), ix, 307, frontispiece 
and folded map; (4), 318, folded map; (4), 362, folded map. 

Y. 92724 

Pp. loi— 102, 117— 118, 159—160, and 193—194 of vol. 2 in the Brussels edition 
are folded. 

Title of the Paris edition supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Straten-Ponthoz. Forschungen iiber die Lage der Auswan- 
derer in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika. Nach dem 
franzosichen Originale bearbeitet von H. Fr. Oswald. Augsburg: 
K. Kollmann. 1846. l2mo, pp. viii, 196. C, H. 92725 

A translation of Recherches, below. 

See also Berghaus (Heinrich Karl Wilhelm), no. 4855, vol. 2. 

Straten-Ponthoz. Onderzoek naar den toestand der land- 
verhuizers in de Vereenigde Staten van Noord-Amerika, door Bo". 
A. van der Straten Ponthoz, Eersten Secretaris van de Belgische 
zending te Washington. Met eene gekleurde plaat. Te Utrecht, 
bij W. H. van Hcijn'mgen. I 847. [Verso of title:] Gedruckt bij 
van der Mofide & Comf. te Utrecht. 8vo, pp. (4), 124. Folded 
map. c, MINNHS., NYP. 92726 

A translation of the following- title. 

Straten-Ponthoz. Recherches sur la situation des emigrants 
aux Etats-Unis de I'Amerique du Nord, par Le Baron A. van der 
Straten Ponthoz, Premier Secretaire de la legation de Bclgique a 
Washington. Bruxelles. Meline, Cans et Comfagnte. Librairie, 
imfrimerie et fonderie. 1846. 8vo, pp. vii, 158. Folded map. 

C, NYP. 92727 

For German and Dutch translations, see the preceding titles. 

Stratford, Conn. Congregational Church of Stratford. 
[Stratford. 1840?] l8mo, pp. 7. Y. 92728 

Contains a list of pastors. Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Stratton (Charles S[herwood] ). An Account of the Life, 
Personal Appearance, Character, and Manners, of Charles S. Strat- 
ton, the American Man in Miniature, known as General Tom 
Thumb, twelve years old, twenty-five inches high, and weighing 
only Fifteen Pounds. With some account of remarkable dwarfs, 
giants, and other human phenomena, of ancient and modern times. 



100 STRATTON (c. S.). 

Also, General Tom Thumb's Songs. London: Printed by T. 
Brettelly Rupert Street^ Haymarket. 1 844. l6mo, pp. 24, includ- 
ing frontispiece. nyp. + [Same title, with the substitution of 
"American Dwarf" for "American Man in Miniature," and the 
omission of "Also, General Tom Thumb's Songs,"] London. 1 844. 
[Verso of title:] Lo7idon: Printed by J. Mitchell and Co. {late 
Brettell), Rufert Street, Haymarket. l6mo, pp. 24, including fron- 
tispiece, cu. 92729 

Copies of either the first or second issue are located at bm. and y. 

Stratton. Bosquejos de la vida, costumbres, caracter y aparen- 
cia personal de Carlos S. Stratton el hombre en miniatura, conocido 
por el nombre de el general Tom Thumb (Thomas Pulgar) de 
16 anos de edad, 28 pulgadas de alto y quince libras de peso. Reco- 
pilado y traducido por E. J. Gomez. Neuva-Orleans, Imprenta de 
la Patria, iS^S. 8vo, pp. 16. 92730 

Title from the Leclerc catalogue, 1867, no. 651. A translation of Sketch, below. 

[Stratton]. History of General Tom Thumb, the man in 
miniature. [Colophon:] Printed by T. Brettell, Rupert Street, 
Haymarket, Westminster. [1857?] i6mo, pp. 32. CU. 92371 

Caption title. 

On p. 18: "The General is now (1857) making his second European Tour." 

[Stratton]. Life and Travels of Thomas Thumb, in the 
United States, England, France, and Belgium. With Illustrations 
of him in his different Costumes. Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakis- 
ton. [cop. 1849.] [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by J. Pagan. 
Printed by C. Sherman. Square l8mo, added engraved title, and 
pp. 144. 3 plates and 4 portraits. H. 92732 

Stratton. The Life of General Tom Thumb. Published by 
Moore & Nims, Troy, N. Y. [1856.] 48mo, pp. 64, including 
illustration. h. 92733 

Stratton. Sketch of the Life, Personal Appearance, &c. of 
Chas. S. Stratton, the American in miniature, known as Gen Tom 
Thumb, &c. London. 1846. l6mo, pp. 24. 9^734 

Title from the catalogue of the Corner sale at Leavitt's, Nov. 1 ;, 1866, lot no. 
1126. 

Stratton. Sketch of the Life, Personal Appearance, Character 
and Manners of Charles S. Stratton, the Man in Miniature, known 
as General Tom Thumb, twenty-eight inches high, and weighing 
only fifteen pounds. With some account of remarkable dwarfs, 



STRATTON (jOHn). IOI 

giants, and other human phenomena, of ancient and modern times. 
Also, General Tom Thumb's Songs. New-York: VanNordeni^ 
Amermany Printers, No. 60 WtlUani-street. 1 847. l2mo, pp. 24. 
NYP. + [Same title with the addition of "fifteen years old" after 
"General Tom Thumb."] [Same imprint, date and collation.] 
AAS., NYP. -\- New-York. 1849. 8vo. BM. + [Same title with 
the substitution of "eighteen years old, thirty-one inches high, and 
weighing only twenty-five pounds," for "fifteen years old [etc.]"] 
New-York: John W. Amermany Printer y No. 60 William- street. 
1856. l2mo, cover title and pp. 23, ( I ), including 2 portraits, nyp. 
+ [Same title with the substitution of "twenty-two years old, 
thirty-two inches high, and weighing only thirty-three pounds," for 
"fifteen years old [etc.]"] New York: Wynkoop,Hallenbeck ^ 
Thomas y Printer Sy No. 1 1 3 Fulton Street, i860. 1 2mo, cover title 
and pp. 32. AAS., H. 92735 

Copies of one or other of the 1847 issues are located at ba., bm., c, hsp., m., 

MINNHS. and NYH. 

Frequently reissued after i860. 

For a Spanish translation, see Bosquejos, above. 

Stratton (John). Report of the Trials of Dr. John Stratton, 
Dr. Benjamin Budd, Joseph Merit, Jesse White, and Samuel Hew- 
lings; who were brought before Josiah Foster Esq. on an informa- 
tion for being concerned in Horse-Racing. With the subsequent 
proceedings thereon; containing the evidence produced, against and 
for the defendants, the opinion of Judge Foster, the defense made 
by the defendants, verdicts of the juries, etc. [n. />.] 1803. 8vo, 
pp. 12. p. 92736 

Preface dated: Evesham [N. J.], 3d mo, 1st, 1803. 

Stratton (Joseph B[uck] ). Counsels for the New Year. Two 
Discourses preached in the Presbyterian Church, Natchez, on the 
First and Second Sabbath's [sic] in January, 1850, by Rev. Joseph 
B. Stratton, Pastor, . . . Vidalia: Printed at the Concordia Intelli- 
gencer Office. 1850. 8vo, pp. 24. HEH. 92737 

Stratton. A Discourse on the Life and Character of the Rev. 
Jeremiah Chamberlain, d.d., late president of Oakland College, 
delivered at the request of the Board of Directors, at Oakland 
College, on Thursday, December 1 8th, 1851. By Rev. Joseph B. 
Stratton. . . . New Orleans: Printed by T. ReOy 58 Magazine 
Street. 1852. 8vo, pp. 19. C, P. 92738 

Stratton. The Duty of Alms-Giving. A Sermon delivered in 
the Presbyterian Church, Natchez. By Rev. J. B. Stratton ... on 

VOL. XXIV. 7 



102 STRATTON ( JOSEPH B.). 

January 17, 1847. • • • P^'^^t^d^ (^i the Office of the "Concordia 
Intelligencer" Vidalia, La. 1 847. 8vo, pp. 17. heh. 92739 

Stratton. a Sermon preached in the Presbyterian Church, 
Vicksburg, January 20th, 1856, in commemoration of the hfe and 
death of Rev. Benj. H. Williams, late Pastor of that church, by 
Rev. Jos. B. Stratton, of Natchez. . . . Vicksburg. Printed at the 
Vicksburg Whig Steam Book and Job Office. 1 856. 8vo, pp. 19. 

BM., NYH. 92740 

Stratton was also the author of other sermons of less biographical or imprint 
interest. 

Stratton (Ned). A Romantic Tale of High American Life; 
or. Excursion to Montauk. First and Last Time. By Ned Stratton 
. . . Providence: J. F. Moore^ Printer. 1 847. 8vo, pp. 32, includ- 
ing illustrations. c. 92741 

Stratton (R[oyal] B.). Captivity of the Oatman Girls: being 
an Interesting Narrative of Life among the Apache and Mohave 
Indians. Containing an interesting account of the massacre of the 
Oatman family, by the Apache Indians, in 185 i ; the narrow escape 
of Lorenzo D. Oatman; the capture of Olive A. and Mary A. 
Oatman; the death, by starvation, of the latter; the five years' suf- 
fering and captivity of Olive A, Oatman ; also, her singular recap- 
ture in 1856; as given by Lorenzo D. and Olive A. Oatman, the 
only surviving members of the family, to the author, R. B. Stratton. 
San Francisco: Whitton, Towne ^ Co^s Excelsior Steam Power 
Presses, 15 1 Clay Street, 3r^ door below Montgomery. 1857. 
i2mo, pp. 231, including illustrations, c, heh., nyp., peab. 
+ Chicago: Published by Chas. Scott &' Co. 1 85 7. [Verso of 
title:] Chas. Scott ^ Co. Printers &? Binders, Chicago, Illinois. 
J. Conahan, Stereotyfer. [Same collation.] nyp. + Fourteenth 
thousand. Neiv-York: Published for the Author, by Carlton ^ 
Porter, 200 Mulberry-street. l2mo, pp. (2), 5-290, (2), includ- 
ing illustrations. Plate and 2 portraits, aas., c, newberry 92742 

These issues include the preface to the second edition, dated San Francisco, 1857, 
and the New York edition, the preface to the third edition, as well, dated New-York, 
April, 1858. 

For the first edition, see Life among the Indians, below. 

Located copies indicate that later printings in New York, from 1858 to 1867, 
brought the edition up to at least the twenty-seventh thousand. a.'VS., b., bm., c, h., 

HEH., HSI'., MINNHS., NEWBERRY, NYH., NYP., UTEX., WHS., Y. 

A San Francisco, 1859, edition, possibly an error, is listed in Robert Clarke and 
Co.'s "IJibliotheca Americana," 1878, no. 4462. 

Reprinted, Sj/cw, Oregon, 1909. aas., h., nyp. 

In the broadside collection at aas. is a sheet w ith woodcuts of Olive Oatman and 
of the scene of the massacre, advertising a lecture by her as follows: 



STRATTON (rOYAL B.). IO3 

Five Years among the Indians ! Miss Olive A. Oatman, Whose Portrait is here 
given, and who has spent nearly six years in a horrid and merciless captivity among 
the Apache and Mohave Tribes, will give some Incidents of her Sufferings and 
adventures At On 1^59- Commencing at 8 o'clock p.m. . . . Heath & 

Seaver — Palladium Potver Press — Malone. Folio broadside. 

Stratton. Life among the Indians: being an interesting nar- 
rative of the Captivity of the Oatman Girls, among the Apache and 
Mohave Indians. Containing also an interesting account of the 
Massacre of the Oatman Family, by the Apache Indians, in 185 I ; 
the narrow escape of Lorenzo D. Oatman; the capture of Ohve 
A. and Mary A. Oatman; the death by starvation of the latter; the 
five years suffering and captivity of Olive A. Oatman; also, her 
singular recapture in 1856; as given by Lorenzo D, and Olive A. 
Oatman, the only surviving members of the family, to the author, 
R. B. Stratton. San Francisco: Whittony Towne ^ Co*s excelsior 
steam power fresses, 15 I Clay Street, T^rd door below Montgomery. 
1857. i2mo, pp. 183, including illustrations. heh. 92743 

First edition. 

For later editions, see the preceding title. 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters, who states that the author's preface is dated: 
Yreka, February ist, 1857. 

Straub (C[hristian] M.). Nebraska and Kansas. Speech of 
Hon. C. M. Straub, of Penn'a. In the House of Representatives, 
May 17, 1854. [Colophon:] Printed at the Congressional Globe 
Ojfice. [Washington. 1854.] 8vo,pp. 8. c, utex. 92744 

Title supplied by E. W. Winkler. 

Straub. Speech of Hon. C. M. Straub ... on the Tariff Ques- 
tion — Banks — Know-Nothings. In the House of Representatives, 
February 15, 1855. [Washington, Printed at the Office of the 
Congressional Globe, 1 85 5.] 8vo, pp. 8. C. 92745 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Straubenmuller (Johann). Pocahontas, oder: Die Griind- 
ung von Virginien. Poetische Erzahlung, von Johann Strauben- 
miiller. Baltimore: 1858. In Comm-ission bei W. R. Schmidt. 
No. 55 N. Gaystrasse. Gedruckt bei H. F. Th. Kroh. l8mo, 
pp. III. BM., C, NYH. 92746 

[Strauch (Adolphus)]. Spring Grove Cemetery: Its History 
and Improvements. 5^i? Cincinnati, no. 131 14, vol. 4. aas., aml., 

B., C, NYP. 

Attributed to Strauch on the c. printed card. 



104 STRAUCH (j. C). 

Strauch (J. C). Siidbrasilien und seine deutschen Kolonien. 
Mit I Spezialkarte. Frankjurt a. M. {Auffarth). 1858. 8vo, 
pp. 70. BM. 92747 

Title from Kayser. 

Strawberry District, Va, Baptist Association. Minutes of 
the Strawberry District Association, holden at Marrowbone-Creek, 
May 29, 1790. Richmond^ 1790. Svo. 92748 

Title from Evans, no. 26219, who lists also without locations later minutes, 1790— 
1793. Swem locates the io6th— 107th, 1906— 1907, and the iioth, 1910, at va.state 



LIB. 



Accounts I of I Thomas 
of I Chester County. 



Strawbridge (Thomas). State | of the 
Strawbridge, Esq. | late | Sub-Lieutenant 

From the time of his appointment under the MiHtia Law in | March 
1777, to the 8th of April 1778. | In which is set forth the Amount of 
the Fines received within that | Period from Delinquents of Col. 
Evans's Battalion, for | non-performance of Militia Duty and Exer- 
cise: I Together with Lists shewing the Names of the Persons by 
whom Pay- | ments have been made, and the Sums received from | 
them respectively. | Likewise, the Disbursements made by him, and 
the Payments to the | Treasury. | Philadelfhia: | Printed by F. 
Bailey y at Yorick*s Ready in Market-Street. \ M, DCC,LXXXIV. | 8vo, 
pp. 7. HSP. 92749 

Title from Hildeburn, no. 4573. 

Straws by Nemo. iS^^ no. 52329, vol. 13. aas,,h.,nyh. 

Attributed by Gushing to Roland F. Coffin. The aas. copy has a ms. note on the 
title page ascribing the work to "Miss Vans of Boston." 

Stray Leaves from Students' Port-Folios. Pennsylvania College. 
Published by a club. Gettysburg: Printed by Henry C. Neinstedt. 
1858. 8vo, pp. 32. HEH. 92750 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stray Subjects, arrested and bound over: being the fugitive off- 
spring of the "Old 'Un" and the "Young 'Un," that have been 
"lying round loose," and are now "tied up" for fast keeping. With 
eight original illustrations, from designs by Darley. Philadelfhia: 
T. B. Peterson and Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street, [cop. 1 848.] 
l2mo, added illustrated title page and pp. viii, (2), 19— 199. 7 
plates. NYP. -\- Philadelphia: Grfz & Buck. 185 1. [Verso of 
title:] E. B. Mears, St^reotyper. [Same collation.] 

BA., H. 92751 

The H. copy in original wrappers has on the cover the eighth illustration called for 
by the title. 



STRAY SUNBEAM. IO5 

"The greater part of them were published in the New York 'Spirit of the Times,' 
. . . Some . . . were originally written for the Philadelphia 'Saturday Courier,' the 
Boston 'Daily Times,' the 'Boston Weekly Symbol,' the 'Yankee Blade,' " and other 
papers. The preface is signed: Francis A. Durivage, alias the "Old 'Un." George P. 
Burnham, alias the "Young 'Un." 

For the first edition, see [Durivage (Francis Alexander), and Burnham (George 
P.)], no. 21432, vol. 6. 

The Stray Sunbeam: a Compilation of selections from the Youth's 
Essay. Edited by Z. Pope Vose, Cynthia I. M'Intosh, Henry F. 
Perry, S. Frances White. Rockland: Published by the Youth's 
Educational Union. 1854. l6mo, pp. 218. 92752 

Title from Williamson. 

Stray Sunbeams, being Selections from the "Planetarium," a 
weekly paper, conducted by the young ladies of the Albany Female 
Academy. Published for the benefit of the Orphan Asylum. Albany. 
Published by Erastus H. Pease, 2"^ State-Street. 1844. Printed by 
Weed &* Parsons. 4to, pp. 24. B. 92753 

A Stray Yankee in Texas. By Philip Paxton [pseud.] New York. 
Red field. 1 853. i2mo, added engraved title, and pp. (2), xvi, 
17—416. Frontispiece. c, nyp. 92754 

By Samuel Adams Hammett. See Diet. Am. Biog. 

Improved title of our entry under "Hammitt," no. 30083, vol. 8. 

Straznicky (Edward Richard), comf. Catalogue of the Li- 
brary of the American Geographical and Statistical Society. See 
no. 1091, vol. I. H., M., NYP. 

The Streamlet | New York Printed (sf sold at J. Hewitt's Musi- 
cal Repository N^ 131 William Street. | Sold also by B. Carr Phila- 
delphia <y /. Carr Baltimore. Price 12 Cents. [179—?] Folio 
broadside. NYP. 92755 

The Streamlet. Dimmock, McLellan & Co., Editors and Pro- 
prietors. Vol.1. Boston, March I, 1848. No. i. {Boston. 1848.] 
8vo, pp. 4. B. 92756 

Weekly. The b. file is complete through vol. 4, no. 4, June 14, 1848. 
Vol. 4, no. I, was published by G. F. McLellan & E. A. Gibbens, and nos. 2-4, by 
McLellan, May & Co. 

Strebeck (George). A | Collection | of | Evangelical Hymns; | 
made from | DiflFerent Authors and Collections, | for the | English 
Lutheran Church | in New-York. | By George Strebeck. | . . • | 
New-York: \ Printed by John Tiebout, (Homer' s-Head) | No. 
T,S^, Pearl-Street. \ 1797. | l2mo, pp. 263. aas. 92757 

The AAS. copy in contemporary leather is bound with the "Liturgy, Gospels and 



I06 STREBECK. 

Epistles, of the English Lutheran Church of New-York. To which is added, the 
Augustan Confession of Faith," imprint and date as above, pp. 130. The back is let- 
tered: "Hymns & Liturgy." 

Strebeck. a I Sermon. | Preached | (By Courtsey) | in the | 
German Reformed Church, | At New-York, | By Rev. George 
Strebeck. | New-York: \ Printed by Tiebout is' O'Brien, | 1 796. | 

8V0, pp. 16. NYH. 92758 

Strebeck. The Wrath to come, discussed in Three Sermons 
. . . the certainty, and endless duration of future punishment, main- 
tained against the doctrine of Universalists ... By George Strebeck 
. . . Nezv-York. Printed by L. Nichols, No. 308 Broadway. 1803. 
i2mo, pp. 51. GTS. 92759 

According to the "Advertisement," pp. 3—4: "The author of the following sermons 
begs leave to say that necessity obliged him first to preach, and now to publish them. 
A report having circulated that he had forsaken the faith of the church with which 
he is connected. ..." 

Elicited: A Letter to the Rev. George Strebeck, containing a Candid Review of 
three sermons on Wrath to come, preached and published by that gentleman. . . . 
By Nicholas Chester. New-York. 1803. izmo, pp. 65. nyh. For a reply to this 
letter, see Student, pseud. 

Streckfuss (G. F.). Der Auswanderer nach Amerika, oder 
treue Schilderung der Schicksale, welche mich auf meiner Wander- 
ung nach Amerika, wahrend meines dortigen Aufenthalts und auf 
meiner Riickreise trafen: nebst Bemerkungen iiber die Land- 
schaften, welche ich kennen lernte, die Sitten ihrer Bewohner und 
die Lage der dort eingewanderten Deutschen, von G. F. Streckfuss. 
Xeit-z. 1836. Verlag voji Immanuel Webel. [Colophon:] Ge- 
druckt beilm. WebelinXeitz. i6mo, pp. (4), 124. nyp. 92760 

Streckfuss. Sittengemalde und Landesansichten aus den Ver- 
cinigten Staaten, nach der Natur und Originalen gezeichnet von 
G. F, Streckfuss. Zeitz, 1 837. Verlag von Immanuel Webel. 
[Colophon:] Zeitz, 1837. Dedruckt bei I. Webel. l6mo, pp. 
'V, 156. NYP. 92761 

Strcclende | bcspiegeling, | over de groote | voordeelen | voor den | 
koophandcl en fabricken | in | Nederland, | die geboren staan te 
worden uit hct | sluiten van een | commercie-tractant | met den 
heer | J. Adams, | minister der 13 Vereenigde Provintien van | 
Noord-Amerika. | Met een opdragt aan alle kooplieden, | zee- 
handelaren en fabrikeurs in Nederland. | [n. p. 1781.] 8vo, pp. 
'"• WLC. 92762 

D.itc from Knuttcl's "Catalogus van dc Pamlieltcn-Verzameling berustende in de 
Koninklljkc Bibliothek," no. 19512. Information supplied by Elizabeth B. Stecre. 



STREET (a. B.). 107 

Street (Alfred B[illings]). The Burning of Schenectady, a 
f)oem, dehvered before the Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa Society of 
Union College, July 26, 1842, by Alfred B. Street, m.a. . . . Al- 
bany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1842. i2mo, pp. 

(2), 64. B., HEH., NYH., NYP., Y. 92763 

Street. The Burning of Schenectady, and other Poems. By 
Alfred B. Street. Albany: Weave C. Little. New-Yorky D. A f pie- 
ton and Co. — Boston, Little and Brown. Philadelfhia, Carey and 
Hart. 1842. [Verso of title:] Printed by C. Van Be?ithuysen ^ 
Co., Albany. l2mo, pp. (8), 63, 36. 

AAS., BM,, C, CU., H., NYP. 92764 

Street. The Council of Revision of the State of New York; its 
history, a history of the courts with which its members were con- 
nected; biographical sketches of its members; and its vetoes. By 
Alfred B. Street. Albany: William Gould, Publisher. 1859. 
[Verso of title:] Weed, Parsons ^ Co., Stereotyfers and Printers, 
Albany. Svo, pp. 573, verso blank, errata ( i ). 

B., BA,, BM., C, CU., H., M., NYH., NYP., P., PEAB., UTEX., 
In one issue the list of errata is on the verso of p. 573. WHS., Y. 92765 

Street. Drawings and Tintings. By Alfred B. Street. New 
York. Burgess, Stringer &' Co., and M. Y . Beach, Redding and 
Co., Boston; Geo. Jones and W. C. Little, Albany ; G. B. T.eiber, 
Philadelphia; Wm. Taylor, Baltimore . . . 1844. [On cover:] 
Printed by J. Munsell, Albany. Svo, pp. 48. 

AAS., B., BM., BU., C, H., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 92766 

The printed front cover includes a table of contents of the poems, many of which 
have an historical or other American interest. 

Street. Frontenac. A Poem by Alfred B. Street. London: 
Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, Publisher in Ordinary to 
Her Majesty, 1849. [Verso of title:] London: Bradbury and 
Evans, Printers, White friars. 1 2 mo, pp. xii, 327, errata (l). 

BM., BU., NYP., Y. 92767 

Street. Frontenac : or The Atotarho of the Iroquois. A Met- j>v 

rical Romance by Alfred B. Street. From Bentley's London Edi- O ^ 

tion. New York: Baker and Scribner, 145 Nassau Street and 36 pS, 

Park Row. 1849. [Verso of title:] Printed by C . W. Benedict, 5 <w 
201 William street. i2mo, pp. xii, 324, and errata slip. Frontis- 
piece portrait. aas., b., ba., bm., bu., c, h., minnhs., nyh., 

NYP., UTEX., whs., Y. 92768 
Reprinted, Albany, 1866. aas., h., heh., nyh., nyp., peab., utex. 



I08 STREET (a. B.). 

Street. Knowledge and Liberty. A Poem, delivered at the first 
semi-centennial anniversary of the Philomathean Society, Union 
College, on the 25th day of July, 1848. By Alfred B. Street, a.m. 
Albany: Printed by Weedy Parsons (^ Co. 1849. 8vo, pp. 15. 

NYP. 92769 

Street. Our State: A Poem. By Alfred B. Street. Delivered 
before the Literary Societies of the N. Y. University, on the 26th of 
June, 1849. Published by order of the Philomathean Society. New 
York: Jennings &' Harrison, Printers 122 Nassau Street. 1849. 

8vo, pp. 22. AAS., B., C, CU., H., NYH. 9277O 

Street. A Poem, delivered at the Anniversary of the Pittsfield 

Young Ladies' Institute, September 30th, 1852. By Alfred B. 

Street. Albany: Gray, Sprague, 6f Co. 1852. [Verso of title:] 

Joel Munsell, Printer, Albany. 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B., BM., BU., C, NYP., Y. 9277 I 

Issued in the same printed covers with Palmer's "Address on the Education of 
Woman", see our no. 58372, vol. 14, note. Cover title: Dr. Palmers' Address and 
Mr. Street's Poem, delivered before the Pittsfield Young Ladies' Institute. 

Street. A Poem delivered before the Connecticut Alpha of the 
Phi Beta Kappa Society at Yale College, New Haven, July 30, 
1 85 1. By Alfred B. Street, Esq., of Albany, N. Y. New Haven: 
Printed by R. L. Hamlen, Printer to Yale College. 185 I. 8vo, 

pp. 16. AAS., B., BA., BM., H., HSP., M., MINNHS., UTS., Y. 92772 

Cover title: The Pilgrim Spirit . . . 

Street. The Poems of Alfred B. Street. Complete edition. 

New York: Published by Clark &' Austin, 130 Fulton-Street. 
1845. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by Richard C. Valentine, 45 
Gold-street, New York. Printed by Peck & Stafford, New Haven, 
Conn. 8vo, engraved title, and pp. 319. Frontispiece, aas., bm., 
BU., c, H., NYH., NYP., UTEX., Y. + [Same imprint and colla- 
tion.] 1847. ^-f WHS. +Fifth Edition. Neiv York: Published 
by Clark £sf Austin, 205 Broadway. 1 848. [Same collation.] NYH. 
+ Sixth Edition. [Same imprint and collation.] 1850. 

H., NYH. 92773 

The engraved title of the first edition has the date, 1846. The 1850 edition has the 
engraved title of 1848. 

Reprinted with additional poems, 2 vols., i6mo, Nezv York, 1 867. aas., b., bm., 

BU., C, NVH., p. 

Street. Science: a Poem dedicated to the American Association 
for the Advancement of Science, Albany, August 28, 1856, by 



STREET (a. B.). 109 

Alfred B. Street. Albany: Van Benthuysen, Printer , 407 Broad- 
way, 1856. 8vO, pp. 9. AAS., B., BM., HSP., NYH., NYP., Y. 92774 
Also issued in "Inauguration of Dudley Observatory, at Albany," 1856, pp. 127— 

135. H., NVP., Y. 

Street. Woods and Waters: or, The Saranacsand Racket. With 
Map of the Route and Nine Illustrations on Wood. By Alfred B. 
Street. New York: M.Doolady^^C) Walker Street, i860. [Verso 
of title:] R. Craighead^ Printer, Stereotyfer, and Electrotyfer, 
Caxton Buildingy 8 1, 83, and 85 Centre Street. i2mo, frontispiece 
map, added engraved title, and pp. (6), xi— xx, 345, including illus- 
trations. 6 plates. AAS., b., c, cu., h., minnhs., nyh., nyp., 

p., peab. 92775 

Reprinted, New York, 1865, h., minnhs., nyh., nyp., p., whs. 

See also. Hows (J. A.) and Street (A. B.), "Forest Pictures in the Adirondacks," 
no. 33391, vol. 8, AAS., BM., c, NYH., NYP.; and Stanton (Henry B[rewster]), "Ad- 
dress . . . and Poem by Alfred B. Street," no. 90428, vol. 23. 

The above list contains only those works of Street with especial American interest 
which were published before 1861. For first editions of other works, see Foley. 

Street (Franklin). California in 1850, compared with what it 
was in 1849, with a glimpse at its future destiny. Also a concise 
description of the Overland Route, From the Missouri River, by 
the South Pass, to Sacramento City, including a Table of Distances, 
From point to point. With notes on the facilities along the route 
for constructing a railroad. And also a brief notice of the water 
routf [sic], by the Isthmts [sic] of Panama. By Franklin Street. 
Cincinnati: R. E. Edwards &' Co., 19 West ^th St., &' 93 2^ St., 
Louisville. And sold by Bagley, Freeman ^ Co., 1 15 Main St., 
Cin. 1 85 I . [Verso of title :] Ben Franklin Book and Job Printing 
Office. i6mo, pp. 88, including full-page illustrations. 

c, heh. 92776 

Title from a photostatic reproduction in nyp. of the entire work. 

Wagner notes that the word "route" is correctly spelled on the printed wrappers. 

Street (Nicholas). The American States acting over the | Part 
of the Children of Israel in the | Wilderness, and thereby impeding | 
their Entrance into Canaan's Rest: | or, | The human Heart dis- 
covering itself un- | der trials. | A Sermon, | Preached at East- 
Haven, April, 1777. I And occasionally at Branford. | By the Rev. 
Nicholas Street, a.m. | Pastor of the Church of Christ in East- 
Haven I And now made public at the Request of the Hearers. | 
New-Haven: | Printed by Thomas and Sam.uel Green. \ [1777.] 
8vo, pp. 34. ba.,c.,y. 92777 



no STREET (oWEn). 

Street (Owen). A Discourse delivered at the Funeral of Rev. 
Chester W. Carpenter, late Pastor of the Congregational Church in 
Sinclearville [sic], New-York. By Owen Street. Jamestown: 
Printed by J. Warren Fletcher. 1 847. 8 vo, pp. (4), 7- 1 4. 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. HEH., Y. 92778 

[Street], comf. Memoranda of the Descendants of Amos 
Morris. See [Morris (Anthony Saunders)], no. 50797, vol. 12. 

B., C, NYP., Y. 

Introduction signed: E. L. Hart. O. Street. 
The collation should include a frontispiece. 

Street. "The Righteous shall be had in everlasting remem- 
brance." A Sermon delivered at Ansonia, Conn., December 1 1, 
1853, ^" ^''^^ °^ ^^ recent death of Anson G. Phelps, the founder 
of the place, by Rev. Owen Street . . . New Haven: Storer and 
Morehouse, Printers. 1853. 8vo, pp. 24. 

C.y MINNHS. NYH., Y. 92779 
Reprinted in the "American National Preacher," vol. 28, 1854, pp. 29—42. 

Street. A Sermon on the death of Mrs. Cornelia S. Lansingh, 
delivered in the Congregational Church, at Jamestown, Chautau- 
qua [sic] County, N. Y., on Thursday, February 7, 1850, by the 
Rev. Owen Street. Albany: Joel Munscll, Printer. 1 850. 8vo, 

pp. 31. EM., C, HSP., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 92780 

Among poems in memory of Mrs. Lansingh which are included is one by Alfred 
B. Street. 

[Street (Robert)]. The Faith and Doctrines of the Church 
of the Eternal Son : intended as a Church Book for the Church of the 
Eternal Son generally. Also, for the use of all sincere seekers after 
full salvation and perfect love; and particularly for the convince- 
mcnt of such as doubt the truth of the doctrine of the "Eternal Son- 
ship," or that Jesus who died on the cross is the only God: . . . To 
which is added, a number of select hymns adapted to the worship of 
Jesus "The True God." . . . This book has been more than seven- 
teen years in progress, and is now offered to all (apart from its 
church government) as a book of reference proving the divinity 
and eternity of the Son of God as a Son. Philadelphia: 1 849. 1 6mo, 
pp. xx.xii, 13-408, (16). c. 92781 

In MS. on the title page of the c. copy: "By Robert Street." 
Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

[Street (Thomas George)]. Aura; | or | the Slave. | A Poem. ] 
In two cantos. | Dcilicatcd to | John Carr, L. L. D. I Master of the 



STREET TALK. Ill 

Grammar School, Hertford. | . . . \London: | Printed by J. Steven- 
son, Martlet-Court, Bozv Street. \jor G. Kearsley, No. 46, Fleet- 
street. I M,DCC,Lxxxviii. I 4to, pp. (4), iii-36. bm., c, nyh., p. -\- 
Phtladelfhia: \ Printed by Joseph James, \ Chesnut-street. \ M,DCC, 

LXXXVIII. [ l6mo, pp. 23. M., NYH. 92782 

Dedication signed: "Tho. Geo. Street."' 

On p. viii of the London edition: "The story on which the following Poem is 
founded is chiefly True, and was related to the Author, when in Jamaica, by an old 
Negro woman." 

Improved title of no. 2387, vol. i. 

Street Talk about an Ordinance. See Philadelphia, no. 62297, 

vol. 15. BA,, C, HSP., NYP. 

Streeter (E. S.), comf. The Stranger's Guide; or. The Da- 
guerreotype of Washington, D. C. Compiled by E. S. Streeter. 
[^Washington, D. C] C. Alexander, Printer. 1850. 24mo, pp. 
36. Folded map. C. 92783 

Streeter (Gilbert L[ewis]). An Account of the Newspapers 
and other Periodicals published in Salem, from 1768 to 1856. By 
Gilbert L. Streeter. (From the Proceedings of the Essex Institute.) 
Salem: Wm. Ives and Geo. W . Pease Printers. Observer Ojjice. 
1856. 8vo,pp. 33. AAS., 

BM., C, CU., H., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 92784 

A separate from the "Proceedings," vol. i, 1856, pp. 157—187. 

Streeter (Milton W.). Incidents in the Life of . . . See Ting- 
ley (H.F.). 

Streeter (Russell). An Interesting Controversy between Rev. 
Clark Brown, Clergyman of the Standing Order, in Swanzey, 
(N. H.) and Russell Streeter, Professional Servant of Jesus Christ: 
consisting I. Of an anonymous piece published in the New-Hamp- 
shire Sentinel, in which the writer misrepresented the sentiments and 
preaching of the Itinerant Universalists, in the vicinity of Keene, &c. 

II. A Letter to Mr. Brown, (having learned he was the "writer" of 
the above mentioned publication) in answer to his misrepresentations. 

III. Mr. Brown's Reply to that Letter. IV. A plain answer to Mr. 
Brown's Reply. The whole submitted to the perusal of Christians of 
every denomination, particularly those of Swanzey, and its vicinity. 
By Russell Streeter. Windsor, {Vt.) Printed by Jesse Cochran. 
1814. 8vo,pp. 14. AAS. 92785 

Streeter. Latest News from Three Worlds, Heaven, Earth, 
and Hell; as reported at a four-days meeting in Shirley, Mass. in 



112 STREETER (rUSSELL). 

letters to eight Calvinistic ministers. By Russell Streeter. . . . Bos- 
ton: Published by B. B. Mussey, 2(), Cornhill. 1832. l2mo, pp, 
102, errata (i). nyp. + Second Edition. Boston: Printed and 
Published for the author. Press of the Universalist. 1833. l8mo, 
pp.133. AAS.,M. 92786 

Streeter. Mirror of Calvinistic, Fanatical Revivals, or Jede- 
diah Burchard & Co. during a protracted meeting of twenty-six 
days, in Woodstock, Vt. To which is added the "Preamble and 
Resolution" of the town, declaring said Burchard a nuisance to soci- 
ety. By Russell Streeter. . . . Woodstock^ Vt. : Published by the 
Author. Power Press — C. K.Smith ^ Co. 1835. l2mo, pp. 120. 

In five parts. BA. 92787 

Streeter. Mirror of Calvinistic Fanaticism, or Jedediah Burch- 
ard & Co. during a protracted Meeting of twenty-six days in Wood- 
stock, Vermont. By Russell Streeter. . . . Second Edition. Wood- 
stock: Published by Nahum Haskell. 1835. [Verso of title:] 
Poiver Press — C. K. Smith ^ Co. l8mo, pp. 168. 

AAS., NYH. 92788 

Streeter. A Sermon, delivered at the Funeral of Miss Abigail 
Reed, of Westford, Mass., aged twenty years; who departed this 
Life on the Tenth of September, 183 1, the Victim of Modern Re- 
vivals. By Russell Streeter, . . . Worcester: Sfooner and Church, 
Printers. 1831. 8vo, pp. 20. aas. 92789 

Streeter. The Universal Friend; or. Morality, Religion, & 
Salvation, Scripturally Defended: being a Candid Reply, to "A 
Sermon," entitled, "A Solemn Protest against the Doctrine of Uni- 
versal Salvation : by Stephen Farley, Minister of the Congregational 
Society in Clarcmont, Newhampshire." By Russell Streeter, Em- 
bassador of Jesus Christ. . . . Written and published by request of 
Abrahamic Believers in Claremont, and elsewhere. Kcene, (N.H.) 
Printed by John Prentiss — for the Author. July — 1 8 16. Bvo, pp. 
48- AAS., BM. 92790 

From 1821-1826 Streeter was the editor of the "Christian Intelligencer," published 
in Portland, and which, according to Williamson, was the first Universalist organ 
issued in Maine. In 1827 the place of publication was changed to Gardiner. 

A few other works, religious in character, are listed in Oilman. 

Tor a collection of hymns compiled by Russell and Sabastian Streeter, see final note 
on the latter. 

An attack upon Streeter in doggerel verse, was published together with a number of 
similar rhymes, under the title: 

Steward's Thoughts upon Streeter'a (Isms.). Addressed to Saints and Sinners. 
[». p. i82-?J izmo, pp. 12. AAS. Caption title. The author was probably Dr. Wil- 



STREETER (s. W.). II3 

liam Steward of Somerset County, Maine, as he describes himself in one of the pieces 
as an itinerant doctor and botanist. See our nos. 91620— 91621, vol. 23. 

Streeter (S. W.). S^^ Streeter (S[ereno] W[right]). 

Streeter (Sebastian). God's Works Remembered. A Valedic- 
tory Discourse, delivered in the Ancient Church, of the First Uni- 
versalist Society, in Boston, June 24, 1838; being the last Sabbath 
previous to taking it down. By Sebastian Streeter, Pastor. . . . Bos- 
ton: J. N. Bang, Printer, 30 Cornh'ill. 1838. 8vo, pp. 24. 

Contains a sketch of the history of the church. B., BA., BM., M. 92 79 I 

Streeter. A Sermon delivered in Rochester, N. H. June 24th, 
A. L. 5816. Before the officers and brethren of Humane Lodge, at 
the celebration of the anniversary festival of St. John the Baptist. 
By Sebastian Streeter, pastor of the Universalist Church and Society 
in Portsmouth, N. H. . . . Samuel Whidden, frinter, Portsmouth. 
1816. i2mo, pp. 21. WHS. 92792 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. Other publications of Streeter have little his- 
torical interest. Together with his brother, Russell Streeter, he compiled "The New 
Hymn Book, designed for Universalist Societies," Boston, 1829. aas. It was fre- 
quently reissued. 

Streeter (S[ebastian] F[erris]). Maryland, two hundred 
years ago: a Discourse by S. F. Streeter. Delivered in Baltimore, 
before the Maryland Historical Society, on its Seventh Anniversary 
Celebration; May 20, 1852. [Verso of title:] John D. Toy, 
Printer. [Baltimore. 1 852.] 8vo, pp. 76. 
AAS,, B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., UP., Y. 92793 

Forms no. 16 of the Md. Hist. Soc. "Publications." 

Streeter also was the author of "The First Commander of Kent Island," 1868, 
Md. Hist. Soc. "Fund-Publication," no. 2, and prepared "Papers relating to the Early 
History of Maryland," 1876, "Fund-Publication," no. 9. 

Streeter (S[ereno] W[right]). American Slavery, essentially 
sinful : a sermon ; by Rev. S. W. Streeter, Pastor of the Congrega- 
tional Church of Austinburg, O, Oberlin: J. M. Fitch. 1845. 

8vo, pp. 23. BM., M., WHS., WRHS., Y. 92794 

Full name of author supplied from the "Alumni Catalogue" of Oberlin College, 
1927, p. 356. 

Streeter (Squire). An Oration, delivered on Mount Inde- 
pendence in Goffstown, New-Hampshire, on the Twenty-sixth An- 
niversary of American Independence, July Fourth, 18 12. By the 
Rev. Squire Streeter. . . . Concord, N. H. Printed by I. and W. R. 

Hill. 1812. 8vo,pp. 16. AAS., NYH. 92795 



114 STREETS OF NEW YORK. 

The Streets of New-York. See Sphinx, fseud., no. 89421, vol. 
22. 

Streit (Philip B.). Address by Philip B. Streit, Esq., delivered 
on the 4th of July, 1842, in the Presbyterian Church, at Romney, at 
the request of the Hampshire County Temperance Society. Rom- 
ney, Va. Printed by William Harfer. 8vo, pp. 16. BA. 92796 

Strength in Weaicness: Manifest in the Life ... of that faithful 
\)f\/^ Servant ... Elizabeth Stirredge. See Stirredge (Elizabeth), no. 

^/ j 91858, vol. 23. 

Strength out of Weakness, London. 1652. 

v' ^i ' Because of the difficulties involved in differentiating the issues of the tract, it seems 
•^ A '^^ preferable to give some general notes before entering the titles. Special acknowledg- 
* '. /J nient should be made of the assistance of L. C. Wroth in furnishing descriptions as to 
' . I the jcB. copies, many of which contain ms. notes of G. P. Winship relating to varia- 
tions; also of that of Ernest Kletsch in giving information as to the c. copies. 

The work is considered the sixth of a series commonly called the "Eliot Indian 
Tracts," the first, according to this reckoning, being "New Englands First Fruits," 
1643, our no. 52758, vol. 13. However, in the second prefatory section of the tract 
Itself, it is stated that "This is the nfth Treatise hath been published to the world in 
this kinde (but the first by the Corporation)," /. e. the "Corporation in England . . . 
by the name of the President and Society for Propagation of the Gospel in New Eng- 
land," chartered in 1649. ^ee our vol. 21, p. 463, note 2. "New Englands First 
Fruits," dealing with the "Colledge at Cambridge," etc. as well as with the Indian 
work, was evidently not counted at the time as one of the series. For the four other 
preceding tracts, see [Shepard (T.)], "The Day-Breaking, If not the Sun-Rising of 
the Gospell with the Indians in New-England," 1647, no. 80207, vol. 19, and his 
"The Clear Sun-shine of the Gospel breaking forth upon the Indians in New-Eng- 
land," 1648, no. 80205; Eliot (J.), "The Glorious Progress of the Gospel amongst 
the Indians," no. 22152, vol. 6; and [Whitfield (Henry)], "The Light appearing . . . 
or, A farther Discovery of the present state of the Indians," 165 1. For the later 
tracts, see Eliot (J.), nos. 22166, 22162, 22149, 22151, and 22142, vol. 6. 

Because of the prominence of the name of Whitfield on the titles, see below, the 
tract is frequently entered under his name. However, the titles merely state that the 
"last Treatise to that effect" was published or "set forth" by Henry Whitfield. 

The preliminaries of the work include a dedication to Parliament, and two prefaces, 
the first addressed "To the Reader," and the second. In some copies similarly addressed 
"To the Christian Reader," and in others headed "Strength out of Weaknesse." The 
second preface evidently explains the title, mentioning the discouragements to the 
Corporation in the criticisms and scepticism of even some from New England, but 
also the encouragements, in the growth of the work, in contributions, and in the 
willingness of members to contribute their services. 

The text contains two letters from John Eliot, the first dated "Roxbury the 28th: 
of the 2d: 1651"; letters from John Wilson, William Leverich, Anthoney Bessey, 
Thomas Mayhcw, John Endecott, William French, and Thomas Allen, describing the 
progress of the work during 165 I, or vouching for its existence and importance; also 
a concluding paragraph, signed for the Corporation by the President, William Steele. 

An examination of a large number of copies has led to the conclusion, first that 
there Is an edition with collation, pp. (12), 33, (i), which is quite Independent, and 
easily distinguishable; also secondly, that of the issues with collation, pp. (15), verso 
blank, 40, there were two or more printings of sections of the book wliich were fre- 
quently confused in making up copies. In later printings of the latter group the same 



STRENGTH OUT OF WEAKNESS. II5 

fonts of type were used for the most part, and the general set up of the pages of the 
earlier printing was followed, the greater number of line ends and catchwords corre- 
sponding. Copies with the same title page may have different combinations of the 
printings of the preliminaries and text, yet certain combinations have been found to 
be more usual with each. 

That the edition with fewer pages preceded the issues with 40 pages of text is pos- 
sible since remainders of the sheets of one of the latter were reissued in London in 
1657, with a new title, "The Banners of Grace and Love displayed," our no. 3213, 
vol. 1. 

A description of varying details of sections of the tract is found in the Church 
Catalogue, no. 519. In that analysis features of the edition with 33, (i), pages of 
text are described together with those of the issues with 40 pages of text. As sheets 
of the former have not been found in combination with these of the latter, the char- 
acteristics of the edition with fewer pages will be described here under the title always 
found with it. 

The number of varying title pages has been estimated as high as six or seven. A 
comparison of many copies of the work, and photostats of titles of other copies leads 
us to the belief there were but four altogether, and only three found with 40 pages 
of text. It is probable that other variations in printed descriptions of the work, as 
for instance in Stevens's "Historical Nuggets," are the result of error. Alterations 
in course of printing have been noted and possibly other Tariations due to this may 
exist. 

In the Church Catalogue the description of variations in sections of the tract is 
taken up under five main heads, the title, the dedication, the first preface "To the 
Reader," the second preface "To the Christian Reader," and the text. To prevent con- 
fusion, in the following scheme the combinations of letters and numbers standing for 
certain variations will agree with those used in the Church Catalogue to denote the 
same ones. Our descriptions will be briefer, only enough being included to differen- 
tiate the printings. Additional points vvhich have been noted will be included. 

1. Title. Ai 

(a) Title in which the typographical error, "Pulished" for "Published," 
occurs in the 15th line. 

(b) Title described in Church from no. 32 of the collection of Americana 
included in the Tower Catalogue. A photostat of the title from this 
copy now at hsp. shows that it corresponds to the following i (c). 

(c) Title in part from the same type as i (a), but with the three lines 
above the quotation arranged as four lines, and "formerly set forth" 
substituted for "Pulished." A photo-facsimile is in Church, no. 519. 

(d) Title of the edition with collation, (12), 33, (i). A noticeable char- 
acteristic is that "Weaknesse" in the third line has "VV" instead of 
"W". In Church this is said to have "Cant. 8. 8." followed by two 
lines before the imprint. The jcb. copy and hsp. (Tower no. 33), the 
latter mentioned in Church, have three lines before the imprint. 

(e) Title with words "Strength out of Weakness" all on one line, and in 
lower case letters except for the initial capital "S" and "W." In Church 
there are said to be four lines between the line, "Published by the 
aforesaid Corporation," and the imprint, but in all the copies we have 
examined there are but three. A photostat of one of the Tower copies 
mentioned in Church has but three. 

2. Epistle dedicatory. A 2-3 

Headings and signatures as follows: 

(a) TO THE I SUPREAME AUTHORITIE | of this nation, | The 
Parliatnent of the Common- | Wealth of England. | 
Signed by John Owen and eleven others. 

In Church the fifth line is said to begin "wealth" but in all the copies 
we have examined it begins "W ealth ," with a capital. 



Il6 STRENGTH OUT OF WEAKNESS. 

(b) Heading as above. 

Signed by William Steele, President. 

In Church this variation is said to have a large capital "N" in Nation, 
but in the detailed description of Church 519, it is not noted. In all 
the copies we have examined "Nation" is all in small capitals. The 
beginning of this variation of the dedication is from the same setting 
of type as the preceding. 

(c) See below, note under edition with pp. (iz), 33, (i). 

The dedication to Parliament as the supreme authority makes prominent the fact 
that the work was published in the turbulent period between the execution of Charles 
I. and the beginning of the protectorate of Cromwell. The twelve men whose names 
were signed to the dedication in the form 2 (a) were a group of prominent puritan 
and independent divines. William Steele, on the other hand, was a layman, later lord 
chancellor of Ireland. 

3. First preface, "To the Reader." A4 and a 1-2 

Headings and signatures as follows: 

(a) To the Reader. | Christian Reader; \ pp. (5). 
Signed by W. Gouge and 13 others. 

(b) Heading as above, pp. (5). 

Signed by William Gouge and 17 others. 

The first leaf is from the same setting of type as the preceding varia- ( 

tion, but the two last leaves are from a different setting. ' 

(c) See below, note under edition with pp. (12), 33, (1). ' 

4. Second preface. B1-2 I 

Heading as follows: [No variation signed.] 

(a) To the Christian Reader. Christian Reader; pp. (3), verso blank. 

(b) STRENGTH | OFT OF \ WEAKNESSE; | . . . pp. (4). 

The wording of the two issues of the second preface is practically the 
same, but they are from different settings of type. At the end a refer- 
ence is made to a letter of John Eliot, following in the text, dated, 
"Roxbury the 28''': of the 2^: 1651." In 4 (a) the second month is 
given as February, and (b) as April, according as Eliot was consid- 
ered as following the new or the old calendar, 
(c) See below, note under edition with pp. (12), 33, (i). 

5. Last page of text. 

(a) Witli heading: "The Corporation to the Reader." The statement is 
signed in behalf of that body by "William Steele Esquire, President." 

(b) Text the same but without the heading. 

(c) See below, note under edition with pp. (12), 33, ( I ). 

ADDITIONAL POINTS NOT NOTED IN THE CHURCH DESCRIPTION. 

Issues with 40 pages of text. 

6. Editions of the text, pp. 1-4. 63-4 

These pages are part of the same sheet as the second preface. There are ac- 
cordingly two printings corresponding to the two printings of the second 
preface. These are not alw.iys bound with the same printings of sheets C-F. 

(a) Ornamental headline on p. i. 

(b) Without the line of ornament. 

7. Editions of the text, pp. 5-40. C-G. 

There arc two different settings of type, with line ends and catchwords most 
frequently corresponding, so that at first sight the two editions are not strik- 
ingly different. Though copies of one or other of these printings usually 
correspond quite closely throughout there are a few changes made during the 
course of printing. A few of the many variations which mark the two editions 
may be noted. 



STRENGTH OUT OF WEAKNESS. II7 

Text 7 (a). Text 7 (b). 

Heading of Eliot's letter on p. 6. 
WoTshi-pjull and much Honored in the | Worshipfull and much honoured \ in 
Lord the Lord. 

Wilson's signature on p. 20. 
Begins below "and" In line above. Begins below "Brother" In line above. 

Ornamental initial on p. 27. 
With lined border. Without line. 

Ornamental initial on p. 33. 
Without lined border. With lined border, different design with 

dotted background. 
Text 7 (a). Text 7 (b). 

Variations on p. 36 noted in new jcb. printed catalogue. 
Floriated initial at beginning of second i. No floriated initial, line 17 begins 
paragraph, line 17 begins "stand one "word of English." 

word of English." 2. Floriated initial, line begins 

"derstand one word of English." 
Signature mark on p. 37, heading of p. 40. 
F repeated instead of G. No heading. i. F, but with heading: "The Corpora- 

tion to the Reader," on p. 40. 
2. G, with heading as above. 

Strength | ovtof | VVeaknesse; | Or a Glorious | Manifestation 
Of the further Progresse of the | Gospel among the Indians in 
New-England. | Held forth in Sundry Letters from | divers Minis- 
ters and others to the | Corporation established by Parliament for | 
promoting the Gospel among the Heathen in | New-England: and 
to particular Members there- | of since the last Treatise to that 
effect, former- | ly set forth by Mr. Henry whitfield, late Pastor of 
Gil- I ford in New-England. | Published by the aforesaid Corpora- 
tion. I [4 lines.] I LondoUy Printed by M. Simmons for John Blague 
I and Samuel Howes, and are to be sold at their \ Shops in Pofes- 
Head-Alley. 1652. | 4to, pp. (12), 33, (l). A-E in fours, F in 
three. HSP., jCB. 92797 

Title I (d). 

It seems possible that this edition with fewer pages preceded the issues with pp. 40 
in the main text, because the edition with title, "The Banners of Grace and Love 
displayed," published in London in 1657, five years later, was an isssue of the sheets 
of one of the 40 page tracts with a new title page prefixed. However the following 
substantial reasons have been advanced for its being a later issue: first, the tendency 
of compositors setting up from copy already in type to compress; secondly, the date 
of Eliot's letter, see above, note 4 (b), is given as "April" which is probably the 
more correct rendering of his "2<i:" month; and lastly because in one or two instances 
a modernized spelling Is used. 

Though there are minor variations in the text, the material is the same as that 
included In the editions with more pages. 

Possibly the edition was not large, as we have located but two copies in this country. 

Dedication signed by "William Steele, President," pp. 4. 2 (c) 

First preface "To the Reader," signed by W. Gouge and 13 others, pp. (4). 3 (c) 

Second preface with heading, "STRENGTH OFT OF VVEAKNESSE; ..." pp. 
(2). 4 (c) 

Heading of p. [34] : "The Corporation to the Reader." The statement is signed in 
behalf of that body by "Wi/Z/'aw 5/fe/« Esquire, President." 5 (c) 

VOL. XXIV. 8 



Il8 STRENGTH OUT OF WEAKNESS. 

Strength | ovt of | Weaknesse ; | Or a Glorious | Manifestation | 
Of the further Progresse of | the Gospel among the Indians | in 
New-England. | Held forth in Sundry Letters | from divers Min- 
isters and others to the | Corporation established by Parliament for 
I promoting the Gospel among the Hea- | then in New-England; 
and to particular | Members thereof since the last Trea- | tise to 
that effect, Pu[b]lished by | M' Henry Whitfield late Pastor \ of 
Gilford in New-England. | [4 lines.] | London; | Printed by M. 
Simmons for John Blague and | Samuel Hoives, and are to be sold 
at their \ Shof in Pofes-Head-Alley. 1652. | 4to, pp. (15), verso 
blank, 40. A in four, a in two, B-F in fours, G[or F] in two. 

Title I (a). AAS., B., C, H., HSP., JCB., M., NYP., UTS. 92798 

This edition of the title pag-e is the only one in which the preceding Eliot Tract is 
said to have been "Pu[b] lished" by Whitfield, rather than "set forth." In some bibli- 
ographies, e.g. Stevens' "Historical Nuggets," no. 1978, and in the note in Sabin's 
reprint of the tract the typographical error is not noted, but it is found in all the 
copies we have examined. The probable date of publication of this issue is fixed by the 
fact that in the Thomason Catalogue, 1908, under date of Aug. 4, 1652, is a short 
entry of the title including the words, "since the last treatise published by Mr. Henry 
Whitfield." 

The most usual combination of variations in groups of pages, as described above, is 
as follows: 2 (a), 3 (a), 4 (a), 5 (a), 6 (a), 7 (b). However, the Bass copy at aas. 
has the following: 2 (a), 3 (b), 4 (b), 5 (b), 6 (b), 7 (a). 

In most copies p. 36 of the text is without a floriated initial and line 17 reads "word 
of English," but one of the jcb. copies, the nyp. and uts. copies have the floriated 
initial, line 17 reading "derstand one word of English," and the aas. Bass copy has 
a floriated initial, and line 17, "stand one word of English." 

Strength | ovt of | Weaknesse ; | Or a Glorious [ Manifestation | 
Of the further Progresse of | the Gospel among the Indians [ in 
New-England. | Held forth in Sundry Letters j from divers Min- 
isters and others to the | Corporation established by Parliament for 
I promoting the Gospel among the Hea- | then in New-England ; 
and to particular | Members thereof since the last Trea- j tise to that 
effect, formerly set | forth by M' Henry Whitfield j late Pastor of 
Gilford in | New-England. | Published by the aforesaid Corporation. 
I [4 lines.] I London; \ Printed by M. Simmons for John Blague 
and I Samuel Hozces,and are to be sold at their | Shop in Popes-Head- 
Alley. 1652. I 4to, pp. (15), verso blank, 40. A in four, a in two, 
B-F in fours, F [or G] in two. 

AAS., B., c, HEH., HSP., JCB. (4 Copies), NVP. (3 Copies) 92799 

Title I (c). 

Sheet A ,is found with tills title shows signs of alteration during the course of 
printing. It is in large part from the type of the same sheet in the preceding issue, 
most copies having the same form of the dedication, 2(a), but others, 2(b). 

The most usual combination of variations in groups of pages, as described above, is 
as follows: 2 (a), 3 (a), 4 (a), 5 (a), 6 (a), 7 (b). The variations, 2 (b),4 (b), 6 (b), 
7 (a), have also been found in some copies. In most copies there is no floriated initial 



STRENGTH OUT OF WEAKNESS. II9 

on p. 36, and line 17 reads "word oi English," but several copies have been found with 
the floriated initial, and line 17 reading "derstand one word oi English." 

Strength out of Weakness. | Or a Glorious | Manifestation [ Of 
the further Progresse of the | Gospel | amongst | the Indians | in 
I New-England. | Held forth in sundry Letters j from divers Min- 
isters and others to the j Corporation established by Parliament for 
I promoting the Gospel among the Hea- | then in New-England; 
and to particular | Members thereof since the last Trea- | tise to 
that effect, formerly set | forth by M'' Henry Whitfield | late Pastor 
of Gilford in | New-England. | Published by the aforesaid Corpora- 
tion. I [3 lines.] I London, Printed by M. Simmons for John Blague 
I and Samuel Howes , and are to he sold at their \ Shop in Popes Head 
Alley. 1652. I 4to, pp. (15), verso blank, 40. A in four, a in two, 
B-F in fours, F [or G] in two. 

Title i(e). B., C. (2 COpies), H,, JCB. (2 COpies), NYP., Y. 9280O 

This title is from a different setting of type from the two preceding. 

In some copies a hyphen is distinguished between Head and Alley in the imprint. 

The most usual combination of variations in groups of pages, as described above, 
is as follows: 2(b), 3(b), 4(b), s(b), 6(b), 7(a). The variations 3(a), 4(a), 5(a), 
6(a), 7(b), have also been found in some copies. Most copies have a floriated initial 
on p. 36, and line 17 reads " stand one word of English," but two copies located 
have the initial floriated, and the line reading "derstand one word of English." 

The Banners of Grace and Love displayed in the farther Conver- 
sion of the Indians in New-England, 1657. "S^?^ our no. 3213, vol. I. 

BODLEIAN, H. 

This edition is a reissue of earlier sheets of "Strength out of Weaknesse," with a 
new title page prefixed. The combination of variations of groups of pages included is 
as follows: 2 (a), 3 (a), 4 (a), 5 (a), 6 (a), 7 (b). The second paragraph on p. 36 
begins with the floriated initial, and line ij reads "derstand one word of English." 

The variations described correspond most closely with those most frequently found 
with title I (a), but as we have located but one copy in this country it is impossible to 
say that other issues of the title may not have been bound with other combinations. 
If all copies were found to be made up as described above it would suggest that title 
I (a) was the latest rather than the earliest of the issues with 40 pages of text. In 
that case i (e) would probably be the first of these issues, and i (c) which appears to 
be a transitional issue between the two would be the second. 

Strength out of Weakness: or A Glorious Manifestation of the 
Further Progress of the Gospel among the Indians in New England. 
By Henry Whitfield. New York: Reprinted for Joseph Sabin. 
1865. [Verso of title:] Muns ell, Printer. 4to, pp. (2), 4, (18), 

59. B., BA., C, H., NYP., Y. 92801 

Half title: Sabin's Reprints, Quarto Series. No. V. 

On verso of title: Edition 250 Copies, of which 50 are on large paper. 

Following the title is a "Notice" signed by Joseph Sabin, stating that there are two 
other editions, and giving full titles and collations. These appear to be taken from 
titles I (a), and i (c), but there are typographical differences which may be due to 



120 STRENUOUS MOTIVES. 

error. It is possible that sucii variations may exist but we have not located copies with 
them. 

The reprint appears to have been made from a copy in which the combination of 
variations in groups of pages was as follows: 2 (b), 3 (b), 4 (a), 5 (b), 6 (a), 7 (a). 

Another reprint taken from the Bass copy at aas., title i (a), appears in Mass. Hist. 
Soc. "Collections," 3d ser., vol. 4, 1834, pp. 149-196. 

Strenuous Motives | for an | Immediate War | against | Spain. | 
With a short account of the vigorous | War made by King Edward 
I. for Dcpre- | dations upon his Subjects- | Mr. Addison's Opinion 
of our Trade and | Commerce. | The Author's Thoughts upon the 
fatal Consequen- | ces of losing the present Opportunity. | Hannibal's 
Speech to the Senate of Carthage. | And Reflections upon the De- 
struction of the Spa- I nish Fleet in 17 18. | ... | Inscribed to the 
Merchants of Great-Britain | Trading to America. | London: \ 
Printed jor G. SfavaUy next the Feathers Tavern^ over- | against St. 
Clement* s-Church in the Strand; 1738. | Svo, pp. (4), 35, adver- 
tisement (l). JCB,, NYH., NYP., WLC, Y, 92802 
See also Billyke beweegreedenen, no. 5422, vol. 2. b. 

Strephon, fseud. A I Panegyrick. | By Strephon. | . . . | Phila- 
delfhia: \ Printed and Sold by William Dunlaf, M,DCC,LXli. | Sq. 
Svo, pp. II. p. 92803 

Title from Hildeburn, no. 1841. 

Stretch (L. M.). The | Beauties | of | History; | or, I Pictures 
of Virtue and Vice, | drawn from Real Life, | designed | For the 
Instruction and Entertainment of Youth. | By L. M. Stretch, m.a. 
I The Seventh Edition. [ . . . j Sfringfield: \ Printed by Edward 
Gray. \ m,dcc,xciv. | 2 vols., i2mo, pp. (2), v-xxiv, 360 ; (2), 
v-xi, 348. AAS., BM. + Philadelphia: Printed for Robert Camf- 
bell. 1794. 2 vols., l2mo. + The ninth edition. Hartford: Printed 
by Nathaniel Patten, 1794. 2 vols,, 8vo. + Hudson: Printed by 
A shbel Stoddard. 1 795. 92804 

On the title page of the second volume of the Springfield edition the following line 
added after the author's name: "Vicar of Twyford and Ouselbury, Hampshire." 

Titles of the last three editions from Evans. 

According to Trumbull, the Hartford edition was advertised as "just published," in 
the American Mercury, November 3, 1794. 

For London and Paris editions, see the British Museum Catalogue. 

Stribling (B[enjamin] F. W.). Poems for the Old and 
Young. By B. F. W. Stribling. Beardstown, Ills.: L. U. Rravis, 
Pi/blishrr, "Central Illinoian Office." 1857. l8mo, pp. 238, vi. 

BU., C. 92805 

Stricker (Wilhelm [Friedrich Karl]). Die Deutschen in 
Sp;uiicn und Portugal und den spanischcn und portugiesischen Lan- 



STRICKER. 121 

dern von America. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Deutschen 
ausser Deutschland. Von Wilhelm Strieker, D. M. Leipzig, Verlag 
von Gustav Mayer 1 850. [Colophon:] Druck von Breitkofj und 
Hartelin Leipzig. l2mo, pp. iv, 324. BM., c, CU., nyp. 92806 

Stricker. Die Republik Mexico nach den hasten und neuesten 
Quellen geschildert von D"^' W. Stricker. Frankfurt am Main. Ver- 
lag von Johann Valentin Meidinger. 1847. [Colophon:] Druck 
von Aug. Osterrieth in Frankfurt a. M. l2mo, pp. 158. 

BM., H., HISP.SOC.AMER., U.CAL. (bANCROFt) 92807 

Series title: Bibliothek der Liinder-und Volkerkunde. In Verbindung mit mehreren 
herausgegeben von D''- W. Stricker. Erstes Heft. 

Stricker. Reisen der Briider Schomburgk in Britisch-Guiana. 
Im Auszug fiir das grossere Publikum und die Jugend bearbeitet 
von W. Stricker. Mit einer Karte. Frankfurt am Main: Auffarth. 
1852. 8vo, pp. 143, (l). Map. BM. 92808 

For the original narratives, see Schomburgk (R.), and Schomburgk (R. H.). 

Strickland (Catherine Parr). See Traill (Catherine Parr 
Strickland). 

Strickland (Joe), pseud. Letter from Joe Strickland to Sam- 
uel F. B. Morse, president of the National Academy of the Arts of 
Design. . . . Memphremagog: from, the Graphic and Picturesque 
Press. [New York?] 1828. 8vo, pp. 18. BA. 92809 

A satirical piece relating to the controversy between the "Old" Academy of Arts 
and the "New" Academy of Design. 

According to Hudson's "Journalism in the United States," 1873, p. 688, George W. 
Arnold, who kept a lottery office on Broadway, in New York, was the original Joe 
Strickland. 

Strickland ([Samuel]). Twenty-seven Years in Canada 
West; or, the Experience of an Early Settler. By Major Strickland, 
C. M. Edited by Agnes Strickland, author of "The Queens of Eng- 
land," etc. ... In two volumes. . . . London: Richard Bentley , New 
Burlington Street. Publisher in Ordinary to Her Majesty. 1 85 3. 
[Verso of title:] London: Printed by Samuel Bcntley id Co. 
Bangor House, Shoe Lane. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. (2), ix— xix, 31 1, 
(l); viii, 344. B., BM., C, CU., H., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., 
UTEX., WHS., Y. + London: Bentley. 1 854. 8vo, pp. 350 

92810 

Both volumes of the nyp. copy of the first edition are bound together in the original 
cloth binding. 

Title of the 1854 edition from the Publishers' Circular for June i, 1854, no. 2860. 
A copy is located in the Library of Parliament of Canada. 



122 STRICKLAND (sUSANNAh). 

Strickland (Susannah). See Moodie (Susannah Strickland). 

Strickland (W[illiam] ), of Yorkshire. Observations on the 
Agriculture of the United States of America. By W. Strickland, 
Esq. London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland-Row, 
St. Jameses. l8oi. 8vo, pp. (6), 3-74. 

aas., ba., c, cu., m., nyh., wlc, y. 9281 1 

See also Tatham (William), Communications concerning the Agriculture and 
Commerce of the United States . . . being an auxiliary to a Report made by William 
Strickland ... to the Board of Agriculture, 1800. 

Strickland (William), i^. ijSjjd. 1854. Address upon a Pro- 
posed Railroad from Wilmington to the Susquehanna. Together 
with a report of the survey made by William Strickland, Esq. 
Architect and Engineer. Philadelfhia. 1835. 8vo, pp. 18. Fron- 
tispiece folded map. aas., c, hsp., t. w. streeter 92812 

[Strickland]? Internal Improvement. Rail Roads, Canals, 
Bridges, &c. Philadelfhia, March 1^, iSlS- 8vo, pp. 8. 92813 

Title from the catalogue of a sale at the Anderson Galleries, Feb. 5—6, 1923, lot 
no. 477. In a note it is stated that the tract was possibly the work of Strickland, see 
his Report, below. Attention is called to the fact that the work antedates articles by 
Carver published in the "Morning Courier and New York Enquirer," in 1832, sug- 
gesting the building of a transcontinental railroad. 

Strickland. Public Works of the United States of America. 
. . . Edited by William Strickland, Architect and Civil Engineer. 
Edward H. Gill, Civil Engineer. Henry R. Campbell, Civil En- 
gineer. The plates are engraved in the best stj^e of art by the Le 
Keuxs, from drawings made expressly for this work. Price 20s. 
each part; or five dollars in any part of the United States. London: 
John Wealc, Architectural Library, 59, High Holborn. m.dccc. 
XLi. Folio, pp. (4). 31 drawings on 40 leaves. 

c, cu., PEAB. 92814 

On p. (3) : "The editors are desirous that the Plates should be accompanied by letter- 
press descriptions of the various subjects illustrated . . . and for this purpose it has 
been deemed necessary to collect and arrange the 'Reports, Specifications, and Esti- 
mates of the several Works,' and to print them in a separate volume." See that title, 
below. 

Strickland. Reports on Canals, Railways, Roads, and other 

Subjects, made to "The Pennsylvania Society for the Promotion of 

^ Internal Improvement." By William Strickland . . . while engaged 

/^i in the Service of the Society. Philadelphia: H. C. Carey & I. Lea, 

'. — Chrsnut Street. 1826. Oblong folio, pp. vi, 51, and errata slip. 

I l**! 72 drawings on 58 plates, 4 being double (one folded), and one 

other folded. ^AS. 

B., ba., bm., c, cu., h., heh., hsp., m., nyp.„peab., y. 92815 



STRICKLAND. (wILLIAm). I 23 

Strickland. Reports, Specifications, and Estimates of Public 
Works in the United States of America: comprising the Philadel- 
phia Gas Works. Reservoir Dam across the Swatara. Twin locks 
on the Schuylkill Canal. Delaware Breakwater. Philadelphia Water 
Works. Dam and lock on the Sandy and Beaver Canal. Dam on 
the James River and Kanawha Canal, Virginia. Locks of eight feet 
lift, on the same. Aqueducts across Rivanna River and Byrd Creek, 
on the same. Superstructure, etc., of farm bridges, on the same. 
Lock gates and mitre sills. Edited by William Strickland, Architect 
and Civil Engineer. Edward H. Gill, Civil Engineer. Henry R. 
Campbell, Civil Engineer. Explanatory of the atlas folio of detailed 
engravings elucidating the enginering works herein described. Lon- 
don: JohnWeale. m.dccc.xli. [Verso of title:] Printed by W . 
Hughes y King's Head Courty Gough Square. 8vo, pp. (4), 168. 

ba., bm., c, cu., nyp., y. 92816 

For an accompanying atlas of plates, see Public Works, above. 

[Strickland] . Tomb of Washington, at Mount Vernon. Phil- 
adelfhia: Carey and Hart. 1 840. [Verso of title:] C. Sherman 
^ Co. PrinterSy 19 <S/. James Street. 8vo, added engraved title, 
and pp. 76. 4 plates. aas., b., 

BA., BM., C, GTS., HEH., NYP,, P., PEAB., UTEX., WHS., WLC. 928 I 7 
Dedication signed: William Strickland. 
Washington's Farewell Address, pp. 41-76. 

Strickland (W[illiam] P[eter]). History of the American 
Bible Society, from its organization to the present time. By W. P 
Strickland, one of the society's agents. With an introduction by Rev. 
N. L. Rice, d.d., of Cincinnati. . . . New York: Harfer ^ Br other Sy 
Publishers, 82 Clif Street. 1849. ^^^j PP- ^^'^j (2)5 17-466. 
Frontispiece portrait. B., BM., gts., h., nyh., nyp., whs. + Re- 
vised, and brought down to the present time. . . . New York: Har- 
per &' BrotherSy Publishers, Pearl Streety Franklin Square. 1856. 
8vo, pp. (6), V— XXX, (2), 17—512. Frontispiece portrait. 

C, cu., H., HSP., MINNHS., NYP., PEAB., Y. 928 I 8 

Strickland. History of the Missions of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, from the organization of the Missionary Society to the 
present time. By Rev. W. P. Strickland, a.m. With an introduction 
by Rev. B. F. Tefft, d.d. . . . Cincinnati: Published by L. Sworm- 
stedt ^ J. H. Power y for the Methodist Episcopal Churchy at the 
Western Book Concern^ corner of Main and Eighth-streets. R. P. 
Thompsony Printer. 1 850. i2mo, pp. 338. Frontispiece portrait. 
C, H., HEH., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. + Cincinnati: Published 



124 STRICKLAND ( WILLIAM P.). 

by Swormstcdt & Poe, for the Methodist Efiscofd Church, at the 
Western Book ConcerUy Corner of Main and Eighth Streets. R. P. 
Thomf son, Printer. 1854. l2mo, pp. 338. 

u.cAL. (Bancroft), utex. 92819 

Title of the i 854 edition supplied by E. W. Winkler. 

-^ Strickland. The Life of Jacob Gruber. By W. P. Strickland. 

L) (y-f' " New York: Published by Carlton &" Porter, 200 Mulberry-Street. 
^1^'%. i860. l2mo, pp. 384. Frontispiece portrait. BA., H. 92820 

(^ 1^, O O -J A.ocated copies indicate that later printings in the same year brought the edition up 
to at least the seventh thousand, b., c, heh., nyp., up., utex., uts., whs., y. 

Strickland. Old Mackinaw ; or, the Fortress of the Lakes and 
its surroundings. By W. P. Strickland. Philadelphia: James Chal- 
, len & Son, No. 25 South Sixth Street, i860. [Verso of title:] 

1 ' Philadelphia: Stereotyped by S. A. George, 607 Sansom Street. 

t' 5 / o^-' i2mo, pp. 404. 4 plates and folded map. cu., nyp. + Philadel- 
hj] I (f> S^/*^"'^-' J^f''^^^ Challen ^ Son, New York: Carlton &' Porter. — 
/ ' Cincinnati: Poe iff Hitchcock. Chicago: IV. H. Doughty. — De- 

troit: Putnam, Smith ^ Co. Nashville: J. B. McFerrin. i860. 
[Same collation.] c.,nyh. 92821 

Copies of either the first or second issue listed are located at b., h., minnhs., up., 
and WHS. 

Strickland. Oration delivered in the Wesley Chapel on the 
occasion of laying the corner stone of the New Masonic Hall edifice, 
Cincinnati, June 4th, 1845: by R. W. Bro. W. P. Strickland, 
G. C. together with the order of procession and ceremony of laying 
the corner stone, by the M. W. Grand Lodge. Cincinnati: Printed 
by R. P. Donogh & Co., 106, Main St., 1 845. 8vo, pp. 24. 

c. 92822 

Strickland. The Pioneer Bishop: or, the Life and Times of 
Francis Asbury. By W. P. Strickland. With an introduction by 
Nathan Bangs, d.d. New York: Published by Carlton ^ Porter, 
200 Mulberry-Street, [cop. 1 858] i2mo, pp. 496. Frontispiece 
portrait, b., minnhs., nyp., utex., uts., whs., y. + English 
Edition: with an introduction by the Rev. S. W. Christophers, of 
Manchester. Manchester: David Kelly, 53, Market Street, Lon- 
don: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., i860. [Colophon:] London: 
Bowden and Brawn, Printers, 1 3, Princes Street, Holborn. 1 2mo, 
pp. xvi, 248. BM., H., nyh., peab., y. 92823 

Located copies indicate th.Tt later printings from 1858 to i860 brought the New 
York edition up to at least the seventh thousand, c, h., heh. 



STRICKLAND ( WILLIAM P.). 125 

Strickland. The Pioneers of the West; or, Life in the Woods, j^ C^^Y" 

By W. P Strickland. ... iVdJw-l'o/-/^: Carlton & Phillips. Boston: /—<-// 
/. P. Magee. [cof. 1 856.] l2mo, pp. 222, 225-403, including 
illustrations. c, nyh., nyp., whs. 92824 ; / 

Located copies indicate that later printings brought the undated edition up to at 
least the seventh thousand, aas., Bv, h., heh., minnhs., nyp., utex., y. Also, New 
York, 1868. c. 

Strickland edited the "Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley," no. 24378, vol. 6, 
and was the author or editor of several religious works. 

Strict Congregational Churches, Conn. An | Historical 
Narrative, | and | Declaration. | Shewing the Cause and Rise of the 
I Strict Congregational Churches, | In the State of Connecticut | And 
their present Views, respecting several | interesting Matters of a 
religious Nature . | Also, | A Profession of their Faith ; | And several 
Heads of Agreement, respecting 1 Church Discipline, agreed upon 
by I a Number of Strict Congregational | Churches, convened by 
Delegation | at Killingly, September 19, 178 1. | To which is 
added, | An Address to the several Churches: | And a Letter upon 
the Subject of | Ordination. | Published by Order of said Churches. 
I ... I Providence {Rhode Island) \ Printed by Bennett W heeler ^ 
1781. 1 8vo, pp. 44. c, RIHS. 92825 

Title from a facsimile of the title page in the catalogue of the Trumbull sale at the 
American Art Association, March 22 and 23, 1921, no. 567. 

Strict Congregational Churches, L. I. A Brief History 
of the Strict Congregational Convention of Long Island, from its 
organization in 1 791, to the present time. New York: Piercy &' 
Reedy frinters, No. 9 Spruce-Street. 1839. i2mo, pp. 36. 

LIHS. 92826 

Also : "A historical narrative, containing a brief sketch of the work of God in New 
England ... to which is added, the confession of faith, and form of government of 
the Strict Congregational Church," Brooklyn, 1823. lihs. 

Titles supplied by Edna Huntington. 

A Stricture on the Judiciary of Massachusetts, occasioned mainly 
by articles in the Law Reporter and North American Review. By 
a Citizen. Andover: Printed by Allen, Morrill ^ Wardwell. 
1843. ^^o> PP- 4^- S^'P of errata. aas., h. 92827 

Strictures addressed to James Madison. See [Cooper (T.)], no. 

I 66 I 7, vol. 4. AAS., B., BA., DERENNE., NYP., P., Y. 



Strictures | and 
partments | of the 



Observations | upon the | Three Executive De- 
Government of the United States: I calculated I 



to shew the necessity of some change therein, that the public | may 



126 STRICTURES ON A LETTER. 

derive that able and impartial execution of the | powers delegated, 
upon which alone their happi- | ness at home, and their respectability 
I abroad, must materially depend. | By Massachusettensis. | Printed 
in the United States oj Americay \ m,dcc,xcii. | 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., B., BA., C, JCB., NVH., NYP., Y. 92828 
Improved title of no. 40101, vol. 10, attributed to Daniel Leonard. According to 
P. L. Ford, this is an error as Leonard left the country in 1775 and never returned. 
See "i5ibliotheca Hamiltoniana," 1886, no. 51. 

Strictures on "A Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the annexa- 
tion of Texas to the United States, by William E. Channing", by a 
Friend to Texas. [«./>. 1 837.] 8vo, pp. 24. BA., c, Y. 92829 

Dated: Hoboken, Sept. 15, 1837. 

Strictures | on a | Pamphlet, | entitled, | A | "Friendly Address | 
to I All Reasonable Americans, j on the | Subject of our Political 
Confusions." | Addressed to the | People of America. | . . . | \_New 
York.'] Printed in the Year IJJS- I 8vo, pp. (2), 15-25. 

AAS., BA., C, M., NYH., NYP., P. 9283O 

By Charles Lee, in answer to Myles Cooper's anonymous "Friendly Address." 

Forms pp. 13—25 of "The General attacked by a Subaltern," a reprint of Henry 
Barry's anonymous reply to Lee. See Strictures on the Friendly Address examined, 
below. 

For other editions, see the following title, and [Lee (C.)], no. 39714, vol. 10. 
Philadelphia, 1774, c, h., jcb., nyh., nvp., p., y.; Newport, 1775, jcB.; America, 
Boston. 177s, AAS., c, H., NYP.; New-York, Boston, 1775, c; Philadelphia, New- 
London, 1775, AAS., CU., H., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 

Evans also lists an edition with the imprint "America, [New-York:'\ Printed for 
the Purchasers. 1774," of which we have been unable to locate a copy. 

The Philadelphia, 1774, edition was reprinted in N. Y. Hist. Soc. "Collections," 
1872, pp. 151-166. 

Strictures | on a | Pamphlet, | intituled, | "A friendly Address to 
all I reasonable Americans, | on the | Subject of our political Con- 
fusion." I Addressed to the | People of America, j . . . 1 Philadelphia, 
Printed: \ Providence, Reprinted and Sold by John Carter; | at 
Shakcsf ear's Head, near the Court-Rouse, 1 775. | 8vo, pp. 15. 

NYH. 92831 

Strictures on a pamphlet entitled a "Religious Tract," published 
by the Genesee Missionary Society, attempting to prove "the certain 
and endless punishment of impenitent sinners:" — wherein it is shown 
that the several statements in said pamphlet are incorrect. By a 
Friend to the doctrin[e] of Universal Salvation. Manlius, {N. Y.) 
Printed by Leonard Kellogg. [1817.?] 1 6mo, pp. 1 6. 

HEH., NYH. 92832 

On verso of title: "As the Genesee Missionary Society have seen fit not to publish 

the name of the author of their pamphlet, we propose to meet them on their own 



STRICTURES ON A PAMPHLET. 127 

ground; which is the only reason why the name of the author of these Strictures is not 
mentioned." 

See also: Remarks on a pamphlet entitled a Review, of an anonymous publication 
styled Strictures, on a pamphlet entitled "A Religious Tract," published by the Gene- 
see Missionary Society, attempting to prove "the certain and endless punishment of 
impenitent sinners." By Jabez Chadwick, minister of the gospel in Pompey. By 
Abner Kneeland, minister of the gospel of reconciliation, which is good tidings of 
great joy to all people. Manlius : Printed by Kellogg & Clark, In the Stone House, 
corner of Seneca and Cherry Valley Streets. 1 817. 8vo, pp. 16. Title supplied from 
a photostat of the title page of the Eames copy. 

Strictures on a Pamphlet, entitled, "An Examination of the Pres- 
ident's reply to the New-Haven Remonstrance." See Tullius Amer- 
icus, fseud. 

Strictures on a Pamphlet, entitled, Election the Foundation of 
Obedience. See Spinoza {¥r?Lnc\s) , fseud., no. 89462, vol. 22. 

Strictures on a pamphlet entitled Facts to landholders. See Vol- 
unteer, fseud. 

Strictures | on a pamphlet entitled | The Case of George Mcin- 
tosh, Esq. I Published by order of the Liberty Society | . . . | Georgia 
I Savannah: Printed by Lancaster (ff Mumjord. | mdcclxxvii ] 
4to,pp. 17. c. 92833 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Strictures on a pamphlet intitled "A friendly Address." See 
above. Strictures on a pamphlet entitled . . . 

Strictures on a pamphlet purporting to be a "Narrative of Facts 
and Circumstances." 5^^ note following no. 5 1789, vol. 12. H., uts. 

Strictures on a Pastoral Letter to the Laity of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church ... of Bishop Hobart. See note following no. 
32296, vol. 8. 

Strictures on a Recent Publication. [Verso of title:] B. Early 
Printer. [Fall River y Mass. 1831.] 8vo, pp. 36. B., heh. 92834 

Caption title on p. 3: Strictures on a Recent Publication, entitled. Proceedings of 
two Ecclesiastical Councils, in the town of Berkeley. 

Probably written by Rev. T. Andros, who was the subject of complaint. 

According to the "Earle Family," 1888, pp. 251-253, Benjamin Earl published the 
Fall-River Monitor from 1 829-1 838. Information supplied by Wilberforce Eames. 

Strictures on a Sermon by Edward D. Griffin, President of Wil- 
liams College; published in the National Preacher, for Feb. 1832. 
The design of which are to exhibit and defend what is miscalled 
"New Divinity." By a Friend to Revivals. New York: Jonathan 



128 STRICTURES ON A VOYAGE. 

Leavttty Theological Bookseller ; Auburn: H.Ivtnson and Co. 1 832. 
[Verso of title:] Press of William Williams, Utica. 8vo, pp. 39. 

H., UTS. 92835 

Strictures on a Voyage to South America. See [Brackenridge 
(Henry M.)], no. 7182, vol. 2. c, lihs., nyp., utex., w^hs. 

These "Strictures" on Brackenridge's "Voyage" are attributed to Baptis Irvine in 
our no. 35 1 10, vol. 9. 

Strictures | on | Bishop Watson's | "Apology for the Bible." | 
By a Citizen of New-York. 1 . • . | Neiu-York: | Printed jar John 
Fellows, I Wall-Street, No. 6o. | 1796. | 8vo, pp. (2), 48. 

c, H. (and.) 92836 

Strictures on Dr. Hodgkin's pamphlet on Negro Emancipation 
and American Colonization. (From "The Imperial Magazine" 
for July, 1833.) . . . London: H. Fisher, R. Fisher, &' P. Jackson. 
38, Neiv gate Street. 1 833. 8vo, pp. 8. B., c, UTS. 92837 

Strictures on Dr. John M. Mason's Plea for Sacramental Com- 
munion on Catholic Principles. By a Friend to Truth. . . . New- 
York: Published by Wiley ^ Halstead, No. 3 Wall-Street. J. 
Kingsland &' Co. Printers. 1 82 I. l2mo, pp. xii, 210, note (i). 

Attributed by Halkett and Laing to Rev. James Chrystie. UTS. 92838 

Strictures | on | Female Education ; | Chiefly as it Relates to the 
Cul- I ture of the Heart, | In Four Essays. | By a Clergyman of the 
Church of England. | . . . | Norwich: \ Printed by Ebenezer Bush- 
nell. I [1792.] I l2mo,pp. V, (i), 133. 

Date supplied from Evans. AAS., BA., US.BUR.EDUC, UTS. 92839 

Rev. John Bennett, or Bennet, curate of St. Mary's, Manchester, appears as the 
author of this work on the title page of his "Letters to a Young Lady," Hartford, 1792. 
.A.ccording to a review of the first edition, also anonymous, of "Strictures," London, 
[1788], in the "Monthly Review," vol. 79, 1788, pp. 27-30, it is a specimen, intro- 
ductory to the "Letters to a Young Lady," which was first published in 1789. 

Strictures on Governor Morton's Message. See Hildreth (R.), 
no. 31784, vol. 8. 

Strictures on Governor Seymour's Veto of the Bill for the Sup- 
pression of Intemperance, passed in the Senate of the State of New- 
York, March II, 1854, by a vote of 2 1 to 1 1 ; and in the Assembly 
on the 22d, by a vote of 84 to 42. . . . New-York: American Tem- 
perance Union, 14.^ Nassau Street. 1854. [Verso of title:] John 
A. Gray, Printer and Stereotyper, 95 a?td 97 Clif street, N. Y. 8vo, 

PP- I^- NYP. 92840 



STRICTURES ON HARVARD. 129 

Strictures on Harvard University. See Harvard, no. 30763, 
vol. 8. 

Attributed to W^illiam Austin in Walter Austin's biography of his grandfather, 
I92S> p. 21. Extracts from the essay are given on pp. 21—29. 

Strictures | on | Mercer's | Introductory Discourse | relative to 
the I Payments made of the British Debts | into the | Treasury of 
Maryland during the late War. | . • . I London. \ Printed and soldy 
for the Author, by A. Grant, No. 91, | W ardour Street, Soho ; sold 
also by J. Clarke, New Bond | Street; J. Stalker, Stationers^ Court, 
Ludgate Hill, and \ W . Richardson, Royal Exchange. | M DCC xc. 
I {Price One Shilling and Sixfence.) | 8vo, pp. 44, advertisement 
(l). JCB., NYP. 92841 

Attributed by Evans to David Ross. A "Black List" on a folded sheet forms pp. 
[1S-16]. 

For Mercer's work, see no. 47904, vol. 12. 

Elicited the broadside: "Mr. Mercer considers Mr. Ross's publication against him 
in no other respect worthy of reply, than as it contains one continued tissue of mis- 
representation of sentiment and misstatement of fact . . . Annapolis, [Printed by F. 
& S. Greeni September 15, 1792." Title from Evans. 

Strictures | on | Mr. Burke's Two Letters, ] Addressed to | a 
Member of the present Parliament: | on | The Proposals for Peace 
I with the I "Regicide Directory of France." | Part the First. | 
Philadelphia; \ Printed by John Thompson, | and sold by the book- 
sellers of Philadelfhia, | New York, and Baltimore. | 1797. | 8vo, 

pp. iv, 50. B., C, NYP. 92842 

First edition, London, 1796. h. 

Halkett and Laing attribute to Ralph Broome. 

Strictures on Mr. Cambreleng's Work. See Carey (Mathew), 
note following no. 10889, ^°^' 3' nvp. 

Strictures on Mr. Lacock's Report ... on the Seminole War. See 
Lacock (Abner), note following no. 38471, vol. 9. B., ba., h., 

HEH. 

Strictures on Mr. Lee's Exposition of Evidence on the Sugar 
Duty, in behalf of the Committee appointed by the Free-Trade Con- 
vention. \^n.f. 1832?] 8vo,pp. 18. aas., cu., M., NYH. 92843 

Caption title. Eight articles signed by "Hambden," attacking Henry Lee's "An 
Exposition of Evidence," 1832, our no. 39753, vol. 10, which had urged the repeal 
of the sugar duty. Hambden makes a plea for its being retained for the sake of the 
sugar growing state of Louisiana. 

Attributed doubtfully to Mathew Carey in Finotti's "Bibliographia catholica amer- 
icana," 1872. Also attributed to him in note on our no. 10889, vol. 3. It is possible 
that this attribution was made from a confusion of the pseudonym with Carey's pseu- 
donym, "Hamilton." According to Cushing, Isaac Orr used the pseudonym, 
"Hamden." 



1^0 STRICTURES ON MONOPOLIES. 

Strictures on Monopolies, respectfully submitted to the considera- 
tion of the constituted authorities, and people of Pennsylvania. [«. f. 

1819.J I2mO, pp. 12. C.,NYH. 92844 

Signed on p. 11: "A Citizen of Pennsylvania." The latest date mentioned in the 
text is February 20, 1819. 

Strictures on Montgomery on the Cotton Manufactures of Great 
Britain and America. See Montgomery (J.), no. 50150, vol. 12. 

C, H., UTEX., Y. 

Strictures on Nullification. See Everett (A. H.), note following 

no. 23237, vol. 6. AAS., BA., C, H., NYP., Y. 

Appeared in the "North American Review" for January, 1833, vol. 36, pp. 205- 

27S- 

Strictures on Professor M'Vickar's Pamphlet, entitled, "Consid- 
erations upon the Expediency of Abolishing Damages on Protested 
Bills of Exchange, and the Effect of Establishing a Reciprocal Ex- 
change with Europe." By Publicola. New-York: Printed by Elliott 
and Palmer y 20 William Street. 1829. 8vo, pp. 45. 

AAS., c, NYP. 92845 

Improved title of that in note following no. 43672, vol. 11. 

Strictures on Rev. Mr. Winslow's Thanksgiving Sermon. . . . 
Boston: Published by Whiffle and Damrell, No. 9 Cornhill. 1 838. 
[Verso of title:] William, S. Damrellj Printer y No. 9 Cornhill, — 
Boston. 8vo, pp. 28. BA., Y. 92846 

Relates to slavery. 

Strictures on Seceding Masons, with reviews of the Anti-Masonic 
Characters of Pliny Merrick, Esq. of Worcester, Mass. — Rev. Joel 
Mann, of Suffield, Conn. — Rev. Tho's M. Smith, of Troy, Mass. 
— and Elder David Bernard, of Fredonia, N. Y. From the Boston 
Masonic Mirror. Boston, Printed and fublished by Carr and Page, 
No. 30, Cornhill, late Market-street. 1830. l2mo, pp. 32. 

AAS. 92847 

Strictures on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, addressed princi- 
pally to the Christian Church. London: Biggs & Co. 1 805. 8vo, 

pp. 26. BM. 92848 

By J[amcs] S[abine], according to the bm. Catalogue. 

Strictures on the case of Ephraim K. Avery. See Avery, no. 2485, 
vol. I. AAS., c. 

Strictures on the Establishment of Colleges; particularly that of 
St. Mary, in the precincts of Baltimore, as formerly published in the 



STRICTURES ON THE FRIENDLY. I3I 

Evening-Post and Telegraphe. By Different Writers. . . . Balti- 
more: Pfinted — December — 1806. 8vo, pp. xv, errata ( I ), 5—58. 

H., NYP. 92849 

The I Strictures | on the | Friendly Address | examined, | and | 
A Refutation of its Principles attempted. | Addressed | to the | People 
of America. | . . . | [BostonF] Printed in the Year I 775. | 8vo, pp. 

14. AAS., M., NYP. 92850 

The author was probably Henry Barry. In apparently contemporary ms. on the 
title page of the nyp. copy: "NB: The Strictures were written by Gen' [Charles] 
Lee & this Examination by Lieu' Barry of the 52. Reg.'" 

Improved title of no. 1 1 88 1, vol. 3, entered under T. B. Chandler. T\ie Philadelphia, 
1775, edition there located at p. is evidently an error as pointed out by Hildeburn, 
for we have located no copy, nor has Evans in his no. 13865. Our no. 3684, vol. i, 
is probably also an error for the above. 

Evans under Chandler, no. 13864, lists without location a New-London, I775> 
edition, pp. 16, which may be a mistake for the edition of Lee's "Strictures" with 
corresponding imprint and collation. 

For the "Friendly Address," see [Cooper (Myles)], nos. 16587-16588, vol. 4, and 
for the "Strictures," [Lee (C.)], no. 39714, vol. 10, and above under title, no. 92830. 

Reprinted with the following title: The | General, | attacked | By a Subaltern: | 
or the I Strictures | on | The Friendly Address | Examined, | and | A Refutation of 
its Principles | Attempted. | Addressed to the People of America. | . . . | Boston, 
Printed: \ New-York, re-printed, by James Rivington. \ [177S.] 8vo, pp. 25. aas., 
c, M., NYH., NYP., P. Pp. 13—25 contain with a separate title page, Lee's anonymous 
Strictures on a Pamphlet entitled A Friendly Address, see above, to which Barry's 
pamphlet is a reply. Improved title of no. 26867, vol. 7. 

Strictures on the Landed and Commercial Interest of the United 
States. See Philasni, pseud., no. 62416, vol. 15. 

Strictures on the Letter of Charles J. Ingersoll, Esq. touching the 
right of a Legislature to repeal a charter. With an appendix, contain- 
ing the letters of Mr. Ingersoll, of Mr. Dallas, of Mr. Forward, and 
of Mr. Biddle, in illustration of the subject discussed. By a Citizen 
of Maryland. ... Baltimore: Josef h Neat, 174 Market Street^ 
1836. [Verso of title:] John D. Toy, Printer, corner of Market 
and St. Paul Streets. 8vo, pp. (4), 3-104. H., NYP. 92851 

Improved title of that entered in note following no. 34735> vol. 9. 

Strictures on the Love of Power in the Prelacy. See [Purcell 
(Rev. Henry)], no. 66672, vol. 16. 

Strictures ] on the peace | with | America, France and Spain. | 
Addressed to the public at large. | Illustrated with a map of America 
and the West-Indies. | London: | Printed for and sold by Mattheiu 
Richmond, \ No. 2, ] Hudson^s court, Strand. \ [1783?] 8vo, pp. 
(2), 18. Frontispiece folded map. c. 92852 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 



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132 STRICTURES ON THE PHILADELPHIA. 

Strictures | on the | Philadelphia | Mischianza or Triumph | upon 
,' • leaving | America Unconquered. | With | Extracts, containing the 

J -!-p/.. principal Part of a | Letter, published in the "American Crisis." | In 
■ I order to shew how far the King's Enemies think | his General de- 
serving of Public Honours. | N. B. A flattering Account of this 
Mischianza was pub- | lished in the Philadelphia Gazette, and copied 
into the | Morning Post the 13th of July last; and a larger one by | 
a still more flattering Panegyrist, may be found in the | Gentleman's 
Magazine for August last. | London: | Printed for J. Bezv, Pater- 
noster-row. I M.DCC.LXXix. I 8vo, pp. (4), 42. 

AAS., H., NYP. 92853 
Improved title of our no. 46925, vol. 11, entered under the author, Israel Mau- 
duit, which see for a note. 

Strictures | on the | Philadelphia | Mischianza or Triumph | upon 
leaving | America Unconquered. | With | Extracts, containing the 
Principal Part of a | Letter published in the American Crisis. | In 
order to shew, | How far the King's Enemies think his General | 
deserving the Public Honours. | N. B. A flattering Account of this 
Mischianza was pub- | lished in the Philadelphia Gazette, and copied 
into the | Morning Post of the 13th of July last; and a larger one | 
by a still more flattering Panegyrist, may be found in the | Gentle- 
man's Magazine for August last. | London Printed: \ Philadelphia, 
I Re-Printed by F. Bailey, in Market-Street. \ M.DCC.LXXX. | 8vo, 
pp. 22. C. 92854 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Strictures on the Proceedings of the General Assembly of the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of 1803-4: Relating to the State 
Judiciary . . , trial by jury . . . and one of the judges of the Supreme 
Court: To which are added Essays on the "Will of the People," &c. 
&c. &c. ... By a Citizen of Pennsylvania, [n. ^.] Printed for the 
author. 1804. 8vo, pp. 30, ( I ). C. 92855 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Strictures on the Rev. Mr. Thatcher's Pamphlet. See [Sullivan 
(James)]. 

Strictures | on the | Second Part | of the | Age of Reason. | 
George-Town [D. C.]: \ From the Press of \ Green, English, & 

Co. I M,DCC,XCVII. I I2mo, pp. 91. NYP. 92856 

In MS. on the title page of the nyp. copy: "By Bryan. Lord Fairfax." 

Strictures | on the | Slave Trade, | and their manner of treatment 
in the I West-India Islands: I In a Letter to I The Rieht Hon. 



STRICTURES ON THE SUBSTANCE. 133 

William Pitt, | In Opposition to the Exertions now making in the 
House of I Commons, for an Abolition thereof, by Mr. Wilberforce. 
I By a Gentleman, | Who resided more than Twenty Years in 
Jamaica. | . . . | London: \ Printed j or W . Richardson, at the Royal 
Exchange. \ M.DCC.xc. | 8vo, pp. (4), 40. H., Y. 92857 

Signed: Othello. 

Strictures on the Substance of a Sermon Preached at Baltimore. 
See [Wesley (Charles)]. 

Strictures upon the Conduct of the President of the Long Island 
Rail-Road Company. See note following no. 41899, vol. 10. H., 

T.W.STREETER. 

Strictures, upon the Constitutional Powers of the Congress and T\ - 
Courts of the Unted States, over the execution laws of the several / 
states in their application to the federal courts, by a Citizen of Ohio. ^ / > -> 
Cincinnati: Morgan, Lodge and Fishery Printers. 1 825. 8vo, pp. O/^/ 
17. c. 92858 



Strictures upon the Declaration of the Congress at Philadelphia. 
See [Hutchinson (Thomas)], no. 34087, vol. 9. c, H., minnhs., 
NYH., nyp. 

Reprinted in the "Remembrancer," part 3, 1777, pp. 25-42. aas., b., ba., c, h., 

NYP. 

Strictures, upon the Doctrine and Discipline of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church : or Methodism Exposed, and shown to be incon- 
sistent with itself and the word of God. In two parts, . . . Utica: 
Printed by Ira Merrell, l8l2. l2mo, pp. 60, 59-262. 

At end: "the Calvinist . . . subscribes . . . B. B." B., C, UTS., Y. 92859 

Strictures upon the Letter imputed to Mr. Jefferson. See Jeffer- 
son (T.), no. 35933, vol. 9. B., c, nyp. 

A MS. note by Wilberforce Eames in the nyp. copy notes that the typography of the 
work resembles that of McKean's Inaugural Address, printed by W. & R. Dickson at 
Lancaster, [1800], and which has an appended address by Tench Coxe and others. 

Signed, "Greene." By Tench Coxe. According to Johnston's "Contribution to a 
Bibliography of Thomas Jefferson" in the "Writings," vol. 20, 190S, p. 27, the c. 
copy, formerly Jefferson's, has the author's name supplied in Jefferson's hand. 

Jefferson's "letter . . . dated April 24, 1796, was written to Mr. Philip Mazzei, an 
Italian by birth, but who had been for a long time a resident of Virginia, and a 
neighbor and intimate friend of Jefferson's. Upon the reception of the letter by Mr. 
Mazzei, then in Florence, he, without permission, published a translation of it in the 
Florentine Gazette. It was translated into French, and printed in the Moniteur, the 
official paper of the French government. From thence it was translated into English. 
Naturally some changes from the original was the result of these translations. The 
letter created quite a stir at the time, and was severely commented upon by the Fed- 
eralist newspapers." See Tompkins' "Bibliotheca Jeffersoniana," 1887, no. 258. 

VOL. XXIV. 9 






134 STRICTURES UPON THE NARRATIVE. 

Strictures upon the Narrative of the Suppression, by Col. Burr, of 
Wood's History. See Burr (A.), no. 9431, vol. 3. heh., nyp. 

The title should read "Narrative of" instead of "Narrative by" as in the previous 
entry. The Narrative to which it was a reply was published anonymously by James 
Cheeth.im in 1802, not l8l2, as stated in our no. 12380, vol. 3. 

Strictures upon the Observations of a 'Member of Convention.' 
See New Hampshire, no. 52933, vol. 13. 

Strictures upon the second edition of a pamphlet recently pub- 
lished in Philadelphia, by the followers of Elias Hicks, entitled. The 
Sandy Foundation Shaken, &c. &c. Philadelfhia. 1825. 8vo, pp. 
32. UTS. 92860 

The Strife of Brothers: a Poem: in two parts. With Notes. . . . 
Nezv York: D. Affleton &? Co. 200 Broadway . Philadelfhia: 
GeorgeS. Affleton,li^^ Chesmit-st. mdcccxliv. [Verso of title:] 
New-York: John F. Trow ^ Co.^ Printersy No. 33 Ann-street. 

8vo, pp. 47. H. 92861 

Attributed to Bishop George Burgess in the "Memoir" by Alexander Burgess, 1869, 
P- 307- 

Strike but Hear! The Two General Assemblies Ought not to 
be United. It would be a Calamity! ! ! ^ri. f. 18 — } ] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Caption title. UTS. 92862 

Signed at the end: N. S. Presbyter. 

Strike but Hear me. See New Hampshire, no. 52934, vol. 13. 

"Strike but hear me." An appeal to the representatives of the 
people of the state of New-York, in relation to the proposed en- 
largement of the Erie Canal. [«./>.] 1836. 8vo, pp. 16. 

nyp. 92863 

Signed at the end: Oswego. Improved title of no. 22741, vol. 6. For a review, see 
no. 22766, vol. 6. NVP. 

A Strike for Civil Liberty, the Constitution, and the Rights of 
Man, exhibited in the conduct, letters, protests and addresses of a 
number of citizens, summoned to attend before a Committee of the 
House of Representatives, at the Borough of Harrisburg, appointed 
to investigate the Evils of Freemasonry, during the session of the 
General Assembly of Pennsylvania, 1835-36. Philadelphia: Pub- 
lished by Robert Drsilvrr, no. I ID Walnut Street. 1 836. 8vo, 

pp. (2), 5-26. HSP. 92864 

The Striking similitude between the Reign of Terror of the Elder 
Ad.ims and the Reign of Corruption of the Younger Adams. See 
Adams (J. Q.), no. 322, vol. i. c, heh., y. 



STRINGER (sAMUEl). I35 

[Stringer (Samuel)]. A View of Certain Proceedings in the 
Two Houses of the Legislature, respecting the Incorporation of the 
New State Bank, and other transactions therewith connected : with 
Occasional Reflections addressed to the Citizens of the State of 
New-York; more especially the Freeholders and other Electors of 
the Eastern and Western Districts. Albany : Printed for Daniel ^ 
Samuel Whiting. 1803. 8vo, pp. 24. B. 92865 

Signed on p. 17: "By order of the Albany Corresponding Committee. Samuel 
Stringer, Chairman. James Van Ingen, Secretary." 

The appendix, pp. 17—24, consists of documents relating to the matter. 
Improved title of no. 54002, vol. 13. 

Stringfellow (B[enjamin] F[ranklin]). Negro-Slavery, 
No Evil; or the North and the South. The EflFects of Negro- 
Slavery, as exhibited in the census, by a comparison of the condition 
of the slaveholding and non-slaveholding states. Considered in a 
Report made to the Platte County Self-Defensive Association, by a 
Committee, through B. F. Stringfellow, Chairman. . . . St. Louis, 
Printed by M. Niedner ^ Co., Corner of Third and Pine Streets. 

1854. 8vo, pp. 40. B., C, H., NYP. 92866 

Reprinted in the following title. 

Stringfellow. . . . Two Tracts for the Times. The one en- 
titled "Negro-Slavery, no Evil:" by B. F. Stringfellow, of Missouri. 
The other, an answer to the inquiry "Is it expedient to introduce 
Slavery into Kanzas?" By D. R. Goodloe, of North Carolina. Re- 
published by the N. E. Emigrant Aid Co. Boston: Alfred Mudge 
and Son, Printers, No. 21 School Street. 1855. 8vo,pp. 55. B., CU., 
H., M., NYP. -|- [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 56. 

AAS. C., CU., H., M., NYP. 92867 

With heading: "Information for the People." In the second issue, "Extracts from 
an article published in the Worcester Daily Spy," pp. 55—56, are added. 
Copies of either the first or second issue are located at bm. and whs. 
Improved title of that in note following no. 27864, vol. 7. 

Stringfellow (Thornton). A Brief Examination of Scrip- 
ture Testimony on the Institution of Slavery, in an essay, first pub- 
lished in the Religious Herald and republished by request: with 
remarks on a review of the essay. By Thornton Stringfellow. 
Richmond: Printed at the Office of the Religious Herald. 1 84 1. 

8vo, pp. 40. BA., BM., C, HEH., NYP. 92868 

Stringfellow. A Brief Examination of Scripture Testimony 
on the Institution of Slavery, in an Essay, first published in the Re- 
ligious Herald, and republished by request: with Remarks on a 



136 STRINGFELLOW. 

Letter of Elder Galusha, of New York, to Dr. R. Fuller, of South 
Carolina. By Thornton Stringfellow. Washington: Printed at 
the Congressional Globe Office. 1850. 8vo, cover title and pp. 32. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., HEH., NYP., UP., VA.STATE LIB., WHS. 

92869 

A letter from Stringfellow to a brother in Kentucky is added in this edition. 
For later editions, see the following title. 

Stringfellow. Scriptural and Statistical Views in Favor of 
Slavery, by Thornton Stringfellow, d.d. Fourth edition, with addi- 
tions. /. W. Randolph: 12 I Main Street, Richmond, Va. 1856. 
[Verso of title:] Clermnitty Printer. i2mo, pp. 149. B., c, cu., H., 

HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., PEAB., UTEX., VA.STATE LIB., WHS. 

For earlier editions of the "scriptural" view, see the preceding titles. ^' 9^"/^ 

Reprinted in E. N. Elliott's "Cotton is King," i860, pp. 459-546, with the title 

"The Bible Argument: or, Slavery in the Light of Divine Revelation." aas., c, 

NVP., UP., Y. 

Stringfellow. Slavery: Its Origin, Nature and History. Its 
Relations to Society, to Government, and to True Religion, — to 
Human Happiness and Divine Glory. Considered in the light of 
Bible teachings, moral justice, and political wisdom. By Rev. 
Thornton Stringfellow, d.d., of Culpeper County, Virginia. Alex- 
andria: Printed at the Virginia Sentinel Office, i860. 8vo, pp. 32. 

HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., P., UP., VA.STATE LIB., WHS., Y. 9287 I 
Reprinted, New York, 1861. aas., b., ba., c, cu., h., hsp., nyh., nyp., tjtex., 

VA.STATE LIB., WHS., Y. 

Stringfellow. Two Letters on Cases of Cure at Fauquier 
White Sulphur Springs; embracing, also, mineral waters in general. 
By Rev. T. Stringfellow. Washington: Printed at the Union 
Office. 1851. 8vo, cover title and pp. 16. aml., BM., c. 92872 

Strinc;field (Thomas). An Address to the People of Win- 
chester, by Thomas Stringfield, relative to his opposition to the 
Southwestern Theological Seminary . . . Huntsville [Ala..] -.Printed 
for the author by H. Adams. 1 821. l6mo, pp. 19. c. 92873 

Information as to imprint supplied by D. C. McMurtrie. 

Stringham (Joseph). . . . Address to the Republican Club of 
Buffalo. By Mr. Joseph Stringham. [Buffalo. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 

H' NYH. 92874 

C.nption title. Witli heading: "BufTalo Daily Republic Extra." On p. 14: "Elect 
John C. Fremont, President." 



STRIPED PIG. 137 

The Striped Pig. Vol. i. Monday, October i, 1838. No. i. 

[BostonF 1838.] 8vo, pp. (4). AAS., DEDHAM H.S. 92875 

Caption title. 

No other number has been located. 

Ridicules the "fifteen-gallon law" passed by the Massachusetts legislature. See 
also "The Striped Pig," in the "Hyde Park Historical Record," vol. 2, 1892, pp. 
44-53, for the incident at the Dedham muster from which the title is taken. 

Strobel (B. B.). An Essay on the subject of the Yellow Fever, 
intended to prove its Transmissibility. By B. B. Strobel, m.d. 
(Late Physician of the Charleston Marine Hospital.) . . . Charles- 
ton: Printed by Asa J. Mniry 73 East-Bay Street^ 1840. 8vo, pp. 
224. 3 folded plans. aml., c, nyp. 92876 

Of historical interest. 

Strobel (Martin). An Exposition of the Relationship existing 
between, Jacob Martin, formerly of South-Carolina, and Elizabeth 
Pennington, residing together in Philadelphia. Published from no 
other motive, than as a defence of his family in Charleston, from 
vile insinuations and base reports, on the part of the female, and 
intended to remove any false impressions she may have made, upon 
the community of Philadelphia. By Martin Strobel, of Charleston, 
S. C. [Charleston? 1825.] 8vo, pp. 12. hsp. 92877 

"To the Public" on verso of title dated, Charleston, S. C. April 9, 1825. 

Strobel. The Militia System of South-Carolina. See South 
Carolina, no. 87704, vol. 22. 

Strobel. A Report of the Trial of Michael & Martin Toohey, 
on an indictment for the Murder of James W. Gadsden, Esq. before 
the Honorable Abraham Nott, one of the Associate Justices of South- 
Carolina; at the Court of Sessions, held in Charleston, for January 
term, 18 19; containing the whole of the testimony and the speeches 
at length of William Lance, Benjamin F. Hunt, and William Crafts, 
Jun. Esquires, on behalf of the Accused, and Robert Y. Hayne, Esq. 
Attorney-General, on the part of the State; together with the 
Judge's Charge, &c. &c. By Martin Strobel, a member of the 
Charleston Bar. Charleston: Printed by A. E. Miller y loi, Queen- 
Street. March, 1819. 8vo, pp. (2), 162. ba. 92878 

Strobel (P[hilip] A.). The Salzburgers and Their Descend- 
ants: Being the History of a Colony of German (Lutheran) Prot- /j, 
estants, who emigrated to Georgia in 1 734, and settled at Ebcnezer, .^ 
twenty-five miles above the City of Savannah. By Rev. P. A. Strobel, h q 
of the South Carolina Synod, and Principal of the Female Institute, 



138 



STROBEL. 



Americus, Georgia. . . . Baltimore: Published by T. Neivton KurtXy 
No. 151 West Pratt Street. 1855. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped 
by L. Johnson & Co. Philadelphia. i2mo, pp. 308. Frontispiece 
portrait and plate. aas., b., ba., c, cu., de renne, h., heh., 

MINNHS., NYH., NYP., PEAB., UP., UTEX., WHS., Y. 92879 

For a note on the later life of the author, see Chambers's "Early Germans of New 
Jersey," 1895, pp. 222-223. 

Strobel. Sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. L. L. 
Bonnell, late a member of the Hartford Synod, of the Evangelical 
Lutheran Church in the State of N. Y., and Pastor of the English 
Lutheran Church, at Dansville, Livingston Co., N. Y., preached at 
Dansville, N. Y. On Thursday the 12th of May, 1859, ^Y the 
Rev. P. A. Strobel, Pastor of the Lutheran Church, Lockport, N. Y. 
Lockfort, N. Y. Richardson £sf Freeman, Printers, Main Street. 
1859. 8vo, pp. 18. Y. 92880 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Strock (Daniel) jr. Pictorial History of King Philip's War; 
comprising a full and minute account of all the massacres, battles, 
conflagrations, and other thrilling incidents of that tragic passage in 
American History. With an Introduction; containing an Account 
of the Indian Tribes, their Manners and Customs. By Daniel 
Strock, Jr. With 100 Engravings, from Original Designs, by W. 
Croome. Boston: Published by Horace Wentworth, 86 Wash- 
ington Street. 1 85 1. [Verso of title:] Philadelphia: Stereotyped 
by George Charles. No. 9 Sansom Street. 8vo, added wood en- 
graved title, and pp. 448, including illustrations. Frontispiece por- 
trait. AAS., B., NYH., NYP. + Hartford: Published by Case, Tiffany 
and Company. 185 I. [Same verso of title imprint and collation.] 
NYP. + [Same imprints and collation.] 1852. nyp., whs. -{-Bos- 
ton. 1853. 8vo, pp. 448. 92881 

Note of the 1853 edition from the Field Catalogue. Possibly this may be the copy, 
now at c, in which the last figure of the date has been erased and a pencilled "3" 
substituted. 

[Strong (Alexander)]. A Prospectus of the Quipola, or an 
Explanation of the Quipoes, now open for Public Opinion. London: 
Printed by J. Phair, 69 Great Peter Street, Westminstn-. 1 82 7. 
64mo, pp. 18. 92882 

Title from the "Westminster Review," vol. li, 1829, where the pamphlet is re- 
viewed, pp. 228-253. According to this article, a "ship-carpenter named Alexander 
Strong, in the employment of Messrs. Bennett and Hunt of Wapping, declares that 
in June 1823 he purchased the Quipos and box in question from the mate of a mer- 
chant-brig . . . and th.it he (Strong) was induced to purchase them, from an idea that 



STRONG (a. H.). 139 

... he might obtain both reputation and profit by explaining them." According to 
Locke's "Ancient Quipu," 1923, p. 75, the article in the Review was written by 
General T. Perronet Thompson. For a separate, see Thompson (T. P.), History of 
the Quipos, or Peruvian knot-records. LeClerc, no. 2413, and Palau, incorrectly at- 
tribute this separate from the "Westminster Review" to Strong. 
Locke, p. 66, states that Strong's specimen of quipu was spurious. 

[Strong (Alexander Hanson)]. An Oration delivered before 
the Corporation and faculty of Williams' College, at the Adelphic 
Union Exhibition, July 15, 1835. Together with the valedictory 
address to the Adelphic Union Society. Troy: Kemhlc i^ Hoofer y 
Printers, No. 8 State-Street. 1 835. 8vo, pp. II. Y. + By Alex- 
ander H. Strong. Second edition, [n. p.] 1843. i2mo, pp. 12. 
AAS., H., M., + From the Second Edition. 1843. ["•/*• «• '^•l 
8vo, cover title, and pp. 5—12. B. 92883 

Title of the first edition supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Strong (Caleb). Offset to Mr. Adams's Letter! ! ^ ^^ Gov- 
ernor Strong's Opinion of Mr. Gore, -si ^ The respectable 
Federalists of the County of Hampshire, indignant at the base and 
infamous practices which have been resorted to by their unprincipled 
Democrats, for the purpose of calumniating the character of Mr. 
Gore, have addressed a letter to the late Governor Strong, requesting 
his opinion, as to the truth or falsehood of these reports. . . . [North- 
ampton. 1809.] Narrow folio broadside. aas. 92884 

Contains the letter signed by Ebenezer Hunt, Benjamin Tappan, and Joseph 
Lyman, and Caleb Strong's Answer, both dated, March 27, 1809. 

Also: A Set-off to Mr. Strong's Off -set to Mr. Adams's Letter ! ! ! May it please 
your Excellency — It is not surprising to those who have been acquainted with you 
for more than twenty years, to see your answer to the self-named "Respectable Fed- 
eralists of the County of Hampshire." . . . [Signed and dated:] A Defrauded Soldier. 
Northampton, March 29, 1809. [Northampton? 1809.] Folio broadside, aas. 

Strong. Patriotism and Piety. The Speeches of His Excellency 
Caleb Strong, Esq. to the Senate and House of Representatives of 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; with their Answers; and 
other Official Publick Papers of His Excellency, from i8oo to 
1807. Newbury porty Printed by Edmund M. Blunt. 1 808. 8vo, 
pp. 202. Frontispiece portrait, aas., b., ba., bm., cu., h., heh., 

HSP., JCB., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 92885 

Strong. The Speech of His Excellency Governor Strong, de- 
livered before the Legislature of Massachusetts, October i6, 1812. 
With the Documents, which accompanied the same. Printed by 
order of the House of Representatives. Boston: Printed by Russell 
and Cutler. i8i2. 8vo, pp. 36. aas., nyp. + To which is added, 



140 STRONG ( CYPRIAN ). 

The Answer of the House of Representatives. Published by order, 
&c. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 40. hsp., nyh. 92886 

Copies of either the first or second issue listed are located at ba., cu., h., and m. 

Improved entry of our no. 46129, vol. 11. 

Concerning Strong's campaign for governor in l8o6, see "An Appeal to the Old 
Whigs of Massachusetts," no. 45638, vol. 11, aas., ba., nvp.; Josiah Quincy's anon- 
ymous "Answer to the Questions," no. 67206, vol. 16, aas., bm., h., hsp., m., nyh., 
NVP.; and "Who shall be Governor, Strong or Sullivan?" 

An "Address to the Free and Independent People of Massachusetts," no. 45596, 
vol. II, relates to the campaign of 1812. aas., b.a., nyp. 

For "Remarks on the Governor's Speech," see [Everett (A. H.)], no. 23236, vol. 
6. BA., c, M. This was answered by J. Lowell in "Governor Strong's Calumniator 
Reproved," no. 42448, vol. 10. aas., ba., bm., m., nyp. 

Also: Memoir of the Hon. Caleb Strong, ll.d., Governor of Massachusetts. 
(Originally published in the American Quarterly Register.) [Boston. 1840.] 8vo, 
pp. 12. Frontispiece portrait, aas., m. A separate from the "American Quarterly 
Register," vol. 12, 1840, pp. 9-20. 

See also, Massachusetts, no. 45960, vol. 11, aas., nyh.; the Strong Fast, below; 
and [Whelpley (Samuel)], Letters addressed to Caleb Strong. 

Strong (Cyprian). Animadversions | on I "The Substance of 
Two Sermons, | preached at Stepney, by John | Lewis, a.m. Pastor 
of the I Church in that Parish;" entitled, | "Christian Forbearance 
in weak | Consciences, a Duty of the Gos- | pel." | By Cyprian 
Strong, A.M. I Pastor of the first Church in Chatham. | . . . | Hart- 
ford: I Printed by Hudson and Good-win. | m.dcc.lxxxix. | 8vo, 

pp. 56. AAS., C, H., JCB., UTS., Y. 92887 

Strong. Animadversions [ on | "The Substance of two Ser- 
mons, I "preached at Stepney, by John Lewis, | "a.m. Pastor of the 
Church in that | "Parish;" entitled, | "Christian Forbearance to 
weak I "Consciences, a Duty of the Gospel." By Cyprian Strong, 
A.M. I Pastor of the first Church in Chatham. | • • • [ From the 
Press of Elijah Russell, Concord. | MDCCxcill. | 8vo, pp. 56. 

AAS., B., BA., C, JCB. 92888 

Strong. The Christian System the only source of true peace. | 
A I Sermon, | preached at the | Installation, | of the | Rev. Elijah 
Gridley, | to the | pastoral Office, | in the | Church, | in | Granby, 
Massachusetts. | May 31, 1797. | ... | Hartford: \ Printed by 
Hudson &' Goodwin. \ M,DCC,XCVIII. | 8vo, pp. 26. JCB. 92889 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Qiiinn. 

Strong. A | Discourse, | Delivered at | Hebron, | at the Cele- 
bration of the I Anniversary of | American Independence, | July 4th, 
1799. I By Cyprian Strong, a.m. | Pastor of the First Church in 
Chatham. | Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. \ 1799. | 
8vo,pp. 18. aas., c, Y. 92890 



STRONG (cYPRIAn). I4I 

Strong. A | Discourse | on | Acts II. 42. | In which the Prac- 
tice of Owning | the Covenant, is particularly exa- | mined, | First. 
Whether it be a- [ greable to the Prac- | tice of the Apos- |tles. | 
Secondly. Whether it be | Scriptural and | ought to be Tole- | 
rated. | Also, | The various Things which have been urged in 
fa- I vour of the Practice, are particularly | considered; and the 
Reasons for its Exclusion | exhibited. | By Cyprian Strong, m.a. | 
Pastor of the first Church in Chatham. | . . • | Hartjord: Printed 
by Hudson and Goodwin. | m.dcc.lxxx. | 8vo, pp. 46. 

CHS., NYH., UTS., Y. 9289 I 

Strong. A | Discourse | on | Acts ii. 42. | In which the Practice 
of owning the Covenant | is examined: — The Arguments which 
have been | used in its Favour are particularly considered: and I 
Reasons offered for its Abolition. | By Cyprian Strong, a.m. 
Pastor of the first Church in Chatham. | . . . | The Second Edition. | 
Hartjord: | Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. | m.dcc.xci. | Svo, 

pp. 56. AAS., B., BM., C, H., JCB., UTS., Y. 92892 

Strong. God's care of the New-England colonies; — His | 
reasonable demands of them ; — the fruits they | have produced ; — 
and what they have now | reason to fear and expect, from his 
righteous | dispensations, illustrated and improved: | in a | Sermon, | 
Delivered in the first Society of | Chatham, | on a Day of | Fasting 
and Prayer. | And now published at the Request of a Number of | 
the Hearers. [ By Cyprian Strong, a.m. | Pastor of the first Church 
of Christ, in said Chatham. | . . . | Hartjord: | Printed by Eben. 
Watson, near the Great-Bridge. \ [177—?] Svo, pp. 31. 

C, CHS., H., NYH., UTS. 92893 

On p. 21 : "The unhappy and unnatural controversy now subsisting betwixt Great- 
Britain and the colonies, is in its own nature, (if pursued) pregnant with ruin to 
both." Trumbull notes that the conflict had not yet at the date of delivery resulted 
in the "horrors of a civil war," and suggests the date, 1774, partly because the popu- 
lation of Connecticut is given from the Census of 177+. 

Strong. An | Inquiry; | wherein, | The End and Design of 
Baptism — The Qual- | ifications for it — The Extent of its 
adminis- | tration — The Advantages arising from it — The | 
Standing of baptized Children — Whether Bap- | tism in infancy 
do entitle to Church Privi- | leges in adult years — And the Dis- 
cipline I which the Church is to exercise, relative to | baptized Chil- 
dren, are particularly consider- | ed and illustrated. | By Cyprian 
Strong, a.m. I Pastor of the first Church in Chatham. I ... I 



142 STRONG (cYPRIAn). 

Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. | M.DCC.xcill. | 8vo, 

pp. I 03. AAS., BA., BM., C, CHS., H., HSP., JCB., NYP., UTS., Y. 92894 

For a "Second Inquiry," see below. 

Strong. The Kingdom is the Lord's. | A | Sermon, | preached 
at I Hartford, | on the day of the | Anniversary Election, | May 9, 

1799. I By Cyprian Strong, a.m. | Pastor of the First Church in 
Chatham. | Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. | 1799. | 

Svo, pp. 46. BA., BM., JCB., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 92895 

Strong. The Nature and Design | Of the Evangelical Ministry I 
considered: | And the Importance of Fidelity in it, | illustrated: [ 
In a Discourse Preached at the | Ordination | of the | Rev. Samuel 
Shepard, | To the Pastoral Office over the | Church in Lenox: | 
April 30th, A.D. 1795. I By Cyprian Strong, a.m. | Pastor of the 
first Church in Chatham. | Stockbridge: \ Printed by Loring An- 
drews. I 1795. I 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., BM., BU., C, CHS., HEH., JCB., NYH., UTS, Y. 92896 

Strong. A | Second Inquiry, | into | the Nature and Design | 
of I Christian Baptism. | Intended as a Vindication and further Illus- 
tration, of I the Sentiments advanced in a former Inquiry, on | the 
same subject. | By Cyprian Strong, a.m. | Pastor of the first Church 
in Chatham. | Hartford: | Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. \ 
1796. I 8vo, pp. 117, errata (i). 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CHS., H., JCB., NYP., UTS., Y. 92897 
For the first inquiry, see An Inquiry, above. 

Strong. A | Sermon, | Delivered at the | Ordination | of the | 
Rev. Mr. Zephaniah H. Smith, | To the Pastoral Office over the 
first Church | in Newtown. | March 9th, 1786. | By Cyprian 
Strong, A.M. I ... I Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, j 

M.DCC.LXXXVI. I 8vo, pp. 28. JCB., UTS. 92898 

Strong. Sermon on the death of Mrs. Ruth Sage. 1793. 92899 

Title from a catalogue card for a copy at nvh., not now available. 

Strong. Sermon, preached at Chatham, at the request of St. 
John's Lodge, No. II. in Middletown, on the celebration of the 
Festival of St. John the Baptist. Middletown: Tertius Dunning. 

1800. 8vo, pp. 20. 92900 

Title from Trumbull. 

Strong. A Sermon, preached at Hartford, before the Board of 
Trustees, of the Missionary Society, in Connecticut. At the Ordi- 



STRONG (eDWARd). 1 43 

nation, of the Rev. Jedediah Bushnell, as a Missionary to the New 
Settlements; January 15th, a.d. 1 800. By Cyprian Strong, a.m. 
... Hartford: Printed by Hudson arid Goodwin. 1800. Svo, 

pp. 19. AAS., BA., BM., C, HEH., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., 

WHS., Y. 92901 

Strong (Edward). An Address at the Funeral of Deacon 
Anson Moody, February 14, 1855, by Edward Strong, Pastor of 
the College Street Church, New Haven. . , . New Haven: T. J. 
Stafford, Printer. 1855. Svo, pp. 19. BA., Y. 92902 

Of biographical interest. 

Strong. The duty of a Christian citizen in the present crisis of 
our country. A Discourse delivered in the College Street Church, 
New Haven, on Sabbath morning, December 9, i860, and re- 
peated in the same place Sabbath evening, Dec. 23, i860. By Ed- 
ward Strong, . . . New Haven: Published by S. H. Elliot. J. H. 
Benham, Printer, i860. 8vo, pp. 15. BA., M., UTS., Y. 92903 

[Strong (George Augustus) ] . The Song of Milgenwater. See 
Henderson (M. A.), pseud., no. 31325, vol. 8. First edition, aas., 
BA., c, H., NYP., UTEx. ; Second edition, aas., b., bu., c, h., 

NYH., NYP., UTEX., Y. 

A third edition was published in Albany in 1883. 

[Strong (George Crockett)]. Cadet Life at West Point. By 
an Officer of the United States Army. With a descriptive sketch of 
West Point, by Benson J. Lossing. Boston: Published by T. O. 
H. P. Burnham. 1862. [Verso of title:] Riverside, Cambridge: 
Stereotyped and Printed by H. O. Houghton. l2mo, pp. xvii, verso 
blank, (2), 9—367. Frontispiece. 

AAS., B., BA., C, NYP., UP. US.BUR.EDUC. 929O4 

Above title included because of cross reference from title, though of a later period 
than that now covered by this Dictionary. 

Strong (George V.). Francis Herbert, a Romance of the 
Revolution, and other poems. By George V. Strong. New-York: 
Printed by Leavitt, Trozv ^ Co., 33 Ann-street. 1 847. l6mo, 
pp. 100, slip of errata pasted on recto of front fly leaf. 

NYH., UTEX. 92905 

[Strong (Harvey)]. To the Public. [New York. 1818.] 
8vo, pp. 8. NYH. 92906 

Caption title. Beginning of text: "I deem it my duty to lay before the public a 



144 STRONG (henry K.). 

detail of the particulars of a base attack on my person, by Mr. Henry Brevoort, jun. 
of this city." 

Signed on p. 4: "Harvey Strong. New York, October 5." Dated at end: "October 
10, 1818." 

Strong (Henry K[ing]), b. 1798, d. i860. The Fall of Itur- 
bide or, Mexico Delivered. A Tragedy, in five acts. By Henry K. 
Strong, A.B. Preceptor of the Pittsfield Academy. . . . Pitts field: 
Printed by Phinehas Allen — 1823. 1 2 mo, pp. 38. aas., y. 92907 

Strong. Geological Report on the Dauphin and Susquehanna 
Coal Company's Mineral Lands. See Roberts (W. F.), and 
Strong (H. K.). no. 7 1 93 1, vol. 17. c, nyp., p. 

Strong. An Oration, delivered at the request of the Committee 
of Arrangements, at Pittsfield, on the Anniversary of American 
Independence. July 4, 1825. By Henry K. Strong. Pittsfield: 
Printed by Phinehas Allen — July^ 1825. 8vo, pp. 20. aas. 92908 

Strong. The Railroad Policy of Pennsylvania. [Han-isburgF 

1853.] 8vo, pp. 15. BUREAU RAIL. ECON. 92909 

"Extracts from his remarks in the House of representatives of Pennsylvania, March 
9, 1853, on the message of Governor Bigler, returning the bill, without his approval, 
allowing the Lancaster, Lebanon and Pine Grove railroad company to extend its 
road to the city of Philadelphia." — c. 

Strong. Report to the Legislature of Pennsylvania, containing 
a description of the Swatara mining district, illustrated by diagrams. 
Henry K. Strong, chairman. Presented by Mr. M'Elwee, and 
printed by order of the House of Representatives. Harrisburg: 
Printed by Boas &' Coflan. 1 839. 8vo, pp. 6 1. 8 plates and folded 
map. C, H., WHS. 92910 

"Report of 'the committee appointed by a convention of delegates, which assembled 
at Harrisburg, from several counties of the commonwealth.' " — c. 

Strong. Report upon the Huntingdon and Broad Top Rail 
Road and Coal Company's coal lands. By W. F. Roberts and H. K. 
Strong, geologists. Philadelphia: J. C. Clark, printer. 1 853. 8vo, 
pp. 16. Folded map. burean rail.econ., minnhs. 9291 1 

[Strong]. Somerset, Pa., Coal and Iron Co. Geological Re- 
ports ...[«. />. 1856.] 92912 

Title from a list of uncatalogucd material at c. not now available. 

The abi)\e, though of a later period than that now covered by this Dictionary, is 
included because of a cross reference from title. 

The reports were by Henry K. Strong, according to information supplied by Ernest 
Klctsch. Although our author had a son of the same name, born in 1827, it seems 
probable that this was a posthumous publication of reports by the father. On p. 5 of 



strong(henry n.). 145 

a prospectus of the Somerset Coal and Iron Company, 1864, a geological report made 
by Strong in 1855 is mentioned. 

For a biographical sketch, see Dwight's "History of the Descendants of Elder John 
Strong," vol. 2, 1871, pp. 1355-1 >56. 

Strong was the author of the "History of the town of Pittsfield," which forms pp. 
362—380 of the "History of the County of Berkshire, Massachusetts," edited by D. D. 

Field, 1829. AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., NYP. 

Strong (Henry N.). An address delivered at the first session 
of the Teachers' Institute, held at the State Normal School, at 
Ypsilanti, October 13, 1852. By Rev. Henry N. Strong, rector of 
Trinity Church, Marshall, Michigan. Detroit: Free Press Book 
and Job Office frint. 1852. 8vo, pp. 24. WHS. 92913 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Strong. A Sermon preached on the death of the Honorable 
Isaac E. Crary, from Ecclesiastes iii. 4 — "A Time to Weep." By 
the Rev. Henry N. Strong . . . May 9, a.d. 1854. Detroit: Free 
Press Book and Job Office Print. 1854. 8vo,pp. 16. nyh. 92914 

Deals in part with the public life of Crary, a representative from Michigan, who 
was important in the founding of the public school system and of the State University 
of that state. 

Strong (J. D.). 5^^ Strong (J[oseph] D[wight]). 

Strong (James), b. 1768, d. 1839. A Geographical Chart of 
the American Federal Republic. Or, A Comprehensive View of 
the most interesting particulars relative to the Geography, &c. of the 
United States of North America. [At foot of sheet:] (Walfole, 
N, H. — Printed at the Press of Thomas and Thomas, by Geo. W. 
Nichols,) (By James Strong, Hartford, Vt.) (Copy Right secured.) 
[180—?] Large folio broadside. aas., b., h. 92915 

Nichols is recorded as printing in Walpole from 1804—1809. 

Dates of birth and death of the compiler supplied from B. W. Dwight's "History 
of the Descendants of Elder John Strong," vol. 2, 1871, p. 846. 

Strong (James), b. 1783, d. 1847. ^" Address on the Neces- 
sity of Education and the Arts in a Repubhcan Government. De- 
livered before the Phi Sigma Nu Society of the University of Ver- 
mont, at Burlington, August 7th, a.d. 1827. By James Strong. 
Printed for the Society. Burlington. Printed at the Free Press 
Office. 1827. 8vo, pp. 24. AAS., H. 92916 

Strong. An Eulogium, pronounced by the Hon. James Strong, 
at Hudson, N. Y., upon the late Lieut. Com. Allen, of the U. S. 
Navy, who was killed in an engagement between the U. S. Schooner 
Alligator, and Three Piratical Vessels, off Matanzas. Neiv York: 



146 STRONG (jAMEs). 

Published by W. Grattariy 8, Thomas-St. and T. Longworthy 84, 
Maiden Lane. 1822. 8vo, pp. 15. HSP. 92917 

Strong. An Oration, delivered before the Washington Benevo- 
lent Society of the County of Columbia, at the Court-House in the 
cit)' of Hudson, February 22d, 181 1 — being the Birth Day of the 
Immortal Washington. (With notes, &c.) By James Strong, At- 
torney at Law. . . . Hudson: Printed by F. Stebbins. 18 1 1. 8vo, 

pp.24. AAS., NYH. 92918 

Strong. Speech of Mr. James Strong, of New-York, on the 
Tariff Bill; delivered in the House of Representatives of the United 
States, April 3, 1824. [Colophon:] Printed at the Columbian 
Office. [Washington. 1824.] 8vo,pp. 16. aas., cu., hsp. 92919 

Caption title. 

Strong. Speech of Mr. Strong, of New York, on the bill to 
amend the Navigation Laws of the United States. Dehvered in the 
House of Representatives, May 11 and 13, 1830. Washington: 
Printed b\ Gales tff Seaton. 1830. l2mo, pp. 24. B., Y. 92920 

Strong (James), b. 1822, d. 1894. Freedom of Thought, the 
True Mean. An Address delivered before the Philomathean So- 
ciety of Troy Conference Academy, West Poultney, Vt., on the 
Evening of July 15, 1851. By James Strong, a.m., formerly 
Teacher of Languages in that Institution. New York: John F. 
Trozv, Printer, 49 Ann St. 185 I. 8vo, pp. 31. BM. 9292 1 

Title from Gilman. 

Strong. Scholastic Education and Biblical Interpretation. An 
Inaugural Address, at the opening of the Troy University, Septem- 
ber 9, 1858. By James Strong, s.t.d., Vice President and Professor 
of Biblical Literature in the Troy University. Troy, N'. Y.: Wil- 
liam H. Young, 216 River Str-eet. 1859. 8vo, pp. 34. GTS. 92922 

Strong (Jonathan). A Discourse, delivered in the North 
Meeting-House in Bridgewater, at the funeral of Doctor Ziba Bass, 
September 25, 1 804. By Jonathan Strong, a.m. Pastor of the 
Church in Randolph, Massachusetts. Randolph: (Ver.) Printed by 
Serrno Wright. 1805. 8vo, pp. 1 6. BM., C, UTS. 92923 

Strong. An Oration, pronounced July 4, 18 10, at the request 
of the inhabitants of the Town of Randolph, in Commemoration of 
the Anniversary of American Independence. By Jonathan Strong, 
A.M. Dcdham; Printed by Herman Mann, August — 1 8 10. 8vo, 

PP- 25. AAS., C, NVH., UTS. 92924 



STRONG (Jonathan). 147 

Strong. A Sermon, delivered at Plymouth, December 2 2, 1803, 
at the Anniversary Commemoration of the First Landing of our 
Ancestors at that place. By Jonathan Strong . . . Boston: Printed 
by E. Lincoln, Water-Street. 1 804. 8vo, pp. 26. aas., nyh. 92925 

Strong. A | Sermon, | Delivered at the | Ordination | of the | 
Rev. Levi White, | to the Pastoral Care of the Church in | San- 
dersfield; | June 28th, 1798. | By Jonathan Strong, a.m. | Pastor 
of the Church in Randolph. | Hartford: \ Printed by \ Hudson ^ 
Goodivin. 1798. I 8vo, pp. 31. 

AAS., B., BM., C, HEH., JCB., UTS., Y. 92926 

Strong. A Sermon, delivered October 27th, 18 13, at the Dedi- 
cation of the Meeting-House in the Third Society, Abington. By 
Jonathan Strong . . . Boston: Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 
No. 50, Cornhill. 18 13. 8vo, pp. 24. 

AAS., BA., BM., UTS., WHS. 92927 

Strong. A j Sermon | delivered | on the Day of | Annual 
Thanksgiving, | November 19, 1795. | By Jonathan Strong, a.m. | 
pastor of the Church in Randolph. | Published by desire of the 
Hearers, | Boston: \ Printed by Young and Minns. | [1795?] 8vo, 

pp. 27. AAS., BA., BM., C, H., HEH., JCB., M., NYH., UTS., Y. 92928 

Strong. A Sermon, preached before the Massachusetts Mis- 
sionary Society, at their Annual Meeting in Boston, May 24, 1808. 
By Jonathan Strong . , . Boston: Printed by Joshua Gushing, No. 
79, State Street. 1808. 8vo, pp. (2), 34. 

AAS., B., BA., NYH., UTS. 92929 

Sprague notes that Strong contributed to several periodicals, especially the 
"Pancplist." 

Strong (Joseph), b. 1728/9, d. 1803. The | Church of Christ 
one, I and for Substance the same under the | New Testament as 
under the Old, | clearly Demonstrated: | and | Thence the Church- 
Membership and Baptism | of Christian infants Scripturally | Vin- 
dicated and Firmly Established. | By Joseph Strong, a.m. Pastor 
of I the Church in Williamsburgh. | . • . | Norwich: \ Printed by 
John Trumbull, m,dcc,lxxxiii. | 8vo, pp. 28, 26. 

AAS., c, M., Y. 92930 

Half title: Demonstration of the Duty and | Importance of | Infant Baptlsem, | 
To the full Satisfaction of the | Candid and Impartial. | By appointment of a 
Learned Body. | . . . 

The second part has separate title page as follows: An j Address | to his | 



148 STRONG (JOSEPH ). 

Anabaptist Brethren. | By Joseph Huntington, d.d. | ... | Norwich: Printed by 
John Trumbull, 1783. | 

The signatures are continuous through the two works. 

Elicited: The | Two Covenants | Fairly described: | or, | Believers Baptism 
vindicated: | In answer to the Rev. Joseph Strong, a.m. | And the Rev. Joseph 
Huntington, d.d. | In their Book, intituled, | "Demonstration of the Duty and 
Import- I ance of Infant Baptism:" | In a Letter. | With an Address to each of those 
Gen- I tlemcn. | By Z. P. | . . . | New-London: \ Printed in the Year m,dcc,lxx,xiv | 
i6mo, pp. 16. Signed at the end: "Zaphnath Paaneah." nyp. 

Author's dates of birth and death supplied from Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 2, 
pp. 221-224. 

Strong. The Duty of Singing considered as a ne- j cessary and 
useful Part of Christian | Worship; | Illustrated and Inforced, in 
a I Sermon, | Delivered at a | Singing-Lecture, | In a Parish in 
Simsbury, | March i8, 1773. | On Occasion of introducing regular 
Singing into pub- | lie Use in the Worship of God there. | By Joseph 
Strong, v.D.M. I Published at the Request of the Hearers. | . . . 
New-Havc7i: | Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. | [ 1773*] 
i2mo, pp. 28. AAS. 92931 

Strong. The Importance of duly receiving and | hearing the 
ministers of Christ, and the | sin and danger of neglecting it, | Con- 
sidered, I in a I Discourse, | Occasioned by the | Death | of the 
Reverend | Gideon Mills, | Late Pastor of the Church of Christ in 
West Simsbury; | And delivered at his mournful Interment, | The 
fifth of August, 1772. I By Joseph Strong, a.m. | ... | Netv- 
Haven: | Printed by T. and S. Green^ \ [1772.] l2mo, pp. 33. 

AAS., JCB., M. 92932 

Strong. The Office of the Ministers of | Christ, Viewed as 
Workers to- | gether with Him: | Illustrated, | in | A Sermon | 
Delivered at the Ordination | of | The Rev. Alexander Gillet, | To 
the Work of the Gospel Ministry, and Pastoral | Office at Farming- 
bury, the 29th December, 1773. | By Joseph Strong, a.m. | Pastor 
of a Church of Christ in Simsbury. | . . . | New-Haven: \ Printed 
by Thom-as and Samuel Green, | m,dcc,lxxv. | 8vo, pp. 27. 

AAS., CHS., H., JCB., UTS., Y. 92933 

Strong. That Presbyterian Ministers may justly | challenge 
ministerial Regard, assert- | ed and proved. Also, | The relative 
Duties of Ministers and | People, very briefly consi- | dered and 
enforced: | in a | Sermon, | Delivered at Hartland, | The 29th of 
June, 1768. I Previous to the Ordination | of the Reverend | Star- 
ling Graves, | To the Work of the Gospel Ministry there. | By 
Joseph Strong, a.m. I Pastor of a Church in Simsbury. I Published 



STRONG (JOSEPH ). 149 

at the Desire and Cost of some of the Hearers, | and Others; with 
some Enlargements. | . • • | Hartjord: I Printed by Green ^ Wat- 
son, opposite the Court House. 1 768. j 8\'0, pp. 55. 

The H. copy lacks all after p. 16. CHS,, H.(aND.), Y. 92934 

Strong (Joseph), b. 1753, ^. 1834. A | Sermon, | dehVered at 
the Funeral of | His Excellency | Samuel Huntington, | Governor 
of the State of Connecticut; ) Who died January 5th, 1 796. | By 
Joseph Strong, | Pastor of the first Church in Norwich. | Hartjord: \ 
Printed by Hudso7i and Goodwin. \ m.dcc.xcvi. | 8vo, pp. 19. 

AAS., C, H., HEH., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 92935 

Strong. A Sermon, preached at Norwich, on hearing of the 
Death of General George Washington, who died December 14th, 
1799. ^tat. 68. By Joseph Strong . , . Norzuich: Printed by John 
Trumbull. 1800. 8vo, pp. 17. 

AAS., C, H., HEH., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 92936 

Strong. A Sermon, preached on the General Election at Hart- 
ford in Connecticut, May 13, 1802. By Joseph Strong . . . Hart- 
jord: Printed by Hudson &' Goodwin. 1 802. 8vo, pp. 26. 

AAS., B., BA., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 92937 

Strong. Sermons preached March 23, a.d. 1828, on the Com- 
pletion of the Fiftieth Year of the Author's Ministry. By Joseph 
Strong, D.D. Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Norwich, 
Conn. Norwich: Printed by J. Dunham. 1828. 8vo, pp. 26. 
AAS., B., H., HEH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. + Second Edition. [Same 
imprint, date and collation.] nyh. 92938 

Strong (J[oseph] D[wight]). A Plea against Duelling. A 
Discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, at Oakland, 
California, Sunday, September 25th, 1859. By Rev. J. D. Strong. 
. . . San Francisco: Tozvne ^ Bacon, Printers, Excelsior Book and 
Job Office, no. 125 Clay Street, corner oj Sansome. 1 859. 8vo, 
pp. 16. B.,Y. 92939 

Author's full name supplied from B. W. Dwight's "History of the Descendants of 
Elder John Strong," vol. i, 1871, p. 412. 

Also: The Nation's Sorrow. A Discourse on the Death of Abraham Lincoln. 
San Francisco, 1865. b., c. 

Strong (Leonard), agent jor the -people oj Providence, Md. 
Babylon's Fall | in Maryland : | A fair [ Warning | to Lord Balta- 
more. | Or, a | Relation | Of an Assault made by divers Papists, | 
and Popish Ofl!icers of the Lord Balta- | more's against the Prot- 

VOL. XXIV. 10 



150 STRONG ( Leonard). 

estants in Maryland; | to whom God gave a great Victory a- | gainst 
a greater force of Souldiers and armed | Men, who came to destroy 
them. I Pubh'shed by Leonard Strong, Agent for the | people of 
Providence in Mary- | land. | [Londofi.^ Printed for the Author, 
1655. I 4^^' PP- (2)) II) postscript (2). A-B in fours. 

BA., BM., HEH. 9294O 

Title from a facsimile reproduction in the Church Catalogue. 

Written by one of the leaders among the Puritan group in Maryland. 

Elicited Langford's "A just and cleere Refutation of a false and scandalous Pam- 
phlet," 1655, our no. 38886, vol. 10. 

Both pamphlets are reprinted in the "Maryland Historical Magazine," vol. 3, 
1908, pp. 228—240, and vol. 4, 1909, pp. 42-64; and in Hall's "... Narratives of 
early Maryland," 19 10, pp. 231—275. 

Strong (Leonard), missionary of the S. P. G. to British Guiana. 
Gospel Reminiscences in the West Indies. A brief and simple record 
of the Lord's gracious work among the Indians of British Guiana, 
by his servant John Meyer, during four years and a half. By 
Leonard Strong . . . London: J. B. Bateman. [1848?] 24mo, 
pp. 106. BM., C. 92941 

Strong. Gospel Reminiscences in the West Indies. — The 
Triumph of Grace. Second Edition. London. [1850:] l6mo. 

BM. 92942 

Strong. Gospel Reminiscences in the West Indies. By Leonard 
Strong . . . Bath [frinied] London: Nisbet and Co. ... [185 I.] 
i8mo, pp. (160). Frontispiece, bm., c. + New Edition. [Same 
imprint.] 1852. i8mo, pp. 116. 92943 

"Contents. — Labours of John Meyer in British Guiana. — Old Narquois, the negro 
driver. — The condemned negro." — c. 

Title of the 1852 edition from the "Publishers' Circular" for November 15, 1852, 
no.4SSi. 

Strong. Letter from Rev. L. Strong. 1838. 92944 

Also: Answer to Letter from Rev. L. Strong. 1839. 

Titles from Cundall's "Bibliography of the West Indies," 1909, nos. 15 29b and 
iS3ia. 

Strong (Marshall M.). A Review of the Racine and Mississippi 
Rail Road Project. By Marshall M. Strong, a Director. Racine: 
Printed at the Job Office of Hulett &' Harrison. 1 856. 8vo, pp. 1 9. 

AAS., b. 92945 

Strong. Speech of Marshall M. Strong, in the Council, Febru- 
ary 5th, 1847, ^^" ^'^^' '^'^1 providing for another convention, in case 
the Constitution should be rejected. Madison: Printed by S. Mills 

& Co. 1847. 8vo, pp. 8 + . B., BM. 92946 



STRONG ( MOSES M.). I5I 

Strong (Moses M[cCure] ). Appeal of Moses M. Strong, from 

the Legislature to the people. [MadisonF 1858.] 8vo, pp. 6. 

Caption title. WHS. 92947 

Dated at end: April 26, 1858. 

Strong's defense, when accused of contempt of the Assembly, addressed to the 
people of Wisconsin. 

Information supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Strong, comp. A Compilation of the several Acts of the Legis- 
lature of Wisconsin, affecting the La Crosse & Milwaukee R.R. 
Company. 1856. See La Crosse, no. 38508, vol. 10. B., BM., 

BUREAU RAIL.ECON., CU., MINNHS., NYP., Y. 

Our previous entry listed two issues of this date, with pp. 105 and 107 respec- 
tively. Collation of the bureau rail.econ., cu. and nyp. copies, 8vo, pp. v, verso 
blank, 5-155. 

Strong. The land grant investigation. Petition of Moses M. 
Strong. \_Madison? 1858.] 8vo, pp. 4. whs. 92948 

Caption title. 

Addressed to the Legislature of Wisconsin. 

At end: "Dated in the common jail of the County of Dane, at Madison, this zzd 
day of March, A. D. 1858, at 7 o'clock P. M." 
Information supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Strong. Remarks of Hon. M. Strong, on Banks and Railroad 
Bonds, made in the Capitol, April 12, 1852 . . . Milwaukee: Daily 
Sentinel Stea?n Power Press Print. 1852. 8vo, pp. 21. 

BUREAU RAIL.ECON., WHS. 92949 

Strong. Speech of Hon. Moses M. Strong, of Iowa County, on 
the Governor's Message; delivered in Council, Dec. i8, 1841. 
\_Madison? 1841.''] 8vo, pp. 14. C, whs. 92950 

Caption title. 

Also: History of the Territory of Wisconsin, from 1836 to 1848, Madison, 1885, 
AAS., c, cu., NYP., PEAB. — Territorial Legislation in Wisconsin. Annual Address 
before the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, 1870, aas., b., bm., c, 

HSP., MINNHS., WHS. 

Strong (Nathan), b. i']i'], d. ijgS- A | Sermon, ] preached 
at the I Ordination | of the Reverend | Nathan Strong, | Pastor of 
a Church in Hartford; | by his Father, the Reverend | Nathan 
Strong, I Pastor of a Church in Coventry. | • . . | Hartford: \ Printed 
by Eben. Watson, near the Great-BAdge. \ [ 1774.] I 2mo, pp. 36. 

c, CHS., UTS. 9295 I 

Date supplied from Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. i, pp. 720—722. 

Strong (Nathan), b. 1748, d. 18 16. The Agency and Provi- 
dence of God I acknowledged, in the Preservation of [ the American 



152 STRONG ( Nathan), 

States. I A I Sermon | preached at the | annual Thanksgiving, ] De- 
cember 7th, 1780. I By Nathan Strong, | Pastor of the first Church 
of Christ in Hartford. | . . • | Hartjord: \ Printed by Hudson and 
Goodwiny I M.DCC.Lxxx. | 8vo, pp. 24. 

C, CHS., HEH., JCB., NYH., WLC, Y. 92952 

Strong. The Character of a Virtuous and Good Woman, a 
Discourse, delivered by the desire and in the presence of the Female 
Beneficent Society, in Hartford, October 4th, a.d. 1809. By 
Nathan Strong, pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Hart- 
ford. Hartjoi'd: Printed by Hudson mid Goodwin. 1 809. 8vo, 

pp. II, (l). AAS., BA., BM., NYP., UTS., Y. 92953 

The last page contains the Constitution of the Society. 

Strong. A Discourse, delivered on Friday, December 27, 1799, 
the Day set apart by the Citizens of Hartford, to lament before 
God, the Death of Gen George Washington; who died Dec. 14, 
1799. By Nathan Strong . . . Hartford: Printed by Hudson and 
Goodwin. 1800. 8vo, pp. 31. aas., b., ba., c, heh., hsp., JCB., 

M., nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. 92954 

NYP. has two issues differing in the spacing of the lines of the title, and in the 
twelfth and thirteenth lines on p. 7, issue A reading: "and opposition may occur, to 
do the things de- | termined for them. | " In issue B, these lines read: "and oppo- 
sition may occur, to do the things | determined for them. | " 

Strong. The ] Doctrine | of | Eternal Misery | reconcileable 
v/ith the I Infinite Benevolence of God, | and a truth plainly asserted 
in the | Christian Scriptures. | By Nathan Strong, | Pastor of the 
North Presbyterian Church in Hartford. | Hartjord: \ Printed by 
Hudson and Goodwin. | 1796. | 8vo, pp. 408. aas., b., ba., bm., 

BU., C, H.(anD.), JCB., NYH., NYP., UTEX., UTS., Y. 92955 

Strictures on Joseph Huntington's "Calvinism Improved," Nezv-LonJon, 1796, 
pp. 203-376. 

Elicited D. Foster's "Critical and Candid Examination of a late Publication," 
Walpole, Nctuhampshire, 1 803. aas., bm., nvp. 

Strong. A Fast Sermon, delivered in the North Presbyterian 
Meeting House, in Hartford, July 23, 1812, by Nathan Strong . . . 
Hartjord: Printed by Peter B. Glcason i^ Co. 1812. 8vo, pp. 19. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 92956 

Strong. A Funeral Sermon. A Sermon, delivered at Hartford, 
January 6, 1 807, at the funeral of the Rev. James Cogswell, d.d. 
late pastor of the Church in Scotland, in the town of Windham. By 
Nathan Strong . . . Hartjord: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 

1807. 8v(), pp. 18. AAS., B., BA., BM., NYH., UTS., Y. 92957 



STRONG (nATHAn). I53 

Strong, comf. The | Hartford Selection | of | Hymns. | From 
the most approved Authors. | To which are added a number never 
before pubhshed. | Compiled by, | Nathan Strong, Abel Flint, and 
Joseph I Steward. | Published according to Act of Congress. | 
Hartjord: Printed by John Babcock. | 1 799. | i2mo, pp. 333, 
advertisement (i). aas., c. 92958 

The AAS. copy is imperfect. 

Nine editions were published at Hartford, copies of which have been located as 
follows: Second edition, 1802, aas., c, md.dioc.lib., wrhs.; third edition, 1810, 
AAS. i fourth edition, 1815, aas.; fifth edition, 1816, noted by Metcalf from a sale 
catalogue; sixth edition, I 818, aas.; eighth edition, 1821, c, lihs., utex., y. ; ninth 
edition, 1823, drew. Locations from typewritten bibliography of F. J. Metcalf. 

Strong. Political Instruction from the Prophecies | of God's 
Word — I A I Sermon, | Preached on the | State Thanksgiving, | 
Nov. 29, 1798. I By Nathan Strong, | Pastor of the North Presby- 
terian Church in | Hartford, Connecticut. | Published according to 
Act of Congress, and by Desire of | the Hearers. | Hartjord: [ 
Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. \ 1 798. | 8vo, pp. 30. 

aas., ba., bm., JCB., m., nyh., nyp., y. 92959 

Strong. Political Instruction from the | Prophecies of God's 
Word. I A j Sermon, | preached on the [ State Thanksgiving, | 
November 29, 1798. | By Nathan Strong, | Pastor of the North 
Presbyterian Church in | Hartford, Connecticut. | Published ac- 
cording to Act of Congress, and by desire of | the hearers. | Hart- 
jord y Printed: \ New-Yorky Re-printed by G. For many jor C. 
Davis, I 1799. I 8vo, pp. 24. B., JCB., nyp., uts., y. 92960 

Strong. The Reasons and Design of public Punishments; | A 
Sermon, | Delivered before the People who were collected to the 
Execution | of | Moses Dunbar, | Who was condemned for High 
Treason against the State | of Connecticut, and executed March 
19'h, a.d. 1777. I By Nathan Strong, | Pastor of the first Church 
in Hartford. | . • . | Hartjord: \ Printed and Sold by E ben. Watson, | 

M.DCC.LXXVII. I 4tO, pp. 18. C, CHS., M., NYH., UTS. 9296 I 

Strong. A Sermon, at the Ordination of the Rev. Thomas Rob- 
bins, appointed a Missionary to the County of Trumbull, in the State 
of Ohio; delivered at Norfolk, June 19th, 1803. By Nathan Strong 
. . . Together with the Charge, given by the Rev. Ammi R. Rob- 
bins, Father of the ordained: and the Right Hand of Fellowship, 
given by the Rev. Nathan Perkins, d.d. Pastor of the Church in 
West-Hartford. Hartjord: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 

1803. 8^0) PP- 27. AAS., ba., BM., NYH., UTS., Y. 92962 



154 STRONG ( NATHAN ). 

Strong. A Sermon, delivered at the consecration of the New 
Brick Church in Hartford, December 3, 1807. By Nathan Strong. 
Hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodivin. 1808. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., B., HEH., NYH., UTS., Y. 92963 

Strong, A Sermon, deh'vered at the Funeral of Mrs. Sarah 
Williams, Consort of the Rev. Eliphalet Williams, d.d. Pastor of 
the Church of Christ in East-Hartford. She departed this Life, 
January 23d, 1800, in the 63d Year of her Age. By Nathan 
Strong . . . Hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 1800. 

8vo, pp. 15. AAS., B., BA., JCB., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 92964 

Strong. A | Sermon, | delivered | at the | Ordination | of the | 
Rev, Ichabod Lord Skinner, | Colleague Pastor with the | Rev. 
Nathan Strong, | in the | Second Church in Coventry, | October 
22, 1794. I By Nathan Strong, | Pastor of the first Church in Hart- 
ford. I Hartford: | Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. \ mdccxciv. | 

8vo, pp. 2 I . AAS., C, CHS., JCB., NYP., UTS., Y. 92965 

Strong. A | Sermon, | delivered in presence of | His Excel- 
lency I Samuel Huntington, Esq. l.l.d. | Governor, | And the 
Honorable the General Assembly of the I State of Connecticut 
Convened at Hartford, on the Day of the | Anniversary Election 
May 13th, 1790. I By Nathan Strong, a.m. | Pastor of the First 
Church in Hartford. | Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson and Good- 
win. I M.DCC.XC. I 8vo, pp. 32. AAS., B., BA,, C, CHS,, HEH., JCB., 

M., NYH,, NYP., UTS., Y. 92966 

Strong. A Sermon, delivered in the North Presbyterian Church 
in Hartford, August 20th, at the funeral of the Honorable Chauncey 
Goodrich, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Connecticut, who 
died August 1 8th, I 815. By Nathan Strong . . . Hartford: Printed 
by Peter B.Glrasonand Co. 1815. 8vo,pp. 15, aas,, BA., BM,, c, 
H,, HSP., M., NYH,, NYP,, UTS, WHS., Y, 92967 

Strong, A | Sermon, | Preached at the Annual | Thanksgiving, | 
November i6th, 1797. | By Nathan Strong, | Minister of the North 
Presbyterian Church in Hartford. | The copy was given to several 
of the hearers, who by | permission have published it, | Hartford: \ 
Printed by \ Hudson 6f Goodwin. \ 1 797, | 8vo, pp, 16. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CHS., UTS., Y. 92968 

Strong. A | Sermon, | Preached at the Installation | of the 
Rev. David Huntington, a.m, | to the | Pastoral Charge | of the 
Second Congregational Church | in Middletown, | On the 8th day 



STRONG ( Nathan). 155 

of November, a.d. 1797. | By Nathan Strong, | Pastor of the North 
Presbyterian Church in Hartford. | Middletown: | Printed by 
Tertius Dunning. | 1798. | 8vo, pp. 24. aas. 92969 

Strong. A | Sermon, | Preached in Hartford, | June loth, 
1797, I at the Execution of | Richard Doane. | By Nathan Strong, | 
Minister of the North Presbyterian Church | in Hartford. | To 
which is Added, | a Short Account of his Life, | as Given by him- 
self: I also of the State of his Mind during the | Time of his Con- 
finement, I and at his Death. | Hartjord: | Printed by Elisha Bab- 
cock. I 1797. I 8vo, pp. 21. aas., BM., C, CHS., HEH., NYH., Y. 

+ Second edition. [Same imprint, date, and collation,] 92970 

Richard Doane, born in England in 1755, was executed for the murder of Daniel 
M'lver during a drunken fight. 

Title of the second edition from Evans. 

Strong. A Sermon, preached January 3d, 1804, at the funeral 

of the Rev. Charles Backus, d.d. pastor of the Church in Somers, 

who departed this life December 30th, 1803. By Nathan Strong 

.. .Hartjord, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin: 1804. 8vo, pp. 19. 

aas.j b., bm., h., nyh., nyp., uts., y. 9297 1 

Strong. A | Sermon, | preached March 18, 1778. j At the 
Ordination of the | Reverend Joseph Strong, | Colleague Pastor 
of the first Church in | Norwich, with the | Reverend Benjamin 
Lord, D.D. I By the Reverend Nathan Strong, | his Brother, Pastor 
of the first Church in | Hartford. | Norwich: \ Printed by John 
Trumbull at the Printing- Ojflce near \ the Meetifig- House, 
M,DCC,Lxxviii. I 8vo, pp. 24. 

BU., C, CHS., HEH., JCB., NYH., NYP., Y. 92972 

Strong. A [ Sermon, | Preached on the | State Fast, | April 
6th, 1798. I Published at the Request of the Hearers. | By Nathan 
Strong, I Pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford. ] 
Hartford: \ Printed by \ Hudson ^ Goodwin. | 1 798. | 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., B., BA., H., JCB., M., NYP., UTS., Y. 92973 

Strong. Sermons, I on | Various Subjects, | Doctrinal, Experi- 
mental and Practical. | By Nathan Strong, | Pastor of the North 
Presbyterian Church in Hartford, Connecticut. I Vol. L | Hart- 
ford: I Printed by \ Hudson & Goodwin. \ 1798. | [Verso of title:] 
Published and sold by \ Oliver D. and I. Cooke, \ Book-Sellers and 
Stationers, Hartford ; \ According to Actof Congress. | 8vo, pp. 396. 
+ Vol. II. I Published according to Act of Congress. | Hartford: 



156 STRONG ( Nathan). 

Printed by John Babcocky \ for | Oliver D. <y /. Cookey | and sold 
by them at their Book Storey Hartford. \ 1 800. | 8vo, pp. 408. 

B., BA., BM., NYP., UTS., WHS. 92974 

Subscribers' Names, vol. 2, pp. 401-408. 

Strong. A Thanksgiving Sermon, delivered November 27th, 
1800. By Nathan Strong . . . Hartford: Printed by Hudson and 
Goodwin. 1800. 8vo, pp. 18. aas., B., c, JCB., nyh., Y. 92975 

According to Dexter, vol. 3, p. 363, Strong was the originator and editor-in-chief 
of the "Connecticut Evangelical Magazine." 

Strong (Nathaniel). England's | Perfect | School-Master, 
Or, I Directions for exact Spelling, Reading, | and Writing, 
Shewing how to Spell or Read any Chapter | in the Bible by four 
and twenty words only. | With | Examples of most words, from one 
to six Syllables, | both in whole Words, and also divided: | With 
Rules how to spell them. | Also how to spell all such words which 
are alike in | sound, yet differ in their Sense and Spelling. | Together 
with the true meaning and use of all Stops and | Points to be ob- 
served by all that would Read | and Write well. | With a Table of 
Orthography, shewing how to write true | English. As also, Variety 
of Pieces, both of English ] & Latin Verse on the most remarkable 
Passages menti- 1 oned in Scripture ; very useful for Writing Schools, | 
Lastly, Directions for Writing of Letters, Acquittances, | Bills of 
Exchange, Bills of Parcels, Bills of Debt, | Bonds, &c. How to state 
Accompts aright. &c. | The Tenth Edition, much Enlarged. | By 
Nathaniel Strong, School-Master in London: At the | Hand and 
Pen on Great-Tower-Hill, in Red-Cow-Alley. | Boston in N. E. 
Reprinted by B. Green, for | Nicholas Boone, at his Shop near the 
Old- I Meeting-House. 1704. 8vo, pp. i26-{-. h. 92976 

The first edition was entered in the London Term Catalogue, under date of May 
26, 1674, see Arber's "Term Catalogues," vol. i, 1904. 

Strong. England's perfect schoolmaster; or, directions for 
spelling, reading ... 5oj/'o»; Printed by B. Green. 17 10. l6mo. 

Title from Evans. 92977 

Strong (Nathaniel T.). Appeal to the Christian Community on 
the Condition and Prospects of the New- York Lidians, in answer to 
a book, entitled The Case of the New-York Indians, and other Pub- 
lications of the Society of Friends. By Nathaniel T. Strong, a Chief 
of the Seneca Tribe. New-York: E. B. Clayton, Printer and Sta- 
tioner, No. 6 Tontins BuildingSy Wall-street, m dccc xli. Svo, 
pp. 65. AAs., c, NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. + Second edition. New York. 



STRONG (NATHANIEL T.). 1 57 

1841. 8vo, pp. 22. C. -[-Buffalo: Press oj Thomas & Co. No. 16^ 
Main-sti-eet. 1841. 8vo, pp. 63. B., HEH., nyp., whs. 92978 

Dated at end: "New- York, 29th January, 1841." 

A reply to "The Case of the Seneca Indians," 184.0, our no. 79105, vol. 19, which 
brought forth from the Society of Friends "A Further Illustration of the Case of the 
Seneca Indians," 1841, no. 79110. 

Copies of either the first or second New York issue are located at ba., h., and 

HSP. 

[Strong]. Report of the Committee of Investigation [to ex- 
amine the accounts of the late treasurer of the Seneca nation of 
Indians, Andrew John]. [«. ^. 185—?] 8vo, pp. 7. nyp. 92979 

Caption title. 

Signed: Nath'l Strong, or De-ga-swa-is-doh, S;iniuel Gordon, or Jo-gui-ye-sos, of 
Cattaraugus, Benjamin Pierce, or Deo-nieh-doh, of Alleghany, Committee. 
Latest date mentioned in text, 1854. 

Strong (Nehemiah). 

ALMANACS. 

Strong was the calculator of a number of series of almanacs. In some he is desig- 
nated as the author on the title page, or elsewhere in the almanac, as "Professor of 
Mathematics in Yale-College," by his initials, or by his full name. Others were pub- 
lished pseudonymously or anonymously. He was also troubled by plagiarists, who 
used his name fraudulently or copied his calculations in their publications. 

In compiling the following list. Bates' "Check List of Connecticut Almanacs," 
reprinted from Amer. Antiq. Soc. "Proceedings," for April, 19 14, was of the greatest 
assistance. 

The almanacs entered below are arranged as follows: 

(i) General chronological list of almanacs, either definitely connected with 
Strong in later issues, or bearing his name, the latter group including a few spurious 
editions. 

(2) Almanacs in which the pseudonym, "Hosea StaiSord," is used. As these 
form a single series, all printed by the Green press in New Haven, they are entered 
separately. It will be noted that the issue for 1806 of this New Haven series contains 
the author's name on the title, with the statement that he was the author of the al- 
manacs published under the signature of Hosea Stafford. 

(3) Middlesex almanacs. Bates quotes an advertisement in the "Middlesex Ga- 
zette" of Dec. 21, 1793, as follows: "Stafford's Almanack for 1794 which has for- 
merly been published under the title of The Middlesex Almanack, To be sold at this 
Office." As the series published under the name of Stafford is known to be by Strong, 
it would seem probable that the Middletown series may also be attributed to him. 

(4) Almanacs in which the pseudonym, "Isaac Bickerstaff," frequently employed 
by other almanac makers, is used, but in which the calculations are by Strong. Bates 
quotes a statement by Strong in the "Connecticut Journal," for Oct. 27, 1 784, dis- 
avowing the authorship of previously printed almanacs bearing the name of Bicker- 
staff, but thinks Strong must have decided that if a Bickerstaff series were to be pub- 
lished at Hartford, he might as well be the author. Bates judges that such was the 
case in the issues printed at Hartford, by or for Nathaniel Patten, for the years from 
1785— 1797, because of the similarity of the earlier issues to Strong's almanacs, of the 
fact that the issue for 1787 contains a reprint of Strong's calculations for that year, 
and because later issues were in part printed from the same type forms as Strong al- 
manacs for the same years. It also seems possible that some of them may have been 
issued without Strong's consent. See Bates, pp. 11-17, and 46-47. 



1^8 STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 

(l) GENERAL CHRONOLOGICAL LIST. 

[Strong.] Watson's | Register, | and | Connecticut | Alma- 
nack, I For •.•|i775;|[i6 lines.] | Hartford: | Printed and Sold 
by Eben. Watson^ near the G. Bridge. \ [1774.] l2mo, pp. (32). 

AAS., B., CHS., Y. 92980 
On the verso of the title of the Connecticut Almanack for 1778, see below, it is 
stated that the composer of that issue is the "Professor of Mathematics and natural 
Philosophy a[t] Yale College, who likewise is the Author of the former Registers 
that have come from this Press." In the issue for 1775 it is merely stated that it was 
"done by an astronomer skilful as any in New-England," but that the gentleman's 
assistance had not been procured without a promise of secrecy. 

[Strong]. Watson's | Register, | and | Connecticut | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1776. I [28 lines.] | Hartford: \ Printed and Sold 
by Eben.Watson, near the Great Bridge. \ [1775.] i2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., CHS., H., Y. 92981 

[Strong.] Watson's | Connecticut | Almanack, ] For . . . | 
1777, I [22 lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed and Sold by Ebene-zer 
Watso7i.\ [ljj6.] l2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., Y. 92982 

[Strong]. The Connecticut | Almanack, | For ... ] 1778; | 
[17 lines.] I Hartford: | Printed and Sold by Hannah Watson, 
near the \ Great-Bridge, mdcclxxviii. | l2mo, pp. (l6). 

AAS., CHS., Y. 92983 

On verso of title: "The Reader is advertised that this Almanack was composed by 
the Professor of Mathematics and natural Philosophy at Yale College . . ." 
Improved title of no. 15661, vol. 4. 

[Strong.] The | Connecticut | Almanack, | For ... | 1779. I 
[13 lines.] I By the Professor of Mathematics, | In Yale College. | 
Hartford: | Printed and Sold by Watson and Goodwin, near \ the 
Great-Bridge. \ [1778.] 1 2 mo, pp. (l6). 

AAS., B., CHS., NYP., Y. 92984 

[Strong]. The | Connecticut | Almanack, | For . . . | 1780. | 
[10 lines.] I The Calculations performed by the Professor | of 
Mathematics, in Yale College. | [8 lines.] | Hartford: Printed and 
Sold by I Hudson and Goodivin, near the Great- \ Bridge. \ [ 1779'] 

I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., CHS., NYP., Y. 92985 

[S'irong]. The 1 Connecticut | Almanack, | For ... ] 1 78 1. | 
[10 lines.] I The Astronomical Parts performed by the | Professor 
of Mathematics, in Yale-College. | [8 lines.] | Hartford: \ Printed 
and Sold by Hudson arid Goodwin. \ [1780.] I2mo,pp. (24). 

AAS., CHS. 92986 
Another Issue at aas. has a few of the pages differently imposed. This does not 
have tlie words "and Sold" in the imprint. 



STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 159 

[Strong]. The | New-England | Almanack, [ For ... | 178 1. | 
[10 lines.] I The Astronomical Parts performed by the | Professor 
of Mathematics, in Yale-College. | [8 lines.] | ]Vorcester: \ Printed 
by Anthony Hasivdl. \ [ijSo.] 8vo, pp. (24). aas. 92987 

Bates points out that this almanac is printed from the same type forms as the 
Connecticut Almanack for the same year printed by Hudson and Goodwin, and hence 
must have come from their press in Hartford. The poetry and miscellaneous material 
as well as the tables are the same. 

S[trong]. An I Astronomical Ephemeris, Calendar, ] or | 
Almanack, | for ...I1782. |[ii lines.] | The Astronomical Parts 
performed by N. S. Profes- | sor of Mathematics and Natural Phi- 
losophy in I Yale College. | [6 lines.] | Hartford: | Printed by Hud- 
son & Goodzuin. \ [178 1.] i2mo, pp. (24). 

The AAS. copy lacks the title and other leaves. AAS., CHS., H. 92988 

Strong. An | Astronomical Ephemeris, Calender, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1783. I [ 1 1 lines.] | The Astronomical Parts per- 
formed by N. S. late | Professor of Mathematics and Natural Phi- 
losophy in I Yale-College. | [8 lines.] | Hartford: | Printed by 
Hudson &" Goodwin. \ [1782.] i2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., BM., CHS., H., Y. 92989 

S[trong]. An I Astronomical Diary, | or | Almanack, | for . . . | 
1783, I [ 13 lines.] I By N. S. Late Professor of Mathematicks, | in 
Yale College. | [8 lines.] | Springfield: | Printed by Babcock &? 
Haszvell. I [1782.] l2mo, pp. (24). aas., NYP. 92990 

Calculated for Springfield. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Ephemeris, Calender, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1784. I [ 13 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Professor 
of Mathematics | and Natural Philosophy in Yale-College. | [8 
lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson &' Goodwin. | [1783.] 

I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., NYP., Y. 9299I 

Strong. An | Astronomical Ephemeris, Calendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ...I1785. |[i3 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Professor 
of Mathematics | and Natural Philosophy in Yale-College. | [6 
lines.] I Hartford: | Printed by Hudson ^ Goodzuin. \ [1784.] 

I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., JCB., NYP. 92992 

Strong. An | Astronomical Ephemeris, Calendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1786. I [11 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Professor 
of Mathematics | and Natural Philosophy in Yale-College. | [6 
lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson &' Goodwin. \ [1785.] 

I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., CHS., NYH., NYP. 92993 



l6o STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, | or | Almanack | For . . . 
1787: I [15 lines.] I By N. Strong, late Professor of Mathema- 
ticks and Natural Philosophy in Yale-College. | [8 lines.] | Rart- 
ford: I Pr'intedBy Eltsha Babcock. \ [1786.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., B., CHS., NYP., Y. 92994 

Strong. An | Astronomical Ephemeris, Calendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ...I1787. |[9 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Professor of 
Mathematics and I Natural Philosophy in Yale-College. I [6 lines.] | 
Hartford. \ Printed by Hudson £ff Goodwin. \ [1786.] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., CHS., Y. 92995 

Strong. An Astronomical Diary, or | Almanack, | for . . . | 
1787; 1 [11 lines.] I By Nehemiah Strong, Esq; | Late Professor 
of Mathematics and Natural Phi- | losophy in Yale-College. | New 
Haven: Printed by Meigs &' Dana. \ [1786.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

B. 92996 

Strong. An | Almanack, | For . . . | 1787 | [13 lines.] | By 
N. Strong, late Professor of Mathe- | matics and Natural Philosophy 
at Yale College. | [8 lines.] | C ommonwealth of Massachusetts, | 
Sf ring field: Printed by Stebbins and \ Russell, at their Office near 
the Ferry.\\_l']^6.'\ l2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., C. 92997 

Calculated for Springfield. 

Strong. Strong's Geunine Almanack for the Year of our Lord, 
1789. Northampton: Printed by William Butler. [1788.] 92998 

Title from Evans. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalender, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1788. 1 [10 lines.] | By N. Strong late Professor of 
Mathcma- | ticks and Natural Philosophy in Yale-College. | [6 
lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed by Elisha Babcock. | [1787.] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., CHS., NYP., Y. 92999 

Strong. Strong's Almanac for ... 1788: [i4lines.] By Nehe- 
miah Strong, Esq; late professor of mathematics and natural phi- 
losophy in Yale-College. [4 lines of verse.] New-Haven: Pririted 
by J. Meigs. [1787.] l2mo, pp. (24). Y. 93000 

Title from Evans. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalender, or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1789: I [12 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Professor of 
Mathcma- | ticks, and Natural Philosophy in Yale-College. | [8 
lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed by Elisha Babcock. \ [1788.] I2mo, 



STRONG (nEHEMIAh). i6i 

pp. (24). AAS., CHS., HEH. + Hartford: \ Printed By Nathaniel 
Patten.] [1788.] i2mo,pp. (24). AAs. -\- Hartford: Re-printed 
by Nathaniel Patten. [1788.] l2mo, pp. (24). C, CHS., Y. 93001 

Though the titles of the first two of the above issues are the same and liave the 
same lining off, they are from different type. 
Title of the Patten reprint from Bates. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalencler, or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1789: I [12 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Professor of 
Mathematicks, | and Natural Philosophy in Yale-College. | [8 
lines.] I Hartford: | Printed by Hudson ^ Goodzvin. \ [1788.] 
l2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS. + Hartford: Re-frinted by Hud- 
son & Goodwin. [1788.] i2mo, pp. (24). CHS. 93002 

This almanac is from a different setting of type from that of the other Hartford 
issues for this year. 

Title of the reprint from Bates, who states that it is identical with the previous 
issue by Hudson and Goodwin, except for the change of the one word in the imprint. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1790: I [12 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Profes- | sor of 
Mathematicks, and Natural Phylosophy in Yale- | College. | [4 
lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed by EUsha Babcock. \ [1789.] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., JCB., Y. 93OO3 

Strong. An | Almanack | For ... | 1790: | [12 lines.] | By 
N. Strons:, late Professor of Mathematicks, I and Natural Philos- 
ophy in Yale-College. | Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson and Good- 
ivin. I [1789.] i2mo, pp. (24). aas., chas. 93004 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalender, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1791; I [12 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Pro- | fessor of 
Mathematicks, and Natural Phylosophy | in Yale-College. | [4 
lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed by EUsha Babeock. \ [1790.] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., CHS., NYH., NYP., Y. 93OO5 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1 791. 1 [11 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Profes- | sor of 
Mathematicks, and Natural Phylosophy in Yale- | College. | [4 
lines.] \Hartford: \ Printed for Nathaniel Patten. | [1790.] l2mo, 
pp. (24). AAS., CHS. 93006 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1792. I [10 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Profes- | sor of 
Mathematicks, and Natural Phylosophy in Yale | College. | [4 
lines.] \Hartford: \ Printed for Nathaniel Patten. \ [lyg I.] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., C, CHS., JCB., NYH., Y. 93OO7 



I 62 STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 

Strong. An Astronomical | Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanac, ] 
for ... I 1792. [11 lines.] | By Nehemiah Strong. | Litchfield: 
Printed by T. Collier. \ [1791.] i2mo, pp. (24). 

CHS., NYP. 93008 

Strong. An Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, or Almanack, for 
. . . 1792. ... By Nehemiah Strong. Hartford: Printed for Elisha 
Babcock. [1791.] i2mo, pp. (24). CHS. + For ... 1793. .. . 
[Same imprint and collation. 1792.] chs. (impf.) 93009 

Titles from Evans. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or, | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1793. I [10 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Profes- | sor of 
Mathematicks, and Natural Phylosophy in Yale- | College. | [8 
lines.] \ Hartford: \ Printed for Nathaniel Patten. \ [1792,] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., C, CHS., H., Y. 93OIO 

Strong. An Astronomical | Diary, Kalendar, | or | Almanack, ] 
for ... I 1793. I [7 lines.] | By Nehemiah Strong, Esq. | Late Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics and Na- | tural Philosophy in Yale College. | 
Litchfield: | Printed by Collier a?id Buel. | [1792.] l2mo, pp. 
(24). AAS., CHS., Y. 9301 1 

There are two issues at aas., in one of which the last signature is marked "D." In 
the other there is no signature mark. The anecdotes on these two leaves also differ, 
though the tables are alike. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For. . , I 1794: 1 [11 lines.] | By Nehemiah Strong, | Late Professor 
of Mathematicks, and Natural Philoso- | phy in Yale College. | [8 
lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed by Elisha Babcock. \ [1793.] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., CHS., NYH., NYP., Y. 93012 

Strong. An Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, or, Almanack, for 
. . . 1794. . . . Hartford: Nathaniel Patten. [1793.] 93^13 

Title from Rates, who takes it from an advertisement in the "American Mercury" 
for Nov. 4, 1793. He notes that this and any subsequent issues published by Patten 
must have been printed for him, as after 1792 he appears not to have had any 
printing office in Hartford. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or, | Almanack, | 
for ... I 1794. I [10 lines.] | By N. Strong, late Profes- | sor of 
Mathematicks, and Natural Phylosophy in | Yale-College. | [8 
lines.] I Sfring field, printed by Edward Gray. | [1793.] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., C, Y. 93014 

Contains the same calculations and weather predictions as the Hartford issue for 
this year. 



STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 163 

Strong. Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, or Almanack for . . . 
1 795. By Nehemiah Strong. Hartford: Printed by Elisha Babcock. 
[1794-] 93015 

Title from Trumbull, no. 100, and Evans. 

Strong. The | Connecticut, Massachusetts, New-York, and | 
Vermont | Almanack, | for ... | 17955 | [13 lines.] | By Nehe- 
miah Strong, Esq. | Lkchfiddy (^Connecticut) | Printed by Collier 
and Buel.\ [ijg4..] i2mo, pp. (24). aas., CHS., hsp. 93016 

Improved title of no. 15662, vol. 4. 

Strong.^ Strong's | Almanack, | for ... | 1795. | [Woodcut 
illustration, with two lines of the title running vertically on the left, 
and one on the right.] | Sf ring field, Printed by Edward Gray. | 
[1794.] i2mo, pp. (24). AAS. 93017 

Bates quotes Elisha Babcock, the printer of many of Strong's almanacs, as decrying 
the above as a "Spurious edition," in the "American Mercury" for Oct. 26, 1795- 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1796: I [10 lines.] | By Nehemiah Strong, | Late Pro- 
fessor of Mathematicks, and | Natural Philo- | sophy of Yale Col- 
lege. I [6 lines.] I Hartford: | Printed by Elisha Babcock. \ [ 1795.] 

I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., HEH., NYP., Y. 93018 

Strong. f* Strong's | Almanack, | for . . . | 1796: | [Woodcut 
illustration, with two lines of the title running vertically on the left, 
and one on the right.] | Springfield, Prifited by Edzvard Gray. \ 
[1795.] i2mo, pp. (24). AAS. 93019 

Babcock, who printed the preceding Astronomical Diary, considered the above a 
spurious edition. The calculations were copied from Strong. See Bates for quotation 
from the "American Mercury" for Oct. 26, 1795. 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For. ..| 1797:! [11 lines.] | By Nehemiah Strong, | Late Professor 
of Mathematicks, and Natural Phi- | losophy of Yale College. | [8 
lines.] I Hartford: \ Printed by Elisha Babcock. \ [1796.] l2mo, 
pp. (24). AAS., CHS., Y. 93020 

Strong.? Strong's | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or, | Al- 
manack, I for ... I ... I 1797: I [12 lines.] ] West-Sf ring field: \ 
Printed by Edward Gray. \ [1796.] | l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., C. 93021 
Bates quotes from the "Connecticut Courant" of Jan. 2, 1797, as follows: "Strong's 
genuine Almanacks, For 1797, to be sold by Elisha Babcock, at 12s per Gross. There 
is none of Strong's genuine Almanacks for sale but those printed by said Babcock — 
Those printed by Edward Gray, and selling by Mr. Patten were not calculated by 
Nehemiah Strong, Esq. nor by any other person by the name of Strong. (So says 
N. Strong, Esq.)" 



164 STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 

Strong. An I Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1798: I [8 lines.] | By Nehemiah Strong, | Late Professor 
of Mathematicks, and Natural Phi- | losophy of Yale College. | [6 
lines.] I Hartjord: \ Printed by Elisha Babcock. | [With Privilege 
of Cofy-Right.) \ [ijgj.] i2mo, pp. (24). aas., CHS., y. 93022 

Strong.? Strong's | Astronomical Diary, Calendar | or, | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1798: I [19 lines.] | West-Sf ring field: \ Printed 
by Edward Gray. \ [1797.] | i2mo, pp. (24). aas., c, Y. 93023 

Strong. An Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanack, ] 
For ... I 1799: [10 lines.] | By Nehemiah Strong, | Late Profes- 
sor of Mathematicks, and Natural Phi- | losophy of Yale College. | 
[8 lines.] I Hartjord: \ Printed by Elisha Babcock. \ [1798.] l2mo, 
pp. (24). AAS., CHS., Y. 93024 

Strong. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1800: I [ 1 1 hnes.] | By Nehemiah Strong, | Late Profes- 
sor of Mathematicks, and Natural Phi- | losophy of Yale College. | 
[9 lines.] \ Hartjord: \Printed by Elisha Babcock. | [1799.] i2mo, 
PP- (3^)- -^AS., B., CHS., NYP. 93025 

An imperfect copy of "An Astronomical Diary ... or Almanac" for 1801, located 
at Yale, is believed by Bates to be by Strong and to have been printed at Hartford. 
No copy of an issue for 1802 with his name on the title has been located. An issue 
of "An Astronomical Diary . . ." by Strong was printed by Elisha Babcock at Hart- 
ford, for the year 1803, aas., bm., nyp., y.; also one for 1804, chs. 

Babcock in the advertisement of his issue of "Sanford's Astronomical Diary" for 
i8o5> stated that Strong had declined to furnish any more copies and had recom- 
mended David Sanford in his place, ^ee quotation from the "American Mercury," 
for Nov. 22, 1804, Bates, p. 78. 

However, the following issues by Strong were printed by Babcock at Hartford: 

for 1806, AAS., B., CHS., M., NYP.; for I 807, AAS., CHf., NYP. j and for 1808, AAS. 

An issue for 1809, also printed by Babcock, at Hartford, was "Mostly calculated 
by Nehemiah Strong . . . And the remainder finished by Elijah MIddlebrook." aas., 

CHS. 

For issues of "An Astronomical Diary . . ." for the years 1806—1808, with Strong's 
name on the title, printed by Thomas Green and Son at New Haven, see the final 
note on the series published under the pseudonym of Hosea Stafford. 

Strong. The | Connecticut | Pocket Almanac, | for . . . | 1800: | 
[ 10 lines.] I The calculations by | Nehcmi.ih Strong, | late Professor 
of Mathematics and Natural | Philosophy in Yale College. | Hart- 
jord: I Printed by John Babcock^ \ jar E. &' J. Babcock. | [ 1799.] 
i8mi), pp. (2)55-47. AAS., B., BM., CHS., -|- Hartjord: [Printed 
jor I Henry Divicr, | ten rods north oj the Coiirt-House. | [l799'] 
i2mo, pp. (2),5-47. B. 93026 

Issues with this title were printed by John Babcock for E. & J. Babcock at Hart- 
ford, for the year iSoi, aas., chs., y. ; and for 1802, aas., chs. 



STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 165 

(2) "Stafford" almanacs. 
[Strong]. An Astronomical Ephemeris, Kalenclar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For . . . 1776. I [20 lines.] | By Hosea Stafford, Philo. | 
[ 7 lines.] I Nctv-Haven: j Printed and sold by Thomas and Samuel 
Grif^n. I [1775.] l2mo, pp. (20). aas., B., CHS., Y. 93027 

See preliminary note, (2), above. 

[Strong.] An Astronomical Ephemeris, Kalendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... 1777. I [13 lines.] | By Hosea Stafford, Philo. | 
[6 lines.] I 'New-Haven: | Printed and Sold by Thom-as ^ Samuel 
Green. \ [1776.] l2mo, pp. (20) + aas. 93028 

[Strong] . Stafford's | Almanac, | For . . . | 1 778. | [ 1 1 lines.] | 
By Hosea Stafford. | [8 lines.] | New-Haven, | Printed by Thomas 
and Samuel Green. | [1777.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., CHS., NYP., Y. 93029 

[Strong.] Stafford's Connecticut | Almanack, | For. . . 1779. | 
[4 lines.] I By Hosea Stafford, Philomathes. | New-Haven: \ Printed 
and sold by Thom-as ^ Sam,uel Green. \ [1778.] l2mo, pp. (20). 
AAS., CHS., WHS., Y. -|- Hartjord: Printed and sold by \ B. Webster y 
opfosite the Court House. \ [1 J jS.] l2mo, pp. (20). B. 93030 

[Strong.] Stafford's | Almanack, | For ... | 1780: | [ii 
lines.] I By Hosea Stafford, Philom. | [5 lines.] | New-Haven: \ 
Printed and Sold by Thomas and Samuel Green. | [ 1 7 79.] 1 2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., NYP., Y. 93O3I 

[Strong]. Stafford's | Almanack, | For ... | 1781: | [ii 
lines.] I By Hosea Stafford, Philomathes. | [6 lines.] \New-Haven: 
P Anted i^ sold by T. ^ S.Green. \ [1780.] 1 2 mo, pp. (20). 

AAS., B., CHS. 93032 

[Strong]. Stafford's | Almanac, | For ... | 1782, | [10 
lines.] I By Hosea Stafford, Philomathes. | [6 lines.] | New- 
Haven: \ Printed and sold by Thomas ^ Samuel Green. \ [1781.] | 

I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., Y. 93033 

[Strong]. Stafford's | Almanack | For ...I 1783; | [10 
lines.] I By Hosea Stafford, Philo. | [8 lines.] | Nezv-Haven: Printed 
^ sold by T. ^ S.Green. \ [1782.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., B., CHS., NYP. 93034 

Nvp. has two issues, the difference being only in pp. [20]— [23]. The text on 
these pages is rearranged, so that the same articles are on different pages, but from 
the same type. 

In issue a, p. [20] contains as the first item, "Necessary Hints to those that would 

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l66 STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 

be Rich;" p. [21]) "Instances of the Effects of sudden Joy;" p. [22], "Advice from 
a Clock;" p. [23], "The Old and New-Testament dissected." 

In issue b, p. [20] contains as the first item, "The Old and New Testament dis- 
sected;" p. [21], "Advice from a Clock;" p. [22], "Necessary Hints to those that 
would be Rich;" p. [23], "Instances of the Effects of sudden Joy." 

P. [24] in both issues contains "A Return of the Number of Inhabitants in . . . 
Connecticut." 

[Strong]. Stafford's | Almanack, | For ... | 1784: | [11 
lines.] I By Hosea Stafford, Philomathes. | [6 lines.] ] New- 
Haven: I Printed and Sold by T. & S. Green. \ [1783.] 1 2 mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., NYP., Y. 93O35 

[Strong]. Stafford's Almanac, | for . . . | 1785. ] [11 lines.] | 
By Hosea Stafford, Philom. | [8 lines.] | New-Haven: \ Printed 
by Thomas and Samuel Green. | [1784.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., CHS., HEH., NYP. 93O36 

[Strong]. Stafford's Almanack, | For. . . | 1786; | [10 lines.] | 
By Hosea Stafford, Philomathes. | [5 lines.] | New-Haven; Printed 
and sold by T. & S. Green. \ [1785.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., CHS., Y. 93037 

[Strong]. Stafford's | Almanack, | For ...|i787;|[io lines.] | 
By Hosea Stafford, Philo. | [10 lines.] | New-Haven; Printed ^ 
sold by T. ^ S. Green. \ [1786.] i2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., B., CHS., NYP. 93038 

[Strong]. An | Almanack, | For . . . | 1788: ] [10 lines.] | 
By Hosea Stafford, Philo. | [8 lines.] | New-Haven: | Printed and 
Sold by Thomas and Samuel Green. \ [1787.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., B., C, NYP., Y. 93039 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1789: I [10 lines.] | By Hosea Stafford, Philo- 
mathes. I [2 lines.] I New-Haven: | Printed and sold by T. ^ S. 
Gree?i. \ [ijSS.] i2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., NYP. 93040 

In the AAS. copy leaf 9, C3, is headed: "Variation of Sun and Clock." Bates notes 
that he has seen an imperfect copy of 11 leaves with "last three leaves (sheet C) 
different; leaf 9 beginning 'A Letter from a Girl to her Sweetheart in the Army.' " 

[Strong]. An Astronomical Diary, Kalander | or | Alma- 
nack I for I ... I 1 790. 1 [ 1 1 lines.] | By Hosea Stafford. | [4 lines.] 
New-Haven; | Printed and Sold by \ Thomas and Samuel Green. 

[1789.] I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., C, CHS., NYP., Y. 93041 

[STRONG].Stafford's| Almanack, I For ... I I79i:| [ii lines.] 
The Astronomical Calculations by N. Strong, a.m. | [6 lines.] 



STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 167 

New-Haven: | Printed and Sold by Thomas ^ Samuel Green. | 

[1790.] I2mO, pp. (24). AAS., B.,C., H., Y. 93042 

[Strong]. Stafford's] Almanack, | For. . . | 1792. | [32 lines.] | 
New-Haven: Printed by T. and S. Green. \ [1791.] 1 2 mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., C, CHS., NYP., Y. 93O43 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1793: I [8 lines.] | By H. Stafford, Philo Math. | 
[8 lines.] I New-Haven: \ Printed and Sold by T. ^ S. Green. | 

[1792.] I2mO, pp. (24). AAS., C, NYP., Y. 93044 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For. .. I 1794: I [10 lines.] | By H. Stafford, Philo Math. | 
[12 lines.] I New-Haven: | Printed and Sold by T. ^ S. Green. \ 

[1793.] I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., C, CHS., M., Y. 93045 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1795 ; I [ 1 1 lines.] | By H. Stafford, Philo Math. | 
[10 lines.] I New-Haven — Printed ^ Sold by T. &? S. Green. \ 

[1794.] I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., B., C, CHS., HSP., M., NYP. 93046 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1796: I [10 lines.] | By H. Stafford, Philo Math. | 
[7 lines.] I New-Haven: Printed and sold by T. &' S. Green. \ 

[1795.] I2m0, pp. (24). AAS., B., C, CHS., M., NYP. 93047 

[Strong]. Stafford's Almanack, | for . . . | 1797. | [21 lines.] | 
Printed and sold by T. &' S. Green, New-Haven. \ [ 1 796.] 1 2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., C, CHS., H., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 93O48 

The author states in a note to the reader that this is the 22d of the almanacs he 
has published under this signature. 

[Strong]. Stafford's I Almanack, | for. . . | 1798, | [26 lines.] | 
New-Haven: \ Printed by Thorruzs and Samuel Green. \ [i797-] 

I 2mo, pp. ( 24 ) . AAS., C, M., NYP., Y. 93O49 

[Strong] . An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1799. I [l I lines.] | By H. Stafford. | [8 lines.] | New- 
HaveUj frinted &' sold by T. & S. Green. \ [1798.] l2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., NYP. 9305O 

[Strong] . An | Astronomical Diary, Calendar, | or | Almanack, | 
For ... I 1800. I [11 lines.] | By H. Stafford. | [5 lines.] | New- 



l68 STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 

Haveriy printed &' sold by T. Green iff Son. \ [1799.] i2mo, 

pp. (24). AAS., B., CHS., NYP. 9305 I 

Strong's series of almanacs published under the pseudonym of Stafford, was con- 
tinued with this title, through the issue for 1804, printed by Thomas Green and Son 
at New Haven. Copies are located as follows: for 1801, aas., b., bm., chs., m.; for 

1802, AAS., B., BM., CHS.; for 1803, ^AS., B., M., NYP., Y. j for I 804, AAS., B., BM., 
CHS., NVI'. 

No copy has been located of an issue for 1805, published under the pseudonym of 
Stafford, but Thomas Green and Son evidently published in its place "An Astronomi- 
cal Diary . . ." prepared by J. Sanford. 

The title for the following year reads: An Astronomical Diary, Calendar, or Al- 
manack, for . . . 1806 ... By Nehemiah Strong, Formerly Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy in Yale-College, and Author of the Almanacks which have 
been formerly published under the signature of Hosea Stafford. . . . New-Haven: 
Printed by Thomas Green and Son. aas., b., bm., chs. 

The series ends with the issues both bearing Strong's name, located as follows: 
for 1807, AAS., c, CHS., Y.j for 1808, aas., chs., y. 

Almanacs issued under the name of Hosea Stafford at New Haven and Bridgeport, 
for the years 1818 and 1823, respectively, have no connection with Strong, who died 
in 1807. 

(3) MIDDLESEX ALMANACS. 

[Strong] ? The Middlesex | Almanack, | or | Lady's and 
Gentleman's Diary, | For ... | 1787 ; | [ 14 lines.] | Middletown: \ 
Printed and sold by Woodward ^ Green. \ [1786.] l2mo, pp. 
(24). AAS., NYP. + For 1788 [Same imprint and collation. 
1787.] NYP. + For 1789. [Same imprint and collation. 1788.] 
AAS., CHS. + For 1790. Middleiovjn: Printed and sold by Moses 
H. Woodward. [1789.] + For 1791. [Same imprint and col- 
lation. 1790.] CHS. + For 1792. [Same imprint and collation. 
I 791.] CHS. + For 1793. [Same imprint.] + For 1795. [Same 
imprint.] 93052 

See preliminary note, (3), above. 

Information as to the issues for the years from 1789 to 1795 from Bates. 

(4) "bICKERSTAFF" ALMANACS. 

[Strong]. Bickerstaff's | New-England | Almanack, | For . . . ] 
1785. I [27 lines.] I Hartfo[r]d: \ Printed and Sold by Nath. 
Patten. \ [1784.] 1 2 mo, pp. (24). aas., chs., nyp. 93053 

See preliminary note, (4), above, for Strong's connection with this series, which is 
not to be confused with another published under the pseudonym of Isaac RickcrstalT, 
and which is generally credited to Benjamin West. Issues of the latter were also re- 
printed in Hartford for the years 1782, 1783, and 1785, but were chiefly published in 
Norwich, I^rovidence, Boston, and elsewhere. 

[Strong]. An | Almanack, | For .... | 1786: | [15 lines.] | 
By Isaac Bickerstaff. | [7 lines.] | Hartford: \ Printed by Nathan- 
iel Patten \ At his Printing Office. \ [ 1785.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., chs. 93054 



STRONG (nEHEMIAh). 169 

[Strong]. An | Almanack, | For . . . | 1787. | [14 lines.] | 
By Isaac Bickerstaff. | [6 lines.] | Hartford: | Printed by Nathan- 
iel Patten, I At his Printing Ojfice. \ [1786.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., CHS. 93055 

Woodcut illustration and briefer title on first leaf, followed by title page. 

Bates notes that the tables are a reprint from Strong's Astronomical Diary for 
1787, printed by Elisha Babcock. He also suggests that Evans no. 20133 is taken 
from an advertisement of the above and is a duplication of his 20132. 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalender, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1788. I [10 lines.] | By Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. | 
[6 lines.] I Hartjord: \ Printed By Hudson and Goodwin. | [ 1 787.] 
i2mo, pp. (24). AAS., CHS. 93056 

Contains a reprint of Strong's tables taken from his Astronomical Diary for the 
same year with his name on the title page. 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalender, or | Alma- 
nack, I For ...|i789:|[i2 lines.] | By Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. | 
[8 lines.] I Hartjord: \ Printed By Nathaniel Patten. \ [1788.] 
i2mo,pp. (24). AAS., c. 93057 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1790:! [12 lines.] | By Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. | 
Hartjord: \Printed By Nathaniel Patten. \ [1789.] l2mo, pp. 
(24). AAS., NYH. 93058 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1790: I [12 lines.] | By Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. | 
Hartjord: \ Printed By Elisha Babcock. \ [1789.] i2mo,pp. (24). 

AAS., CHS. 93059 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, | or | Alma- 
nack, I For ... I 1 79 1. I [11 lines.] | By Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. | 
[4 lines.] I Hartjord: \ Printed By Nathaniel Patten. \ [1790]. 
i2mo, pp. (24). AAS., CHS. 93060 

[Strong]. An Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, or Almanack, 
for 1792. By Isaac Bickerstaff. Hartjord: Nathaniel Patten. 
[1791.] 93061 

Title from Trumbull. 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, | or, | Alma- 
nack, I For ... 1 1793. I [10 lines.] | By Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. | 
[4 lines.] I Hartjord: \ Printed jor Nathaniel Patten. \ [1792.] 

I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., CHS. 93062 



lyo STRONG (nehemiah). 

[Strong]. An Astronomical Diary, Kalendar, or, Almanack, 
for 1794. By Isaac BickerstaflF. Hartford: Nathaniel Patten. 
[1793-] 93063 

"Advertised in the American Mercury of Nov. 4, 1793, as 'Just published By 
Nathaniel Patten.' This and any subsequent issues published by Patten must have 
been printed for him, as after 1792 he appears not to have had a printing office in 
Hartford." Information from Bates, p. 62. 

[Strong]. An | Astronomical Diary: | or | Almanack, ] For 
•••I ^795- I [20 lines.] | By Isaac Bickerstaff. | [6 lines.] | 
Hartford: \ Printed by EltshaBabcock. \ [1794.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., CHS., UTS. 93064 

Trumbull lists an issue for this year published by Patten, but Bates, p. 63, doubts 
that there was such an issue. 

[Strong]. An Astronomical Diary: or Almanack, for 1796. 
By Isaac Bickerstaff. Hartford: Nathaniel Patten. [1795.] 
+ For 1797. [Same imprint. 1796.] 93065 

Advertised in the American Mercury of Nov. i6, 1795, and Nov. 14, 1796, re- 
spectively. Information from Bates, pp. 65—66. See note on Bickerstaff's almanac 
for 1794, above. 

Bates suggests that various sheet almanacs published at Hartford and New Haven 
for a number of the years between 1787 and 1808, and known only by newspaper 
advertisements, were probably prepared by Strong. 

Strong. Astronomy Improved: | or, | A new Theory j Of the 
harmonious Regularity observable | in the | Mechanism or Move- 
ments I of the I Planetary System. | In three Lectures, | Read in 
the Chapel of Yale-College, in New-Haven. | Begun February 17, 
1 78 1. I Exhibiting | a New and Accurate Method, | For investi- 
gating the Velocities, Distances and Periods | of the Planets; founded 
on the Nature of Gravitation, | and Mathematical Relations and De- 
pendencies between their | Distances, Velocities and Periods: As also 
for finding the | Quantities of Matter in the Primary Planets; | and 
the Figure of the Moon's Orbit in open Space. | By Nehemiah 
Strong, M.A. I Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy 
in that College. | Published for the Use, and at the Desire of the 
Students. | • . . | New-Haven: Printed by Thomas ^s? Samuel Green. 
1784. I l2mo, pp. 51, (i), corrigenda ( I ). 2 folded plates. C. + 
[Another issue without the "corrigenda."] i2mo, pp. 52. 2 folded 

plates. AAS., NYH., NYP. 93066 

The "corrigenda" is printed on bluish paper. 

Copies of either the first or second issue are located at ba., h., JCB., m., y. 

Strong's "Address to the Association of the Southern Part of Litchfield County" 
forms pp. 18-32 of Stanley Griswold's "Statement," Hartford, 1798. cu., m., y. 

Strong (Paschal N[ei]son] ). The Pestilence, a Punishment for 
Public Sins. A Sermon, preached in the Middle Dutch Church, 



STRONG (sIMEOn). lyi 

Nov. 17, 1822, after the Cessation of the Yellow Fever, which 
prevailed in New-York in 1822. By Paschal N. Strong, a.m. One 
of the Collegiate Ministers of the Reformed Dutch Church in New- 
York. . . . New-York: Published by H. Sage, 20 8 Broadway. 1822. 

8vo, pp. 26. AAS., AML., B., H., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS. 93067 

Pp. 6 and 7 misnumbered 4 and 5. 

Also: Catalogue of the Library of the late Rev. Paschal N. Strong, to be sold at 
public auction on the 9th and loth of May ensuing, at Broadway, New-York, by 
John T. Boyd & Co. New-York: Printed by J. Seymour, John-Street. 1826. izmo, 

pp. 24. GTS. 

[Strong (Simeon)]. A Paraphrase on Eight Chapters of the 
Prophet Isaiah. See no. 58547, vol. 14. aas., JCB., nyp., y. 

For an attribution, see Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 2, p. 438. 

Judge Strong also published other paraphrases on parts of Isaiah, including A 
Paraphrase, on Four Chapters, Northampton, 1802, aas., not mentioned by Dexter. 

Strong (Solomon). A Charge, delivered to the Grand Jury of 
the County of Worcester, at the March Term of the C. C. Pleas, 
1832. By Hon. Solomon Strong, Associate Justice of the Court. 
Published at the Request of the Bar. Worcester: Printed by S. H. 

Colton <y Co. 1832. 8vo, pp. 12. AAS., B., BM., H., NYP. 93068 

Strong. Judge Strong's Charge to the Grand Jury, Middlesex, 
March, 1835. Boston: Wm. H. Homer , Printer. 1 835. 8vo, 

pp. 14. AAS., B., BM., H. 93069 

Strong (S[tephen] ). Speech of Hon. S. Strong, of New York, 
on the Tariff. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Monday, 
June 29, 1846. Washington: Printed at the Office of Blair and 
Rives. 1846. 8vo, pp7. Y. 93070 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Strong. Speech of Mr. Strong ... on the amendment to the 
Three Million Bill, familiarly known as the Wilmot Proviso. De- 
livered in the House of Representatives, February 8, 1847. ^^^h- 

ington: Printed by Ritchie ^ Heiss. 1847. 8vo, pp. 16. 

C, NYH., UTEX., WHS. 9307 I 

Strong (T. W.). <S<7(? Strong (T[homas] W.). 

Strong ( [Theron Rudd] ) . Speech of Mr. Strong of New York, 
on the Independent Treasury Bill. In the House of Representatives, 
June 8th, 1840 — In Committee of the Whole on the state of the 
Union, on the Independent Treasury bill. [Washington. 1840.] 
8vo, pp. 7. c, cu. 93072 

Caption title. 



IJ2 STRONG (tHOMAS M.). 

Strong (Thomas M [orris]). The History of the Town of 
Flatbush, in Kings County, Long-Island, by Thomas M. Strong, 
D.D., pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church, of Flatbush. . . . New- 
York: Thomas R. Mercein, Jr., Printer y 2 40 Pearl street y cor. 
Burling-sltf. 1842. i2mo, pp. 178, postscript, (i). Frontispiece 
folded map and 5 plates, aas., b., bm., c, cu., heh., hsp., minnhs., 

NYH., nyp., whs., y. 93073 

According to the preface, the work "was prepared as a part of a course of Lectures 
by the Flatbush Literary Association," during the winter of 1 84.1— 2. 

Reprinted, with two additional plates and an index, pp. 1 8 1— 1 88, with the title 
page bearing the same date, 1842. c, m., nyp. There is nothing in the book itself 
stating that it is a reprint. An advertising leaflet laid in the nyp. copy reads: "Al- 
most as it appeared sixty-six years ago. Strong's 'History of Flatbush' has been pub- 
lished ... by Frederick Loeser & Company," dry goods merchants of Brooklyn, so 
the reprint was evidently issued in 1908. In ms. on the front fly leaf of the nyp. 
copy: "This reprint presented to New York Public Library by the publisher — Henry 
B. Davenport Flatbush, N. Y. Nov. 7, 191 1." 

Strong. Index to the Printed Minutes of the General Synod of 
the Reformed Dutch Church, in North America, from June 1794, 
to June 1826, inclusive. Prepared by the Rev, Thomas M. Strong, 
stated clerk. . . . New York: Printed for the General Synod. 1 83 I . 
8vo, pp. 115, postscript (i). UTS. 93074 

Strong (T[homas] W.). Strong's Side Splitting Comic Alma- 
nac. 1854. New York. T. W. Strong y Publisher and Printer yC)% 
Nassau Street. [1853.] ^^Oj PP- 3^? (4)- BA. 93075 

The woodcut illustrations which give the interest to this almanac are largely by 
Hoppin. Others are signed: "P L H," and "J McL." 

Copies have also been located of "Strong's American Almanac" for 1847, aas., 
Strong's "New York Comic Almanac" for 1847, b., "Strong's Comic Almanac" for 
1856, AAS., and the same for 1857, b. The comic almanac for 1850 located by Wall 
at AAS., on close examination proves to be that for 1856, the figure "6" being almost 
indistinguishable from "O." 

[Strong (Titus)]. Candid Examination of The Episcopal 
Church, in Two Letters to a Friend. Greenfieldy {Mass.) Printed 
by Denio and Phelps. 18 18. l2mo, pp. 23. AAS., BA., nyp., Y. 

+ Nortvalk: Printed by Nichols ^ Price. 1819. I2mo, pp. 24. 

AAS., B., nyp. 93076 
Both letters are signed "S." Attributed to Strong in Sprague's Annals, vol. 5, 1859, 

P- 577- 

Later editions: Nczvhuryport, 1820, aas., ba., h. ; second edition, Newburyport, 
1820, H.; Lexington, 1 82 1, whs.; Philadelphia, 1826, aas.; Richmond, 1826, nvp.; 
Boston, 1827, AAS., ba., nyp.; Boston, 1828, aas., gts., y. ; Philadelphia, 1828, 
GTS.} Boston, 1848, AAS., H.; New York [n. d.], nyp., uts. 

See also. Reply, below. 

[Strong]. The Deerfield Captive [Rev. John Williams], an 
Indian story; being a narrative of facts, for the instruction of the 



STRONG (tITUs). I 73 

young. A. Phelps, Greenfield, Mass. 1832. Sq. i8mo, pp. 68, 
including frontispiece, aas., nyp. + Third Edition. [Same im- 
print and collation.] 1837. NYH., NYP. + Fourth Edition. [Same 
imprint and collation,] 1842. newberry. + Written by Rev. 
Titus Strong, d.d. //. Phelfs; Greenfield, Mass. 1834. Third 
Edition, Refrinted by F. G. Tilton &* Co., Greenfield, Mass. 
1884. Sq. i8mo, pp. 63. Frontispiece. B., H., nyp. 93077 

The NYP. copy of the 1832 edition lacks the frontispiece and pp. 31—34. Sprague, 
vol. 5, p. 557, lists a doubtful 1831 edition. 

Strong, The Good Man, A Sermon preached in the Church 
of the Advent, Boston, on the Sunday after the decease of its rector, 
the Reverend William Croswell, d,d, November 1 6, 185 I. By Rev- 
erend T. Strong, . . . Boston: Charles Sumfson. 106, Washing" 
ton Street. 1852. [Verso of title:] Boston: William C ha dwick. 
Printer, 18, Exchange Street. 8vo, pp. 20, 

B,, BA,, GTS,, H, 93078 

Strong. The Lord our Helper. A Sermon, preached in St. 
James' Church, Greenfield, on Sunday, November 29, 1846, it 
being the last day of the attendance of the parish in that church, for 
divine service. By Rev. Titus Strong, d.d,, Rector. . . . Greenfield: 
Charles A. Mirick^s Steam Press. 1 848. 8vo, pp. 24. 

GTS., NYH., NYP., WHS, 93079 

Contains notes on the history of the parish. 

At foot of cover title: IS" The Committee of Publication have determined to ap- 
propriate the money accruing from the sale of this Sermon to the purchase of an 
Organ for St. James' Church. 

[Strong]. A Reply to the "Strictures" of Ebenezer Newcomb, 
on a pamphlet entitled Candid Examination of the Episcopal Church, 
Greenfield, Mass. — Printed and Sold by Denio ^ Phelps. 1 8 19, 
l2mo, pp, 24, HEH. 93080 

The text shows that it was written by the author of A Candid Examination. Infor- 
mation supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Strong. A Sermon preached in St. Paul's Church, Boston, be- 
for the Massachusetts Episcopal Missionary Society at their An- 
nual Meeting, June 15, 1825. By Rev. T. Strong . . . Together 
with the Third Annual Report of the Directors, read to the Society 
in Christ Church the same Evening. The Treasurer's Report and 
List of Officers and of Auxiliary Societies. Boston, Press of the North 
American Review. I. R. Butts, Printer. 1825, 8 vo, pp, 3 5 , ( I ) , 

AAS,, BA,, BM,, H,, M,, WHS. 93081 
On the printed back cover are "Hints relative to Auxiliary Societies." 



174 STRONG (tITUs). 

Strong. The Tears of Columbia: a Poem, to the memory of 
American Heroes and Statesmen. To which are added Miscella- 
neous Odes, &c. By T. Strong. . . . Dcdham: Printed by H. Mann 

l8l2. 8vo, pp. 32. AAS., B., BU., H., HEH., NYH. 93082 

Strong ([William]). Speech of Mr. Strong, of Pennsylvania, 
on the Mexican War. Delivered in the House of Representatives, 
March 4, 1848. Washington: Printed by John T. Towers. 1 848. 

8vo, pp. 16. C, H., MINNHS.j Y. 93083 

Strong. Speech of Mr, Strong ... on the Naval Appropriation 
Bill. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 30. 1849. 
[Washington. 1849.] 8vo, pp. 8. M. 93084 

Caption title. 

Strong. Speech of Mr. Strong ... on the New Hampshire con- 
tested election. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Jan. 7, 
185 1. [Colophon:] Printed at the Globe Office, Washington. 
[185 1.] 8vo, pp. 8. c, WHS., Y. 93085 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

"An Eulogium on the Life and Character of Horace Binney," Philadelphia, 1876, 
was delivered by Justice Strong at the joint request of the Bar of Philadelphia, the 
Law Association of that city, and the American Philosophical Society. 

Strong (William L.). The Death of Good Men. A Sermon 
delivered February 23, 1 829, at the funeral of the Rev. Moses 
Warren, Pastor of the Congregational Church in South Wilbraham. 
By William L. Strong, A.M. Pastor of the Church in Somers. . . . 
Springfield: A . G. Tannatt, Printer. 1829. 8vo, pp. 22. 

BM., GTS., NYH. 93086 

Dcxter's Yale Graduates, vol. 5, pp. 542—544, gives the author's middle name as 
"Lightbourn," but it is "Lighthouse" in Dwight's "History of the Descendants of 
Elder John Strong," vol. 2, 1871, pp. 1042 and 1047. 

Strong. The Israelite indeed. A Sermon delivered at Somers, 
January 12, 1 819, at the funeral of Deacon Joseph Sexton; who 
died Lord's Day, January 10, 18 19, aged ninety-four. By William 
L. Strong .. . Hartford: G. Goodwin &' Sons — Printers. 1 819. 

8vo, pp. 23. AAS., NYH., UTS., Y. 93087 

S trong. a Sermon, delivered at Ellington, at the interment of 
Mrs. Lydia Ellsworth, (relict of the late Deacon Gurdon Ells- 
worth,) who died May i8th, 1806. In the 62d year of her age. 
By William L. Strong . . . Hartford: Printed by Hudson and 
Goodwin. 1806. 8vo, pp. 19. B., UTS., Y. 93088 



STRONG (w. L.). 175 

Strong. A Sermon, delivered Lord's Day, January 6, 1828, 
soon after the one hundredth anniversary of the organization of 
the church in Somers. With a sketch of some leading events in the 
history of the church and congregation. By William L Strong . . . 
Hartjord: Printed by Peter B. Gleason ^ Co. 1828. 8vo, pp. 24. 

B., C, NYH., NYP., UTS. 93089 

Cover title: Mr. Strong's Century Sermon. 

Strong. A Sermon, preached July 5, 1829, the Sabbath after 
the author's dismission. By William L. Strong . . . Hartjord: 
Printed by Peter B. Gleason &" Co. 1829. 8vo, pp. 15. 

BM., HEH., UTS. 93O9O 

The Strong Fast: or Hypocrisy in the Suds. A Hymn for the 
Occasion, t^^ Printed by Nathaniel C overly y Jun. Corner Theatre 
Alley. [Boston. i8i2.] Folio broadside. B., M. 93091 

Satirical verses attacking Governor Caleb Strong and his fast day proclamation of 
1 81 2. He is charged with advocating submission to outrages of the British. 

Strong's Almanack. -S^'^ Strong (Nehemiah). 

Strong's Side Splitting Comic Almanac. See Strong (T. W.). 

Strother (D[avid] H[unter]). Illustrated Life of General 
Winfield Scott. See no. 78409, vol. 19. hsp., minnhs, 

[Strother] . Virginia Illustrated : containing a Visit to the Vir- 
ginian Canaan, and the Adventures of Porte Crayon and his Cou- 
sins. Illustrated from Drawings by Porte Crayon. New York: ]\^m^ 
Harper £s? Brothers, Publishers, Pearl Street, Franklin Square. ^ -. i ^^ 
1857. 8^°' PP- (4)' vii-300, including illustrations in the text. ' ' / 

AAS., B., C, H., HSP., minnhs., NYP., PEAB., UTEX., VA. STATE LIB., )fP ^ ^, Q 

Y. 93092 / 

"A Visit to the Virginian Canaan" was originally issued with the same illustra- 
tions in "Harper's New Monthly Magazine," vol. 8, 1854, pp. 18—36, and the "Ad- 
ventures of Porte Crayon and his Cousins," with the exception of chapter 15, pp. 
277-291, in the same periodical, vol. 10, 1855, pp. 1-25, 289—310; vol. 11, 1855, 
pp. 289—311; vol. 12, 1856, pp. 158—178; and vol. 13, 1856, pp. 303—323. 

Republished, New York, 1 871. b., minnhs., whs. 

Also: The Capital of West Virginia and the Great Kanawha Valley, Charleston, 
1872, c, MINNHS. — Historical Address . . . July 4, 1876, Washington, 1876, ba., c, 

NYP. 

Strother illustrated Pendleton Kennedy's anonymous "Blackwater Chronicle," 
1853, our no. 37405, vol. 9, incorrectly attributed to the author's brother, John 
Pendleton Kennedy. See H. T. Tuckerman's "Life of John Pendleton Kennedy," 
1871, pp. 26 and 421. 

Strother (J. R.). The Political Issues of the Day, by J. R. 
Strother, Esq. Vicksburg [Afw5.] : Printed at the Whig Book and 
Job Office. 1859. 8vo, pp. 16. C. 93093 



1 76 STROTHER. 

Strother (John). A Treatise on the Distillation of ardent 
spirits from materials of the growth of the United States. By John 
Strother. Richmond? 1 796. 93^94 

Title from Evans. 

Strother (J[ohn] Hunt). The Golden Calf; or, The Al- 
mighty Dollar. A Satire, by J. Hunt Strother. . . . New-York: 
Printed by Geo. E. Leeje, 225 Fulton-Street. 1 854. l2mo, pp. 32. 

B., BM., BU., C, NYH., Y. 93095 

Stroud (George M[cDowell] ). Ein Abriss der Gesetze be- 
treffend die Sklaverei in verschiedenen Staaten der Vereinigten 
Staaten von Amerika; von George M. Stroud. 2. bedeutend verm, 
und abgeanderte Ausg. Philadelphia. 1856. l2mo, pp. 116. 

A translation of a Sketch of the Laws relating to Slavery, below. C. 93^9^ 

Stroud. A Sketch of the Laws relating to Slavery in the several 
States of the United States of America. By George M. Stroud. 
Philadelphia: Published by Kimber and Sharpless, No. 93 Market 
Street. I. As hmead, Printer. 1827. 8vo, pp. 180. aas., b., bm., 

C, CU., DERENNE, GTS., H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., P., PEAB., 

UTEX., WHS., WLC, Y. + Second Edition, with some alterations 
and considerable additions. . . . Philadelphia: Henry Longstreth, 
347 Market St. 1856. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by L. 
Johnson and Co. Philadelphia. Printed by Henry B Ashmead, 
George St above Eleventh. l2mo, pp. 300. 

B., H.(lAw), M., MINNHS., NYH., WHS. 93097 
An appendix "Of the Laws of the United States relating to Slavery" forms pp. 
155—170 of the first edition. 

Stroud. A Sketch of the Laws relating to Slavery in the several 

States of the United States of America. With some alterations and 

)it-f considerable additions. By George M. Stroud. Philadelphia. 1856. 

i~r^a ■■■ i2mo, pp. xii, 125. M., de renne. + [Same imprint, date and 

l^-^ collation.] [On front cover:] Second Edition. 

AAS., BA., C, H., M., NYP., P., UP. 93O98 

Contains extracts from the title entered above, as noted on the back cover, which 
states that the complete work is published by Henry Longstreth. 

One of the nyi". copies of the second edition has a cover title dated 1858. 

Copies of either the first or second of the 1856 abridged editions are located at 
UTS. and Y. 

For a German translation, sec Abriss, above. 

[Stroud]. Southern Slavery and the Christian Religion. Com- 
munication from Judge Stroud. [Colophon:] May be had at No. 
106 North Tenth Street. [Philadelphia. 1863.] l2mo, pp. 4. 

C, HSP., NYH., NYP., P. 93O99 



STROUD. 177 

Caption title. The letter from Stroud to the editor of the North American and U. S. 
Gazette, which appears on pp. 1—2, was also issued as an 8vo broadside, bm., c, hsp., 
NYH., NYP. This broadside issue is listed as no. 44 in "List of pamphlets distributed 
by the Board of Publication of the Union League of Philadelphia," which gives King 
and Baird as the publisher, and September, 1863, as the date of publication. 

Copies of either the pamphlet or the broadside are located at h., minnhs., up., and 

WHS. 

This title is included because of a cross reference from title, though of a later period 
than that now covered by this Dictionary. Other later works by the author are not 
included. 

Stroud (John H.). A Dissertation against Persecution. By 
John H. Stroud. Philadelphia: Wni. Colherty frinter, 55 South 
Fourth Street. 1855. 8vo, pp. 39. whs. 93100 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Strozzi (Alberto). iS<'^ Struzzi (Alberto). 

[Strubberg (Friedrich Armand)]. Alte und neue Heimath. 
Von Armand. Breslau: Eduard Trewendt. 1 859. 8vo, pp. vii, 
360. BM. 93101 

Title from Barba's "Life and Works of Friedrich Armand Strubberg," 1913, pub- 
lished by the University of Pennsylvania as no. 16 of the "Americana Germanica" 
series, see pp. 80 and 139. 

[Strubberg]. Amcrikanische Jagd- und Reiseabenteuer aus 7\ ^ 

meinem Leben in den westlichen Indianergebieten. Mit 24 vom \irv^ 

Verfasser nach der Naturentworfenen Skizzen. Von Armand. Stutt- " ,^ ) ^ ^S 

gart: Cotta. 1858. 8vo, pp. vi, 460. BM. 93102 <f ^ 

Title from Barba, op. cil., pp. 67 and 139, where later Stuttgart editions of 1876, / ^-' / 

1892, and 1901 are also listed. For a Dutch translation, see Jagt- en reisavonturen, ' 

below. 

[Strubberg]. An der Indianer-Grenze oder Treuer Liebe 
Lohn. Von Armand. Hannover: C. Rilmfler. 1859. 4 vols., 
8vo, pp. xxiv, 1092. BM. 93103 

Also published serially in the "Kolnische Zeitung" in 1859. A second edition, 
Weimar, 1894, forms the first part of "Armand's ausgewahlte Romane." Information 
from Barba, op. cit., pp. 76—80, and 139. 

[Strubberg]. Bis in die Wildniss. Von Armand. Breslau: E. 
Trewendt. 1858. 4 vols., 8vo, pp. (8), 312; (6), 343; (6), 
266; (6), 264. BM. 93104 

Also published serially in the "Kolnische Zeitung" in 1858. Second edition, Bres- 
lau, 1863. Information from Barba, op. cit., pp. 73—76, and 139. 

[Strubberg]. Jagt- en reisavonturen in Amerika. Naar het 
Hoogduitsch door J. J. A. Goeverneur. Utrecht: B. Dekema. 
i860. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 6, 244; 4, 37. 93105 



178 STRUBBERG. 

A Dutch translation of Amerikanische Jagd- und Reiseabenteuer, above. Title 
from Brinkman's "Catalogus ... 1850— 1882," p. 59. Collation from early ms. note 
prepared for the Dictionary. Brinkman lists a second edition, 1861. 

[Strubberg]. Ralph Norwood. Von Armand, Hannover. 
CarlRilmfler. i860. 5 vols., 8vo, xxxvi, pp. 1402. Portrait. 

Title from Barba, op cit., pp. 87 and i 39. BM. 93 I 06 

Printed at Cassel, according to the British Museum Catalogue. 

[Strubberg]. Scenen aus den Kampfen der Mexicaner und 
Nordamerikaner, von Armand .. . Breslau: E.Treivendt. 1859. 
i6mo, pp. (4), 287, (i). bm.,c. 93107 

According to Barba, p. 84, this consists of two novelettes, "Die Amerikaner in 
Mexico" and "Der Sturm von San Antonio." 

[Strubberg]. Tooneelen en schilderingen uit het leven in 
Amerika. Een verhaal naar het Hoogduitsch door T. Raven Hzn. 
Groningen: P. Noordhoff. {Amsterdam: J. H. v. d. Beek). 
i860. 2 vols., 8vo. 93108 

Title from Brinkman, p. 59. An early ms. slip prepared for this Dictionary de- 
scribes the same title with the Groningen imprint, but gives the collation as "3 vols, 
8vo" and the date as "i860 [1859]— 60." 

All of the above titles are based on Strubberg's travels in America. The majority 
of his writings were published after i860. Barba, in his "Life and Works" of 
Strubberg, 191 3, gives a synopsis of each work. 

Strudwick (Edmund). An Address before the Medical So- 
ciety of the State of North Carolina, at its first annual communica- 
tion, in Raleigh, April, 1850. Raleigh: W. W. H olden. 1850. 
8vo, pp. 14. AML. 93109 

Struggles of Capt. Thomas Keith, in America. See Keith (T.), 
no. 37237, vol. 9, B., c, NEWBERRY, and Smith (Sarah), no. 
84129, vol. 20. 

Described as fictitious in the catalogue of the Ayer Collection. 

Strunck (Amos K.). Beamten von Berks Caunty, fiir jedes 
Jahr, von 1752 bis i860. Gleichfalls, die Stimme der Caunty bey 
den Prasident-u. Gouvernors Wahlen. Von Amos K. Strunck. 
Reading: Carl Kessler, Drt4cker. 1 859. l6mo, pp. 124. 

AAS. 931 10 

On cloth cover: Berks County Officers. A German translation of the following 
title. 

Strunck. Officers of Berks County, for each year, from 1752 
to i860. Also the vote of the county at the presidential & governors' 



STRUVE. 179 

elections. By Amos K. Strunck. Reading: J. Laivrence Getz, 
Printer. 1859. i6mo, pp. 124. 

C, MINNHS., NYH., NYP. 93I I I 

Struve (Burkhard Gotthelf). Bibliotheca | Historica | In- 
structa I a I B. Burcardo Gotthelf Struvio | Aucta | a | B. Christi. 
Gottlieb Budero [ nunc vero | a | loanne Georgio Meuselio | ita 
digesta, amplificata et emendata, | ut paene nov^um opus | 'videro 
possit. I ... I Lipsiae^ \ afud Heredes W eldrnanm et Kc'ichium. \ 

MDCCLXXXII [— MDCCCIV.] | II vols., 8vo, 

B., BA., BM., C, H., NYP. 93 I I 2 
Each volume is in two parts. Vol. 3, pt. 2, relates to America. 

Struve (Gustav). Die Union vor dem Richterstuhle des gesun- 
den Menschenverstandes, von Gustav Struve. New-York: G. 
Struve. 1855. 8vo, pp. (4), 126, (l). BM.,C.93II3 

Also other works published after i860. 

Struzzi (Alberto). Dialogo sobre el comercio de los reinos de 
Castilla con las Indias, y otras partes. Impreso ano 162^. Folio. + 
[MadridF 1625.] Folio. BM. 93114 

Title of the 1624 edition from Navarrete's "Biblloteca Maritima Espafiola," vol. 
1, 1 85 1, p. 7, the author's name spelled "Strozzi." A copy of that edition is located 
in the library of San Isidro el Real in Madrid. Palau gives the imprint, Madrid, 
Sanchez, 1624. 

Stryker (James). An Oration, delivered at Woodbridge, 
New-Jersey, July 4, 1823. By James Stryker, Esq. . . . Rahway, 
N.J. Printed by James A. Bennet. 1823. 8vo, pp. 16. 

NYH. 931 15 

Stryker. Stryker's American Register and Magazine. . . . Con- |\ /^ in- 
ducted by James Stryker. . . . Volume IV [—VI.] Washington, 
W. M. Morrison. — Philadelphia, J. B. Smith & Co. — New York, • ^ ^-• 
C. S. Francis &' Co. — Brooklyn, A. S. Wilder. — Boston, C . Stimp- ^ "^ , 
son. — Albany, W. C. Little. — Buffalo, O. G. Steele. — Trenton, 
C. Scott. Phillips ^ Boswell, Printers, t^^ Communications to 
be addressed to "Judge Stryker, Trenton, N. J." [1850-185 I.] 
3 vols., 8vo, pp. iv, 9-600; 600; 600. I 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., NYH., NYP., UTEX., WHS., Y. 93 I 16 

A continuation of the "American Quarterly Register and Magazine," no. 1197, 
vol. I. 

Vols. 5—6 have varying imprints, both being published in New York. 

No more published, although the following notice appears on the verso of the half 
title of vol. 6: "Volume Seven is in an advanced state of preparation, and will appear 
speedily." 



J. 



l8o STRYKER. 

Stryker (Peter). A Historical Discourse delivered at the Last 
Service held in the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, corner of 
Broome and Greene Streets, New York Cit)% April 15, i860. By 
the pastor, Rev. Peter Stryker. Published by Request of the Con- 
sistory. New York: Board of Publication of the Reformed Prot- 
estant Dutch Churchy Synod's Rooms, 61 Franklin St. i860. 
[Verso of half title :] Hosford &' Ketcham., Stationers and Printers, 
57 and 59 William St., N. Y. l2mo, pp. 86. Frontispiece. 

AAS., B., CU., HSP., MINNHS., NYH., UTS., WHS., Y. 93II7 
Also several works with historical interest published after i860. 

Stryker's American Register and Magazine. See Stryker 
(James). 

Stuart ( ), Dr. See Stuart ([James]), M. D. of Phila- 
delphia. 

Stuart ( ), Mr., of Illinois. See Stuart ([John Todd]). 

Stuart ( ), Professor. See Stuart (Moses). 

Stuart (Alexander H[ugh] H[olmes]). Anniversary Ad- 
dress before the American Institute of the City of New-York, at 
the Broadway Tabernacle, October i8, 1844, during the Seven- 
teenth Annual Fair. By the Hon. Alexander H. H. Stuart. New- 
York: Jam.es Van Norden ^ Co., Printers, No. 60 William- 
Street. 1844. 8vo, pp. 27. BM., C, CU., NYH. 93I l8 

Stuart. Importance of Diversified Employments — Harmony 
of Interests, Northern and Southern. Address of Hon. Alexander 
H. H. Stuart, before the Central Agricultural Society of Virginia, 
at Richmond, October 28, 1859. V^^ ^o^t of p. I :] Printed by 
hcmucl Towers. [Washington. 1859.] 8vo, pp. 16. 

Caption title. Supplied by E. W. Winkler. UTEX. 93 I I9 

Stuart. Proposition submitted by Mr. Stuart, for amending the 
constitution of the United States. [Richmond? i860?] 8vo, pp. 2. 

Caption title. B. 93 I 20 

Stuart. Remarks of Mr. A. H. H. Stuart, of Virginia, on the 
Veto Message of the President, returning with his objections the 
bill extending the laws for laying and collecting the Duties on Im- 
ports. Delivered in the House of Representatives, June 30, 1842. j 
Washington: Printed at the National Intelligencer Office. 1 842. 
8vo, pp. 1 1. M. 9312 1 



STUART (a. H.). i8i 

Stuart. Speech of Mr. Stuart, of Virginia, on the Bill to incor- 
porate the Subscribers to the Fiscal Bank of the United States. De- 
livered in the House of Representatives, August 2, 1 841. Washing- 
ton: Printed by Gales and Seaton. 184 1. 8vo, pp. 20. aas., b., 

BA., C, CU., M., NYH., P., Y. + [w. ^. 184I?] 8vo, pp. I5. 

C, CU., NYP. 93122 

The second edition listed has caption title only, the author given as Mr. A. H. H. 
Stuart. 

Stuart. Speech of Mr. Stuart, of Virginia, on the Tariff Bill. 
Delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 8th of July, 1842. 
[Washington. 1842.] 8vo, pp. 24. aas., ba., c. 93123 

Caption title. 

Stuart. Speech of the Hon. Alexander H. H. Stuart, of Vir- 
ginia delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States 
on the Proviso of the Naval Appropriation Bill in relation to the 
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery on the 28th February, 1843. 
[Washington. 1 843.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 4. c. 93124 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stuart. Substance of the Remarks of Mr. Stuart of Augusta, 
on the Motion of Mr. Segar of Northampton, to postpone indefi- 
nitely the consideration of the report of the Committee of Roads 
and Internal Navigation, recommending a general system of im- 
provement. Delivered in the House of Delegates on Thursday, the 
eighth day of Feb., eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. Richmond: 
Shepherd &' Colin, Printers. I 838. 8vo, pp. 23. 

VA.STATE LIB. 93 I 25 

Title from Swem's "Bibliography of Virginia," pt. i, 1916. 
Also other works published after i860. 

Stuart (Alvan). 5^^ Stewart (Alvan). 

[Stuart (Andrew)], b. 1786, d. 1840. An Account of the 
Endowments for Education in Lower Canada, and of the Legis- 
lative and other Public Acts for the Advancement thereof, from 
the cession of the country in 1763 to the present time. [Colophon :] 
Norman and Skeen, Printers, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden. 
[London. 1 838.] 8vo, pp. 132. 

BM., can.parl.lib., WHS. 93 1 26 

Caption title. Dated at end: "London, 13th June, 1838." 

Attributed to Andrew Stuart and William Badgley in Morgan's "Bibliotheca 
Canadensis," 1867. 

Information supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

VOL. XXIV. 12 



l82 STUART (anDREw). 

[Stuart]. Notes upon the South Western Boundary Line of 
the British Provinces of Lower Canada and New Brunswick, and 
the United States of America. Quebec: Printed by T. Gary ^ 
Co.y Freemason^ s Hall. 1830. 8vo, pp. 58. 

CAN.ARCH., TORONTO P.L. 93 I 27 

Title from the printed catalogue of pamphlets in the Canadian Archives, 193 1. For 
an 1839 edition, see no. SS976, vol. 13. c, can. arch., whs. 

[Stuart]. Review of the Proceedings of the Legislature of 
Lower Canada in the session of 1831 ; with an Appendix contain- 
ing some important documents now first given to the public. . . . 
Montreal: Published by Thomas A. Starke. 1 832. [Verso of 
title:] Printed by Archibald Ferguson, No. 15, Notre Dame \ 
Street, Montreal. 8vo, pp. (4), 231, appendix 292. 

BA., c, H., NYP. 93128 

Colophon of appendix: T. A. Starke, Printer, Notre Dame Street, Montreal. 

[Stuart]. Succinct Account of the Treaties and Negociations 
between Great Britain and the United States of America, relating 
to the boundary between the British Possessions of Lower Canada I 
and New Brunswick, in North America, and the United States of 
America. [Colophon:] ThomSy Printer, 12, Warivlck Square. 
[London. 1838.] 8vo, pp. contents (2), 2o6. 2 folded maps, 
diagr. B., bm., c, cu., whs., wlc. 93129 

Caption title. 

Signed, "A. Stuart," and dated, "Tavistock Hotel, London. I4.th July, 1838." 
For a number of contributions by Stuart to the "Transactions" of the Literary and 
Historical Society of Quebec, see Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 1867. 

Stuart (Andrew), b. 1823, d. 1872. Nebraska and Kansas. 
Speech of Hon. Andrew Stuart, of Ohio, in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, May 20, 1854. [Colophon:] Printed at the Congres- 
sional Globe Office. [Washington. 1854.] 8vo, pp. 7. 

Caption title. Supplied by E. W. Winkler. C, UTEX. 9313O 

Stuart (C.) See Stuart (C[harles]). 

Stuart (C. E.) See Stuart (C[harles] E[dward]). 

Stuart (Carlos D). lanthe: and other Poems. By Carlos D. 
Stuart. . . . Nrzv York: C. L. Stlckney, 140 Fulton Street, Second 
Floor. J. C. Wadlelgh, 459 Broadivay. 1 843. [Verso of title:] 
W. B. &" T. Smith, Print. 89 Nassau Street. l2mo, pp. 2 2 2, (2). 
Frontispiece. aas., c, nvh., nyp., utex., y. 93 13 1 

Contains several poems of historical interest. 



STUART (CHARLEs). I 83 

Stuart (C[harles]), b. 1783? d. 1865. The American Col- 
onization Scheme further Unravelled. ... By C. Stuart. Bath: 
Printed by John and James Keene, 7, Kings-mead Street. [1833.] 
8vo, pp. 30. B., UTS. 93132 

Dated by reference on p. lo to a pamphlet by Dr. T. Hodgkin, "just produced." 
This is identified as his "Inquiry into the Merits of the American Colonization 
Society," 1833. 

Stuart. The Emigrant's Guide to Upper Canada; or, Sketches 
of the Present State of that Province, collected from a residence 
therein during the years 1817, i8i8, 181 9. Interspersed with re- 
flections. By C. Stuart, Esq. retired Captain of the Honorable the 
East India Company's service, and one of His Majesty's Justices 
of the Peace for the Western District of Upper Canada. . . . Lon- 
don: Published by Lofigman, Hurst, Rees, Or?ne, and Brotvn. 
Paternoster-row. 1 820. [Verso of title:] Barnard and Farley, 
Skinner Street, London. l2mo, pp. xi, 335, colophon ( I ), and slip 
of errata between the sixth and seventh leaves. 

BA., BM., BODLEIAN, C, CAN.ARCH., CAN.PARL.LIB., FAC.ADV., H., 

NYH., NYP., WHS. 93 I 33 

The description of the author on the title corresponds to facts in the life of the 
abolitionist, Charles Stuart. 

Stuart. Immediate Emancipation safe and profitable for mas- 
ters; — happy for slaves; — right in government; — advantageous to 
the nation; — would interfere with no feelings but such as are de- 
structive; — cannot be postponed without continually increasing 
danger. An outline for it, and Remarks on Compensation. By 
Charles Stewart. Reprinted from the (Eng.) Quarterly Magazine 
and Review, for April, 1832. Second American Edition. New- 
buryfort: Published by Charles Whiffle. 1 838. 8vo, pp. 35, 
advertisement (l). 

B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., PRINCETON, 
For earlier editions, see West India Question, below. WHS., Y. 93^34- 

[Stuart]. Is Slavery Defensible from Scripture? To the Rev. 
Dr. Hincks, Killileagh. [Colophon :] Printed at the Belfast News- 
Letter Office. [1831.] 8vo, pp. 15. 2-93135 

Caption title. Signed and dated on p. 14.: "C. Stuart. Cotfield, i6th February, 
1831." 

Stuart. A Letter on the American Colonization Society, ad- 
dressed to the Editor of the "Herald of Peace." December ist, 
1 83 1. By Captain C. Stuart. Birmingham: Printed by B. Hud- 
son, Bull Street. 1832. l2mo, pp. 14. B., NYP. 93136 



184 STUART (cHARLEs). 

Stuart. A Letter to Thomas Clarkson, by James Cropper. And 
Prejudice Vincible; or The Practicability of conquering prejudice 
by better means than by slavery and exile ; in relation to the Amer- 
ican Colonization Society. By C. Stuart. . . . Liver fool: Printed by 
Egerton Smith and Co.y Lord-street. 1832. 8vo, pp. 24. 

BA., BODLEIAN, NYP., UTS. 93 I 37 

Stuart. ... A Letter to Thomas Clarkson, by James Cropper: 
and Prejudice Vincible; or the Practicability of conquering Preju- 
dice by better means than by Slavery and Exile; in relation to the 
American Colonization Society. By C. Stuart. . . . New-York: 
Re f Tinted jrom an English Edition. 1 833. 410, pp. 15. 

With heading: "Supplement to the Emancipator." "' Vj j" 

Also issued as no. i of vol. I of the "Anti-Slavery Reporter," June, 1833. .\as., 

c, cu., Y. Reprinted in "British Opinions of the American Colonization Society," 

1833. AAS., c, Y. Reviewed in Leonard Bacon's anonymous "Review of Pamphlets," 

1833. AAS., BA., C, H., NVP. 

Stuart. Liberia; or, The American Colonization Scheme Ex- 
amined and Exposed. A full and authentic Report of a Lecture 
delivered by C. Stuart, Esq., at a public meeting in the Rev. Mr. 
Anderson's Chapel, Glasgow, 15th April, 1833. Glasgow: W.R. 
McPhun, &' George Gallie. 1 833. l6mo, pp. 24. H. 93 1 39 

Stuart. A Memoir of Granville Sharp, to which is added 
Sharp's "Law of Passive Obedience," and an Extract from his 
"Law of Retribution." By Charles Stuart. New-York: Published 
by the American Anti-Slavery Society, No. 144 Nassau Street. 
William S. Dorr, Printer. 1836. l2mo, pp. 156. Frontispiece 
portrait. 

AAS., B., CU., H., NYH., NYP., PEAB., PRINCETON, UP., UTS., WHS., 

Y. 93140 

Stuart. Oneida and Oberlin, or A Call, addressed to British 
Christians and Philanthropists, affectionately inviting their sympa- 
thies, their prayers, and their assistance, in favour of the Christians 
and Philanthropists of the United States of North America, for the 
extirpation, by our aid, of that slavery which we introduced into 
those states, while they were under our power. By Charles Stuart. 
. . . Bristol: Published by Wright and Albright, Avon Street, Great 
Gardens. 1841. 8vo, pp. 20. M. 9314I 

Stuart. Remarks on the Colony of Liberia and the American 
Colonization Society. With some account of the settlement of col- 
oured people, at Wilberforce, Upper Canada. By C. Stuart. Lon- 



STUART (CHARLEs). 185 

don: Printed by J. Messeder, 201, High Holborn. 1 832. 8vo, pp. 

16. B., H., NYP., UTS. 93142 

[Stuart]. A Short History and Description of the Ojibbeway 
Indians now on a visit to England. With correct likenesses, en- 
graved from daguerreotype plates, taken by M. Claudet. . . . Lon- 
don, MDCCCXLIV. [Verso of title:] Vizrtrlly Brothers and Co. 
Printers and Engravers y Peterborough Court, 135 Fleet Street. 
i2mo, pp. 30, including frontispiece, c, heh., nyp., whs. 93143 

The account is anonymous, but the work includes a communication from C. Stuart 
describing the rescue of a fugitive slave by Arthur Rankin, who accompanied the 
Indians to England, pp. 21—30. 

Stuart. The West India Question. Immediate Emancipation 
would be safe for the masters; — profitable for the masters; — happy 
for the slaves; — right in the government; — advantageous to the 
nation; — would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgrace- 
ful and destructive; — cannot be postponed without continually in- 
creasing danger. An Outline for Immediate Emancipation; and 
Remarks on Compensation. By Charles Stuart. Reprinted from 
the Quarterly Magazine and Review, of April, 1832. London: 
Slmpkin and Marshall, Stationers^ Hall Court; and Edmund Fry, 
73, Houndsditch. MDCCCXXXii. [Colophon:] Wright & Bag- 
nail, Printers, Bridge-Street, Bristol. 8vo, pp. 44. B., BM., cu., H., 
NYP., PEAB., UTS., Y. + Reprinted from the (Eng.) Quarterly 
Magazine and Review, of April, 1832. New Haven: Hexekiah 
Howe ^ Co. 1833. [Verso of title:] Printed by He%ekiah Howe 

<y Co. 8vo, pp. 43. AAS., B., BM., H., HSP., NYH., NYP., P., 

PRINCETON, UTS., Y. + Second American Edition. Newbury- 
fort: Charles Whiffle. 1 835. l2mo, pp. 35, advertisement (l). 

AAS., B., C, cu., H., NYP., Y. 93144 
The author's name is spelled "Stewart" in the title of the 1835 edition. For an 
1838 edition, see Immediate Emancipation, above. 

Stuart ([Charles Beebe]). Engineers' Report for supplying 
the City of Rochester with water from various sources, made to the 
Directors of the Rochester Water Works Co. by Stuart & Marsh, 
civil engineers. New York, October 1st, 1853. NewYork: Baker, 
Godzvin £ff Co., Book and Job Printer, Corner Nassau and Sfruce 
Streets. 1 853. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 49. WHS. 93 1 45 

Signed: "Charles B. Stuart, Daniel Marsh, firm of Stuart, Serrell & Co., civil 
engineers. New York. 

Information supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Stuart. Engineers' Report on the Niagara Ship Canal made to 
the Commissioners appointed by the Legislature of New York, by 



I 86 STUART ( CHARLES B.). 

Charles B, Stuart, engineer-in-chief, and Edward W. Serrell, asso- 
ciate-engineer. February 15th, 1854. New York: Baker, God- 
win y Co.y Book and Job Printers, Corner Nassau and Spruce 
Streets. 1854. 8vo, pp. 26. Folded map. B., c, WHS. 93146 

Stuart. The Naval and Mail Steamers of the United States. 
By Charles B. Stuart, Engineer-in-Chief of the United States Navy. 
Author of the "Naval Dry Docks of the United States." Illustrated 
with thirty-six fine engravings. New-York: Charles B. Norton, 
Irving House. London: Sampson Low, Son ^ Co. m.dccc.liii. 
[Verso of title:] Baker, Godwin ^ Co., Printers, corner of Nas- 
sau and Spruce Streets, New York. 4to, pp. 216, advertisements 
21, (i). 34 plates, six of which are double, and portrait, c, H., 
NVH., NYP., UP., Y. -\~ Second Edition. [Same imprints and date.] 
4to, pp. 216, 4, advertisements 21, (l). 36 plates, eight of which 
are double, and portrait. 

AAS., B., BM., H., JOHNCRERAR, NYP., PEAB., PRINCETON 93I47 

None of the copies examined of the first edition have more than 35 engravings, 
counting the portrait. 

The four pages at the end of the second edition contain a reply to a review of the 
author's "Naval Dry Docks of the United States," published in "Appleton's Maga- 
zine" for December, 1852, containing some passages objected to by the publishers of 
th:it journ.il. 

Stuart. The Naval Dry Docks of the United States. By 
Charles B. Stuart. . . . Illustrated with twenty-four fine engravings 
on steel. New York: Charles B. Norton, Irving House. London: 
John Wealc, 59 High Holborn. m.dccc.lii. [Verso of title:] 
Baker, Godwin 6? Co., Printers^ corner of Nassau and Spruce 
Streets, New York. 4to, pp. (4), 125, verso blank, 93, (l). 24 
plates, c, heh., nyp., p., peab., Princeton, up., utex. + 
Second Edition. [Same imprints and date.] 4to, pp. (4), 1 13, 83, 
(l), advertisements (14). 24 plates. BM., H., nyh., nyp. + 
[Same imprints.] m. dccc.lv. Folio, pp. (12), 9-1 13, 83, (i), 
12, (2), list of books ( I ). 24 plates. B. 93148 

Part First: Granite Dry Docks. Part Second; Floating Dry Docks. 

The smaller number of pages in the second edition is caused by the printing of the 
descriptions of the plates on both sides of the leaves, whereas they appear only on the 
recto in the first edition. 

Also: The Fourth Edition. New York. 1870. h. 

See also note on Naval and Mail Steamers, above. 

Stuart. Report of Charles B. Stuart, Chief Engineer, of the 
Lockport and Niagara Falls Railroad Company, to the Directors. 
Showing the estimated cost, and probable income of the road, if 



STUART (CHARLES B.). I 87 

extended from Lockport to Rochester. Second edition. September 
1,1847. {Rochester. 1847. ] 8vo, pp. ii. Map, 

Title supplied by Thomas W. Streeter. T.W.STREETER 93 I 49 

For the first edition, see no. 41746, vol. 10. c. 

Stuart. Report on the Great Western Railway. 1847. ^^^ 
note following no. 28478, vol. 7. C, can. arch., nyp. 

Stuart. Report ... on the Rochester and Corning Railroad, 
May I, 1847. Rochester. 1848. 8vo. Map, bm. 93150 

Stuart. Water- Works of the United States. 1855. 9315 1 

A doubtful title from Appleton. 

Also, other works published after i860. 

Stuart (C[harles E[dward] ). Internal Improvements. Speech 
of Hon. C. E. Stuart, of Michigan, in the House of Representatives, 
Friday, July 21, 1848 on the Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation 
Bill, [At foot of p, I :] Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. 
{Washington. 1848,] 8vo, pp, 7. C. 93152 

Caption title. Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stuart, President's Message and Lecompton Constitution. 
Speech of Hon, C. E. Stuart, of Michigan, on Kansas Affairs. De- 
livered in the Senate of the United States, December 28, 1857. [-^^ 
foot of p. I :] Lemuel Towers y Printer. {Washington. 1 858?] 

8vo, pp. l6. AAS., BA., C, NYP., Y. 93153 

Caption title. 

Stuart. Remarks of Senators Pugh of Ohio, and Stuart of 
Michigan, on the eligibility of Mr. Trumbull. Delivered in the 
Senate of the United States, March 3, 4, and 5, 1856. Washing- 
ton: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. [1856.] 8vo, 
pp. 15. NYP. 93154 

Stuart. Speech of Hon, C, E, Stuart, of Michigan, against the 
Admission of Kansas. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, 
March 22, 1858. [Colophon:] Printed by Lemuel Towers. 
{Washington. 1858,] 8vo, pp. 16. ba., cu., H., heh. 93155 

Caption title. 

Stuart. Speech of Hon. C. E. Stuart, of Michigan, on the bill 
to establish a Territorial Government for California: delivered in 
the House of Representatives, February 26, 1849. Washington: 
Pnntedat the Globe Office. 1849. ^^O' PP- ^- ^' 93^5^ 



l88 STUART (cHARLES E.). 

Stuart. Speech of Hon. C. E. Stuart, of Michigan, on the 
Lecompton Constitution, and the Report of the Committee of Con- 
ference. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 28, 
1858. [At foot of p. I :] Printed by Lemuel Towers. [^Washing- 
ton. 1858.] 8vo, pp. 16. AAS., BA., Y. 93157 
Caption title. 

Stuart. Speech of Hon. Charles E. Stuart, of Michigan, de- 
livered in the Senate of the United States, August 8, 1 856. [ Wash- 
ington: Printed at H. Polkinhorn*s Steam Book &' Job Printing 
Ojfice. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 7. BA.,c. 93158 

Caption title. On the Kansas question. — c. 

Stuart (D[avid]). An | Oration, | in | Commemoration | of 
the I Founders | of | William and Mary College, | delivered on the 
Anniversary | of its | Foundation, | August 15, 1772. | By D. 
Stuart, Student. | Williamsburg: | Printed by William^ Rind, \ 

M,DCC,LXXII. I 4t0, pp. 10. JOB. 93159 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Stuart (Ferdinand Smyth). See Smyth (John Ferdinand 
Dalziel). 

[Stuart (George Okill)]. Mentoriana. See no. 47873, vol. 
12. 

The H. copy which is attributed in ms. to Stuart, was the gift of the author. 

Stuart (Gilbert). Catalogue of an Exhibition of Portraits, 
painted by the late Gilbert Stuart, Esq. [Colophon:] Eastburn — 
Printer — Congress Street. [Boston. 1828.] 8vo, pp. 8. B., BA. 
+ [Another issue without the colophon, Boston, 1 828.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

B. 93160 

The first issue includes 182 numbers in the list of paintings, and the second, :n 
printed numbers, nos. 212-216 added in ms. 

The exhibition was held in 1828, in the gallery of the Boston Athenaeum, for the 
benefit of Stuart's widow and children. See Whitley's "Gilbert Stuart," 1932, p. 215. 

Stuart (Henri L.). W. H. Powell's Historical Picture of the 
Mississippi by De Soto a.d. 1541 ... With ... a brief biography of 
Mr. Powell, followed by a full . . . description of the composition 
of tlie painting . . . Prepared by H. L. Stuart. New York. 1854. 
8vo. BM. 93161 

Stuart (I[saac] W[illiam]). Address before the Hartford 
County Agricultural Society, October 3, 1845. ^Y Hon. I. W. 



STUART (l. W.). 189 

Stuart. Together with the Reports of the Committees, and the 
Transactions of the Society. . . . Hartjord: Printed by E. Glcason. 

1845. 8vo, pp. 83, (l). HEH., P., UTS. 93162 

[Stuart]. Hartford in the Olden Time. See Hartford, no. 
30665, vol. 8. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTEX., UTS., WHS., 
WLC, Y. 

According to Trumbull's "Memorial History of Hartford County," vol. i, 1886, 
p. 168, the above was a series of papers originally contributed by Stuart to the 
"Hartford Courant." 

Stuart. Life of Captain Nathan Hale the Martyr-Spy of the 
American Revolution. By I. W. Stuart. . . . With illustrations. 
Hartford: Published by F. A. Brown. 1856. [Verso of title:] 
Press of Case, Tiffany and Comfany. i2mo, pp. (4), xii, (2), 
13-230, blank recto, errata (i), including illustrations. 8 plates. 

B., BM., C, H., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., PEAB., WHS., 

WLC, Y. + Second Edition, enlarged and improved. Hartford: 
Published by F. A. Broivn. New York, D. Affleton & Co: D. 
Burgess ^ Co. Boston, Sanborn, Carter ^ Bazin. 1856. [Verso 
of title:] Stereotyped by Richard H. Hobbs, Hartford, Conn. 
i2mo, pp. (4), xii, (2), 13-271, 12, including illustrations. 8 

plates. AAS., C, HEH., M., NYP., PRINCETON. 93 I 63 

The appendix in both editions includes a genealogy of the family of Captain 
Nathan Hale by Rev. Edward E. Hale, and the diary of Nathan Hale in 1775 and 
1776. 

Stuart. Life of Jonathan Trumbull, Sen., Governor of Con- 
necticut. By I. W. Stuart. . . . Boston: Crocker and Brewster. 
1859. [Verso of title:] R. H. Hobbs, Stereotyfer, Hartford, Conn. 
8vo, pp. (2), 700, including illustrations in the text. Plate and 3 
portraits all colored, aas., b., ba., bm., c, h., heh., hsp., m., 

MINNHS., NYH., NYP., PEAB., UTEX., UTS., WHS., Y. + Second 

Edition. [Same imprints, date and collation.] nyp., wlc. 93164 

Reissued from the same plates, Hartford, 1878. 

Stuart (J.). .S^^ Stuart (James), b. 1780, d. 1853. 

Stuart (J.). A Sketch of the Cherokee and Choctaw Indians. 
Little Rock. 1837. 8vo, pp. 112. 93165 

Title from the catalogue of the Turner sale at Bangs', May 28, i860, lot no. 278. 

Stuart (J. P.). 5^^ Stuart (J[ames] P.). 
Stuart (J. T.) See Stuart ([John Todd]). 



I go STUART (jAMEs). 

Stuart ([James]), M.D., oj Philadelphia. Directions | for | 
Medicine Chests, | prepared by [ Bankson & Stuart, | No. 159, 
South Front-Street, | Philadelphia, j With | a Short Treatise, | of 
the I Diseases most Incident to Seamen. | By Dr. Stuart. | Phila- 
delfhioy I Printed by Ormrod and Carrody at the Old Sign | of 
Franklin^ s Heady No. 41, | Chesnut-Street. \ May 9, I 795. | 8vo, 
pp. 8. c. 93166 

Name supplied from Philadelphia directory for 1795. 

Stuart. A | Dissertation | on the | Salutary Effects | of | 
Mercury, | in | Malignant Fevers. | By James Stuart, | a Native 
of Virginia, and Resident Member of the | Academy of Medicine 
of Philadelphia. | . . . | Philadelfhia: \ Printed by Thomas i^ Sam- 
uel F. Bradford, \ No. 8, South Front Street. \ 1 798. | 8v^o, pp. 

(12), 37. AAS., AML., BM., C, P. 93167 

Reprinted in Caldwell's "Medical Theses," vol. 2, 1806. 

Stuart (James), h. 1775, d. 1849. -^^'^ jaren in Noord 
Amerika, door James Stuart . . . Gevolgd naar den derden Engel- 
schen druk ... Gorinchem: J. Noorduyn. 1835 [—1836]. 3 
vols., 8vo, engraved title, and pp. xvi, 404, errata (i), 2 plates; 
engraved title, and pp. vii, 382; engraved title, and pp. vii, 386, 
errata (i). c. 93168 

A Dutch translation of Three Years in North America, below. 

Stuart. Refutation of Aspersions on "Stuart's Three Years in 
North America." By James Stuart, Esq. . . . London: Printed for 
Whittaker ^ Co. Ave Maria Lane, ^ Robert Cadell, Edinburgh. 
1834. [Verso of title:] London: Gilbert and Rivingtony Printer Sy 
St, John^s Square. l2mo, pp. 108. 

BA., BM., BODLEIAN, CAN.ARCH., FAC.ADV., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 

WLC, Y. 93169 
Occasioned by letters written by Major Norman Pringle to the Edinburgh Evening 
Courant in October and November, 1833, reprinted in the appendix, pp. 87-102. 

Stuart. Three Years in North America. By James Stuart, 
Esq. ... In two volumes. . . . Edinburgh: Printed for Robert Ca- 
dell, Edinburgh; and Whittaker and Co. London, mdcccxxxiii. 
[Colophon:] Edinburgh: Printed by John Stark, Old Assembly 
Close. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. ix, 495, (1), frontispiece folded map; vi, 

(2), 580. AAS., BA., C, CU., FAC.ADV., H., HEH., NYP., P., 

u.CHic, UTEX., UTS., WRHS. + Second Edition, revised. [Same 
publishers' imprint and date.] [Colophon:] London: Gilbert and 
Rivington, Printers, St. Jolm^s Square. 2 vols., I2mo, pp. xii, 525, 



STUART (jAMEs). I9I 

(l); viii, 544. BM., BODLEIAN, C, MINNHS., PRINCETON, Y. + 

Third Edition, revised. [Same imprints, date, and collation.] B., 
H., NYP. + From the Second London Edition. In two volumes. 
. . . New-York: Printed and fubl'tshed by J . ^ J . Harper^ No. 82 
Cliff-Street . . . 1833. 2 vols., i2mo, pp. 334; (2), v-vii, 9-337. 

AAS., B., C, DERENNE, HEH., NYH., NYP., P., PEAB., PRINCETON, 
For a Dutch translation, see Drie Jaren, above. UP., WHS., WRHS. 9317O 

Stuart (James), b. 1780, d. 1853. Appendix to a Letter from 
James Stiiart, Esquire, to the Right Hon. Lord Goderich, &c., &c. 
[London. 1831.] Folio, pp. 147. 93^71 

Text in English and French. Title from Gagnon, vol. i, 1895. 
For the Letter, see Copy of a Letter, below. 

Stuart. Catalogue of the Library of the late Hon. Sir James 
Stuart, Bart., Chief Justice of Lower Canada. Quebec: Printed by 
LovelL i^ LamoureuXj No. I2, Mountain Street. 1 854. 8vo, pp. 
125. NYP. 93172 

Stuart. Copy of a Letter from James Stuart, Esq., to the Right 
Hon. Lord Viscount Goderich, relating to animadversions and im- 
putations on his conduct and character in certain proceedings of the 
Assembly of Lower Canada. [London. 183 1.] Folio, pp. xliii. 
-{-[London. 1831?] Folio, pp. xx, 6 1 . -\- Quebec. 1832. Folio. 

BM. 93173 

Texts in English and French. Titles of the London editions from Gagnon, vol. I, 
1895. 

See also Appendix, above. 

Stuart. Copy of a Memorial from James Stuart, Esquire, His 
Majesty's Attorney General for the Province of Lower Canada, to 
the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Goderich, one of His Majesty's 
principal Secretaries of State. [London. 1 83 1.] Folio, pp. 215. 

Text in French and English. Title and note from Gagnon, vol. i, 1895. Vo / t" 
The BM. Catalogue lists the copy of an issue of the above, possibly the same, with 
the supplied imprint and date, Quebec, 1832? and states that it relates to Stuart's 
suspension by the Governor in chief from the office of Attorney General. 

Stuart. Copy of a Petition from James Stuart, to His Majesty 
and of a memoir or statement in explanation and support of it, re- 
lating to an address of the Assembly of Lower Canada, praying for 
the dismissal of the said James Stuart from the office of Aattorney 
[sic] general for that Province. [London. 1831?] Folio, pp. 70. 

Title from Gagnon, vol. 2, 1913, including the typographical error. 93^75 



1^2 STUART (jAMEs). 

Stuart. Correspondence of James Stuart, Esquire, with the 
Right Hon. Spring Rice, Lord Aylmer, and others, on subjects 
connected with his suspension and removal from the office of At- 
torney General of Lower Canada, [n. f. 1835?] Folio, pp. 10. 

NYH. 93176 

Caption title. The letters are dated at London, and Quebec, the latest, "Quebec, 
20th June, 1835." Gagnon supplies the imprint, [London]. 

Stuart. Letter from James Stuart, Esq., to the Right Hon. 
Lord Viscount Goderich, &c., relative to certain false imputations, 
and untrue allegations of fact, made by D. B. Viger, Esq., in written 
and printed Communications addressed to His Lordship, under the 
title of "Observations, etc". [London. 1832?] Folio, pp. 36. 

93177 

Title from Gagnon, vol. i, 1895. For the Observations, see Viger (Denis Ben- 
jamin). 

[Stuart]. Letter to his Majesty's Under Secretary of State, 
respecting a plan for a General Union of the British Provinces, and 
on the subject of the proposed Union of the Canadas. London: 
Printed by W. Clowes, Northumberland-Court. 1 824. 8vo, pp. 
27. can.arch., h.(law). 93178 

Signed on p. 23: J. Stuart. 

[Stuart]. Observations on the Proposed Union of the Prov- 
inces of Upper and Lower Canada, under one legislature, respect- 
fully submitted to his Majesty's Government, by the Agent of the 
Petitioners for that measure. London: Printed by William Cloives, 
Northumberland-Court, mdcccxxiv. 8vo, pp. (4), 1 15. 

CAN.ARCH., CAN.PARL.LIB., H.(lAw). 93179 

Signed on p. 83, J. Stuart, Agent for Petitioners for Union of Upper and Lower 
Canada, and dated, London, June 6, 1823. 

The above is a description of the h. copy. Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 
1867, gives the collation as pp. 114, and the can.arch. catalogue, 1931, pp. US, 8. 

Stuart. Petition against the Seigniorial Tenure Bill of 1853, ^Y 
the late Sir James Stuart. Quebec: Printed by Lovell and Lamou- 
rrux, Mountain Street. [1853.] Folio, pp. 5 and leaf with title 
docketed on verso. H. 93 1 80 

Caption title on p. 3: Petition. The foUovv'ing Petition ... was prepared by the 
late Sir James Stuart, it having been his intention to present it to the Governor 
General, had that measure passed the Legislative Council. 

[Stuart]. Remarks on a Plan Intituled "A Plan for a Genaral 
[sic] Legislative Union of the British Provinces, in North Amer- 



STUART (jAMES F.). I 93 

ica." London: Printed by W. Ciotvcs, Northumberland-Court. 

MDCCCXXIV. 8vo, pp. 20, C, CAN.ARCH, 93181 

Attribution from Catalogue of Pamphlets ... in the Public Archives of Canada, 
1931. Improved entry of our no. 69403, vol. 16. Entered In c. printed cards under 
title, with Major Wilford suggested as author because of a reference in "Observa- 
tions on the policy of a general union of all the British Provinces of North America," 
London, 1824, p. 4. 

See also: Correspondence between Lt.-Col. Glegg . . . and James Stuart, no. 27567, 
vol. 7. 

Stuart (James F.). Land Titles in California, n. f. [ 1 86-? ] 
Svo, pp. 1 8. 93182 

Caption title. Supplied from b. printed card for a copy not now located. 

Stuart (J[ames] P.). America and the Americans versus the 
Papacy and the Catholics: a lecture delivered in the New Jerusalem 
Temple, Cincinnati, Sunday evening, March 6th, 1853. By Rev. 
J. P. Stuart, A.M., Pastor of the First New Jerusalem Society, Cin- 
cinnati. Cincinnati: Published by E. Mendenhally Walnut Street^ 
above Fourth. 1853. 8vo, pp. 20. BM., hsp. 93183 

Reprinted in the appendix of "Popery Adjudged . . . extracted from the works of 
Emanuel Swedenborg," Boston, 1854, pp. 94—102. minnhs. 
Author's name supplied from Cincinnati directory for 1853. 

Stuart. Reasons for leaving the Presbyterian Ministry, and 
adopting the principles of the New Jerusalem Church. Being a 
Letter to the Knox Presbytery, and the Substance of an Address 
read before the Western New Church Convention, at Cincinnati, 
May, 1845. -^y Rev- J- P- Stuart, a.m. Cincinnati: Published by 
A. Peabody. W. L. Mendenhally 106 Main Street. 1 845. l2mo, 
pp.48. B. 93184 

Stuart (John), yd Earl of Bute, b. 17 13, d. 1792. See A 
Letter to the . . . Earl of B***, no. 40527, vol. 10. 

Stuart ([John]), oj Greenbrier ^ b. 1749, d. 1 823. Memoir 
of Indian Wars, and other occurrences; by the late Colonel Stuart, 
of Greenbrier. Presented to the Virginia Historical and Philosoph- 
ical Society, by Chas. A. Stuart, of Augusta, son of the narrator. 
^Richmond. 1833.] 8vo, pp. [35]-68. 

AAS., B., C, CU., H., M., NEWBERRY, NYP., WHS., Y. 93 I 85 

Forms part of Va. Hist. & Phil. Soc. "Collections," vol. i, 1833. 

According to Winsor, vol. 6, p. 714, the Memoir was also issued separately, and a 
cutting from an unidentified sale catalogue gives the title as follows: Memoir of 
Indian Wars and other Occurrences in the early History of Western Virginia, par- 
ticularly of the Battle of Point Pleasant. By Col. John Stuart of Greenbriar, Va., on 
Officer of Provincial Troops on that occasion. Richmond. 1833. Svo. 



194 STUART (jOHn). 

Printed again from the MS., with a preliminary note signed, Wm. McC, in Mag. 
of Amer. Hist., vol. i, 1877, pp. 668-679. 

For a sketch of the author, see West Va. Hist. Mag. Quart., vol. 5, 1905, pp. 119- 
127. 

[Stuart, i.e. .Stewart (John)], b. about 1758, d. 1834. 
Petitions from Prince Edward Island. See Prince Edward Island, 
no. 65636, vol. 15. H. 

Signed, J. Stewart. This cross reference should have been made from John Stewart, 
the author being the John Stewart who wrote the "Account of Prince Edward Island," 
above, ^ee Warburton's "History of Prince Edward Island," 1923, pp. 336-344. 

Stuart (John), Assistant-Surgeon in H.M.B. Lady Franklin. 
The Relief of the Franklin Expedition: What has been done, and 
what may yet be donf . By John Stuart, a.m. late Assistant-Surgeon 
in H.M.B. Lady Franklin. With an outline chart. Edinburgh: R. 
Grant &' Son, 82 Prince's Street; London: George Bell, Fleet 
Street. Dublin: /. Macglashan. Glasgow: M. Ogle &' Son. 
Aberdeen: Leivis Smith. MDCCC.Lll. 8vo, pp. 67. Folded map. 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. BM., FAC.ADV., Y. 93 I 86 

Stuart (John A.). An Oration, delivered before Harmony 
Lodge No. 22, Beaufort, S. C. on St. John the Evangelist's Day. 
By Brother John A. Stuart. . . . December 27, 1 825. Charleston^ 
S.C. Printed by C. C. Sebring, No. 4.4. Queen-St. 1826. 8vo, pp. 

20. NVH. 93187 

Stuart (John Ferdinand Dalziel Smyth). See Smyth (John 
Ferdinand Dalziel). 

Stuart ([John Todd] ). Remarks (in part) of Mr. Stuart, of 
Illinois, in reply to the Remarks of Mr. Gwin, in relation to State 
Banks, &c. Delivered in Committee of the Whole, House of Rep- 
resentatives, June, 1842. Washington: Printed at the National 
Intelligencer Office. 1842. 8vo, pp. 1 1. 

BM., C, MINNHS., NYP., WHS. 93188 

Stuart. Speech of Mr. J. T. Stuart, of Illinois, on the Tariff 
Bill. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U. S. July 
9, 1842. Washington: Printed at the National Intelligencer Of- 
fice. 1842. 8vo, pp. 13. BM., C, MINNHS., NYP. 93189 

Stuart. Speech of the Honorable Mr. Stuart, of Illinois. In the 
House of Representatives, April 21, 1 840. In the Committee of 
the Whole on the state of the Union, on the Civil and Diplomatic 
Appropriation Bill. [At foot of p. i :] Thomas Allen, Printer. 
[Boston. 1840.] 8vo, pp. 15. AAS., NYP. 93190 

Caption title. A Thomas Allen, printer, is listed in the Boston directory for 1840. 



STUART (m.). 195 

Stuart (M.). 5^^ Stuart (Moses). 

Stuart (M[artinus] Cohen). De eerste godsdienstoefening d. 
Puriteinen in Noord Amerika. Amsterdam, i860. 8vo. 93 19 1 

Title from a clipping cut from an unidentified German bookseller's catalogue. For 
an English translation, see the following title. 

Stuart. The Pilgrim Fathers' First Meeting for Pubh'c Wor- 
ship in North America. A Brief Historical Sketch, illustrative of a 
picture by J. Geo. Schwartze representing the same subject, by M. 
Cohen Stuart, Minister of the Gospel at Utrecht. Translated from 
the Dutch. Utrecht: Kemlnk and Son. i860. 8vo, pp. 35. 

A translation of De eerste godsdienstoefening, above. C, NVP., \. 93^9^ 
Reprinted, Amsterdam, 1866. c, nyp., y. 

Stuart. De Vrij making van onze slaven de eisch en roeping 
van dezen tijd. Een woord des oogenbliks, . . . Alkmaar. 1857. 
8vo. BM. 93193 

Also other works after i860, mostly without American interest. 

Stuart (Moses). A Brief Sketch of the life and character of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Adams. By Moses Stuart. Andover: Printed by Flagg 
and Gould. 1 829. 8vo, pp. 23. 

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

Y. 93194 

Stuart. Christ a Sympathizing Savior. A Sermon preached at 
the funeral of Mrs. Abby Woods, wife of the Rev. Leonard Woods, 
D.D. Andover, Mass., Feb. 24, 1846. By M. Stuart. Andover: 
Allen, Morrill and WardwelL 1 846. 8vo, pp. 24. 

B., BA., BM., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 93195 
Pp. 20—24 contain a biographical notice of Mrs. Woods. 

[Stuart]. Civil Government. Reprinted from the Princeton 
Review, for January, 185 I. Princeton, N.J. 185 I. 8vo, pp. 47. 

"A study of the application of the fugitive slave law." — c. AAS., C. 93^9^ 

Stuart. Conscience and the Constitution with Remarks on the 
Recent Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster in the Senate of the 
United States on the subject of Slavery. By M. Stuart lately Pro- 
fessor in the Theological Seminary at Andover. . . . Boston: Pub- 
lished by Crocker ^ Brewster. 1850. [Verso of title:] Andover: 
John D. Flagg, Stereotyfer and Printer. 8vo, pp. 119. 

AAS., B., BA,, BM., C, CU., H., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 
PRINCETON, UP., UTEX., UTS., WHS., Y. 93 1 97 



196 STUART (mOSEs). 

For replies, see the following: Clark (R. W.)) no. 13362, vol. 4, aas., b., ba., 
BM., cu., H., NYP., UTS.; Jay (W.), no. 35863, vol. 9, aas., b., ba., bm., c, cu., 
GTS., UTS.j Perkins (G. W.), no. 60952, vol. 14, bm., nyp. ; Slavery among the 
Puritans, no. 82074, vol. 20, aas., b., bm., m. 

Stuart. Essay on the Prize-Question, whether the Use of Dis- 
tilled Liquors, or Traffic in them, is compatible, at the present time, 
with making a profession of Christianity? By Moses Stuart, Pro- 
fessor of Sacred Literature in the Theological Seminary, Andover. 
New-York: Published by John P. Haven. — Boston^ Perkins £ff 
Marvin. — Philadelfhiay Tower, J. ^ D. M. Hogan £ff Co. — 
Pittsburghy Hogan &" Co. Flagg and Gould — Printers — Andover. 
1830. 8vo, pp. 70. AAS., B., c, cu., NYP., UTS. + [Same pub- 
lishers' imprint and date.] i2mo, pp. 68. aas., nyp. + [Same 
title, with the words "North America" following "Andover".] 
Glasgow: Printed for William Collins; Samuel Bagster, Jun. 
Whittaker, Treacher, £ff Arnot, Sim-pkin ^ Marshall, and Hamil- 
ton, Adams, & Co. London [etc.]. MDCCCXXXi. [Verso of title:] 
Printed by W. Collins &' Co. Glasgow. 8vo, pp. 47, advertise- 
ments (l). NYP. 93198 

Copies of one or other of the New York editions are located also at ba., bm., h., 

HEH., M., MINNHS., P., Y. 

Stuart. An Essay upon the Wines and Strong Drinks of the 
ancient Hebrews, . . . being an answer to the question, whether the 
use of distilled liquors, or traffic in them, is compatible, at the present 
time, with making a profession of Christianity. By the Rev. Moses 
Stuart . . . Reprinted from the American edition. With a preface, 
by John Pye Smith, d.d. London: E. Wilson. 1 83 1. 8vo, (2), 
viii, 41. B., c. 93199 

BM. lists a London, 1826, edition, which is undoubtedly an error. 

Stuart. An Examination of the Strictures upon the American 
Education Society, in a late number of the Biblical Repertory ; orig- 
inally published in that work. By Moses Stuart. [Andover.] 
Printed by Flagg and Gould. 1 829. 8vo, pp. 48. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., M., UP., UTS., Y. 932OO 

Apparently first issued without a "Postscript," pp. 33—48, not found in some copies. 
Reprinted from vol. 5, 1 829, pp. 560—601 of the "Biblical Repertory." 
Reprinted in "Articles on the American Education Society," Philadelphia, 1829. 
c, v. 

Stuart. AFarewel[l] Sermon, preached at New-Haven, Jan- 
uary 28, 1 8 10. By Moses Stuart, a.m. Printed by the request of 
the Committee of the First Congregational Society, in New-Haven. 
[New Haven.] Sidney's Press. 1810. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., B., BM., GTS., HEH., NYH., UTS., Y. 93201 



STUART (mOSEs). 1 97 

Stuart. A Letter to William E. Channing, d.d. on the Subject 
of Religious Liberty. By Moses Stuart, Professor of Sac. Literature 
in the Theol. Seminary, Andover. Boston: Perkins &' Marvin, 
No. 114, Washington St. 1830. 8vo, pp. 52. aas., b., h., m., 
NYP., WHS. -f- Second Edition. [Same imprint, date and colla- 
tion.] aas., b., ba., bm., h., m., nyh., NYP., UTS., Y. + Third 
Edition. [Same imprint, date and collation.] aas., ba., bm., h., 
M., NYP., Y. + Fourth Edition. [Same imprint.] 183 1. 8vo, 

pp. 43. AAS., B., ba., H., HEH., M., NYH. 932O2 

For a reply, see Whitman (Bernard), Two Letters, uts. 

Stuart. Letters from Professor Stuart, of Andover, Lucius M. 
Sargent, Esq., of Boston, Gen. Cocke, of Virginia, and Rev. Justin 
Edwards, d.d. on the Maine Liquor Law, addressed to the editor 
of the Temperance Journal. . . . New-York: American Temper- 
ance Union, 149 Nassau-st. 1 85 I. [Verso of title:] /. P. Prall, 
Printer, No. 9 Spruce-street, N. Y. 8vo, pp. 16. nyp. + [Same 
imprints, date and collation, with "Resolution of the National Tem- 
perance Convention" added on p. 16.] nyp. 93203 

Stuart's and Sargent's letters were also issued in the "Maine Law," below. 
Copies of one or other of the above issues are located also at b., ba., h., y. 

Stuart. Letters on the Eternal Generation of the Son of God, 
addressed to the Rev. Samuel Miller, d.d. By Moses Stuart . . . 
Andover. 1822. Published and for sale by Mark Ne^vman. Flagg 
and Gould, Printers. 8vo, pp. (4), 166. 

aas., B., ba., BM., H., HSP., M., UTS., WHS., Y. 932O4 

The controversy here continued began in Stuart's "Letters to Channing," below. 
Miller took exception to some statements made therein, in his "Letters on Unitarian- 
ism," 1821, and Stuart replied in the above work. This was answered by Miller in 
"Letters on the Eternal Sonship of Christ: addressed to the Rev. Professor Stuart," 
Philadelphia, 1823. 

Stuart. Letters to the Rev. Wm. E. Channing, containing 
Remarks on his Sermon, recently preached and published at Balti- 
more. By Moses Stuart, Associate Professor of Sacred Literature 
in the Theological Seminary, Andover. Andover: Published by 
Flagg and Gould. 1 8 19. 8vo, pp. 167. aas., b., c, h., hsp., m., 
Y. + Second Edition, corrected and enlarged. [Same imprint and 
date.] 8vo, pp. 1 80. aas., ba., bm., cu., gts., h., m., nyp., uts., 
WHS., Y. + Third edition, corrected and enlarged from the Sec- 
ond. [Same imprint and date.] i2mo, pp. 156. 

aas., bm., h., m., nyh., nyp., uts., whs. 93205 

a criticism of Channlng's "Sermon ... at the Ordination of the Rev. Jared 
Sparks," 1819. The bm. Catalogue lists later editions, Aberdeen, 1834, Manchester, 
1834, and Cambridge, 1836. 

VOL. XXIV. 13 



198 STUART (mOSEs). 

Also: A Letter to Professor Stuart, in answer to his Letters to Rev. William E. 
Channing, and in vindication of a large and respectable body of the New England 
and other Clergy, from the unfounded aspersions cast on them, in said Letters. . . . 
Boston: Printed by Sylvester T. Goss, 1 8 19. 8vo, pp. 22. aas., b., ba., bm., h., m., 
UTS. Attributed by Gushing to Silas Allen. — Letters to Rev. Moses Stuart ... By 
Walter Balfour, of Charlestown. . . . Boston: Published by B. B. Mussey, 29, Corn- 
htll. G. W. Stacy — Printer. 1833. i8mo, pp. 125, advertisements (i). ba., uts. 
According to the introduction, the letters were originally published in the Universalist 
Magazine in 1820 and 182 1, signed, "An Inquirer after Truth." — Review of "Letters 
to the Rev. Wm. E. Channing, containing remarks on his sermon, recently preached 
and published at Baltimore. By Moses Stuart, Associate Professor of Sac. Literature 
in the Theological Sem. Andover." From the Christian Disciple No. IV. new series. 
Boston: Printed by Wells and Lilly. 1819. 8vo, pp. 20. aas., ba., m., uts. Attrib- 
uted in the m. catalogue to Andrews Norton. — Impartial Review. A General Brief 
View of the existing controversy between Unitarians and the Orthodox, so called; as 
it appears in some late publications; more particularly in a Review in "The Christian 
Disciple," of Professor Stuart's Letters, and in Dr. Wood's Letters to Unitarians. 
By a Laical Observer. . . . Portsmouth: Published by Harrison Gray, 1820. 8vo, 
pp. 79. aas., bm. See also, Statement of Reasons for not believing the Doctrines of 
Trinitarians, no. 90713, vol. 23. A number of other pamphlets were published during 
this controversy. 

Stuart. The Maine Law; with the Opinions of Professor Stu- 
art, of Andover, and Lucius M. Sargent, Esq., of Boston, on its 
Excellence and Constitutionality. [Colophon :] Published and Sold 
by the American Temferance Union, 149 Nassau-st.j N. Y. 
[1851]. 8vo, pp. 16. NYP. 93206 

Caption title. 

For another edition of the Opinions, see Letters from Professor Stuart, above. 

Stuart. Miscellanies consisting of 1. Letters to Dr. Channing 
on the Trinity. IL Two Sermons on the Atonement. IIL Sacra- 
mental Sermon on the Lamb of God. IV. Dedication Sermon — 
Real Christianity. V. Letter to Dr. Channing on Religious Liberty. 
VL Supplementary Notes and Postscripts of new additional matter. 
By M. Stuart . . . Andover: Allen, Morrill, and War dwell. New- 
York: Mark H. Newman. 1846. l2mo, pp. xi, 369. AAS., BM., 
H., UTS., Y. + New York: Van Nostrand &' Terrett, 123 Fulton 
Street. 1 85 1. [Same collation.] BA., nyp. -\- Andover: Warren 
F.Drafer. 1857. [Same collation.] cu., UTS. 93207 

Stuart. Mr. Webster's Andover Address and his Political 
Course while Secretary of State. The Publishers have no authority 
to designate the authorship of the following pages; but from various 
circumstances, they infer the probabilit}', that they were written by 
Prof. Stuart, of Andover. Essex County {^Mass.^^: Published for I 
Distribution. 1844. 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., B., BA., C, cu., H., HEH., M., MINNHS., NYP., UP., UTS., 
Signed Civis. WHS., Y. 93208 



STUART (mOSEs). I99 

Stuart. Scriptural View of the Wine-question, in a Letter to 
the Rev. Dr. Nott, President of Union College. By ?vl, Stuart . . . 
New-York: Leavitty Troiv ^ C omfany y Pr'interSy No. 33 Ann- 
Str-eet. 1 848. 8vo, pp. 64. 

B., BM., CU., GTS., H., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS. 932O9 

On cover: New-York: Leavitt, Trozv and Company, Publishers, No. 191 Broad- 
way. 1848. 

For an answer, see James Lillie's "Reply to Professor Stuart and President Nott 
on the Wine Question," Philadelphia, 1848. nyp., uts. 

Stuart. A Sermon delivered before His Excellency Levi Lin- 
coln Esq. Governor, His Honor Thomas L. Winthrop Lieutenant 
Governor, the Hon. Council, the Senate, and House of Representa- 
tives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. May 30, 1827 — 
being the Day of General Election. By Moses Stuart . . . Boston: 
True and Greeney State Printers — 1 827. 8vo, pp. 42. AAS., B., 

BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS., 

WHS., Y. 93210 
See also, Hosea Ballou's "Orthodoxy unmasked. A Sermon ... in which some 
notice is taken of Professor Stuart's election sermon," Boston, 1827. aas., bm., c. 

Stuart. A Sermon, delivered by request of the Female Chari- 
table Society in Salem, at their Anniversary the first Wednesday in 
August, A.D. 1 8 15. By Moses Stuart . . . Andover: Printed by 
Flagg and Gould. 1 8 15. 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, M., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 932 I I 

"An Account of the 'Salem Female Charitable Society,' " forms pp. 23-32. 

Stuart. A Sermon occasioned by the Completion of the New 
College Edifice for the use of the Theological Seminary at Andover, 
and delivered Sept. 13, 1 82 1. By Moses Stuart . . . Andover. Pub- 
lished by Flagg and Gould. 1 82 I. 8vo, pp. 46. 

aas., B., BA., BM., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., P., UTS., WHS., Y. 

93212 

Stuart. A Sermon preached at the Dedication of the Church 
in Hanover Street, Boston, March I, 1826. By M. Stuart . . . 
Andover: Printed by Flagg and Gould. 1 826. 8vo, pp. 35. 

AAS., B., H., NYH., NYP., P., UTS., Y. 932 I 3 
See also "Dr. Sprague's Reply to Professor Stuart's Letter," 1835, in notes follow- 
ing no. 89744, vol. 23. 

For a list of Stuart's writings, including religious works omitted here, see E. A. 
Park's "Discourse" at his funeral, 1852, pp. 51—54. 

[Stuart (Richardson), and others.'] The Address of the 
Grand Jury, to the Court of Oyer and Terminer, &c. for Baltimore 



200 STUART (t. c). 

County, to the charge deh'vered to them by the Chief Justice, and 
the Reply of the Court to that Address. Baltimore: From the 
Diamond Press, No, 12, Light street. 1 8 13. 8vo, pp. 24. 

BA. 93214 

Address signed on p. 7 by Richardson Stuart, Foreman, and other members of the 
Grand Jury. 

Improved title of no. 301 1, vol. i. 

[Stuart (T. C.)]. Missionary Paper, No. 12. Missionary 
Biography. [BostonF 1830.?] i2mo, pp. 16. nyp. 93215 

Caption title. 

Consists of three narratives: Naomi, a Cherokee Woman. (Communicated by 
Missionaries at Dwight.) — Sarah, an African Woman. (Communicated by Rev. 
T. C. Stuart, of the Chickasaw Mission.) — John Arch, a Cherokee Young Man. 
(Compiled from communications of Missionaries in the Cherokee Nation.) 

Cushman states that T. C. "Stewart," under the auspices of the Synod of South 
Carolina, founded the mission to the Chickasaw Indians, in Monroe County, Mis- 
sissippi, in 1821. See his "History of the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natchez Indians," 
1899, pp. 418-420. 

Stuart (Thomas Middleton). An Oration delivered on the 
Fourth of July, 1821, and published at the request of the Philo- 
mathean Society of Beaufort, S. C. by Thomas Middleton Stuart, 
a member of the Society, Charleston: Gould and Riley, frinters, 
20 Broad-street. 1821. 8vo, pp. 15. nyh. 93216 

Stuart (William). An | Oration, | delivered before the | 
Uranian Society, | in the | City of New-York, | At a Quarterly 
Meeting, on Tuesday, the 12th of March, 1793. | By William 
Stuart. I ... I New-York: \ Printed by T. and J. Swords, No. 27, 
William-Street. \ — 1794. — [ 8vo, pp. 23. H., nyh., nyp. 932 17 

Half title: An Oration on Faction. 

Stuart (William), b. 1788? Sketches of the Life of William 
Stuart, the first and most celebrated counterfeiter of Connecticut; 
comprising startling details of daring feats performed by himself 
... As given by himself. Bridgefort: Printed and Published for 
the Author. 1854. Square i6mo, pp. 223. 

B., C, H., NYH., NYP., Y. 932 I 8 

Stuart (William), of Binghamfton. Address delivered before 
the People's College Association, at its annual meeting, on Wed- 
nesday, the 1 2th day of August, 1857, by William Stuart, Esq. . . . 
Binghamfton: Printed at the Daily Refublican Office. [185 7.] 
8vo, pp. 26. H. 93219 

Relates to the origin and progress of the People's College. 
Stuart was the editor of the Republican. 



STUART & MARSH. 201 

Stuart & Marsh. Engineers' Report for supplying the City of 
Rochester with water. See Stuart ( [Charles Beebe] ). 

Stuart, Edwards & Brown. The Income Tax. See Springer 
(William McKendree), no. 89841, vol. 23. 

Stuart- Wortley (Emmeline [Charlotte Elizabeth Man- 
ners]). Travels in the United States, etc. during 1849 ^'^^ 1850. 
By the Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley. In three volumes. . . . 
London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, Publisher in 
Ordinary to Her Majesty. 185 1. [Verso of title:] London: 
Printed by Samuel Bentley &' Co., Bangor House, Shoe Lane. 3 
vols., i2mo, pp. XV, 307; (2), v-xi, 35 1; vii, 316. BM., c, cu., 
MINNHS., NYP. + New York: Harfer &' Brothers, Publishers, 
82 Clif Street. 1851. l2mo, pp. 463. BM., c, CU., H., heh., 
NYP., PRINCETON, UTEX. + Paris: A. and W. Galignani and 
C°. Rue Vivienne, N° 18. Baudry's European Library. Qual 
Malaquais, N° 2' 1 85 I. [Verso of half-title:] Paris — Printed by 
E. Briere, rue Sainte-Anne, 55. 8vo, pp. (4), 236. nyp. 93220 

Printer's imprint on verso of title in vol. 3 of the London, 1 85 1, edition: London: 
Printed by Sckulze and Co., 13, Poland Street. 

Retold by Mrs. Nina Cust, with many quotations from the original, in "Wan- 
derers," London, [1928]. c, cu., nyp. 

Stuart- Wortley. &c. By the Lady Emmeline Stuart Wort- 
ley. London: Thomas Bosworth, 21^ Regent Street. MDCCCLIII. 
[Verso of title:] London: Printed by G. Barclay, Castle St. 
Leicester Sq. 8vo, pp. xii, errata (i), verso blank, 452 (misnum- 
bered 450). Frontispiece. BM., c, minnhs., nyp. 93221 

On p. vii: "My book of American Travels was called 'Travels in the United 
States, &c.,' and that '&c.' I propose now, in this little work, to take up again." 

Stubbe (Henry), b. 1606? d. 1678. Conscience | the | Best 
Friend | upon Earth: | or, | The Happy Effects | Of Keeping | A 
Good Conscience. | Very Useful for this Age. | By Henry Stubbes, 
Minister | of the Gospel. | . . . | Boston, Re printed by B. Green ^ 
J. Allen, I jor Nicholas Buttolfh, and are to be \ Sold at his Shop at 
the corner oj \ Gutteridg^s Coffee-House. 1699. | I2mo, pp. (20), 
64. A-G in sixes. JCB., nyp. + [Same imprint and collation.] 
1700. AAS. 93222 

First edition, London, 1677. bm. 

The author's name was spelled Stubbe, Stubbes, or Stubbs. The entry of the first 
edition, in the Easter Term Catalogue, 1677, has the spelling "Stubbe." 

Stubbe. Conscience ] the | Best Friend | upon | Earth | or, | 
The happy Effects | Of keeping a Good | Conscience. | Very Useful 



202 STUBBE. 

for this Age. | By Henry Stubbes, [ Minister of the Gospel. | . . . | 
Boston^ Re-frinted by T. Fleets for | Nicholas Buttolfh, near Gut- 
teridg^s \ Cojjee-House in Cornhill, 17 14. | l2mo, pp. (19), 62, 
advertisement ( I ). aas. 93223 

Stubbe (Henry), b. 1632, d. 1676. The | Indian Nectar, | or 
a I Discourse | concerning | Chocolata: | wherein | The Nature of 
the Cacao-nut, and the other Ingredi- | ents of that Composition, is 
examined, and stated | according to the Judgment and Experience 
of the I Indians, and Spanish Writers, who h'ved in the Indies, | 
and others; with sundry additional Observations | made in Eng- 
land: The ways of compounding and | preparing Chocolata are 
enquired into; its Effects, as | to its alimental and Venereal quality, 
as well as Medi- | cinal (especially in Hypochondriacal Melancholy) 
are | fully debated. Together with a Spagyrical Analysis | of the 
Cacao-nut, performed by that excellent Chy- ] mist. Monsieur le 
Febure, Chymist to His Majesty. | By Henry Stubbe formerly of 
Ch. Ch. in Oxon. Physician | for His Majesty, and the Right Hon- 
ourable Thomas Lord | Windsor in the Island of Jamaica in the 
West-Indies. | . . . | London, Printed by J. C. for Andrew Crook 
at the Sign of the Green \ Dragon in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1 662. 
I 8vo, pp. (15), 184. A-M in eights, N in four. 

BM., BODLEIAN, C, JCB., NYH., NYP. 93224 

[Stubbe]. A | Justification | of the | Present War | against 
the I United Netherlands. | Wherein | The Declaration of His 
Majesty is Vindicated, | and the War proved to be Just, Honour- 
able, and Necessary; | The Dominion of the Sea Explained, and 
His I Majesties Rights thereunto Asserted; | The Obligations of 
the Dutch to England, and Their Continual Ingratitude: | Illus- 
trated with Sculptures. | In Answer to a Dutch Treatise Entituled, 
Considerations | upon the Present State of the United Netherlands. 
I By an English Man. | • • • | London. \ Printed for Henry Hills 
and John Starkey, and are to be Sold at the Bell \ in St. Pauls 
Chti[r^ch-yard and the Mitre ■ivithin Temple-Bar, iSjl. \ Small 
4to, pp. (8), 80. 2 folded plates. A-L in fours. 

BM., BODLEIAN, C, FAC.ADV., NYP. 93225 

Cont.iins incidental references to America. Reprinted in the following year with 
the avithor's name included in the title, bm., nyp. "A Further Justification . . ." 
was published in 1673. bm., c, fac.adv., nyh., nyp. 

The autiior's name was also spelled "Stubbs" and "Stubhes," and he was the son 
of the preceding Henry Stubbe. See Diet. Nat. Biog. 

Stubbes (Henry). 5r<' Stubbe (Henry), /;. l6o6? d. 1678. 



STUBBIN. 203 

[Stubbin (James)]. "Is it Lawful to Poison our Neighbour?" 
America contrasted with England; or, once well begun is half done. 
[At foot of p. I :] Printed by Walls and Fargher^ at the Temper- 
ance Guardian, and Rechabite Journal Office, Douglas, Isle of 
Man. [1838.] i6mo, pp. 16. nyp. 93226 

Caption title. Signed and dated: James Stubbin. g, Finsbury Place, London, 1838. 

Stubbs (Alfred). A Pastoral Letter to the Parishioners of Christ 
Church, New-Brunswick, in reference to the Charge of "False 
Representations" preferred by four laymen of the Diocese of New- 
Jersey, against their Bishop. By the Rev. Alfred Stubbs. New- 
Brunswick: A. Ackerman, Publisher, No. 5 Peace-Street. 1852. 

I2mo, pp. 13. B., BM., CU., PRINCETON, UTS. 93227 

Stubbs. A Record of Christ Church, New-Brunswick, Diocese 
of New-Jersey. By the Rev. Alfred Stubbs, rector of the Parish. 
New-York: Daniel Dana, Jr., No. 20 John-Street. 1850. [Verso 
of title:] Pudney &' Russell, Printers. 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., HSP., NYH., NYP., PRINCETON, WHS., Y. 93228 

A revised edition with additions was printed in New Brunswick, in 1865, h., nyh., 
NYP., Y., and again in 1876, nyh. 

Stubbs (Henry). 5^^ Stubbe (Henry). 

Stubbs (Robert). Browne's Western Calendar, or, the Cin- 
cinnati Almanac, for . . . Eighteen Hundred & Seven ... By Robert 
Stubbs, Philomathes. . . . Cincinnati: Printed at the Press of John 
W. Browne, Office of Liberty Hall. Great allowance to those who 
purchase wholesale. [1806.] 8vo, pp. (32). 

HEH., NYP., WRHS. 93229 

The previous issue was calculated by William M'Farland. Later issues have been 
located as follows: for 1808, wrhs.; for 1809, hist. & phil. soc. c, m.; for 1810, 

HEH., M.; for 181I, HEH., HIST. & PHIL. SOC. C, M. j for l8l2, AAS., HIST. & PHIL. 

SOC. o., M., WRHS.; for 18 13, hist. & phil. soc. o., m. Thomson's Bibliography of 
Ohio includes an issue for 1816. Several of the locations are taken from Rusk's 
"Literature of the Middle Western Frontier," 1925. The title varies, some of the 
issues having the titles, "Browne's Cincinnati Almanac," or "The Western Cal- 
endar . . ." 

Stubbs. The Kentucky Farmer's Almanac, for . . . 181 1 ; . . . jN ck^'^ 

Calculated by Robert Stubbs. Lexington, Ky. Printed by Wm. TV. /j 1/ 1 y / 

Worsley, and sold, wholesale and retail, by Self, and Maccoun, Til- ' ' t f I 

ford & Co. [1810.] l2mo, pp. (36). ' .%^ 

AAS., LOUISVILLE P.L., WHS. 9323O j "7 j '^ 

The Kentucky Farmer's Almanac for 18 10, whs., was "calculated by George ' ^^^ 

Brown, Jun. of Kentucky," who also compiled the "Western Farmer's Almanac." , \0 , Q^ 
Information supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

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204 STUBBS. 

Later issues are located as follows: for 1812, aas., louisville p. l., whs.; for 

1813, LOUISVILLE p. L., WHS. j for 1814, HEH,, LOUISVILLE P. L., WHS. j for l8l5, 

WHS.; for 1 81 6, aas.; for 1817, Georgetown, whs.; for 1818, Georgetown, whs.; 
for 1822, Frankfort, louisville p. l. Several locations from Rusk's "Literature of 
the Middle Western Frontier," 1925. The title varies, "Kentucky" not always being 
included in the beginning. 

Stubbs. The Ohio Almanac, for . . . 1806. ... By Robert 
Stubbs, Philomathes. Cincinnati: Printed by Josefh Carf enter. 
[1805.] i2mo, pp. 36. HEH. 93231 

Issues for 1814 and for 1815 are located at aas. and heh. respectively. 

[Stubbs (Samuel)]. A Compendious Account of the most Im- 
portant Battles of the Late War, to which is added, the curious 
adventures of Corporal Samuel Stubbs, (a Kentuckian of 65 years 
of age.) Who, in the late War, patriotically volunteered his serv- 
ices and nobly distinguished himself in the battles of Queenstown — 
French Town — Little York, Chippewa — New-Orleans, &c. . . . 
Boston — Printed by William Walter. 18 1 7. i2mo, pp. 24. Fron- 
tispiece portrait. aas., nyh. 93232 

The Compendious Account, pp. 3—14, is an abridgement of John Lathrop's anony- 
mous "Compendious History of the Late War," no. 15043, vol. 4. aas., b., c, nyp. 

A reprint, New York, [1915], forms no. 5 of "Heartman's Historical Series," and 
another, Tarrytown, 1929, pp. 193— 211 of extra no. 152 of the "Magazine of 
History." 

Stuben. See Steuben. 

Stubs (Philip). An Account of the Propagation of the Gospel 
in Foreign Parts. London. 1843. Folio- BM. 93233 

Caption title. 

For other editions, see Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, 
no. 85932, vol. 21. 

Stvcken Gemencioneert in den Bycorff. See [Usselincx (Wil- 
lem)]. 

Stuckle (Henri). Voies de communication aux Etats-Unis, 
etude technique et administrative, par Henri Stuckle, ancien di- 
recteur des chemins de fer d'Alsace (annees 1842 et 1843). P^f^^-' 
Carilian-Goeury et V'"' Dal?nont, ^diteurs, Libraires des Corps 
royaiix des fonts et chaussees et des niineSy Qiiai des Augustins, W^ 
39 et 41. 1847. [Verso of half title:] Paris. — Imprimerie de 
Fain et Thunoty Rue Racine^ 28, pres de VOdcon. 8vo, pp. viii, 
470, errata (i). Folded map, and 6 folded tables. 

BM., C, NYH., NYP. 93234 
Stuckle published several works on American railways and canals after i860. 



STUCLEY. 205 

Stucley (Lewis). To the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, See 
Raleigh (W.), note following no. 67550, vol. 16. 

BM., BODLEIAN, HEH., JCB., NYP. 93235 

There are at least two variant issues, as the facsimile of the tailpiece of the Church 
copy, now heh., found in the Church Catalogue, differs from that of the nyi>. copy. 
For a Dutch translation, see note following no. 67592, vol. 16. 

Studdiford (Peter). A | Funeral Sermon, | On the Death of 
the I Rev. Jacob R. Hardenbergh, d.d. | President of | Queen's 
College, I and | Pastor of the Dutch Church | In New-Brunswick; 
I Departed this Life, November 2, 1790. | in the 55th year of his 
age. I By Peter Studdiford, a.m. | Neiv-Brunszvick: \ Printed by 
A braham Blauvelt. | M,DCC,xci. [ 8vo, pp. 23. c, nyh. 93236 

Pp. 20—23 contain an elegy "by a friend." 

Studdiford (Peter O.). The Privileges and Responsibilities of 
our Country. An Oration: delivered on the Fourth of July, a.d., 
1846, in the Reformed Dutch Church of Readington, by the Rev. 
Peter O. Studdiford, d.d. of Lambertville, N. J. . . . New-Bruns- 
wick: Press of J. Terhune, xxvii Albany Street, mdcccxlvi. 

SVO, pp. 17. NYH. 93237 

Student, fseud. The Essayist, or Literary Cabinet; containing 
Essays, Dissertations, &c. on various subjects. To which is added, an 
Oration on the Completion of the Grand Canal; pronounced be- 
fore a literary society, in this city, Nov. 4, 1825. ... By a Student. 
New-York: Printed jar the Author. 1826. 8vo, pp. 83. 

NYP. 93238 

Student, fseud. The Indian Queen of Chenango: a Poem in 
four cantos. By a Student. . . . Oxford \^N. Y.] ; Printed by La F. 
Leal. 1844. i8mo, pp. 64. nyp. 93239 

Attributed to Frederick Stanley Montgomery Willoughby in Galpin's "Annals of 
Oxford, New York," 1906, p. 205. 

Student, fseud. A Letter to Mr. Nicholas Chester, in answer 
to his dogmatical one, addressed to the Rev. George Strebcck; 
wherein his doctrine of universal restoration, is scripturally refuted; 
and the Doctrine of the eternity of hell torments, proved from 
scripture authority. By a Student. . . . New York: Printed by L. 
Nichols, for the author. 1803. l2mo, pp. (2), 32. 

NYH., Y. 93240 
In a MS. note on the title page of the y. copy: "By Alexr. Gunn, Student of 

Columbia College." 

A reply to Chester's "Letter to Rev. George Strebeck containing a Candid Review 

of three sermons On Wrath to come, preached and published by that gentleman," 

New York, 1803. NYH. 



206 STUDENT AT LAW. 

A Student at Law, fseud. Trial of Joseph N. Cardinal, and 
others. To which are added, the Argumentative Petition in favour 
of the Prisoners, and several other precious documents, &c. &c. &c. 
By a Student at Law. Montreal: John Lovelly Printer, St. Nich- 
olas Street. 1839. . . . 8vo, pp. 141. NYP. 93241 

Among those present at the trial, listed on pp. 3—4, appears the name of "Francis 
Johnson, Student at Law, [who] performs the duty of Reporter." 

Also issued in French, as follows: 

Proces de Joseph N. Cardinal, et autres. Auquel on a joint la requete argumenta- 
tive en faveur des prisonniers, et plusieurs autres documents precieux, &c. &c. &c. Par 
un etudiant en droit. Montreal: John Lovell, impritneur, Rue St. Nicolas. 1839. 

. . . 8V0, pp. 144, (l). NYP. 

An Account of this trial is included in State Trials, Court Martial, 1838-9, exhib- 
iting history of late rebellion in Lower Canada, Montreal, 1839. 

Student at Law, fseud. Twilight; a Poem. See [Knight 
(Frederick)], no. 381 13, vol. 9. aas., ba., y. 

Student at Yale College, fseud. College Almanack, 1761. 
I An Astronomical Diary; or an | Almanack | For ... | 176 1. | 
[8 lines] I By a Student at Yale-College. | [ii lines.] | New- 
Haven, I Printed and sold by James Parker and Comfany, at \ the 
Post-Office. I [1760.] i2mo, pp. (16). Y. -|- For ... 1762. 
. . . New-Haven: Printed and sold by Parker and Comfany. 
i2mo, pp. (16). CHS., Y. 93242 

Bates' Connecticut Almanacs, p. 27, and Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 2, p. 752, 
attribute to Joseph Huntington. 

See also, below. Student of Yale College. 

Student of Dickinson College, fseud. The Story of Pale- 
mon and Eliza. See no. 92342, vol. 24. 

Student of Harvard University, fseud. The | Triumphs | 
of I Superstition: | an | Elegy. | By a Student of Harvard Univer- 
sity. I ... I Printed at Boston, \ by Isaiah Thomas and Ebene-zer T. 
Andrew's. \ At Faust^s Statue, No. 45, Netubury Street. \ MDCCXC. [ 
4to, pp. 16. AAS. 93243 

Improved title of no. 30520, vol. 8, entered under the author, Thaddeus Mason 

Harris. 

Student of Law, fseud. Fellow Citizens, Friends | to Liberty 
and equal Commerce. | \_New York. 1 7 73.] Folio, pp. 4. 

Caption title. C, NYH., NYP. 93244 

Signed and dated: "A Student of Law. New-York, Nov. 19, 1773." 

In favor of non-importation of tea, answering Poplicola's arguments. See Evans, 

nos. 12956 and 12957. For a reply by Popllcola, see To the Worthy Inhabitants of 

the City of New-York, Evans no. 12955. 



STUDENT OF YALE. 207 

Student of Yale College, fseud. College Almanack, | For 
•••I ^ll?)^ I [19 l'"^s] I By a Student of ^'ale-College. | [14 
lines.] I New-Haven: Printed ^ sold by T. i^ S. Green. I 
[1772.] i2mo, pp. (16). Y. 93245 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

"The author indicates, without saying so directly, that he is a student at Yale and 
dedicates his almanac to 'his Fellow Students.' It seems not improbable that Noah 
Atwater of New Haven, a graduate of Yale in the class of 1774, was the author of 
this almanac. He is the only student in the College at this time who is known to 
have been 'distinguished for his attainments in natural philosophy and astronomy.' 
It seems improbable that Prof. Nehemiah Strong would have thus masqueraded as a 
student and issued an almanac, and much more likely that it was the work of an 
actual student, done under the Professor's instruction." — Bates' Connecticut Al- 
manacs, pp. 35-36. 

See also, above. Student at Yale College. 

Miss Pratt states that the Yale library has no record of an almanac with this title 
between the issues for 1762 and 1773. 

The Student's Companion. Januar)^ 183 1. By the Knights of 
the Round Table. New-Haven: Printed and fublished by Baldwin 
and Treadway. 1 83 1. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 56. 

BA., H., Y. 93246 

Issued monthly from January to April, 1831. No further numbers have been lo- 
cated. An article on the history of Yale College is continued through these four 
numbers. 

Student's Magazine. Published at the Pennsylvania Institution 
for the Instruction of the Blind, Vol. I. Wednesday, February 7, 
1838. No. 2. [Philadelfhiaf]^ Oblong folio, leaves numbered 
[5]-8. BA. 93247 

Caption title. 
Raised letters. 

The Students' Miscellany: published at the Sessions of the 
Oneida and Genesee Conferences, at Cazenovia. Volume I. Printed 
by H. C. Bicknelly Morrisville. 1 830-3 I. 4to, pp. 208. Plate. 

93248 

Title from an early MS. note prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin. 

The Students' Repository. S[amuel] H[enry] Smothers, Edi- 
tor. James Buckner, Assistant Editor. . . . Published by S. H. 
Smothers, at Spartanburg, Randolph County, Indiana. Vol. I. 
No. I. July, 1863. 8vo, pp. 32. 93249 

Title from the "North American Review," vol. 97, 1863, p. 557. The editor was 
the colored principal of the Union Literary Institute, at Spartanburg, Indiana. Ac- 
cording to Tucker's "History of Randolph County, Indiana," 1882, pp. 179—180, 
"one feature of this institution, unique for those times, was that no distinction was 
made for race nor color nor sex." 

The above title, of a later period than that now covered by this Dictionary, is in- 
cluded because of a cross reference from Smothers. 



208 STUDLEY. 

Studley (William S.). Charity: a Poem, delivered before the 
Mechanic Apprentices' Library Association, at their twenty-third 
anniversary, on Wednesday evening, February 22, 1843. By Wil- 
liam S. Studley, a member. Bosto?i: Printed by H. L. DevereuXy 
No. 4 Water Street^ 1 843. 8vo, pp. 14. nyh. 93250 

Stuven (Johann Friedrich). De [ vero | Novi Orbis | Inven- 
tore. I Dissertatio | Historico-Critica | Auctore | Jo. Friderico Stii- 
venio | Francojurtl ad Moenum, \ Afud Domlnicum a Sande. | 
Anno MDCCXiv. | 8vo, pp. (8), 68. c, h., jcb., nyp. 93251 

One of the works supporting the theory, now completely discredited, that the new 
world was discovered by Martin Behaim rather than by Columbus. See Winsor, vol. 
2, p. 35, and Channing, vol. I, p. 12, in regard to this claim, and Watson's bibliog- 
raphy of the subject in Anderson's "America not discovered by Columbus," 4th ed., 
1891, pp. 161— 164. 

. . . Stulta est dementia, cum tot ubique | Vatibus occurras, 
periturze parcere Chartae. Juv. | \_Phtladelfhia: Printed by S. 
Keimer. 1727.] Folio, pp. 4. 93252 

Title from Hildeburn. A reply to the "Confutation of the Reply to the Speech" 
of Isaac Norris, Sept. 11, 1727. 

Improved title of no. 60645, vol. 14. 

Stupor (Morpheus), fsevd. The Festivaliad, a singular metri- 
cal poem ; written in commemoration of the Festival of Saint John, 
the First Christian Mason, which was celebrated at Dorchester, 
Mass. June 24th, anno domini 1807, annoque lucis 5807. By 
Morpheus Stupor, V. M. N. V. D. To which are prefixed, a few 
prefatory remarks; and through the whole are interspersed, a num- 
ber of interesting observations and explanatory notes. By Hezekiah 
Hectic, K. G. Q. The 13th Irish, from the 7th Scotch edition, i 
\Boston^'\ 1811. i2mo,pp. 42. aas. 93253 

Satirical verses. 

Sturbridge, Mass. Congregational Church. Manual for the 
Use of the Members of the Congregational Church, in Sturbridge, 
January, 1 843. West Brookfield: Merria?n &' Cooke, Printers. 
1843. i2mo, pp. 46. AAS., c, nyh. 93254 

Brief Historical Notices, pp. 3—5. Lists of members of the church from 1736— 1843 
form pp. 26—46. 

Sturbridge [Mass.] Association. History of the Baptist 
Churches, composing the . . . See History, no. 32160, vol. 8. H., M. 

Minutes of the Sturbridge Association, at Wilbraham, September 
the 25th and 26th, A.D. 1805. [Worcester? 1805?] 8vo, pp. 7. 

Caption title. AAS. 93255 



STURGE (jOHn). 209 

Minutes of the Sturbridge Association, holden at Thompson, 
October, 24, & 25. 1806. Worcester: Printed by Sewall Good- 
ridge. Jan. 1807. 8vo, pp. 10. Continued. aas., uts. 93256 

In some years the name appears as the Sturbridge Baptist Association. 

Sturge (John). Remarks on the Society for the Extinction of 
the Slave-Trade, and the Civilization of Africa; and on "The Slave- 
Trade, and its Remedy." By John Sturge. London: Hamiltoriy 
A dams y and Co.y Paternoster Row; Harvey and Darton^ Grace- 
church Street ; and Edmund Fry, Bishofsgate Street. 1 84 1. [Col- 
ophon:] Johnston ^ Barrett, Printers, 13 Mark Lane, London. 
8vo, pp. 16. cu., M. 93257 

According to a prefatory note signed by Joseph Sturge, the Remarks were lirst 
published anonymously at Liverpool in 1840. 

Sturge. Report on Free Labour, presented to the General Anti- 
slavery Convention, by John Sturge, Esq. of Birmingham. [Colo- 
phon:] Johnston ^ Barrett, 1 2,, Mark Lane. {^London. 184—?] 

8vo, pp. 31. B., BM., C, NYH. 93258 

Caption title. Johnston and Barrett are located at 13 Mark Lane in the London 
Post Office directory for 1843. Letters quoted in the text are dated in 1840. 

Sturge (Joseph). Horrors of the Negro Apprenticeship System 
in the British Colonies: as detailed at the Public Breakfast given by 
the Citizens of Birmingham, to Mr. Joseph Sturge, on returning 
from his Benevolent Mission to the West Indies. June 6, 1837. 
Glasgow: Printed by W. & W. Miller, 90, Bell Street, mdccc- 
XXXVII. 8vo, pp. 20. AAS., B. 93259 

[Sturge]. The Present Condition of the Negro Population, in 
the British Colonies; particularly in relation to the Working of the 
Apprenticeship System established under the "Act for the Abolition 
of Slavery." London: Printed by Johnston i^ Barrett, 13, Mark 
Lane. Sold by William Ball, Aldine Cham,bers, Paternoster Row 

. . . MDCCCXXXVII. I2mo, pp. 28. BA. 93260 

Sturge. A Reply to "Letters to Joseph Sturge, Esq. By Wil- 
liam Alers Hankey, Esq." By the Authors of "The West Indies in 
1837." With a letter from the Marquis of Sligo. . . . Also, a letter 
to the Directors of the London Missionary Society by Joseph Sturge. 
London: Hamilton, Adam,s and Co. Paternoster Row. 1 838. 
[Verso of title:] B. Hudson, Printer, Birm-ingham.. 8vo, pp. (4), 
iii, 3-24. BM., NYP. 93261 

The Reply was originally published as a postscript to the second edition of the 
"West Indies in 1837," below, of which it forms pp. 460-476. 



210 STURGE. 

[Sturge]. To the members of the Reh'gious Society of Friends 
in the United States of America. [New York. 1 84 1.] Folio, 2 
leaves. -|- London: J. Haddoriy Castle-street^ Finsbury. [1842.] 
Folio. 93262 

The first edition has caption title only, and is signed and dated: "Joseph Sturge. 
New York, 7'.''. month, 17th 1841." Title of this edition from a facsimile at hsp. 
Note of the London edition from Smith's Catalogue of Friends' Books. 
Reprinted in the "Irish Friend," vol. 4, 1841, pp. 134-135. 

Sturge. A Visit to the United States in 1 84 1 ; by Joseph Sturge. 
. . . London: Hamiltony A dams ^ and Co., Paternoster Row. Bir- 
mingham: B. Hudsony Bull Street. 1 842. [Colophon:] Printed 
by B. Hudsony Bull-Street, Birmingham. 8vo, pp. viii, (2), 192, 

CXxiii. AAS., B., BA., BM., BODLEIAN, FAC.ADV., H., M., MINNHS., 

NYH., NYP., UP., UTEX., UTS., Y. + Boston: Dexter S. King, No. 
I Cornhill. 1842. [Verso of title:] D. H. Ela^s Power Press. 
i2mo, pp. 235, xciii. aas., b., c, cu., jcb., nyp., whs. 93263 

The author was a member of the Society of Friends, and according to the preface, 
the objects which presented the chief claim to his attention were the universal aboli- 
tion of slavery, and the promotion of permanent international peace. 

Sturge. The West Indies in 1837; being the Journal of a 
Visit to Antigua, Montserrat, Dominica, St. Lucia, Barbados, and 
Jamaica; undertaken for the purpose of ascertaining the actual con- 
dition of the negro population of those islands. By Joseph Sturge 
and Thomas Harvey. London: Hamilton, Adams ^ Co. Pater- 
noster Row. Printed by B. Hudson, Birmingham,. MDCCCXXXVIII. 
i2mo, pp. xi, 380, xciv, errata (i). B., BA., cu., H., nyp., p., 
peab., UTEX., WHS., Y. + Second Edition. Revised and corrected, 
with maps of the West Indies. London: Hamilton, Adams and 
Co., Paternoster-row. 1838. [Verso of title:] William Tyler, 
Printer, Bolt-court, fleet-street. l2mo, pp. xi, (l), 348, *349— 
*352, 349-384, 381-476. 2 folded maps. 

B., BM., BODLEIAN, C, JCB., NYH., NYP., PRINCETON, UTS. 93264 

Half title of the first edition: Sturge and Harvey on the West Indies. 

Also: The Old Banner. By Members of the Society of Friends. . . . No. 6. Joseph 
Sturge, the Christian Citizen. Philadelphia: Henry Longstreth, No. 13 14 Chestnut 
Street. [1865?] i6mo, pp. (2), 32. .aas. By Thomas Pumphrey. This tract was 
one of a series of essays published between 1864 and 1866. See Joseph Smith's Cata- 
logue of Friends' Books, 1867, vol. 2, p. 818. 

Sturgeon (Robert). A Trespass-Offering, | Humbly pre- 
sented unto the Churches of New-England, | By Robert Sturgeon. 
I [Colophon:] Boston in New-England: | Printed by B. Green, 

1725. I 4tO, pp. 4. B., BA., H., HEH. 93265 

Caption title. 



STURGES. 211 

A confession and apology signed by Sturgeon, and dated at Boston in New-Eng- 
land, March 23, 1724, S- He regrets having offended the New England churches, 
and having been the instrument of publishing a pamphlet in which they and also 
Dr. Increase Mather were calumniated. In a postscript dated April 27, 1725, he 
says that he has written of his own free will, and that he hopes that the churches of 
Watertown will also become reconciled with the other churches of the neighborhood. 
On p. 4 is a statement, dated April 27, and signed by Cotton Mather as moderator, 
accepting these "Penitential Addresses" as sufficient. 

Sturges (Joseph). An Address, delivered before the Citizens 
of Becket, Mass. January i8, 1839. Upon the Subject of Slavery, 
by Joseph Sturges . . . Lee \_Mass.\ : Printed by E. J. Bull. 1839. 
l2mo, pp. 24. c. 93266 

Sturgis ( ). See Sturgis ( [William] ). 

Sturgis (C. F.). Melville Letters; or, The Duties of Masters 
to their Servants. See McTyeire (H. M.), Duties of Masters to 
Servants: Three Premium Essays, no. 43667, vol. 1 1, aas., b., C, 

DERENNE, NYH., NYP., Y. 

Sturgis' essay is the second in the volume, pp. 47—128, and has a separate title 
page with imprint. 

Sturgis (Josiah). A Brief Sketch of the Character and Services 
of Captain Josiah Sturgis, of the United States Revenue Service. By 
an old friend and schoolmate. Boston: William White and H. P. 
Lewis. 1844. l2mo, pp. 34, (l). 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., M., NYH. 93267 
Copyrighted by Wm. White and H. P. Lewis. 

Sturgis (William). The Oregon Question. Substance of a 
Lecture before the Mercantile I>ibrary Association, delivered Janu- 
ary 22, 1845, by William Sturgis. Boston: Jordan, Swift &" 
Wiley, No. 121 Washington Street. 1 845. [Verso of title:] 
Printed by Andrezus, Prentiss and Studley, Devonshire Street. 8vo, 
pp. 32. Frontispiece folded map. 

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

P., PEAB., UP., WHS., Y. 93268 

Sturgis. Report of Mr, Sturgis's Committee to twenty-eight 
manufacturing companies [of New England]. Boston: Pr. by 
W. Chadwick. 1 852. 8vo, pp. 25, 2. Folded tables. 93269 

"Signed by William Sturgis, Ignatius Sargent, J. I. Bowditch and S. Hooper. Ad- 
verse to the transfer of the principal place of sale for domestic manufactured goods, 
especially of plain cotton fabrics, from Boston to New York. Includes the minority 
report signed by J. W. Edmands." 

Title and note from the b. printed card for copies at the Harvard Business Branch. 



2 12 STURGIS. 

[Sturgis]. Review. Examination of the Russian Claims to the 
Northwest Coast of America. [Boston. 1822.] 8vo, pp. 31. 

BA. 93270 

Caption title. At foot of p. I : "Originally published in the North American Review 
for October 1822." A review of the President's message of April 17, 1822. 

Included in the list of Sturgis' writings found in Loring's "Memoir," published in 
Mass. Hist. Soc. "Proceedings," for Aug., 1864, pp. 420-473. 

See also Sturgis' "Northwest Fur Trade, and the Indians of the Oregon Country. 
1788— 1830" (composed of parts of two lectures delivered in 1846, and extracts from 
his journal on his first voyage), which forms no. 219 of the "Old South Leaflets." 
These fragments are reprinted from Loring's "Memoir" cited under the preceding 
title, and from Hunt's "Merchants' Magazine," vol. 14, 1846, pp. 533-538. 

The appendix of the third edition of James Fenimore Cooper's anonymous "Cruise 
of the Somers," our no. 17725, vol. 5, contains three letters by Sturgis. c, nyp. 

Sturluson (Snorri). iS^^ Snorri Sturluson. 

Sturm (Daniel). Dictionnaire de medecine therapeutique, ou 
expose des moyens curatifs employes dans les Antilles, la Louisiana 
et I'Amerique du Nord. Nancy. 1809. 2 vols. 93^71 

A doubtful title from Appleton. 

Sturm. Les Etats-Unis en 1800, ou journal et impressions de 
voyage a travers I'Amerique du Nord. 1812. 93272 

A doubtful title from Appleton. 

Sturm (Jacques). Deux ans de sejour dans les deserts de 
I'Amazonie. Nancy. 1796. 93273 

A doubtful title from Appleton. 

Sturtevant (J[ulian] M[onson]). An Address in behalf of 
the Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Edu- 
cation at the West. DeHvered in Boston, May 25, 1 85 3, by Rev. 
J. M. Sturtevant, d.d., President of Ilhnois College. New-York: 
John F. Trozvy Printer ^ 49 Ann Street. 1 853. 8vo, pp. 28. 

AAS., B., BM., C, CU., M., UTS., WHS., Y. 93274 

Sturtevant. Addresses of Rev. Drs. Sturtevant and Stearns, 
at the Anniversary of the American Congregational Union, May, 
1855. Published for the Am. Cong. Union. Andover: Warren F. 
Draper. Nezv York: Clark, Austin ^ Smith. American Congre- 
gational Union, 448, Broadzuay. Bostoji: John P. Jeiuett &' Co. 

1855. Svo, pp. 80. AAS., BM., UTS. 93275 

Contents: "The Anti-sectarian Tendency of Congregational Church Polity," by 
J. M. Sturtevant, pp. 3—50; "The Nature and Principles of Congregationalism," by 
William A. Stearns, pp. 51-80. 

Sturtevant. American Colleges. An Address delivered by J. 
M. Sturtevant, at his inaugiiration as President of Illinois College, 



STURTEVANT. 213 

June 25th, 1845. . . . Jacksonville [///.] ; Wm. C. Swetf, Printer. 
1845. i2mo, pp. 32. B., NYP. 93276 

Sturtevant. American Emigration. A Discourse in behalf of 
the American Home Missionary Society, preached in the Cities of 
New York and Brooklyn, May, 1857. By Rev. J. M. Sturtevant, 
. . . New York: Published by the American Home Missionary So- 
ciety) Bible House, Astor Place. 1857. [Verso of title:] John A. 
Gray, Prifiier and Stereotyfer, 16 and 18 Jacob St., Fire-Proof 

Buildings. 8vo, pp. 34. AAS., B., BM., H., M., UTS., whs., Y. 93277 

Sturtevant. Democracy. An Address delivered before the 
Jacksonville Mechanic's Union, September 20, 184 1, by J. M. 
Sturtevant. . . . Jacksonville [///.]; /. M. Lucas, Printer. 1842. 
Svo, pp. 18. heh. 93278 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Sturtevant. Denominational Colleges. By Rev. J. M. Stur- 
tevant, President of the College of Illinois. From the advanced 
sheets of "The New Englander," for Feb., i860. [New Haven. 
i860.] 8vo, pp. (i), 61^-89. Y. 93279 

Sturtevant. The Memory of the Just. A Sermon commem- 
orative of the life and labors of the Rev, William Kirby, who died, 
December 20, 1851; delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, 
Jacksonville, Illinois, by Rev. J. M. Sturtevant . . . New York: 
Baker, Godwin &? Co., Printers, corner Nassau and Spruce Streets. 
1852. 8vo, pp. 15. 

B., BM., H., HSP., M., NYH., UTS., WHS., Y. 93280 

Sturtevant. Quarter Century Celebration at Illinois College. 
Historical Discourse by the President, Rev. J. M. Sturtevant, d.d., 
with the Social Re-union of the Founders, Patrons, Alumni, and 
Friends of the College, at Jacksonville, Illinois. July 1 1, 1855. 
New York: John F. Trow, Printer, 377 &? 379 Broadway, cor- 
ner of White Street. [1855.] 8vo, pp. 52. 

Also several works published after i860. B., H., M., NYH., UTS. 9328 I 

Sturtevant (Peleg). The Buckshot War; or, The Last Kick 
of Anti-masonry. A Burlesque Medley — poetic, prosaic, humorous, 
satirical, &c. By Peleg Sturtevant ... i^«rWji>?^r^. 1839. 8vo, pp. 
32. c, HSP. 93282 

"Relates to the contest between the Democrats and Whigs in the General Assembly 
of Pennsylvania, December, 1838." — c. 

VOL. XXIV. 14 



214 STURTEVANT. 

Sturtevant. The Harrisburg Directory, and Stranger's Guide ; 
with a Sketch of the First Settlement of Harrisburg, by P. Sturte- 
vant. Harrisburgy Printed by the Author. 1 839. i2mo, pp. 48. 

AAs., c, NYP. 93283 

Sturz (Johann Jakob). Effeitos beneficos das machinas e do 
combustivel, como do aperfeigoamento dos meios de transporte 
sobre a prosperidade das na^oes. Rio de Janeiro. 1835. 8vo. 

93284 

This and the two following titles supplied from Sacramento Blake's "Diccionario 
bibliographico brazileiro," vol. 3, 1895, p. 414. 

Sturz. Effeitos das machinas e suas vantagens na riqueza pub- 
lica e necessidade de sua introducQao no Brasil, . . . Rio de Janeiro. 
1835. 4to, pp. 50. BM. 93285 

Sturz. Memoria sobre diversos ramos da agricultura, commer- 
cio e industria, ofTerecida a assemblea provincial da Bahia. Bahia. 
1846. Folio, pp. 72. 93286 

Sturz. A Revievi^, Financial, Statistical, & Commercial, of the 
Empire of Brazil and its Resources: together with a suggestion of 
the expediency and mode of admitting Brazilian and other foreign 
sugars into Great Britain for refining and exportation. By J. J. 
Sturz. London: Published by EffinghaTn Wilson, Royal Exchange. 
1837. [Verso of title:] London: Printed by Levey , Robson^ and 
Franklyn, 46 St. Martin's Lane. 8vo, pp. viii, 151. Folded table. 

AAS., BM., C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYH., UP. 93287 
Also several works published after i860, relating to Brazil, emigration, etc. 

Stutson (Nelson). New England: a Poem. Delivered at the 
Dedication of the New Hall of the Union Philosophical Society of 
the Wesleyan Academy. By Nelson Stutson. Springfield: Printed 
by Geo. W. Wilson, Main Street. 1 85 2. 8vo, pp. 15. 

AAS., NYH., NYP. 93288 

Stuyvesant Institute of the City of New York. Cata- 
logue descriptive, biographical and historical, of the exhibition of 
Select Paintings, by modern artists, principally American, and liv- 
ing, under the direction of a committee of amateurs. The paintings 
borrowed for this particular purpose from friends to the arts. At 
the Stuyvesant Institute, for four weeks only from the day of Open- 
ing, Nov. 19, 1838. New-York: Printed by G. P. Scott. 1838. 
8vo, pp. 23, appendix (i). nyh. 93289 



STURTEVANT MEADOWS. 2I5 

Charter and By-Laws. See New York City, no. 54685, vol. 13. 
c, H. 

Stuyvesant Meadows, N. Y. C. Reports and Documents 
relative to the Stuyvesant Meadows, from the year 1825 to 183 1, 
inclusive. New-York: George Robertson^ Printer, Corner Wall 
and Broad Sts. 1832. 8vo, pp. 50. nyh. 93290 

Stuyvesant Square Home Guard. Articles of Association. 
See New York City, note following no. 54685, vol. 13. whs. 

Styles (Abel). 5^?^ Stiles (Abel). 

Styles (Ezra). 5^^ Stiles (Ezra). 

Styles (John). The Life of David Brainerd, Missionary to the 
Indians, with an abridgement of his Diary and Journal. From 
President Edwards. By John Styles. Author of an Essay on the 
Stage, etc. London: Printed for Messrs. Williams and Smithy 
Stationer^ s-Court. By R. Tilling, Newfort, Isle of Wight. 1 808. 
i2mo, pp. vi, 291. BM., P. + First American Edition. Boston: 
Published by Sam,uel T. Armstrong, No. 50, Cornhill. i8i2. 
i2mo, pp. (8), 13-322, advertisement (l). aas., b., c, cu., 
MINNHS,, NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. + Second Edition. London: 
Printed by A. J. Valpy, Took^s Court, Chancery Lane; for F. 
Westley, Stationer^ s-Court, and A ve-M aria-Lane. 1 820. l2mo, 
pp. viii, 283. c, NYP. + Second American Edition. Boston: Pub- 
lished by Sa?nuel T. Armstrong, and Crocker <y Brewster, No. 50, 
Cornhill. 1 82 1. 1 2 mo, pp. xi, 9-2 80, list of books (4). 

AAS., B., BM., C, H., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 9329I 
An abridgment of Jonathan Edwards' "Account of the Life of David Brainerd," 
our nos. 21927-21928, vol. 6. 

[SuARD (Jean Baptiste Antoine)], ed. Opuscules philosophiques 
et litteraires, la plupart posthumes ou inedits. Paris: Imf. de 

Chevet. 1796. 8vo. 93292 

Simon-Jerome Bourlet de Vauxcelles was joint editor. 

Contains a reprint of the "Supplement au voyage de M. de Bougainville," our no. 
6867, vol. 2. 

Title from Barbier's "Dictionnaire des ouvrages anonymes." 

Suarez (Antonio). Defensa practicada el dia 19 de los corri- 
entes ante S. E. la Corte superior del primer distrito del centro, por 
D. Antonio Suarez, cura rector de la parroquia de San Juan de esta 
ciudad capital, en favor de la disciplina eclesiastica, Caracas. Im- 
frenta de Carreno Hermanos. Calle del Comercio numero 1 49. 
1852. i2mo, cover title, and pp. 20. Y. 93293 

This and the following title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 



2l6 SUAREZ (aNTONIO). 

[SuAREz]. La Justicia y la razon. Caracas. Imfrenta de 
Tomas Antero. 1852. 1 2mo, cover title, and pp. 7. Y. 93294 

Signed: "D. Antonio Suarez." 

SuAREZ (Buenaventura). Lunario de un siglo Que comienza 
en Enero del ano de 1740. y acaba en Diziembre del ano de 1841. 
. . . Contiene los aspectos principalis de Sol, y Luna . . . ya la noticia 
de los Eclipses de ambos Luminares, que seran visibles por todo el 
Siglo en estas Missiones de la Compania de Jesus en la Provincia 
del Paraguay. Regulada, y aligada la hora de los Aspectos, y Eclip- 
ses al Meridiano del Pueblo de los esclarecidos Martyres San Cosme, 
y San Damian . . . Por el Padre Buenaventura Suarez, de la Com- 
pafiia de Jesus. En Llsboa: En la Imfrenta de Francisco de Silva. 
Con todas las llcencias necessar'ias Ano de 1 748. 4to, pp. (l6), 
194- 93295 

Title abbreviated from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 3496, a copy 
located in his library. 

SuAREZ. Lunario | de un Siglo, | Que comenzava en su Original 
por Enero del ano de | 1 740., y acaba en Diziembre del ano de 
1 84 1, en que se | comprehenden ciento y un anos cumplidos. | Con- 
tiene los Aspectos principales de Sol, y Luna, esto es, las Conjun- 
ciones, Oposiciones, y Quar- | tos de la Luna con el Sol, segun sus 
movimientos verdaderos: | y la noticia de los Eclipses de ambos Lu- 
minares, que seran | visibles por todo el Siglo en estas Missiones de 
la I Compania de Jesus en la Provincia del | Paraguay. | Regulada, 
y Aligada la Hora de | los Aspectos, y Eclipses al Meridiano del 
Pueblo I de los esclarecidos Martyres | San Cosme, y San Damian, 
I Y estendido su uso a otros Meridianos por medio de la | Tabla de 
las diferencias meridianas, que se pone | al principio de el Lunario. | 
Danse al Fin de el Reglas faciles, | para que qualquiera, sin Mathe- 
matica, ni Arithmetica, | pueda formar de estos Lunarios de un siglo 
los de los I anos siguientes, desde el de 1842. hasta el de 1903. | Por 
el Padre | Buenaventura Suarez, | de la Compania de Jesus. | Bar- 
celona: Por Pablo Nadal Imfressor. j [1752.] 8vo, pp. (l6), 
19^- JCB. 93296 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

SuAREz (Jose), fl. 177 1. Positiones Jurisprudentic-e publico, 
sacr.e, ac civilis, quas apellant de Statvto, in Angelopolis Palafoxi- 
ano Collcgio dcfensanda; a Bacc. D. Josepho Svarez . . . Angclof- 
oli: e Typis Palafoxianis. Anno Domhi'i m. dcc. lxxi. (D.L.D.R.) 
I 4to, pp. (14), xxiv. Portrait. 93297 

Title abbreviated from Medina's "Imprenta en la Puebla dc los Angeles," no. 872. 



SUAREZ (jOSe). 217 

[SuAREz (Jose)]. Manual de elecciones, 6 sean Apuntes cano- 
nico-regulares de lo que debe observarse en los capitulos provinci- 
ales y otras elecciones, tanto de la regular, como de la mas estrecha 
observancia de N.S.P. San Francisco, compilados por un indigno 
hijo de la santa provincia de San Diego de Mexico. 2a ed. corr. y 
aum. Mexico: Imfr. de la Voz de la religion de F. Pomar y com- 
pania. 1853. 8vo, pp. 78. ucal. (Bancroft) 93298 

SuAREZ (Jose Bernardo). Hombres celebres de Chile. Santiago. 
1859. 93299 

Title from Appleton. Adapted for children under the title, "Plutarco de los j6- 
venes," /"am, 1861. nyp. 

Suarez published, after i860, several works on biographical and political subjects, 
and military manuals. 

SuAREZ (Jose Ildefonso). Breve memoria escrita por el oidor 
honorario de la Audiencia de Cuba, Don Jose Ildefonso Suarez, 
para satisfacer a la nacion y su gobierno supremo de las calumniosas 
acusaciones que le han hecho algunos enemigos. \^Paris: Imfr. de 
Everat. 1 839.] 8vo, pp. 35. BM., c. 93300 

For a refutation, see Tapaboca. 

SuAREZ. Don Jose Ildefonso Suarez, oidor honorario de la Au- 
diencia de Puerto-Principe, presenta al publico un nuevo y facil- 
isimo metodo de calumniar a cualquiera inventado por un discipulo 
predilecto suyo. \_Madrid: CoTnfania de impresores y libreros. 
1839.] i2mo, pp. 15. c. 93301 

SuAREz. Memoria segunda escrita por el oidor honorario Don 
Jose Ildefonso Suarez, para continuar deshaciendo calumnias y 
descubriendo el caracter de sus enemigos. [Madrid: Compania de 
impresores y libreros, 1839.] 8vo, pp. 15. BM., c. 93302 

SuAREZ. Memoria tercera del oidor honorario Don Jose Ilde- 
fonso Suarez, acerca de la Comision militar de la isla de Cuba. 
Justas y respetuosas consideraciones acerca del real decreto de 20 
de junio, publicado en la Gaceta de 30 de julio ultimo. Madrid: 
Compania general de impresores y libreros del reino. 1 839. 8vo, 
pp. 24. c. 93303 

[SuAREZ (Leonardo Santos)]. Reflexiones al ultimo impreso 
del Dr. D. Tomas Gutierrez de Pineres sobre la Diputacion Pro- 
vincial. Habana: Imprenta de Ara'zo'za y Soler. 1820. 4to. 

Title from Trelles' "Bibliografia cubana," vol. i, 191 1, p. 173. 933^4 

SuAREZ (Nicolas). Vida y martirio del glorioso Padre Fray 
Diego Ruiz Ortiz, de la Orden de nuestro Padre San Agustin, 



2l8 SUAREZ (p. S.). 

natural del lugar de Xetafe, Protomartir del Peru. Madrid: Por 
M dehor Sanchez. Aiio de 1659. 410, (lo), 70 leaves. 933^5 

Title from Palau y Dulcet's "Manuel del librero hispano-americano." 

SuAREZ (Pedro Suarez). Doctrina cristiana en la lengua abigira. 

93306 

According to Sobron's "Idiomas de la America latina," p. 55, this and the following 
title were printed by the Jesuits from the manuscripts of Suarez, who was born about 
the middle of the i6th century. 

Suarez. Vocabulario de la lengua abigira. 9330? 

Suarez Argudin (Jose). Proyecto de de inmigracion africana, 
presentado al Superior Gobierno de esta isla, por los senores Argu- 
din, Cunha Reis y Perdones, Marzo de i860. Habana: Imfrenta 
La Habanera, i860. 8vo, pp. 85. C, H. 93308 

Suarez de Arguello (Francisco). Ephemerides | generales 
de los I mouimientos de los cielos por doze anos, desde el de | 
M. DC. VII. hasta el de M. DC. xviii. segun el sere- | nissimo Rey 
don Alonso en los quatro Planetas inferio- | res, y Nicolas Coper- 
nico en los tres superiores que | mas conforma con la verdad y ob- 
seruacio- | nes, como se dira en el Prologo. | Al meridiano de la 
villa de | Madrid, que tiene de latitud 40. gr. 26. min. | Por Fran- 
cisco Svarez de Argvello. | Dirigido a Don Diego de Silva Conde 
de I Salinas y Ribadeo, Duque de Francauila. | I. En las qvalcs va 
vna tabia co- | piosissima de los lugares mas principales del orbe con 
su eleuacio, | hor, y mi. que se ban de afiadir 6 quitar, en qualquier 
ope- I racion que por nuestras Ephemerides se hiziere. | II. Y vnas 
tablas de la cantidad | del dia y noche, con la hora a que el Sol sale 
y se pone por todo | el ano para desde I. gra. de altura. hasta 60. | 
III. Tambien otras tablas racionales a | las mesmas alturas de Apolo, 
que hasta oy ninguno ha hecho. | IIII. Despves compvtadas, las 
estrcllas | fixas de primera y segunda magnitud, segun las tablas 
Alfonsinas, y Copernicas. | V. No solo anotados los eclypses con sv | 
cantidad y duracion, q en estos doze anos ocurren en nuestro Meri- 
diano sino I tambien los que en todas las Indias Orientales, y Ocidcn- 
tales aura, y en | las Regiones, partes, y lugares que se veran. | 
Imprcsso en Madrid, Por luan de la Cursta. \ Aiio de M. DC. \'lll. 
I Vcndense en casa del Autor a la forteria de S. Felife. \ Folio, pp. 
(^)> 35 5> verso blank, blank recto, colophon (l). 93309 

Title from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 542, a copy located in his 
library. 

Suarez de Escobar (Pedro). Primera Parte del Libro intitv- 
lado Espcio de Vida Christiana. . . . Hecho y compvesto por el Padre 



SUAREZ DE FIGUEROA (c). 2I9 

Maestro Don Pedro Suarez de Excobar: de la Orden de Sant 
Augustin, Obispo dc la nueua Vizcaya, en el Rcyno de Mexico. 
Con privilegio. En Madrid, en casa de la v'luda de Alonso Gome% 
que sea en gloria, Impressor del Rey nuestro senor, y de la Santa 
Cru-zada. Afio de. 159 1. Folio, 10 unnumbered, 528 numbered 
leaves. ^ in six, ^J in four, A-Z, Aa-Zz, Aaa-Vvv in eights. 933 10 

There are many errors in numbering of leaves. A copy is located in the library of 
S. Isidro. 

Title abbreviated from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 338, which 
does not list a second part. For possible continuations, see Beristain y Souza's "Biblio- 
teca hispano-americana setentrional," vol. i, 1883, pp. 413—414. 

SuAREZ DE FiGUEROA (Cristobal). Hechos | de Don Garcia | 
Hurtado de Mendoza, | Quarto Marques de Caiiete. | A Don 
Francisco de Roxas y \ Sandoual, Duque de Lerma, Marques de 
Denia, &c. | Por el Doctor Christoval | Suarez de Figueroa. | En 
Madrid, En la Imprenta Real. \ Ano M.DC.xill. | 4to, pp. (16), 
248, 245-324. 

BM., BODLEIAN, C, FAC.ADV., H., HEH., HISP.SOC, JCB., NYP. 

Improved title of no. 24317, vol. 6. 933^ ^ 

For a facsimile of the title page, see Maggs Bros.' "Bibliotheca Brasiliensis," 1930, 
their catalogue no. 456, p. 172. 

An attempt to rehabilitate the memory of Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza, whose 
achievements in the Araucanian war had been belittled in Ercilla's "La Araucana," 
see our nos. 22718-22727, vol. 6. Don Garcia was appointed by his father, then the 
viceroy of Peru, as governor of Chile, and was in command of the forces sent against 
the Araucanian Indians. The work treats of that campaign, of Hurtado de Mendoza's 
rule over Peru when he succeeded to the viceroyalty, of Mendana's expedition to the 
Solomon Islands, and of tlie later years of Don Garcia's life. It includes some account 
of Drake, Cavendish and Hawkins, and encounters with them. See Moses' "Spanish 
Colonial Literature in South America," published by the Hispanic Society of America, 
1922, pp. 162 and 185—186. 

SuAREZ DE Figueroa. Hechos | de Don Garcia | Hurtado de 
Mendoga, | Marques de Canete. | A Don luan Andres | Hurtado 
de Mendoga | su hijo, Marques de Canete, | Seiior de las Villas de 
Argete | y su partido, Montero mayor | del Rey nro senor, Guarda 
mayor de la ciudad | de Cuenca, ett* | Por el Doctor Christoval 
Suarez de Figueroa. | En Madrid, en la Imprenta Real. \ Ano 
1616. I 4to, pp. (18), 248, 245-324. JCB. 93312 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Except for the title and the second preliminary leaf, the above is from the same 
sheets as the edition of 161 3. The second leaf contains an address to the reader by 
Gabriel Caruajal de Ulloa on the recto, and an address to Juan Andres Hurtado de 
Mendoza signed by the author on the verso. UUoa's address to the reader is repeated 
on the verso of the fourth leaf, which has on the recto the author's dedication to the 
Duque de Lerma, Marques de Denia. This leaf is also found in the 161 3 edition. See 
the new jcb. printed catalogue. 

Reprinted in "Coleccion de historiadores de Chile," vol. 5, 1864, pp. 1—206. 



220 SUAREZ DE FIGUEROA (f.). 

For a list of other works by this author, see Medina's "Diccionario biografico 
colonial de Chile," 1906, and for facsimiles of some of the titles, with collations, 
Vindcl's "Manual . . . del bibliofilo hispano-americano," 193 1. It includes a facsimile 
of the title of the 16 16 edition of the Hechos. 

[SuAREz DE FiGUEROA (Felix)]. [ At foot of text :] Despacho 
para que la Justicia de la Jurisdiccion de | luego q lo reciva lo haga 
publicar, y publique | para que en su virtud todos los duenos de 
Tierras, Aguas, y demas q en | el se expressa dentro del termino 
que prebiene lo presenten, y se exe- j cute lo demas que refiere. | 
[Mexico. 1716.] Folio, pp. (3). 93313 

Title from Medina's "Imprenta en Mexico," no. 2469, the copy described being in 
Medina's own library, and having the autograph signature of the author. 

SuAREZ DE FiGUEROA (Jose). Alegacion juridica por Andres 
Lopez Moscoso, contra el regidor Juan de Salinas, sobre paga de 
doce mil pesos. Por D. Jose Suarez de Figueroa. Mexico. [l6 — ?] 
Folio. 93314 

Title from Berlstain, vol. 3, p. 165, where no date Is assigned. Medina, "Imprenta 
en Mexico," no. 2013 ,is from the same authority, with the date 16 — suggested. 

SuAREZ DE FiGUEROA. De Ivre Adhjerendi alterivs appella- 
tionis, & de omni adhoesionis materia. . . . Avctore Licenciato D. 
losepho Suarez de Figueroa, experto iurisconsulto oppido nunccu- 
pato Villaescusa de Haro . . . lam pridem Limani Senator Regias 
Chancellarias Regni Peruani aduocato. Nvnc vero D. prorregis 
assessore, ac Regii Vestigalii in commissarum causis priuatiuo iudice. 
Cvm privilegio Matrit't Ex Tyf agraphia Regia Anno 1666. Folio, 
6 leaves, and pp. 243, index 39 leaves. j| in six, A-T in sixes, V in 
eight, a-e in sixes, f in eight. 93315 

Title abbreviated from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 1417. A 
copy is located in the Biblioteca Nacional in Madrid. 

[SuAREZ DE Figueroa]. ... del Altar, ... a, concebida . . . 
de pedado [sic] original. Amen lesus. Imfresso en Lima for 
Pedro de Cabrera y V aides: En la Imprenta Real. A no de 1 64 1. 
Folio, I unnumbered, 30 numbered, and 2 unnumbered leaves. 

.'signed by Jose Suarez de Figueroa. 933^^ 

Title from Medina's "Imprenta en Lima," no. 221, which describes a mutilated 
copy in the library of the Seminary of Santo Toribio. 

[Suarez de Figueroa]. ... El hecho es notorio a v. m. Y assi 
cscusado el rcpetirlc, maxime qua do lo esta por thiplicado en los 
informcs dados, aunque inescusable par este, el aduertir los instru- 
mentos de que trae origen el de la llamada venta, por fundarse en 
cllos, la simulacion y co fiiiga: los quales son scys. El 1. el del 
cmpeno y hypotcca especial de la dicha chacra, y poder en causa 



SUAREZ DE FIGUEROA (j.)- 221 

propria para venderla, celebrado en fauor de lua Lopez de Men- 
doza. [Lima. l6 — .] Folio, 29 numbered leaves. 933^7 

Caption title. With heading: "Fol. i." Signed by the author, Jose Suarez de Fi- 
gueroa. A copy is located in the library of the seminary in Lima. 

Information from Medina's "Imprenta en Lima," no. 2410, which assigns it to the 
first quarter of the 17th century. 

SuAREZ DE FiGUEROA. Informa en derecho el Lie. D. loseph 
Svarez de Figveroa . . . En la cavsa que los Senores [sic] Fiscal de 
lo civil, y Fiscal Protector de sv Magestad sigven contra D. Baltasar 
Pardo de Figveroa y Gvevara, General qve fve de la Real Armada 
de este mar del Sur. Sobre oponerle culpa en el extrauio de las 
barras, pinas, y barretones que se aprehendieron en la Nao Santiago, 
que baxo del puerto del Callao el ano passado de 53. por Capitana 
de la Real Armada con el Thesoro de su Magestad, y de particu- 
lares al Reyno de Tierrafirme. . . . L'lmaey Die 20. Mensis Afrilis, 
Anni 1654. I Folio, 31 numbered leaves. 933^3 

Title abbreviated from Medina's "Imprenta en Lima," no. 362. A copy is located 
in the Biblioteca Nacional in Santiago. 

SuAREZ DE FiGUEROA (Miguel). Templo de N. | Grande 
Patriarca San | Francisco de la Provincia de | los doze Apostoles 
de el Peru en la | Ciudad de los Reyes arruinado, | restaurado, y 
engrandecido | de la providencia | Divina. | En Panegyrico his- 
torial, y | poetico certamen. | Dedicalo la mesma Provincia | A 
N. R.mo P. F. Antonio | de Somoza, Letor Jubilado, | Caliiicator 
de la Suprema, y General Inquisicion, | Guardian de los Conventos 
de San Francisco de | Leon, y Salamanca, Padre de la Provincia 
de I Santiago, de toda la Orden, y Comis- | sario General de las 
Indias. | Escrivelo obediente hijo de | la Prouincia el P. Predicador 
Fr. Miguel j Suarez de Figueroa. | Con licencia. En Lima, Ano de 
1675. I 4to, 8 unnumbered and 23 numbered leaves, i unnumbered 
leaf, "Visita, y declaracion que hizo el P. Pred. Fr. Juan de Ben- 
auides" 17 unnumbered leaves. 3 plates. [a]-b, A-F, a-d in 
fours, I leaf without signature. Y. 93319 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

A facsimile of the title is in Vindel's "Manual ... del biblioiilo hispano-americano," 
1931. 

Medina in his "Imprenta en Lima," no. 496, and Leclerc, "Bibliotheca Americana," 
1878, state that Pinelo's "Epitome" gives this title, dated 1673. We have been unable 
to find this reference in Pinelo. 

SuAREz DE Gamboa (Juan). Illustrissimo Seiior. Adverten- 
cias de daiios qve se sigven, assi para el Real interesse de su Mages- 
tad, como en daiio general del comun de la Nueua Espana, y su 
ruina, cuya razon es verisimil y verdadera, sin que se pueda escu- 



222 SUAREZ DE GAMBOA. 

recer, que demas de lo que ha mostrado la experiencia, amenaza 
mayor dano para adelante, y auisos de su remedio, que di yo luan 
Suarez de Gamboa, vezino de la ciudad de los Angeles, . . . [Mad- 
rid? 1621.] Folio, 7 numbered leaves. BM. 93320 

Caption title. 

Signed at Madrid, December, 1621. Title from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano- 
americana," no. 721. 

[Suarez de Gamboa]. Sefior. Tres Cosas son las que obligan 
a credito, de los auisos que piden remedio de danos grandes: La 
^nmcra, ... [Madrid? 162 1.] Folio, 6 numbered leaves. 

Caption title. BM. 9332I 

Signed by Juan Suarez de Gamboa, and dated at Madrid, December, 1621. Title 

from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 720. 

"A memorial addressed to the King of Spain, on the affairs of the Province of New 

Spain or Mexico." — bm. 

Suarez de Giles (Tomas). Memorial e information en dere- 
cho del Licenciado Don Thomas Svarez de Giles, Clerigo Pres- 
bytero, y Abogado de la Real Audiencia de la ciudad de los Reyes; 
en fauor de aquellos, que se presume, y no consta auerse ahorcado 
alios mesmos, 6 se dan otros generos de muertes desastradas; para 
que se les aya de dar (en caso de duda) Eclesiastica sepultura. 
[Lima. 1 6 — .] 4to, 29 unnumbered leaves. 93322 

Below the title is the coat of arms of Pedro de Villagomez, archbishop of Lima. He 
was appointed in 164.0 and died in 1671, so the memorial must have been printed 
some time within that period. It relates to the question whether Christian burial 
should be given to a suicide. Information from Medina's "Imprenta en Lima," no. 
241 1, a copy located in his library. 

Suarez de Melo (Matias). Memorial de los seruicios del 
Doctor do Matias Suarez de Melo, Clerigo Presbytero, natural de 
la isla de San Miguel, y domiciliario del Obispado de Cartagena de 
las Indias. [n. f. 1622.] Folio, pp. (3). 93323 

Caption title. 

A copy is located in the Indian Archives at Seville. Information from Medina's 
"Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 6904. 

Suarez de Mendoza (Juan). D. loannis Svarez de Mendoza 
Ivrisconsvlti Hispani in Salmaticcnsi Academia publici iuris C.-^sarvm 
profcssoris Commcntarii ad Legem Aqviliam. . . . Salmanticcr. Afud 
Tabcrnirr. Atmo m.dc.xl. 4to, pp. (20), 61S; sum;c capitum, 
4 unnumbered leaves; index rcrum, 32 unnumbered leaves; Lidex 
Icgum, 10 unnumbered leaves; blank leaf; Priemonitio ad lectorem, 
uimumbcrcd leaf, verso blank; Francisci Balduini Commentarius 
tic- Lege Aquilia pp. (27). 93324 

Title abbreviated from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 1021. A 
copy is located in the library of the University of Seville. 



SUAREZ DE PERALTA. 223 

SuAREZ DE Peralta (Juan). Tractado de la Cavalleria, | de 
la Gineta y Brida: enel qual se contiene | muchos primores, assi 
enlas seiiales de los | Cauallos, como en las condiciones: colores y 
I talks: y como se ha de hazer vn hombre de a ca- | uallo de ambas 
sillas, y las posturas que ha de tener, y | maneras para enfrenar, y 
los frenos que en cada silla | son menester, para que vn cauallo ande 
bien enfrenado | y otros auisos muy principales y primos, tocantes y 
vr- I gentes a este exercicio. Compuesto per don | luan Suarez de 
Peralta, Vezino | y natural de Mexico, | en las Indias. | Dirigido al 
muy excelente senor don Alonso Perez | de Guzman el bueno, 
Duque de Medina Sydonia, Conde | de Niebl, Marques de Cagaga, 
I en Africa, | Con Preuilegio Real. | En Seu'illa en casa de Fer- 
nando Diaz. Imfressor: \ enla calle dela Sierfe. | Ano de 1 580. | 
4to, 10 1 numbered leaves. 93325 

Title from a photo-facsimile in Vindel's "Manual . . . del bibliofilio hispano- 
americano," 193 1. Medina, Bib. hisp.-amer. no. 264, locates a copy in the Biblio- 
teca Nacional in Madrid. 

Suarez de Peredo (Agustin). Informe que da el comisionado 
del ramo de coches d providencia Agustin Suarez de Peredo en la 
solicitud que presentaron al Exmo. Ayuntamiento los infractores 
del Reglamento del ramo, ciudadanos M. Perez de Castro [and 
others], pidiendo lo separaran de la comision, . . . Megico. 1838. 
4to. BM. 93326 

Suarez de Peredo (Vicente del Nifio Jesus). La estrella mas 
hermosa 6 Aparicion de la Santisima Virgen de Ocotlan en la noble 
ciudad de Tlaxcalan . . . Puebla: Imfr. del Comer c'lo. 1 840. 
i2mo, pp. 70. Frontispiece, ucal(bancroft). + Mexico. 
1846. l2mo, pp. 80. 4 plates and map. 93327 

Title of the 1840 edition from the printed catalogue of the Bancroft Library pub- 
lished by the University of California, 1930. It is listed in the Andrade catalogue, 
1869, no. 2838, with the following collation: "pp. (6), 70. Plate, and map." 

Title of the 1846 edition from the latter catalogue, no. 2839. 

Suarez de Peredo. Historia de la Santisima Virgen Mari'a, 
que con el titulo de Ocotlam se venera con todas las apariencias de 
aparecida en la nobilisima ciudad de Tlaxcalam, para cuya forma- 
cion ha tenido a la vista su humilde autor Fr. Vicente del Nino Jesus 
Suarez de Peredo. Religiose laico de la Provincia del Santo Evan- 
gelio de Mexico, y morador del convento de Santa Recoleccion de 
N S. P. S Francisco de Topoyanco, todo lo que hasta el dia se ha 
excrito en esta materia. Dase a luz a expensas sohcitadas y aplicadas 



224 



SUAREZ DE SOLIS. 



con licencia de sus superiores, por el mismo. Mexico: 1823. Im- 
frcnta de D. Mariano Ontiveros. l6mo, pp. 104. Frontispiece. 

HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP., UCAL ( BANCROFT) . 93328 

SuAREz DE SoLis (Alonso). Memorial del pleyto que don 
Alonso Suarez de Solis senor de la villa del Villar trata con El 
senor Fiscal. Sobre Que pretende el seiior Fiscal se ha de madar al 
dicho don Alonso responda derechamente a las excepciones que le 
tiene puestas. \_n. f. 1620?] Folio, 58 leaves. 933^9 

Title from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 6905, a copy located in 
the library of the University of Seville. 

Suarez de Somoza (Jeronimo), fscud. Vida \ del venerable 
y apostolico | Padre Pedro Claver | de la Compania | de lesvs. | 
Dispvesta por el Licenciado Geronimo Suarez de | Somoza, nat- 
ural de Madrid, alumno de la misma | Religion. | Dedicala | Al 
Reuerendissimo Padre Pedro Pimentel, de | la Compania de lesus, 
Prcdicador de su Ma- | gestad, y Calificador del Consejo supremo | 
de la Santa y General | Inquisicion. | Con privilegio. | En Madridy 
for Maria de QuinoneSy | Ano de 1 65 7. | 8vo, 12 unnumbered, and 
172 numbered leaves. nyp(schomburg). 93330 

Sommervogel in his edition of Backer, vol. I, col. •^zS, notes that the preface shows 
that the work though published under the name of Suarez de Somoza, was written by 
the Jesuit, Alfonso de Andrade. Antonio in his Bib. Hisp. Nova, vol. i, 1783, p. 604, 
had questioned whether the author were a Jesuit. 

Medina, "Bibliotheca hispano-americana," no. 1274, locates another copy in the 
library of the University of Granada, and one in his own collection. 

[Suarez de Zayas (Juan)]. Discurso, | y Alegacion juridica 
por el venerable Dean, y Cabildo | de la Santa Iglesia | Cathedra 
Metropolitana | de la Ciudad de Mexico, | en la Nueva-Espana. 
En el Pleyto | con la sagrada Religion de la | Compania de Jesus. 
Sobre | La liquidacion, y justificacion de los Diezmos de Fru- | tos, 
Ganados, Heredades, y Predios, propios de las | Casas, y Colegios de 
dicha Religion, sitos dentro de | los limites, y terminos de aquel 
Arzobispado; y sobre | las diligencias, que a este sin practicaron los 
Jucces I Hacadores de Diezmos, y sus Colectores, y Minis- | tros. | 
\^Madrid. 1735.] 4to, I unnumbered, and 19 numbered leaves. 

BM., JCB. 93331 

Signed and dated: Madrid, y Octubre 26. de 1735. Lie. Don Juan Suarez de Zayas. 

Information supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Suarez de Zayas. Informe | hecho al Real, | y Supremo Con- 



sejo 
Por 



de las Indias | el dia 14. de Dicicmbre de este ano | de 1 735. 
El Licenciado Don Juan Suarez | de Zayas, Abogado de los 
Rcalcs Conscjos. | En defcnsa del Venerable Dean, I y Cabildo de 



SUAREZ IRIARTE. 225 

la Santa Iglesia Cathedral Metropo- | litana dc la Ciudad de Mex- 
ico: I cuyo derecho coadyuba el de la Santa | Iglesia Cathedral de 
la Puebla de los Angeles: | en el pleyto | con la Sagrada Religion 
de la I Compaiiia de Jesus. | Sobre | La liquidacion, y justificacion 
de los Diezmos que adeudan los Co- | legios, y Casas de aquel 
Arzobispado. | Y con | el Senor Fiscal de dicho Consejo, | por el 
interes, que Su Magestad (Dios le guarde) | tiene en dichos diezmos 
por la reserva de [ sus dos Reales Novenos, | [Mexico. 1 735?] 
Folio, I unnumbered, and 7 numbered leaves. 

BM., ucal(bancroft). 93332 

SuAREZ Iriarte (Francisco). Defensa pronunciada ante el 
gran jurado el 21 de marzo de 1850, por Francisco Suarez Iriarte, 
acusado en 8 de agosto de 1848 por el Secretario de Relaciones en 
aquella fecha, de los crimenes de sedicion contra el Gobierno de 
Queretaro e infidencia contra la patria, en sus actos como Presi- 
dente de la Asamblea Municipal de la ciudad y distrito de Mexico. 
Mexico. Tifografia de R. Rafael, calle dc Cadena N° 13. 1850. 
8vo, pp. (4), iii— V, verso blank, 3—147. Folded plan. 

BM., Hisp.soc.AMER., ucal(bancroft). 93333 

Suarez Marrero (Diego). Oracion funebre, | que | en las 
Exequias | de nuestro Catolico Monarca | el S"". D. Carlos III. | 
Celebradas por el muy Ilustre Venerable Cabil- | do de la Santa 
Iglesia Catedral de Valla- | dolid de Michoacan | dixo | el Sr. Dr. 
D. Diego Suarez Marrero | Prebendado de la misma Iglesia, | 
Oficiando de Pontifical el Illmo. Senor Obispo | Diocesano, con 
asistencia de ambos Cabil dos, de | las Religiones, y de todas las 
clases de esta | Ciudad, dia 3 de Septiembre de 1 789. | Imfresa en 
Mexico, for Don Felipe de Zuniga y Ontiveros, \ calle del Esfiritu 
Santo ana de 1790. | 4to, pp. (6), 38. JCB., nyp. 93334 

Suarez Osorio de Cepeda (Juan). Epicedio ivridico, dia- 
lectico, politico, y moral, en qve se dize, la obligacion qve su Mages- 
tad tiene de premiar los seruicios de don Luis Fernandez de Cordoua 
y Arce, Veintiquatro de la ciudad de Cordoua, y sus antecessores, y 
los de dona luana de Arce y Cepeda su muger, cuya es la villa y 
mayorazgo del Carpio. Por Don Ivan Svarez Osorio de Cepeda 
Cauallero de la Orden de Calatraua. | [n. f. 1631.] Folio, 26 
leaves. 93335 

Presenting claims to a Spanish title, a commission in the Order of Santiago, and a 
place in the Council of war. 

Information from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-chilena," no. 79, where it is 
stated that the "Epicedio" is preceded by four leaves containing an exposition of the 



2 26 SUAREZ PEREDA. 

services of Fernandez de Cordoua, who accompanied Suarez Osorio in his claims to 
patronage, by Francisco de Barreda. These two pieces are preceded by two leaves con- 
taining a letter or dedication of Suarez Osorio addressed to Lorenzo de Cardenas, 
president of the Consejo de Indias, and dated, Madrid, July i8, 1631. 
A copy is located in the library of the University of Seville. 

Suarez Pereda (Jose Rafael). Relacion de los servicios y 
meritos del D^. Jose Rafael Suarez Pereda. [Mexico. 1844.] 
8vo. BM. 93336 

Suarez Peredo (Francisco). Inscripciones colocadas en el 
catafalco, y oraciones funebres pronunciadas en las solemnes exe- 
quias que celebro en las dias 6 y 7 de octubre de 1848, la santa 
iglesia catedral de Puebla, por el alma del Exmo. y Illmo. Senor 
Dr. Don Francisco Pablo Vazquez . . . Puebla: I?npr. de A. Cas- 
tillero. 1849. 8vo, pp. (6), 50. BM., ucal(bancroft). 93337 

Suarez Ponce de Leon (Nicholas). Por informaciones, tes- 
timonios, titulos, pareceras, certificaciones, sentencias, y cedulas de 
su Magestad, Consta de los seruicios del Capitan Nicolas Suarez 
Ponce de Leon, hijo legitimo del Capitan Alexo Suarez de Pereda, 
y de dona luana Ponce de Leon, y de los del dicho su padre, y 
abuelos. [n. f. 16 — ]. Folio, two unnumbered leaves. 93338 

Title from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 8354, where it is listed ia 
a section of undated 17th century, publications. A copy is located in the Palafox library 
in Puebla. 

[Suarez y Navarro (Juan)]. Alegato hecho ante el Juez 
Primero. See Santa-Anna (Antonio Lopez de), note following no. 
76747, vol, 18. NYP. 

Signed, Juan Suarez y Navarro. 

Suarez y Navarro. Discurso sobre los tribunales militares, 
leido en el Ateneo mejicano en una de sus sesiones, sobre ciencias 
de este ramo . . . Nueva edicion . . . Mejico: Impr. de J. M. Lara. 
1849. 8vo, pp. 60. ucal(bancroft). 93339 

Suarez y Navarro. Esposicion hccha a la Camara de diputados 
del Congreso de la union . . . Mexico: Impr. de I. Ciimplido. 
1849. 8vo, pp. 16. ucal(bancroft). 93340 

Suarez y Navarro. El general Santa-Anna burlandose de la 
nacioM en su despedida fecha en Perote . . . Mexico: Impr. de I. 
CttmpUdo. 1856. i8mo, pp. 291. ucAL (Bancroft). 93341 

Suarez y Navarro. Historia de Mexico y del general Antonio 
Lopez de Santa-Anna. Comprcnde los acontecimientos politicos 



SUAREZ Y NAVARRO. 227 

que han tenido lugar en la Nacion, desde el ano de 182 1 hasta 
1848, por Juan Suarez y Navarro, ciudadano jalisciense. Mexico. 
Imprenta de Ignacio Cumfltdo, Calle de los Rebeldes numero 2. 
1850. Folio, pp. xi, 457, erratas (l). Frontispiece portrait. 

B., BM., C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP., UCAl(bANCROFt)., Y. 

93342 

At foot of p. 457: "Fin del tomo primero." No more published. This volume brings 
the history down to 1833. 

SuAREz Y Navarro. Informe sobre las frecuentes revoluci- 
ones. ^ee Navarro (Juan Suarez), no. 521 17, vol. 12. hisp.soc. 

AMER., NYP., UCAl(bANCROFt). 

Suarez y Navarro. Juicio critico sobre el restablecimiento de 
la Compania de Jesus, . . . Mexico. 1 84 1. 8vo. BM. 93343 

Suarez y Navarro. Oracion civica pronunciada en la capital 
de Mexico el dia 1 1 de septiembre de 1853, por el General D. Juan 
Suarez y Navarro. Mexico. Imprenta de Ignacio Cumflido, calle 
de los Rebeldes num. 2. 1 853. Royal 8vo, pp. 9, ( I ). aas. 93344 

See also Perdigon Garay (J. G.), no. 60874, vol. 14, bm., and the following: 
Contestacion al alegato presentado por D. J. Suarez Navarro, en la causa instruida 
al teniente coronel D. R. Junguito, por difamacion. Mexico. 1850. 8vo. bm. 

Suarez y Romero (Anselmo). Coleccion de articulos de An- 
selmo Suarez y Romero. Habana: E stable cimkento tifografico La 
Anttlla, Lamfarilla i6. 1859. ^^O' PP- 276, 2. 

B., C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP. 93345 

The essays are divided into five groups: Educacion, Critica, Biografia, Costumbres 
del camp, Cuadros de la naturaleza cubaiia. 

Other essays and a novel by the same author appeared after i860. 

Suarez y Torquemada (Jose Francisco). El Tercero por 
antonomasia o rey tres veces coronado, el S"". D. Carlos III. Rey 
de las Espaiias en su feliz proclamacion Que celebraron las Nobles 
Diputaciones de el Comercio de Espana, y Xalapa, el dia diez, y 
siete de Mayo en la solemnidad de la Santissima Trinidad de el 
ano de 176 1. Predico el Dr. D. Joseph Francisco Svarez, y Tor- 
quemada, Colegial Antiguo de el Eximio de Sr. S. Pablo de la 
Puebla, Abogado de la Real Audiencia, Cura Coadjutor de Santa 
Maria Piaztla, Interino, y despues Proprietario de Xalapa, Comis- 
sario de la Sta. Cruzada, y de el Sto. Oficio de la Inquisicion de 
este Reyno, Natural de dicho Lugar. Sacalo a luz D. Manuel 
Rivero, Cordero, Quien lo dedica a el Illmo. Sr, Dr. D. Domingo 
Pantaleon Alvarez de Abreu, Arzobispo de Santo Domingo, Dig- 
nissimo Obispo de la Puebla de los Angeles de el Consejo de S. M. 



228 SUBALTERN. 

Assistente a el Sacro Solio, &c. Imfresso en Mexico en la Imfrenta 
de el Real, y Mas antiguo Colegto de San IldejonsOy ano de l']b2. 
4to, pp. (14), 20. 93346 

Title from Medina's "Imprenta en Mexico," no. 4797, a copy located in his own 
library. 

Beristain lists this title with the date, 176 1. 

A Subaltern in America. See [Gleig (George Robert)], no. 

27570, vol. 7. B., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 

According to Babcock's "Rise of American Nationality," [1906], p. 322, this work 
was "deliberately modelled after Gleig's books, and incorporates part of the title of 
another book by Gleig, The Subaltern, which deals exclusively with the Peninsular 
Wars. . . . but a careful examination of the volume, . . . makes it perfectly clear that 
Gleig could not have written it." 

Subdivisions du Bas-Canada. See Canada, no. lo6i I, vol. 3. 

Subduing Freedom in Kansas. See Kansas, no. 37092, vol. 9. 

H., NYP. 93347 

Advertisements at foot of p. i and on verso of p. 31 appear over the names of 
Greeley & McElrath, Tribune Office, New York. 

[SuBERWiCK (Mme. ^^)]- Misterios de la Inquisicion y 

otras sociedades secretas de Espaiia, por M. V. de Fereal [fseud.], 
con notas historicas y una introduccion de D. Manuel de Cuendias. 
Traducida del Frances. Mejico: Imfrenta de V. Garcia Torres, 
a cargo de L. Vidaurri. 1 850. 8vo, added illustrated title, and pp. 
306, 65, (4), XX, 59. Plates. c, nyp. 93348 

According to the catalogue of the Bibliotheque nationale, the pseudonym, "Victor 
de Fereal," was used by Mme. de Suberwick. The above work, which is an abridged 
translation of her "Mystcres de I'Inquisition," Paris, 1845, has American interest 
because of an added appendix which contains the following items: Establecimiento de 
la Inquisicion en el Nuevo Mundo, pp. 299-306; Autos de Fe, celcbrades por la 
Inquisicion de Mexico, pp. 65; table of contents for the complete work and list of 
plates, pp. (4); Juicio critico de los misterios de la Inquisicion, por un viajero, pp.xxj 
Defensa del editor de la obra titulada Los misterios de la Inquisicion, pp. 59. The last 
two items have separate title pages. 

The NYP. copy has 25 plates lacking five mentioned in the list of plates, but in- 
cluding two which are not listed. 

See also: J. M. Diez de Sollano's anonymous "Censura eclesiastica de la obra 
titulada: Misterios de la Inquisicion, que se publica por orden del Sr. Vicario 
Capitular de este Arzoblspado," Mexico, 1850. nyp. 

SuBiA (Juan de). Declamacion | honoraria, | que | en la 
funcbre parentacion | de la M. R. M. | Sor Oliva | Cayetana 
Maria, | rcligiosa capuchina, | se celebro en el religiosissimo | Con- 
vento de Seiioras Capuchinas de esta Ciudad de | Queretaro, el 
dia veinte, y uno de Mayo, | del ano de 1742. | Dijola | el R. P. 
Fr. Juan de Subia, Prcdicador | General Jubilado, v actual Predi- 
cador Mayor del Convcnto I Grande de Nuestro Padre San Fran- 



SUBIDA, 229 

CISCO de dicha | Ciudad. | Sacala a luz a sus Expensas | cl Sr. D. Juan 
Antonio Guerrero, y Davila, Urru- | tia, y Arana, Caballero del 
Orden de Alcantara, y Mar- | ques del Villar de la Aguila, | quien 
lo dedica | al Santissimo Patriarcha senor San Joseph. | Con licencia 
en Mexico: j Por la V'luda de Joseph Bernardo de Hogaly Imfres- 
sora del Real, y | ApostoUco Tribunal de la Santa Crui.ada. Ano 
de 1743. I 4to, pp. (18), 36. 93349 

Title from Medina's "Imprenta en Mexico," no. 3675. 

La Subida mas alta, la caida es muy lastimosa. [Colophon:] 
Imprenta de D. Mariano 0?itiveros, ano de 1 82 1. [Mexico.^ 
i6mo, 2 leaves. Y. 93350 

Caption title. Followed by: Parte segunda de La Subida . . . [Colophon:] Mexico 
1 82 1. Imprenta americana de D. Jose Maria Betancourt calle de San Jose el Real 
num. 2. i6mo, 2 leaves, y. Caption title. 

Professor F. B. Liiquiens states that the author is probably Mariano Barazabal. 

Information supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

The I Sublime and Beautiful | of | Scripture: | being | Essays | 
on I Select Passages | of | Sacred Composition. | By Courtney Mel- 
moth. I To which is added, | Dr. D wight's Dissertation | on the 
Poetry, History, and Eloquence | of the Bible. ] . . . | New-York: 
Printed by Tiebout &? O^Brien, \ For C. Davisy and E. Mitchell^ 
Booksellers and \ Stationers, Maiden-Lane. \ 1 795. | l8mo, pp. 
247, contents (5). aas., ba., h., job., nyp. 93351 

Courtney Melmoth was a pseudonym used by Samuel Jackson Pratt. 
First English edition, 1777. 

The Sublime and Ridiculous blended. See [Van Dusen (In- 
crease McGee)]. 

Submarine Armour Company, N. Y. Charter, &c., of the 
Submarine Armour Company. Incorporated by the Legislature of 
the State of New-York, April 2, 1838. New-York. 1838. 8vo, 
pp. 21. , c. 93352 

SuBRECARGUE, pseud. La Verite sur Haiti, ses deux emprunts, 
ses agens, ses finances, son credit et ses ressources. Reponse a la 
Lettre d'un Colon, a I'usage de son Exc. le Ministre des Finances 
et des capitalistes, par un Subrecargue. Paris, Chez tons les lib- 
raires. Iniprimerie Morcau,rnc Montmartre,n°. t,C). 1 828. l2mo, 
PP'(2),44- Y. 93353 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. Attributed to — Nonay in Barbier's "Diction- 
naires des ouvrages anonymes." 

Subscriber, pseud. A Brief Appeal in behalf of the Special Fund 
opened by the Church Missionary Society for imparting religious 
VOL. XXIV. 15 



230 



SUBSCRIBERS. 



instruction to the Negroes in the West Indies. By a Subscriber. 
York. 1836. 8vo. BM. 93354 

The Subscribers, proprietors of lands in the State of Pennsylvania, 
finding it necessary to protect their property from unlawful intru- 
sions, have agreed to form themselves into an Association on the 
following terms and principles. [Philadelphia.] June 7, 1796. 
Broadside. 93355 

Title from Evans, no. 30988. 

Subscribers to Maiden-Bridge. See Maiden Bridge, note follow- 
ing no. 44100, vol. 1 1. 

The Subscribers to the Non-importation Agreement | are desired 
to meet at Davenport's Tavern, in Third- | Street; on Saturday 1 
next, at 10 o'Clock; to choose | eleven persons to supply the place! 
of that number of the | Committee, who resigned at the meeting of; 
the subscribers, | this day | September 20 [?], 1770 [?]. [Phila- 
delfhia. 1770?] Small 410 broadside. c. 93356 

The date in the c. copy is mutilated. Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

. . . The Subscribers to the | Non-Importation Agree- | ment, 
are desired to meet ] at the Exchange To-morrow | Morning, pre- 
cisely at 1 1 o'clock, I to consider of a Letter received | from Phila- 
delphia . . , \_New York. 1770.] Small 4to broadside, p. 93357 

With heading: "New-York, May 17, 1770. | Advertisement." | Title from a 
photostat in nvp. 

Subscripcion para imprimir una obra dirigida a los insurgentes de 
America, Y a los amantes de la Religion, de la Patria, y de las santas 
Casas de Exercicios. [Colophon:] Con superior fermiso. Mexico: 
En la oficina de D. Mariano Ontiveros, ono de 1 8 14. 8vo, pp. 22. 

Signed by Agustin Pomposo Fernandez de San Salvador. 9335 '^ 

Title from Medina's "Imprenta en Mexico," no. 10934, copies located in his own 
library, and in the Palafox library in Pucbla. 

Subscription Assembly. | Admit | to the Assembly, at the Assem- 
bly Room, Federal j street, for the season. | YBoston:] Printed by 
Thomas &' Andrews. [1796.] Broadside. 93359 

Title from Ford's "Broadsides, . . . printed in Massachusetts," 1922, no. 2801, 
taken from a copy in a private collection. 

Subscription Paper for the Deputy Commissary's Guide. | [An- 
napolis: Printed by Anne Catharine Green and Son. 1774.] Folio 
broadside. mdhs. 93360 

Title from Wroth's "History of Printing in Colonial Maryland," 1922, no. 340. 



SUBSTANCE OF A COUNCIL. 23 1 

The I Substance, | of a | Council | Held at Lancaster August the 
28th 1764. By I a Committee of Presbyterian Ministers | and 
Elders deputed from all Parts of Penn- | sylvania, in order to settle 
the ensuing E- | lection of Members for the Assembly. | Published, 
I At the Request of their respective | Congregations. | • • • | [Phila- 
delphia: A. Ar?nbruster.'\ Printed in the Year mdcc,LXIV. | 8vo, 
pp.19. JCB., NYP., P. 93361 

Imprint supplied from Hildeburn. Improved title of no. 60646, vol. 4, which see 
for a note, and the suggestion of Franklin as a probable author. Brinley, no. 3070, 
considers the attribution doubtful, and that Franklin's son William was more likely 
to have written this lampoon. 

Substance of a Debate in the House of Commons on the 2 2nd 
May, 1823, on the Motion of Mr. W. W. Whitmore, "that a 
Select Committee be appointed to inquire into the Duties payable 
on East and West India Sugar." London: P rinted by J. S. Brick- 
tvood. 1823. 8vo, pp. (2), 15, 14, 19, 14, 8, 12, 25, 2, (l), 3, 

(0- 93362 

Title from Cundall's "Bibliography of the West Indies," 1909, p. 109. Imprint 
and collation supplied from a ms. note prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin. 

. . . Substance of a Discussion in the Senate, on the Report . . . 
in favor of incorporating Amherst College. See American States- 
man, no. 1 23 1, vol. I. 

Boston should be supplied as the place of printing. 

The Substance of a late Remarkable Dream, in which were pre- 
sented the Celestial Worlds and the Infernal Regions, with the 
Arch Enemy of Mankind, with his Legions paraded, together with 
his Instructions to them, in which was discovered, his deep-laid plot 
against the United States of America. Hallowell (^District of 
Maine) Printed by Peter Edes. 1 800. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., NYP. 93363 
Introduction signed: James Shurtleff. Litchfield, February, 1800. 

The Substance of a Letter, said to be from a Committee of Devils 
to a Gentleman, and his Answer to the Committee . . . Wilmington, 
O.: Printed by W. H. P. Denny. [1830.] 8vo, pp. 48. 

" 'Advertisement' on verso of t-p. dated May 6, 1830." — c. C, HEH. 93364 

. . . The Substance of a Pamphlet, entitled a Solemn Review of 
the Custom of War. See [Worcester (Noah)]. 

Substance | of a | Speech | intended to have been made on | Mr. 
Wilberforce's Motion | for the | Abolition of the Slave Trade, | on 
Tuesday, April 3, 1792: | But the Unwillingness of the Committee 



232 



SUBSTANCE OF AN EXERCISE. 



to hear any thing farther | on the Subject, after Mr. Pitt had 
spoken, prevented the | Member from being heard. | London: \ 
Printed) or J. Owen, No. l68, Piccadilly. \ 1792. | 8vo, pp. (4), 
56. Y. + Second Edition, corrected, | with notes, and an appendix. 
I [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. (8), 56, (20). 

CU.,JCB. 93365 

On an early ms. slip prepared for the Dictionary: "A copy occurring in a volume 
of tracts from the collection of Edward Long, Esq. has upon the title-page in that 
gentleman's ms. 'By Mr. Franklyn.' " Attributed to Gilbert Francklyn on the y. 
catalogue card. 

The I Substance | of an | Exercise, | Had this Morning in | 
Scurrih'ty-Hall. | [Philadelphia: Andrew Steuart.^ Printed in the 
Year, m,dcc,lxv. | 8vo, pp. 6. hsp., nyp., p. 93366 

By Isaac Hunt. 

At the end: "To be continued occasionally." Imprint supplied from Hildeburn. The 
first of a series of eight dialogues, nos. 2—7 of which have the title, "Continuation of 
the Exercises," and no. 8, "A Dialogue, between the Giant Polypheme, and his Son 
Jack Nothing." Siee nos. 16170, vol. 4, and 19929, vol. 5. 

The Substance of General Burgoyne's Speeches, ^ee Burgoyne 
(J.), no. 9257, vol. 3. 

Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons, June 23,1825, 
on Mr. Buxton's Motion, respecting the Destruction of the Metho- 
dist Chapel in Barbadoes. London: Printed by Mills y Jowetty and 
Mills, (late Bensley,) Bolt Coiirty Fleet Street. 1825. 8vo, pp. 20. 

For an "Authentic Report" of the debate, see no. 2459a, vol. i. B., BM. 933^7 

Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons, on the 15th 
May, 1823, on a motion for the mitigation and gradual abolition of 
slavery throughout the British dominions. With a Preface and Ap- 
pendixes, containing facts and reasonings illustrative of colonial 
bondage. London: Printed by Ellcrton and Henderson, Gough 
Square; for the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of 
Slavery throughout the British Dominions ; and sold by J. Hatchard 
and Son, Piccadilly ; and J. and A. Arch, Cornhill. 1823. 8vo, pp. 

XXxix, (l), 248. B., BM., C, NVH., NYP., PEAB. 93368 

Substance of the Debates on a Resolution for Abolishing the 
Slave Trade, which was moved in the House of Commons on the 
loth June, 1806, and in the House of Lords on the 24th June, 
1806. With an Appendix, containing notes and illustrations. Lon- 
don: Printed and Sold by Phillips and Pardon, George Yard, Lom- 
bard Strrrt; sold also by John Hatchard, 1 90, Piccadilly. 1806. 
l2mo, pp. xi, (i), 216. Folded plate. b., bm., nyp. 93369 



SUBSTANCE OF THE DEBATES. 233 

Substance of the Debates on the Bill for Abolishing the Slave 
Trade, which was brought into the House of Lords on the 2d Janu- 
ary, 1807, and into the House of Commons on the loth February, 
1807, and which was finally passed into a law on the 25th March, 

1807. hondon: Printed and Sold by W. PhllltfSy George Yardy 
Lombard Street; sold also by John Hatchardy 190, Piccadilly. 

1808. l2mo, pp. iv, 273. NYP. 93370 

The Substance of the Evidence of Sundry Persons on the Slave- 
Trade. See Clarkson (Thomas), no. 13494, vol. 4. B., H., P. 

Preface signed by Clarkson. 

The Substance of the Evidence Delivered to a Committee of the 
. . . House of Commons by the Merchants ... of London. See 
Glover (Richard), no. 27609, vol. 7. 

The Substance of the Evidence on the Petition presented by the 
West-India Planters. See Glover (Richard), no. 27610, vol. 7. 

Substance of the Memorial. See West India Dock Company. 

Substance of the Proceedings in the House of Commons on 
Thursday, July 25, 1822, on the occasion of Two Addresses to 
his Majesty: one moved by Mr. Wilberforce, for preventing the 
Extension of Slavery at the Cape of Good Hope; and the other by 
Mr, Wilmot, for sending Commissioners of Inquiry to certain Brit- 
ish Colonies. London: Printed jar J. Hatchard and Sony Picca- 
dilly. 1822. . . . [Colophon:] Ellerton and Henderson, Printers, 
Johnson's Conrty London. 8vo, pp. (4), 46, verso blank, list of 
books (i). B. 93371 

Relates partly to slavery in the West Indies. 

Substance of the Report of the Court of Directors of the Sierra 
Leone Company to the General Court held at London the 19th of 
October 1791. London. 1791. 8vo. BM. 93372 

Relates to the slave trade. 

Substance [ of the | Report | delivered by the | Court of Directors 
I of the I Sierra Leone Company, | To the | General Court of 
Proprietors, | On Thursday the 27th March, | 1794. | London 
Printed by James PhillipSy George Yard, \ Lombard Street. 
M.DCC.xciv. I i2mo, pp. 175. Folded map, nyp. -\- Philadelphia, 
I Printed by Thomas Dobso7i, at the Stone-House, \ No 41, South 
Second Street. \ 1795. | l2mo, pp. 168. Folded map, 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CH.LIB.SOC, M., NYP., P. 93373 

On p. 175 of the London edition: "In the Press, and speedily will be published, 



234 



SUBSTANCE OF THE REPORT. 



Price Five Shillings in boards, a New Edition of this Report in Octavo, Handsomely 
printed on Superfine Paper." The bm. Catalogue lists a London, 1794, edition in 
octavo. 

Improved title of no. 80885, vol. 19. 

The remainders of the Philadelphia edition were reissued in the Substance of the 
Reports, 1799, entered below. 

Substance of the Report of the Court of Directors of the Sierra 
Leone Company . . . 30th March 1794. London. 1 796. 8vo. 

BM. 93374 

Substance of the Report of the Court of Directors of the Sierra 
Leone Company . . . 26th February, 1795. London. 1 795. 8vo. 

BM. 93375 

For a Philadelphia edition, see no. 80886, vol. 19. aas., ba., bm., c, ch.lib.soc, 
JCB., NYP., p. Also issued in Substance of the Reports, 1799, below. 

Substance of the Report deh'vered by the Court of Directors of 
the Sierra Leone Company ... 1801. London: W.Phillifs. iSoi. 

BM. 93376 

BM. also has the "Substance" of the reports for 1804 and 1808, published in London. 

Substance | of the [ Reports | delivered by the | Court of Directors 
I of the I Sierra Leone Company, | to the | General Court of Pro- 
prietors. I To which is Prefixed | Memoirs | of | Naimbanna, | an j 
African Prince. | Philadelfhia: | Printed for Thomas Dobson, at 
the Stone-Housey \ No 41, South Second Street. | 1 799. | l2mo, 
pp. 22; 168; 24. AAS, 93377 

Except for the new title page and the Memoirs of Naimbanna, the above is a reissue, 
including the original title pages, of the sheets of the Philadelphia editions of the 
Substance of the Report . . . 30th March 1794, and Substance of the Report . . . 26th 
February, 1795, see above, and no. 80886, vol. 19. 

The Substance of Two | Letters | Concerning Communion in 
the I Lord's Supper: | The first, | In Favour of a mixed Commun- 
ion in that | Ordinance: | The Second, | In Answer thereto: | 
Opening up and shewing from the Scriptures of Truth, | the Na- 
ture and Design of that Divine | Institution, and what is necessary 
to a consistent Communion therein. I Taken out of a Foreign 
Author I First published about the Year 1730. | . . . | Newfort: 
Printed in the Year 1768. | 8vo, pp. 23. rihs. 93378 

Title supplied by Howard M. Chapin. 

The Substance of Two Reports of the Faculty of Amherst Col- 
lege. Sec Amherst, no. 1332, vol. i. aas., c. 

Substantial Facts relating to the . . . Coal Hill and Union Mines. 
See [Remington (R. P.)], 69558, vol. 17. 



SUBSTITUTE. 235 

Substitute for the Report of the Committee of the Senate. See 
Pennsylvania, no, 60647, ^^^- ^4* 

Substitute to Resolutions approbating the Measures of the Gen- 
eral Government. [Lancaster) Pa.^ Printed by Benjamin Grimier. 
[1809.] 8vo, pp. 14. 93379 

Title from an early ms. slip prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin. Grimier 
was the printer of "Der Wahre Amerikaner," published in Lancaster, see Brigham's 
"Bibliography of American Newspapers," in Amer. Antiq. Soc. "Proceedings," new 
ser., vol. 30, 1920, p. 137. 

The Sub-treasury: a Tract for the Times. Prepared by order of 
Willis Green. Chairman of the Rxecutive [sic] Committee of the 
Whig members of Congress. Washington: Printed by Johti T. 
Tozvers. 1844. 8vo, pp. 16. nyp. 93380 

Suburban Monthly; a Journal of Current Literature. San hean- 
droy Cal. 1859. Continued. ucal(bancroft). 9338 1 

Continued through vol. 3 of the first series, and vol. I, nos. 1—6, at least, of a new 
scries, 1859—1898. See Union List of Serials, which locates no other set. 

A Succint Account of the Disturbance which occurred at the 
Charleston Theatre, on the evening of the I2th of March, 1817. 
With the Addresses to the Public, by Mr. Holman, the Manager, 
and Mr. Caldwell. Charleston: Printed, Published and sold by 
A. E. Miller y No. C)(), Queen-street. 1817. l6mo, pp. 39. 

NYP. 93382 

Succinct Account of the Treaties and Negociations. See [Stuart 
(Andrew)], no. 93129, vol. 24. 

A Succinct Review of the American Contest. See [Ramsay 
(Allan)], no. 67678, vol. 16. 

A Succinct Statement of the Grounds of the Demands of the 
Legal Representatives of the late Francis Pelletreau, on the Parties 
interested in the American Vessels the Hart, the Two-Friends, the 
Alpha and Minerva, destroyed at sea by a French Squadron, com- 
manded by Admiral Lallemand. New-York: Mercein ^ Post's 
PresSy 24.0 Pearl street. 1838. 8vo, pp. 18. 

AAS., B., c, NYP. 93383 

Improved title of no. 59584, vol. 14, entered under Pelletreau. 

A Succinct Tract on the History, Doctrines and Government of 
the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church in North America. Ap- 
proved and published by the Board of ^L^nagers of the Sabbath 
School Union, under the sanction and order of the General Synod. 



236 



SUCCINCT VIEW. 



New-York: Depository, 103 Fulton Street. 1 848. /. A. Gray, 
Stereotyfer and Printer. l8mo, pp. 34. Plate. nyp. 93384 

A I Succinct View | of the | Missions | established | among the 
heathen | by the | Church of the Brethren, | or | Unitas Fratrum. | 
Tn a I Letter to a Friend. | London: \ Printed by M. Lewis, in 
Pater-noster-Row ; \ And sold by Mess. Dilly, in the Poultry ; Mr. 
Beckett, I opposite the New Church in the Strand; and at all the \ 
Brethren's Chapels, mdcclxxi. } Price Six-pence. \ Svo, pp. (4), 
3-32, advertisement (l). cu. 93385 

Signed: "Benjamin La Trobe. 

A Succinct View of the Missions established among the Heathen 
by the Church of the Brethren. To which added, A Brief Account 
of the Mission established among the Esquimaux Indians, on the 
Coast of Labrador. London: Printed by M. Lewis, No. I. Pater- 
noster Row, for the Brethre?i's Society for the Furtherance of the 
Gospel: and Sold by M. Lewis, and at all the Brethren's Chapels. 

M DCC LXXIV. . . . 8vo, pp. 32, 33. JCB., HSP. 93386 

Title from an early Ms. slip prepared for this Dictionary, locating copies as above. 

A I Succinct View | of the | Origin of our Colonies, | with ] Their 
Civil State, j Founded by Queen Elizabeth, | Corroborated by Suc- 
ceeding Princes, | and | Confirmed by Acts of Parliament; | where- 
by I The Nature of the Empire established in | America, | And the 
Errors of various Hypotheses | formed thereupon, | may be clearly 
understood. | With | Observations on the Commercial, Beneficial 
and I Perpetual Union of the Colonies with this | Kingdom. | Being 
I An Extract from an Essay lately published, | Entitled | The Free- 
dom of Speech and Writing, &c. | . . • | London: | M DCC Lxvi. | 

Svo, pp. (2), 46. BA., C, cu., H., JCB., M., NYP. 93387 

Attributed to William Bollan, at one time Agent of Massachusetts, in the c. and 
NVP. catalogues. 

Succsos de la actual revolucion en el estado de Veracruz. Mex- 
ico: Impr. de V. G. Torres. 1 85 2. Svo, pp. 36. 

ucal(bancroft). 93388 

Sucesos de las Armas de Su Magestad en Cataluiia. Mexico. 
1652. 933S9 

Title from Palau y Dulcet's "Manuel del librero hispano-anicricano." 

Sucesos en las fronteras de Portugal. [Mexico:] Impreso por la 
viuda de Caldtron. 1652. Folio. 93390 

Title from Andrade'$ "Ensayo bibliogrdiico mexicano," no. 411. 



SUCESSOS. 237 

Sucesos felicisi'mos de las armas de D. Juan de Austria en Estre- 
madura contra Portugal. Iniprcso en Mexico for la V. de Cal- 
deron, 1663. Folio. 9339 1 

Title from Andrade's "Ensayo bibliografico mexicano," no. 516. 

Sucessos de la Armada qve fve al Brasil. Sevilla. 1640. 410, 
pp. 4- 93392 

Title from Palau y Dulcet's "Manuel del librero hispano-americano." 

Sucinta descripcion de las exequias que a su Reina D.^ Maria 
Luisa de Borbon, consagro el Real Tribunal de la Contratacion de 
las Yndias de Sevilla el l.° de Abril de 1869. Sevilla^ Juan Fran- 
cisco de Bias. [1689.] 4to, 1 8 leaves, and pp. 143. 2 plates. 

Title from Palau y Dulcet's "Manuel del librero hispano-americano." 93393 

Sucinta descripcion en verso de los dos terremotos que sufrio la 
ciudad de Santiago de Cuba en los dias 20 y 21 de Agosto de 1852. 
Madrid: 1852. Imprenta de Don Norberto Llorenci, calle del 
SacramentOy num. 3. l2mo, pp. 16. H., hisp.soc.amer. 93394 

Cover title: Terremoto de Cuba. Descripcion en verso de los dos terremotos . . . 
Por un Testigo ocular. . . . 

The dedication is signed, "M. Razvael," /. e. M. Alvarez. See Medina's "Diccion- 
ario de anonimos y seudonimos," vol. 2, 1925, p. 247. 

Sucinta esposicion documentada de los nobles hechos, grandes 
servicios y padecimientos del tfniente [sic] general Marques de 
Casa-Pizarro. \^n,f. 18 — ?] Folio, pp. 30, documentos justifica- 
tivos, Ivii. Frontispiece portrait. nyp. 93395 

The preface states that the work was written by the grandson of the subject of the 
memoir. According to an extract from the "Gaceta oficial" of Madrid, Nov. 19, 1816, 
quoted on p. xlix, the general was killed in 1 815 at Charcas, Bolivia, during the revo- 
lution. He had served in political and military commands in South America for more 
than 44 years. The last date we find mentioned is 1 8 1 7. 

A MS. presentation inscription in the nyp. copy is signed by Adolfo Pizarro. 

Sucinta exposicion de los servicios prestados al trono y a la patria, 
por el teniente general Marques de Casa-Pizarro, senaladamente 
como fundador y poblador de la Nueva Oran en el Rio de la Plata. 
[Madrid: Aguado. 185-?] 4to, pp. 37, Ivii. 9339^ 

Title from Palau y Dulcet's "Manuel del librero hispano-americano." 

Sucinta memoria sobre la segunda invasion de Buenos-Ayres el 
mes de julio de 1807: en la qual se da una breve idea de lo mas 
principal que acontecio desde el 27 de junio que se dexo ver al hori- 
zonte oriental la armada y convoy enemigo, hasta el amanecer del 
cinco de julio. A que se anade una viva pintura de la heroyca y 
gloriosa defensa de la capital y de todo el continente, con derrota 



238 SUCKLING. 

del formidable exercito de Whitelocke en aquel dia memorable; y 
dcmostraciones que se signieron a tan senalada victoria. Con licen- 
cia de los superiores. Bucnos-Ayres: en la Real imprenta de Ninos 
expositos. Aiio de MDCCCViii. 8vo, pp. 56. Y. 93397 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Suckling (George). An | Historical Account | of | The Virgin 
Islands, | in the | West Indies. | From their being settled by the 
English near a | Century past, to their obtaining a Legislature | of 
their own in the Year 1773; and the law- | less State in which His 
Majesty's Subjects in | those Islands have remained since that time, 
I to the present. | By George Suckling, Esq. | London: \ Printed 
j or Benjamin White, | at Horace's Head, Fleet-street. | mdcclxxx. 
I 8vo, pp. viii, 116. 

B., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., JCB., NYH., NYP. 93398 
The author was Chief Justice of the Virgin Islands. 

Sucre (Antonio Jose de). Para la histona de la America del 
Sur. Los benemeritos vencedores de Junin y Ayacucho y sus con- 
temporaneos, puestos en pie ante la historia imparcial, defienden la 
memoria y reputacion de su gran capitan, Jeneral en Jefe del Ejer- 
cito Unido Libertador D. Antonio Jose de Sucre, confirmando que 
es digno de personiiicar las glorias de sus companeros de armas 
llevando el titulo de Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho, por recompensa 
de sus eminentes servicios en la guerra de la Independencia de la 
America del Sur. Lima, 1850. Impreso por Jose Maria Mon- 
terola. 4to, pp. 107. BM. 93399 

Relates to Sucre, one of the heroes of South American independence, later Presi- 
dent of Bolivia. 

Title from Medina's "Diccionario de anonimos y seudonimos," vol. 2, 1925, p. 
121, where it is attributed to Domingo de Alcala. 

Sucre. Victoria de Ayacucho. \^Lima. 1824.] Folio, pp. (4). 

93400 

A dispatch from Sucre dated December ii, 1824. A copy is in the Biblioteca na- 
cional in Lima. Information from Medina's "Imprenta en Lima," no. 379V 

[Sucre (Benigno Severo) ] . Juicio de imprenta y nuevos abuses 
de las autoridadcs hermanas de Ocumare. [Caracas?'] Impr. de 
Nunrz y Marquis. [1840?] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 17. 

Signed: "Caracas, seticmbre 2 de 1840. 1". S. Sucre." C. 934OI 

Sucre (Jose Manuel). Manificsto que Jose Manuel Sucre, Juan 
dc Dios Mcnch'vclzua y Marcos Jose Rodriguez, administrador, 
mtcTvcntor y ficl de Almaccncs que rcspectivamente fucron de la 



SUD. 239 

administracion general de tabaco de esta capital, hacen de los re- 
sultados de las causas que se ban seguido contra ellos sobre el robo 
de diez mil pesos remetidos por el primero a la factoria de Orituco 
y sobre las mermas de especies durante su administracion. Caracas^ 
tmfrenta de Tomas Antero. 1 829. 8vo, pp. 32. BM., H. 93402 

Sud. Continuacion del Despertador de Michoacan. [Colo- 
phon:] En la Imfrenta Nactonal del Sur. [1813.] 4to. 93403 

Title from Palau y Dulcet's "Manuel del librero hispano-americano," where it is 
stated that Medina has seen nos. 52 and 53. 

Sud-America. Politica i comercio. . . . Dirijido por D. F. Sar- 
miento. Tomo I. . . . Santiago, Imfrenta de Julio Belin i comfaniay 
calle de las Agustinas, numero 31. Montevideo, libreria de Elias. 
Valfaraisojlibreria de Floury. 1851. 8vo, pp. (2), 384. H. 93404 

Weekly, Jan. 24-July 17, 1851, through vol. 2, also containing- pp. (2), 384. No 
later issues are located by the Union List of Serials. 

Siidamerika. Alphabetized as Suedamerika. 

Sudbury, Mass. A Brief Account of the Buildings and Dedi- 
cation of the Wadsworth Monument, in Sudbury, Massachusetts, 
1852. Mostly from the Daily Evening Traveler, with important 
corrections. Waltham: Josiah Hastings, Printer. 1 85 3. 8vo, pp. 
24- 93405 

"Geo. Boutwell's address {see Boutwell, G. S., no. 6973, vol. 2], which occupies 
a large part of this pamphlet, gives a fair analysis of the causes and effects of the 
Indian Wars of New England and many details of the Massacre of Sudbury." 

Title and note from the Field sale catalogue, no. 2309. 

Evangelical Union Church. The Confession of Faith, Covenant 
and Regulations of the Evangelical Union Church, in Sudbury, 
Mass. To which is prefixed a list of the pastors and deacons of the 
original church. Organized 1640. Aug., i860. Waltham: Press 
oj Josiah Hastings, i860. l2mo, pp. 12. AAS. 93406 

SuDDARDS (W[illiam] ). God's Way in the Sanctuary; or, A 
Remembrance of His Works. A Discourse delivered in Grace 
Church, Philadelphia, Sunday, Nov. 27, 1859, commemorating the 
twenty-fifth anniversary of the Rector's Settlement in Philadelphia. 
By Rev. W. Suddards. Philadelphia: J. S. Mc Calla, Pr., 237 
Dock Street. 1859. 8vo, pp. 36. Frontispiece. HSP. 93407 

Sue (Eugene). The Adventures of Hercules Hardy; or, Guiana 
in 1772. By Eugene Sue ... Translated from the French, by 



240 SUE. 

Thomas Pooley . . . New-York: J. Winchester, [cop. 1844.] 
8vo, pp. 70. c. 93408 

A translation of the first part of Deux histoires, below. 
The author's name was originally Marie Joseph Sue. 

Sue. Atar-Gull. Par Eugene Sue. A Paris, chez Vimont, chez 
Eug. Renduel. Imfr. d'Herhan, a Paris. 183 I. 8vo. 934^9 

Dedicated to Fenimore Cooper. 

A novel relating to the slave trade. 

Title from "Bibliographie de la France," 183 1, p. 330. The "Bibliographie" men- 
tions four editions before 1833. Lorenz, 1840— 1865, lists Paris editions of 1845, 
1846, 1849 and 1863. We have located the following issues: Paris, 1845, bm.j 
1846, Y.; an edition forming part of Sue's "Oiuvres iUu^trees," vol. I, Paris, 1850, 
NVP.; also an issue forming part of the author's "Plik et Plok," Parts, 1858. nyp. 

The work has been dramatized at least twice. See the bm. printed catalogue. 

Sue. Atar Gull, or The Slave's Revenge. Translated from the 
French of Euo;ene Sue, by Wm. Henry Herbert, Esq., author of 
"CromweU," "The Brothers," etc. Published by Henry L. Wil- 
liams: 134 Ann St.y New York, and 22 Congress St., Boston. 
1846. 8vo, pp. viii, 1 1-94. AAS. 93410 

Roorbach in the issue covering the years 1852— 1855 has the title: "Atar Gull; or, 
The Bridal Eve," published by Garratt and Company in New York, but gives no date 
of printing. 

Sue. . . . Aventures d'Hercule Hardi ou la Guyane en 1772. 
[Colophon:] Paris. — Imfrimerie J. Voisvenel, 16, rue du Crois- 
sant. [186-?] Folio, pp. 55, ( I ). NYP. 934 1 1 

Caption title. With heading: "Publication du journal Le Siecle. CEuvres choisies 
de M. Eugene Sue." [vol. 3] 

For an earlier edition, see the following title. 

The adventures of Hercule Hardi take place in Guiana. For an English trans- 
lation of this first part, see Adventures, above. 

Sue. Deux Histoires, 1772-18 10. Par Eugene Sue. A Paris, 
chez. Ch. Gosselin, rue Saint-G ermain-des-Pres , n. 9. Imf. de 
Bethunr, a Paris. 1 840. 2 vols., 8 vo. -\- Paris: Paullin. 1846. 
2 vols., 8vo. BM. 93412 

Contents: Aventures d'Hercule Hardi; Le colonel de Surville, histoire du temps 
dc I'empirc. 

Title of the 1840 edition from "Bibliographie de la France," 1840, p. 603. 

Sue. . . . Deux Histoires. [Colophon:] Paris: Imp. Schneider, 
rue d' Erfurth, I. [1850.] Folio, pp. 80. nyp. 93413 

Caption title. With heading, "Oeuvres illustrt3es d'Eugene Sue," forming part of 
vol. 1, 1850, of the collection. 

Contains in addition to the stories of Hercule Hardi and Colonel de Surville, 
"Souvenirs des invasions dc 18 14 et 1815," pp. 78-80. 

Sue. Deux Histoires, 1 772-1 8 10. Aventures d'Hercule Hardi. 
Lc colonel de Surville; par Eugene Sue. Nouvelle edition. Paris: 



SUE. 241 

Imfr. Donde\'-Dufre ; Pantheon de la librairir, lb, rice dr la 
Reynie. 1 859. 1 8 mo, pp. 298. -[-Paris: Impr. W alder; libr. 
Maresq et C'. i860. 4to, pp. 80. 934 H 

Information from "Bibliographic de la France," 1859, p. 1 60; and 1S60, p. 8. 

Sue. The Female Bluebeard; or, Le Morne-au-Diable. By 
Eugene Sue . . . ISIew York. J. Winchester, [cop. 1844.] 8vo, 
pp. 115. c. 93415 

Roorbach, in the issue covering the years 1852— 1855, lists without date a Phila- 
delphia edition. 

For a note on other English translations of the work, see Morne-au-Diahle, below. 

Sue. . . . Henri le chancelier. Souvenirs d'un voyage dans 
I'Amerique Centrale. Paris: Pagnerre. 1857. i2mo, pp. 234. 

HISP.SOC.AMER., UCAL (bANCROFt). 934 I 6 

"A partly fictitious account of the adventures of 'M. Henri A . . . ,' secretary of the 
French consulate at Guatemala. 'Notre but . . . etait d'appeler I'attentinn de notre 
pays sur I'Amerique-Centrale.' p. 230." — Title and note from the uc.'vl(bancroft) 
printed catalogue. 1930. 

Sue. Le Morne-au-Diable, ou I'Aventurier. Par Eugene Sue. 
A Paris, chez Ch. Gosselin, rue Saint-G crmain-des-Pres , n. 9. 
Imprim. de BethunCya Paris. 1 842. 2 vols., 8vo. 9341? 

Title from "Bibliographie de la France," 1842, p. 153. 

The scene is laid in Martinique. 

Lorenz also lists Paris editions of 1845, bm., 1851, and i860, nyp. has a Paris 
edition, folio, pp. 76, which forms part of the "CEuvres illustrees de Eugene Sue," 
vol. 5, 1850. 

For an English translation, see above. The Female Bluebeard. 

Other English translations were issued under the titles: "The Refugees of Mar- 
tinique," London, [1859], bm., fac.adv., princeton; and ",A Romance of the West 
Indies," London, [1898], c. 

Lorenz lists dramatizations published in Paris in 1848, y., and 1852, bm., nyp. 

Sue. The Negro's Revenge; or, Brulart, the Black Pirate. From 
the French of Eugene Sue. London, J. Clements. [ 1841 ? ] 8vo, 
pp. (2),iv, 49. BM.,c.,Y. 93418 

Forms vol. 5 of the new series of the "The Romancist and Novelist's Library." 
Running title: Brulart, the Black Pirate; or. Attar Gull. 
For the original, see Atar-Gull, above. 

Sue. The Refugees of Martinique. See Le Morne-au-Diable, 
above. 

Sue. a Romance of the West Indies. See Le Morne-au-Diable, 
above. 

Sue (Marie Joseph). 5^^ Sue (Eugene). 

Siidamerika wie es war und wie es jetzt ist. See [Becker (Gott- 
fried Wilhelm)], no. 4245, vol. I. hisp.soc.amer., nyp. 



2^2 SUDAMERIKANISCHE. 

Siidamerikanische Trachten. See [Viero (Th.)]. 

El Sueiio de un Proscrito. [Lima. 1855.] l6mo, pp. 14. 

Y. 93419 

Caption title. Dated and signed: "Lima, Setiembre 5 de 1855. R[afael] Carvajal." 
Information supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Sueno de vna jouen oprimida de la guerra. [Colophon :] Ofictna 
de San Jacinto: A no de 1^20. [Lima.] 4to, pp. (4). 

Caption title. BIB.NAC.LIMA, Y. 93420 

Sufferer, peud. The English Cotejo. See [Copithorne (R.)]. 
no. 16690, vol. 4. NYP. 

The date should be corrected to [1739]. "The 'Spanish libel' [mentioned in the 
title] was published in London in 1739 with title: Cotejo de la conducta de S. M. 
con la de el rey britanico . . . His Catholick Majesty's conduct compared with that of 
His Britannick Majesty . . . " — nyp. printed card. 

The Suffering Greeks. To the Inhabitants of the County of 
Essex. [Salem. 1828.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 93421 

Caption title. Dated at end, "Salem, April 4, 1828," and signed by Timothy 
Pickering and eight others of a committee attempting to raise funds for the benefit of 
the Greeks. 

The Sufferings and Escape of Capt. Chas. H. Brown from an 
Awful Imprisonment by Chilian Convicts. Boston: Higgins and 
Bradley, 20 Washington Street. 1 855. [Verso of title:] Geo. C. 
Randy Printer, Cornhill, Boston. l2mo, pp. (2), 7-228. 7 plates, 
map, and plan. NYP. 93422 

According to the preface, signed by the author, E[liz.abeth] H[aven] Appleton, the 
facts were compiled from the papers of, and through correspondence with, Brown. 

This is a reissue from the stereotype plates of "Insurrection at Magellan," Boston, 
1854, no. 8459, vol. 2, c, NYP., second edition, Boston, 1854, aas., with a new title 
page and the addition of the map and seven plates. The 1854 edition is illustrated 
with a plan and plate, the latter not being one of those in the 1855 edition. 

Our no. 8459 is incorrect in giving the author's name as if on the title page. The 
collation should read: pp. 228 including plate and plan. 

Sufferings of John Turner, Chief Mate of the Country Ship, 
Tay, bound for China, under the command of William Greig, in- 
cluding the Seizure of him and Six Lascars in the Cutter, and their 
Captivity and Danger amongst the Ladrones; with a Description 
of the Strength, Discipline, Manners, &c. of these Pirates, their Dep- 
redations and Conduct towards their Prisoners. Also a Curious 
Account of Peter Serrano, Who having escaped from Shipwreck, 
Hvcd Seven Years on a Sandy Island, on the Coast of Peru. London: 
Printed for Thomas Tcgg, ill, Cheafside. [1809?] . . . [Colo- 



SUFFICIENCY. 243 

phon:] Phimmer, Printer, Seething Lane. l2mo, pp. (2), 7-28. 
Folded frontispiece. c, nyp. 93423 

The account of Peter Serrano, pp. 24-28. 

Forms part of "Tegg's Mariners' Marvellous Magazine," vol. 3, 1809. • 

The Sufficiency of the Spirit's Teaching, without Humane Learn- 
ing: Or a Treatise tending to prove Human Learning to be no help 
to the Spiritual Understanding of the Word of God. Wilmington: 
Printed by James Adams. 1763. 934^4 

Title from Evans. The London, 1640, edition has the name of the author, Samuel 
How, on the title, uts.(mcalpine). 

SuFFiELD, Conn. Manual of the First Congregational Church, 
in Suffield, Conn, comprising historical notices, the confession of 
faith, and covenant; rules and regulations, and chronological cata- 
logue of members. Sfringfield, Mass. Samuel Bowles and Com.- 
fany, Prmters. 1858. l2mo, pp. 31. WHS. 93425 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Proceedings at Suffield, September 16, 1 858, on the Occasion of 
the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Decease of the 
Rev. Benjamin Ruggles, First Pastor of the First Congregational 
Church. Sfrlngfield, Mass. Sam,uel Bowles and Cofnfany, Print- 
ers. 1859. 8 vo, pp. 1 18, and errata slip. Frontispiece and plate. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 93426 

Suffolk ([Henry Howard]), 12th earl ofj styled Viscount 
Andover. Copie. | Reponse de Mylord Suffolk, par ordre du | Roi, 
aux representations du Comte de Welderen, | Envoye-Extraordi- 
naire de Leurs Hautes Puissan- | ces, les Etats-Generaux des Pro- 
vinces-Unies. | A St. James, le 19 Octobre 1 778. | Monsieur, | 
...[n.f. 1778.] Sq. 8vo, pp. 3. JCB. 93427 

Caption title. Letter in French and Dutch. Information supplied by Catherine C. 
Quinn, who states that the letter has distinct American interest. 

The author was created earl in 1757 and died in 1779. See G. E. C[okayne]'s 
"Complete Peerage," vol. 7, 1896, pp. 315—316. 

Suffolk Bank of the City of New York. Articles of As- 
sociation of the Suffolk Bank, of the City of New York. Wm. W. 
Rose. Stationer, Printer and Prem,lum Account Book Manujac- 
turer, 17 Wall Street. 1852. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 3— lo. 

NYP. 93428 

Suffolk Club, Boston. By-laws of the Suffolk Club, insti- 
tuted 1845. Boston: 1852. Eastburn's Press. i6mo, pp. 9. 

b. 93429 



244 SUFFOLK CO. J MASS. 

Suffolk Co., Mass, At a Meeting of the Delegates ] of every 
Town and District in the County of ] Suffolk, on Tuesday the 
Sixth of September, at | the House of Mr. Richard Woodward of 
Dedham, | ... | ... a Com- | mittee was chosen to bring in a 
Report to the | Convention... [Bostori. 1774] Folio broadside. 

Caption title. M. 9343O 

Evans supplies the imprint of Edes and Gill. 

The "Suffolk Resolves" drafted by Joseph Warren. For another separate edition 
reprinted from the "Pennsylvania Packet," see below, To the Printer. The Resolves 
were printed in Jour. Cont. Cong., vol. i, 1777, pp. 13-19, and in contemporary news- 
papers. Also reprinted in Teele's "History of Milton," [1887], pp. 425-429, etc. 
See also Winsor's Mem. Hist, of Bost., vol. 3, pp. 59-62, and M. P. Webster's article 
in the "New England Magazine," new ser., vol. 27, 1903, pp. 353-37-- 

Bar. Rules and Regulations of the Bar, in the County of Suffolk, 
established in the Year 1 805. yf. Newell, Printer — Devonshire 
Street, Boston. 1805. 8vo, pp. 13, verso blank, p. 14. B., BA. 
-)- established in the year 18 10. Boston: Printed by T. B. Wait 
and Company. Court-street. 1 8 10. 8vo, pp. 28. BA., H., M. 
-f- established in the year 1 8 14. Boston: Printed by John Eliot, 
No. 5, Court-Street. 1814. 8vo, pp. 20. aas., BA. 93431 

Rules of the Bar of the County of Suffolk, June, 18 19. Boston: 
Printed by Sewell Phelps, No. 5, Court Street. 1 8 19. 8vo, pp. 23. 
AAS., BA., M., WHS. + as adopted June, 18 19, with the subse- 
quent amendments. Boston; T. R. Marvin, Printer, Congress 
Street. 1827. 8vo, pp. 27, ( I ). M., nyp. 93432 

Oddfellows. Constitution. By-Laws and Rules of Suffolk Lodge, 
Number Eight, ... of Odd Fellows . . . Boston: Printed by Bro. 
W. S. Beal. 1842. l2mo, pp. 36. H. 93433 

Suffolk County Memorial. To the honorable the Senate, and 
House of Representatives of Massachusetts, in General Court as- 
sembled: {Boston. 1838.] i6mo, pp. 8. B. 93434 

Caption title. Dated at end: Boston, March, 1838. 

A petition for the repeal of laws legalizing the sale of liquor. 

Another issue of the memorial omits the first three words of the title, below. 

Suffolk County Temperance Society. . . . Proceedings of the 
Sutlolk County Temperance Society, at the simultaneous celebra- 
tion, at Faneuil Hall, Feb. 25, 1834. Published by the Council of 
the Massachusetts Temperance Society. Boston: Ford and Dam- 
rcll, Agents of the Massachusetts Temperance Society, Temper- 
ance Press — Wilson's Lane. April, 1 834. I2mo, pp. 23, (l). 

With heading: First Series. No. 4. AAS., B., BA., M., NYP., Y. 93435 



SUFFOLK FIRE SOCIETY. 245 

Sujfolk Fire Society. Constitution of the Suffolk Fire Society. 
Formed in Boston, April i8i6. Boston: Printed by T. W. White. 
l8i6. i2mo, pp. 13, verso blank, 2 blank leaves, printed forms, 
15-80. B, + Boston: Printed by J. B. Russell, No. 4 Sfear^s 
Buildings. 1823. i6mo, pp. 1 1, verso blank, printed forms 13-74. 

B. 93436 

Suffolk Insurance Company. An Act to incorporate the Suffolk 
Insurance Company. Boston, Printed by Russell and Cutler. 1 803. 
i2mo, pp. 13. BA. 93437 

Suffolk Resolves. See above, At a Meeting of the Delegates, and 
below, To the Printer of the Pennsylvania Packet. 

To the honorable the Senate, and House of Representatives, of 
Massachusetts in General Court assembled. {^Boston. 1838.] 
l6mo, pp. 7. B. 93438 

Caption title. Another issue of the Suffolk County Memorial, above. 

To the Printer of the Pennsylvania Packet. | . . . | By Order of 
the Congress, | Charles Thomson, Secretary. | In Congress, Satur- 
day Sept. 17, 1774. I The resolutions entered into by the delegates | 
from the several towns and districts in the | county of Suffolk, in the 
Province of Massachusetts | Bay, on Tuesday the 6th instant, and 
their address | to his Excellency Governor Gage, dated the 9th | 
instant, ... [Philadelfhia. 1774.] Folio broadside. M. 93439 

Caption title. 

Reprinted from the Pennsylvania Packet for September 19, 1774. 

For an earlier edition of the resolutions, see above, At a Meeting . . . 

Suffolk County, N. Y. To the People of Suffolk. See 
[>gger (W.)], no. 35535, vol. 9. Neiv York, 1 838. C. 

Suffolk County Bible Society, N. Y. The Constitution of 
the Suffolk County Bible Society. Organized, October 3d, 18 15. 
I Sag-Harbor: Printed by Samuel A. Seabury. 18 18. 8vo, pp. 7. 

NYP. 93440 

Suffolk District Medical Society, Boston. By-laws and 
Regulations for the Suffolk District Medical Society. [Colophon:] 
Printed by John Wilson, 2 l. School-street, Boston. [ 1 849? ] 8vo, 

pp.8. B. 93441 

Caption title. Later editions: 1850, aml., b.; 1855, aml., b., m., nyam., nvp.; 

1868, AML., B., M., NYP.; 1875, AML., M. j 1881, AML., NYP. 

Remonstrance of the Board of Censors for Suffolk District against 
the privilege acceded to Harvard and Berkshire Medical Schools in 

vol. XXIV. 16 



24-6 SUFFOLK RAILROAD. 

the admission to fellowship of the Massachusetts Medical Societ}'. 
[Boston. 1857.] 8^°' PP- 4- AML. 93442 

Suffolk Railroad Company, Mass. Report of the Directors 
of the Suffolk Railroad Company, for the year ending November 
30, i860. Boston: Geo. C. Rand &' Avery y City Printers, i860. 
8vo, pp. 8. Continued. 93443 

Suff'rage conferred by the Fourteenth Amendment. See Spencer 
{Mrs. Sara J[ane Andrews] ). 

El Sufragante. Num. i.° Santiago de Chile Mayo 31 de 1829. 
Precio I. real. [Colophon:] Imfrenta de R. Rengijo. [Santiago. 
1829.] Folio, pp. 4. aas. 93444 

Caption title. Published irregularly, aas. has nos. i— 13, May 31, 1829, to April 
29, 1830. 

SuFRAS [De Santa Clara], jray. Quien es mas malo por fin? 
Un fraile ° un Gachupin? Al que le wenga el saco que se le ponga. 
Dialogo entre Fr. Sufras y un Gachupin Moscardon. [Colophon:] 
Imfrenta de la Calle de Ort ega numero 23. [Mexico. 1 827.] 
l6mo, pp. 4. Y. 93445 

Caption title. Dated at end: "Mexico 7 de febrero de 1827." This and tlie three 
following titles supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

SuFRAS [De Santa Clara]. Sermon de Fray Sufra dedicado 
a los Espanoles. [Colophon:] Mexico: 1832. Impreso enTolucay 
y reimfreso en la oficina a cargo del ciudadano Rajuel Nunez. 
l8mo, pp. 8. Y. 93446 

Caption title. For the first edition, st^e Tercer Sermon, below. 

[Sufras De Santa Clara]. El Sermon de un Padre santo. 
[Colophon:] Mexico setiembre 8 de 1 832. Imfrenta Liberal calle 
frimcra de las Damas accesoria letra C. contigua al numero 7, a 
cargo del C. Tiburcio Diaz del Castillo. i8mo, pp. 8. Y. 93447 

Caption title. Inverse. Signed: Fr. Sufras de Sta. Clara. 
Tor a Puebla edition, see Traicion y muerte, below. 

[Sufras De Santa Clara] . "Ferccr sermon de un Padre santo. 
[Colophon:] Toluca: 1832. Imfrenta del Estadoy a cargo del 
ciudadano Juan Matute y Gonzalez. l8mo, pp. 8. Y. 93448 

Caption title. In verse. Fr. Sufras de Sta. Clara. 

For an edition printed in Mexico, sec Sermon de Fray Sufra, above. 

[Sufras De Santa Clara]. Traicion y muerte en Guil;ipa 
por la f.iccion de Jalapa, 6 Sermon del Padre santo. . . . [Colophon :] 



SUGADA, 247 

Reimfreso en Pucbla en la Imfrcjita Nacioiial^ a cargo del C . Mari- 
ano Palacios. [1832?] i6mo, pp. (8). Hisp.soc.AMER. 93449 

Caption title. Dated, "Mexico seticmbre 8 de 1832," and signed, "Fr. Sufras de 
Sta. Clara." For the first edition, see Sermon de un Padre santo, above. 

SuGADA Y Aquerrigui (Pedro). Kalentlar. Franciscanum, pro 
usu Trium Ordinum Frat. Monial. & Tertiar. Saccular. S. P. N. 
Franci'sc. hujus Novas-Hispaniie Juxta general, Breviar. & Missal. 
Roman. Rubricas in nostris particular, insertas. Dispositum de 
Superiorum jussu. A P. F. Petro de Sugadi, & Aquerrigui, hujus 
Almse Provinciae Filio Pro anno Dni mdcc.lii Bissextili. [ lo lines.] 
Cum gratia, et privilegio. Mex'ici: Afud D. Mariam de Rivera. 
[1752.] 8vo, 22 unnumbered leaves. + Pro anno Dni M. DCC. 
Liv. Mex'ici: Afud Dominam Mariam de Rivera. [1753.] 8vo. 

93450 

Information from Medina's "Imprenta en Mexico," nos. 4100 and 420+, the title 
of the earlier issue from a copy in Andrade's library, and of the later from a copy of 
the title page only in Medina's own library. 

Sugar Colonies. See West Indies. 

The Sugar Duties. By a West Indian. London: Richardson. 
Liverpool frinted. [1854.] Svo, pp. 22. BM., FAC.adv. 9345 I 

Announced in the "Publishers' Circular" for September i, 1854, no. 4180. 

The Sugar Duties. Free and Slave Labour. . . . London: 
Smithy Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill. 1 846. . . . [Verso of title:] 
London: Printed by Stewart and- Murray^ Old Bailey. Svo, 

pp. (4), 3-20. BM., BODLEIAN, FAC.ADV., H., NYP. 93452 

The Sugar Plumb; | or | Sweet Amusement | for Leisure 
Hours: Being an | entertaining and instructive | Collection of 
Stories. Embellished with curious cuts. | The First Worcester 
Edition. Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts.\By Isaiah Thomas j\ 
And sold, Wholesale and Retail, at his Book- \ Store, mdcc- 
Lxxxvii. I 32mo, frontispiece, title, pp. 5—123, list of children's 
books (i). Woodcut illustrations in the text. aas., job. 93453 

Evidently a reprint of one of the children's books published in London by Newbery. 
A Newbery edition, London, 1788, is located at aas. 

The Sugar Question. London. 1 845. Svo, pp. 27. 93454 

Title from Halkett and Laing, where the pamphlet is attributed to Jameson. 

BM. lists a second edition, London, 1845, under Jameson (D. D.), with no note of 
its being anonymous. 

The following title may refer to the same work as the above. 



248 SUGAR QUESTION. 

The Sugar Question, West India Question, African Question, 
Slave Trade Question, Finance Question, the Trade Question, and 
the Ministerial Question. London. 1 845. 8vo. 93455 

Title from J. R. Smith's "Bibliotheca Americana," 1865, no. 5409. 

The Sugar Question. By an European and Colonial Sugar 
Manufacturer. . . . London: John OUknery 59, Pall Molly London. 
1848. 8vo, pp. (2), 5-39, (i). BM., c, NYH. 93456 

Forms part 2 of Leon's anonymous "On Sugar Cultivation," no. 40073, vol. 10. 
The last page contains errata for part I. 

The Sugar Question : being a digest of the evidence taken before 
the Committee on Sugar and Coffee Plantations. Which was moved 
for by Lord George Bentinck, M.P., 3rd February 1848. By One 
of the Witnesses. Part II. The British West Indies, and Foreign 
Sugar Growing Countries. London: Smithy Elder and Co., 65, 
Cornhill. 1848. [Verso of title;] London: Printed by Stewart 
and Murray y Old Bailey. 8vo, pp. 165, table ( i ). 

Part I relates to the East Indies. BM., FAC.ADV., H., NYP. 93457 

The Sugar Question in relation to Free Trade and Protection. 
See Martin (R. M.), note following no. 44918, vol. ii. nyp. 

The Sugar Question, West India Question . . . See above, no. 
93455- 

Sugar River Valley Railroad Company. Annual Report 
of the Sugar River Valley Railroad Company. January 1857. 
Monroe Sentinel Job Office Print. [1857.] 8 vo, cover title, and 
pp. 7. WHS. 93458 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Sugar, Slavery, and Emancipation; a series of articles originally 
published in the Anti-Slavery Reporter for February, March, April, 
and May, 1 854. Exhibiting the true cause of the alleged failure of 
emancipation to be the waste of produce on West-India estates. 
Also correspondence on the above subject between the West-India 
Body, His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, and the British and For- 
eign Anti-Slavery Societ}\ London: To be had at the Office of 
the British a?id Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, No. 27, New Broad 
Street, City. [Colophon:] ]V. M. JVatts, Crown Courty Temple 
Bar. [1854.] 8vo, pp. 39. UP., Y. 93459 

. . . Sugar Taxes: Shall they be continued or repealed.? Read 
carefully; Reflect, Decide, and then Act. People's Edition, 10,000. 
Columbus, Ohio: 1854. 8vo, pp. 15. aas., B. 93460 

With heading: "Twelve Millions Dollars Annually." Signed and dated: "Ohio 
Frrr Sugar Advocates. Columbus, April, 1854." 



SUGAR TRADE. 249 

The Sugar Trade, with the Incumbrances thereon. See [Ashley 
(John)], no. 2196, vol. I. aas., h., jcb. 

Suggested Outline of a Plan for a University. See Brooklyn, 
no. 8320, vol. 2. NYP. 

Suggestion of a Plan of uniting Roads with Railways. See Sulli- 
van (John Langdon), Mr. Sullivan's description of a cheap, durable 
Rail Road." 

Suffffestions as to Arming tlie State. Charlestofi. i860. 8vo. 

Title from a clipping from an unidentified catalogue. 934^1 

Suggestions concerning a National Bank. [Philadelfhia. 1832.] 
8vo, pp. 8. C, H., UP. 93462 

Caption title. Dated at end, Philadelphia, July 28, 1832. 

Suggestions for a Domestic Currency founded upon Philosophic 
and Unerring Principles: preceded by a few thoughts on the economy 
of Order and Industry, the harmony of which becomes permanent 
only by an Equitable Measure of Exchange. London: Wiley and 
Putnam, Patei-noster Rotv. 1 847. [Verso of title:] London: 
M. Mason, Printer, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Roiu. 8vo, pp. 71. 
BM., NYP., Y. -\- New York: Wiley and Putnam, 16 I Broadway. 
1847. 8vo, pp. 71. UP. 93463 

Contains many references to the financial history of the United States. 

Suggestions for making known the extent, value and importance 
of the British Colonies and founding Institutions for the purpose. 
London. 1851. 8vo. BM. 93464 

By "G. L." 

Suggestions for the Consideration of the Legislature upon the 
Unconstitutionality of a Law to authorize the City of Philadelphia 
to borrow money and tax to effectuate a subscription to the Penn- 
sylvania Railroad Company. Philadelfhia: 1847. 8vo, pp. 8. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. C. 934^5 

Suggestions for the establishment of a Polytechnic School in 
North Carolina. Printed, for gratuitous distribution, by Edward 
J. Hale &' Son, Fayetteville, N. C. 8vo, pp. 15. CU. 93466 

Suggestions for the Immediate Establishment of a Direct Com- 
munication by Steam Navigation between Ireland and the United 
States of North America, without the aid of the British Government. 
Second Edition. Dublin. 1851. 8vo. BM. 93467 

Suggestions for the Improvement of the Commerce of the State 
of South-Carolina. See South Carolina, no. 88074, vol. 22. 



250 SUGGESTIONS OF AMENDMENTS. 

Suggestions of Amendments to the Excise Tax Laws. See 
[Emerson (C. N.), no. 22425, vol. 6. 

Su2:cestions on Education. See [Russell (W.)], no. 74391, 
vol. iT. 

Suggestions on Presidential Elections. See Somerville (William 
Clarke), note following no. 86827, vol. 22. aas., ba., c, h., m., 

NYH., UP., Y. 

Suggestions on the abolition of Slavery in the British Colonies; or, 
Slavery gradually starved to death upon a low diet, v: strangulation. 
}3y a Member of the University of Cambridge. Cambridge: J. &' 
J. J. Deighton & Co. 1831. 8vo, pp. vi, 41. BM. 93468 

Suggestions on the military resources of Canada, and the means 
of organizing a small provincial army in the event of its being de- 
termined by the Imperial authorities to diminish or recall the royal 
troops so as to render such an organization essential to the defence 
of the Colony. Reprinted from the letter of the Canada Corre- 
spondent of the "London Morning Post." Sept. 9th, 1853. ["• f- 
1853?] 8vo, pp. 18. -{-Montreal. 1853. 8vo, pp. 20. 93469 

Signed: "A. R." Title of the first edition listed from Gagnon, vol. 2, 1913, and 
note of the Montreal edition from Halkett and Laing. For a Quebec edition, see 
[Roche (Alfred R.)]) no. 72306, vol. 17. 

Suggestions on the President's Message. "It may become neces- 
sary to ascertain the terms upon which the notes of the government 
(no longer required as an instrument of credit) shall be issued upon 
motives of general policy as a common medium of circulation." 
[n. f. 18 15?] 8vo, pp. 48. AAS. 93470 

Internal evidence suggests the date, as it is stated that the war has continued till 
1815. It is apparent that the struggle over a national bank was still going on as it 
was at that time. 

Suggestions relative to the improvement of the British West 
India Colonies by means of instruction by Ministers of religion and 
schools. The Relations of Property and Labour, Agricultural and 
other industrial improvements, &c., with especial reference to the 
increased cultivation of the Sugar Cane and Cotton in Jamaica and 
British Guiana. By a resident in the West Indies for thirteen years. 
With an introduction and concluding remarks by a late Stipendiary 
Magistrate in Jamaica. London. 1853. ^^o. 

BM., INST.OF JAMAICA. 9347 I 

Hy a Mrs. Campbell, nee Bourne, the introduction and concluding remarks by her 

father, Stephen Bourne. See Cundall's "Bibliographla Jamaicensis," [1902], no. 512. 



SUGGESTIONS RELATIVE. 25 I 

According to the preface and concluding remarks by Mr. Bourne, in his daughter's 
anonymous "British West India Colonies in connection with Slavery, Emancipation, 
etc.," 1853, our no. 6925, vol. 2, ba., nyp., that pamphlet formed the first part of a 
large work by her on the West India colonies. He states on p. 36 that the "unpub- 
lished portions .. . refer to schools; ministers; local governments; property and la- 
bour; agricultural system; industrial improvements; foreign trade and trade with 
the mother country; internal trade." The "Suggestions" are apparently a continuation 
of the same work. 

Suggestions relative to the Sewerage and Street Grades of Saint 
Paul. St. Paul, Minn. 1857. 93472 

Title from Gushing, where it is attributed to James Starkey. 

Suggestions respecting the Debt of the late Republic of Texas. 
See [Tappan (Benjamin)], 

. . . Suggestions respecting the formation of Auxiliaries to the 
American Unitarian Association. April, 1830. [Colophon:] 
Printed jor the American Unitarian Association. By Isaac R. Butts. 
Boston, Gray and Bowen, 135 Washington Street. [1830.] 
i6mo, pp. 14. H. (and.). 93473 

Caption title. With heading: "2d Series. No. 6" i.e. of Tracts published by the 
American Unitarian Association. 

Suggestions to Masters of Ships, approved by the Merchants Un- 
derwriters of New-York, and a List of Agents for Vessels and Car- 
goes in Distress, recommended by them. . . . New-York: R. C. 
Rooty Anthony £s? Co., Stationers, 16 Nassau Street. 1 859. 8vo, 
pp.13. aas. 93474 

Suggestions to the Class of Sixty, concerning the institution of 
College Societies in Harvard, [n. f. 1858.] 8vo, pp. (3). 

H. 93475 

The H. copy, the gift of a member of the class, has the author's name supplied in 
MS. as Myron Andrews Nelson, and the date of printing as 1858. 

Suggestions touching the Municipal Government of New York. 
New York: Hilton «y Co., Printers, 12 Ann Street, i860. l2mo, 

pp. 23. NYP. 93476 

Signed: Samuel P. Dinsmore. 

Suggestions upon Naval Reform: by a few Sea Officers of both 
the Line and Staff, [n. f.] 1850. 8vo, pp. 20. AAS., heh. 93477 

The I Suicide. | A | Dialogue | Exhibited on the Stage at the 
Public Commencement j of | Yale-College, j Sept, 13th, M. dcc. 
xcvil. Litchfield: Printed by T. Collier. \ [1797?] 8vo, pp. 20. 

C, Y, 93478 



:52 



SUIT. 



Attributed to Thomas Day in Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 5, 191 1, p. 275. 
Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Suit (Pleasant). The Farmers' Accountant and Instructions for 
Overseers; to which is added, the mode of calculating interest on 
bonds; making up executors', administrators' and guardians' ac- 
counts, according to the rules of the Superior Court of Chancery, 
founded on the decision of the Court of Appeals. By Pleasant Suit, 
Petersburg, Virginia, 1828. Richmond: Printed by J. McFarlan. 
1828. i2mo, pp. (6), xii, 17, (2), 8, xiii-xxviii. 93479 

Title from Swem's "Bibliography of Virginia," pt. I, 1916. 

Suite de I'article intitule Economie politique insere dans le nu- 
mero premier du Niveau de I'Europe et de I'Amerique Septentri- 
onale. Philadelphic. Che-z T. Bradford. 1 794. 8vo, pp. 37. 

Title from an early ms. slip prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin. ^34^0 

For an account of the "Niveau," see Winship's "French Newspapers in the United 

States from 1790 to 1800" in the Bib. Soc. Amer. "Papers," vol. 14, 1920, pp. 108— 

III, v.here the author of the treatise on political economy is shown to be one Larocque. 

Suite de la Vie du R. P. Pierre Joseph Marie Chaumonot. See 
Chaumonot (P. J. M.), no. 12298, vol. 3. B., BA., c, H., nyp., 

WHS., Y. 

Supplements the autobiography written by Chaumonot, 1688; pub. by Shea 1858, 
as no. 6 of the Cramoisy press series. Shea attributes the 'Suite' to Sebastien Rasle, 
whom he believes the author of the official 'Lettre circulaire pour la mort du P. 
Chaumonot,' preserved in the College Sainte Marie, Montreal, and which he asserts 
much resembles the 'Suite' in ideas and expressions. According to Backer-Sommer- 
vogel (Bibl. Nouv. ed. 1891, t. 2, col. iioo) the 'Lettre circulaire' is by Claude 
Dablon, a ms. copy at the Bibliotheque nationale in Paris being in the handwriting 
of Vine. Bigot." — c. 

Suite dcs Observations impartiales. See Observations impartiales 
d'un vrai Hollandois [avec la suite], no. 56478, vol. 13. c, H. 

Suite dcs observations sur la geologic des Etats-Unis. See [Ma- 
clure (W.)], no. 43555, vol. 1 1. 

Suite du voyage, de I'Amerique. See La Hontan (N. le Baron 
dc), no. 38643, vol. 10. 

Svitte dc I'histoire des choses plus mcmorables aduenues en Mar- 
agnan. See [Yves d'^^vreux]. 

Sukcy. See [Walter (William Bicker)]. 

SuL Y Amira ( ). Triunfo de la religion y muerte de la 

dcmagogia, Endccasilabos. Mejico. 1 834. 4to. BM. 93481 

Signed: "S. y A." 



SULLIVAN. 253 

Sullivan ( ), General. S^-^ Sullivan ([John]). 

Sullivan ( ),Mr. S^-^ Sullivan (John Langdon). 

Sullivan ( ), Mr., President of the Central Ohio Railroad 

Company. .S^^ Sulhvan ([J. H.]). 

Sullivan (Edward). See Sulliv^in (Sir Edward [Robert]), 
hart. 

Sullivan (Sir Edward [Robert]), hart. Rambles and Scram- 
bles in North and South America. By Edward Sullivan, Esq. Lon- Q ^ \^ CLyT' 
don: Richard Bentley, Neiu Burlington Streetj Publisher in Ordi- C [f [ 
nary to Her Majesty. 1852. [Verso of title:] London: R.Clay, .-^Z. , t 
Printer, Bread Streei~TniT. l2mo, pp. vi, v-viii, 9-424. B., BM., %i>, ^ Hr 

C, FAC.ADV., H., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., UTEX., WHS., Y. + 

Second Edition. [Same publisher's imprint.] 1853. [Verso of 
title:] London: Printed by William Cloives and Sons, Stamford- 
Street. 8vO, pp. 403. AAS., CU., HSP., Y. 93482 

[Sullivan (George)], b. ijji, d. 1838. An Address of Mem- 
bers of the House of Representatives. See no. 393, vol. I. The fol- 
lowing editions have been located: Alexandria, 1812, aas., b., BA., 
BM., C, H., NYP.; Baltimore, 1 8 12, AAS., B., NYP.; Boston, l8l2, 
AAS., B., ba., BM., H., NYP.; [Boston, 1 8 12], AAS., c. ; Hanover, 
18 12, c, H.; Hartford, 1 8 12, aas., b., BM., c, H., nyp. ; Haverill, 
18 1 2, NYP.; London, 1 8 12, NYP.; New Haven, 1812, AAS., BM.; 
New York, 18 12, B., NYP.; Northampton, 18 12, B., BM., C, NYP.; 
Philadelphia, \_n. ^.], aas., c; Portsmouth, 1 8 12, aas., h., nyp.; 
Troy, 1 8 12, nyp.; Windsor, 1812, aas., c. 

Signed by George Sullivan and 33 others. 

[Sullivan]. Correspondence between the Agent of the Com- 
monwealth and ... the Governor, on the . . . Massachusetts Claim. 
See Massachusetts, no. 45698, vol. 1 1. 

[Sullivan]. Defence of the Exposition of the Middling Inter- 
est, on the Right of Constituents to give instructions to their Rep- 
resentatives, and the obligation of these to obey them. City of 
Boston: July, 1S22. 8vo, pp. 16. M., P. 93483 

Sullivan. . . . Letter from Mr. Sullivan, Agent of Massachu- 
setts, to Mr. Hamilton, Chairman of the Committee on Military 
Affairs. [Washington. 1824.] 8vo, pp. 9. B. 93484 

Caption title, preceded by a note signed, George Sullivan, agent of Massachusetts, 
and dated, Washington, December, 1824.. 

Relates to claims of Maine and Massachusetts upon the United States. 



254 SULLIVAN (gEORGe). 

Sullivan. An Oration, pronounced at Exeter on the Fourth 
Day of July 1800, in commemoration of the Anniversary of Amer- 
ican Independence, By George Sullivan, Esquire. From the Press 
of H. Ranlet, Exeter, New-Hamf shire. 1 800. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., BA., BM., H., JCB., M., NYP. 93485 

Sullivan. An Oration, pronounced, on the Fourth July, i8i6, 
before the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, at the request of the 
Selectmen. By George Sullivan. [Boston:^ Printed by C. Steb- 
bins. 1816. 8vo, pp. 24. BA., c, cu., H., M., NYP., Y. + Second 
Edition. [Same imprint, date and collation.] 

AAS., BA., BM., H., M., Y. 93486 

Sullivan. Speech of the Hon. George Sullivan, at the late 
Rockingham Convention, with the Memorial and Resolutions, and 
Report of the Committee of Elections. Exeter: Printed at the 
Constitutionalist Press, by E. C. Beats. [1812.] 8vo, pp. 30. B., 
BA., BM., HEH., M., NYP., P., UTS. -|- Second edition. [Same im- 
print, date, and collation.] [1812.] aas., c, cu., h., m., nyh., 
NYP., WHS. -j- Concord: Printed and sold by George Hough, 
September 1^12. 8vo, pp. 31. B., BM., c, HEH., P. 93487 

A prefatory note in the Exeter editions is dated, Exeter, August 8th, 181 2. 

Sullivan (George), b. 1783, d. 1866. Popular Explanation 
of the System of Circulating Medium recently published in the form 
of an Act of Congress; shewing the destructive action of the Bank 
of England upon the welfare of the United States, and the means of 
self protection against it. By George Sullivan. NezuYork: Samuel 
Colman, 8, Astor House. 1839. 8vo, pp. 21, 3—15- 

B., BM., C, HSP., M., NYH. 93488 

Sullivan. Supreme Court of the United States: J.[«.^. S.] B. 
Stone, ads. the United States of America. Argument for defendant 
[in an action for violation of the Act of Congress providing for the 
better security of the lives of passengers in Steam vessels, etc.] New 
York. 1840. 8vo. BM. 93489 

Sullivan. ... A System of circulating Medium, and of Safe 
keeping of the Public Moneys of the United States. By George 
Sullivan, Counsellor at Law. New York: Sam-uel Colman, 8 Astor 

House. 1839. 8vo, pp. 15. AAS., B., C, M., NYP. 93490 

With heading: "No. I." The system is given in the form of a bill. 
Reissued without the title page in "Popular Explanation," above. 

Sullivan ([J. H.] ). Remarks on the Importance of the Cen- 
tral Oliio Railroad to the interests of Baltimore. By Mr. Sullivan, 



SULLIVAN (j. L.). 255 

President of the Central Ohio Railroad Company. Delivered be- 
fore the Board of Trade of the City of Baltimore, on the 15 th of 
July, 1852. "The Pnnting Ojjicey^ Sun Iron Building. 1852. 

8vo, pp. 16. B., C, T.W.STREETER. 9349 I 

Sullivan (J. L.) S^^? Sullivan (John Langdon). 

[Sullivan (James)], b. 1744, d. 1808. The | Altar of Baal | 
Thrown Dov^^n: | or, the | French Nation | Defended, | against 
the I Pulpit Slander | of | David Osgood, a.m. | Pastor of the 
Church in Medford. | A Sermon, | Par Citoyen de Novion. | . . 
Boston: \ From the Chronicle-PresSy by Adams ^ Larkin 
M,DCC,xcv. I Svo, pp. 31. aas., b., ba., c, h., hsp., jcb., m., 
NYP., UTS., Y. -\- Boston, Printed | Re-frintcd at Stockbridge, \ by 
Loring Andrews. \ 1 795. | 8vo, pp. 28. aas., JCB. 93492 

Attributed to Sullivan in Amory's "Life of James Sullivan," vol. I, 1859, pp. 297— 
298 and 389-390. 

Evans mentions two issues of the Boston edition, one of which he describes as with 
a half title and an ornamental foot-piece. The copies of the other issue, said to be 
located at h., nyp. and urs., all have the half title and foot piece. 

[Sullivan]. The | Altar of Baal thrown down; | or, the | 
French Nation Defended | against the pulpit slander of | David 
Osgood, A.M. I Pastor of the Church in Medford. | A Sermon. | 
By Citoyen de Novion. . . . | Philadclfhia: \ From the Aurora 
Printing-Ojjice. \ I 795. [ 8vo, pp. 32. C, H. 93493 

[Sullivan]. Biographical Sketch . . . of . . . Governor Han- 
cock. 5^^ Hancock (J.), />. 1737, ^. 1793, no. 30180, vol. 8. aas., 
BA., c, H. 

On the wrapper of the h. copy is the ms. note on the authority of Dr. Belknap, 
"Supposed to be written by James Sullivan Esq Attorney General of this Common- 
wealth." 

Amory undoubtedly refers to this pamphlet in vol. i, p. 276, of his "Life" of 
Sullivan, when he states that a "few days after the funeral, Sullivan published in the 
Chronicle an obituary of Hancock, which was also printed in separate form." 

For another edition, see the following: 

[Sullivan]. Biographical | Sketch | of the | Life & Character 
I of his late | Excellency | Governor Hancock. | Boston: \ Printed 
and sold by N. C overly y over the \ Sign of the Indian Chief, North- \ 
Side the Market. \ [1793.] l2mo, pp. II. M. 93494 

[Sullivan] . Communication of His Excellency the Governour 
to the Honourable Council, relative to the Removal of Sheriff 
Lithgow. See Massachusetts, no. 45685, vol. 1 1. 

AAS., BA., c, NYP. 93495 



256 SULLIVAN (jAMEs). 

[Sullivan], A Dissertation upon the Constitutional Freedom 
of the Press in the United States of America. By an Impartial Citi- 
zen. . . . Boston: Printed by David Carlisle, For Jose-ph Nancredey 
No. 49, Marlborough Street. 1 80 1. 8vo, pp. 54. 

aas., b., c, hsp., m., nyp., wlc. 93496 

For an attribution, see Amory's "Life," of Sullivan, vol. i, pp. 390—391. 

Sullivan. Gov. Sullivan's Speech to the Legislature of Massa- 
chusetts, June 7, 1808. On the subject of the embargo and other 
public concerns. Trenton: Printed by James J. Wilson. 1808. 
8vo, cover title, and pp. 14. whs. 93497 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Sullivan. The History of Land Titles in Massachusetts. By 
James Sullivan, l.l.d. Attorney General of that Commonwealth. 
. . . Printed at Boston, By I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, for the 
Author. August, 1 80 1. 8 vo, pp. 392. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., PEAB., 

WHS., Y. 93498 

Sullivan. The | History | of the | District | of | Maine. | By 
James Sullivan. | Illustrated by a new correct Map of the District. | 
Boston. I Printed by I. Thom.as and E. T. Andrews, \ Faust's Statue, 
No. 45 Newbury Street. \ 1795. | 8vo, pp. vii, 421. Frontispiece 
folded map. 

aas., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., hsp., JCB., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 

p., PEAB., PRINCETON, WHS., Y. 93499 

The printers having offered the author two hundred dollars for the copyright, 
which was issued in their names March 24, 1795, he "concluded to assign it over to 
the [Massacliusetts] Historical Society," of which he was an original member. See 
letter from Sullivan quoted in Williamson's Maine, no. 9608, and Evans no. 29589. 

The map has the following title: "A Map of the District of Maine, Drawn from 
the latest Surveys and other best Authorities by Osgood Carleton. Doolitle Sc. New- 
haven." There is also inset: "A Map of those parts of the Country most famous for 
being harrased by the Indians, on and long after their first settlement; and more 
particularly treated of in Judge Sullivan's History of the District of Maine." At 
the top is the imprint: Engraved for Judge Sullivan's History of the District of 
Maine. Puhlished by Thomas & Andrews. Boston, 1795. 

The following index was probably published about the year 191S, the date when 
the AAS. copy was acquired by purchase from the publishers: 

Index of Names and Places in Sullivan's District of Maine. The manuscript of this 
index was found in a copy of the above work formerly the property of John Wingate 
Thornton. Puhlished by A. J. Huston — Portland, Maine, [n. d.] aas., c, heh., 

NVH., NVl"., V. 

[Sullivan]. An | Impartial Review | of the | Causes and Prin- 
ciples I of the I French Revolution. | By an American. | Boston: 
Printed by Benjamin Edrs, \ Kilby-Strret. — I 798. | 8vo, pp. lOI, 
errata (i). aas., b., ba., nyp. 93500 



SULLIVAN (jAMEs). 257 

The BA. copy has an attribution to James Sullivan written in what is probably a 
contemporary hand. 

Amory in vol. i, p. 398, of his "Life" of Sullivan, states that the latter heartily 
approved of the French Revolution and contributed articles to the press on that 
subject over the signatures of Junius and Americanus. 

[Sullivan] ? A Monody on the Death of the Honourable 
Thomas Russell, Esq. See Warren (John), Eulogy on the Hon- 
ourable Thomas Russell. 

Sullivan. Interesting Correspondence between His Excellency 
Governour Sullivan and Col. Pickering. 5^^ our no. 62650, vol. 15. 

^Boston. 1808. AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M., 

NYH., NYP., WHS., WLC, Y. Second edition. Boston. 1 808. aas., 
BA., BM., C, H., M., NYP., WLC. N ewburyfort. 1808. AAS., C. 

There are two slightly variant issues of the first edition, one of which differs from 
that described in Sabin, reading in the latter part of the title: "... the groundless 
charges made against him by the Governour and others." c. and y. have copies of both 
issues. 

See also, Pickering (T.), "Address to the People of the U. States," no. 62647, 
c, NYP.; and "Letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering," 62652, voL 15. Editions 
of the latter are located as follows: Boston, 1808, aas., ba., c, nyp., uts. ; 2nd ed., 
Boston, 1808, AAS., c; Hartford, 1808, aas., c, nyp.; London, 1808, c. ; New 
Haven, 1808, aas., c, nyp.; [Nezv York. 1808], c; Northampton, 1808, nyp.; 
and the following not previously entered, Augusta, 1808, c; and Baltimore, 1808, 
NYP. The Hartford edition includes Sullivan's answer. 

Sullivan. Observations I upon the | Government | of the | 
United States of | America. | By James Sullivan, Esq. | Attorney' 
General of the Commonwealth | of Massachusetts. | Bostofi: 
Printed and sold by Samuel Hall, No. 53, Cornhill. \ mdccxci. 
vo, pp. 55. 

aas,, B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., WHS., 

Y. 93501 
For a reply, see An Enquiry into the Constitutional Authority of the Supreme Fed- 
eral Court, no. 22639, vol. 6. ba., c, h., jcb., nyh., nyp. According to Amory's 
"Life of James Sullivan," vol. i, 1859, p. 232, the author was Timothy Ford. It has 
ieen wrongly attributed to David Ramsey. 

[Sullivan].? Ode | for the 2 3^^ of October, 1792. | \_Boston? 
1792?] Folio broadside. aas., m., hsp. 93502 

In the M. catalogue attributed with a query to James Sullivan. 

[Sullivan] } An Ode, | Sung at the Lecture of the Congrega- 
I tional Charitable Society, in Boston, | on the 12th of February, 
^795- I By ^^- ^^^- I V^oston. 1795.] Small narrow folio broad- 
side. JCB., M. 93503 

Caption title. 

The M. copy is signed in a contemporary hand, "J. S." 

Also issued in Peter Thacher's "Sermon preached in Boston, February 12, 1795," 
p. 20. 



250 SULLIVAN (jAMEs). 

[Sullivan]. The Path to Riches. | An | Inquiry | into the | 
Origin and Use of Money; | and into the | Principles of Stocks and 
Banks. I To which are subjoined, | some Thoughts respecting | a 
Bank I for the Commonwealth. | By a Citizen of Massachusetts, j 
... I Printed at Boston, | by P. Edes, jar I. Thomas and E. T. An- 
drews, I Faust's Statue, No, 45, Newbury-Street. | mdccxcii. | 
8vo, pp. 77. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 93504 

Sullivan. The Path to Riches: an Inquiry into the Origin and 
Use of Money; and into the Principles of Stocks & Banks. To which 
are subjoined, some thoughts respecting a Bank for the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts. Written by the late Governour Sullivan. 
. . . Boston, Printed by J. Belcher. 1809. l2mo, pp. 45. 

AAS., BA., C, CU., H., HSP., M., P., Y. 93505 

S[ullivan]. Strictures | on the | Rev. Mr. Thatcher's Pam- 
phlet I entitled, Observations | upon the | State of the Clergy | of | 
New-England : With Strictures upon the Power of dismissing them, 
usurped | by some Churches. | By J. S. — a Layman. | . • . ] Boston: 
I Printed and sold by Benjamin Edes and Sons, in Cornhill. | 

M,DCC,LXXXIV. I 8vo, pp. 28, 2. AAS., B., C, H., JCB., M., NYH., 

NYP. -|- [Same imprint and collation.] m,dcc.lxxx.v. 

NEWBERRY. 93506 

For attribution, see Amory's "Life" of Sullivan, vol. i, p. 385. 

See also, Thacher (Peter), b. 1752, d. 1802, "Observations," and "Reply to the 
Strictures of Mr. J. S." 

Information regarding the 1785 edition supplied by George B. Utley. 

Sullivan contributed the "Topographical Description of Georgetown in the County 
of Lincoln" to the Mass. Hist. Soc. "Collections," first ser., vol. i, 1792, pp. 251-256; 
and, "Topographical Description of Thomaston, in the County of Lincoln, and 
District of Maine, 1794.," to the same series, vol. 4, 1795, pp. 20—25; and, "History 
of the Penobscott Indians" to the same series, vol. 9, 1804, pp. 207—232. The first 
two atrticles are attributed to Sullivan in Amory, vol. i, p. 395. 

Sullivan and Tudor were counsel for the plaintiffs in an action instituted by the 
Society of Christian Independents, congregating in Gloucester, which was tried before 
the Supreme Judicial Court held at Ipswich, June, 1785, and it seems probable that 
Sullivan may have written the "Appeal" to the public published by that body, see our 
no. 27591, vol. 7. "Publick" in th;!t entry should have been spelled "Public." 

J. S. J. Gardiner's anonymous "Epistle to Zenas," [1786], aas., nvp., note fol- 
lowing no. 26624, vol. 7, was directed against Sullivan. 

"Thoughts on the Political Situation," 1788, has been attributed to Sullivan. This 
is correctly entered under Jackson (Jonathan), no. 35441, vol. 9. aas., b., ba., c, 
H., JCB., M., NYP. The NYP. Copy has a presentation inscription of Jackson. 

Sullivan (James), h. 1813. Life and Battles of '^'ankee Sulli- 
van, from his first appearance in the Prize Ring, until his retire- 
ment. New York: Ross & Jones, No. 21 An?i Street. 1854. 8vo, 
PI'- (4), 9-96, (2). NYP. 93507 



SULLIVAN (jAMEs). 259 

Cover title: . . . Life and Battles of Yankee Sullivan . . . Also, the battles between 
Tom Hyer and Country M'Cleester. Chriss. Lilly and Tom M'Coy, George Kensett 
and Ned Hammond, Alf. Walker and Joe Hoiles, "the Spider." 

Copyrighted by W. H. Trent. 

Sullivan. Life and Battles of Yankee Sullivan, embracing full 
and accurate reports of his fights with Hammer Lane, Bob Carnot, 
Tom Secor, Tom Hyer, Harry Bell, John Morrissey, etc. Phlla- 
idelphia: A. Winch. [1854.] 8vo, pp. 98. 935o8 

Title from the catalogue of the Heckscher sale at the Merwin-Clayton galleries, 
.March 2-4, 1909, no. 2707. 

Sullivan (John), counterfeiter. See Syllivan (Owen). 

Sullivan (John), highwayman. The Life and Dying Confes- 
sions of Richard Barrick and . . . See Barrick (Richard), no. 3625, 
vol. I. AAS. 

Sullivan ([John]), h. 1740, d. ijgS- General Sullivan's | 
Address | to the | Freemen | of | New-Hampshire. | Portsmouth, 
N. H. I Printed by Robert Gerrish. \ M.DCC.LXXXV. [ 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., C, M. 93509 
Signed "John Sullivan, Major-General." and dated "Durham, January 27, 1785." 

Sullivan. Regulations | for the j Order and Discipline | of the 

1 Troops I of I New-Hampshire: | By John Sullivan, Major-Gen- 
eral. | Portsmouth: New-Hampshire, \ Printed by Melcher and 
'Osborne, \ M,DCC,LXXXV. | 8vo, pp. 37. aas., c, M. 935 10 

"Letters and Papers of Major-General John Sullivan, Continental Army, edited 
by Otis G. Hammond," are in process of publication by the New Hampshire Historical 
Society, vols. 1—2, covering the years 1771— 1779, having appeared in 1930 and 1931. 

For "Notices of Sullivan's Campaign," see [O'Rielly (H.)], no. 57S91, vol. 14. 

AAS. 

Sullivan (John L[angdon]). An Address to the Mayor, the 
Aldermen, and Inhabitants of New York, supplemental to Col. 
Clinton's Report, on Water, demonstrating, from the facts ascer- 
tained by the Surveys, as well as others, the advantages of a Rock- 
iWater Company, with banking privileges. Appropriating the sur- 
plus to public baths, and cleaning streets. Also, a Proposition to the 
''Manhattan Company, to fill their Aqueduct with Rock-Water. By 
John L. Sullivan, Civil Engineer, and Co-Patentee with Levi Dis- 
brow. New-York: Clapton i^ Van Norden, Printers, No. 49 
William- street. 1833. 8vo, pp. (4), 2, iv, 3-46, (l). Map and 

2 plans, nyh. -|- [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. (4), 2, 5, 
verso blank, 3—46. Map and 2 plans. nyp. 935 i i 

In the second issue listed, a "Postscript ... to the Board of Commissioners," pp. 5, 
is substituted for an address to the mayor, pp. iv. 

Copies of one or other of the above issues are located also at aml., b., hsp., whs. 



260 SULLIVAN (jOHN L. ) . 

Sullivan. Advertisement of a Proposition for Ward Com- 
panies. See Disbrow (L.), no. 20225, ^ol. 5. ba., cu., h., nyam., 

NYP. 

[Sullivan]. American Rail-Way, and the Winans Carriage. 
[n. f. 1830.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 20. Table. 

c, NYH. 93512 

Dated at the end: February, 1830. Caption title: Practical Principles of Rail-Ways, 
proper for the climate of the United States, and adapted to the use of the Winans rail- 
way carriage. By John L. Sullivan, Civil Engineer, (and Co-proprietor of this 
Improvement.) 

Sullivan. The Answ^er of Mr. Sullivan, to the Letter and Mis- 
statements of the Hon. Cadwallader D. Colden, in his "Brief Ex- 
position" of himself as the Advocate of Monopoly. The Unconstitu- 
tionality or Limitation of the Monopoly demonstrated. The Bad 
Policy and Injurious EfTects of it on the Community exposed. The 
Legality of an Extension of the term of time of a Patent when for 
the good of a State; and the Just Views and Claims of Patentees in 
Steam Navigation fully explained. Troy: Printed by William S. 
Parker. January 1 823. 8vo, pp. 40. 

B., BM., C, cu., H., NYAM., NYH. 935 I3 
See also Colden's "Brief Exposition of the Views of . . . Sullivan," 1822, b., 

BM., NYP. 

Sullivan. The Answer of Mr. Sullivan, to the Letter and Mis- 
statements of the Hon. Cadwallader D. Colden, as the advocate of 
the monopoly of steam and fire in navigating the rivers, coasts, and 
lakes of New York. The Unconstitutionality or Limitation of the 
Monopoly demonstrated . . . Supported by Opinion of Counsel. 
Second Edition, With a Summary History of the origin, progress, 
and laws of the Monopoly . . . Tonnage, Profits, Plans of Opera- 
tion, &c. Troy: Printed by William S. Parker. Febrtiary 1 82 3. 

Svo, pp. 47. BA., CU., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 935 I4 

[Sullivan]. [Circular letter on steamboat monopoly.] {^Al- 
bany. 1817.] Svo, pp. 14. c. 93515 

Intended for distribution to the legislature, it is dated: Albany, 17th March, I 817. 
The c. copy has the ms. signature of "Jn L Sullivan." 

Bound with the c. copy is the following: . . . Remarks on Steam Boats. [«. p. n. <f.] 
Svo, pp. 6. Caption title. With heading: "(.A friend to general improvements, re- 
grets that tiie inventor of the Steam Towboat, has not explained its operations and 
advantages more fully In his petition to the Legislature.)" 

Sullivan. A Commentary' on the New System of Naval Ar- 
chitecture of Wilh'am Anncsley, architect. By John L. Sulliv;in. 



SULLIVAN (jOHN L.). 261 

Troy^ N. Y. Printed by William S. Parker. 1 823. 8vo, pp. iv, 59, 
index (i). ii folded plates. nyp. 93516 

The first two leaves contain "Testimonials." 

Sullivan. Considerations which tend to prove that a States' 
National Bank, is necessary to countervail the injurious effects of 
the New Banking System of England on the Revenue, Domestic 
Commerce, Manufactures, and Internal Improvements of the 
United States, respectfully addressed to the President. By John L. 
Sullivan, A.M. Member of the American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. One of the Board of Engineers for Internal Improve- 
ments, under the administration of Mr. Monroe. Neiv Haven: 
Printed by B. L. Hamlen. 1 838. 8vo, pp. 38. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., NYH., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 93517 

Sullivan. A Demonstration of the Right to the Navigation of 
the Waters of New York without the license of the owners of the 
monopoly of steam and iire granted to Robert R. Livingston and 
Robert Fulton, comprehending the opinions of judges and counsel 
on the case, and suggesting the means by which a valuable branch of 
business of increasing importance may be opened and secured for a 
long period. By John L. Sullivan. Sold for the benefit of the Mas- 
sachusetts General Hospital. Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and 
Metcalj. 1821. 8vo, pp. 41. B., BA., c, H. 935 18 

[Sullivan]. Description from the Franklin Journal of a Tim- 
ber Rail Road artificially durable ; and of the Baltimore Rail Road 
Carriage. [Philadelphia. 1829.] 8vo, pp. (2), 9, verso blank, (5). 

2 plates. AAS., BA., NYH., NYP., P. 93519 

Capt:on title on p. i : On the Baltimore Rail-road Carriage, invented by Ross 
Winans, Esq. and the manner of adapting it to streets; also on cheap Railroads. By 
J. L. Sullivan, Civil Engineer. 

Pp. 1—9 and the plates are reprinted from the "Journal of the Franklin Institute," 
new ser., vol. 3, 1829, pp. 231—240. 

Sullivan. A Description of a sub-marine Aqueduct, to supply 
New-York with water from New-Jersey: connected with a Com- 
mercial Canal, and Rail-way, for the direct western trade of this 
city. By J. L. Sullivan, Civil Engineer. Neiv-York: G. &' C. ^ 
H. Carvill. 1830. [Verso of title:] Ludzvig &' Tolefree, Printers, 
Corner of Greenivich and Vesey-streets, New-York. 8vo, pp. 29. 

AML., GTS., NYH., NYP., WHS. 93520 

Sullivan. A Description of the American Marine Rail-way, as 
constructed at New York, by Mr. John Thomas, naval architect. 
With explanations of its principle, and manifestations of its safety 

VOL. XXIV. I 7 



262 SULLIVAN (jOHN L.), 

for ships of war. By John L. SulhVan ... To which is annexed, the 
report of the Committee of Inventions of the Franklin Institute, to 
whom the above subject was referred. With engravings . . . Phila- 
delphia: J. Harding y Printer. 1827. 8vo, pp. 16. 2 plates. 

B., C, PRINCETON. 93521 

"Extracted from the Franklin Journal for February, 1827." 

Sullivan. Explanation, by John L. Sullivan, of the nature of 
certain grants to him for the use of Steam Boats on Connecticut 
River, and of the Nature of his Claims to Admission into the State 
of New-York with his Patented Improvements in Steam Boats. In 
a Letter addressed to the Editor of the New- York Evenino- Post. 
[NezvYork.] 1818. Svo, pp. 29, (l). " 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., NYH. 93522 
An introductory letter by the author from the Evening Post of March 23, 181 8, 
states that as the editor objected to giving as much space as was required by this vin- 
dication, that it would be put in the form of a pamphlet to be distributed gratis by 
Messrs. James Eastburn & Co. (booksellers in New York). 

Sullivan. Exposition of Errors in the calculation of the Board 
of Water Commissioners, whereof the correction is necessary to be 
made by voters, before a sound judgment can be formed on the 
question, whether the present plan for bringing in the Croton Water 
forty miles, shall be adopted.? Specially addressed to owners of real 
estate, merchants, and mechanics. With some remarks on the Erie 
Rail Road. ... By J. L. Sullivan, a.m. Civil Engineer. New- 
York: Printed by George P. Scott and Co. 33 Ann Street. 1 835. 
Svo, pp. 20. NYP. 93523 

Sullivan. In the Supreme Court of the United States, between 
John L. Sullivan & others, appellants, and the Fulton Steam-Boat 
Company, respondents. By appeal from the Circuit Court of the 
United States for the Southern District of New-York, in the second 
circuit. Case. New-York: Printed by J. Seymour, 49 J aim-Street. 
1821. Svo, pp. 16. ■ H. (law). 93524 

[Sullivan.] [Letter submitting a statement of facts relative to 
the repeal of an act declaring to be forfeited to Robert R. Livingston 
and Robert Fulton all boats navigated by steam or fire within the 
state.] [Albany. 1817.] l2mo, pp. 14. H. (bus.) 93525 

Dated, Albany, 17th March, 1817. At the end of the letter in the h. copy is the 
autograph of John L. Sullivan. 

Sullivan. A Letter to His Excellency Henry W. Edwards, on 
the Advantages of Rail Roads in Connecticut, and other New Eng- 
land States, and in New ^'ork; in reference to the Western Trad'e, 



SULLIVAN (jOHN L.). 263 

and to the Detrimental Location of the Erie Rail Road. By John 
L. Sullivan, a.m. . . . Neiv Raven^ Januaryy 1 836. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., B., H., NYH., NYP., P., Y. 93526 

Sullivan. Letters, first published in the Boston Daily Adver- 
tiser, in answer to certain Inquiries relative to the Middlesex Canal. 
By John L. Sullivan, Agent of the Corporation. Boston: Printed 
at the Office of the Boston Daily Advertiser. 1 8 1 8. 8vo, pp. I 2. 

AAS., B., BA., C, M., WHS. 93527 

Sullivan. Mr. Sullivan's description of a cheap, durable Rail 
Road, and certain Routes, in the States of New- York and New- 
Jersey. \_NewYork\ 1827.] 8vo, pp. (2), 18, blank leaf, 21-22. 
Folded plate. h., nyh., nyp., p. 93528 

Caption title: Suggestion of a Plan of uniting Roads with Railways to facilitate 
and extend the internal commerce of New-York. 

On p. 5: Filed 17th December, 1827, by J. L. Sullivan. 

Sullivan. On the Baltimore Rail-road Carriage. See Descrip- 
tion from the Franklin Journal, above. 

Sullivan. . . . On the Means of Safety in Steam Boats: by 
John L. Sullivan, civil engineer. [New York. 1831.] 8vo, pp. 17. 

nyh. 93529 

Caption title. With heading: From the American Journal of Science and Arts, 
Vol. XX, [1831,] No. I. 

Sullivan. Practical Principles of Rail-Ways. See American 
Rail-Way, above. 

[Sullivan]. Proposition for an Anthracite Coal Steam Power 
Boat and Barge Company, for passengers on the North River. 
\_New York. 1830.] 8vo, pp. 12. Plate. C. 93530 

"Plate preceded by leaf with descriptive letterpress. Appendix: Specification and 
Description of the Anthracite Coal Furnace for Steamboat Boilers, made and claimed 
by J. L. Sullivan ... p. [5]-! 2." — c. 

Sullivan. Prospective Economy in the Future Public Works 
of the State of New-York, describing the savings and effects on the 
Otsego, Chenango, Cayuga, Chemung and Allegany Routes, by the 
use of the Durable Wooden Lock, and Single Elevated Railway. 
With general remarks on the consequences of the Pennsylvania im- 
provements. By J. Langdon Sullivan. . . . Albany: Printed by 
Packard and Van Benthuysen. 1827. 8vo, pp. 30, index and errata 

(l). NYH. 93531 

[Sullivan]. Refutation of Mr. Colden's "Answer" to Mr. 
Sullivan's Report to the Society for Establishing Useful Manufac- 



264 SULLIVAN (jOHN L.). 

tories in New-Jersey upon the intended encroachments of the Mor- 
ris Canal Company in diverting from their natural course the waters 
of the Passaic, [n. f. 1828?] 8vo, pp. 56. 

BM., C, H., NYH., NYP., Y. 93532 

Signed on p. 51, J. L. Sullivan. For the report, and Coldea's "Answer," see the 
Report on the origin and increase of the Paterson Manufactories, below. 

Sullivan. Remarks on the Importance of Inland Navigation 
from Boston by the Middlesex Canal and Merrimack River in the 
present and probable future state of Foreign Commerce. By John 
L. Sullivan. Boston: Printed by John Eliot, No. 5, Court Street. 

1813. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., H., M., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 93533 

A MS. note of Joseph Sabin describes the following broadside in three columns, 
signed, J. L. Sullivan: On Inland Navigation of the Merrimack. J. C. Tuttle -printer. 
{Concord, N. H. circa 18 10.] 

[Sullivan]. A Report, descriptive of a Route for a Rail Road 
from the Hudson through Paterson to the Delaware River, thence 
to the Susquehanna and the South Western Counties of New-York 
. . . New-York: Printed by Clayton £s? Van Norden. 1831. 8vo, 
pp. 20. 2 folded maps. BA., c. 93534 

Signed: Jno. L. Sullivan. 

Sullivan. Report of Messrs. Benj. Wright and J. L. Sullivan, 
engineers engaged in the survey of the route of the proposed canal 
. . . See Pennsylvania, no. 60467, vol. 14. BM., cu., NYH., T.w. 

STREETER. 

[Sullivan]. Report on the origin and increase of the Paterson 
Manufactories, and the intended diversion of their waters by the 
Morris Canal Company: also on post rail roads, as the means of 
cheap conveyance throughout New-Jersey, of bringing Susque- 
hanna coal to the iron mines and forges, and to supply Paterson and 
New-York: also on a method of supplying the City of New-York 
with water from the great falls of the Passaic. Paterson: Printed 
by Day ^ Burnett, at the Office of the Paterson Intelligencer. 
1828. 8vo, pp. 60, (2). Folded map. c, nyh. 93535 

Improved title of no. 59061, vol. 14. 

Signed: Jno. L. Sullivan, acting as Civil Engineer to the Society for the estab- 
lishment of Useful Manuf.ictures in New-Jersey. 

Sfc also: An Answer to Mr. John L. Sullivan's Report to the Manufacturing 
Society in New-Jersey, in a letter to the directors of the Morris Canal Company, by 
the President of that company. Nctv-York: William A. Davis, printer, No. 38 
William-Sln-ft, 1828. 8vo, pp. 39. NVP., t.w.strkkter. Signed on p. 31: Cadwal- 
ladcr \). Colden. For a reply, si'e Refutation, .above. 



SULLIVAN (jOHN L.). 265 

[Sullivan]. . . . Report to the Proprietors of the Middlesex 
Canal, at their Meeting January 25, 1809. [Boston^ 1 809.] 
8vo, pp. 8. B. 93536 

Caption title. With heading: "At a Meeting of the Proprietors of the Middlesex 
Canal ..." Signed at end, John L. Sullivan. 

[Sullivan]. Suggestion of a Plan of uniting Roads with Rail- 
ways. See Mr. Sullivan's description, above. 

Sullivan. Suggestions on the Canal Policy of Pennsylvania, in 
reference to the effects of the Inland Navigation of the Adjoining 
States, on the Commerce of Philadelphia. Also, in relation to a 
Direct Canal through the Counties of Chester and Lancaster, to 
the Susquehanna; and others thence to the Ohio. With facts and 
computations relative to the Commerce of the Chesapeake & Dela- 
ware Canal. By J. L. Sullivan, Civil Engineer. Philadelphia: 
Printed by John Young, No. 34, North Third-Street. 1 824. 8vo, 

pp. 49, (l). Plate. AAS., C, HSP., P., T.W.STREETER 93537 

[Sullivan]. . . . To the mechanics of New-York, on the sub- 
ject of supplying the city with pure water. [Neiv York. 1832.] 
8vo, pp. 23. WHS. 93538 

Caption title. With heading: "No. 2." Signed: "J. L. Sullivan, civil engineer: 
Also, in behalf of Levi Disbrow, mechanician. New-York, August, 1832." 

Information supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

See also: "Report of the Board of Engineers for Internal Improvements . . . and 
an illustration of the report by John L. Sullivan, a member of the board," Wash- 
ington, 1825. c, Y. 

"Observations on the Importance of Improving the Navigation of the River 
Schuylkill, for the purpose of connecting it with the Susquehanna, and through that 
river extending our communication to the Genesee lakes and the Ohio," [Philadel- 
fhia? n. d.~\, pp. 21, (i), our no. 56521, vol. 13, contains on the last page an 
"Appendix" with a letter dated, Boston, May 4, 1 8 1 8, and signed by John L. Sullivan. 
Information supplied by Thomas W. Streeter, from his own copy, which contains the 
Appendix, not mentioned in our former entry, and may be a different issue. 

"Dr. Sullivan's Poem," forms pp. 27—52 of "Oration, Poem, Speeches ... at the 
Dedication of the Maiden Town Hall," 1857, o"r no. 44101, vol. 11. 

Sullivan (John T.). Memorial of Henry D. Gilpin, John T. 
Sullivan [and others], directors of the Bank of the United States. 
See note following no. 3189, vol. I. 

Sullivan (Richard). Address, delivered at the Seventh Anni- 
versary of the Massachusetts Peace Society, December 25th, 1822. 
By Hon. Richard Sullivan. Cambridge: Printed by Milliard and 
Metcalj. 1823. 8vo, pp. (2), 25. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., CU., HEH., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., UTS., 

WHS., Y. 93539 



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266 SULLIVAN (rICHARd). 

Sullivan. Address delivered before the Governour and Coun- 
cil, Members of the Legislature, and other Patrons of the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. At King's Chapel, Boston, June 3, 
1 8 19. By R. Sullivan. Published by order of the Trustees of the 
Hospital. Boston: Printed by Wells and Lilly. 1 8 19. 8vo, pp. 32. 
aas., aml., b., ba., bm., c, cu., h., hsp., m., nyh., nyp., y. 93540 

[Sullivan] ? Reasons, principally of a public nature, against a 
New Bridge from Charlestown to Boston. Boston: Printed by 
Wells and Lilly. 1825. 8vo, pp. 32. aas., h.(bus.) 93541 

h.(bus.) copy has a ms. attribution, in a probably contemporary hand, to Richard 
Sullivan, Esq. 

Improved title of no. 6603, vol. 2. 

Sullivan (Robert Baldwin). The Connection between the 
Agriculture and Manufactures of Canada; a lecture before the 
Mechanics' Institute of Hamilton. Hamilton. 1847. Pp- 42. 

Title from Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 1867. 9354^ 

[Sullivan]. Letters on Responsible Government. By Legion. 
Toronto: Printed at the Examiner Office. 1844. 8vo, pp. viii, 
3—216, xvi. H., NYP. 93543 

According to Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 1867, the letters were first pub- 
lished in the Examiner. 

For a reply showing the authorship, see Ryerson (E.), no. 74561, vol. i8. 

Sullivan (T[homas] R[ussell]). A Discourse delivered at 
the Dedication of the Meetinghouse of the Keene Congregational 
Society, April 28, 1 830. By T, R. Sullivan. . . . Keene, N. H. J. 
and J. W. Prentiss, Printers. 1830. 8vo, pp. 25, 2. 

AAS., B., BM., H., Y. 93544 

Sullivan. Letters against the Immediate Abolition of Slavery; 
addressed to the Free Blacks of the Non -Slave-Holding States. By 
T. R. Sullivan. Comprising a Legal Opinion on the power of legis- 
latures in non-slavc-holding states to prevent measures tending to 
immediate and general emancipation ; in a letter to the author from 
William Sullivan, l.l.d Published with his permission. (The whole 
first printed in the Boston Courier.) Boston: HiUiard, Gray, and 
Co. 1835. [Verso of title:] /. D. Frecnum, Printer, No. 1 10 
Washington St. 8vo, pp. (4), 51. 

aas., b., ba., c, h., hsp., m., nyp., PRINCETON, UTS., Y. 93545 

Sullivan. A Sermon preached at the Dedication of the Union 
Mceting-Housc in Chester Vermont, March 5, 1829. By T. R. 
Sullivan, Minister of the Keene Congregational Society. . . . Ches- 
ter: Printed by B. F. Fellows. I 829. 8vo, pp. 28. .ws. 93546 



SULLIVAN (tHOMAS V.). 267 

[Sullivan (Thomas V.)] Scarcity of Seamen. [Colophon:] 
Press of J. Home . . . Boston. [1854.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 
32. C, H., P., V. -\- [Second Edition. Same colophon and collation. 
1854.] B., c, H., M., NYP., WHS. 93547 

Signed on p. 27: "Thomas V. Sullivan." A report of Capt. Sullivan to the Boston 
Marine Mission. Treasurer's report included is dated Jan. I, 1854. 

Sullivan (W. B.). 5^^ Sullivan (William B[aldwin]). 

Sullivan (William). An Address to the Members of the Bar 
of Suffolk, Mass. at their stated meeting on the first Tuesday of 
March, 1824. By William Sullivan. Boston, Press of the North 
American Review. I. R. Butts, Printer. 1825. 8vo, pp. 63. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 93548 

[Sullivan]. Circular [on instituting a Society for the promo- 
tion of a taste for music and the encouragement of the progress of 
this Science in Boston.] [Verso of title:] Dutton and W entworth. 
Printers, No. 4, Exchange Street. [Boston. 1826.] 8vo, pp. 12. 

BA.,H. 93549 

Dated, Boston, May 15, 1826, and signed by W. Sullivan and eight others. 

[Sullivan]? Demos in Council. See no. 19522, vol. 5. ba., 

c, H. 

Generally attributed to William Sullivan, according to Amory's "Life of James 
Sullivan," vol. 2, 1859, p. 68. 

Reprinted in the "Magazine of History," extra number 106, 1925, pp. 3—18. 

Sullivan. A Discourse delivered before the Boston Mercantile 
Association, and others, assembled on their invitation, on Tuesday 
evening, February 7, 1832. By William Sullivan. Boston: Pub- 
lished by Carter and Hendee. 1 832. [Verso of title:] Boston 
Classic Press: I. R. Butts. 8vo, pp. 36. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., M., NYP., P. 93550 

Sullivan. A Discourse, delivered before the Massachusetts 
Society for the Suppression of Intemperance. May 23, 1832. By 
William Sullivan. . . . Boston: Richardson, Lord ,&' Holbrook. 
1832. [Verso of title:] Boston: Waitt & Doiv's Press, 122 
Washington Street. 8vo, pp. 64. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., H., M., NYH., NYP., WHS. 9355 I 

Sullivan. A Discourse delivered before the Pilgrim Society, at 
Plymouth, on the twenty second day of December, 1829. By 
William Sullivan. . . . Boston. Published by Carter and Hendee. 



268 SULLIVAN (wILLIAm). 

M DCCC XXX. [Verso of title:] Printed by Isaac R. Butts, Boston. 
8vo, pp. 60. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UP., Y. 93552 

[Sullivan] . Familiar Letters on Public Characters, and Public 
Events; from the Peace of 1 783, to the Peace of 1815. . . . Boston: 
Russell, Odiorne, and Metcalf. 1834^ [Verso of title:] /. D. 
Freeman, Printer, I lO, Washington Street. 8vo, pp. xi, 468. aas., 

B., BA., C, CU., H., HSP., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., UP., Y. + 

Second Edition. [Same publisher's imprint and date. Verso of 
title:] Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Ballon. l2mo, pp. 

Xxiii, 345. C, M., NYH., NYP., PRINCETON, UTEX., WHS., Y. 93553 
The second edition was published without the appendix, which forms pp. 409-465 

in the first edition. 

An attack on Thomas Jefferson and a defense of the Federalist party from the 

criticisms contained in his posthumous memoirs. For a later edition, see "The 

Public Men of the Revolution." below. 

[Sullivan]? History of the United States of America; with 
a brief account of some of the principal empires & States of ancient 
& modern times. For the use of schools and private families. By a 
Citizen of Massachusetts. Keene, N. H. Published by John Pren- 
tiss, Proprietor of the Copyright. — 1820. l2mo, pp. 251. aas., 
NYP. + Second Edition, corrected & improved- — with Questions, 
adapted to the History of the United States, and the compendium 
of empires and states. [Same imprint.] 182 1. l2mo, pp. 276. 
AAS., B., c, H., NYP. + Stereotype Edition, corrected and im- 
proved: with questions . . . Stereotyped by H. Wallis, New-York. 
[Same Keene imprint and collation.] 1822. aas., b., BM., C, H. 
+ [Same imprints and collation.] 1 823. aas., c, nyh., nyp. 
+ [Same imprints and collation.] 1824. M. 93554 

Improved title of no. 65082, vol. 15, entered under the probable author, Charles 
Prentiss, the brother of the publisher. S^«? Allibone, Appleton, and Binney's "History 
and Genealogy of the Prentice, or Prentiss Family," 1883, p. 98. 

On the other hand, Amory in his sketch of Sullivan, Mass. Hist. Soc. "Proceed- 
ings," 1835-185S, 1880, p. 155, states that in "1824, he [Sullivan] published at 
Keene, New Hampshire, where his nephew, Russell, was settled as a clergyman, a 
brief history of the United States and of other countries, for use in schools and 
families." 

The 1821 and 1823 editions of the above history, were erroneously entered in our 
no. 29661, vol. 7, being confused with editions of another anonymous "History of 
the United States" by Salma Hale. 

Sullivan. Introductory Discourse, delivered before the Amer- 
ican Institute of Instruction, at Boston, August 22, 1833. By 
William Sullivan, one of the officers of the Institute. Boston: Car- 
ter, Hendee and Co. 1833. [Verso of title:] I. R. Bittts, Printer, 
School Street. 8vo, pp. 34. aas., b., bm., c, h., p., y. 93555 



SULLIVAN (wILLIAm). 269 

Sullivan. An Oration delivered before the Washington Be- 
nevolent Society of Massachusetts on the thirtieth day of April, 
18 1 2, being the Anniversary of the First Inauguration of President 
Washington. By William Sullivan. Boston: Printed by John 
Eliot, Jun. 1812. Svo, pp. 24 [or 28]. aas., b., ba., bm., c, 

H., HEH., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYU., NYP., UP., UTS., WIIS., WLC, 

Y. + Second Edition. [Same imprint date and collation.] 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., M. 93556 

The additional pp. 25—28 found in some copies consist of Odes, First edition, 
NYP. Second edition, aas., b. Probably other located copies also have pp. 25—28. 

Sullivan. An Oration, pronounced July 4th, 1803, at the 
request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, in commemo- 
ration of the anniversary of American Independence. By William 
Sullivan. . . . Boston: Printed at the ^^ Boston Weekly Magazine" 
Ojjicey by Gilbert and Dean — 1 803. 8vo, pp. 21. aas., b., BA., 

BM., C, H., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., P., UTS., WIIS., WLC, Y. 

-f- (Second Edition.) [Same imprint, date, and collation.] 

M., WLC. 93557 

Sullivan. The Political Class Book; intended to instruct the 
Higher Classes in Schools, in the Origin, Nature, and Use of Po- 
litical Power. ... By William Sullivan, Counsellor at Law. With 
an Appendix upon studies for practical men ; with notices of books 
suited to their use. By George B. Emerson. Boston: Richardsony 
Lord <y Holbrooky 133 Washington Street. 1830. l2mo, pp. 
xxi, 13—148. aas., b., c, y. -|- New Edition, with amendments 
and additions. [Same imprint.] 183 1. 1 2 mo, pp. viii, 157, 36. 
AAS., B., NYP., WHS., Y. + New Edition, with amendments and 
additions. Boston: Carter , Hendee &' Co. Brattlcboro^ Power 
Press Office. 1 832. [Same collation.] cu., nyp., up. + New 
Edition, with amendments and additions. Boston: Carter, Hendee 
<y Co. Brattleboro* Power Press Office. 1834. [Same collation.] 
B. -|- New Edition, with amendments and additions. Boston: 
Carter, Hendee &? Co. 1835. [Same collation.] B., NYP., UTS. 
+ New Edition, with amendments and additions. Boston: Charles 
J. Hendee. 1837. [Same collation.] aas., nyp. + New Edition 
...Boston. 1838. [Same collation.] BM. -|- New Edition, with 
Amendments and Additions. Boston: Charles J. Hendee, and 
J enks and Palmer. 1839. [Same collation.] B., BA., BM. + New 
Edition, with amendments and additions. Boston: Charles J . Hen- 
dee, and J enks and Palmer. 1841. 1 2mo, pp. viii, 156, 36. 

AAS., B., BM., PRINCETON. 93558 



2/0 SULLIVAN (wILLIAm). 

In the c. copy of the 1830 edition there is inserted between pp. 124 and 125 
notice of the constitution of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, pp. (12). 

Also: Specimen of the Political Class Book, Boston: Richardson, Lord and 
Holbrook, 133 Washington Street, 1832, with the preliminary leaves of the later 
editions and pp. 93— 1 16 of the text, m., nyp. 

Sullivan. The Public Men of the Revolution. Including; 
events from the Peace of 1783 to the Peace of 1 8 15. In a series 
of letters. By the late Hon. Wm. Sullivan, ll.d. With a biographi- 
cal sketch of the author, and additional notes and references by his 
Son, John T. S. Sullivan. . . . Philaddfhla: Published by Carey and 
Hart. 1847. [Verso of title:] Philadelphia: T. K. and P. G. 
Collins, Printers. 8vo, pp. 463. Frontispiece portrait. 

B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYII., NYP., 

PRINCETON, WHS., WLC, Y. 93559 
For earlier editions, see Familiar Letters, above. 

Sullivan. Sea Life; or. What may or may not be done, and 
what ought to be done by Ship-Owners, Ship-Masters, Mates and 
Seamen. ... By William Sullivan, . . . Boston: James B. Dow, 
No. 2()2 Washington-St. 1 837. [Verso of title:] Printed by Wm. 
A.Hall&'Co. i6mo, pp. V, (i), 13-96. 

AAS., B., C, HEH., NYH. 93560 

Sullivan (William B[a]dwin]). A Sketch of the Montreal 
Celebration of the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada. Toronto, 
"Leader" & "Patriot''^ Steam Press, 1 856. Pp. 23. 935^1 

Title from the h. catalogue card for a copy now missing. Morgan's "Bibliotheca 
Canadensis," 1867, gives the collation as pp. 24. 

Sullivan Railroad Company. Act of Incorporation and By- 
laws of the Sullivan Railroad Company. Incorporated July 10, 
1846. Clarcmont, N . H. Press of the Claremont Manufacturing 
Company. 1847. i2mo, pp. 12. c, t.w.streeter. 93562 

Title supplied by Thomas W. Streeter. 

Know all Men by these Presents, That, whereas, the Sullivan 
Railroad Company, a Corporation established by the Legislature of 
New Hampshire, at a meeting duly holdcn on the 13th day of Feb- 
ruary, Anno Domini 1 850, Voted: — [Boston. 1850.] 4to, pp. 
(3)- AAS., B. 93563 

Dated on p. (2): "Treasurer's Office, Sullivan Railroad Company, No. 13, Mer- 
chant's Exchange, Boston, February 15, l8?o." 

Reports of tlic Directors and Treasurer of the Sullivan Railroad 
Company, made July 20, 1 847. Claremont, N. H. Press of the 



SULLIVAN S ISLAND. 27 1 

Clare?nont Manufacturing Company. 1 847. l2mo, pp. 12. Con- 
tinued. T.W.STREETER. 93564 

"This was the first report." — T. W. Streeter. Also: Second Annual Report, 
1848. M. 

^' Sullivan's Island. See [Crafts (W.)], no. 17346, vol. 5. ba., 
BU., H., P., Y. 

[SuLLlVANT (Joseph)]. To the Liberty Party in Ohio. [Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 1844.] 8vo, pp. 7. AAS. 93565 

Caption title. Signed, and dated at end: "J. Sullivant. Columbus, O., October 
16, 1844." For a biographical note, see Howe's "Historical Collections of Ohio," 
vol. I, 1890, p. 649. 

Sully, pseud. Remarks on the Report of the Legislature on our 
Foreign Relations. By Sully. . . . Printed at Boston: 1 810. 8vo, 

pp. 12. AAS., BA., BM., C, HEH., NYP., Y. 93566 

Sully (Charles). Associative Manual; Part L Containing 
Plans & Constitutions of Protective and Industrial Associations, 
&c., most of which are in operation: with remarks and notes, by 
Charles Sully. New-York: Dewitt ^ Davenport, Publishers , 
Tribune Buildings. 185 I. [Verso of title:] Baker, Godwin ^ 
Co., Printers, Tribune Buildings. l2mo, pp. 48. 

BM., M., NYP. 93567 

The author speaks in his preface of compiling another part, but we have located 
no copy. 

Sully Brunet (E.). Considerations sur le systeme colonial 
et la tarification des sucres, par M. Sully Brunet. Paris: Impr. de 
Selligue, mars 1832. 8vo, pp. viii, 168. BIB. NAT., BM. 93568 

This and the two following titles are from the catalogue of the Bibliotheque na- 
tionale, where they are listed under Brunet (E. Sully). 

Sully Brunet. Considerations sur le systeme colonial et plan 
d'abolition de I'esclavage, par M. Sully-Brunet. Paris: Impr. de 
F. Locquin. 1840. 8vo, pp. 99. BIB. NAT., BM. 93569 

Sully Brunet. Du Projet de loi sur les primes et sur la tari- 
fication des sucres, observations, par M. Sully Brunet. Paris: Impr. 
de Guiraudet, Janvier 1 833. 8vo, pp. 43. BIB. NAT., BM. 93570 

SuLPicius, pseud. Examination of the Decision of the Com- 
missioners under the Fourth Article of the Treaty of Ghent, with 
an appendix of official documents. By Sulpicius. Portland [Me.] : 
Printed at the Argus Office, by T. Todd. 1 829. 8vo, pp. v, 7—40. 

C. 93571 



272 



SULPICIUS. 



ro, : 



" 'Originally published in the Eastern Argus.' — Pref. A criticism of the north- 
eastern boundary settlement under the treaty." — c. 

SuLPicius, fseud. Letters of Sulpicius, on the Northern Con- 
federacy. With an Appendix, containing the Treaty of Armed 
Neutrality, together with other documents relative to the subject. 
London: Printed by Thomas Bay lis, Greville Street, Hatton Gar- 
den, For William Cobbett, No. 1 8, Pall Mall; And sold by the 
Booksellers in general. January 1^0 1. 8vo, pp. 48, xxiii. 

BA., BM., NYP., WLC. 93572 

According to the "Advertisement" on p. 3, the "following Letters have already 
appeared in 'The Porcupine.' " 

SuLPlTlus (Servius), fseud. Remarks on an Address delivered 
at Washington, July 4, 1 82 1; by John Quincy Adams, Secretary 
of State. Baltimore: Printed by Benjamin Edes, South-west corner 
oj South a7td Market Streets. 1821. 8vo, pp. 15. aas. 93573 

Improved title of our no. 24052, vol. 6, under Fendall (P. R.), which see for other 
editions. Alexandria. 1822. c, p. 

"It appears unlikely that Fendall, a supporter of Adams, would have criticised him 
as severely as is done by the writer of this pamphlet." — c. 

The Sum of Saving Knowledge. Philadelphia, 1745. 

The above forms pp. (2), 413-446, of "The Confession of Faith, the Larger and 
Shorter Catechisms ..." fully described by Evans, no. 5709. Other portions of the 
book are described in our no. 15445, and note, vol. 4. 

Sum of Testimonies of Truth. [Philadelphia^ 1 795-] 8\'o, 

pp. 7. DERENNE. 93574 

"A very strange mystical effusion signed at end: 'John Gerar William de Brahm, 
The Attendant of the Lord Jesus Christ. The ist. day of the Year (vulgarly 20th. 
March) 1795.' Possibly this pamphlet was written in connection with the author's 
Apocalyptic Gnomon . . . Philadelphia, 1795." Title and note from the catalogue of 
the above library. 

Suma de geographia. See Enciso (M. F. de), nos. 22551- 

22553, ^"^- ^- [Seville. 15 19.] C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER., NVP. 

[Seville. 1530.] NYP., ucAL. (Bancroft). [Seville.] 154O. 

HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP. 

Svma I de las reglas, y | constitvciones de la | Congregacion de 
Nuestro Padre San | Pedro, fundada en la Iglesia de la SS. Tri- | 
nidad dcsta Ciudad de Mexico, j En Mexico, Pro la Biuda de Ber- 
nardo Calderon \ en la calle de S. A gustin. Aiio de 1650. | Svo, 
(7), 26 leaves. 93575 

.\t end: "Renovose esta impression sicndo Abad de dicha Congregacion el Licen- 
ciado Don Gon^alo Carrillo de la Cerda, Ano de 1650." 

Title frimi Andrade's "Ens:iyo bibliografico mcxicano," 1899, no. 353. 
For thi- lirst edition, see [Soria (Gabriel de)], no. 87157, vol. 22. 



SUMA, 273 

Svma I de | vna Platica | qve se predico a | la Congregagion del 
Salvador, en la Casa Professa de | la Compaiiia de lesus, de esta 
Ciudad de Mexico. | Del Modo de Merecer | con los Oficios, y 
Obras I mecanicas de la Republica. | Sacado a Luz por un | Sacer- 
dote de la misma Congregacion. | Con Ltcenciay en Mexico .^ \ Por 
la Viuda de Bernardo Calderony Ano de 1662. | 8vo, pp. (8). 

JCB. 93576 

SuMARGA (Juan). Del Sacramento del Matrimonio por Fr. 
Juan Sumarga. Salamanca. 1578. 93577 

Title from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-americana," no. 256, which states that 
Sumarga was one of the first missionaries of the Order of St. Augustin to go to the 
new world. 

Sumaria mandada formar a pedimento del Sr. Coronel del 4*? 
regimiento de infanteria de Hnea D. Jose Lopez Uraga, en la que 
se comprueba la conducta militar que observe en las acciones de 
guerra dadas a las tropas de los Estados-Unidos los dias 8 y 9 de 
Mayo, en los puntos de Palo-Alto y Resaca de Guerrero. Mexico: 
Imfrenta de Juan R. Navarro, calle de Chiquls n. 6. 1 846. 8vo, 
pp.40. NYP.,Y. 93578 

Svmarias meditaciones de los, que parecen mas principales, y efi- 
caces motives a la devocion, y socorro de las Benditas Almas del 
Purgatorio. . . . Qve reducidas a compendiosos Puntos, saca a luz 
... el Licenciado Roque Hernandez, Prefecto actual de la misma 
Congregacion. . . . Con Llccnc'ia, en Mexico y for la Viuda de Ber- 
nardo Caldcron, Aiio de 1676. 8vo, pp. (96). 93579 

Written by Antonio Nunez, whose name appears in the title of the second edition 
printed in Puebla in 1726. 

Information from Medina's "Imprenta en Mexico," no. 1143, a copy located in 
his library. 

Sumario de la residencia tomada a D. Fernando Cortes, gober- 
nador y capitan general de la N. E. y a otros gobernadores y ofici- 
ales de la misma. Paleografiado del original por el Lie. Ignacio 
Lopez Rayon. \_Mcxico. 1852— 1853.] 2 vols. 

B., c, NYP. 93580 

Forms vols. 1—2 of "Archivo mexicano." For the collation, see Mexico, no. 48287, 
vol. 12. 

Sumario | de las Gracias, | e Indulgencias, que gozan | los Escla- 
vos Cofrades de la Esclavitud de el | Santissimo Sacramento, | fun- 
dada con Authoridad apostolica, | en la Iglesia Parrochial de la 
Santa Vera-Cruz de esta | Ciudad de Mexico, en virtud de la 
Agregacion a la Ar- | chi-Cofradia de la Minerva de la Santa Ciu- 



274 SUMARIO DE LO SUCEDIDO, 

dad de Roma, | por la Santidad de N.M.S.P. Inocencio XI. | Para 
ganar estas Indulgencias han de Tener la Bula de la Santa | Cru- 
zada de la vltima Predicacion. | Con licencia de los Superiores, y 
del senor Comissario General | de la Santa Cruzada. | En Mexico^ 
'por Dona Mana de Bcnavides. Ano de 1 699. | Folio, 3 leaves. 
Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. JCB. 935 8 I 

Sumario de lo sucedido en la Europa el ano de 1640 hasta Abril 
de 1641. [Mexico. 1641.] Small folio. 93582 

Title from Andrade's "Ensayo bibliografico mexicano," no. 254. Listed also by 
Medina in his "Imprenta en Mexico," no. 550. 

Sumario de los instrvmentos qve ha | remitido al R. P. Procura- 
dor General de Indias en esta Corte | el M. R. P. Provincial de la 
Provincia de Michoacan, del | Orden de N. P. S. Francisco, sobre 
lo que execute en el debi- | do cumplimiento del Real mandato de 
su Magestad (que Dios | guarde) con que se sirvio nombrarle por 
vno de los Coexecu- | tores para la ereccion de las Ayudas de Par- 
rochia, que en la | principal de la Ciudad de Santiago de Queretaro 
en la Nueva | Espana, pareciessen necessarias a la mejor, y mas 
promp- I ta administracion de los Santos | Sacramentos. | [n. f. 
17 — .] Folio, 16 numbered leaves. bm. 93583 

By Francisco de Contreras. Title from Medina's "Biblioteca hispano-ameri- 
cana," no. 7103, where it is assigned to the first third of the i8th century. 

Sumario | del Conci- | lio prouincial, que | se celebro en la Ciudad 
de I los Reyes, el ano de mil y quinientos y sesenta y siete. | Fecho 
y sacado por Orden | y con auctoridad del vltimo concilio Prouincial, 
que se | celebro en la dicha Ciudad, este ano de mil y | quinientos y 
ochenta y tres. | Atio 16 14. | Con licencia. | En Seuilla, for Matias 
Clauijo. I 4to, pp. (8), 147, 144-231- JCB. 93584 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Sumario del derecho popular, dedicado a las naciones de America 
. . . Mejico: . Ojeda. 1 834. 1 2 mo, pp. xiii, 80, (l). 

ucal( Bancroft). 93585 

Svmarios de la Recopilacion general de las Leyes. See Aguiar y 
Acuna, no, 525, vol. i. 

Svmarios | de las | cedvlas, ordenes, | y pro vision es reales, | Que 
se han dcspachado por su Magestad, para la Nueva-Espafia, y 
otras partes; especialmente desde el ano de mil seiscientos y veinte 
y echo, en que se imprimicron los quatro Libros, del primer tomo 
de la Recopilacion dc Leyes de las Indias, hasta el ano de | mi, 
seiscientos y sctcnta y sictc. | Con algvnos Titvlos de las materias, 



SUME. 275 

q^'e | nuevamente se anaden: Y de los Autos acordados de su Real 
Audiencia. | Y algunas Ordenangas del Govicrno. | Qve Jvnto, 
Y Dispvso, I El Doct-or D. luan Fraiicisco de Montemayor, y 
Cordova, | de Cuenca, Govcrnador, y Capitan General, que fue, 
de la Isla | Espanola, Presidente de su Real Audiencia, y Chan- 
cilleria, y Oydor | de la de esta Nueva-Espana, que reside en la 
Ciudad de Mexico, | y Consultor proprietario del S. Officio de la 
Inquisicion. | Con Vicenc'iay en Mexico. \ En la Imfrenta de la Vkida 
de Bernardo Caldcron^ en la calle de S. Augustiny | Ano de 
M.DC.LXxvill. I Folio, half title, title, and 8 preliminary leaves, 276 
numbered leaves, title of second part, 62 numbered leaves, title of 
third part, and 60 leaves. bm. 93586 

Half-title: Resvmen de reales cedvlas, para las Indias, coordenado por la Parte 
Primera de svs Leyes. Parte Segvnda. 

The group of 62 leaves is preceded by the following title: Recopilacion svmaria, 
de algunos Avtos acordados, de la Real Avdiencia, y Chancilleria de la Neuva- 
Espana, que reside en la Ciudad de Mexico, para la mejor expedicio de los negocios 
de su cargo; desde el ano de mil quinietos y veinte y echo, en que se fundo, hasta 
este presente ano de mil seiscientos y setenta y siete; con las Ordenangas, para su 
Govierno. Recogidos, por el Doctor D. Jvan Fran.':'' Jg Montemaior de Cuenca, su 
Oydor en ella; de orden, y por resolucion del Ex™" Senor Virrey, y del Real Acuerdo. 

The group of 60 leaves is preceded by the following title: Recopilacion de algvnos 
Mandamientos, y Ordenanzas del Govierno de esta Nveva-Espana hechas Por los 
j^nios. Seiiores Virreyes, y Governadores de ella, formada, y dispvesta, por El 
\ Doctor D. luan Francisco de Monte- Mayor, y Cordova de Cuenca, Oydor de la Real 
Audiencia, y Chancilleria, que reside en la Ciudad de Mexico. De orden Del 111'"°, 
y Ex^io- Senor D. Fr. Payo Enriqvez de Ribera, Virrey Lugar-Theniente del Rey 
Nuestro Senor, Governador, y Capitan General de esta Nueva-Espana Ano de 1677. 

Title from Medina's "Impfenta en Mexico," no. 11 74. 

The LeClerc catalogue, 1878, no. 1209, gives the collation of the last portion as 
71 leaves, 60 of which are numbered. 

Sume, Lenda mytho-religiosa americana, Recolhida em outras 
eras por Um Indio Morandugara, Agora traduzida e dada a luz 
com algumas [sic] notas por Um Paulista de Sorocabo. Madrid: — 
MDCCCLV. [Verso of title:] Imf. da V. de Dominguez ; HortalexUy 
67. 24mo, pp. 39. NYP. 93587 

See also: Amador Bueno ou a Coroa do Brazil em 1641, drama epico-historico 
americano, pelo Autor de Sume e de outras composijoes litterarias. A acgao se passa 
na outr' ora villa de S. Paulo, no Brazil. [Verso of title:] Madrid: 1858. — Im- 
■prenta del Atlas, a cargo de D. A. Perez Dubrull, calle de San Bernardino, 7. Small 
4.to, pp. (4), 16. NYP. 

A Svmmarie and Trve Discovrse of Sir Frances Drakes West 
Indian Voyage. See Drake {Sir F.), Editions are located as fol- 
lows: no. 20841, vol. 5, London^ R. Ward, 1 589, BM., NYP.; 
no. 20842, London, R. Field, 1 589, HEH., M., nyp.; no. 20843, 
London, N. Bour?ic, 1652, c, H., hisp.soc.amer., nyp. 

For another issue of Field's edition, 1589, see the following: 



276 SUMMARIE. 

A Svmmarie | and Trve Discovrse | of Sir Frances Drakes 
West Indian Voyage. | Wherein were taken, the Townes of 
Saint Jago, Sancto Doiningo, Cartagena & | Saint Augustine. 
With Geographicall Mappes exactly describing each of the | townes 
with their scituations, and the manner of the | Armies approching 
to the winning of them. | Imprinted at London by Richard Field, 
dwelling \ in the Blacke-Friars by hud gate. \ 1 5 89. | Small 4to, 
pp. (4), 52, a list of errata forming the last line on p. 52. 4 folded 
maps. [A] in two, B-G in fours, H in two. 93588 

Title from one of ten photostatic reproductions of the Christie-Miller copy of 
the work prepared for W. L. Clements, aas., nyp. 

On verso of title: "... this Discourse was dedicated, and intended to haue bene 
imprinted somewhat before the comming of the Spanish Fleete vpon our coast of 
England; but by casualtie the same was forgotten and slacked for a time of some 
better Icasure." 

The issue of the edition printed by Field entered as our no. 20842, omits the lines 
of the title relating to the maps and is without the line of errata on p. 52. Although 
in the Church Catalogue, no. 136, the errors are said to be corrected in the Church 
copy of the issue, now heh., this is not the case in either the heh. or nyp. copies. The 
HEH. copy includes the four maps, but the nyp. copy is without them. The Huth and 
Church catalogues consider the issue which has the lines relating to the maps the earlier 
of the two issues printed by Field, but as the errata had been noted in this issue it was 
probably later. Winsor, vol. 3, p. 82, thinks the issue without the maps the earlier, 
and he is followed by Henry Stevens, Son and Stiles, in their "Rare Americana," 
no. 5, p. 21. As the same plates were used as in the "Expeditio," Leydtji, 1588, 
see note below, they could very well have been ready for the first of the issues, 
and have been insufficient for all copies of the second issue, so that a new title page 
leaving out the reference to the maps might have been printed when the supply was 
running short. A few copies with the new title page might have been bound up with 
the remaining maps. 

According to the dedication to the Earl of Essex which is signed by the editor, 
Thomas Cates, the work was begun by Captain Walter Bigges, and after his death was 
finished by "his Lieutenant Maister Croftes, or some other ..." It was entered at 
Stationers' Hall, Nov. 26, 1588. See Arber's "Transcript," vol. 2. 

The account was first published in Latin, as "Expeditio Francisci Draki," Leyden, 
1588, our no. 20828, vol. 5. 

The maps accompanying the editions printed by both Field and Ward are from the 
plates of those included in the "Expeditio," and in some cases have printed descrip- 
tions in English pasted at the foot. There are two editions of this letter press, one 
in five columns, and one in six. A fifth map not in the Leyden publication is sometimes 
bound with copies of the work, and is laid in the Lenox copy, being a mappemonde 
showing "The Famouse West Indian voyadge." Wilberforce Eames suggests that this 
may have been issued as an afterthought by one of the London publishers. 

Copies of issues of the Field edition are located by the Short-Title Catalogue at 
BM., BODLEIAN, and the library of Sir R. L. Harmsworth. 

For a German version, .?<•<• our no. 20S37. 

Svmmario de la Gcnerale Historia de I'lndic Occidentali. See 
Anghiera (Pictro Martire d'), e Oviedo, no. 1565, vol. I. C, H., 

HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP., V. 

Svmmario de la Gcnerale Historia de I'lndie Occidentali. See 



SUMMARIO, 277 

Anghiera (Pietro Martire d'), e Oviedo, no. 1565, vol. I. C, H., 

HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP., Y. 

Svmmario de la Natvrale et General Historia de I'Indie occi- 
dental!'. See Anghiera (Pietro Martire d'), e Oviedo, no. 1565, 

vol. I. C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP., Y. 

Svmmario de | las indvlgencias, | concedidas Por nuestro muy 
S. P. Papa Gre- | gorio XIII, a esta Hermita e Iglesia de nues- | tra 
Senora de los Remedies desta Ciu- | dad de Mexico de Nueua 
Es- j paiia, Ano de 1576. | Eti Mexico^ Con licencia, afio 1 625. | 
[Colophon:] Con Itcencia [ de Senor Don Lope | AltamlranOy 
Co^nmissario General \ de la S. Crifzada^ y del Doctor Pe- | dro 
Garces de Portilloy Proidsor Or \ dinario, y Gouernador deste 
Arcob't I spado de Mexico. En la Impreta del | Bachlller luan de 
AlcacaVy en la calle \ de S. Domingo, pared en me | d'lo de la 
Santa Inqui- \ s'lc'io. Ano, 1625. | 8vo, (5), 22 leaves. 93589 

Title from Medina's "Imprenta en Mexico," no. 379. A copy was located in 
Andrade's library. 

Svmmario | De las Indulgencias y perdones, co | cedidas a los 
Cofrades dl Sanctis- | simo Sacram'eto, visitado la | Iglesia, dode esta 
instituy | da la dicha cofradia, si pudieren, son | los siguientes. | 
Con Itcencia. \ En Mexico, en casa de Pedro Balli. \ M.D.Lxxxiiij. 
Aiios. I Folio, iv numbered leaves -|-. 9359° 

Second edition. 

Title from Medina's "Imprenta en Mexico," no. 103, which only locates an incom- 
plete copy in the Biblioteca Agreda. 

A Summary Account of the Measures pursued by the Yearly 
Meeting of Friends of New York, for the welfare and civilization 
of the Indians residing in the Frontiers of that State. With extracts 
from two letters relating to the subject. London: Printed and sold 
by William Phillips , George-yard, Lombard Street ... 1813. 8vo, 
pp.27. C. 93591 

A Summary Account of the Present Flourishing State of the re- 
spectable Colony of Tobago. See [Fowler (John)], no. 25309, 
vol. 6. London, 1774. h., JCB., nyp., y. London, 1777. JCB. 

A Summary Account of the Vice-royalty of Buenos-Ayres. 
See Buenos Ayres, no. 904 1, vol. 3. B., ba., c, h., nyp., y. 

Summary | Arguments | in favor of | Episcopal Church | Gov- 
ernment, I adduced from the universal | opinion and practice of | 
Christians, | in various | nations and ages. | For the friends of 

VOL. XXIV. 18 



278 SUMMARY CASE. 

Christianity. | Printed at Hanover y \ by Joslah Dunham^ \ north- 
west corner of College-Green. \ m,dcc,xciv. | 8vo, pp. 8. 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. HEH. 93592 

The I Summary Case | of the | American Loyalists. | [London^ 

1784?] Folio, pp. 4. HEH., NYP. 93593 

Caption title. Also docketed title on p. 4. Signed by James Wright, Thomas 
Boone, Dunmore, George Chalmers, Joseph Galloway, William Franklyn, Guy 
Johnson, George Rome, William Pepperel, and Paul Wentworth. 

Information supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

The work can be approximately dated from the fact that several of the signatories 
were in London in 1784 and 1785 petitioning for relief. See Sabine's "Biographical 
Sketches of the Loyalists," 1864. 

A Summary Declaration of the Faith and Practice of the Bap- 
tist Church in Boston under the Pastoral Care of Mr. Ephraim 
Barnard. Boston: Sold by Philip Freeman. 1749. 93594 

Title from Evans, no. 6421. 

A Summary Declaration of the Faith and Practice of the Baptist 
Church of Christ in Salem; which was agreed to by the Church at 
their Constitution, Dec. 24, 1804. Second Edition. Salem: Printed 
by Thomas C. Gushing. 1810. l6mo, pp. 12. aas. 93595 

For an 1822 edition, see Salem, no. 75637, vol. 18. 

A Summary Declaration of the Faith and Practice of the First 
Baptist Church in Boston. Boston: Printed by Manning &* Lor- 
ing,No. 2, Cornhill. 1803. ^^'°' PP- ^- ^^'^- 9359^ 

With this was issued: The Baptist Catechism; or, A Brief Instruction in the Prin- 
ciples of the Christian Religion, agreeably to the Confession of Faith put forth . . . 
in Great-Britain, July the 3d, 1689; adopted by the General Association of Phila- 
delphia, September the zzd, 1742; and now received by Churches of the same Denom- 
ination in most of the United States. . . . Boston: Printed by Manning &" Loring, 
No. 2, Cornhill. 1803. 8vo, pp. 32. aas. Pasted on the verso of the title is a slip 
referring to the foregoing Summary Declaration of Faith. 

A Summary description manifesting that greater profits are to 
be done in the hot than in the could parts of the coast of America, 
Ternaux no. 786. See A Sommary Description, our no. 86845, 

vol. 22. BM., HEH., JCB., NYP. 

The collation of our entry did not include that of the "Advertlssement" men- 
tioned in the note and which was lacking in the nyp. copy there described. There 
should be twelve leaves in all, one leaf without signature, A in four, B in three, 
A (repeated) in four. From a statement on the recto of the second leaf of the 
"Sommary Description" it appears that tlic "Advertlssement" was first issued sepa- 
rately and reprinted to accompany this work. Facsimiles of the title pages of both the 
"Sommary Description" and the "Advertlssement" are in the Church Catalogue, 
no. 564. 

A Summary Exposition of the Social Theory of the , . . Perfec- 
tionists. See [Cooley (B. F.)], no. 16356, vol. 4. aas. 



SUMMARY HISTORICAL. 279 

A Summary, Historical and Political, of the first Planting ... of 
the British settlements in North-America ... By W. D. m.d. See 
Douglass (W.), no. 20726, vol. 5, note. 

AAS. and NYP. have some numbers of the original issue in parts, without the 
author's full name given in later editions. 

A Summary Historical, Geographical, and Statistical View of 
. . . New York. See New York City, no. 54686, vol. 13. aas., b., 

C, CU., H., HEH., NYP., Y. 

Summary | Observations and Facts | collected | from Late and 
Authentic Accounts | of | Russian and other Navigators, | to 
show I The Practicability and good Prospect of Success | in enter- 
prises to discover | A Northern Passage | for vessels by sea, | be- 
tween I The Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, | or nearly to approach | 
The North Pole; | For which the Offers of Reward are renewed 
by a late Act of Parliament. | London: Sold by John Nourse, Book- 
seller to the King, \ and to the Board of Longitude. \ m,dcc,lxxvi. | 

4tO, pp. (2), 29. BM., C, HEH., JCB. 93597 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Listed in the bm. catalogue under "Russian Navigators" with a queried attribu- 
tion to Daines Barrington. Gushing attributes to Barrington, but it is possible that 
he confused this pamphlet with Barrington's "Probability of reaching the North Pole 
discussed," published with two supplements, in London in 1775— 1776. 

Meusel in his "Bibliotheca historica," vol. 3, pt. 2, 1788, p. 108, states that the 
author is De Val Travers. 

A Summary of Church-Discipline. See South Carolina, Baptist 
Association, no. 87796, vol. 22, and 87794, note. 

Also: The Second Edition. Charlestown: Printed by Markland Mclver, & Co. 
MDCcxciv. 8vo, pp. 28. From a ms. note prepared by Joseph Sabin. — ^A | Summary | 
of I Church Dicipline [sic] | shewing the | Qualifications and Duties of J the Officers 
and Members of | a Gospel Church. By the | Baptist Association, | in | Charleston, 
South-Carolina. | . . . | Richmond: \ Printed by John Dixon. | m,dcc,xciv. | Nar. 
i2mo, pp. 26. JCB. Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

A Summary of Proceedings from the Organization of the Med- 
ical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland. See Maryland, no. 
45254, vol. II. 

Summary of the Case of Alexander, Earl of Stirling, &c. &c. &c. 
with regard to the Great Estates in Canada, Nova Scotia, the 
United States of America, and Scotland, . . . Worcester \_Eng.^ : 
Printed by T. Eaton, College Street. [183—?] 4to, pp. (2), iii, 
7-16, (l). BA. 93598 

A statement by the Stirling Peerage Committee, pp. 15—16, is signed by Benjamin 
Humphrys, Edward Robert Porter, Robert Gillam, Solicitors for the Claim. 

For other titles relating to this case, see Humphrys (Alexander); Stirling (Alex- 
ander Humphrys-Alexander), calling himself earl of, and Stirling Peerage. 



280 SUMMARY OF THE EVIDENCE. 

A I Summary | of the | Evidence | produced before the | Com- 
mittee of the Privy Council, | and before a | Committee of the 
House of Commons; | relating to the | Slave Trade. | London: \ 
Printed for J. Belly British Library, Strand. | M DCC xcil. | {Price 
Sixpence.) \ 8vo, pp. 1 6. BM., Y. 93599 

A Summary | of the | Evidence | produced before a | Committee 
of the House of Commons, | relating to the | Slave Trade. | The 
Fourth Edition. | By the Author of the Address to the People of 
Great Britain; | the 17th edition of which may be had of M. 
Gurney. | London, sold by M. Gurney, No. 128, Holborn Hill. 
1792. I Price One Halfpenny, or 13 for 6d. or 50 for is. gd. \ 
8vo, pp. (8). Folded frontispiece, aas., nyp., y. + The Sixth 
Edition. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. (8). BM., JCB. 93600 

Caption title. By William Fox. Probably the same work as our no. 25380, vol. 6. 

BM. also attributes to Fox the following: An Abridgment of the Evidence deliv- 
ered before a Select Committee ... in ... 1790 and 1791, on the part of the 
Petitioners for the abolition of the Slave Trade. London: J. Phillips. 1792. i2mo, 
pp. 24. 

A Summary of the History, Doctrine, and Discipline, of Friends: 
written at the desire of the Meeting for Sufferings, in London. The 
first American edition, with a note from Anthony Benezet's account 
of the People called Quakers. New-York: Printed by Colline, 
Perkins & Co. No. 189, Pearl-Street. 1805. l2mo, pp. 28. 

AAS., B., H., NYH., NYP. 9360I 

The history has brief references to America. First edition, London, [1790]. bm. 
For other editions and translations, see Smith's Catalogue of Friends' Books, vol. i, 
PP- 73i~733) where the authorship is attributed to Joseph Gurney Bevan. 

Summary of the Practical Principles of Political Economy; with 
observations on Smith's Wealth of Nations and Say's Political 
Economy. By a Friend of Domestic Industry. Cambridge 
[Mass.]: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1826. 8vo, pp. 88. 

C, Y. 93602 

By C.iicb Cushing. See Fuess's "Life" of Cushing, vol. i, 1923, pp. 67-69. 
Reprinted with additions from articles originally published in the "United States 
Literary Gazette," from Oct. I, 1825, to March i, 1826. 

Summary of the Proceedings of a Convention of Republican 
Delegates, from the several States in the Union, for the purpose of 
nominating a Candidate for the office of Vice-President of the 
United States; held at Baltimore, in the State of Maryland, May, 
1832: with an Address, to the Republicans of the State of New- 
York, prepared by their Delegates, in compliance with the recom- 



SUMMARY OF THE PUBLIC. 201 

mendation of said Convention. Albany: Printed by Packard and 
Van Bcnthuysen. 1832. 8vo, pp. 24. AAS., heh. 93603 

Summary of the Public Exercises and Honors at the Interment 
of the Honorable Caesar A. Rodney, minister plenipotentiary of the 
United States of America. Buenos Ayres: Printed by S. Hallet. 
1824. i2mo, pp. 19. c. 93604 

Summary, or General Argument of the Last Manifesto of the 
Last Servant of Jesus Christ, to all the Churches of Christendom. 
. . . Wilmington: Printed by R. Porter. 1817. l2mo, blank recto, 
PP- (3)' 5-184. (2). AAS., Hsp., p. 93605 

The work includes a French version which is printed on the verso of each leaf 
throughout the book, and has a separate title page facing the English one, as follows: 
Sommaire, ou Argument general du dernier des manifestes du dernier des serviteurs 
de Jesus-Christ, a toutes les Eglises de la Chretiente. . . , Wilmington: Printed 
by R. Porter. 18 17. 

A I Summary Revievi^ | of the | Laws of the United States | of | 
North-America, | the | British Provinces and West-Indies. | With 
Observations, Precedents, &c. j By a Barrister of the State of Vir- 
ginia. I ... I Edinburgh: \ Printed j or T. and J. Ruddiman^ | and 
G. G. J. and J . Robinson, London. \ m,dcc,lxxxviii. | 8vo, pp. iv, 

103. B., C, NYP. 93606 

Summary Statement of Facts, on Affirmation, submitted to the 
Vice-Chancellor; in reply to the bill filed in the Court of Chancery, 
by the orthodox, against Friends, in the City of New- York. {^New 
York. 1834.] 8vo, pp. 32. H. 93607 

Caption title. "Affirmed to" before the Commissioner of Deeds, 31, Dec. 1833. 

A Summary Summing of the Charges, with their refutations, in 
attacks upon Noah Webster, ll.d., his dictionaries, or his publishers, 
made by Mr. Joseph E. Worcester, Mr. Sherman Converse, and 
Messrs. Jenks, Hickling, and Swan. Sf ring field, Mass.: Geo. 
and Chas. Merriam. 1854. 8vo, pp. 19, (l). nyp. + [Same 
imprint and date,] 8vo, pp. 24. M. 93608 

Signed, G. c& C. Merriam. Copies of one or other of the issues are located at 
H. and Y. 

A Summary View of America, ^ee [Candler (Isaac)], no. 
10672, vol. 3. cu., H., nyp., y. 

A Summary View of Negro Slavery, as it exists in our West 
India Colonies; with a few Cases shewing the cruel and defective 
operation of Colonial Law. . . . Hull: Printed for the Hull and 



282 SUMMARY VIEW. 

East Riding Anti-Slavery Association; by John Hutchinson, Silver- 
Street. 1824. ... l2mo, pp. 12. B. 93609 

A Summary View of the Courses of Crops. See Maryland, no. 

45373, vol. II. AAS.j C, H., HSP., JCB., NYP., Y. 

A Summary View of the Millennial Church. See our entries 
under [Green (Calvin) and Wells (Seth Y.)], and Shakers, nos. 
28513, vol. 7, and 79721-22, vol. 19. Albany, 1823. aas., b., 

C, CU., H., NYP., PEAB., UTS., Y. Albany, 1848. AAS., B., C, H., 
NYP., UTS., Y. 

A Summary View of the Progress of Reform in the Slave Col- 
onies of Great Britain, since the 15th of May, 1 823. {^London? 
1828.?] 8vo, pp. 7, (3). Y. 93610 

Caption title. 

Events in 1826 are mentioned in the text, and references are made to the "Anti- 
Slavery Reporter," no. 29, which was the issue for October, 1827. 

A Summary View of the Rights of British America. See [Jef- 
ferson (T.)], no. 35918, vol. 9. Williamsburg, [1774], aas., 
C, NYH., p. Philadcl-phia, 1 774. aas., c, h., JCB., m., nyp. 
Second London edition, 1774. C, H., nyp. 

For another edition, see the following titles: 

A I Summary View | of the | Rights | of | British America. | Set 
forth in some | Resolutions | intended for | The Inspection of the 
present Delegates | of the People of Virginia, now in Con- | 
vention. | ... | By a Native, and Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses. I Williamsburg, Printed by Clementina Rind. | London, \ 
Re-frinted for G. Kearsly, at No. 46, near Serjeants \ Inn, in 
Fleet Street, 1 774. | 8vo, pp. xvi, 5-44. C, H., nyp. + Norfolk, 
Virginia: Printed by William Duncan afid Co. [1774.] 9361 1 

Preface signed: Tribunus [Arthur Lee]. 

Norfolk edition from Evans, no. 13352. 

Jefterson wrote to John W. Campbell, Sept. 3, 1809: "The Summary View was not 
written for publication. It was a draught I had prepared for a petition to the king, 
which I meant to propose in my place as member of the convention of 1774. Being 
stopped on the road by sickness, I sent it on to the Speaker, who laid it on the table 
for the perusal of the members. It was thought too strong for the times, and to become 
the act of the convention, but was printed by subscription of the members, with a short 
preface written by one of them. . . . See Ford's edition of Jeiierson's "Writings," 
vol. 9, 1898, p. 258. 

Reprinted with an introduction by P. L. Ford in his edition of "Jcft'erson's 
Writings," vol. i, 1892, pp. 421-447, and as a separate in 1892 by the Historic.il 
Printing Club. Also reprinted in "American History Leaflets," no. 11, 1893. 

A Summary View of the Slave Trade. See [Clarkson 
(Thomas)], no. 13495, vol. 4. h., nyp. 



SUMMARY VIEW. 283 

A Summary View of the U. S., geographical, historical, and sta- 
tistical ... A^^zy Yor/^. 1835. i2mo. Map. BM. 93612 

The BM. copy lacks the map. 

Summer (A. G.). Anniversary Address delivered before the 
Southern Central Agricultural Society, at Macon, Georgia, Oc- 
tober 4, 1852, by A. G. Summer, of South Carolina. Published by 
Order of the Society. Augusta, Georgia: Steam Pozver Press of 
Chronicle ^Sentinel, 1853. ^^O' PP- ^6. derenne., h. 93613 

"From the correspondence, &c. prefixed to the Address proper it would appear 
that the address was delivered on October 20 and not October 4, the day the Society 
was 'organized'.'"' Title and note from the catalogue of the De Renne library. 

The Summer-Land : A Southern Story. By A Child of the Sun. 
. . . New York: D. Affleton and Comfany, 346 ^ 348 Broad- 
way. M. dccc.lv. i2mo, pp. 264. 

B., BM., C, NYH., NYP., UTEX. 936 I4 

*^ A Summer Month; or, Recollections of a visit to the Falls of 
Niagara, and the Lakes. . . . Philadelfhia: H. C . Carey and I. Lea, 
Chesnut Street; and H. C. Carey and Co. 157 Broadway, New- 
York. William Brown, Printer. 1 823. l2mo, pp. vii, 250. 

AAS., BA., C, H., NYH., NYP., WHS. 936 I 5 

SuMMERBELL (N.). Remarks at the funeral of Mary and 
Martha Calvin, by Rev. N. Summerbell, Pastor of the Christian 
Church, Des Moines. Published for the Des Moines Sabbath 
School, of which Mary was a member. Des Moines: Printed by 
N. W. Mills & Co. 1857. i2mo, pp. (2), 2-7. NYH. 93616 

An early Des Moines imprint. 

SuMMERFiELD (Charles), fseud. The Desperadoes of the 
South-West: containing an Account of the Cane-Hill Murders, 
together with the Lives of several of the most notorious regulators 
and moderators of that region. By Charles Summerfield. New- 
York: William, H. Graham,, Tribune Buildings. 1847. [Verso 
of title:] John R. M'Gown, Printer, io6 Fulton-street. 8vo, 
pp. 48. Frontispiece. bm., c, nyp. 93617 

Attributed to Alfred W. Arrington in the sketch of his life in the Dictionary of 
American Biography, vol. i, 1928, the chief authority consulted being the memoir 
written by Mrs. Arrington prefixed to the posthumous edition of the author's "Poems," 
1869. Gushing attributes to Theodore Foster. 

On p. 48: "A Second number, completing the present work, will appear in a short 
time. That part will contain the history of duelling, and the lives of some of the most 
celebrated Desperadoes in the South-west — ... It will be very fully illustrated, and 
published at the same price of the present number." 

c. has also a copy of a slightly variant issue, which has the names of the firms of 



284 SUMMERFIELD. 

Long and Brother, and Burgess and Stringer, added to that of Graham in the im- 
print on the cover; and, on p. 48 after the paragraph quoted above: "It will be ob- 
served that the present number is perfectly complete within itself, having no neces- 
sary connection with the one to follow." 

For a reissue of the Desperadoes with the addition of the second number, see Lives 
and Adventures, below. 

SuMMERFiELD, fscud. Illustrated Lives and Adventures of the 
Desperadoes of the New World: containing an account of the 
different modes of lynching; the Cane Hill Murders; the Vic- 
tims; the Execution; the Justification, etc., etc.; as well as the lives 
of the Principal Duellists, and their Duelling; together with the 
lives of the most Notorious Regulators and Moderators in the 
Known World. Ph'ilndelfhia. [1849.] ^^o. 93618 

Title from Heartman's catalogue for the sale of September 22, 1930, lot no. 152. 

SuMMERFiELD, fseud. The Lives and Adventures of the Des- 
peradoes of the South-West: containing an Account of the Duelists 
and Duelling together with the Lives of several of the most noto- 
rious regulators and moderators of that region. By Charles Sum- 
merfield, of Texas. New York: William H. Graham^ Brick 
Church. 1849, S^O' PP- 98? (4)- c, Y. 93619 

The first 48 pages are identical with Desperadoes, above, and the remainder is a 
continuation. 

Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

SuMMERFiELD, fseud. The Rangers and Regulators of the 

Tanaha. See [Arrington (A. W.)], no. 2io8a, vol. i. c, H., 

NYP., P., Y. 

Reprinted with title, "A Faithful Lover," Nez» York, 1884, c, and under the 
original title in New York in 1892, as no. 7 in Dillingham's cheap uniform edition 
of the "Popular Works of Captain Mayne Reid." 

SuMMERFiELD (John), b. 1798, d. 1825. A Sermon, preached 
in the Reformed Dutch Church, in Nassau-street, in behalf of the 
New-York Listitution for the Listruction of the Deaf and Dumb. 
By John Summerfield. . . , To which is added, an Appendix, 
with information relative to the Institution. Neiv-York: Printed 
by E. Conrad, 4, Frankfort-street. May, 1822. 8vo, pp. 27, 16. 

BA., BM., CU., H., HSP., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., UTS. -f SeCOnd 

Edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged. New-York: Printed by 
J. Seyfnotir, 49 John-street. 1822. 8vo, pp. 40. 

NYH., NYP. 93620 
The list of "Pupils of the Institution, May ist, 1822," on p. 16 of the first edition 

appears on the outside of the back cover in the second. 

A posthumous edition of this author's sermons was published in New York in 

1842, c, p., vv., UTS., and reissuc-d in 184-!, wiis., and 1845, c. 



SUMMERFIELD (jOHn). 28$ 

SuMMERFiELD (John). Sketch of Grammar of the Chippeway 
Language, to which is added a Vocabulary of some of the most 
common Words. By John Summerfield, alias, Sahgahjewagahbah- 
weh. Cazenovia: Press of J. F. Fairchild & Son. 1834. l2mo, 

pp.35. NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 93621 

According to Sumnierfield's "Advertisement" on the verso of the title, this "is 
the first attempt that, to my knowledge, has ever been made to reduce the Chippeway 
language to any system ..." 

Summers ( ), Mr., of Virginia. See Summers (George 

W[illiam]). 

Summers [i. e. Sommers] (Charles G[eorge] ), ed. The Bap- 
tist Library: a republication of standard Baptist works. Edited by 
Rev. Charles G. Summers, City of New-York. Rev. William R. 
Williams, [City of New- York.] Rev. Levi L. Hill, PrattsviUe, 
New-York. Volume L Published by Robert H. Hill: Prattsvilley 
GreenCo.yN.Y. 1 841. Svo, pp. iv, 272, ( I ), 273-471. 

HEH. 93622 

Apparently issued in fortnightly numbers of i6 pages each. The "Advertisement," 
dated New York, April, 1841, announces a second volume. 

Contains thirty biographies of eminent American Baptists, and a reprint of Isaac 
Backus' "History of the Baptists in New England, from 1602 to 1804," pp. 72-147. 

Information supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

For an 1843 edition in three volumes, see Sommers (Charles George), no. 86855, 
vol. 22. 

Summers (George W[illiam]). First Celebration of the An- 
niversary of the Settlement at Jamestown, Va. See Old Dominion 
Society, no. 57125, vol. 12. 

AAS., BA., CU., HSP., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., Y. 93623 
Summers' oration forms pp. 7-83. 

Summers. Speech of George W. Summers, Esq., of Kanawha, 
in Committee of the Whole, on the Basis Question, delivered in the 
Virginia Reform Convention, on Friday, May 2, 185 1. Rich- 
mondy Va. {William G. Bishop, official reporter.) Printed by 
R. H. Gallaher — Republican Office. 185 I. Folio, pp. 18. 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. C, HEH, 93624 

Summers. Speech of Mr. Summers, of Virginia, on the Con- 
tested Election of the Members of the House of Representatives, 
elected by the General Ticket System in the States of New Hamp- 
shire, Georgia, Missouri, and Mississippi. Delivered . . . February 
10,1844. Washington: Printed by Gales and Seaton. 1844. Svo, 
pp. 22. M. 93625 



286 SUMMERS. 

Summers. Speech of Mr. Summers, of Virginia, on the Reve- 
nue Bill delivered in the House of Representatives, on Saturday, 
the 9th of July, 1842. [Gideon, Printer, Ninth Street. Wash- 
ington. 1842.] 8vo, pp. 26. C. 93626 

Caption title. Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Summers. Speech of Mr. Summers, of Virginia on the veto of 
the Provisional Tariff Bill delivered in the House of Representa- 
tives, July I, 1842. Washington: Printed by J. &? G. S. Gideon. 
1842. 8vo, pp. 24. BM., c. 93627 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Summers (Thomas 0[smond]), ed. Biographical Sketches of 
Eminent Itinerant Ministers distinguished, for the most part, as 
Pioneers of Methodism within the bounds of the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church, South. Edited by Thomas O. Summers, d.d. Nash- 
ville, Tenn.: Southern Methodist Publishing PI ouse. 1 859. [Verso 
of title:] Stereotyped and printed by A. A. Stitt, Southern Meth- 
odist Publishing Rouse, Nashville, Tenn. 8vo, pp. 384. 9 por- 
traits. C, NYH., WHS., Y. 93628 

Summers. Christian Patriotism: A Sermon preached in Cum- 
berland-St. M. E. Church, Charleston, S. C, on Friday, Dec. 6, 
1850. Being the day appointed by the Legislature of the State, at 
the suggestion of His Excellency Gov. Seabrook, for fasting, hu- 
miliation, and prayer. By Thos. O. Summers. Charleston, S. C. 
Printed by C. Canning, 29 Pinckney-Strect. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 24. 

Pp. [2i]-[22] are blank, and pp. 23—24 form an appendix. HEH., P. 93*^^9 
Information supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Summers. Joseph Brown; or, The Young Tenesseean, an 
Indian Tale. Nashville, Tenn. : Stevenson &' E. 1856. 93630 

Title from Roorbach, 1855-1858. 

Summers, ed. Post-Oak Circuit. By a member of the Red 
River Conference. . . . Edited by Thos. O. Summers, d.d. Thir- 
teenth Thousand. Nashville, Tenn.: Published for the author, 
Southern Methodist Publishing House. 1 860. l6mo, pp. 351, ( I ). 

For an 1857 edition, see no. 64473, vol. 15. aas., c, whs., y. NYP. 93^3^ 

According to Gushing, Summers was the author of the work. 

Summers, ed. The Southern Methodist Almanac. See no. 
88401, vol. 22. 

Summers, ed. The Southern Methodist Primer. See no. 88402, 
vol. 22. 



SUMMERTON. 287 

Summers was the author of other religious works, and of publications after i860. 
As official editor of the publications of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, his 
name appears on the titles of many tracts, pamphlets and sermons. 

SuMMERTON (Winter), ^^^'/<^/. Will he find Her? A Romance 
of New York and New Orleans. By Winter Summerton. New 
York: Derby ^Jackson, i860. l2mo, pp. 491. 

c, H., p., UTEx. 93632 

Summit Branch Railroad Company. Act of Incorporation 
of the Summit Branch Rail Road Company, together with Sta- 
tistics and Estimates connected with the Bear Valley Coal Region. 
Philadelphia: Wm. F. Geddes, Printer, ... 185 1. Svo, cover 
title, and pp. (2),3I, (l). 2 maps. 93^33 

Title supplied by T. W. Streeter. 

Charter, &c., of the Summit Branch Rail Road Company. 
[Colophon:] Hamilton, Printer, 75 Market street, Hairisburg. 
[1854?] Svo, cover title, and pp. 27. Folded map. nyp. 93634 

Tlie latest date mentioned in the text is 1854. 

There were also other publications of the company after i860. 

Summit Copper Mining Company. Geological Reports on 
the Location of the Summit Copper Mining Company, on Kewee- 
naw Point, Lake Superior; with an Introduction, and a Letter 
from W. H. Stevens, Esq. on the Mining Interest of that Region. 
Boston: Press of the Franklin Printing House, 2 10 Washington 
Street. 1853. Svo, pp. (4), iii— ix, 10— 36. Diagram and folded 
map. M. 93635 

Sumner (Albert W.). The Sea Lark: or. The Quadroon of 
Louisiana. A Thrilling Tale of Land and Sea. By Albert W. 
Sumner. New York: Published by Samuel French, 121 Nassau 
Street, [cop. 1 849.] Svo, pp. (4), 9—93; the Irish Conquest, by 
Frances P. Pepperell, pp. 94-100. B., H. 93636 

Sumner (Bradford). An Address delivered at the Fifteenth 
Anniversary of the Massachusetts Peace Society, January 19, 1831. 
By Bradford Sumner. Boston: Printed by Sam,uel N. Dickinson, 
52 Washington Street. 1831. Svo, pp. 30. 

AAS._, BA., BM., H., M., NYH. 93637 

Sumner. An Oration delivered Friday, July 4, 1828, in Com- 
memoration of American Independence, before the Supreme Exec- 
utive of the Commonwealth, and the City Council and Inhabitants 
of the City of Boston. By Bradford Sumner. Boston: From the 



288 SUMNER (cHARLEs). 

Press of Nathan Hale — City Printer. 1 828. 8vo, pp. 29. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., WLC, Y. 93638 

Sumner (Charles). 

The following list of Sumner's writings includes none which were first published 
after i860. The best collections of the separate issues of later works are at aas. 
and c. 

Sumner. Address before the American Peace Society. See 
War System of the Commonwealth of Nations, below. 

Sumner. Address [on slavery] to the People of Massachusetts 
. . . [Boston. 1849.] 93639 

Title from an nvp. catalogue card for a copy now missing. 

Sumner. The Anti-Slavery Enterprise: Its Necessity, Prac- 
ticabihty, and Dignity, with Glimpses at the special Duties of the 
North. An Address before the People of New York, at the Metro- 
politan Theatre, May 9, 1855. By Charles Sumner. Boston: 
T'lcknor and Fields. M Dccc LV. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: 
Thurston and Torry, Printers. 8vo, pp. 36. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., CU., H., M., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 9364O 

Sumner. The Anti-Slavery Enterprise, its Necessity, Practi- 
cability, and Dignity. With Glimpses of the special Duties of the 
North. Lecture of the Honourable Charles Sumner, of Boston, 
United States, literally reported in the "New York Tribune," of 
the 1 8th of May, 1855. 1855. [Verso of title:] W. M. Watts, 
Crown Court, Temple Bar. [London.] l6mo, pp. 30. 

AAS., B., CU., H., NYP. 9364 1 
For another edition with a longer introduction, see Lecture, below. 

Sumner. Argument of Charles Sumner, Esq. against the con- 
stitutionality of separate colored schools, in the case of Sarah C. 
Roberts vs. the city of Boston. Before the Supreme Court of Mass., 
Dec. 4, 1849. Boston: Published by B. F. Roberts, iS^-C). Printed 
at No. 3 Cor7ihill. 8vo, pp. 32. 

B., BA., BM., C, H., M., NYH., NYP. (sCHOMBURg) , UP., WHS., Y. 

93642 
Reprinted under title, "Ecjuality before the Law," Washington, 1870. a.\s., b. 

Sumner. The Barbarism of Slavery. Mr. Madison thought it 
wrong to admit in the Constitution the Idea of Property in Men. 
Debates in the Federal Convention, 25th Aug. 1787. Speech of 
Hon. Charles Sumner, on the Bill for the Admission of Kansas as 
a fri'c State, in the United States Senate, June 4, i860. Boston: 



SUMNER (CHARLEs). 289 

Thayer and EUridge, 1 14 ^ 1 16 Washington Street, i860. 
[\'^erso of title:] Stereotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry. 
i2mo, pp. 118. Frontispiece portrait, aas., b., ba., cu., h., m., 
* NYH., NYP., V. + Washington, D. C. Published by Thaddeus 
Hyatt, i860. [Colophon:] Washington, D. C. Burll &' Blanch- 
ard, Printers, i860. Republished by the Congressional Republican 
Committee. 8vo, pp. (2), 32. aas., ba., c, CU., h., hsp., m., 

MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UP., UTEX., WHS., Y. 93643 

The first Washington issue listed has caption title only. The second issue has an 
appendix added on p. 32, and a notice on the verso of the title signed by Hyatt stating 
that he has determined to supply the clergy of the country with a copy of this speech, 
"The Clergy Edition of 40,000." 

Some copies may have been issued with the appendix and longer colophon, but 
without the title page, aas., gts., heh., nyp., y. 

Sumner. . . . The Barbarism of Slavery. . . . Speech of Hon. \^ ^ 

Charles Sumner, on the Bill for the Admission of Kansas as a Free ^ , 

State. In the United States Senate, June 4, i860. [At foot of p. I :] ^J 
For sale at the Ojfice of the Albany Evening Journal . . . [Albany: t ' 

Weed, Parsons & Co. i860.] 8vo, pp. 28, (3). B. 93644 \J _ ' 

Caption title. With heading: Evening Journal Tracts. — No. lo. 

Also issued with the other "Evening Journal Tracts" as part of "The Campaign f! 
of i860," our no. 10190, vol. 3. heh., nyp. 

For another edition, see Speech of the Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on. 
the Barbarism of Slavery, below. 

Sumner. The Barbarism of Slavery: Speech of Hon. Charles 
Sumner, on the Bill for the Admission of Kansas as a Free State, 
in the United States Senate, June 4, i860. New Edition — with a 
Dedication. Mr. Madison thought it Wrong to admit in the Con- 
stitution the Idea of Property in Man. — Debates in the Federal 
Convention, 25th August, 1787, Published by the Young Men's 
Republican Union. {For Sale by John Bradburn, 49 Walker 
Street.) Nezv-York, 1 863. 8vo, pp. 80. 

AAS., B., C, cu., H., M., NYH., NYP., P., PRINCETON. 93645 

The author's dedication to the young men of the United States forms pp. iii— iv. 

[Sumner]. Catalogue of the Law Library of Harvard Uni- 
versity. 1834. See Harvard College, no. 30732, vol. 8. aas., ba., 
BM., h.(law). 

Preface signed: Charles Sumner, Librarian. 

A Supplement to the Catalogue was published in 1835, pp. (4), 16. aas., h.(law). 
According to the Catalogue, 1909, the second edition, 1841, was prepared by 
Sumner. 

Sumner. Cheap Ocean Postage. Remarks of Hon. Charles 
Sumner, of Massachusetts, upon his Resolution in relation to Cheap 



2Q0 SUMNER (cHARLEs). 

Ocean Postage, in the Senate of the United States, March 8, 1852. 
[Colophon:] Bucll & Blanchard, Printers, Washington, D. C, 

[1852.] 8vo, pp. 2. B., CU., H., M., UTS. 93646 

Caption title. 

Sumner. The Crime against Kansas. The Apologies for the 
Crime. The True Remedy. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner. In 
the Senate of the United States, 19th and 20th May, 1856. Wash- 
ington, D. C. Buell ^ Blanchard, Printers. 1856. 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., M., MINNHS., NYP., PRINCETON, UP., 

UTEx., UTS., WHS., Y. ~\- Boston: Published by John P. Jeiuett ^ 
Company. Cleveland, Ohio: Jewett, Proctor, &' Worthington. 
Ne-iu York: Sheldon, Blakeman & Co. 1 856. l2mo, pp. 95. 
Frontispiece portrait, aas., b., c, m., minnhs. nyp., utex. 
+ Boston: J. P. Jewett ^ Company ; New York: Sheldon^ 
Blakeman & Co., . . . 1 856. i2mo, pp. 95. Frontispiece portrait. 

C, CU., H., HEH., Y. 93647 

The speech that provoked the attack upon Sumner in the Senate, May 22, 1856. 
See Harsha's "Life of Charles Sumner," 1856, pp. 142-150. 

See also: Correspondence between Thomas Slidell, Daniel Lord and David Urqu- 
hart, dated from June 8 to July 10, 1856, relative to the attack on Sumner, together 
with "Papers pertinent to the foregoing Correspondence," was printed without title 
page or caption, [Neiv York's' 1856], i2mo, pp. 12. m. 

Concerning this assault, see also E. F. Head's anonymous "Poltroonius," 1856, 
no. 31 130, vol. 8, B., BA., H., NYP.; "Outrage," 1856, no. 57964, vol. 14, aas., 
"Sumner Outrage," 1856, below. 

Sumner. The Crime against Kansas. Speech of Hon. Charles 
Sumner, of Massachusetts. In the Senate of the United States, 
May 19 [and 20], 1856. [At foot of p. I :] For Sale at the Office 
of the New York Tribune. . . . Greeley & McElraih, New-York. 
[1856.] 8 vo, pp. 31, advertisement (i). 

aas., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 93648 

Caption title. 

Reprinted in Last Three Speeches, below, pp. 586—697, Harsha's "Life of Charles 1 
Sunmcr," 1856, pp. 159-301, and with a few omissions, in Senior's anonymous 
"American Slavery," 1856, pp. 69-147, and elsewhere. 

For otiier editions, see Kansas Aflairs, and Kansas Question, below. 

For Welsh and German translations, see Trosedd, and Verbrechen, below. 

Sumner. Defence of Massachusetts. Speeches of Hon. Charles 
Sumner, on the Boston Memorial for the Repeal of the Fugitive 
Slave Bill, and in reply to Messrs. Jones of Tennessee, Butler of 
South Carolina, and Mason of Virginia. In Senate of United States, 
June 26 and 28, 1854. Washington, D. C. Buell & Blanchardy 
Printers. 1854. 8vo, pp. 1 6. aas., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., 
HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UTEX., U IS., WHS., Y. 93649 



SUMNER (CHARLEs). 29I 

Sumner. The Demands of Freedom. Speech of Hon. Charles 
Sumner, in the Senate of the United States, on his Motion to repeal 
the Fugitive Slave Bill. February 23, 1855. [Colophon:] Biicll 
^ Blanchardy Pr'tnterSy Washington^ D. C. [1855.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYP., WHS., Y. 9365O 

Caption title. 

Sumner. Duties of Massachusetts at this Crisis. A Speech of 
Hon. Charles Sumner, delivered at the Republican Convention at 
Worcester, Sept. 7, 1854. [n. f. 1 854.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYP., WHS. 9365 I 
Caption title. 

For another edition, see Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, at the Republican Con- 
vention, below. 

Sumner. Extracts from an Oration delivered before the author- 
ities of the City of Boston, July 4, 1845. By Charles Sumner. . . . 
From the Third Edition. Wilmington, Del.: Evans and Vernon^ 
Printers, corner of Third and Market Streets. 1846. 8vo, pp. 26. 

Cover title: The True Grandeur of Nations. HEH., M., NYP. 93652 

Sumner. Extracts from the True Grandeur of Nations; an 
oration, delivered before the authorities of the City of Boston, U. S., 
on the 4th of July, 1845. ^Y Charles Sumner. . . . Liverfool: 
Printed by D. Marfles, Lord-Street. 1846. 8vo, pp. 31. 

B., FAC.ADV., H., M., NYP. 93653 

Sumner. Fame and Glory. An Address before the Literary 
Societies of Amherst College, at their anniversary, August 1 1 , 1 847. 
By Charles Sumner. . . . Boston: William D. Ticknor and Com- 
fany. 1 847. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Metcalj and Com- 
fany, Printers to the University. 8vo, pp. 51. aas., b., ba., bm., 

CU., GTS., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., PRINCETON, UTEX., UTS., 

WHS. 93654 

Sumner. Final Protest for himself and the Clergy of New Eng- 
land against Slavery in Kansas and Nebraska. Speech of Hon. 
Charles Sumner, on the Night of the Passage of the Kansas and 
Nebraska Bill. In the Senate of the United States, May 25, 1 854. 
Washington, D. C. Buell i^ Blanchard, Printers. 1 854. 8vo, 

pp. 8. AAS., B., ba., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYP., 

UTEX., UTS., WHS., Y. 93655 

Reprinted with a few omissions, in Johnston's "Representative American Ora- 
tions," vol. 2, 1884, pp. 212—217. 

Sumner. A Finger-Point from Plymouth Rock. Remarks at 
the Plymouth Festival, on the first of August, 1853. -^'^ Com- 



292 SUMNER (CHARLEs). 

memoration of the Embarkation of the Pilgrims. By Charles Sum- 
ner. Boston: Crosby, Nichols y and Company , ill Washington 
Street. 1853. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Metcalj and Com,- 
fany, Printers to the University. 8vo, pp. II. aas., b., ba., bm., 

CU., H., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 93656 

Sumner. Freedom National; Slavery Sectional. Speech of Hon. 
Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on his Motion to repeal the 
Fugitive Slave Bill, in the Senate of the United States, August 26, 

1852. ... Washington: Buell & Blanchard. 1852. [Verso of 
title:] Stereotyped by Buell &" Blanchard ... Svo, pp. 2^- aas., B., 

BA., C, CU., GTS., H., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UP., UTEX., 

WHS. Y. + Fifth Edition, revised. [Same imprint, date and col- 
lation.] c, CU., H., NYP. + Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. 
M DCCC Lli. [Verso of title:] Thurston, Torry, and Emersoity 
Printers. 8vo, pp. 78. B., BM., c, CU., H., HEH., HSP., NYP. 
+ [Slightly variant title.] Rochester: Published at the Office of 
Frederick Douglass' Paper. 1 85 2. 8vo, pp. 31. NYP. -{-Edin- 
burgh: Reprinted jrom the Am-erican edition by Johnstone and 
Hunter. 15 Princes Street, m.dccc.liii. 8vo, pp. 62, advertise- 
ments (2). H. + Tenth Edition, revised. Washington: Buell ^ 
Blanchard. 1853. B., BA., H., NYP., P. 93657 

The preface of the Edinburgh edition, pp. 3—4, is signed and dated: P. Edward 
Dove. Edinburgh, December 1852. 

Some copies of the tenth edition form the final 31 pp. of the "Past and Present," 

1853, our no. 59002, vol. 14. 

Sumner. . . . Freedom National, Slavery Sectional. Speech of 
Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on his motion to Repeal 
the Fugitive Slave Bill. In U. S. Senate, Thursday, Aug. 26, 1852. 
[Portland: Inquirer Office. 1 85 2.] 8vo, pp. 24. H. 93658 

Caption title. With heading: "Free Democratic Document. No. 10." 
The H. copy, the gift of the author in October, 1852, has the imprint supplied in 
pencil. 

Sumner. . . . Freedom National: Slavery Sectional. Speech of 
Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on his motion to repeal 
the Fugitive Slave Bill, in the Senate of the United States. [New 
York. 1852.] 8vo, pp. 24. UTS. 93659 

C.iption title. With heading: "... (Evening Post Extra. Evening Post Docu- 
ments. — No. XI." 

Pp. 21-24 contain "Speech of Gen. John A. Dix, of New York, At the Demo- 
cratic Meeting at Hillsborough, N. H., August 19th, 1852." 

Sumner. Justice to the Land States. Speech of Hon. Charles ! 
Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the Iowa Land Bill. In the Senate 



SUMNER (CHARLEs). 293 

of the United States, January 27, 1852. lVashingto?i, D. C: 
Buell ^ Blanchard, Printers. 1 85 2. 8vo, pp. 15. 

AAS., B., BA., CU., M., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 93660 

Sumner. Kansas Affairs. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of 
Massachusetts. In the Senate of the United States, May 19, 1856. 
j [At foot of p. I :] For Sale at the Office of the New York Tribune. 
|[i856.] 8vo, pp. 31, (i). 

Caption title. AAS., B., C, CU., H., M., PRINCETON, UP. 9366 I 

For other editions, see Crime against Kansas, above, and Kansas Question, below. 

I Sumner. The Kansas Question. Senator Sumner's Speech re- 
viewing the Action of the Federal Administration upon the subject 
of Slavery in Kansas; delivered in the Senate of the United States, 
May 19th and 20th, 1856. Including the Debate which followed; 
Remarks of Senators Douglas, Cass, and Mason; and Mr. Sumner's 
Reply. Cincinnati: Published by Geo. S. Blanchard, 39 West 
Fourth Street. 1856. . . . 8vo, cover title, and pp. 32. H. 93662 

For other editions, sfe Crime against Kansas, and Kansas Affairs, above. 

Sumner. The Landmark of Freedom. Speech of Hon. Charles 
Sumner, against the Repeal of the Missouri Prohibition of Slavery 
North of 36° 30'. In the Senate, February 21, 1854. [Colophon:] 
Buell £s? Blanchardy Printers, Washington, D. C. [1854.] 8vo, 
pp. 23. AAS., c, H., NYP., UTS., WHS. + . . . [Colophon:] Printed 
at the Congressional Globe Office. [Washington. 1854.] 8vo, 
pp. 16. AAS., c, CU., H., minnhs., nyh., NYP., WHS. + Boston: 
Published by John P. Jewett and Company. Cleveland, Ohio: 
Jeiuett, Proctor, and Worthington. 1 854. [Verso of title:] Allen 
and Farnham, Printers. 8vo, pp. 72. B., c, H., UP., WHS., Y. 
-f~ Portland: Printed by B. Thurston. 1854. 8vo, pp. 20. 

H. 93663 

The first two issues listed have caption titles only. Copies of one or other are 
located at ba., heh., m., p., utex., and y. 

Reprinted in the "Nebraska Question," 1854, pp. 106— 119, no. 52200, vol. 12. 

Sumner. Last three Speeches on Kansas and Freedom. Feb. 
7th, March 6th, and May 19th & 20th, 1856. By Charles Sumner. 
Boston: Higgins and Bradley, 20 Washington Street. 1856. 
[Verso of title:] Cambridge: Stereotyped and printed by Thurston 
and Torry. i2mo, pp. (2), 563—697. Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., C, H., HEH., HSP., Y. 93664 

A separate issue of the final pages of "Recent Speeches and Addresses, by Charles 
Sumner," 1856. 

VOL. XJflV. 19 



294 SUMNER (CHARLEs). 

Sumner. The Law of Human Progress: an Oration before the 
Phi Beta Kappa Society of Union College, Schenectady. July 25th, 
1848. By Charles Sumner. . . . Boston: William D. Ticknor &' 
Company. 1 849. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Printed by Bolles 
and Houghton. 8vo, pp. 48. aas., b., ba., bm., c, cu., h., m., 

MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UP., UTS., Y. 93665 

Sumner. A Lecture on the Anti-Slavery Enterprise, its neces- 
sity, practicability, and dignity, with glimpses of the special duties of 
the North. By Hon. Charles Sumner. New York: H. Dayton, 
Publisher, No. 79 John Street, 1855. [On cover:] Pruden ^ 
Roberts, Printers, 5 I Beekman Street. l2mo, pp. 24. nyh. 93666 

For other editions, with a briefer introduction, zee Anti-Slavery Enterprise, above. 

Sumner. . . . No Property in Man. Speech of Hon. Charles 
Sumner, on the proposed amendment of the Constitution abolish- 
ing slavery through the United States. In the Senate of the United 
States, April 8th, 1864. New York; Published by the Loyal Pub- 
lication Society. 1 864. [At foot of p. 23:] Chafin, Bromell i^ 
Scott, Cheap ^ Prompt Job Printers, 8 Spruce St., N . Y . 8vo, 

pp. 23, (l). B., C, HEH., NYP., UP. 93667 

With heading: "Loyal Publication Society, 863 Broadway. No. 51." 
The above title, of a later period than that now covered by this Dictionary, is 
included because of a cross reference from Loyal Publication Society. 

Sumner. Orations and Speeches. By Charles Sumner. ... In 
two volumes. . . . Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. M DCCC L. 
[Verso of title:] Boston: Thurston, Torry ^ Company, Printers, 
Devonshire Street. 2 vols., 1 2 mo, pp. (8), 5— 410; (2), v— vii, 
480 (mispaged 482). aas., b., ba., bm., c, cu., h., m., minnhs., 

nyh., NYP., PEAB., up., Y. 93668 

Sumner. The Position and Duties of the Merchant. An Ad- 
dress before the Mercantile Library Association of Boston, on the 
Evening of the 13th of November, 1854. By Charles Sumner. . . . 
Boston: Ticknor and Fields. M DCCC LV. [Verso of title:] Thurs- 
ton and Torry, Printers. 8vo, pp. 30. 

AAS., B., BA., H., HSP., M., NYP., UTEX. 93669 

Sumner. Recent Speeches and Addresses. By Charles Sumner. 
. . . Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 1 856. l2mo, pp. (2), v-viii, 
562, c, H., UTEX., Y. + Boston: Higgins and Bradley, 20 Wash- 
ington Street. 1856. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Stereotyped 
and pri?i/rd by Thurston and Torry. [Same collation.] cu. 
+ [Same imprints and date.] i2mo, pp. (2), v-viii, 697. Fron- 



SUMNER (cHARLEs). 295 

tispiece portrait, aas., y. -f- Boston: HigglnSy Bradley and Day- 
ton, 20 Washington Street. 1 85 7. [Same imprint on verso of 
title and collation.] nyp. 93670 

Pp. 563—697 were also issued separately as Last Three Speeches, above. 
Copies of 1856 issues are located at ba., bm., minnhs., and p. 

[Sumner]. Report of the Committee of the Overseers of Har- 
vard College, appointed to visit the Law School in 1849. Boston: 
Printed by John WilsoUy School Street. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 16. 

Signed: For the Committee, Charles Sumner. B., BA., P. 9367 I 

Sumner. The Republican Party; its Origin, Necessity & Per- 
manence. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the Young Men's 
Republican Union of New-York, July iith, i860. New-York: 
J. A. H. Hasbrouck £sf Co., Printers, 1 80 Broadway, i860. [Col- 
ophon :] Issued by the Young Men^s Republican Union of New- 
York. Rooms, Stuyvesant Institute, 659 Broadway. 8vo, cover 
title, and pp. 16. aas., b., c, cu., h., heh., hsp., m., minnhs., 

NYH., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 93672 

Probably some copies were Issued without the cover title. 

For another edition, see Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the Young Re- 
publican Union, below. 

Sumner. The Scholar, die Jurist, the Artist, the Philanthropist. 
An Address before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard Uni- 
versity, at their anniversary, August 27, 1846. By Charles Sum- 
ner. . . . Boston: William D. Ticknor and Company . 1 846. 
[Verso of title:] Cam,bridge: Metcalj and Company, Printers to 
the University. 8vo, pp. 72. B., c, CU., H., heh., m., nyh., nyp., 
P., UP., utex., UTS., whs. + Second Edition. [Same imprints, 
date, and collation.] 

B., BA., bm., C, CU., H., minnhs., NYP., Y. 93673 

Sumner. The Slave Oligarchy and its Usurpations. Outrages 
in Kansas. The Different Political Parties. Position of the Repub- 
lican Party. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, November 2, 1855, 
in Faneuil Hall, Boston. [Colophon:] Buell & Blanchard, Priyit- 
ers, Washington, D. C. [1855.] 8vo, pp. 16. 

Caption title. AAS., NYP., WHS. 93674 

Copies of either this or the following title are located at b., ba., heh., and hsp. 

Sumner. The Slave Oligarchy and its Usurpations. Speech of 
Hon. Charles Sumner, November 2, 1855, in Faneuil Hall, Boston. 
[Colophon:] Buell &" Blanchard, Printers, Washington, D. C. 

[1855.] 8vo,pp. 16. AAS., C, CU., H., Y. 93675 

Caption title. 



296 SUMNER (CHARLEs). 

Sumner. Speech. In the Senate, Wednesday, May 26th, 1852, 
on the presentation of a memorial against the Fugitive Slave Bill, the 
following passage occurred: Mr. Sumner. I hold in my hand, and 
desire to present, a memorial from the representatives of the Society 
oiFrkndsinNewEnghnd ... [Washington. 1852.] 8vo,pp.3l. 

Caption title. B., H. 93676 

Sumner. Speech at a Republican Mass Meeting, in Framing- 
ham, Massachusetts, October ii, i860. 93^77 

Title from Bartlett's "Literature of the Rebellion," no. 4853. 

Sumner. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, at the Republican 
Convention, at Worcester, September 7th, 1854. (Verbatim Re- 
port for the Traveller.) [Worcester. 1854.] 8vo, pp. 5, adver- 
tisements (3). AAS., CU., H., HSP., M., WHS. 93678 

Caption title. 

For another edition, see Duties of Massachusetts, above. 

Sumner. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the Young 
Men's Republican Union, New York, July i ith. And the Repub- 
lican Platform. [New York, i860.] Folio, pp. 4. H. 93679 

Caption title. 

The H. copy was the gift of the author, September, i860. 

According to the preliminary note, the publishers were "gratuitous and anonymous." 

For another edition, see Republican Party, above. 

Sumner. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, 
for Welcome to Louis Kossuth. Made in the Senate of the United 
States, December 10, 185 I. Washington^ D. C: Biiell ^ Blanch- 
ard, Printers. 1 85 I. 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYP., P., WHS. 93680 

Sumner. Speech of the Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, 
on the Barbarism of Slavery, delivered in the U. S. Senate, June 4th, 
i860. Also, the Republican Platform. San Francisco: Toivne ^ 
Bacon, Book, Card and Fancy Job Prifiters South-west corner Clay 
and Sansomr Streets, i860. 8vo, pp. 32. H. 9368 1 

For other editions, see Barbarism of Slavery, above. 

Sumner. Y Trosedd yn erbyn Kansas. Yr Esgusodion drosto, \ 
a'r fcddyginiaeth. Araeth yr anrhyd. Charles Sumner, [n. f. 
1856.] 8vo, pp. 32. H. 93682 

C.iption title. A Welsh translation of Crime against Kansas, above. 

Sumner. The True Grandeur of Nations: an Oration deliv- 
ered before- the Authorities of the City of Boston, July 4, 1845, by 
Charlrs Sumner. . . . Boston: 1 845. /. H. Easthurn, City Printer. 



SUMNER (cHARLEs). 297 

8vo, pp. (4), 104. AAS., c, CU., HEH., NYP. + Boston: 1845. 
William. D. Ttcknor and Cojufany. Eastburn^s Press. 8vo, pp. (4), 
104. AAS., C, GTS., HEH., NYP. + Second Edition. Boston: Pub- 
lished by the American Peace Society, Depository No. 60 J/2 Corn- 
hill. 1845. [Colophon:] W . S. Damrell, Printer, 1 1 Cornhill. 

8vo, pp. 96. AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., M., MINNHS., NYH., 

NYP., Y. + Third Edition. [Same imprints and collation.] 1846. 
B., BM., c, H., M., NYP., UTS., Y. + From the second Boston 
Edition. Philadelphia: Henry Longstreth, 347 Market Street. 

1846. 8vo, pp. 96. H., HSP., NYP. + London: William Smith, 
117,, Fleet Street. MDCCCXLVI. [Verso of title:] London: Brad- 
bury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars. Square i6mo, pp. (4), loO. 
B., BM., BODLEIAN, FAC.ADV., H., NYP., Y. + Stereotype Edition. 
Philadelphia: Published by Henry Longsireth, 347 Market Street. 

1847. Stereotyped by J. Pagan. 8vo, pp. 31. cu., H., NYH., NYP. 
+ Stereotype Edition. Worcester, Mass.: Published by the Execu- 
tive Committee of the League of Universal Brotherhood. [ 1 847.] 
8vo, pp. 31, (l). AAS., B., H., HEH., NYP. + Stereotype Edition, 
Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson, No. 98 Chesnut Street, one door 
above Third. Stereotyped by J. Pagan. [1848.] 8vo, pp. 31. 

I, AAS., NYP., P., UTEX., WHS. 93683 

The [1847] edition is dated from an account of the League of Universal Brother- 
hood on the last page, which is signed and dated, Elihu liurritt, 15 New Broad 
Street, October, 1847; the [1848] from a notice on the verso of the title, signed 
and dated, C. D. C. Philadelphia, May i, 1848. The nyp. copy of the latter edition 
is another issue, and has only an unsigned and undated notice on the verso of the 
title, requesting editors to make extracts from this speech in their papers. 

Copies of 1845 editions are located at b., ba., h., johncrerar., up., whs., and y. 

For abridged editions, see Extracts, above. 

Frequently reprinted. 

Elicited George Putnam's anonymous "Remarks upon an Oration delivered by 
Charles Sumner," Boston, 1845. cu., h., nvp. 

Sumner. Usurpations of the Senate in the Origination of Ap- 
propriation Bills, and the Abrogation of Treaties. Two Speeches of 
Hon. Charles Sumner, in the Senate of the United States, 7th Feb- 
ruary, and 6th March, 1856. Origination of Appropriation Bills. 
[Colophon:] Buell ^ Blanchard,Pri7iters. {^Washington. 1856.] 

8vo, pp. 8. AAS., B., BA., cu., H., M., NYP., Y. 93684 

Caption title. 

Reprinted in Last Three Speeches, above, pp. 563—585. 

Sumner. Usurpation of the Senate. Two Speeches of Hon. 
Charles Sumner, on the Imprisonment of Thaddeus Hyatt. In the 
Senate of the United States, 1 2th March and 15th June, i860. 
[Colophon:] Biicll &' Blanchard, Printers, Washington, D. C. 



2g8 SUMNER (CHARLEs). 

[i860.] 8vo,pp. 8. AAS.,B.,BA.,CU.,H.,HEH.,HSP.,NYP. 93685 
Caption title. 

Sumner. Das Verbrechcn gegen Kansas. Die Entschuldigung- 
en wegen des Verbrechens. Das richtige Gegenmittel. Rede des 
Ehrbaren Charles Sumner, vom Staat Massachusetts. Im Senate 
der Vereinigten Staaten, am 19. und 20. Mai 1856. [Colophon:] 
Gedruckt bet Buell & Blanchard, Washington, D. C. 8vo, pp. 32. 

Caption title. B. 93686 

A German translation of "Crime against Kansas," above. 

Sumner. The War System of the Commonwealth of Nations: 
An Address before the American Peace Society, at its Anniversary 
in Boston, May 28th, 1849. By Charles Sumner. . . . Boston: 
TicknoTy Reedy and Fields. 1 849. [Verso of title:] Printed by 
Abner Forbes, 37 Cornhill, Boston. 8vo, pp. 71. aas., b., bm., 
cu., GTS., H., HEH., M., NYP., P., UTS., WHS., Y. + Second Edi- 
tion. \_Boston. 1849.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 60. aas., ba., H., 
HEH., M., NYH., NYP., UTS. + Boston: American Peace Society, 
21 Cor nhill. 1 854. [On cover:] Printed by Bazin & Chandler, 
37 Cornhill, Boston. 8vo, pp. 80. 

AAS., B., CU., H., M., NYP., P., WHS. 93687 

Caption title of the second edition: "Address before the American Peace Societ)'." 
The issue is a separate from the "Advocate of Peace," for July— October, 1849, vol. 
8, pp. 73—132. Some copies may have been issued without the cover title. 

There were later reprints. 

Sumner. White Slavery in the Barbary States. A Lecture be- 
fore the Boston Mercantile Library Association, Feb. 17, 1847. ^Y 
Charles Sumner. . . . Boston: William D. Ticknor and Company. 
1847. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Metcalj and Company , Print- 
ers to the University. 8vo, pp. 60. 

AAS., B., em., CU., H., M., MINNHS., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 93688 

The BM. printed Catalogue lists a London, 1853, edition, with the note that it is 
a duplicate of the above with a new title page. 

Sumner. White Slavery in die Barbary States. By Charles 
Sumner. . . . Boston: Published by John P. Jewett and Company. 
Cleveland, Ohio: Jetvctt, Proctor, and Worthingtoti. London: 
Loiv and Company. 1853. [Verso of title:] Original designs by 
BiWrngs. Eyigravcd by Baker, Smith, and Atidrew. Stereotyped at 
the Boston Stereotype Foundry. Geo. C. Rand, Printer, Cornhill. 
l2mo, pp. (2), 5-135 including illustrations in the text, aas., B., 

BA., H., HEH., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., PRINCETON. 93689 

The first collected edition of Sumner's "Works" was published by Lee & Shepard, 
/idston, 1870-1883, 11; vols. The same publishers also issued the "StatCJinaii edi- 



SUMNER (cHARLES A.). 299 

tion. Charles Sumner; his Complete Works, with Introduction by Hon. George 
Frisbie Hoar," Boston, 1900, 20 vols. 

Sumner (Charles A[llen]). Speech of Charles A. Sumner, 
delivered at a Republican Mass Meeting at Sacramento, on Friday 
Evening, September 7th, i860. \^San Francisco, i860.] Svo, 
pp. 31, (i). H., WHS. 93690 

On last page, list of officers of the Young Men's Democratic Republican Club of 
the City and County of San Francisco. 

Sumner published several works on California and the West, after i860. 

Sumner (Charles P[inckney]). The | Compass. | A | Po- 
I etical Performance | at the | Literary Exhibition | in September, 
M,DCC.xcv, I at I Harvard University. | By | Charles P. Sumner 
Boston: Printed by William Sfotszuood \ for the Subscribers. 
[1795.] l2mo, pp. 12. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., UTEX. 9369 I 
Reprinted in the "Magazine of History," Extra no. 96, 1923, pp. 11— 19. 

Sumner. A Discourse on Some Points of Difference between 
the Sheriff's OfKce in Massachusetts and in England. Read in the 
Hearing of a Number of the Gentlemen of the Bar, by C. P. Sum- 
ner, Sheriff of Suffolk. From the American Jurist for July, 1829. 
Boston. Freernan ^ BolleSy 81, Court Street. [1829.] Svo, pp. 

(4), 24. AAS., B., BA., BM. 93692 

A separate of pp. 1—24, vol. 2, 1829, of the Jurist. 

Sumner. Eulogy on the Illustrious George Washington, pro- 
nounced at Milton, Twenty-second February, 1800. By Charles 
Pinckney Sumner. Dedham: Printed by H. Mann. 1 800. Svo, 
pp. 24. 93693 

There are several variant Issues, the differences occurring in the third line on p. 6, 
and in the tailpiece. In some issues the third line of p. 6 reads "of national hilarity: 
Henceforth the rites of his", while in other issues "rites" is corrected to "night". 
We have found three different tail pieces, a setting sun, a flying eagle, and a scroll. 

Location of issues : 

Issue A, "rites" on p. 6; setting sun as tailpiece, b., ba. 

Issue B, "rites" on p. 6; flying eagle as tailpiece, b. 

Issue C, "rites" on p. 6; scroll as tailpiece, c, h., Jcb., nyh. 

Issue D, "night" on p. 6; flying eagle as tailpiece, aas., b., ba., m., nyh., nyp. 

Issue E, "night" on p. 6; scroll as tailpiece, aas., c, minnhs., uts. 

BM. has one of the issues, and heh. three. 

Reprinted in "Eulogies and Orations on the Life and Death of General George 
Washington," Boston, i8oo, pp. 261—272. 

Sumner. A Letter on Speculative Free Masonry: by Charles 
Pinckney Sumner, Sheriff of Suffolk County. Being an Answer to a 
Letter addressed to him on that Subject by the Suffolk Committee. 



300 SUMNER (CHARLES R.). 

Boston: John Marshy Nos. 96 ^ 98 State Street. Button & 
Wentzvorth, Printers, Exchange St. 1 829, Svo, pp. 20. 

AAS., B., BM., C, H., M., MINNHS., WHS., V. 93694 

On the printed back cover is a list of Anti Masonic Books published by Marsh. 

[Sumner] (Charles Richard). A Sermon preached before the 
Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts; at their anniversary meeting in the Parish Church of St. 
Mary-le-Bow, on Friday, February 20, 1 829. By the Right Rev- 
erend Charles Richard, Lord Bishop of Winchester. Together with 
the Report of the Society for the year 1828. To which are an- 
nexed, lists of the society's missionaries, catechists, and schoolmasters, 
and of the incorporated and associated members, etc. London: 
Printed for the Society, and sold by C.J. G. and F. Rivington, St. 
PauPs Church-Yard, and Waterloo-Place. 1829. [Verso of title:] 
G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner Street, Londo?i. 8vo, pp. (4), 
205, verso blank, (2), *l-*l64, (4). BM., nyp. 93695 

Sumner (Clement). An | Oration, | delivered before the most 
Ancient and | Honorable Society of | Free and Accepted Masons, | 
of the I Rising Sun Lodge, | in Keene, | on the Festival of | St. John 
the Baptist, | June 24, A. L. 5790. | By Clement Sumner, m.M. 
and a member of said Lodge. | Keene: [State of New-Hampshire) 
Printed by Brother James D. Griffith. \ [ 1790.] Svo, pp. 22. 

HSP. 93696 

Sumner (George), b. 18 17, <-/. 1863. Memoirs of the Pilgrims 
at Lc}'den. By George Sumner, Esq . . . Cambridge: Metcalf and 
Com-fany, Printers to the University. 1845. 8vo, pp. 35. Fac- 
simile. B., BA., H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 93697 

Reprinted from M:iss. Hist. Sue. "Collections," ser. 3, vol. 9, 1846, pp. 42-74. 

Sumner. . . . Mr. Sumner's Letter [on the subject of prison 
disciphnc in France] . . . [Boston. 1847.] S^'^> PP- 24- 

Caption title. C, CU., M., WHS., Y. 93698 

With heading: "Citv Document. — No. 11. Citv of Boston." Dated on p. 1, 
Feb. 2^;, 1847. 

l-'or .mother edition, see Pennsylvania System ol Prison Discipline, below. 

Sumner. An Oration dcli\ trcd before the Municipal Authorities 
of the City of Boston, July 4, 1859, by George Sumner. Together 
vs ith the Speeches at the dinner in Faneuil Hall, and other Cere- 
monies at the Celebration of the Fighty-third Anniversary of Amer- 
ican Imlepcndencc. Boston: Geo. C. Rand and Aver\, City Print- 
ers, No. 3 Cornhill. 1859. Svo, pp. 125. AAS., B., BA., CU., H., 

HEH., M., NYH., NVP., P., UP., WHS., Y. 93699 



SUMNER (gEORGE). 30 I 

Sumner. An Oration delivered before the Municipal Authori- 
ties of the City of Boston, July 4, 1859, ^Y George Sumner. Sec- 
ond Edition. Boston: Ttcknor and Fields. M DCCC Lix. [Verso 
of title:] Geo. C. Rand &' Avery y Printers y 3 Cornhill, Boston. 
8vo, pp. 69. AAS., H., NYP. -h Third Edition. [Same imprints, 
date, and collation.] C, H., nyh., nyp, 93700 

The account of the dinner is much abbreviated in these editions. 
Reprinted, Boston, 1882. c, h., nyh., nyp. 

[Sumner]. The Pennsylvanian System of Prison Discipline 
Triumphant in France. . . . Published by the Acting Committee of 
"the Philadelphia Society for the Alleviation of the Miseries of 
Public Prisons." Philadelphia: Printed by I. Ashmead. 1847. 
8vo, pp. 24. AAS., B., c, H., minnhs., NYP., UP., Y. + Phila- 
delphia. 1851. p. 93701 

Running title: Sumner's Letter on Prison Discipline. 
Signed at the end, George Sumner. 

Improved title of that in note following no. 60384, vol. 14. 
For another edition, see Mr. Sumner's Letter, above. 

[Sumner] ? . . . Remarks on Capital punishments and the Peni- 
tentiary system. By a Citizen of Boston. . . . Boston: Tuttle and 
Weeks. August, iS^S- i6mo, pp. 24. C. 93702 

With heading: "(Price iz^''^ cents.)" 
Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Sumner (Increase). Order of Procession | for the Funeral of | 
The late Governor Sumner. | . . . [Boston. 1799.] Folio broad- 
side. B., H., M. 93703 

The funeral was held in Boston, June 12, 1799. 
NYP. has a photostatic reproduction. 

Sumner (John Bird). Letter ... to the Bishops of the Re- 
formed Church in America, on occasion of the third jubilee of the 
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, with the answers . . . 
received from the American Bishops. London. 185 I. 8vo. 

bm. 93704 

Sumner (Joseph). Ministers spiritual builders of God's house. | 
A I Sermon, | Delivered at the | Ordination | of the | Rev. Samuel 
Sumner, a.m. | to the | Pastoral Charge | of the | Church in South- 
borough. I June 1st, MDCCxci. | By Joseph Sumner, a.m. | Pastor 
of the Church in Shrewsbury. | Printed at Worcester, Massachu- 
setts, I By Isaiah Thomas. \ mdccxci. | 8vo, pp.30. 

AAS., JCB., UTS., Y. 937O5 



302 SUMNER ( Joseph). 

Sumner. A Sermon delivered at Chelmsford, November 1 6, 
1803, at the Ordination of the Rev. Wilkes Allen, to the Pastoral 
care of the Church and Society in that place; by Joseph Sumner. . . . 
Printed in Cambridge^ by W. Hilliard. 1804. Svo, pp. 25. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., H., M., NYH. 93706 

Sumner. A Sermon, delivered at Shrewsbury, by Joseph Sum- 
ner, June 23d, i8i2; the day which completed Fifty Years from 
the time of his induction into the Pastoral Office, over the Church 
and People in that Place. . . . Printed at Worcester y by Isaac Sturte- 

Vant. 1812. Svo, pp. 30. AAS., B., BA., C, H., HSP., M., NYH., 

NYP., UTS., Y. -\- Second Edition. Printed at Worcester, by Wil- 
liam Manning. July, 18 19. 8vo, pp. 26. 

AAS., C, H., NYP., UTS. 93707 

Sumner. A Sermon, preached at Shrewsbury November 28, 
1799. On the Anniversary Thanksgiving in Massachusetts. By 
Joseph Sumner . . . Printed at Brookfield, Massachusetts, by E. 
Merriam &' Co., February, 1 800. Svo, pp. 26. 

AAS., BA., C, HEH., JCB., M., NYH., Y. 937o8 

For a list of Dr. Sumner's Published Addresses, including others here omitted, 
see "Memorials of the Rev. Joseph Sumner," 1888, most of the materials for which 
compilation were "gathered from the manuscript journals, note-books, and papers 
left ... at his death." 

Sumner (Samuel). History of the Missisco Valley. By Samuel 
Sumner, m.a. With an introductory notice of Orleans County, by 
Rev. S. R. Hall. Published under the auspices of the Orleans 
County Historical Society. Irasburgh \_Vt.^: A. A. Earle, Book 
Printer, i860. Svo, pp. 75, ( I ). 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., WHS., Y. 937O9 

[Sumner (William Hyslop)]. Address to the Reader of tlie 
Documents relating to the Galveston Bay & Texas Land Company 
which arc contained in the Appendix. N civ-York: Printed by G. F. 
Hopkins (^ Son, 44 Nassau-Street. January I, 1 83 1. Svo, pp. 

37,(1). AAS., B., H., NYH. 93710 

This AAS. copy appears to have been issued without the appendix. Improved title 
of our no. 26474, vol 7. The e. and nvp. copies have 37, (i), 69. 

The AAS. copy has a manuscript attribution to General Sumner, who was one ot the 
trustees of the company, and is a duplicate from the New England Historical and 
Genealogical Society, with the inscription, "Hist. Gen. Socy from the Author 2^d 
Dec. 1853." 

The address was reprinted with comments by David Woodman in his "Guide to 
Texas Emigrants," 1835, pp. 13-75. 



Sumner. A History of East Boston; with Biographical Sketches 



7'6.(.6 



SUMNER (WILLIAM H.). 303 

of its Early Proprietors, and an Appendix. By William H. Sum- 
ner, A.M. Resident Member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 
. . . Boston: J. E. Tilton and Comfayiy^ 16 I Washington Street. 
1858. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: Allen and Farnham, Printers. 
8vo, pp. viii, 801, including illustrations. Frontispiece portrait, 2 
plates, 1 1 portraits, 2 folded tables, and 2 folded maps. 

AAS.j B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 
Reprinted, Boston, 1869. b., nyp. PEAB., UTS., WHS., Y. 937 I I 

Sumner. An Inquiry into the Importance of the Militia to a 
Free Commonwealth; in a Letter from William H. Sumner, Adju- 
tant General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, to John 
Adams, late President of the United States; with his Answer. 
Boston: Published b\ Cummings and Hilliardy No. I, Cor^ihill. 
TreadzueWs Power Press. 1 823. 8vo, pp. 70. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., M., NYH., NYP., WHS. 93712 
Cover-title: Letter on the militia, addressed to John Adams . . . 

SuMNER. Letter on the Militia. See An Inquiry, above. 

Sumner. A Love Affair of Benedict Arnold. (From the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, January, 1857.) Y^oston. 1857.] 
8vo,pp. 2. H. 93713 

Caption title. 

Sumner. Memoir of Increase Sumner, Governor of Massa- 
chusetts. By his son William H. Sumner. Together with a Gene- 
alogy of the Sumner Family. Prepared for the New England His- 
torical and Genealogical Register. Boston: Samuel G. Drake, 
Publisher y 15 Brattle Street. 1 854. [Verso of title:] Button & 
Wentworth, Printers, No. 37, Congress Street. 8vo, pp. 70. Fron- 
tispiece portrait, aas., b., ba., bm., c, h., hsp., m., minnhs., nyh., 

NYP., WHS., Y. 93714 
Contents: Memoir, pp. 3-37; Genealogy of the Sumner Family, by William B. 

Trask, pp. 39—59; Notes on the Shrimpton, Yeamans, and Hyslop Families, pp. 

61—68; Portraits of various Members of the Family, pp. 69-70. 

Copies in original cloth covers usually have Sumner's Reminiscences [of Gov. 

Hancock], below, bound at the end. 

From the Register, vol. 8, 1854, pp. 105-128, I28a-I28v. 

Sumner, comp. Militia Laws of the United States. See no. 
48980, vol. 12. 

Sumner. Militia of the United States. See Paper on the Militia, 
below. 

Sumner. A Paper on the Militia, presented to the Hon. James 
Barbour, Secretary of War, in November, 1826, by William H. 



204 SUMNER (WILLIAM H.). 

Sumner, Adjutant General of the Militia of Massachusetts. Taken 
from the documents submitted to the Board of Officers relative to 
the Re-organization of the Militia. . . . Washington, D. C. Printed 
and fublished by B. Romans. 1 833. 8vo, cover title, pp. 30 and 
(3) of printed covers. aas., b., ba., bm., c, cu., nyh., nyp., 

WHS. 93715 

Reprinted from the "Military and Naval Magazine of the United States," vol. I, 
1833, pp. 235-243, 269-280, 352-362. 
Caption title: Militia of the United States. 

Sumner. Reminiscences of Gen. Warren and Bunker Hill. 
By Gen. William H. Sumner. Reprinted from the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register for April and July, 1858. 
[Boston. 1858.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 16. 

AAS., BM., C, H., HSP., M., NYH., WHS. 937 16 

From the Register, vol. 12, 1858, pp. 113-122, 225-230. 

Sumner. Reminiscences [of Gov. John Hancock]. By Wil- 
liam H. Sumner. [Boston. 1854.] 8vo, pp. 7. 

AAS., B., BA., HEH., HSP., NYH., NYP., WHS. 937 I 7 

Caption title. Often found in the original binding following the author's Memoir 
of Increase Sumner, above. 

The events took place during the Revolution, and were related to Sumner in 1822 
by Hancock's widow, Mrs. Dorothy (Quincy) Hancock Scott. 

Reprinted from the "New England Historical and Genealogical Register," vol. 8, 
1854, pp. 187-191. 

Sltmner. Reminiscences of La Fayette's Visit to Boston, Gov. 
Brooks, Gov. Eustis, and Others. By Gen. William H. Sumner. 
Reprinted from the New England Historical and Genealogical 
Register, for April, 1859. [Boston. 1859.] 8vo, pp. ll. 

AAS., B., BA., H., M., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 937 I 8 

From the Register, vol. 13, 1859, pp. 99—107. 

SuMNER. Sketch of Adjutant General Sumner's Address to the 
Charlcstown Artillery Company, upon delivering their Field Pieces, 
November 23, 183 1. Charlestown: William W. JVhrildon, Pub- 
I'tshrr. 1832. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, HEH., WHS. 937 I9 

SuMNER. Some Recollections of Washington's Visit to Boston, 
liy Wilham H. Sumner. Reprinted from the New England His- 
torical and Genealogical Register, for April, i860. [Boston. 
i860.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., HEH., M., NYH., Y. 93720 
From the Register, vol. 14, i S60, pp. 161-166. 



SUMNER CONTROVERSY. 3O5 

Also: Message of His Excellency the Governor, to the Legislature of Massachu- 
setts, enclosing the Adjutant General's Return, of the Militia, with Remarks on its 
Condition, January 14, 1823. Boston: Printed by Russell and Gardner. 1823. 
i2mo, pp. 12. Signed: William H. Sumner. 

The Sumner Controversy. A Series of Articles published in the 
Daily News, relative to the Lecture on "Human Progress," deliv- 
ered before the Mechanics' Association, by Charles Sumner, Esq. 
March l, 1849. ^ewforty R. I. Cranston &" Norman, 1 849. 

I2mo, pp. 27. BA., BM., H., M. 93721 

Editorials from the "Daily News," with communications from three persons, 
under the signatures of "Paul," "T.," and "G." 

Sumner Family. Pedigree of the Direct Line of Gov. [In- 
crease] Sumner. [Boston? 1857?] 4to broadside. 

The latest date mentioned on the chart is 1856. AAS., C, NYP. 93722 

By William Blake Trask. — c. 

The Sumner Outrage. A full report of the Speeches at the 
Meeting of Citizens in Cambridge, June 2, 1856, in reference to 
the Assault on Senator Sumner, in the Senate Chamber at Wash- 
ington. Cambridge: John Ford, Printer. 1856. l2mo, pp. 33. 

B., BM., C, CU., H., M., Y. 93723 
The assault was provoked by Sumner's speech, "Crime against Kansas." 

Sumpter (Arthur). The Life of Major-General Zachary Tay- 
lor, the Whig Nominee for President of the United States. With 
a brief Biographical Sketch of the Hon. Millard Fillmore, Nominee 
for Vice-President. By Arthur Sumpter, U. S. A. Illustrated by 
numerous engravings. New York: Published by Ensigns ^ 
Thayer, 50 y^nn St., and 124 Nassau St. 1 848. 8vo, pp. 31, in- 
cluding illustrations, (i), and (4) of printed covers. 

AAS., c, Y. 93724 

On the inside of the front cover is the beginning of the "Votes of Delegates in the 
Whig National Convention, Philadelphia," continued on the first leaf. On the 
inside of the back cover is a list of Mexican names with pronunciations and definitions. 

Sumpter. The Lives of General Zachary Taylor and General 
Winfield Scott: to which is appended an Outline History of Mexico, 
aboriginal, colonial and republican; and a brief history of the Mex- 
ican War; including events to the surrender of the city of Mexico, 
and the removal of Congress to Morelia. Illustrated by a Map of 
Mexico, and twelve other spirited engravings. By Arthur Sumpter 
U. S. A. New York: H. Phelfs ^ Co., 124 Nassau Street. 1 848. 
8vo, pp. 62, (2), including illustrations. aas., b., bm., c, cu., 

H., HEH., HSP., NYH., NYP., UTEX., WHS., Y. 93725 



3o6 SUMTER. 

The Sumter Anniversary. See Loyal National League, no. 

42555, vol. 10. B., H., NYP. 

Sumter County, Ala. An Essay on the Summer and Au- 
tumnal Fevers of South Alabama, as they appear in Sumter County; 
to which is appended some remarks on the diagnosis and treatment 
of typhoid fever. By a Member of the Sumter County Medical 
Society. Mobile: D^de, Thompson &' Co. 1 853. 8vo, pp. 60. 

AML., NYAM. 93726 

Sumter District, S. C. Memorial and Resolutions. See no. 
47625, vol. 12. 

The Sun, New York. Full Particulars of the two late awful 
shipwrecks near Sandy Hook. Narrative of the wrecks of the 
Barque Mexico and of the Ship Bristol, on both of which dreadful 
occasions Two Hundred Souls Perished! ! . . . [Nezv York.] Sun 
Ofice. [1836.] 8vo, pp. 15, (i). c. + [Same imprint. 1837.] 
8vo, pp. 16. NYP. 93727 

With hendlng: Supplement to the New York Sun. 

The issue in nyp. has a "Postscript to Third Edition" on p. 16. 

Sun Fire Society, Boston. Association] and | Articles of 
Agreement | of the | Sun Fire Society, | Instituted at Boston, 8th 
May, 1765. I Printed at Boston, \ By E. W. Weed and W. Green- 
oughy I At the Maga-zine Ojfice, No. 49, State Street. \ mdccxciv. | 
l2mo, pp. 8, blank recto, list of members (4). B. 93728 

The Sunbeam. A Weekly Political Journal devoted to the dis- 
cussion and development of the principles of social democracy. 
Mclzar Gardner Editor. . . . Volume I. Hartford, Co?in. 1 841. 
i2mo, pp. (4), 204. B., BM., c. 93729 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

According to the Union List of Serials, this journal was continued at Hartford 
tiirough vol. I, no. 13, April 3, 1841. c. Publication was begun again at Boston in 
quarto size, by the same editor, and continued through vol. 2, nos. i-io. Aug. 7— 
Oct. 16, 1S41. AAS. The last number contained an editorial, "Plain Truths at 
Parting." 

Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company, Pa. By-Laws of 
the Board of Managers of the Sunbury & Erie Rail Road Com- 
pany, together with the Charter and its Supplements. Philadelphia: 
Mcrrihew atid Thompson, Printers, No. 7 Carter^ $ Alley. 1 85 2. 
Svo, pp. 34. 
bureau rail.econ., hsp., minnhs., NYP., t.w.streeter. 93730 

First Report of FAlwaid Miller, Engineer in Chief of the Sunbury 



SUNBURY AND ERIE. 307 

and Erie Railroad, to the managers. January 12, 1 839. Philadel- 
fhia: Printed by John C. Clark, 60 Dock Street. 1 839. 8vo, 
pp. 32. Map. Continued. 

JOHNCRERAR, NYP., PRINCETON, T. W.STREETER. 93731 

Letter of the President of the Sunbury and Erie Railroad to the 
Councils of Philadelphia, relative to the ordinance of February i yth, 
1853, suspending the Subscription to the Stock of the Company, 
under the City Ordinance of February 3d, 1853. Philadelfhia: 
McLaughlin Brothers, Printers, Nezv Bulletin Building, Third St. 
1853. 8vo, cover title and pp. 16. nyh. 93732 

Signed on p. 1 1 : Christopher Fallon. 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the 

Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company, held February 12, 1855, 

with reports of the Managers and Chief Engineer. Philadrlphia: 

McLaughlin Brothers^ Book &' Job Printing Establishment, 1 855. 

8vo, pp. (4), 3—10, 14. Folded map. Continued. 

MINNHS., Y. 93733 

Cover title: "Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Stockholder': ..." 
Title supplied by Elsa R. Nordin. 

Report of the Engineer in Chief. See above, First Report. 

Report of the President and Board of Managers to the Stock- 
holders of the Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company. Read Febru- 
ary 14th, 1853. Philadelphia: McLaughlin Brothers, Printers, 
Neiu Girard Building, Third Street. 1853. ^^o, pp. 8. Con- 
tinued. Hsp. 93734 

Report of the Select Committee in relation to the Sunbury and 
Erie Railroad. See Pennsylvania, no. 6055 i, vol. 14. 

Report of the Special Committee appointed by Select Council 
... to examine the books, etc., of the Sunbury and Erie Railroad 
Company. 5^^ Philadelphia, no. 62169, vol. 15. 

Report of the Special Committee of Common Council, in rela- 
tion to the Sunbury and Erie Railroad. See Philadelphia, no. 62 1 7 1 , 
vol. 15. 

See also, under Pennsylv.mia, no. 60551, vol. 14. 

The Sunbury and Erie Railroad, and the State Legislature. No- 
vember, i860. Philadelfhia: Ho f man £sf Morwitz, Printers. 
i860. 8vo, pp. 34. HSP., NYH. 93735 



3o8 SUNBURY BAPTIST, 

SuNBURY Baptist Association, Ga. Minutes of the Twenty- 
ninth Anniversary of the Sunbury Baptist Association, convened at 
Savannah Baptist Church, Chatham County, Georgia, on Thurs- 
day, Friday and Saturday, November 1 2th, 13th and 14th, 1846. 
Savannah: Edward J. Purse, Printer , No. 96 Bryan-Street, Uf 
Stairs. 1846. 8vo, pp. 16. de renne. 93736 

Title from the De Renne Catalogue, vol. 2, 1931, p- 508. 

Sunbury Water Power Canal. An Account of the Sunbury 
Water-Power Canal: with an Estimate of the Cost of Finishing 
the same, and a Synopsis of the Charter, [n. f. 1842.] i2mo, 
pp. 12. Folded plan. B., c. 93737 

Caption title. Signed and dated on p. 4: "Wm. M'Carty, 27 North Fifth Street, 
Philadelphia ... A. Jordan, Esq., Attorney at Law, Sunbury, Pa., June i, 1842." 

The Sunbury Canal and Water-Power Company, and Sunbury 
Lumber and Car Manufacturing Company. Philadelphia: Mc- 
Laughlin Brothers^ . . . Printing Office . . . 1 853. 8vo, pp. 27. 
4 maps. -{-Philadelphia: McLaughlin Brothers' Book and Job 
Printing Office, Bulletin Building. 1 854. 8vo, pp. 15. 

heh.,m. 93738 

Title of the first publication from an early manuscript note prepared for the dic- 
tionary by Joseph Sabin, and of the second supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Sunday Legislation. Proceedings of a Public Meeting, held in 
the City of Buffalo, February 13, 1858, against closing the Canal 
Locks & stopping the Mails on Sunday, and against Sunday Legis- 
lation generally.. Buffalo, N. Y., Murray, Rockwell &' Co., Re- 
public &" Times Office, 1 85 8. 8vo, pp. 8. B. 93739 

The Sunday Liquor Traffic: i. Extent and Accessories. 2. 
Illegality. 3. Wastefulness. 4. Engenders Pauperism. 5. Causes 
Crime. 6. Promotes Lawlessness. 7. Tends to Irreligion. 8. 
Remedies Suggested. Document No. V. of the New-York Sab- 
bath Committee. New-York: John A. Gray, Printer, 16^18 
Jacob St., Firr-Proof Buildings. 1 859. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 24. 

B., FAc.ADv., nyp. 93740 

^f Sunday Mails; or, Inquiries into the Origin, Institution, and 

^* .J Proper Mode of Observance, of the First Day of the Week, or 

- Christian Sabbath. . . . Philadelphia: Published for the Benefit of 

ivi >- Sunday Mails. I 830. 8vo, pp. 36. AAS., B., BUREAU RAIL.ECON., 

«^^ FAC.ADV., H., M., NYP. 93741 

O I I Contains selections from various w riters against a too strict observance of Sund.ay. 

The Sundav Question. Sabbath of the Jews. Sunday of Con- 



SUNDAY SCHOOL. 3O9 

stantine. The following Memorial has been presented to the Legis- 
lature of Pennsylvania. As it contains historical facts of general 
interest upon the Sunday Question, a few extra copies have been 
printed for distribution. To the General Assembly of the Com- 
monwealth of Pennsylvania: \^Philadclfhta. 1855.] h. 93742 

Caption title. Signed and dated: "William Logan Fisher, Edward M. Davis. 
Philadelphia, 1855." In favor of reasonable recreation on Sunday. 

Sunday School Picnic. Sec New Bedford, no. 52509, vol. 13. 

Sunday School Society, Boston, Mass. The Second Annual 
Reports of the Boston Sunday School Society, read at the second 
public meeting of the society, December i ith, 1828. Boston, Pub- 
lished by Wait, Greene, 67* Co. 13 Court Street, and Bowles and 
Dearborn, ^0 Washington Street. 1829. [Verso of title:] Boston, 
Press of Isaac R. Butts &* Co. i2mo, pp. 27. (i). Continued. 

aas., b., m., nyp. 93743 

The name was later changed to "Sunday School Society," and "National Sunday 
School Society," and finally became the "Unitarian Sunday School Society." 

Constitution of the Boston Sunday School Society, formed April iSth, a.d. 1827. 
Boston: T. B. Wait and Son, Printers. 1827. i2mo, pp. 10. m. 

A Sunday School Teacher, fseud. St. Ann's Church. See 
Brooklyn, no, 8318, vol. 2. nyp. 

By F. G. Fish. 

The Sunday School Teacher. A Monthly Magazine devoted to 
the Interests of the Sunday School. Published under the auspices of 
the Chicago Sunday School Union. Editorial Committee: Rev. 
J. H. Vincent, Chairman, Rev. Z. M, Humphrey, d.d., Rev. E. G. 
Taylor, Rev. C. E. Cheney, Rev. H. L. Hammond. Musical edi- 
tor: Philip Phillips, of Cincinnati. Chicago: Adams, Blackmer, 
&' Lyon, Publishers, No. 155 Randolph Street. 1 866. 8vo, pp. 
(6), 383, (l). Map Continued. B., c, u.ill., whs. 93744 

Vols. 4—17 have the title, "National Sunday School Teacher." Publication ceased 
with the issue of March, 1882. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

The above title, of a later period than that now covered by this Dictionary, is 
included because of a cross reference from National Sunday School Teacher. 

The Sunday-School Teacher's Reward. See [Gray (F. Tu- 
rell)], no. 28390, vol. 7. H., M. 

Sunday Services of the Methodists in North America. See 
Wesley (John), ed. 

Sunday Theatres, "Sacred Concerts" and Beer-Gardens, i. 
Diminution of Crime by Suppression of Sunday Liquor TraflFic — 

VOL. XXIV. 20 



310 SUNDAY VICE. 

Statistics of Police Department. 2. Extent and Character of Sun- 
day Theatricals. 3. Sunday Lager-Beer Trade. 4. "Sacred Con- 
certs" Unmasked. 5. The Lager-Beer System in other Cities. 
6. The "National Custom" Plea Examined. 7. American Cus- 
toms Vindicated. 8. Effects of Holiday Sunday Illustrated — Mex- 
ico. 9. Constitutionality and Adequacy of Sunday Laws. 10. Ger- 
man Sentiment on the Sunday Question. Document No. 1 1, of the 
New York Sabbath Committee. New York: Edward O. JenkinSy 
Printer y No. 26 Frankfort Street, i860. 8vo, pp. 24. 

B., NVP. 93745 

Sunday Vice and Crime. [New York, i860?] 8vo, pp. 4. 

Caption title. B., NYP., UTS. 93746 

One of the "Occasional Papers" published by the New York Sabbath Committee. 
The latest date mentioned in the text is i860. 

Sunderland (Byron). Church & State. A Discourse delivered 
on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 1 854, in the First Presby- 
terian Church, by Rev. Byron Sunderland, the pastor. . . . Wash- 
ington: Wm. M. Morrison & Co. No. 440, Penn. Av. 1 854. 
[Verso of title:] Waters, Priitt. 8vo, pp. 28. AAS., B. 93747 

Sunderland. The Memories of the Metropolis. A Discourse 
delivered on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1853, i" ^^^ First 
Presbyterian Church. By Rev. Byron Sunderland . . . Washing- 
ton: Wm. M. Morrison ^ Co. 1853. 8vo, pp. 23. 

b.,c.,nyh. 93748 

Sunderland. Mistakes: a Poem, delivered before the Erosin- 
ian and Philophrenian Societies of Columbian College, on their an- 
niversary celebration, April 12, i860, at the Hall of the Smith- 
sonian Institution. By Rev, B. Sunderland, d.d. Washington: 
Published by the Societies. I 860. [Verso of title :] Thomas M''Gilly 
Printer. 8vo, pp. 32. C, nyh., P. 93749 

Sunderland. Prelacy Discussed, or A Book for Batavians. By 
B. Sunderland. . . . Biijfalo: Press of C. Faxon. 1 848. 8vo, pp. 
184. HEH. 93750 

A discussion between Rev. Byron Sunderland of the Presbyterian Church in Batavia, 
and Rev. James A. Bolles, rector of the Episcopal Church in the same place. Infor- 
mation supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Sunderland. An Oration delivered by Rev. Byron Sunder- 
land, Syracuse, July 5, 1852. Observations on our country and its 
people. Syracuse: A gan ^ SummerSy Printers. 1 85 2. 8 vo, cover 
title and pp. 16. C, GTS., UTS. 9375 1 



SUNDERLAND (lA ROy). 3II 

Sunderland published several sermons with historical interest after i860, and 
other religious works. 

Sunderland (La Roy). Anti-Slavery Manual, containing a 
collection of Facts and Arguments on American Slavery. By Rev. 
La Roy Sunderland. New-York: Piercy & Reedy 7 Theatre 
Alley. 1837. i8mo,pp. 162. B., C, H., M., minnhs., NYP., UTEX. 
+ Second Edition — Improved. Nezu-York: Printed by S. W. 
Benedict. 1837. iSmo, pp. 142. aas., ba., bm., cu., h., heh., 
NYP., WHS., Y. + Third Edition — Improved. [Same imprint and 
date.] i8mo, pp. 155. aas. -f- Third edition. . . . Nciv York. 
1839. i6mo, pp. 155. 93752 

Title of the 1839 edition from a catalogue card for a copy at cu., now missing. 

Sunderland, ^^.ppeal on the Subject of Slavery. Boston. 1834. 
i2mo. 93753 

Title from Allibone. 

Sunderland. Book of Human Nature. ... By Laroy Sunder- 
land . . . New York: Stearns &? CoTufany^ 25 Ann-Street. 1853. 
i2mo, pp. 432. aas., b., ba., c, y. 93754 

Biography of the author, pp. vii— xviii. 

Sunderland. "Confessions of a Magnetiser" exposed! Exhib- 
iting the Folly and Falsehood of a recent Pamphlet with the above 
Title. With Remarks, showing the Falsity of the Notions hitherto 
prevalent in regard to what has been denominated "Mesmerism;" 
and giving the Outlines of the Author's New Theory of Mind. By 
La Roy Sunderland. . . . Boston: Published by Redding and Com- 
fany, No. 8 State Street. 1 845. 8vo, pp. 47, advertisement (l). 

aas., aml., c, h., NYP. 93755 

On the printed front cover is a wood engraving "from a painting which the cele- 
brated Valentine Greatrakes had taken of himself, in 1680. It is a correct represen- 
tation of his method of operating." 

Sunderland. History of South America. 1834. i8mo. 93756 

Title from Allibone. 

Sunderland. History of the United States of America, from 
the discovery of the continent in 1 49 2, to the fiftieth anniversary of 
their independence. By Rev. La Roy Sunderland. Written for the 
S. S. Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church. New-York: B. 
Waugh and T. Mason. 1834. 24mo, pp. 278. Frontispiece. 

B., BM.,c. 93757 

Sunderland. Mormonism Exposed and Refuted. By La Roy 

Sunderland. New York: Piercy £s? Reed, Printers, No. 7 Theatre 



9 12 SUNDERLAND (lA ROy). 

Alley. 1838. i8mo, pp. 54. c, GTS. 93758 

For a reply, see P. P. Pratt's "Mormonism Unveiled: Zion's Watchman Un- 
masked," New York, 1838. WRHS. 

[Sunderland]. Mormonism Exposed: in which is shown the 
monstrous imposture, the blasphemy, and the wicked tendency, of 
that enormous delusion, advocated by a professedly religious sect, 
calling themselves "Latter Day Saints." . . . New York: Printed 
and Published at the Office of the N. Y. Watchmatiy 126 Fulton 
street. 1842. i6mo, pp. (4), iii-vi, 7-64. nyp. 93759 

Sunderland. A Question (on Temperance) to those whom 
it Concerns. New London. 1828. l2mo. 937^0 

Title from Allibone. 

Sunderland. The Testimony of God against Slavery, or a Col- 
lection of Passages from the Bible, which show the sin of holding 
property in man. With Notes. By Rev. La Roy Sunderland. . . . 
Boston: Published by Webster &' Southard, No. 9, Cornhlll. I 835. 
i2mo, pp. 104. c, cu., GTS., nyh., nyp., uts., y. 93761 

The first leaf contains an advertisement. 

Sunderland. The Testimony of God against Slavery: a Col- 
lection of Passages from the Bible, which show the Sin of holding 
and treating the Human Species as Property. With Notes. To 
which is added the Testimony of the Civilized World against Slav- 
ery. By Rev. La Roy Sunderland. Second Edition. . . . Boston: 
Published by Isaac Knaff, 46 Washington Street. 1836. [Verso 
of title:] Press of D. K. Hitchcock , 9 Cornhill. l8mo, pp. 177, 
verso blank, list of anti-slavery publications, etc. (4). aas., b., ba., 
HSP., PRINCETON, WHS., Y. + Ncw-York: Published for the 
American Anti-Slavery Society, by R. G. Williams, Office corner 
of Nassau and Spruce Streets, opposite the City Hall. Entrance, 
No. 3, Spruce Street. 1 836. [Same imprint on verso of title, and 
collation.] nyp., utex. 93762 

Sunderland. The Testimony of God against Slavery: with 
notes. By Rev. La Roy Sunderland. . . . Third Edition. Ne-iu York: 
Published by the Am.erican Anti-Slavery Society. 1 839. l8mo, 

pp. 126. B., H., MINNHS., NYH., UP., UTS. 93763 

Sunderland also published several works on "mesmerism," etc. 

SuNDius (Pctrus). B. C. I). I Surinamensia | Grilliana [ cum 
Consensu Ampliss. Facult. | Med. in Regia Academia Upsaliensi, 
Pr:vsidc | Viro Cclcbcrrimo et Expcricntissimo, | D:n. Doct. Carolo 



SUNDRY ANTHEMS, 3I3 

Linnao, I S:2e R:jc M:tis Archiatro, | Med. et Botan. Profess. Reg. 
et Ord. Acad. Imperial. Regg. ] Monspel. Berolin. Stockholm, 
et Upsal. Socio, | Speciminis Academici Loco | curiosis examinanda 
sistit I Alumnus Oxenstiernianus | Petrus Sundius Nic. Fil. | 
Stockholmiensis. | In Audit. Carol. Maj. d. xviii. Junii. | Anni 
MDCCXLllx. I H. A. M. C. I HolmicPy I Typis Lmirentii Salvii. \ 
[1748.] 4to, pp. 34. Plate. AML., BM., Y. 93764 

Also in Linnaeus' "Anicenitates Academicae," Leyden, 1749, vol. i, pp. 489—519, 
3 plates. 

Sundry Anthems. (Being part of a proposed collection). The 
Rose of Sharon. I heard a great voice. Song of the Angels: from 
Luke, Chap. 11. They may also be had separately. Philadelphia: 
Printed typographically, and sold by John M'Cidloch, in Third- 
Street, near Market-Street. 1788. 93765 

Title from Evans. 

Sundry Documents addressed to St. Mary's Congregation. 182 1. 
See Philadelphia, note following no. 622 14, vol. 15. c, GTS., nyp. 

For a "Brief Reply," published anonymously by Wm. Hogan, see the same note. 

NYP. 

Sundry Documents, (copied from the original) relative to the 
claim of Gideon Olmsted, against the Commonwealth of Pennsyl- 
vania. Respectfully submitted to the consideration of the Members 
of the Legislature of said Commonwealth. Philadelphia: Printed 
b\' Edivard Olmsted. 181 1. 8vo, pp. 1 19, (l). aas., c. 93766 

Improved title of no. 57236, vol. 13. 

Sundry Documents referring to the Niagara and Detroit Rivers 
Railroad. See Niagara, no. 55 I 2 I, vol. 13. 

Sundry Documents submitted to the Consideration of the Pew- 
holders of St. Mary's Church. 1812. See Philadelphia, note fol- 
lowing no. 62214, vol. 15. nyp. 

Sundry Letters and Petitions addressed to His Excellency James 
Garrard, esq. governor of Kentucky: relative to the case of Henry 
Field. . . . 1800.? i2mo, pp. vi, 32. whs. 93767 

The lower part of the title page of the whs. copy is cut away. The letters and 
petitions are all dated in 1799. Information supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Sundry Resolutions [ of the | Board of Commissioners | for carry- 
ing into effect the | Sixth Article of the Treaty of | Amity, Com- 
merce, and Navigation, | concluded between | His Britannic Maj- 
esty I and the | United States of America. I Published for the in- 



3H 



SUNDRY RESOLUTIONS. 



formation of the | claimants under the said article | by the | General 
Agent for Claimants. | Philadelfhia: Printed by James Humfh- 
reys, 1 798. | 8vo, pp. 18. HSP., M. 93768 

This and the following title form parts of a series of documents relating to the 
claims of British creditors. See [Smith (William Moore)], no. 84842, vol. 21. 

Sundry | Resolutions and Proceedings, | in | Cases | before the ] 
Board of Commissioners, | for carrying into effect | the Sixth Ar- 
ticle I of the 1 Treaty | of | Amity, Commerce and Navigation, | 
concluded between [ His Britannic Majesty | and | the United 
States of America. | Philadelphia: \ Printed by R. Attken, No. 22, 
Market street. \ 1 799. | 4to, pp. 123. aas., ba., nyp. 93769 1 

Sundry Votes Passed by the Church of Christ in Dorchester. See 
Dorchester, no. 20628, vol. 5. aas., ba., c, h., m., nyh. 

SuNDSTROM (Sveno), Q. F. F. Q. S. | Dissertatio | Historico 
Politica I De | Statu | Regiminis | Americanorum | ante | Ad- 
ventum [ Christianorum j Quam | Ex consensu Ampliss. Colleg. 
Philos. in Reg. | Academia Upsaliensi | Sub Prsesidio | Viri Am- 
plissimi | D'^- Johannis | Upmarck. ] Eloq. & Polit. Prof. Reg. & 
Skytt. I Publico Bonorum examini modeste submittit | Sveno Sund- 
striim j Angerm. [ In Auditorio Gustav. Majori d. a. 17 16. | 
Ufsalia-y Tyfis Wernerianis. \ [17 16.] l2mo, pp. (4), 51, 3. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. BM., C, JCB., Y. 9377© 

Der Sundzoll und die Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika. Ab- 
druck aus dem Bremer Handelsblatt. Bremen, 1854. E. Schiine- 
mann*s Verlag. [Colophon:] Druck von C. Schunem,ann. 8vo, 
pp. 27. BM., c, cu., NYP. + Zweite Auflage. Brem.en, 1 854. 
C. Schunemann*s Verlag. 8vo, pp. 27. Y. 9377 ^ 

Title of the second edition supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Sunlight upon the Landscape, and other poems. By a Daughter 
of Kentucky. Cincinnati: Moore, Anderson, Wilstach ^ Keys, 
2'^ West Fourth Street. 1853. [Verso of title:] Cincinnati: C.A. 
Morgan &P Co., Stereotyfers, Hammond St. l2mo, pp. 48. 

BM., NYH., UTEX. 93772 

The Sunny Side; or, the Country Minister's Wife. See [Phelps 
(Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart)], no. 61375, vol. 14. Philadelphia, 

[1851], AAS., C, NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 

The Sunny South; or, the Southerner at Home, embracing five 
years' experience of a Northern governess in the land of the sugar 



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SUNZIN. 3 I 5 

and the cotton. Edited by Professor J. H. Ingraham, of Missis- 
sippi. . . . Philadclfhia: G. G. Evans , Publisher y No. 439 Chestnut 
Street, i860. 8vo, pp. 526. B., nyp. 93773 

Consists of 59 letters, signed "Kate," in the last of which the writer states that 
she plans to publish her writings under the name of Kate Conyngham. The editor, 
Ingraham, in an "editorial letter," says that some of the letters "appeared in 1853—4, 
in the Saturday Courier . . . bearing the noni de plume of 'Miss Kate Conyngham.' " 

Reissued in New York, 1880, under title, "Not 'A Fool's Errand.' Life and Ex- 
perience of a Northern Governess in the Sunny South," and with Ingraham's name 
on the title page as author, nyp. Gushing gives "Kate Conynghame" as a pseudo- 
nym of Ingraliam. 

Improved title of no. 34776, vol. 9. 

SuNziN DE Herrera (Jose). Primordiale certamen | . . . | 
Pro S. Licentiatvrne lavrea; . . . | A. D. Josepho Svnzin de Her- 
rera I In Philosophia, & S. Theologia Bacchalauro, nuper Philoso- 
phic ad tempus Cathe- j drae Moderatore, nunc ad Theologica 
Doctoris insignia viam insistent. | \_GuateTnala.^ . . . Die Mensis 
Anno 1692. I Folio broadside. 93774 

Title from Medina's "Imprenta en Guatemala," no. 62, a copy located in his own 
library. 

SuosA (Juan de Dios Fernandez de). See Fernandez de Suosa 
(J. deDios). 

Superior, Wis. . . . City of Superior, Lake Superior. Its Posi- 
tion, Harbor . . . &c. See [Ritchie (J. S.)], no. 71571, vol. 17. 
c, NYH. 

Superior revocacion de las sentencias dadas en los consejos de 
guerra, hechos a los atormentados, apremiados, y complicados en la 
demarcacion de apam, por la figurada revolucion. [Colophon:] 
Mejtco: Oficina de Don Jose Maria Betancourty calle segunda de 
la Monterillay Numero 7. Aiio de 1 8 [20].'' 4to, pp. 8. 93775 

Caption title. 

Signed: Jose Ignacio Negreyros y Seria. 

The colophon date is multilated in the aas. copy. 

A Supernumerary Crisis. [Number XIV.] To Sir Guy Carle- 
ton. It is the nature of comparison to associate with misfortune; 
. . . Common Sense. Philadelphia, May 31, 1783. [Philadelphia. 
1783.] 93776 

Title from Evans, no. 18078, except that In that entry the letters "er" are omitted 
in "Supernumerary." 

By Thomas Paine. 

A plea to Carleton to deliver up the murderer of the American militia officer, 
Captain Huddy, in order to save the British officer. Captain Asgill, who had been 
chosen by lot to suffer death in reprisal. It should have been dated May 31, 1782, 



3i6 



SUPERNUMERARY 



as it is in Conway's edition of Paine's "Writings," vol. i, 1894, PP- 3SS~359- I' was 
apparently printed as part of Paine's series on the American Crisis. See our nos. 
58206-5S210, and 58218-58219. We have located no copy of this as a separate 
issue. 

A Supernumerary Crisis. [Number XV.] To the people of 
America. Common Sense. New-York, September 9, i 793. [iV^tt;- 
York. 1793.] 93777 

"On the commerce of the Country." 

Title from Evans, no. 18079, where it is entered under the year 1783, following 
the preceding title. See note above. 

A Supernumerary, pseud. A Peep behind the Curtain, See 
no. 59528, vol. 14. BM., cu. 

SuPERUNDA ([Josef Antonio Manso de Velasco]), conde de. 
Satisfaccion del conde de Superunda, theniente general, y virrey 
que ha sido del reyno del Peru, a los cargos de que le acusa el Si" 
fiscal de la superior junta de guerra, formada de orden de S. M. 
para conocer de la defensa y rendicion de la Ciudad de la Habana. 
[Madrid. 1764?] Folio, pp. 37, (4). BM. 93778 

Collation from Palau. 

Suplement, ou Description des cotes, rades, havres, rochers . . . 
See Rogers (W.), notes following nos. 72757 and 72759, vol. 17. 

B., C, H., JCB., WLC. 

A Suplement to the State of the Nation. See State of the Nation, 
note following no. 90620, vol. 23. BM., nyp., wlc. 

Supkmento a la Exposici'on breve y sencilla. [Colophon:] 
Puerto Princ'ife. 1 82 1. Jmfrenta de M. Serrano. 4to, pp. 3. 

Signed: El Ciudadano Imparclal. 93779 

Title from Trelles "Bibliografia Cubana del siglo XIX," vol. i, 191 1, p. 201. 

Suplemento a la Miscelanea de comercio, artes y literatura del 
lunes 10 de abril de 1820. [Colophon:] Imfreso en la oficina dc 
D. Francisco Marftm-z Ddvila, impresor de Camara de S. M. 
Me'ftco 1820. Relmpreso en la oficina de D. Alejandro V aides. 
4to, pp. 8. AAS. 93780 

Caption title. 

Suplemento a las Instrucciones para la eleccion de Diputados de 
las Cortes ordinarias en los afios dc 1 820 y 1 82 1. [Mexico. 1820.] 
Folio, pp. 8. 93781 

Dated, Mexico, ii de Julio de 1820. 

Title from Medina's "La Imprcnta en Mexico," no. 11835, a copy located in his 
own llhr.uy. 



SUPLEMENTO. 317 

Suplemento a las Semblanzas de los Diputados a Cortes de 1820 
y 1 82 1. Imfrenta de Alban y C" Madrid. 1822. l8mo, pp. 48. 

NYP., ucal( Bancroft). 93782 

Suplemento al Diario Constitucional de 9 de Julio de 1820. 
[Colophon:] Mejlco 1820: Imprenta de Ont'ivcros. 4to, pp. 7, 
(l). 93783 

Title from Medina's "La Imprenta en Mexico," no. 11833, ^ copy located in the 
Indian Archives in Seville. 

Suplemento al Diario del Gobierno Constitucional de la Habana, 
del sabado 12 de agosto de 1820. Sobre lo que es un Juez de letras 
de Hacienda publica en America. [Colophon:] Oficina de Ara- 
•zo-za y Soler, ZTnpresores del gobierno Constitucional. Mejico: 
1820. En la oficina de D. Alejandro V aides. 4to, pp. 8. 93784 

Signed, "V. P." Title from Medina's "La Imprenta en Mexico," no. 11 834, a 
copy located in the Indian Archives in Seville. 

Suplemento al Diario del gobierno de Megico, num. 1066, del 
sabado 31 de marzo de 1838. Contiene el ultimatum remitido por 
S. E. el Sr. baron Deffaudis . . . algunas notas de la corresponden- 
cia entre el ministerio megicano y la legacion francesa, y la comu- 
nicacion dirigida ultimamente con este motive al sr. encargado de 
negocios D. Eduardo de Lisle . . . Megico: Impr. de Galvan. 
1838. 8vo, pp. 324. ucal(bancroft). 93785 

cu. has a copy of part of the "Suplemento," pp. 42, (i), with "Se continuara" on 
the last page. 

Suplemento al Espiritu publico, num. 23 . . . [MejicOy Impr. del 
Aguilay 1829.] Folio, pp. 4. ucAL (Bancroft). 93786 

Signed: El que dicto esta carte. 

Suplemento al Espiritu publico, num. 23 . . . [Mejico, I?npr. del 
Aguila, iSic).] Folio, pp. 4. ucal(bancroft). 93787 

Signed on p. i: Jose Maria TorneL 

Suplemento al n°. 19 del sabado 19 del corriente de la Union 
Nacional. See Texas. 

Suplemento al mun [sic]. 73 del Diario Oficial del Jueves 12 
de Octubre. Mexico. Imfrenta de Minerva a cargo de Martin 
Castillo, calle de Vergara numero 6. 1 854. 8vo, pp. 61. 

NYP., UCAL. (Bancroft). 93788 

Relates to Raousset's filibustering expedition of July, 1854. Sc-e Bancroft's 
"History of Mexico," vol. 5, 1885, pp. 685-686. 



3l8 SUPLEMENTO. 

Suplemento al papel titulado: La misma geringa con distinto 
palo, 6 Representacion que hace su autor al Excmo. Sr. Gefe politico 
en manifestacion de los vicios y mulidades con que se han dado en el 
expediente por la Junta de Censura las dos calificaciones que pre- 
viene el reglamento de la imprenta libre. [Colophon:] Mexico: 
en la oficina de D. J. M. Benavente y SScios. [182 1.] 4to, pp. 8. 

Signed and dated: Mexico, a i.° de Febrero de 1821. N. de N. 937"9 

Title from Medina's "La Imprenta en Mexico," no. 12045, a copy located in the 
Indian Archives in Seville. 

Suplemento interesante al numero 54 del Mexicano libre po- 
tosinense. San Luis Potosi, Vildosola. 1828. l2mo, pp. 4. 

ucAL (Bancroft). 93790 

El Suplico de los Generales Bravo y Negrete. [Colophon:] 
Guadalajara 1S2S. Imfrenta de Gob'ierno en Palacto. 8vo, pp. 12. 

Caption title. NYP. 9379I 

A s'upl'im'int too the hTstTre ov RobmsTn Kruzo. See Robinson 

Crusoe, no. 72223, vol. 17. bm. 

Attributed to Thomas Spence in Rudkin's "Thomas Spence and his Connections," 
1927, p. 209. Illustrates Spence's phonetic system. 

. . . Suplique | des Citoyens de Couleur | des Isles et Colonies 
Francoises, ! Tendante a obtenir un Jugement. | 30 Janvier 1790. | 
[Paris. 1790.] 8vo, pp. 4. H. 93792 

With heading: "A I'Assemblee Nationale." Signed by De Joly [and five others], 
"Commissaires & Deputes des Citoyens de Couleur, des Isles & Colonies Fran- 
coises." 

See also Supplique et Petition, below. 

[SuppiGER (Joseph)]. Reisebericht der familie Kopfli & Sup- 
piger nach St Louis am Mississippi und griindung von New-Switzer- 
land im staate Illinois. Sursee: [Schnydersche Buchdruckeret'\ 
1833. i6mo, pp. (6), 235, (2). Frontispiece, c. + [Same 
imprint and date.] i6mo, pp. (6), 297, verso blank, (i). Fron- 
tispiece and folded map. c, nyp. 93793 

On cover of the second edition: Zvveite, stark vermehrte Ausgabc. 

A copy of either the first or second edition is located at bm. and at newberry. 

Edited by Kaspar Kopfli. See p. 291. 

Joseph Suppiger's diary forms pp. 1—204; letters from Salomon Kopfli and Joseph 
Suppiger, pp. 205-235; and an account of New Switzerland by Kaspar Kopfli with 
another letter from his brother Salomon, added in the second edition, pp. 237—297. 

Supplement a la dcnonciation de M. de la Luzerne. See Lu- 
zerne (Cesar Henri, Comte de la), no. 42753, vol. 10. NYP. 

There is only a caption title, and no imprint. 



SUPPLEMENT. 319 

Supplement a I'expose des eventualites et des consequences d'une 
guerre entre les Etats-Unis et I'Angleterre, faisant partic d'une 
brochure sur I'annexion du Texas, etc., etc., par un citoyen de 
New-York. [Paris] Dcntu . . . 1845. ^^o, pp. 41—60. 93794 

Cover title: "Lettre d'un citoyen de New-York au sujet de I'annexion du Texas 
a I'Union americaine ..." 

Title from a copy formerly at c, now missing. 

Supplement au voyage de M. de Bougainville. See Bougainville 
(Louis de), no. 6867, vol. 2. JCB., nyp. 

Supplement Extraordinary | to the | Independent Journal. | 
Monday, July 28, 1788. | On Saturday evening about 9 o'clock 
arrived the joyful tidings of the adoption of the New Constitution, 
at Poughkeepsie, | on Friday, July 25, Yeas 30, Nays 25, Major- 
ity 5. — The bells in the City were immediately set a ringing, and 
from I the Fort and the Federal Ship Hamilton, were fired several 
Salutes. The Merchants at the Coffee-House testified their Joy by | 
repeated huzzas; and a large body of Citizens, headed by a number 
of the first characters, went to the houses of the Members | of the 
Convention, and gave three Cheers, as a testimony of their appro- 
bation of the glorious Event brought about by their | united, unre- 
mitted, and toilsome Exertions. — In short, a general joy run through 
the whole City, and several of those who were | of different Senti- 
ments drank freely of the Federal Bowl, and declared that they 
were now perfectly reconciled to the New | Constitution. | [At 
foot of sheet:] New-York: Printed by J. and A. McLean, at 
Franklin's Head, No. 41, Hanover-Square. \ [ 1788.] Folio broad- 
side. NYP. 93795 

A Supplement of Original Papers and Letters. See Darien, no. 
18574, vol. 5, and Scots Settlement at Darien, no. 78238, vol. 19. 

A copy of either the first or second issue listed is located at bm. 

Supplement to a Pamphlet, containing the Correspondence be- 
tween the Right Rev. G. W. Doane . . . and the Rev. S. Wilmer. 
See Doane (George W.), no. 20396, vol. 5. 

Supplement to an Address to the Members of the New Parlia- 
ment, on the Proceedings of the Colonial Department on the West 
India Question, [n. f. 182-?] 8vo, pp. (2), 5. c. 93796 

Half title: Address and Supplement. 

A reply to "Remarks on an Address to the Members of the New Parliament," 
London, 1826. 



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SUPPLEMENT. 



Supplement to Andrew Jackson's Negro Speculations. From 
the National Banner. To General Andrew Jackson. [^Nashville? 
1828?] Svo, pp. 8, NYP. 93797 

Caption title. 

Signed at the end: Andrew Erwin. 

See Erwin's "Gen. Jackson's Negro Speculations, and his Traffic in Human Flesh, 
Examined and Established by Positive Proof," n. p., [1828]), Svo, pp. 16. c. 

A I Supplement | to | Britain's Mistakes | in the | Commence- 
ment and Conduct | of the | present War. | Wherein | The late 
glorious Success of Admi- | ral Vernon at Porto Bello | is particu- 
larly considered. | By j A Merchant and Citizen of London. | 
London: \ Printed for T. Coofer, at the Globe in Pater- \ noster 
Roiv. M,DCC,XL. I (Price Six-Pence.) \ Svo, pp. 31. 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. BA., C, HEH., JOB., WLC. 93798 

A I Supplement | to | Britain's Mistakes [ in the | Commence- 
ment and Conduct | of the | Present War. | Wherein | The late 
glorious Success of Admiral | Vernon at Porto Bello is | particu- 
larly considered. | By | A Merchant and Citizen of London. | 
Dublin: | Re-frinted by George FaulkneVy in Essex- \ Street. 

M,DCC,XL. I 8vo, pp. 24. HEH., NVP., WLC. 93799 

See Britain's Mistakes, no. 8065, vol. 2. 

Supplement to Mr. Cooper's Letters on the Slave Trade. See 
Cooper (T.), no, 16613, vol. 4. 

A Supplement to Mr. Wesley's Pamphlet, entitled Thoughts 
upon Slavery. London. 1 7 74. 8vo. BM. 93800 

An attack on Wesley's tract against slavery. 

Supplement to "Six Months in a Convent." See Reed (R. T.), 
no. 68579, vol. 16. Boston, 1835, aas., b., ba., bm., c, cu.; 
London, [w. d.] BM. 

Supplement to the Albany Centinel, January 29, 1 802. See 
[Clinton (G.)], no. 13743, vol. 4. 

Supplement to the American and Commercial Daily Advertiser. 
An Exposition of the Causes and Character of the late War with 
G. Britain. Balti?nore, April 18 1 5. 8vo, pp. 64. c, nvp. 9380 1 

For other editions, see the author [Dallas (Alexander James)], nos. 18309- 
i8ji I, vol. 5. 

Suppk-nuiit to the Bibliotheca Americana Nova. See [Rich 
(O.) I, no. 70876, vol. 17. 



SUPPLEMENT. 32 1 

A Supplement to the Case of the Royal African Company. See 
Royal African Company, no. ']2,111^ vol. i8. JCB., nyp. 

Supplement to the Chorister's Companion, | Containing i6 pages 
of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, newly composed, or not before 
printed in America. | New-Haven^ Published as the Act directs^ by 
Simeon Jocelin, Feb. I^.' I 792. | Oblong l2mo, pp. 16. 

AAS., C, M., WEST.THEOL.SEM. 93802 

Caption title. Improved entry of that under Jocelin (S.), no. 36138, vol. 9. 

Engraved music. 

A typed checklist of F. J. Metcalf at aas. locates editions of Jocelin's, or Jocelyn's, 
"Chorister's Companion" as follows: New Haven, 1782, c, m.; Same with Part III., 
[aas.], c; Second Edition Corrected and Enlarged, New Haven, 1788, [aas.], fi., 
M., NYP., Y. i Second Edition Corrected and Enlarged, with 72 pages of music not in 
the first edition. New Haven, 1791, information from Trumbull; Part II., New 
Haven, 1790, no location; Part Third, New Haven, [1783], west.theol.sem. 

Supplement to the Congressional Globe: containing . . . the Trial 
of Andrew Johnson. 5^^ Johnson (A.), no. 36179, vol. 9. 

Supplement to the Conquest of Peru and Mexico. See [Ranking 
(J.)], no. 67892, vol. 16. c, NYP. 

c. has two issues, one without the colophon given In our entry, and also the 1834 
continuation of the supplement there mentioned. 

A Supplement to the Detection of the State and Situation of the 
Sugar Planters of Barbadoes. See Barbadoes, no. 329 1, vol. I. 
BM., Y. 

The Y. copy is bound in a volume which has the binder's title: "Robertson's Tracts." 
Probably by Rev. Robert Robertson. The following inscription from his tombstone is 
quoted in the "Gentleman's Magazine," vol. 86, pt. i, 1816, p. 16: "And what was 
mortal of Robert Robertson, minister of the parish of St. Paul's, Nevis, from Dec. 
1707, born at Edinburgh the i8th of March 1 68 1—2, made some remarks which were 
published in London in the years 1730, 1736, &c. on the Slaves and their Owners in 
the Sugar Islands of England, and died." 

For other anonymous works by the same author, see nos. 71968 and 71969, vol. 17. 

A j Supplement | to the | Essay | on | Monies, Coins, &c. | pro- 
posed for the I United States of America. | Philadelphia: | Printed 
by Daniel HumfhreySy Front-streety \ near the Draiubridge. \ 

M.DCC.XC. I 8vo, pp. (2), 7. BA., NYP. 93803 

Signed at the end: B. Attributed to John Beale Bordley in Diet. Am. Biog. For 
the original essay, by this author, see On Monies, Coins, Weights . . . , no. S7^75> 
vol. 14. 

A Supplement to the Fourth Part of Dr. Priestley's Lectures on 
History; Exhibiting a Series of American Historians from the First 
Discovery of the Country to the Present Time: Delivered to one 
of the Divisions of the Sophomore Class in Yale College, June 22, 



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SUPPLEMENT. 



1 80 1. By their Tutor, , . . New H avert: Printed by William W. 
Morse. 1801. 8vo, pp. 14. AAS., BA., cu., Y. 93804 

Attributed to Ebenezer Grant Marsh in Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 5, p. 155. 

Supplement to the Gazette of the United States. See Carey 
(Mathew), note following no. 10889, ^'^^- 3- 

A Supplement to the History of Robinson Crusoe. See Robinson 
Crusoe, no. 72224, vol. 17. BM. 

Attributed to Thomas Spence in Rudkin's "Thomas Spence and his Connections," 
1927, p. 209. 

Supplement | to the | Independent Journal, | New-York, July 2, 
1788. I In our Independent Journal of this Morning, we announced 
the Rati- | fication of the New Constitution by the Convention of 
Virginia: | For the gratification of our Readers, we publish the fol- 
lowing I particulars, received by this day's post: — | Ratification of 
the New Constitution, by the Con- | vention of Virginia, on Wed- 
nesday last, by a | Majority of 10: — 88 for it, 78 against it. ] 
[At foot of sheet:] New-York: Printed by J. and A. M'Leatiy 
Franklin^s Heady No. 41, Hanover -Square. \ [ 1 788.] Folio broad- 
side. NYP. 93805 

Supplement to the Kentucky Reporter. Address, of the Fayette 
County Corresponding Committee, on the Proceedings in the Senate 
of Kentucky, against the President, Secretary of State and Members 
of Congress; and on other subjects connected with the approaching 
presidential election. L,exington: Thomas Smith yPr inter. [1828.] 

8vo, pp. 48. NYP., U.CHIC. 93806 

Supplement to the late Analysis of the public correspondence. 
[1809?] See [Lowell (J.)], no. 42444, vol. lO, the supplied 
date being wrongly given as 1 808. The Analysis was published in 

1809. AAS., NYH., NYP., Y. 

Supplement to the Laws of Rhode Island College. See Brown 
University, no. 8633, vol. 2. Providence^ 1 793, JCB., RIHS. 
Providence^ 1803, NYP. 

A Supplement to the Negro's and Indian's Advocate. See 
G[odwyn] (M [organ]), no. 27678, vol. 7. c, H., nyp., uts. 
(mcalpin). 

Supplement to the Private Correspondence between H. E. the 
Governor and Captain General of the Province of Buenos- Ayres, 
Charged with the Foreign Affairs of the Argentine Confederation, 



SUPPLEMENT, 



323 



and H. E. the Rear-Admiral Commanding the French naval forces 
on the Station of Brazil and of the South Seas. Bucnos-Ayrcs. State 
Printing-Office. 1 838. 8vo, pp. (4), 235-265. AAS. 93807 

Correspondence between Juan Manuel de Rosas and L. Leblanc. French version 
on verso of each leaf faces corresponding English text. French title: "Appcndice a 
la correspondence particuliere ..." Half title: "Correspondence officielle." Im- 
proved title of no. 9043) vol. 3. 

A Supplement to the Report of the Trial of the Spanish Pirates, 
with the Confessions or Protests, written by them in Prison. Also, 
all tiie evidence in support of a motion for a new trial: together 
with the Opinions of Judges Story and Davis (in full) on that 
motion, and the Sentence of Death upon the seven prisoners. Con- 
cluding with a Brief Review of the whole case. Boston: Published 
by Lemuel Gulliver , 82 State Street. 1835. 8vo, pp. 76. 

For the report, see Trial of the Twelve Spanish Pirates. H. 938O0 

A Sup[p]lement to the State of the Nation. See State of the 
Nation, note following no. 90620, vol. 23. bm., nyp., wlc. 

A I Supplement | to the | Vindication | of | Mr. Alex. Campbell: | 
wherein | All the Objections made to the said Vindica- | tion are 
answered, particularly, those in a | late Paper, called, Mr. Noxons 
Observa- | tions, &c. | New-Yorky \ Printed by J. Peter Xejigery 
in I Smith-Street \ [1732.] 8vo, pp. 35. nyp. 93809 

Signed and dated: Alex. Campbell. New-York, August 15, 1732. 

Supplement to the Western Journal. A Catalogue of the Officers 
and Students in the Medical and Law Departments of Cincinnati 
College; First Session: 1835—6. To which is Appended a List of 
the Graduates at the First Medical Commencement. Published 
under the Direction of the Board of Trustees. Cincinnati: Printed 
by N. S. Joh?ison. 1836. Pp. 12. u.ind. 93810 

Title from Rusk's "Literature of the Middle Western Frontier," vol. 2, 1925, 
p. 71. For later issues, see no. 13088, vol. 4. 

Supplemento | a' Collecgao | dos | Breves Pontificios, | Leys 
Regias, I e officios que se passaram entre | as Cortes de Roma, e 
Lisboa, sobre os absurdos em | que no Reino de Portugal, e seus 
Dominios, se | haviao precipitado os Regulares da Companhia | 
denominada de Jesu. | Nelle se contem a continuagao | do que 
passou entre as referidas duas Cortes depois das Re- | presentagoens 
que El Rey Fidelissimo mandou fazer ao | Papa em vinte de Abril 
do anno proximo passado de | mil setecentos cincoenta e nove, como 
foram compil- j ladas debaixo dos Numeros XV. e XVL da dita | 



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SUPPLEMENTO. 



Collec^ao ate o mez de Junho do presente anno | de mil setecentos 
e sessenta. | Impresso na Secretaria de Estadoj \ Por especial Ordem 
de Sua Magestade. \ {^Lisbon. 1 760.] 4to, pp. 8, 14, 27, verso 
blank, 124. JBC, nyp. 9381 1 

For the first series of documents, see Collecsao, no. 14365, vol. 4. 

Supplemento a la Correspondencia Oficial con el Consul. See 
Buenos Ayres, no. 9042, vol. 3. 

Supplemento a las Cartas Americanas correspondencia con di- 
versas personas y en especial con los Jenerales Bolivar, Santander y 
La Mar, se hallaran los hechos mas circumstanciados de nuestra 
historia moderna, desde principios de 21 hasta la apertura del pre- 
sente congreso, la dedica Fr. G. M. de Vidaurre. Lima. Imprenta 
Republicana de Concha. 1827. 410, pp. 291. 93812 

Title from Dufosse's catalogue of Americana, April, 1878, no. 4548 . Imprint 
from the catalogue for the sale of Peruviana at Puttick and Simpson's, March 27—28, 
1873, lot no. 123. 

Supplicatio I facta | nomine Missionariorum | de Propaganda 
Fide, I Diffinitorio Generali | electo Capitulo | habito civitate Va- 
lentina, | sub die xxi. Maii anni mdcclxviii. | Matriti mdcclxxxi. | 
A pud J oachimum [sic] Ibarra^ C. R. M. Typographum. \ Supe- 
riorum permissu. | 4to, pp. (2), 20. 93^13 

Presented by Fray Jose Ampuero. Title from Medina's "Biblioteca Hispano- 
Americanii," no. 4974, a copy located in the Indian Archives in Seville. 

Supplication of J. R********_ 'Pq j^jg Excellency Henry Lau- 
rens, Esquire, President, and other [sic], the Members of the Hon- 
ourable, the American Congress, &c. &c. &c. The humble repre- 
sentation and earnest supplication of J. R , printer and book- 
seller in New-York, respectfully sheweth, [On slip pasted 

on verso of last leaf:] Philadelphia: Printed and published by 
William W. Woodward ^ No. 17, Chestnut, near Front Street. 
1800. 8vo, pp. (8). H. 93814 

Caption title. A satirical attack on James Rivington, purporting to be written while 
the British forces were leaving New York near the close of the Revolution. 

. . . Supplique et Petition | Des Citoyens de Couleur des Isles [ 
& Colonics Francoises, j Sur la Motion faite le 27 Novembre 1789, 
par I M. de Curt, Depute de la Guadeloupe, | au Nom des Colonies 
reunies, | tendantc a faire nommer un Comite | des Colonies, com- 
pose de vingt Mem- | brcs, mi-partie de Deputes des Villes | Mari- 
timcs & des Manufactures, et mi- | partie de Deputes des Colonies, | 



SUPPRESSED. 325 

pour preparer toutes les maticres qui pcuvent | ctre relatives a ces 
possessions importantes . . . | [n. f. 1789.] 8vo, pp. 21. 

Caption title. With heading: "A I'Assemblee nationale." JCB. 93° ^5 

Information supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 
See also Suplique, above. 

. . . The Suppressed Tract! and the Rejected Tract! Given 
Word for Word as submitted to the Pubh'shing Committee of the 
Am. Tract Society. Read and Judge. Shall the Society or the 
Committee Rule? t^° The Annual Meeting of the Tract Society 
will be held in New- York, on Wednesday, May I2th, at 9 a.m. 
Come and Vote! New-York: John A. Gray, Printer and Sfereo- 
tyfer, 16 ^ff 18 Jacob St. 1858. l2mo, 76, 24. 

With heading: To All Evangelical Christians. B., NYP., UTS., Y. 938 I 6 

Concerning the publication by the society of "Scriptural Duties of Masters, com- 
prising a Pastoral Address of the Rt. Rev. William Meade, ... A Sermon of the 
Rev. John C. Young . . . and brief selections from [other] publications," and Chas. 
K. Whipple's "Family Relation, as affected by Slavery." 

The first pamphlet, which was suppressed, is reprinted on pp. 5—76, and Whipple's 
tract, which was rejected, forms the final 24 pages. 

The Supra-Treasury Bill, or Relief for Hard Times. . . . Boston: 
Published by Perkins ^ Marvin. New York: — Gould fs? Newman. 
Philadelphia: — Henry Perkins. 1838. l8mo, pp. 1 3 1. 

AAS., M. 93817 

The I Supremacy | of the | British Legislature | over the | Colo- 
nies, I candidly discussed. | London: \ Printed for J. Johnson 
{No. 72.) St. Paul's Church- \ yard. M DCC Lxxv. | 8vo, pp. (4), 

38. B., BA., C, HEH., JOB., NYP., WLC. 938 I 8 

The Supremacy of the Seas, or Facts, Views, Statements, and 
Opinions relating to the American & British Steamers between the 
United States and Liverpool. From American and British Sources. 
With the Memorial of the Proprietors of the New York and Liver- 
pool Line of American Steamers. Washington: Printed bv Gideon 
and Co. 1 85 I. 8vo, pp. 24. aas., B., BA., whs., Y. 938 19 

The Supreme Deit}'^ of our Lord Jesus Christ . . . Boston: Re- 
Printed by Edward E. Powers. MDCCxcil. 93820 

Title from a manuscript note prepared by Joseph Sabin. 

For earlier editions, see [Burr {Rev. Aaron)], no. 9422, vol. 3. Buslon, 1757, 

AAS., B., H., M., Y. i Boston, Ijgi, AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., JCB., M. 

Un Sur-Americano, fseud., comp. Coleccion de los documen- 
tos relativos a la navegacion fluviatil del Rio de la Plata . . . See no. 
14299, vol. 4 c, NYP. 

VOL. XXIV. 21 



326 SUR L^ADMISSION. 

Probably compiled by F. J. Pereira Leal, who translated, under the same pseudo- 
nym, "Coleccion de varies documentos," our no. 39523, vol. 10, which also was pub- 
lished in Caracas in 1857. c. 

Sur rAdmission | des | Vaisseaux etrangers | dans | les Colonies 
Frangoises | de I'Amerique. | [n. f. 1785?] 4to, pp. (2), 27. 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. JOB. 9282 I 

Sur les colonies. 15 Octobre 1821. A Nantes, de rimfrlmerie 
de MeUinet-Malassis. [ 1 8 2 I . ] 8 vo, pp. 3 2 . 

BIB. NAT., NYP. 93822 

Caption title: "Sur les colonies, par L[ouis-Hyacinthe-Nicolas] Levesque aine, 
maire et negociant a Nantes." 

Footnotes are pasted on pp. 13 and 16—17 "^ ^^^ nyp. copy. 

The printed catalogue of the Bibliotheque nationale gives the collation as pp. 31. 

Sur les finances, le commerce, la marine et les colonies. See 
[Micoud d'Umons (Ch. E.)], no. 48821, vol. 12. c, cu., H. 

Sur les prevenus d'emigration, ou instruction pour leur defense. 
Paris. Jn ^. [1797.] 8vo. bm. 93823 

Sur I'Education nationale dans les Etats-Unis d'Amerique. See 
Education, no. 21883, vol. 6. bm., nyp., y. 

The author was P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, see B. G. Du Font's translation, 
"National Education in the United States of America," 1923. 

Sur I'indemnite des anciens colons de Saint-Domingue, memoire 
public au nom de plusieurs anciens colons-proprietaires residant a 
Nantes. Nantes, I?nfri?nerie de Forest Qual de la Fosse, N" 2. 
Mai 1828. i2mo, pp. (2), 16. JOB. 93824 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Sur I'independance de Saint-Domingue, et sur I'indemnite due 
aux anciens habitants de cette colonic. (Articles extraits de I'Aris- 
tarque frangais. ) A Paris, {Chez C. J. Trouve, imfrimeur-libraire, 
rue des Filles-Saint-Thomas, n° 12. Ponthieu, librarie, Palais- 
Royal, galerie de bois. Delaunay, libraire, Palais-Royal, galerie de 
bois.) 1826. i2mo, pp. 82. JCB. 93825 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Sur Saint-Domingue. See [Dcsmaulants (J. B.)], no. 19745, 

Vol. 5. BIB. NAT. 

A Sure Guide to Hell. By Beelzebub. New-York: Printed by 
James Parker. 1 75 1. + The Sixth Edition, with notes. New- 
York: Printed and sold by John Holt, at the Exchange. 1767. 

Titles from Evans, nos. 6644 and 10568. 938^0 

H^ilkctt and Lalng attribute to Benjamin Bourn, a bookseller. 



SURE GUIDE. 327 

A Sure I Guide | to | Hell, | In Seven Sections, ] Containing 
Directions | I. To Parents in the Educa- | tion of their Children. 
II. To Youth. I III. To those whose Minds are | possessed with 

Envy, Ma- | lice, etc. | IV. To the K . | V. To the First 

Ministers | of State. | VI. To the Clergy. | VII. To Young 
Ladies. | ... | By Belzebub. | The Fourth Edition. | hondon: 
Printed, i^c. \ Boston: Re-frinted, and to be Sold by D. \ Gook'iny 
over against the Old-South Meeting- \ House. 175 i. | 8vo, pp. 63, 
advertisement (i). aas., m. 93827 

. . . The Sure Way to Grow Rich; or. Historical Memoirs of 
the Life of Tom Gard'ner, a citizen of New-York: showing how, 
from being a taylor's boy, and not worth a shilling, he acquired a 
great estate, and died worth a million of dollars. . . . New-York: 
Printed by Hopkins and Seymour y and sold {for the proprietor) 
by G. F. Hopkins, No. 1 18, Pearl-Street. 1805. l2mo, cover 
titles, and pp. 84. nyh. + Frankjord {N . F.] : Printed by Coale 
& Gilbert. 1811. l8mo, pp. 35. c. 93828 

The first edition was issued in two numbers, of which the nyh. copy lacks cover 
titles. The above title is supplied from that of "N. II.", copies of which are located at 
AAf. and NYP., cover title, and pp. 37—84. 

Improved titles of nos. 26654—26655, vol. 7. 

SuRETTE (Louis A.). By-Laws of Corinthian Lodge, of An- 
cient, Free and Accepted Masons, of Concord, Mass., with Charter 
granted June 16, 1797; Catalogues of the Officers, Members and 
Initiates of the Lodge, from its Organization to 1859; ^ Synopsis 
of the Work of twenty-two Past Masters; a List of the Members in 
1858; Biographies of all the Past Masters; and a History of the 
Lodge, including Biographical Sketches, and a Record of the 
Deaths of its Members and Initiates from 1797 to 1859. T^ which 
is added an Historical Sketch of Masonry. By Louis A. Surette, 
Master of Corinthian Lodge from October, 185 I, to October, 1858. 
Concord: Printed by Benjamin Tolman. 1 859. 1 2 mo, pp. 19 1. 
3 portraits. aas., b., ba., h., nyh., nyp, 93829 

A Surgeon, pseud. Naval. An Examination of the Legality 
of the General Orders. See [Ruschenberger (W. S. W. )], no. 
74188, vol. 18. NYP. 

The NYP. copy has a presentation inscription with the author's autograph. 

Surgeon in the U. S. Navy, pseud. The Principles of Naval 
Staff Rank. See [Clymer (George)], no. 13806, vol. 4. 

A review of Clymer's work by W. S. W. Ruschenberger, no. 74192, vol. 18, has 
the same title. 



328 



SURGEON. 



A Surgeon U. S. Navy, fseud. Remarks on the Condition of 
the Marine Hospital Fund. See [Ruschenberger (W. S. W.)], 
no. 74193, vol. 18. 

Surgeon of Norfolk, fseud. A | Treatise | on the Gonor- 
rhoea I by a I Surgeon of Norfolk, | Virginia. | Norfolk: Printed 
by John McLean. \ M,DCC, Lxxxvii. | 8vo, pp. (2), 5-30 +. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. C. QS^S*^ 

Evans gives the collation as pp. (32) + 

Surgy (Jacques Philibert Rousselot de). See Rousselot de Surgy 
(Jacques Philibert). 

SuRiGUE (Sebastiao Fabregas). Almanak geral do Imperio do 
Brasil, para . . . 1 836. Rio de Janeiro. 1 836. 8vo. Continued. 

93831 

This and the two follovi'lng titles supplied from Sacramento Blake's "Diccionario 
bibliographico brazileiro," vol. 7, 1902, pp. 205—206. 

SuRiGUE. Demonstragao do desenho original para colloca(jao 
dos edificios da illuminagao publica na capital do Imperio do Brazil 
e outras pegas analogas ao objecto em que se ve a esperteza Clemen- 
tina em toda sua plenitude. Rio de Janeiro. 1 843. 8vo, pp. 13. 

93832 

SuRiGUE. Recreagao brasileira, scientifica e moral dedicada a 
mocidade de ambos OS sexos. Rio de Janeiro. I 840. 8vo. 93833 

SURINAM. 

The works entered below include the following: 
I. Official Publications — 1799. 

II. Miscellaneous Publications, including anonymous works relating to Surinam 
and a few corporate entries, not elsewhere entered under author or title. 

For other works relating to Surinam and Dutch Guiana, see Guiana. 

Acknowledgment should be made of the assistance furnished by Mrs. Henri 
Crommclin in the preparation of the Dutch titles. 

Official Publications, 
i. societeit van surinam. 

The Dutch West India Company, which had acquired the colony of Surinam from 
the commissioners of the States of Zeeland, in order to increase the capital for the 
enterprise, in 1683, sold one third of its holdings there to the city of Amsterdam, 
and one to Cornelis van Aessen, lord of Sonmiclsdijk. The syndicate thus formed 
was incorporated as the Societeit van Suriname. Later Sommelsdijk's share was 
bought by the city of Amsterdam. The Societeit went through a process of liquidation 
in 1791, but the nominal control of Surinam was left to its governor there until 
1795, when the dependency was taken over directly by the Netherlands government, 
.ictual control under it being vested in a Committee of Twenty-one for the Possessions 
on the Guinea Coast and in America. Information as to later history supplied by 
William R. .Shepherd, citing the following references: H. D. Benjamins' and J. F. 



SURINAM. 329 

Snelleman's "Encyclopafdie van Nedcrlandsch West-Indic," pp. 667-668; A. Zim- 
mermann's "Die Kolonialpolitik der Niederliindcr," p. 167, passim, references, 301 ; 
"Dutch Guiana — Handbooks prepared under the direction of the Foreign Office," 
London, 1920, p. 9 sqq., references, 78 — here the date (13) 1791 refers properly to 
the defunct new West India Company which till that date had retained one-third 
share, and not to the Societeit; also O. Van Rees' "Staatshuishoudkunde," vol. z; 
and writings of A. J. Van der Meulen, with reference to Van de Spiegel. 

Accoord I Met de Staaten van Zeeland aangegaan, | wcgens de 
Koop en Overneminge | van de Colonie van Suriname; | Mits 
gaders het | Octroy | Van haar Hoog Mogcnde; | Conditien 
Tussen de Drie Respective Leden; | En | andere Stukkcn | De 
Societeyt van Suriname | concernende. | t^ Amsterdam y \ Door 
ordre van de Ed. Achtb. Heercn D'lrectenren van de Geoctroyeerde 
Societeyt van \ Suriname y by d^ Erven van J . Lescailie en D. Rank 
gedrukt. I [1713?] 4to, blank leaf, pp. (4), (13), verso blank, 
40, (31) verso blank, and blank leaf, [*] in four, the first blank, 
A* in four, B* in two. A— E in fours, C in three and stub marked 
*, ** in two, *'"''■* in four, the last blank. 

C, W.y SUR.KOL.BIB. 93834 

A collection of official documents published from 16S2 to 1713, with the above 
general title page prefixed, in some copies the original issues being utilized. The 
description here given is from the h. copy. The various items are as follows: 

L^". A Accoord | Tussen | De Gemagtigde van de Ed. Mog: Heeren | Staaten 
van Zeeland, | Ter eenre; | En | De Gecommitteerde Bewinthcbberen van | de Gen- 
eraale Geoctroyeerde West- | Indische Compagnie, | Ter andere zyde; | Wegens 't 
overnemen van de | Colonie van Suriname. | t' Amsterdam, \ Door ordre van de Ed. 
Achth. Heercn Directeuren van de Geoctroyeerde Societeyt \ can Suriname, by 
d'Erjgcn van J. Lescailie en D. Rank gedrukt. \ [1683.] 4to, pp. (13), verso blank. 
[*4], A* in four, B* in two. Dated on B*[i] recto, 6 January 1683. 

L^. B Octroy. 1682. A reissue of the first edition of the charter. For full 
title, see the separate entry below. Pp. 26. A— C in fours, D[,]. 

L^. C Conditien, | Tusschen de Drie Respective Leden; | Van de | Societeyt 
van Suriname, | Geconveniecrt in | Dato 21 May, 1683. | t' Amsterdam, \ Door ordre 
van de Ed. Achtb. Heeren Directeuren van, de Geoctroyeerde \ Societeyt van Suri- 
name, by d'Erfg. van J. Lescailie en D. Rank gedruk. \ Pp. 27—40. Do— 4, E in four. 

L^. D. Acte van Subsidie | van de Provintie van | Gelderland. | Pp. (3). A[i]— Aj 
recto. Caption title. Dated on recto of A^: 29 November 1682. 

L-"". E. Acte van Subsidie | van de Provintie van | Holland en West- | Vries- 
land. I Pp. (5). Verso of Ao, A3-[A4]. Caption title. Dated on verso of [A4], 1682. 

L^. F. Acte van Subsidie | van de Provintie van | Zeeland. | Pp. (3). Bf]]— Bj 
recto. Caption title. Dated on recto of B,; 3 Augusty, 1682. 

L^. G. Acte van Subsidie | van de Provintie van | Utrecht. | Pp. (3). Verso of 
B2, B3. Caption title. Dated on verso of B3: 19 September, 1682. 

L^. H. Extract uyt het Register | der Resolutien van Ridder- | schap en Stcden, 
de Staaten | van Overyssel. | Zwolle den 23 Marty, 1683. | Pp. (3). [B4]-C[,l 
recto. Caption title. 

h^. I. Acte van Subsidie van | de Provintie van Gronin- | gen en Ommelanden. | 
Pp- (3)- Verso of C[i], C-. Caption title. Dated on verso of C-: 23 Septembcris, 
1682. 

L^. K. Extract uyt het Re- | gister der Resolutien van | de Hoog Mog: Heeren 
Staten Generaal der Ver- | eenigde Nederianden. | Sabbathi, den 5 October, 1686. | 



330 



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Pp. (2). Leaf marked "*". This leaf mates with €[,], and should be signed C4. 
There is only a stub of C3. Caption title. 

L^. L. Extract uyt Re- | gister der Resolutien van | de Hoog Mog. Heeren | 
Staten Generaal der Ver- | eenigde Nederlanden. | Veneris, den 28 July, 171 3. | Pp. 
(4). **-[*%]. Caption title. 

L-''. M. Extract uyt het Re- | gister der Resolutien van | de Hoog Mog: Heeren 
Staten Generaal der Ver- | eenigde Nederlanden. | Jovis, den 28 December, 171 3. | 
Pp. (5). *** in four, the verso of the third leaf and the fourth blank. Caption title. 

The c. copy, which is catalogued under Nederlandsche West-Indische Compagnie, 
lacks the general title and following leaf, and L^. B and C. 

An early ms. slip prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin describes a collection 
of documents made from 1682 to 1749 with a similar title, Amsterdam, 1749, which 
also included reissues of the original publications. 

Berigt door Directeuren van de Societeit van Suriname . , . 
tegen de Grievan van eenige Persoonen . . . concerneer. het poinct 
van het onderhoud der fortification. Met de Bylagen. [n. f. 1 733.] 
Foho, pp. 100. 93835 

Title from the Muller catalogue, 1 872-1 875, no. 1458. 

Berigt I door Directeuren van de Socie- I teit van Suriname, 
overgege- | ven aan de Hoog Mog. Heeren | Staaten Generaal der 
Vereenig- | de Nederlanden tot justifica- | tie van haar gesus- 
tineerde, om- | trent het diflFerent der Slaaven | Huuren tot den 
opbouw der | fortification in Suriname geem- | ploijeert; nament- 
lyk, dat de- j selve huuren niet tot 24 stui- | vers, maar tot 12 
stuivers en | minder hadden behooren, en als | nog moeten be- 
reekent worden, | . . . \_Amsterdam? 1746?] Folio, pp. 42, (2), 
(3), verso blank, 33, (i), 56, 23, verso blank, (3). A-L in 
twos, [*] in two. A— H in twos, [**] in one, A— O in twos, A— G 
in twos. H. 93836 

This first report is dated, "Amsterdam den 22 Augusti 1746," and occupies pp. 42. 
A docketed title is on the verso of the following unnumbered leaf. It is followed by 
a report of 1733 and other documents, all of which are mentioned in the "Lyste." 

Contents: 

Lyste I der | Bylagen, Relatief tot het Berigt, | door Directeuren van de So- I 
cieteit van Suriname, aan haar Hoog Mog. overgegeven, in | dato 22 Augusti 1746. | 
Pp. (3)- 

Berigt I door Directeuren van de So- | cieteit van Suriname over- | gegeven aan 
de Hoog Mo- I gende Heeren Staaten Ge- | neraal der Vereenigde Ne | derlanden 
tot justilicatie van | derselver gehoudene con- | duites in de Colonie van Su- | riname 
zoo tcgon de Re- | queste, als de zoo genaam- | de Grieven, door eenige niet 
genocnide Persoonen aan | Hoogstgemclde haar Hoog | Mog. overgegeven, preten- 
selyk uyt den naame en van | wegen de Raaden van Politic | der Colonic van Suri- 
name en I onderhoorige Districten van | dien, zich qualiliceerende, | principaale 
Gcinteresscerdens | in dezelve Colonie, mitsgaders | van vecle, en quasi nicest 
gedi- I stinguecrde Ingczetenen en Ei- | gcnaars van de Plantagien al- | daar, con- 
ccrnecrcnde het poinct | van hit onderhoud der Fortifi- | catien, en het maaken van | 
Nicuwe of mecrdere verster- | kinge. | [Amsterdam. 1733?] Dated on p. 33, 

"Amsterdam dni September 1 73 3." A docketed title on the verso of p. 33. 

This and tlie lollowing "Bylaagen" are probably a reissue of an edition printed in 



SURINAM. 331 

Bylaagen | Relatief tot het Bericht | door Directeuren van de So- | cietcit van 
Suriname aan haar | Hoog Mogende overgele- ] vert. | Pp. 56. Caption title. 

[Various documents, numbered 2—24. First document is "Extract uyt het Register 
Resolutien van de H09 Mog. Heeren Staten Generaal," dated Oct. 2, 1733.] Pp. 23, 
verso blank, (3). 

Bylaagen specteerende tot het berigt door de Societeit van Suri- 
name overgegeven aan de Staaten Gener. jegens request van 
eenige inwoonderen van Suriname. 1750. Folio, pp. 220. 93837 

Title from the Muller catalogue, 1 872-1 875, no. 1459. 

Conditien tusschen de Drij Respective Leden van de Societeijt 
van Suriname. Geconvenieert in dato 21 Maij, 1683. Amsterdam. 
[1683.] 93838 

Title from the catalogue of the Surlnaamsche Koloniale Bibliotheek, 18^9, p. 20. 
Reissued as part of the "Accoord," see above. 

Conventie tusschen de Directeuren van de Societeijt en Ge- 
magtigde van Raaden van Policie. Geapprobeert 19 Dec. 1733. 
s'Gravenhage. 1734. 93^39 

Title from the catalogue of the Surinaamsche Koloniale Bibliotheek, 1859, p. 20. 

Missive van Directeuren van de Societeit van Suriname, van den 
12 Aug. 1772 .. . concerneerende de door Gouverneur en Raaden 
voorgeslage Augmentatie der Militie aldaar . . . \The Hague? 
1772.] BM. 93840 

Missive van Raaden van politic te Suriname, betreff. de beheer- 
ing van deze colonie. Met Berigt van Directeuren van de societeit 
hierop. 1775. Folio, pp. 100. 93841 

Title from an unidentified bookseller's catalogue. 

Octroy door d' Ed: Geoctr: Societeit van Suriname verleent 
aan de Heer Wilhelm Hack. 1743. ^ee no. 56681, vol. 13. h., 

JCB. 

Octroy I Ofte fondamentele Conditien, on- | der de welcke haer 
Hoogh Mog. ten bes- | ten en voordele van de Ingezetenen de- | ser 
Landen, de Colonie van Suriname | hebben doen vallen in handen 
ende on- | der directie van de Bewinthebberen van | de generale 
Nederlandtsche Geoctroyeer- | de West Indische Compagnie. | 
In ^s Gravenhage, \ By Jacobue Scheltus, Ordinaris Drucker van 
de Hoogh Mogende Heeren \ Staten Generaal der Vereenighde 
Nederlanden. Anno 1682. | Met Prtvtlegie. 4to, pp. 26. A— C 
in fours, D[i]. h. 93842 

Improved title of no. 56663, vol. 13. 

Reissued in "Accoord," [1713.^, see above. The h. copy is in the reissue. 



332 



SURINAM. 



Octroi of fondamenteele conditien, onder dewelke Haar Hoog 
Mog. ten besten en voordeele van de ingezeetenen deeser landen de 
colonie van Suriname hebben doen vallen in handen en onder direc- 
tie van de bewindhebbercn van de generaale Neederlandsche ge- 
octroyeerde Westindische compagnie, hi's GravenhagCy J. Schel- 
tus. 1752. 8vo, pp. 22. C. 93843 

Impi'oveJ title of that entered following the first edition, 1682, our no. 56663, 
vol. 13. 

Wy M"". Joan Jacob Mauricius, Gou- | verneur Generaal over 
de Colonie van | Surinaame, Rivieren en Districten van | dien, 
&c. &c. &c. I Ende Raaden van Politie en Crimineele | Justitie der- 
selver Provintie, &c. &c. | [^Paramaribo? 1749.^'] Svo, pp. 8. 

Caption title. H. 93844 

The H. copy is dated in what is probably contemporary ms. : "den 5 December 
1749." 

2. OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS OF THE COLONY AFTER THE 
LIQUIDATION OF THE SOCIETEIT. 1799- 

Gouverneur Generaal. Publicatie. | Wy | Mr. Wolphert Jacob | 
Beeldsnyder Matroos | Gouverneur Generaal, | Ad Interim over 
de Colonie Su- | rinaame, Rivieren en Dis- | tricten van dien, | 
Mitssraders Collonel over de g-ezaamentlyke Militie dezer 

01 1 O J 1 

Landen &c. &c. &c. | En de | Raaden van politie en Crimineele 
Justi- I tie der voorsz: Colonie, &c. &c. &c. | [On cover:] Her- 
drukt te Paramaribo ter \ Gefriviligeerde Drukkery van \ A. T. 
Bordas. \ [1799.] i6mo, pp. 22. JCB., nyp. 93845 

Dated at the end: Actum Paramaribo den 14 February 1799. 

Hove van Civile Justitie. Maniere | van | Procedeeren | voor | 
den Edele Achtbaaren Hove | van Civile Justitie | der Colonie 
Surinamen | en | onderhoorige districten. | Waar agte gevoegd is | 
Extract I Uit dezelve Maniere van Procedeeren, omme byzonder- 
lyk te I dienen voor het Edele Collegie van Kleine-Vaceerende | 
over Groote Zaaken. | Mitsgaders | Nog twee Extractcn uit de 
Notulen der Resolution, genomen by den | Edelen Achtbaaren 
Hove van Civile Justitie; dienende tot meer- | dere Explicatie op 
de Articulcn, wcgcns het Procedeeren | in Gyzelinge. | Para- 
maribo I ^Per Gepriviligeerde Drukkery van W. IV. Beeldsn\der \ 
MDCCxciv. I 4to, pp. viii, 51, "register" (l). BM., C. + ^ Graven- 
hage. 1859. ^^''^- BM. 93846 

Hove van Politie en Crimineele Justitie. Notificatie. | De Hove 
van Politic en Crimineele Justitie der Colonie Suri- | name, op 



SURINAM. 333 

den 30ste December 1795, geresolveerd hebbende, omme in voor- 
raad tot benoodigde | uitgaaven, | . . . | Paramaribo den 13 May 
1796. I (Onderstond) | Ter Ordonnantie van den Hove | (en 
geteekend) | J. J. Wohlfahrt. | Drdrukt tc Paramaribo tcr Ge- 
frivtltgeerde Drukkery van IV. W. Becldsnxder. \ [1796.] Folio 
broadside. JCB. 93S47 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Miscellaneous Publications. 

The following list of unofficial publications is arranged alphabetically, anonymous 
works under title, and corporate publications under the name of the body responsible 
for them. 

Aanmerkingen op eene verhandeling betreffende de kolonie 
Suriname. See [Veldwijk (E. G.)]. 

Aanteekeningen betrekkelijk de kolonie Suriname. See [Heeck- 
eren {Baron van)'\, no. 31225, vol. 8. BM. 

Almanak voor de Nederlandsche West-Indische Bezittingen, 
en de kust van Guinea, voor het jaar 1859. Uitgegeven met 
toestemming van Z. exc. den minister van staat, minister van kolo- 
nien. ie s^Gravenhage, bij de Gebroeders Van Cleej. Mede ver- 
krijgbaar te Paramaribo^ bij IV. E. H. Winkels. 1858. [Verso 
of title:] Gedrukt bij de Gebroeders Van Cleej. l2mo, pp. xcii, 
8, leaf numbered 8* on recto, verso blank, 9—231. Continued. 

NYP. 93848 

Antwoord op deze aanmerkingen, enz. door C'.". s'Graven- 
hage: Gebroeders Giiinta d'Albani. 1824. 8vo, pp. 50. 93849 

Attributed to Adam Cameron in Teenstra's "De Negerslaven in de kolonie Suri- 
name," 1842, p. 337. 

Title from Sijpesteijn's "Beschrijving van Suriname," 1854, p. 275. 

A reply to Veldwijk's anonymous "Aanmerkingen op eene verhandeling betreffende 
de kolonie Suriname," 1824. 

Ausfuhrliche Beschreibung der Insel Surinam. 1672. i2mo. 

93850 

Title from Nouvion's "Catalogue bibliographique de la Guyane" in "Publications 
de la Societe d'etudes pour la colonisation de la Guyane frangaise," no. 4, 1844, 
no. 9, where it is listed as anonymous. 

Bedenkingen wegen de nieuwe reglement onlangs ingevoerd in 
Suriname. See [Bosch ( — van den)], no. 6453, ^°^- ^- ^^• 

Beschrijvinge van de volkplantinge Zuriname. See H[er]l[ein] 
(J. D.), no. 31495, vol. 8, and L. (J. D. H.), no. 38384, vol. 9. 
Leeuwardeny 17 18. JCB., M., nyp. 

Added engraved title in 1718 edition: Nauwkeurige Beschryvinge ... 



334 



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Beschrijvinge van Guiana; des selfs Cituatie. See Guiana, no. 

29161, vol. 7. C, NYP. 

Beschryving van de kolonie Suriname en hare onderhoorige dis- 
tricten. Amsterdam: Jan Roos en Xoon. 1781. 2 vols., 8vo. 
Plates. 93851 

Title from an early manuscript note prepared by Joseph Sabin. 

Beschryving | Van de | Rivier en Colonic | der | Barbice [sic], | 
Geleegen aan de Wilde Kust van | Gujana, ] Bewesten van | Suri- 
name. I Te Am^steldam, \ By Gerard van Keulen, Boek-en T,ee- 
kaart- \ verkoofery aan de Oost-'zyde van de Nleuwen-brugy \ of 
de hoek van de Nieuwenbrug-steeg. \ [1725?], 4to, pp. (4), 32. 

Improved title of no. 4810, vol. 2. C. 93°52 

Beschryvinge van het Heerlijcke ende Gezegende Landt Gujana. 
See [Keye (Otto)], no. 376J4., vol. 9. c, JCB., nyp. 

Brief betreffende de Plantagien Waterland, Adrichem . . . See 
no. 7860, vol. 2. 

Brief van een S[urinam]s Heer aan een Vriend in Zeeland. See 
no. 7913, vol. 2. 

The Conduct of the Dutch, relating to their Breach of Treaties 
with England. See Clifford (J.), no. 13686, vol. 4, and Conduct, 
no. 15201, vol. 4. London: C. Say, 1760, JCB. London: W. 
Bristow, 1760, c, H., NYP. 93853 

Copies of London issues, 1760, ba., bm. 

Consideratien | van bewinthebberen der gene | rale geoctroy- 
eerde Neder | lantse West-Indische Compagnie | over | de directie 
van de Colonie van Suriname, ende het Gouvernement van | den 
Heer van Sommelsdyck aldaar. | [^Amsterdam? 168—.^] Folio, 
pp. 20. c. 93854 

Caption title. Information from Ernest Kletsch. 

Dagverhaal van eene reis naar Paramaribo en verdere omstreken 
in de kolonie Suriname . . . Amsterdam: C. G. Siilpke. 1842. 8vo, 
pp. vi, 121, (l). c. 93855 

Engraved title page. 

Published anonymously by Gaspard Philippe Charles van Breugel. 

Improved title of no. 7747, vol. 2. 

Ecnige woorden tcr aanprijzing van den Mais-bouw in de Kol- 
onie Suriname. See j Raders (R. F. van)], no. 67410, vol. 16. 
Parnmar'ibo, [1849], bm., sur.kol.bib.,; j' Hage, 1854. SUR. 

KOL.BIB. 



SURINAM. 



335 



Emancipatie door centralisatie. See no, 22396, vol. 6. bm., nyp. 

Attributed to W. H. Lans on the nvp. catalogue card. 

Essai historique sur la colonic de Surinam. See [Nassy (D. 
de la)], no. 51894, vol. 12. c, JCB. 

Also entered with German translations under [Leon (P. de)]. 
Attributed to Nassy in "Bijdragen voor vaderlandsche geschiedenis en oudheid- 
kunde," ser. 5, vol. 6, 1919, pp. 218-233. 

An Essay on the Natural History of Guiana. See [Bancroft 
(Edward)], no. 3106, vol. i, h., nyp. 

Gedachten ten Gunste der Planters en Lands-Ambtenaren te 
Suriname. See [Netscher (P. M.)], no. 52349, vol. 13. bm., 

SUR.KOL.BIB. 

Geschied- en handel-kundig Tafereel. See [Leon (P. de)], 
no. 40088, vol. 10. 

For an attribution to D. de la Nassy, see above, note on Essai historique, of 
which it is a translation. 

Geschiedenis der Kolonie Suriname. See [Leon (P. de)], no. 
40087, vol. 10. bm., c, jcb. 

For an attribution to C. de la Nassy, see above, Essai historique, of which it is a 
translation. 

An Historical and Political View of the Present and Ancient 
State of the Colony of Surinam. See [Fermin (P.)], no. 241 18, 
vol. 6. JCB. 

De Kolonist. See no. 38232, vol. 9. 

Korte aenwijsinge van de bijsondere nuttigheden, die met reden 
te gemoet gesien kunnen worden, uijt de conservatie ende verbe- 
teringen van de Colonie van Suriname. [«• ^.] 168 1. 4to. 

93856 

Title from the catalogue of the Surinaamsche Koloniale Bibliotheek, 1859, p. 13. 
Improved title of no. 38254, vol. 9. 

Korte opmerkingen, omtrent de suikercultuur . . . in de kolonie 
Suriname. See no. 38261, vol. 9. 

Letterlievend genootschaf ^'Oefening kweekt Kcnnis.'* . . . 
Jaarboekje voor het jaar 1856. Uitgeven door het letterlievend 
genootschap: Oefening kweekt kennis, te Paramaribo, 's Graven- 
hage, L. J. Verhoeven. 1856. [Verso of half title:] Gedrukt 
b'tj Gebr. Giiinta d'Albani. i2mo, pp. (8), Ixxv, 105. 

With heading: Suriname. BM., C, NYP., SUR.KOL.BIB. 93857 

Also: ... Jaarboekje voor ... 1857 ... [Same imprint.] 1857. i2mo, pp. xii, 
Ixxiii, 183. BM., c, NYP. The last leaf is folded. 



336 



SURINAM. 



Lettres d'un fils a son pere au sujet du voyage de Surinam. See 
no. 40689, vol. 10. BM. 

Maatschappij van de Protestantsche Surinaamsche Mettray of 
Lustrijk. Statuten van de Maatschappij van de Protestantsche Suri- 
naamsche Mettray op Lustrijk, aan de Beneden-Commewijne. 
Paramaribo. 1857. ^vo. 93858 

Title from the catalogue of the Surinaamsche Koloniale Bibliotheek, 1859, p. 29. 

Naauwkereurige | naamlyst | der | plantagien en gronden, | in 
de I colonie Suriname. | Met aanwyzing van derzelver | plaatsing, | 
eigenaars en administrateurs. | In een Alphabetische Order ge- 
schikt. I Te Amsterdaniy \ By A. van der Kroe en Anth. Cafel, \ 
Boekverkopers op den Dam. 1784. | 4to, pp. 80. nyp. 93859 

Nachricht von Surinam. See no. 51691, vol. 12. 

Newe-Sjalom. Inwijding der nieuv/e synagoge: Newe-Sjalom 
te Surinam. Paramaribo. [1837.] 8vo. EM. 93860 

Noodig berigt aan het publiek, betrekkelijk de bestaande difiFer- 
enten tusschen commissarissen en directeuren van de negotiatie ten 
laste de plantagien Waterland, Adrichem, Palmeneribo en Suri- 
nomombo, gelegen in de colonie Surinamen. Amsterdam,: P. den 
Hcngst en %oon. 1825. 8vo, pp. 16. BM., c. 93861 

Notes sur les Colonies de Surinam et de Demerary. See Guiana, 
no. 29 1 8 I, vol. 7. NYH., NYP. 

Raadgevingen aan de ingezetenen van Suriname. See no. 67383, 
vol. 16. 

Recueil | Van Authenticque | Stukken, | Concernerende het | 
Renfort Troupes, | Door Haar Hoog Moogende in den Jaare 
1774' I gezonden naar | Suriname. | Te Am^sterdam, \ By Pieter 
Mortier, Stads Drukker en Boekverkooper ^ \ in de Warmoesstraatj 
oostzyde, het tweede Hiiis benoorden \ de St. Annastraat. Met 
Privilegie. I 775. | Folio, pp. (2), 74, blank recto, (l). 

The title is repeated on the verso of the last leaf. NYP. 93^62 

Recueil van Egte Stukken en Bewyzen. Sec no. 68458, vol. 16. 

BM., II., NYP. 

Remarques Critiques sur Ic Tableau Historique et Politique de la 
Colonie de Surinam. See no. 69538, vol. 17. 



SURINAM. 337 

Schets om te strekken ten betooge, dat tie vrijstelling der slavcn 
in de kolonie Suriname kan worden tot stand gebragt zonder gelde- 
lijke opoffering. Paramaribo. 1848. 8vo. 938^3 

Title from the catalogue of the Surinaamsche Koloniale Bibliotheck, 1859, p. 25, 
where it is attributed to R. F. van Raders. 

Slaven-emancipatfe en slaven-arbeid in Suriname, door een Gron- 
dergenaar in die kolonie. Leyden. [1858?] 8vo. BM. 93864 

Slavenhouders en slavenvrienden. Een stem uit Suriname, be- 
antwoord door een stem uit Holland. Haarlem. 1857. 8^'"- 

93865 

Title from the catalogue of the Surinaamsche Koloniale Bibliotheek, 1859, p. 26. 

Eene Stem uit Suriname. See no, 91220, vol. 23. sur.k.ol.bib. 

For a reply, see Slavenhouders en slavenvrienden, above. 

Surinaamsche aangelegenheden. Utrecht: Kemknk en Xoon. 
1859. 8vo, pp. 22. 93866 

Title from the "Almanak voor de Nederlandsche West-Indische Bezittingen . . . 
voor . . . i860," pp. 239. 

De Surinaamsche Adressen. \^Am.sterdam? 1858?] 8vo. 

BM. 93867 

"A stricture on an address from certain inhabitants of Surinam to Schimpf, 

the Governor of that Colony, requesting him to recall his resignation of office; and 
on an address on the sr,me subject to the Second Chamber of the States General." — bm. 

De Surinaamische adressen. Utrecht. 1859. 8vo, pp. 37. 

BM. 93868 

Surinaamsche Almanak voor het jaar 1820. te Paramaribo en 
te Amsterdarriy bij E. Beijer en C. G. Sulfke. [18 1 9.] l2mo, 
engraved title and pp. (29), 74, 75*-78*, 75-84, 72. 2 folded 
maps. Continued. BM., c, nyp. 93869 

No issues published for 1822— 1824, 1826, or 1844. — c. 

Surinaamsche I Staatkundige I Almanach I voor den Taare I 
1793. I Door I Charles Brouwn. | Paramaribo \ By TF, P. Wil- 
kens. I [1792.] 8vo, pp. (48), 64, (48), 24, 29. Folded table. 
Continued. H. 93870 

Surinaamsche Koloniale Bibliotheek^ Paramaribo. Catalogus der 
Surinaamsche Koloniale Bibliotheek. ^ Gravenhage, Martiniis 
Nijhoff. 1859. [Verso of title:] Gedrukt bij de gebroeders van 
Cleef. 8vo, pp. vi, (i), verso blank, 60, reglement (4). 

Another edition, Gravenhage, 1862, bm., c. C, NYP. 9387 I 



338 



SURINAM. 



Hct I Surinaamsche | Leeven, | Tooneelschwyse verbeeld | door | 
Don Experientia. | ... | [Paramaribo. 1771.] i6mo, pp. 32. 
Plate. JCB. 93872 

Dedication signed and dated: "Myne Heeren, UEd. Dinnstvaardige Dienaar Don 
Experientia Surinamen den Pnio January. 1771." 
Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Surinaamsche Maatschaffig van Weldadigheld. Verslagen van 
de werkzaamheden en verrigtingen der Surinaamsche Maatschap- 
pij van Weldadigheld [over het jaar 1854]. Paramaribo. 1855. 
8vo. Continued. 93^73 

Title from the catalogue of the Surinaamsche Koloniale Blbliotheek, 1859, p. 29, 
which has some of the issues. Date supplied from a clipping cut from an unidentified 
French bookseller's catalogue. 

Suriname en de regering. Korte vertoogen over het vraagstuk 
van den dag. Amsterdam: C. J. Borleffs. 1 845. 8vo, pp. (8), 
52. C. 93874 

Suriname, in deszelfs tegenwoordigen toestand. Door een in- 
woner aldaar. Amsterdam: C.G.Sulfke. 1823. 8vo, engraved 
title, andpp. xvi, 100, (i). c. 93875 

By E. Beijer, or Beyer. 

Suriname in loose tafereelen en schetsen. See N[agel] (J. H.), 
no. 5 17 14, vol. 12. NYP. 

Synagogue der fortugeesche joodsche gemeente. Beschryving | 
van de | Plechtigheden | nevens de | lofdichten en gebeden, | uit- 
gesproken op het eerste | Jubelfeest. | Van de synagogue der por- 
tugeesche | joodsche gemeente, op de savane | in de colonic | Suri- 
name, I genaamd | zegen en vrede, | Op den I2den van Wyn- 
maand des Jaars mdcclxxxv. | Te Amsterdam. \ By Heridrik 
W'tllcm en Cornells Dronsberg, \ Boekverkoofers of den Dam. \ 
[1785.] 4to, pp. (2), 38, (i), 9, blank recto, (i). 

NYP. 93876 

An introductory note on the verso of the title is signed Joseph Wallach. 
All after p. 38 is in Hebrew. The pp. 9 are numbered in reverse order. 

Vcrslag van den staat van h. Suriname. See [Heeckeren (^Baron 
van)], no. 31226, vol. 8. 

Verslag wegens de rekening en verantwoording der directie. See 
[Wierdels {Mevr. F. L.)]. 

Verslagen over de Lepra te Suriname, ingediend aan het De- 
partcmcnt van Kolonicn, den l6'"» December 1847 en den 5^^ 



SURINAM. 339 

Maart 185 i, door de i^ klasse van het Koninklijk Ned. Instituut. 
Amsterdam hi] Liondonck. 185 I. 93^77 

These reports also appear in the "Tijdschrift voor wis- en natuurkundige weten- 
schappen," vol. 4, p. 240. 

Information from Sijpesteijn's "Beschrijving van Suriname," 1854, p. 282. 

Verzameling van stukken aangaande de Sun'naamsche aangele- 
genheden, thans aanhangig bij de tvi^eede kamer der staten-generaal. 
. . . ^s Gravenhagey Gebroeders Belmjante. Afrit 1 845. [—April 
1846.] 2 vols., 8vo, pp. viii, 129; viii, 183, verbetering (i). 

NYP. 93878 

Verzamelingen van uitgezochte verhandelingen betrefFende den 
landbouw in de kolonie Suriname, opgesteld door het landbouw- 
kundig genootschap: de eengezindheid, gevestigd in de divisie 
Matappika, binnen dezelve Kolonie. AmsterdaTn: bij H. Gartman 
en P. J. Uylenbroek. 1804. 8vo, pp. 128. 93^79 

Title from Teenstra's "De Negerslaven in de kolonie Suriname," 1842, p. 327. 

Het Waere Onderscheyt tusschen Koude en Warme Landen. 
See K[eye] (0[tto]), no. 37673, vol. 9. JCB. 

West-Indie. Bijdragen tot de bevordering van de kennis der 
Nederlandsch West-Indische Kolonien. See Focke (H. C), no. 
24937, ^'o^- 6- NYP. 

The Surrejoinder; or A Short Remonstrance, in behalf of the 
public, against Balance-Masters and Beam-Kickers, for intruding 
into the sanctuary to play their pranks and catch the applause of the 
multitude; "shewing" that both "scales" are too much incumbered 
with vanity and ignorance, to weigh arguments to any advantage. 
By Rt. Hon. Gaskill Buffum, P. C. S. [fseud.] . . . Providence. 
1819. i2mo, pp. II. AAs. 93880 

SuRius (Laurentius). Commentarius rerum in orbe gestarum 
ab a. 1500-1567. Colonio'. 1567. 8vo, pp. lOOO +. 93881 

Title from the Muller catalogue, 1872— 1875, no. 1497, where it is stated that the 
work originally appeared as a sequel to Nauclerus' Memorabilia, 1564. 

The 1 5 86 edition, below, has American references, which probably appear also in 
the earlier editions. 

SuRius. Commenta- | Rivs Brevis Rervm | In Orbe Gestarvm, | 
Ab Anno Salvtis M. D. Vsqve In | Annvm M. d. lxviii. Ex 
Optimis Qvibvsqve, | Scriptoribus congestus, & nunc recens multis 
lo- I cis non parum auctus & locupletatus: | Per F. Lavrentivm Svri- 
vm I Carthusianum. | Cvm Indice Copiosissimo. | Coloniae^ \ Apud 



340 suRius. 

GeruuiniiTn Calenmmy ^ heredes lohannts Quentely \ Anno M. D. 
Lxvill. I Cum Priuileg'w Imperialiin decennium. \ l2mo, pp. 548, 
(27). A— Z, aa— yy in sixes, zz, aaa— bbb in fours, ccc in six. 

BM., BODLEIAN, PRINCETON. 93882 

Title supplied by James T. Gerould. 

SuRius. Commentarius brevis rerum in orbe gestarum . . . 

1500—74. Co/o«/V. 1574. 8vo. BM., BODLEIAN, FAC. ADV. 93883 

SuRius. Commen- | tarivs brevis | rervm in orbe gesta- [ rvm, 
ab anno salvtis M. D. | vsqve in annvm M. D. Lxxilll. | ex optimis 
quibusque Scriptoribus con- | gestus, per F. Lavrentivm | Svrivm 
Carthusianum. | Nunc vero recens ab anno M. d. lxx. auctus, & 
ad I annum M. d. lxxxvi. opera & studio | Michaelis Ab Isselt 
Amorfortij, perductus. | Cum Indice copiosissimo. | Coloniaey 
Afud Geru'mum Calenmmy ^ haredes loannis Quen- | telijy 
Anno M. D. lxxxvi. | Cum gratia ^ priuilegio Im^periali in decen- 
nium. I 8vo, pp. (96), 1 1 99. a-f, A-Z, Aa-Zz, Aaa-Zzz, 
Aaaa-Ffff in eights. BM., c, nyp. 93884 

Several pages are misnumbcred. 

Contains references to Columbus and Vespuccius, and pp. 509-515 relate to Mexico 
and Florida. 

For French and German translations, see Histoire, and Kurtze Chronicle, below. 

SuRius. Exercicios divinos revelados al Venerable Nicolas 
Eschio. Traduzidos de latin en lengua vulgar y explicados por Fr. 
luan Ximenez. Mexico: Francisco Salbago. 16 14. l6mo, pp. 
(32), 351- 93885 

Title from Palau. A copy of this edition is located in the Provincial Library in 
Seville. 

SuRius. Exercicios | divinos, revelados | al venerable Nicolas 
Eschio, I y referidos por Lauren- | cio Surio. | Traduzidos de 
Latin en lengua | vulgar, y explicados por Fr. luan | Ximenez, 
Custodio de la Prouin- | cia de san Juan Bautista de los | Frayles 
Franciscos | Descal^os. | A Dona Maria de Corella, y de | Mendoga] 
Condesa de la | Puebla, &c. | Ario. 1629. | Con ltcc7icia. \ En 
Mexico en la Imprenta de \ Francisco Salbago, en la calle \ de la 
A-zequia. \ i6mo, pp. (32), 352. Frontispiece portrait. 93886 

Title from Medina's "La Imprenta en Mexico," no. 407, a copy located in his own 
library. Palau also mentions two editions published in Spain: Sfv-lle, 1621, and 
Alcald, 1665. 

SuRlus. Histoire ov Commentaires advenues depuis LXX ans 
en ga par toutcs Ics parties du monde . . . mis en frani^. p. J. Estour- 



SURIUS. 341 

neau. Revue, corrig. et augm. Tierce edition. Paris. 1573- 8vo. 

93887 

A French translation of Commentarivs, above. Title from a clipping from an 
I unidentified French bookseller's catalogue. 

SuRius. Kurtze Chronicle oder Beschreibung der vornembstcn 
handeln und Geschichten, so sich beide in Religions und weltlichen 
sachen, fast in der gantzen Welt zugetragen, vom jar ... 15 00 
biss auff das jar 1568 . . . trewlich verteutscht durch H. Fabricium 
Aquensem. Coin: G. Calenius und Erben J. Quentels, 1 568. 
Folio, pp. 377. BM. + Collen: H. von Ach. 1576. 2 pts., 8vo. 

A German translation of Commentarivs, above. BM. 93880 

Surprising Accounts of the Revival of Religion. See Woodward 
(William W.). 

The Surprising Adventures of Bampfylde Pvloore Carew, King 
of the Beggars containing his Life a Dictionary of the Cant Lan- 
guage and many entertaining particulars of that extraordinary Man. 
A new^ Edition corrected & much improved. Printed for W. Salter. 
Tiverton, and Sold by Crosby^s ^ 0° hondon and the Booksellers 
in Exeter Taunton Sherborne Frome Salisbury ^ Plymouth ^ Dock. 
1812. [Colophon:] Printed by Harnblin and Seyfang, Queen- 
street, Cheapside. i2mo, engraved title, and pp. 288. Frontispiece 
portrait and 2 plates. BM., nyp., Stanford u., y. + London: 
C. Courtier; . . . 1 845. l6mo, pp. 256, including frontispiece. 

c. 93889 

For an edition, London, [1749], and a number of other issues, with varying titles, 
see [Goadby (Robert)], no. 27615, vol. 7, and note. 

The authorship has been variously ascribed to Thomas Goadby, Thomas Price, and 
Carew, himself. See Diet. Nat. Biog. 

Surprising Adventures of Four Russian Sailors. See Spitzbergen, 
no. 89544, vol. 23. 

The Surprising Adventures of John Roach. See below, The 
Surprizing Adventures. 

The Surprising | Life and Death | of | Dr. John Faustus, d.d 
commonly called | the History of the | the Devil and Dr. Faustus 
To which is now added the | Necromancer, | or, | Harlaquin Doctor 
Faustus; | as performed at the | Theatres. | Truly Translated from 
the Original Copies. | Printed at Worcester. \ 1795. | i2mo, 
pp. (2), 5-143 (mispaged 144). Frontispiece. 

AAS., BM., NYP. 93890 
As this chap book was not advertised in Thomas's "Massachusetts Spy," in the 
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year 179S, it seems probable that it was not printed by his firm, by his son, or by 
Leonard Worcester who was associated with Thomas in business. James R. Hutchins, 
the only other independent printer in Worcester in that year, was presumably re- 
sponsible for it. 

A Surprising Narrative of a Young Woman, discovered in a 
Rocky Cave, after having been taken by the savage Indians of the 
wilderness in the year 1777. Netv-York: [1787.] i2mo, pp. 9. 

93891 

Title from Evans, who locates no copy. An edition of this narrative was adver- 
tised in the May 21, 1787, issue of the "Middlesex Gazette," printed by Woodward 
and Green, in Middletown, with title as follows: 

An Account of A beautiful Young Lady, who was taken by the Indians and lived 
in the Woods Nine Years, and then was providentially returned to her Parent, &c. 

Either this Middletown issue or the New York edition may have been the first, but 
in Benjamin West's "Bickerstaff's Almanack, for ... 1788," Norwich: Printed by 
J. Trumbull, AAS., CHS., newberrv, nyh., nyp., which was probably printed in 
October, 1787, is a third edition for that year. It forms the last three leaves of the 
almanac, and is signed, "Abraham Panther," probably a pseudonym. It has the 
caption: 

A surprising account of the Discovery of a Lady who was taken by the Indians 
in the year 1777, and after making her escape, she retired to a lonely Cave, where 
she lived nine years. 

The narrative is probably fictitious. 

For a reprint of the edition printed in "Bickerstaff's Almanack," supplemented by 
extracts from the Brookfield edition, 1800, and with a bibliographical introduction 
by R. W. G. Vail, see the "American Book Collector," vol. 2, 1932, pp. 165—172. 

The following list of editions with varying titles is arranged chronologically. 

A Very | Surprising Narrative, | of a | Young Woman, I discov- 
ered in a I Rocky-Cave, | after having been taken by the | Savage 
Indians of the Wilderness, | in the year 1777, | and seeing no Hu- 
man Being for the space of nine years. | In a letter from a Gentle- 
man to his Friend. | (Fifth Edition.) | New-York. \ Printed for 
the Purchasers. \ [1790?] i2mo, pp. II. c, whs. 93892 

Signed, "Abraham Panther." Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

A Very | Surprising Narrative | of a | Young Woman, | who 
was I Discovered in a rocky Cave; | after having been taken by 
the I Savage Indians of the Wilderness, | in the year 1777, | And 
seeing no human being for the space of | nine long years. | In a 
Letter from a gentleman to his friend. | Printed by Alden Sfooner \ 

At his office in Windsor | M.DCC.xciv. | l2mo, pp. 1 1. 

WHS. 93893 

Signed, "Abraham Panther." Title from a copy at the Dauber and Pine Bookshops 
in New York, June, 1931. 

The WHS. copy lacks the last leaf. 

This is probably the edition described by Evans, no. 27471, with the title: An 
Extraordinary Account of a Young Woman . . . 

A Very Surprising Narrative of a Young Woman, discovered in 
a Rocky-Cave; after having been taken by the Savage Indians of 



SURPRISING NARRATIVE. 343 

the Wilderness, in the Year 1777, and seeing no human being for 
the space of nine years. In a Letter from a Gentleman to his Friend. 
Second Windsor Edition. [Windsor:] Printed by ALden Spooner 

. . . 1794. l6m0, pp. 12. F.C.DEERING, 93894 

Title from the catalogue of the G. W. Paullin sale at the American Art Association, 
April 2—3, 1929, lot no. 1293. The same copy apparently was sold at the George 
Manierre sale at the same auction rooms, Jan. 15—16, 1925, lot no. 311. 

A Surprising Narrative of a Young Woman who was discovered 
in a Cave. After having been taken from her companions by the 
savage Indians. Second Windsor Edition. Windsor: Printed by 
Alden Spooner. 1795. 93^95 

Title from Evans, no. 29276. "Perhaps same as above edition. Entry probably 
taken from an advertisement published in 1795 for an unsold remainder of the above 
edition or for a reprint of it with the 1795 date." See Vail's article, referred to above. 

A very | Surprising Narrative | of a | Young Woman, I Who 
was discovered in the gloomy Mansion of a | Rocky Cave ! | After 
having been taken from her Companion by the | Savage Indians of 
the Wilderness, | in the Year 1787, | And seeing no human Being 
for the space of 9 Years. | (In a Letter from a Gentleman to his 
Friend.) | Third Windsor Edition. | [Windsor y Vt.] Printed by 
Alden Spooner, 1 7 96, and for sale at his Ojfice. \ {l^^Price — 
four cents.) \ l2mo, pp. II. heh. 93896 

Signed: "Abraham Panther." Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

The third Windsor edition, 1796, with the same title, is listed in the ms. catalogue 
in AAS. of the library of H. F. DePuy, with the collation: i2mo, pp. 9, and blank (i). 

Advertised as "Just published, and now selling at this Office, the 3d Windsor 
Edition," in "Spooner's Vermont Journal," printed and published by Alden Spooner, 
in the issue of June 3, 1796. No advertisements of 1794 and 1795 editions, listed 
by Evans, have been found in the a.'\s. files of Spooner's paper. 

A Very surprising narrative of a young woman, who was dis- 
covered in a rocky cave; after having been taken by the savage 
Indians of the wilderness, in the year 1777, and seeing no human 
being for the space of nine years. Greenfield: Printed by Thomas 
Dickman. 1796. 93897 

Title from Evans, no. 30956, probably taken from an advertisement. 

A Very surprising narrative of a young woman discovered in a 
rocky cave; after having been taken by the Indians, in the year 
1777, and seeing no human being for the space of nine years. In 
a letter from a gentleman to his friend. Putney, ( Vermont) : 
Printed [by Cornelius Sturtevant jun. &' Co.] for the Purchaser. 
M,DCC,xcvil. l2mo, pp. 12. + Rutland: Printed by Josiah Fay. 
1797. 93898 

Titles from Evans, nos. 32637—32638. 



344 



SURPRISING NARRATIVE. 



The Putney edition is advertised in Sturtevant's Putney "Argus," in the issue for 
February 19, 1798. 

The Rutland edition is advertised in a list of books "just from the Press and 
for sale at this Office," in the "Rutland Herald," printed by Josiah Fay, the issue 
for June 12, 1797. 

A Very Surprising | Narrative | of [a] | Young Woman | Who 
vv^as discovered in a rocky Cave, | after having been taken by | The 
Savage Indians of the Wilderness, | in the year 1 777, | And seeing 
no human being for the space of | nine years. | In a Letter from a 
Gentleman to his Friend. | Printed and sold at the Printing Office 
in I Augusta. \ [1798?] i2mo, pp. 12. f.c.deering. 93899 

Signed: Abraham Panther. 

Peter Edes, printer of the "Kennebeck Intelligencer," published his paper with the 
imprint, Hallowell, from 1795 to March 18, 1797. At about this time, the town was 
divided and the northern part was called Harrington. In June of the same year the 
name was again changed to Augusta, which name appears in the imprint of the 
"Intelligencer" beginning with the issue of June 30. In July, 1799, the place of 
publication is again called Hallowell. See Brigham's "Bibliography of American 
Newspapers" in Am. Antiq. Soc. "Proceedings," vol. 24, 1914, p. 419. 

Title from a facsimile included in the catalogue for the Braislin sale at the Ander- 
son Galleries, March 21-22, 1927, lot no. 1015. 

A I Surprising Narrative | of a | Young Woman | discovered 
in I a Cave | in the | Wilderness, | after having been taken | by the 
Savage Indians, j and seeing no human being for the | space of nine 
years. | In a | Letter. | By a Gentleman to his Friend. | Leorrunster :\ 
Printed jor Chapman Whitcomb, | By Charles Prentiss. | [1799?] 

I2mo, pp. 12. AAS., F.C.DEERING. 93900 

Signed: Abraham Panther. 

The pamphlet was probably printed between 1795 and 1799. Charles Prentiss 
began printing in Leominster at the first date, and his second newspaper, the 
"Political Focus," apparently ceased publication in December, 1799. The last number 
located is that for Dec. 5. It was succeeded on Jan. 2, 1800, by the "Telescope," 
published by Adams and Wilder. On Sept. 9, 1801, Prentiss's name appeared on the 
imprint of the "Washington Federalist," Georgetown, D. C. See Brigham's 
"Bibliography of American Newspapers," in Am. Antiq. Soc. "Proceedings," vol 23, 
1913, p. 351, and vol. 25, 191 5, pp. 419-420. Clark in his "Notes on Chapman 
Whitcomb," 191 1, p. 14, states that except for what appears to be a second edition 
of the "Narrative of the Captivity of John Vandike," 1801, probably the date of 
none of the Whitcomb chap-books can be fixed nearer than "about 1800." 

A Very Surprising Narrative of a Young Woman who was dis- 
covered in a Cave, after having been taken by the Indians in the 
year 1777, And seeing no Human Being for the space of Nine Years. 
In a letter from a Gentleman to his Friend. Misfortunes Con- 
stantly await the Human Race. Bennington, (Vermont) Printed 
hy Collier & Siockwell, iSoo. l2mo, pp. 12. 93901 

Title supplied by Harold G. Rugg. 



SURPRISING NARRATIVE. 345 

A Very Surprising Narrative of a Young Woman, Discovered 
in a Rocky Cave. After having been Taken by the Savage Indians 
of the Wilderness, In the year 1777. And seeing no human being 
for the space of nine years. In a Letter from a Gentleman to his 
Friend. Brook field, December I'ioo. l2mo, pp. 12. aas., c. 93902 

Signed: Abraham Panther. 

A Very Surprising Narrative of a Young Woman, who was dis- 
covered in the Gloomy Mansion of a Rocky Cave! After having 
been taken from her Companion by the Savage Indians of the 
Wilderness, in the year 1787, and seeing no Hunan [sic] Being 
for the space of nine years. In a Letter from a Gentleman to his 
Friend. New-Haven: Printed jor every Purchaser. 1 802. l2mo, 

pp.10. C, F.C.DEERING. 93903 

A Newberry, Aver, copy lacking the title page, i2mo, pp. 3—10, may be of this 
edition. 

A very surprising narrative of a young woman, who was dis- 
covered in a Rocky Cave! After having been taken by the Indians, 
in the year 1787. And seeing no human being for the space of nine 
years. In a letter from a Gentleman to his Friend. [«./>.] Printed 
in the year 1S12. i2mo,pp. II. newberry. 93904 

Title supplied by George B. Utley. 

A Very Surprising Narrative, of a Young Woman, discovered 
in a Rocky-Cave; After having been taken by the Savage Indians, 
of the Wilderness; In the year 1777. And seeing no human being 
for the space of nine years. In a Letter from a Gentleman to his 
Friend. Printed at Jajfrey, N H. \^by Salmon Wilder^ . [ i 8 1 4 ."^ ] 

I2mo, pp. 12. F.C.DEERING^ HEH., NEWBERRY. 93905 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

The only printer mentioned in Cutter's "History of the Town of Jaffrey," 1881, 
is Salmon Wilder. By referring to the card file at nyp. of imprints arranged by 
place, we find that he could not have carried on his trade there for more than four 
years. In August, 1812, he printed T. T. Barton's "Fast Sermon" in Leominster, 
Mass.; in 1 81 3 he printed Samuel Litch's "Concise Treatise of Rhetoric" at JatTrey; 
and, in August, 18 16, he printed an edition of Noah Worcester's "Solemn Re.iSDns" 
in New Ipswich, N. H. 

A Surprizing Account of an old hermit lately discovered in 
America; to which is added, an elegant engraved typographical 
plate, containing the hermit, and the travellers who discovered him 
. . . Middletown: Printed and sold by Woodward and Green. 
1786. -{-New-Haven: Printed by Daniel Bowen. 1786. 93906 

By James Buckland and John Fielding. See Evans, no. 19527. 
Titles from Evans, nos. 19529 and 19530. 



346 



SURPRIZING ADVENTURES. 



The I Surprizing | Adventures j of | John Roach, | Mariner, | 
of I Whitehaven. | Containing | A genuine Account of his cruel 
Treatment during | a long Captivity amongst the Indians, | and j 
Imprisonment by the Spaniards, in South America, | With | His 
Miraculous Preservation and Delive- | ranee by Divine Provi 
dence, | And | Happy Return to the Place of his Nativity, | After 
Being Thirteen Years amongst his inhuman Enemies. | Liverpool: 
Printed by J. Scho field, in Princess-Street. \ m,dcc,lxxxv. [ Price 
Six-Pence. \ i2mo, pp. 6o. hisp.soc.amer. 93907 

Signed: John Roach. 

For a Whitehaven [Eng.] edition, fi. d. 1784? see Roach (J.), no. 71709, vol. 17. 

AAS., C. 

The Surprising Adventures ] of ] John Roach, ] Mariner, | of | 
Whitehaven. | Containing | A genuine Account of his cruel Treat- 
ment during | a long Captivity amongst the savage Indians, and | 
Imprisonment by the Spaniards in South America. | With ] His 
miraculous Preservation and Deliverance by ] Divine Providence; 
and happy Return to the place | of his Nativity, after being thirteen 
years amongst | his inhuman enemies. | Dumjries: Printed by 
Robert Jackson, 1788. | {Price Six-Pence.) \ 8vo, pp. 62. 

Title from a photostat in nyp. HEH. 93908 

For other editions, see our entries under Rhodes (J.), nos. 70763—70764, vol. 17, 
Neu) York, 1798, c, NEWBERRY, NYP., Newark, 1 799, c, nev^'berry, nyp. 

The I Surprizing Appearance [ of a | Ghost, | With the Message 
he brought from I the unseen and eternal World: I being I A brief 
Paraphrase and Improvement, | (agreeable to our Time and Day) | 
on the 4th Chap, of Job, the 13th, i^th^ i^th^ | i6th^ 17th, 1 8th, igth^ 
20'h & 21^' Verses; | Viz. | I. On the Appearance of a Spirit to 
Eliphaz: | 11. On the Holiness and Justice of God, and the | Pride 
and Imperfection of Man: (Ver. 17.) | III. On the Distrust of 
God toward his rational | Creatures, more especially Man. (Ver. 
18, 19.) I IV. On the Destruction of Man, occasioned by | Mor- 
tality: (Ver. 20.) V. On the Excellency of Man; and it's De- 
fects, I without true Wisdom: (Ver. 21.) | VI. A Poem on the 
Day of Judgment: | VII. Another, on the transcendent Joys of | 
Heaven. | Boston: Printed by Foivle and Drafer, \ and to be Sold 
at their Printing-Ofice in \ Marlborough-Street. \ 1 759. | l2mo, 
pp. 23. HEH. 93909 

In verse. Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Surprizing yet real and true Voyages and Adventures of Mon- 
sieur Pierre Viaud. See Viaud (Pierre.). 



SURRA. 



347 



Una Surra al Presidario Francisco Ivar el Falsario. [Colophon :] 
Mexico Octubre 5 de 1832. Inipre7ita Liberal Calle friniera de las 
Damas accesoria letra C contigua al numero 7, a cargo del ciudadano 
Tiburcio Diaz del Castillo. l6mo, pp. 4. Y. 939 10 

Caption title. 

Signed, "El Payo del Rosario," a pseudonym of Pablo de Villavicenclo, according 
to Anne S. Pratt. 

Surrender | of | seven eighth Parts | of | Carolina, | from Lord 
Carteret | to His Majesty. | [n. f. 1 744.] 4to, pp. (2), 22. 

c.,jCB. 93911 

The text begins: "This Indenture made the Seventeenth Day of September, ... in 
the Year of our Lord 1744." 

Information supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 
Improved title of no. 10979, vol. 3. 

SuRTEES (Scott Frederick). Emigrants' Letters from Canada 
and South Australia. See no. 22488, vol. 6. bm. 

SuRTEES. (W[illiam] E[dward]). Recollections of North 
America, in 1849-50-51. By W. E. Surtees, D. C. L. [London. 

1852.] 8vo, pp. 24, (2), 25-53. BA., BM., C, M. 93912 

On p. 53: "(From the New Monthly Magazine [vol. 94, 1852, pp. 1-22, 208- 
235].)" 

A I Survey | of | Man, | from the | Cradle, | to the | Grave. | A 
Poem. I ... I New-Haven: | Printed by J . Parker y and Comf. 
1760. I 8vo, pp. 16. c, M. -|- Middletown : Printed by Wood- 
ward and Green. 1789. 93913 

Information concerning the Middletown edition from Evans. 

Survey of the Isthmus of Tehuan tepee. See Garay (J. de), no. 

26549, vol. 7. AAS., BA., NYP. 

Caption title: "Report of the Survey of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec . . . under 
the direction of the Engineer, Signer Gaetano Moro." 

Survey of the State of Education, aristocratic and popular, and 
of the General Influences of Morality and Religion. Inscribed to 
Thomas Chalmers, d.d., Professor of Moral Philosophy in the 
University of St. Andrew's. . . . Wheeling: E. W. &' L. D. 
Newtony Printers, Main Street. 1833. 8vo, pp. 35. 

C, CU., HEH. 93914 
In the preface, "Address to the People of the United States," it is stated that the 
"treaties" is "taken from the late work of E. L. Bulwar." 

A Survey of Trade. See [Wood (William)]. 

SuRViLLlER (Charlotte [Julie Bonzparte^ ), comtesse de. Vues 
Pittoresques de I'Amerique dessinees par la Comtcsse Charlotte de 



348 SUSANNA. 

Survillier. [«./>•] 1824. [Lithograph illustration with inscrip- 
tion:] M. Staplaux Lith. de Jobard. Royal 8vo, title page and 12 
plates. NYP. 93915 

The title page depicts an Indian maiden, standing by a slab, which bears the 
names of Washington and Franklin. 

Each of the twelve following plates has the inscription: Charlotte del. 

For a list of the views, see the catalogue of the Stickney sale at Libbie's, March Z2 
and 23, 1910, lot no. 60, no. 61 being an 1825 edition with eleven views, litho- 
graphed by "Joubert." The nyp. copy was bought at this sale. The plates and title 
page are mounted on oblong folio leaves, and bound in russia. 

Susanna Beckerin, | Ward an das Licht dieser | Welt gebohren,] 
Den 30sten November, 1754. | Und machte einen Bund eines 
guten I Gewissens mit ihrem Gott, durch | die heilige Tauffe, auf 
ihren Glau- | ben, nach dem Zeugniss der heilsa- | men Lehre, der 
heiligen | Apostel. | Den 3ten September, 1769. | Der Herr wolle 
ihr geben getreu | in selbigem Gnaden-Bund zu | beharren bis an 
ein seliges j Ende. I [n. ^. 1769.] 1 2mo broadside. nyp. 93916 

Possibly printed in Germantown. The nyp. copy is pasted at the end of "Das 
Kleine Davidische Psalterspiel," Germantown, 1764. 

The Suspected Daughter, ^ee T. (T.), jun. 

The Suspending Power of the Writ of Habeas Corpus. See 
[Johnston (James F.)], no. 36368, vol. 9. B., ba., c, nyp. 

Suspiria Vinctorum. See [Mather (Cotton)], no. 46535, vol. 

I I. AAS., B., C.J H., M. 

Suspiros espirituales, descansos del Alma, y Jacvlatorias devotas, 
para disponer la vida a una buena muerte, y muy proprias para 
ayudar en la muerte, a los que salen de la vida . . . Con licencia en 
Mexico J for la viuda de Bernardo Calderon, ano de 167 I. 939 1 7 

Title from Medina's description of a Puehla, 1725, edition in his "Diccionario de 
anonimos y seudonimos hispanoamericanos," 1925, where the work is attributed to 
D. Juan de Palafox y Mendoza. 

Susquehanna and Delaware Canal and Rail Road Com- 
pany, Pa. An Act authorizing the Governor to incorporate the 
Susquehanna and Delaware Canal and Rail Road Company. New- 
York: Printed by Williatn A . Mercc'in ^ Son. 1835. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., cu., NYP. 93918 

Susquehanna and Delaware Railroad. Report on the 
Survey of a Route for the proposed Susquehanna and Delaware 
Rail-road; from Pittston on the Susquehanna, through the centre 
of the Lackawaniiack coal formation in Luzerne, and extending 
through parts of Pike and Northampton Counties, Pennsylvania, to 



SUSQUEHANNA. 349 

the Delaware River, at the Water Gap. With an estimate of its 
cost. By Ephraim Beach, Esq., Civil Engineer. With Preliminary 
Observations, a Correct Map and Profile of the Line, Acts of the 
Legislature of Pennsylvania, and additional Statements and Re- 
marks, by the Pennsylvania Commissioners. New-York: EUnn 
BlisSyNo. Ill, Broadzvay. 1832. [Verso of title:] New-York: 
Ludivig <y Tolefree, Printers, cor?ier of Vesey and Grrrmvich 
streets. 8vo, pp. 38, 16. Folded map. aas., nyp. 93919 

Susquehanna and Lehigh Canal Company, Pa. Remarks 
on the advantages of the proposed Susquehanna and Lehigh Canal. 
See no. 69433, vol. 16. ba., bureau rail.econ., nyh. 

Susquehanna and Tide Water Canal Companies, Md. 
Acts of incorporation and the supplements thereto, by the legislatures 
of Pennsylvania and Maryland, in reference to the Susquehanna and 
Tide Water Canal Companies; also, the act of incorporation and 
the supplements thereto, passed by the legislature of Maryland in 
reference to the old Susquehanna Canal, extending from near the 
Maryland line to Port Deposite, in Cecil County, Maryland. Bal- 
timore: Printed by Bull ^ Tuttle, N. W . corner of Gay and 
Baltimore streets. 1839. 8vo, pp. 71. 

bureau rail.econ., hsp., nyp. 93920 

Appended to the bureau rail.econ. copy is the memorial of Jan. 21, 1839, and 
to the Nvp. copy the memorial of March 11, 1839, the two following titles. Both 
copies appear to have been issued thus. 

Susquehanna and Tide Water Canal. [Baltijuore. 1839.] 8vo, 

pp.8. BUREAU rail. ECON. 93921 

Caption title. The text begins: "The following memorial was presented to the 
City Council of Baltimore, on the 2ist January, 1859, and referred to the joint com- 
mittee on internal improvements ..." 

The BUREAU RAIL.ECON. copy is bound following the "Acts of Incorporation," 
above, and was probably issued with it. 

Information supplied by Edmund A. Freeman. 

Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal. [Baltimore. 1839.] 8vo, 
pp. 6. cu., nyp. 93922 

Caption title. Text begins: "The Memorial of the undersigned committee of the 
Board of Managers of the Susquehanna and Tide Water Canal Companies ... re- 
spectfully represents ..." Dated at end: "Baltimore, March nth, 1839." 

The NYP. copy is bound following the "Acts of Incorporation," above, and was 
probably issued with it. 

Susquehanna and Tide Water Canal. Annual Report of the 
President and Managers, submitted to the Stockholders of the Sus- 
quehanna Canal Company, at their annual meeting, held at Phila- 



350 SUSQUEHANNA. 

delphia, May 13, 1839. Baltimore: Printed by Bull &' Tuttlcy 
N. W. corner of Baltimore and Gay streets. 1 839. 8vo, pp. 12. 
Continued. hsp. 93923 

Susquehanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad and Coal 
Company, Pa. Charter and By-Laws of the Susquehanna and 
Wyoming Valley Railroad and Coal Company, at Scranton. i860. 
New York: Baker £s? Godwinj Printers, Printing-House Square y 
of fosite City Hall. i860. 8 vo, pp. 15, including illustration. 

cu., NYP. 93924. 

Susquehanna Canal. \^n. f. 1836?] 8vo, pp. 8. cu. 93925 

Caption title. Text begins; At a meeting of sundry citizens of Harford County 
[Md.], held at Havre de Grace on the zsth day of January, 1836, to consider the 
Report made by a committee of the citizens of Port Deposite, in relation to the 
proposed Canal from Columbia to tide ... it was resolved, that a committee of five 
persons be appointed to prepare a statement in reply to said report:" 

Signed by Howes Goldsborough and four others. 

Susquehanna Canal Company. Reasons why the Supplement 
to the Act incorporating the Susquehanna Canal Company, should 
pass. By a Committee of the Company. Harrisburg: Printed by 
Theo.Fenn. 1836. 8vo, pp. 8. t.w.streeter. 93926 

Title supplied by Thomas W. Streeter. 

Report of the Governor and Directors, to the Proprietors of the 
Susquehanna Canal, at their semi-annual meeting held in the City 
of Baltimore, October 25th, 1802. Baltimore^ Printed by Warner 
& Hanna. 1802. 8vo, pp. 22. 

HSP., NYH., NYP., T.W.STREETER. 93927 
Title supplied by Thomas W. Streeter. 

Susquehanna Canal Company. Proceedings of Special Meetings 
of Stockholders & Bondholders. December 2 1st and 30th, 1858: 
and Report of Committee, appointed to investigate the company's 
affairs. Philadelfhia: Inquirer Printing Office. 1859. 8vo, pp. 13. 

HSP. 93928 

Susquehanna Canal to Tide. '[Philadelphia. 1 835.] 8vo, pp. 20. 

Caption title. C. 93929 

Dated: Philadelphia, November 27, 1835. 
Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Susquehanna Coal and Coal Mountain Company, Pa. 
The Charter and By-Laws of the Susquehanna Coal and Coal 
Mountain Company with Reports on their coal lands, together with 
a Synopsis and Supplementary Remarks. Philadelfhia: Mc Laugh- 



SUSQUEHANNA. 251 

lin Brothers, Printers, Bulletin Building, 50 South Third St. 1 853. 
8vo, pp. (2), 5-42. Folded map, and table. c, nyp. 93930 

Susquehanna Coal Company, Pa. Report on the Susque- 
hanna Coal Company's lands, Northumberland County, Penn. 
New York: Narine &' Co., printers. No. 21 Wall Street. 1 85 1. 
Svo, pp. 28. Folded chart. whs. 93931 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Susquehanna Rail Road Company, Pa. An Act to Incor- 
porate the Susquehanna Rail Road Company. New York: Printed 
by Wm. A. Mercein and Son, 240 Pearl Street. 1 835. Svo, pp. 13. 

AAS., CU., NYP. 93932 

First annual report of the president and directors of the Susque- 
hanna Railroad Co. accompanied by the report of the Chief Engi- 
neer, made January, 1854. Harrisburg,Pa.: "Democratic Union^^ 
Steam Power-Press. 1854. Svo, pp. 33. Folded map. 

HSP., NYH., NYP., T.W.STREETER. 93933 

Report of the CoxUmittee composing the Delegation, appointed 
by the Citizens of Baltimore, to the Susquehanna Railroad Conven- 
tion, held at Sunbury, Pennsylvania, May 20th, 185 I : now repub- 
lished, with a map . . . Baltimore: "The Printing Office," Sun 
Iron Building. 1852. Svo, pp. 16. Map. t.w.streeter. 93934 

Title supplied by Thomas W. Streeter. 



Susquehanna River. A 
hanna, I with I Observations 



Description | of the | River Susque- 
on the I Present State of its Trade 
and Navigation, | and their | Practicable and probable Improve- 
ment. I Illustrated with a Map and an Appendix. | Philadelphia: \ 
Printed by Xachariah Paulson, Junior, \ Number Eighty, Chcsnut- 
Street. \ 1796. | Svo, pp. (4), 60. Folded frontispiece map. 

AAS., BA., C, M., NYP. 93935 
Attributed to [Jonathan W.] Condy in Breck's "Sketch of the Internal Improve- 
ments . . . made by Pennsylvania," 2nd ed., 181 8, p. 44. 

The I Susquehannah [ Case. | [Norwich: Green and Spooner. 

1774.] 4tO, pp. 24. AAS., BA., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 93936 

Prepared by Governor Jonathan Trumbull, and printed to accompany the "Report 
of the Commissioners appointed by the General Assembly," Norwich, 1774, no. 
15685, vol. 4. See Stuart's "Life of Jonathan Trumbull," 1878, chap. 11. 

Reprinted in Conn. "Public Records," vol. 14, 1887, pp. 445-460. 

The I Susquehannah Title | stated and examined ] in a series of | 
[15] Numbers. | First published in the | Western Star, | and now 
re-published, in this form, for the | benefit of the public in general, 



352 SUSQUEHANNAH. 

and I all persons concerned in | particular. | Printed in Catskill, by 
Mackay Croswell. \ 1796. | 8vo, pp. 1 15. 

AAS,, BA., C, H., JCB., NYH., NYP., P., UTS., Y. 93937 

By Barnabas Bidwell. "An anonymous legal and historical examination of the 
claim of Connecticut to the Wyoming Valley, deciding in her favor." — Dexter's Yale 
Graduates, vol. 4, 1907, p. 389. The first eleven numbers appeared in "Andrew's 
Western Star" of Stockbridge, from May 31 to Sept. 19, 1796. 

A reprint, edited by J. P. Boyd, with a facsimile of the title page, appears in the 
Wyoming Hist, and Geol. Soc. "Proceedings and Collections," vol. 20, 1929, pp. 
103—217. An appendix of correspondence relating to the dispute forms pp. 218—243 
in the same volume. 

Inserted in the aas. copy is the following broadside: Copy of a Letter, | From the 
Honorable Cyrus Griffin, Esquire, one of the | members of the Court of Commis- 
sioners, held at Trenton, | for the decision of the controversy between Pennsylvania 1 
and Connecticut, to Barnabas Bidwell, Esquire, of | Stockbridge. | WiUiamsburgh, 
September 15, 1796. | . . . | Printed in Catskill. [1796.] Folio broadside. Written 
in a contemporary hand is the note: "This Letter was read after the Pamphlet was 
Put to the Press." Title from a photostat in nyp. of the heh. copy., the aas. copy 
being mutilated. The letter is reprinted in Wyoming Hist, and Geol. Soc. "Pro- 
ceedings and Collections," vol. 20, 1929, pp. 220—221. 

SusQUEHANNAH COMMISSIONERS. Report of the Susquehannah 
Commissioners. Baltimore: Printed by William Wooddy. 1 825. 
Svo, pp. 12, (2), 8. AAS. 93938 

Inserted (?) in the aas. copy is the following broadside: To the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore. The Commissioners appointed by an Act of the Legislature of 
Maryland, passed at December session, 1821, Chap. 51, entitled "An Act for the 
Improvement of the Navigation of the River Susquehannah," beg leave to Report, 
. . . Signed, Isaac M'Kim. Wm. H. Winder. J. W. Patterson. Wm. Howard. 
Tho. Ellicott. Baltimore, January 20th 1824. [Baltimore. 1824.] 

Title supplied by the Aldine Book Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sussex County, N. J. The First Sussex Centennary [sic]. 
5^^Edsall (B. B.) no. 21874, vol. 6. 

AAS., B., C, M., NYP., PRINCETON, Y. 93939 

Imprint on the cover title of the nyp. copy: Newark: Published by A. L. 
Dennis & Brother. 1854. 

District Medical Society. Rules and Regulations of the District 
Medical Society, for the county of Sussex; passed at the anniver- 
sary meeting, April 19, 1 830. Newton^ N. J. Printed by John H. 
Hall. 1847. ^^Oj cover title and pp. 7. nyam. 93940 

Also: By Laws, Newton, i860, nyam. 

Sussex Emigrants. Letters from ... See [Sockett (Thomas)], 
editor. 

Sussex Iron Company, N. J. Sussex Iron Company. [Report 
of the president and directors.] [«./>. 1853.] 8vo, pp. 20. 

Caption title. NYP. 9394 I 



SUTCLIFF. 353 

Sustos a los regatones. Dialogo del Conpadre [sic] y su amigo. 
[Colophon:] Mexico: 1820. Oficina dc Don Alexandra V aides. 
4to, pp. 7. BA., Y. 93942 

Title from Medina's "La Imprenta en Mexico," no. 11836. 

SuTCLiFF (Robert). Travels in some parts of North America, 
in the years 1 804, 1 805, & 1 806, by Robert Sutcliff. York: Printed 
by C. Peacocky at the Courant-Offlcey for W. Alexander, and sold 
by him; also by Darton, Harvey , and Darton, No. 55, Grace- — ' / 
Church-Street, and Wm. Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 
London. 1811. i2mo, pp. xi, 293. 6 plates, bm., bodleian, c, 
CU., FAC.ADV.j HEH., NYP., UTEx. + Philadelphia: Published by 
B. & T. Kite, No. 20, North Third Street. 18 12. i2mo, pp. ix, 
289. Frontispiece. b., ba., bm., minnhs., nyh., nyp., p., 
PRINCETON, UP., UTS., WHS. + Second edition, improved. York: 
Printed for W. Alexander, and sold by him; also by Darton, 
Harvey, and Darton; Wm. Phillips; and Longm,an, Hurst, and 
Co. London. 18 15. [Verso of title:] Printed by W. Hargrove, 
and Co. Herald-Office, York. l2mo, pp. 312. 6 plates, aas., BM., 
BODLEIAN, c, H., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. + Second Edition, im- 
proved. London: Darton, Harvey i^ Co. 1817? l2mo, pp. 325. 

93943 

Information concerning the last edition listed from the "Monthly Review," 2nd 
ser., vol. 84, 1817, p. 56. 

SuTCLiFFE (Joseph). Short Memoirs of Thomas Coke, l.l.d. 
By the Rev. Joseph Sutcliff e. Nexv-York: Published by Daniel 
Hitt and Thomas Ware, for the Methodist connexion in the United 
States. John C. Totten, printer. 1815. i2mo, pp. 36. 

NYH. 93944 

SuTCLiFFE (Thomas). Account of the Earthquake that oc- 
curred on the Island of Juan Fernandez and Talcahuana, 1835. 
London. 1 839. 8vo. 5 plates. 93945 

Title from J. R. Smith's "Bibliotheca Americana," 1853, no. 3033. 

[Sutcliffe]. Crusoniana; or. Truth versus Fiction, eluci- 
dated in a history of the islands of Juan Fernandez. By the retired 
governor of that colony. . . . Manchester: Published by the author. 
Printed by P. Grant, I, Pall Mall, Market Street. 1 843. 8vo, 
added engraved title and pp. vi, (2), 213, errata (i), appendix 
(4), 3-15, (i), 19-34, viii, (2). 5 plates, 2 portraits and map. 

Dedication signed; Thos. Sutcliffe. H., NYH., NYP., WLC, Y. 93946 

Contains extracts from several works relating to the islands. 

Although called vol. i in the table of contents, we have been unable to locate a 



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copy of a second volume. However, in the catalogue for the sale of February 2, 
1927, at the American Art Association, lot no. 287, a copy is described as follows: 
"2 vols. 8vo, Original Printed Wrappers. Manchester, 1843-1844. Scarce in parts." 
This copy was sold to E. H. Wells, the New York bookseller, but its present location 
is not known. 

The pp. 19—34, V''') (2)' ^' '^^ ^'^'^ ^'■^ '^^ final pages of the author's "Exposi- 
tion of Facts relating to the Rise and Progress of the Woollen, Linen and Cotton 
Manufactures of Great Britain," 1843. Pp. 19-34 contain commendatory notices 
of Sutcliffe's works; pp. viii, a list of subscribers, and the final unnumbered leaf, 
which is lacking in the h., nyp. and wlc. copies, an additional list of subscribers. 

In some copies the imprint reads Primed by Grant and Co., instead of Printed by 
P. Grant, nyh. 

c. and Y. have copies of another issue with the following collation: 8vo, added 
engraved title and pp. vi, 207, 7 plates, 2 portraits, and map. The last page is mis- 
numbered 195. See the c. card for appended matter in that issue. 

BM., BODLEIAN and FAC.ADv. have copies of one or other of the issues. 

SuTCLiFFE. Defensa del Gobernador politico y militar de la 
isla de Juan Fernandez, sarjento mayor de Caballeria Don Tomas 
Sutcliffe. Santiago. 1836. Folio, pp. 23. 93947 

Title from J. R. Smith's "Bibliotheca Americana," 1865, no. 5172. 

[Sutcliffe]. The Earthquake of Juan Fernandez, as it oc- 
curred in the year 1835. Authenticated by the retired Governor 
of that island. To which is added, a Refutation of several misstate- 
ments that have been published in the "Nautical Magazine" of 
1837, and the public papers. . . . Manchester : Printed at the 
^^ Advertiser" Office y 78, Market-Street. 1 839. 8 vo, pp. 32, 4. 

5 plates. BM., BODLEIAN, C, FAC.ADV., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP., 

Y. 93948 

Preface signed: T. Sutcliffe. The final pp. 4 contain prospectus and list of sub- 
scribers of Sixteen Years in Chili and Peru, below. 

Some copies were evidently issued without the plates, c, hisp.soc.amer., y. 

HISP.SOC.AMER. and Y. also have second copies with the five plates. The nyp. copy 
has only the frontispiece. 

[Sutcliffe.] Foreign Loans, or Valuable Information to all 
connected with the Republic of Chili, comprising the epoch from 
1822 to 1839. By the Retired Governor of the Islands of Juan 
Fernandez. London: Longman, Orme and Co. Edinburgh: 
A. & C. Black. Liver fool: Willan & Son. Manchester: J. & J. 
Thomson. 1 840. . . . [Colophon:] Manchester: Printed by John 
Harrison, Market Street. 8vo, pp. (8), 54, prospectus of "Sixteen 
Years" (2). BM., NYP. 93949 

Signed: Thomas Sutclifl'e. 

[Sutcliffe]. Sixteen Years in Chile and Peru from 1822 to 
1839. By the Retired Governor of Juan Fernandez. . . . Fisher, 
So7i, and Co. Newgate Street, London; Rue St. Honore, Paris. 



SUTER. 



355 



[Colophon:] London: Fisher ^ Son, and Co., Printers. [1841.] 
8vo, added engraved title, and pp. xii, 563, errata (i ). 5 plates, 3 
portraits, and folded map. B., ba., bm., Bodleian, c, h., 

HISP.SOC.AMER., HSP., NYH., NYP., UCAL., WHS., Y. 93950 

Preface dated: ist June, 1841. 

For an 1840 edition, see Chili, no. 12805, vol. 4. 

An issue at aas. has title and collation as above except that it ends on p. 560 with 
the word "Finis," thus omitting also the errata and colophon. Possibly some of the 
located copies may be of this issue. 

A prospectus of this work is included in the "Earthquake of Juan Fernandez," and 
"Foreign Loans," above, and also in the former, a list of subscribers. 

SuTER (W[illiam] E.). Dred: A Tale of the Dismal Swamp. 
A Drama. iS^?^ Stovve (Harriet Beecher), no. 92409, vol. 24. bm., 

H., Y. 

[Sutherland (Daniel J.)]. Correspondence and Facts in 
relation to the appointment of Paymaster of the Marine Corps on 
the occurrence of the death of Major Walker the late incumbent. 
[n.f. 1851.] Svo, pp. 10. C.93951 

The first letter is headed, "The following is respectfully submitted to the Senate 
of the United States," and is signed by Sutherland. Consists of letters of various 
officers of the Marine Corps and Navy Department, and of Sutherland. A letter from 
the Secretary of the Navy explaining why Sutherland was not appointed is dated 
Sept. 9, 1851. 

Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Sutherland (David). Address delivered to the Inhabitants of 
Bath, [N. H.] on the evening of January 23, 1854, being the Fif- 
tieth Anniversary of the Author's First Preaching in the Town. By 
Rev. David Sutherland. With an Historical Appendix, by Rev. 
Thomas Boutelle. Boston: Press of Geo. C. Rand (^ Avery, 3 
Cornhill. 1 855. i2mo, pp. 135. aas., b., c, h., m., minnhs., 

nyh., nyp., UTS., whs., y. 93952 

The appendix, pp. 39-135, is a history of the town of Bath. 

Sutherland. A Sermon, delivered at Haverhill, Newhamp- 
shire, August 12, 1806, at the execution of Josiah Burnham, who 
was executed for the Murder of Russell Freeman, Esq. and Capt. 
Joseph Starkweather, in Haverhill Jail, 17th Dec. 1805. By David 
Sutherland . . . Hanover, N. H. Printed by Moses Davis. [ 1 806 ? ] 
Svo, pp. 16. c. + Second Edition. [Same imprint and collation. 
1806?] NYH. 93953 

"Newhampshire" is printed "N. Hampshire" in the second edition. 

Sutherland. A Sermon, preached at Concord, before His 
Excellency the Governor, the Honorable Council, the Honorable 



356 SUTHERLAND (gEORGE). 

Senate, and House of Representatives, of the State of New-Hamp- 
shire, June 8, 1 8 15. Being the Anniversary Election. By David 
Sutherland, pastor of the Church in Bath. Concord: Printed by 
George Hough, for the State. June, 18 15. 8vo, pp. 24. 

AAS., B., C, M., NYH., NYP., Y. 93954 

Also: A Caution against Seduction: the Substance of a Sermon, delivered at the 
Funeral of a Young Woman of Lyman, New-Hampshire, February 22, 1 81 2. ... 
Danville: Printed by Ebenezer Eaton. 1814. 8vo, pp. 16. aas. An early Danville 
imprint. First edition, Hanover, 1 81 2. bm. Christian Benevolence. A Sermon, 
delivered at Newbury, Vt. before the Washington Benevolent Society, at the Cele- 
bration of the Anniversary of the National Independence, July 4, 1812. ... Windsor: 
Printed by Thomas M. Pomroy. 1812. 8vo, pp. 15. aas., bm., heh. Relief to the 
Afflicted: the substance of a Discourse, delivered at Haverhill, N. H. Dec. 13, 
1808; at the funeral of Col. Simon Towle. . . . Haverhill, N. H. Printed by T. L. 
Houghton. 1809. 8vo, pp. 16. aas., bm. A Sermon delivered at Acworth, before 
the General Association, of the State of New-Hampshire, September 2, 1823. ... 
Haverhill, N. H. Printed by Sylvester T. Goss. 1823. 8vo, pp. 24. aas., bm., 
NYH., Y. A Sermon, delivered at the opening of the new meeting-house in Pier- 
mont, New-Hampshire, on January 12, 1809. . . . Haverhill, N. H. Printed by T. L. 
Houghton. 1809. 8vo, pp. 18. nvh. 

Sutherland (George). Oration on the Temperance Reform. 
Charlottetown. 1858. Pp. 16. 93955 

Title from Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 1867, where are also listed two 
titles of historical interest published after i860. 

Sutherland (J.). See Sutherland (J[osiah]). 

Sutherland ([James]). Leavenworth City Directory, and 
Business Mirror, for 1859—60, containing the name and residence 
of every male citizen; a business mirror, an appendix of much use- 
ful information, and a brief sketch of the city. Published annually. 
Price $1.00. Sutherland & McEvoy, Publishers ^ ComfilerSy 
Office corner Second ^ Chestnut Sts., St. Louis, Mo. [cop. 

1859]. 8V0, pp. 197, (2). HEH., NYP. 93956 

Many pages contain advertisements only. Also: For 1860—61. nyp. 

Sutherland. The Missouri State Gazetteer. See no. 49622, 

vol. I 2 aas., C, NYP. 

Sutherland. Sutherland & McEvoy's Indianapolis City Direc- 
tory and Business Mirror, for 1860-61. Published Annually. 
Price, $1.50. Sutherland ^ McEvoy, Publishers and Compilers. 
i860. Bingham ^ Doughty, Stean [sic] Printers. 8vo, pp. 292. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. AAS., C. 93957 

Sutherland (Joel B[arlow]). A Congressional Manual; or. 
Outline of the Order of Business in the House of Representatives 
of the United States. With copious indexes. By Joel B. Suther- 



SUTHERLAND (jOEL B.). 357 

land. Philadelfhia: P. Hay &' Co., Prmirrs. 1 839. l8mo, pp. 
xii, 9-155, 208, xliv. c, HSP., p. + (Second edition.) . . . Phila- 
delfhia: Peter Hay ^ Co. — Printers. 1 84 1. 1 8 mo, pp. xii, 
9-222, 225, verso blank, lii. h., m., minnhs., nyp., whs. 
+ Philadelfhia: Barrett i^ Jones, Printers, 34 Carter's Alley, 
1846. [Same collation.] GTS., minnhs. 93958 

Title of the 1846 edition supplied by Elsa R. Nordin. 
Includes a reprint of Jefferson's Manual of Parliamentary Practice. 
Pp. 208, xliv in the first edition are identical with the pages so numbered in the 
third edition of the Manual of Legislative Practice, below. 

[Sutherland] ? An Impartial View of the respective claims 
of Mr. Shulze and Mr. Gregg to the office of governor of Penn- 
sylvania. Philadelfhia. 1 823. 8vo, pp. 15. c. 93959 

Attributed to Sutherland in a ms. note on the title page of the c. copy. 

Sutherland. A Manual of Legislative Practice and Order of 
Business in Deliberative Bodies. By Joel B. Sutherland. Phila- 
delfhia: Printed by Jacob Frick, (ff Co. 22, Walnut street. 1827. 
i8mo, pp. viii, 227. H. -f- Second Edition. Philadelfhia: Printed 
by P. Hay & Co. 1830. i8mo, pp. v, (2), 245, (i), 144. b., 
BM., C, HSP,, M. -(- Third Edition. Philadelfhia: Peter Hay &' 
Co. Printers, 35 Walnut Street. 1 838. 1 8 mo, pp. (4), iii, 13— 
172, 208, indices xliv. minnhs., nyp. + Fourth Edition. Phila- 
delfhia: Stereotyfed by L. Johnson ^ Co. 1853. l8mo, pp. 9, 
13—194,292. C. + Sixth Edition. Philadelfhia: Printed by King 
^ Baird, No. () Sansom Street, i860. l8mo, pp. 10, 13— 194, 292. 

HSP. 93960 

Pp. 208, xliv in the third edition are identical with the pages so numbered in the 
Congressional Manual, 1839, above. 

Jefferson's Manual of Parliamentary Practice is included in this work also. 
See also Philadelphia, no. 62301, vol. 15. 

Sutherland (J[osiah] ). Deduction of the Title to the Manor 
of Livingston, with sundry illustrations of the title and extent of the 
manor, witha [sic] reference to the law and various acts of the 
colony and of the state confirming the title. By J. Sutherland, 
Counsellor at Law. Hudson: P. Dean Carrique's Print — Ga-zette 
Office. 1850. 8vo, pp. 44. NYP. 93961 

Sutherland (Patrick). From the London Gazette, | of De- 
cember 25, 1742. I An Account of the late Invasion of Georgia, 
drawn | out by Lieutenant Patrick Sutherland, of General | Ogle- 
thorpe's Regiment, who lately arrived in | England, and was sent 
Express on that Occa- | sion, but being taken by the Spaniards off 

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358 SUTHERLAND (PETER c). 

the I Lizard, was obliged to throw the said Express | and his other 
Papers over-board. | [^London. 1743.] FoHo, pp. 4. 

EM., DE RENNE, JCB. 93962 
Caption title. From the De Renne catalogue, vol. i, 193 1, p. 114. 

Sutherland (Peter C). Journal of a Voyage in Baffin's Bay 
and Barrow Straits, in the years 1 850— 1 85 1, performed by H. M. 
Ships "Lady Franklin" and "Sophia," under the command of Mr. 
William Penny, in search of the Missing Crews of H. M. Ships 
Erebus and Terror: With a narrative of sledge excursions on the 
ice of Wellington Channel; and observations on the natural history 
and physical features of the countries and frozen seas visited. By 
Peter C, Sutherland, m.d. m.r.c.s.e. Surgeon to the Expedition. 
In two volumes. . . . With maps, plates, and wood-engravings. 
London: LongTnan, Brown, Green, and LongTnans. iS^2. [Verso 
of title:] London: Sfottiswoodes and Shaw. New-street-Square. 
2 vols., i2mo, pp. lii, 506, frontispiece and folded map; vii, 363, 
ccxxxiii, (i), 6 plates and folded map. aas., b., BA., bm., c, 

FAC.ADV., H., NYP._, WHS., Y. 93963 

The appendix contains "the detailed reports of the travelling- parties . . . ; Admi- 
ralty papers; meteorological abstracts; a register of the tides; and illustrated sketches 
of the natural history and geology of some of the regions visited during the voyage." 

[Sutherland?] (Thomas). Blood will out. See [Souther- 
land?] (Thomas), no. 88270, vol. 22. 

Sutherland (Th[omas] Jefferson). A Canvass of the Pro- 
ceedings on the Trial of William Lyon Mackenzie, for an alleged 
violation of the neutrality laws of the United States; with a report 
of the testimony — the charge of the presiding judge to the jury — 
the arguments of the United States Attorney — and a petition to 
the President for his release. By Th: Jefferson Sutherland. Nezv 
York: Sackett tff Sargent, Printers, No. I Nassau-street, corner 
of Wall. 1840. i8mo, pp. 104. B., H., NYH., nyp. 93964 

Concerning the earlier publication of this work in parts, see note on Loose Leaves, 

below. 

Sutherland. A Letter to Her Majesty the British Queen, with 
Letters to Lord Durham, Lord Glenelg and Sir George Arthur: 
to which is added an appendix embracing a report of the testimony 
taken on the trial of the writer by a court martial, at Toronto in 
Upper Canada. By Th: Jefferson Sutherland. Albany: Printed 
by C. Van Benthuysen. 1841. i2mo, pp. 167, contents (i). 

b., c, can.arch., h., nyh., nyp. 93965 



SUTHERLAND (tHOMAS J.). 359 

[Sutherland]. Loose Leaves, from the Port Folio of a late 
Patriot Prisoner in Canada. . . . New-York: Printed for the Pub- 
lisher, by Sackett & Sargent, No. I, Nassau-street — and sold by 
the Booksellers generally, mdcccxxxix. i8mo, pp. 216. nyp. 
+ New York: William H. Colyer, Printer, No. 5, Hague-street. 
1840. iSmo, pp. 216. c, H., NYH., NYP. + [Another issue of 
the same, title dated 1840, but printed cover dated 1844, and with 
advertisements added.] nyh., nyp. 93966 

Printed label on front cover: Sutherland's Loose Leaves. 

Copyrighted by the author, Th : Jefferson Sutherland. 

According to a ms. note by Wilberforce Eames in the nyp. copy of the first edition, 
it was issued in parts as follows: (with the author's Canvass of the Proceedings, above, 
issued in sections of parts 2, 3, and 5, and forming part 6) Part I, pp. 1—36; Part 2, 
pp. 37-60, 1-12; Part 3, pp. 61-72, 13-56; Part 4, pp. 73-96; Part 5, pp. 97-108, 
57—68; Part 6, pp. 6g~i04; Part 7, pp. 109-144; ParfS, pp. 145-180; Part 9, 
pp. 181-216. 

Sutherland. Three Political Letters, addressed to Dr. Wol- 
fred Nelson, late of Lower Canada, now of Plattsburgh, N. Y. By 
Th : Jeff erson Sutherland. Netv-York. 1840. 8vo, pp. 64. 

B., C, CAN.ARCH., H., NYH., NYP. 93967 

Against the election of Harrison as president. 

Sutherland. The Trial of General Th. J. Sutherland, late of 
the Patriot Army, before a Court Martial convened at Toronto on 
the 13th day of March, a. d. 1838. By order of Sir Francis Bond 
Head, Lieutenant Governor of said Province, k.c.b. &c. &c. &c. 
On a charge of having, as a citizen of the United States, levied war 
in the Province of Upper Canada against Her Majesty the Queen 
of Great Britain, &c. With his Defence and other documents. 
Bujfalo: Press of Oliver G. Steele. 1 838. 8vo, pp. (6), 9-87. 

AAS., NYH. 93968 

Sutherland & McEvoy's Indianapolis City Directory. See Suther- 
land (James). 

SurHROHi, f send. Prairiedom: Rambles and Scrambles in Texas 
or New Estremadura. By a Suthron. With a Map. . . . Second 
Edition. New York: Paine ^ Burgess, 60 John Street. 1 846. 
[Verso of title:] S. W. Benedict, Stereotyper and Printer, 16 
Spruce St. i2mo, pp. (6), iii-vi, 13-166, including map on Verso 
of second leaf. Y. 93969 

Raines attributes to "Dr. Page," and the c. printed card to Frederic Benjamin 
Page. 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

For the first edition, see Southron, pseud., no. 88599, vol. 22. bm., c, hsp., 
NYP., Y. The imprint varies slightly, and the collation is pp. (4), iii-vi, (2), 1 1-166, 
and folded map. 



360 SUTLIFF. 

SuTLiFF ([Milton]). Speech of Mr. Sutliff of Trumbull, on 
the Resolutions introduced by him relative to the Constitutional 
Powers of Congress, and the Fugitive Slave Bill. In Senate — Jan- 
uary 14, & 15, 1851. Columbus: Ohio Statesman Print. 185 1. 

Svo, pp. 30. AAS., WHS. 93970 

For a biographical sketch, see Howe's "Historical Collections of Ohio," vol. 3, 
1891, pp. 362-363. 

Sutter ([Johann August]). Capt. Sutter's account of the 
first discovery of the Gold. . . . Lith. &' Pub. by Britton £ff Rey 
San Francisco. Cal. Entered according to act of Congress in the 
year 1854. by Britton ^ Rey in the Clercks [«V] office of the 
District Court of the Northern Z)/ of California. 4to, 2 leaves, the 
first printed on recto only, the second, blank. her. 93971 

Caption title. 

Title and text enclosed within single line border. 

In upper right corner, above border: 13. The printed page contains 65 lines of text 
below the caption title. At right of upper portion of text is a "Portrait of M[ Mar- 
shal, taken from nature at the time when he made the discovery of gold in Califor- 
nia." At right of and below is a "View of Sutter's Mill or place where the first gold 
has been discovered." 

Title and information supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Sutter (Peter). Eight Dollars Reward. | Run-Away | Last 
Sunday Night, Two Servant Boys, from the Subscribers, living in 
Philadelphia; | [Philadelphia. 1769.] 4to broadside. 

HSP. 93972 

Dated: "Philadelphia, July 24, 1769," and signed: "Peter Sutter and David 
Cuming." 

Title from Hildeburn, no. 2437. 

[Sutton] (Charles [Manners-]). A | Sermon | Preached be- 
fore the I Incorporated Society | for the | Propagation of the Gospel 
in I Foreign Parts; | at their | Anniversary Meeting | in the | 
Parish Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, | On Friday February 17, 
1797. I By the Right Reverend | Charles Lord Bishop of Nor- 
wich. I London: \ Printed by S. Brooke^ In Warwick-Lane. \ 

M DCC XCVII. I Svo, pp. 78. BA., BM., CU., M., NYP. 93973 

The proceedings for the year, list of members, list of preachers of the annual 
sermons, etc. form pp. 23-78. 

SuTTON (George). An Oration, delivered at the celebration 
of the anniversary of American independence, at Aurora, July 3, 
1852. By George Sutton . . . [Aurora^ Ind.: Bowers £s? Sibley y 
Printers. 1 85 2.] 8vo, pp. 7. C. 93974 

Caption title. 

Sutton. A Report to the Indiana State Medical Society, on 
Asiatic Cholera, as it prevailed within the State of Indiana, during 



SUTTON. 361 

the years 1849, 185 O, 1851 & 1852. With observations on the 
laws which govern its progress, by George Sutton, m.d. Indian- 
afolis: Elder &' Harkness Steam Press Print. 1854. 8vo, pp. 69. 

AML., NYAM. 93975 
A separate from Ind. State Med. Soc. "Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Meeting," 
1853, pp. 109-175- 

Sutton (Richard), reporter. The Arguments in favor of the 
International Submarine Telegraph, in the Senate of the United 
States. Prepared by Richard Sutton, Reporter. Washington: 
Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. 1857. ^^"^j PP- ^^' 

B., NYH., NYP. 93976 

Sutton, reforter. Methodist Church Property Case. See no. 

48 19 I, vol. 12. B., BA., BM., H., NYP. 

Sutton (W. L.). A History of the Disease usually called 
Typhoid Fever, as it has appeared in Georgetown and its vicinity, 
with some reflections as to its causes and nature. By W. L. Sutton 
. . . Louisville: Maxwell ^ Co. 1850. 8vo, pp. iv, 127. 

AML., C, NYAM. 93977 

Sutton. Report on the Epidemics of Tennessee and Kentucky. 
Philadelphia: T. K. ^ P. G. Collins. 1852. 8vo, pp. 42. 

AML. 93978 
A separate from Amer. Med. Assn. "Transactions," yol. 5, 1852, pp. 531—570. 

Sutton. Report on the Epidemics of Tennessee and Kentucky. 
By W. L. Sutton, m.d. Presented to the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, at its session of May, 1853. Philadelphia: T. K. and P. G. 
Collins, Printers. 1 853. 8vo, pp. 50. UTEX. 93979 

A separate from the Amer. Med. Assn. "Transactions," vol. 6, 1853, pp. 315-362. 
Title supplied by E. W. Winkler. 

SuTTON. Report on the Medical Topography and the Epidemic 
Diseases of Kentucky. By W. L. Sutton . . . Philadelphia: Collins, 
Printer. 1 85 8. 8vo, pp. 93. johncrerar., utex. 93980 

Reprinted from Amer. Med. Assn. "Transactions," vol. ii, 1858, pp. 75— 165- 
Title supplied by J. Christian Bay. 

Sutton, Mass. The Inhabitants of the Town of Sutton, in le- | 
gal Town-Meeting assembled, Jan. 27, 1777. | To Capt. Henry 
King and Capt. Samuel Trask, | whom we have now chosen dele- 
gates to join in | County Congress with such other Towns in this | 
County, as shall adopt the like method for the ob- | taining redress 
of the grievance by the law made | last spring, for the new modeling 
the representation | of this State; or any other grievances that any 



362 SUTTON. 

of I the Towns, joining in such Congress shall think pro- | per. | 
[Worcester: Printed by William Stearns and Daniel Bigelow. 
1777.] Folio broadside. mass.state lib. 93981 

Title supplied by E. H. Redstone. Imprint from Evans. 

Sutton J Mass. First Congregational Church. Articles of Faith, 
Covenant, and Extracts from the Rules and Regulations of the First 
Congregational Church in Sutton. Worcester: Printed by Moses 

W. Grout. 1834. Svo, pp. 15. AAS., NYH. 93982 

A list of members from the organization of the church in 1720 to 1834 forms pp. 
6-15. 

The Covenant, | of the First Church of Christ in Sutton. | 
[Worcester? 1 790.] Folio broadside. AAS. 93983 

Dated: Sutton, March 18, 1790. 

SuzANNET, ( ), comte de. Souvenirs de Voyages. Les 

Provinces du Caucase, I'Empire du Bresil. Par M. le Comte de 
Suzannet. Paris: G. —A . DentUy Imfrimeur-libraire, rue de Bussi, 
no IJ; et Palais-Royal, Galerie vitree, no 13. 1 846. Svo, pp. (4), 

iv, 462. BM.j C.J NYH. 93984 

SvALANDER (Carl E [dvard Otto] ). Bref om America till hem- 
mevarande landsmann. 3 Bref. Gotheborg, Halmstad. l854[— 
1855]. i2mo. EM. 93985 

Each letter has separate title page and pagination. 

SvALANDER. Tillforlitliga underrattelser om Nord-Amerikas 
Forenta Stater och basta sattet att utwandra. En illustrerad hand- 
bok for emigranter af alia klasser efter de nyaste och sakraste kallor 
samt egna ron sammanfattad af Carl E. Swalander . . . Gotheborg, 
Tryckt hos C. Petersen. 1853. l2mo, pp. (8), 3-168. Folded 
plates and folded maps. 93986 

SvEDBERG. See Swedberg. 

SvEDELius (Georg). 5t'^? Svedelius (Jakob Mikael). 

SvEDELius (Jakob Mikael), respondent. Dissertatio de Effectu 
Detectas Americc-e in Europam, cujus partem primam, consensu 
ampliss. facult. philos. Ups. prasside Mag. Er. Mich. Fant, Hist. 
Prof. Reg. et Ord. Soc. Scient. Ups. et Acad. Reg. Litt. Hum. 
Hist, et Antiqvit. Stockh. membro. Pro gradu. philosophico P.P. 
Jacobus Michael Svedelius, stip. gronv. dalekarlus. In aud. Gust. 
Maj. D. XI. Junii mdccc. H.C. UfsalicPy Littcris Johann. Fred. 



svin'in. 363 

ErdmaUy Reg. Acad. Typogr. [1802.] Small 4to, pp. (2), 8, 
(2), 9-27. JCB., NYP. 93987 

The second part, pp. (2), 9—27, is by J. M. and Georg Svedelius, and has a sepa- 
rate title page, as follows: 

De Effectu Detectae Americas in Europam, cujus partem secund.mi venia ampl. 
ord. Philos. Ups. p. p. Mag. Jac. Mich. Svedelius et Gcorgius Svedelius dalecarli. In 
audit. Gust. Maj. die xxvi maji mdcccii. H. C. Upsalice, Litteris Jon. Fr. Edman, 
Reg. Acad. Typogr. [1802.] 4to, pp. (2), 9-27. JCB., nvp. 

[SviN^lN (Pavel Petrovich)]. Anecdotes inedites ou peu con- 
nues sur le general Moreau, concernant divers honneurs qu'il regut 
pendant sa proscription, ses derniers adieux a son epousc, sa derniere 
lettre a I'empereur Alexandre, la lettre de ce monarque a sa veuve, 
et quelques faits, ignores jusqu'ici, relatifs a sa conduite lors de son 
jugement; recueillis par M. Garat. . . . A Paris: Chez L. P. 
Setter fib. 1814. 8vo, pp. 19. BIB. NAT. + [Same imprint and 
collation.] lO juillet 1 8 14. BIB. NAT. 93988 

Signed: S . . . 

A reprint of Details sur les derniers moments, below. 

This and the two following titles from Yarmolinsky's "Picturesque United States 
of America . . . being a Memoir on Paul Svinin," 1930, p. 45. 

SviN^iN. Details sur le general Moreau et ses derniers moments; 
suivis d'une courte notice biographique, par Paul de Svinine. On y 
a joint la proposition faite au Senat le 26 avril 1 8 14 pour la rehabili- 
tation de la memoire de ce grand homme. A Paris, chez L. Fou- 
cault. 1814. 8vo, pp. (4), 116. Portrait. bib. NAT., bm., c. 
+ Paris J chez les Marchands de Nouveautes. 1 8 14. 8vo, pp. 86. 

BIB. NAT. 93989 

[Svin'in]. Details sur les derniers moments du general Mo- 
reau, avec le portrait de Moreau fait apres sa mort. A Paris: Chez 
F.Schoell. 1814. 8vo, pp. 10. Portrait. bib. NAT. 93990 

Svin'in. Malerische Reise durch Nordamerika von Paul Swinin. 
Aus dem Russischen iibersetzt. Riga, bei Hartmann. 18 16. 8vo, 
pp. (6), 169, errata (i). minnhs., nyh., nyp. 93991 

For the original, see the following title. 

Svin'in. Opyt zhyvopisnavo puteshestviya po severnoi Amerike. 
[i. e. An Essay at a Picturesque Voyage in North America.] . . . 
Sanktfeterburgy tifografiya F. Drekhalera, 1 8 15. l6mo, pp. (8), 
219. 6 plates, five of which are folded, c, nyp., leland Stanford, 
Y. -\- Sanktfeterburgy tifografiya F. Kraiya, 18 1 8. l6mo, pp. 
(8), 170. 6 folded plates. BM., NYP. 93992 

"This would seem to be the earliest account of the United States as seen through 
the eyes of a Russian." See Yarmolinsky's "Picturesque United States of .America 
1811, 1812, 1813, being a Memoir on Paul Svinin," 1930, p. I7- 



364 svin'in. 

According- to Yarmolinsky, p. 18, the second Russian edition differs from the first 
"only in typography, and in being better proof read." 

For German and Dutch translations, see Malerische Reise, above, and Tafereelen, 
below. 

Svin'in published a supplement to the above, dealing mostly with the progress of 
the arts in this country, in "Otechestvennyya zapiski," of which he was the editor, 
vol. 38, 1829, pp. 145-164, 289-312, and vol. 39, 1829, pp. 181-193. 

Svin'in. Quelques details sur le General Moreau, et ses derniers 
moments; suivis d'une courte notice biographique. Par Paul de 
Svinine, charge de I'accompagner sur le Continent. A Londres: 
che% Long-many Hurst, ReeSy Ormey et Brown, Paternoster Row. 
1 8 14. [Verso of title:] De Vimfrtmer'ie de Cox et Bay lis. Great 
Queen-streety Lincoln's Inn Fields. i8mo, pp. (2), 141. Frontis- 
piece portrait. H. 93993 

Svin'in. Sketch of the Life of General Moreau: and the De- 
tails of his Last Moments. By Paul Svinine, Charged to accom- 
pany the General on the Continent. To which is added, an Ap- 
pendix, containing several Interesting Letters. New York: Pub- 
lished by E. Duyckincky 102 Pearl-Street. John C. Totten, 
frinter. 18 14. i8mo, pp. 1 07. aas., ba., cu., nyp. 93994 

Svin'in. Some Details concerning General Moreau, and his 
last moments. Followed by a short Biographical Memoir. By 
Paul Svinine. Charged to accompany the General on the Con- 
tinent. London: Printed for LongmaUy Hurst, ReeSy Ormey 
and Brown, Paternoster Row. 1 8 14. [Verso of title:] /. G. 
Barnard, Skinner-Street, London. i8mo, pp. 4, 152. Frontis- 
piece portrait, bm., h., p. -f- Second Edition. [Same imprint, 
date and collation.] BM., y. 93995 

Svin'in. Some Details concerning General Moreau, and his 
Last Moments. Followed by a short Biographical Memoir. By 
Paul Svinine. Charged to accompany the General on the Conti- 
nent. First American from the Second London Edition. Boston: 
Printed and fublished by Nathaniel Willis. No. 76, State-Street. 
1 8 14. i6mo, pp. 107. Frontispiece portrait, aas., ba., nyp. 
4~ Amhersty [^N. H.^ Printed by R. Boylstony for the Publisher. 
1814. i8mo, pp. 71. AAS., M., nyp. -{-Baltimore: Published 
by E. J. Coale and Harrod and Buel. J. Robinson, frinter. 1 8 14. 
i2mo, pp. 4, 151. AAS., NYP., UP. + Second American from the 
London edition. To which is added, a Funeral Oration [by 
Baron J. G. Hyde de Neuville], pronounced at St. Petersburg, 
in honor of General Moreau. Translated from the French. 



svin'in. 365 

Boston: Printed by Rowe and Hoofer. 18 14. l2mo, pp. 156. 
Frontispiece portrait. ba., c, h., nyp., whs. 93996 

The portrait in the Boston edition has the inscriptions: Paul Svinine Pinxt. 
W. B. Annin, Sc. 

In the title of the Baltimore edition the word "Sketch" is substituted for "Memoir." 
The funeral oration in the second Boston edition has a separate title p:ige. 

Svin'in. Tafereelen uit eene Reis naar Noord-Amerika, door 
Paul Swinin. Uit het Russisch volgens de Hoogduitsche Vertaling. 
Te Haarlem, btj A. Loosjes, Pz. MDCCCXVIII. 8vo, pp. (4), iv, 

127. NYP., Y. 93997 

For the original, see Opyt . . . above. 

BM. attributes a "Sketch of the Internal Condition of the United St:ites," 1826, 
our no. 63732, vol. 15, to Svin'in. The author is more probably Pierre Poletica, who 
is known to have expressed to John Quincy Adams an intention nf publishing a 
statistical account of the United States. The dates of the author's residence in this 
country, which are mentioned in the preface, exactly correspond to the years Poletica 
spent here. See Adams' "Memoirs," vol. 2, p. 406, vol. 4, 370, and vol. 5, 498. 

Svvymel-Klacht des Spaenschen Conincks. See below, arranged 
as Swymel-Klacht. 

[SwAiM ( )]? The Eventful Day in the Rhode Island 

Rebellion. See no. 23212, vol. 6. BU., c. 93998 

In MS. in the bu. copy: "Rev. Mr. Swaim." Information supplied by H. L. 
Koopman. 

SwAiN (David L.). Report ... on the Historical Agency for 
procuring Documentary Evidence of the History of North- 
Carolina. See North Carolina, no. 55676, vol. 13. 

SwAiN (Robert). Memoir of . . . See [Morison (J. H.)], no. 
50712, vol. 12. Boston, 1847. BA., H. 

SwAiNSON (William), jt. author. Fauna Boreali-Americana. 
See Richardson (J.). 

SwALANDER (Carl E.). See Svalander (Carl E[dvard 
Otto]). 

Swallow Barn, or A Sojourn in the Old Dominion. See [Ken- 
nedy (John Pendleton)], no. 37421, vol. 9. Editions have been 
located as follows: Philadelphia, 1 832. aas., b., C, h., nyp., p., 

PEAB., y. London, 1832. fac.adv. New York, 185 I. 

B., BA., BM., c, nyp. New York, 1852 . nyp. New York, 

1856. C, NYP. Philadelphia, 1S60. H. New York, lSj2. 

BM., H., NYP. New York, 1929. C, NYP. 

Preface to the first edition signed, Mark Littleton. Only the editions of 1832 
were published anonymously. Gushing lists a Baltimore edition, 1832, which wc hare 
not located. 



366 SWALUE. 

SwALUE (E. B.), ed. Brieven uit en over de Vereenigde Staaten 
van Noord-Amerika. See Jonathan, fseud., no. 36439, vol. 9. C, 

H., NYH., NYP. 

SwAMMERDAM (Eustaci'us), fseud. The Lash; or Truths in 
Rhyme. By Eustacius Swammerdam. . . . [n. f.] Printed for the 
author. 1 840. 8vo, pp. 35. BA., BM., heh., nyh._, nyp. 93999 

A satire on the politicians of the period. 

The Swamp Doctor's Adventures in the South-West. See Ten- 
sas (Madison), M.D., fseud. 

The Sw^amp Lands of . . . North Carohna. See no. 55695, 

vol. 13. C, NYP. 

Swan ( ), Colonel. 5^^ Swan (James). 

[Swan {Mrs. Eliza)]. An Affecting Account of the Tragical 
Death of Major Swan, and of the Captivity of Mrs. Swan and 
infant Child, by the Savages, in April last — (1815.) t:^" This 
unfortunate Lady and her little Son were taken prisoners by the 
Indians, at a small village near St. Louis, and conveyed near 700 
miles through an uncivilized wilderness, where they were fortu- 
nately redeemed by a Spanish trader, in July last. . . . Boston, Printed 
by H. Trumbully and for Sale by him and at A. Mayors Book and 
Stationary Store y Fish-Street, by the Gross, dozen ^ single. (Cofy 
Right Secured.) [1815?] i2mo, pp. 24. c, newberry. 94000 

Signed: Eliza Swan. 

A photostatic reproduction from the Newberry copy is at nyp. 

Swan (Godfried). Life of Godfried Swan, now in the New 
Gaol of the City of New York, for the Murder of his only Child. 
New York. 1765. 94001 

Title from Haven's list. 

[Swan (J. R.)]. The Prophecy of the Santon. See [Swan 
(Joshua Augustus)]. 

Swan (James). An Address to the President, Senate and House 
of Representatives, of the United States, on The means of Creat- 
ing a National Paper by Loan Offices, which shall replace that of 
the discredited Banks, and supercede the use of Gold and Silver 
Coin. By James Swan, of Boston. Boston, From the Intelligencer 
Press, Printed by William W. Clafp, 4, Congress-Street, 1819. 

8vo, pp. 24. BA., BM., C, HSP,, NYP., WHS. 94OO2 



SWAN (jAMEs). 367 

Swan. An Address to the Senate and House of Representatives 
of the United States, on the question for an inquiry into the state of 
agriculture, manufactures and commerce. By Colonel Swan of 
Boston. Boston: Printed by John Eliot. 181 7. 8vo, pp. 24. 

BA., C, M. 94003 

[Swan]. Avis sur la Vente de 1 180 Actions de la Compagnie 
de Colonisation. [Paris: A. Pihan Drlaforest, Imfrimcur de Mon- 
sieur le Dauphin et de la Cour de Cassatiofi, rue des Noytrs, no. 

37. 1825.] Pp.8. BIB. NAT. 94004 

Signed: "James Swan, de Boston. Paris, 5 Janvier 1825." 
Title supplied by Howard C. Rice, Jr. 

Swan. Causes qui se sont opposees aux progres du Commerce, 
entre la France, et les Etats-Unis de I'Amerique. Avec les moyens 
de I'accelerer, & la comparaison de la dette Nationale de I'Angle- 
terre,de la France, & des Etats-Unis; en sixLettres adressees a Mon- 
sieur le Marquis de La Fayette. Traduit sur le manuscrit Anglais 
du Colonel Swan, ancien membre de la legislation de la Republique 
de Massachusset . . . A Paris. A lUmfrimerie de L. Potier de Lille, 
rue Favart, No. 5. 1790. Et chez les Marchands de Nouveautes. 
8vo, pp. (8), 318. Folded table. aas., bm., c, cu., h., hsp., 

M., NYH., NYP., WLC, Y. 94OO5 

Translated by the French consul at Boston, Joseph Letombe, or de la Tombe, the 
work contains considerable additions, see pp. 16—17 of the author's preface. 

Swan. A Dissuasion to Great-Britain and the Colonies, from the 
Slave Trade to Africa. Shewing, The Contradiction this Trade 
bears, both to Laws divine and provincial; the Disadvantages aris- 
ing from it, and Advantages from abolishing it, both to Europe and 
Africa, particularly to Britain and the Plantations. Also shewing, 
How to put this Trade to Africa on a just and lawful Footing. By 
James Swan, A Native of Great-Britain, and Friend to the Wel- 
fare of this Continent. Boston: N. E. Printed by E. Russell, near 
the New Intelligence-O jjice and Auction-room, and next the 
Cornfield, Union-street. [1772?] 8vo, pp. 70. AAS., BA., H., M., 
NYH., NYP. + Revised and Abridged. . . . Boston: Printed for J. 
Greenleaj, at the New Printmg-O jjice, in Hanover street. 1 7 73. 

8vo, pp. 41. BA., BM._, C, H., JCB., NYH., NYP. 94006 

The revised edition has a briefer title. 

Improved title of no. 20294, vol. 5, where the B.^. copy lacking the last leaf is 
described as an edition of 40 pp. 

In the fourth edition of the anonymous "Oration on the Beauties of Liberty," 1773, 
which is attributed to John Allen in the "Essex Gazette," December 15, 1772, p. 2, 



^68 SWAN (jAMEs). 

this note appears on p. 78: "The following Circular Letter [pp. 78-80], accom- 
panied with Mr. Swan's Piece, entitled a Dissuasive to Great-Britain and her colo- 
nies from the Slave-Trade, were lately presented to the Gentlemen who are chosen 
Representatives for this Province." 

Swan. Fisheries of Massachusetts. 1786. 9400? 

A doubtful title from AUibone. 

[Swan]. National Arithmetick: or, Observations on the Fi- 
nances of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: with Some Hints 
Respecting Financiering and Future Taxation in this State: Tend- 
ing to Render the Publick Contributions more easy to the People. 
By a late Member of the General Court. . . . Boston: Printed by 
Adams and Nourse, In Court-Street. [1786.] 8vo, pp. (4), 

vi-viii, (l),9I, (3). AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., JCB., M., NYH., 

Dedication dated Dorchester, 2d October, 1786. NYP., WHS., Y. 94O08 

The AAS. copy contains the inscription: "To The Honbl. Artemas Ward, Esq. 

from his most obd Ser The Author J. Swan." 

The recto of the third leaf is numbered vi, instead of v. 

Swan. On the Fisheries. \^Boston: Printed by Adams and 
Nourse? 1784.] 94009 

Title from Evans. 

Acknowledgment should be made of assistance furnished by the forthcoming bibli- 
ography of James Swan, now being prepared by Howard C. Rice. This includes a 
number of titles of less historical interest, and others not yet located. 

Swan (James G[ilchrist] ). . . . The Haidah Indians of Queen 
Charlotte's Islands, British Columbia. With a brief description of 
their carvings, tattoo designs, etc. By James G. Swan, Port Town- 
send, Washington Territory. (Accepted for publication, January, 
1874.) [Verso of title:] Philadelphia: CollinSj Printer, JO^ Jayne 
Street. 4to, pp. iii, 18. 7 plates. 94010 

With heading, "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. 267," in which col- 
lection it forms article 4 of vol. 21, 1876. 

This and the following title are included because of cross references from 
Smithsonian Institution. These works are of a later period than that now covered 
by this Dictionary. Other later works by this author are not included. 

Swan. . . . The Indians of Cape Flattery, at the entrance to the 
Strait of Fuca, Washington Territory. By James G. Swan. (Ac- 
cepted for publication, June 1868.) [Verso of title:] Collins, 
Printer, Philadelphia. [Colophon:] Published by the Smithsonian 
Institution Washington City, March, 1 870. 4to, pp. ix, 108. 

B., BA., C, HEH., NYP., UP. 94OII 

With heading, "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. 220," in which col- 
lection it forms article 8 of vol. 16, 1870. 

Makah vocabulary, pp. 93-ioS ; Local nomenclature of the Makah, pp. 105-106. 



SWAN (JOSEPH ). 369 

Swan (Joseph). A Treatise on the Law relating to the Powers 
and Duties of Justices of the Peace, and Constables, in the State of 
Ohio . . . Columbus, Isaac N. Whiting. 1 837. Pp. xviii, 582. 

WRHS. 94012 

Title from Rusk's "Literature of the Middle Western Frontier," vol. 2, 1925, 
p. 344. 

[Swan (Joshua Augustus)]. The Prophecy of the Santon, and 
other Poems. . . . Worcester: Edward Livermore. Bostoti: Phtl- 
lifs and Sampson. MDCCCXi^vii. [Verso of title:] Bostott: Printed 
by Freem,an and Bolles, Devonshire Street. l6mo, pp. iv, 116. 

C, NYH., NYP. 94013 

In MS. on flyleaf of nyp. copy: "Sam'l Longfellow with the kindest wishes of 
his friend J. A, S." 

The above title, of a later period than that now covered by this Dictionary, is 
included because of a cross reference from title to Swan (J. R. ). 

[Swan (Timothy)]? The Federal Harmony: in three parts. 
Part I. An introduction to the art of singing. Part II. A large 
collection of psalm tunes. Part III. Select anthems, &c. Compiled 
for the use of schools and singing societies. . . . Boston: Printed by 
John Norman, I'j'i^. Oblong 8 vo. 940^4 

Title from Evans, who has apparently taken it from an advertisement. 

Metcalf considers the attribution to Swan of the editions of this work as possible, 
but mentions Evans as his authority. See his "American Writers and Compilers of 
Sacred Music," 1925, p. 107. It is quite a different compilation from Swan's 
New England Harmony, see below. 

[Swan] ? The | Federal Harmony. | In Three Parts. | Con- 
taining, I I. An Introduction to the Grounds of Musick. | II. A 
large Collection of celebrated Psalm and Hymn Tunes from the 
most approved ancient and modern | Authors; together with sev- 
eral new ones, never before published: suited to all Metres usually 
sung in Churches, | III. Select Anthems &c. &c. | Compiled for 
the Use of Schools and Singing Societies. | • • • | Boston: Printed 
for the Editor, and Sold by John Norman at his Office near Oliver's 
Dock. I [1788?] Oblong i2mo, pp. 17, (i), 18-131. 

Engraved music. AAS., M. 94^^ 5 

According to Evans, Norman was at this address from 1788-89, only. 

[Swan].? The | Federal Harmony: | In Three Parts. | Con- 
taining, I I. An Introduction to the Grounds of Musick. | II. A 
large Collection of celebrated Psalm and Hymn Tunes from the 
most approved ancient and modern | Authors: Together with 
several new ones, never before published: Suited to all Metres 
usually sung in Churches. | III. Select Anthems, &c. &c. | Com- 



370 SWAN (timothy). 

piled for the Use of Schools and Singing Societies. 1 . . • | Boston: 
Printed and Sold by John Norman at his Office No. 75, Newbury- 
street. mdccxc. | Oblong i2mo, pp. 114. aas., b., c. 940 1 6 

On p. 114: Finis. 

Evans locating a copy at rihs. gives the collation as pp. 128. 

[Swan] ? The Federal Harmony. [Title and imprint as above.] 
MDCCxcii. Oblong i2mo, pp. 130. aas. 94017 

Evans lists also a 1794 edition issued by the same publisher, pp. 100, but gives 
no location. 

Swan. New England Harmony. Containing, A variety of 
Psalm Tunes, in Three and Four Parts, Adapted to all Metres: 
Also, a number of Set Pieces, of Several Verses. Together with a 
number of Anthems. By Timothy Swan. Published According to 
Act of Congress. Printed at N orthamftoUy Massachusetts, By 
Andrew Wright: And Sold at his Office: — Sold also at Suffield, 
in Connecticuty by the Author. 1 80 1. Oblong i2mo, pp. 103, 

(l). aas., B., C.J H., HEH., M., NYP., Y. 94O18 

Swan. The I Songster's Assistant: | Containing | a Variety of 
the Best Songs, | set to Music in two Parts. | Most of the Music | 
never before published. | By T. Swan. | [Vignette.] | Suffield. 
Printed by Swan and Ely. \ [iSoo?] Svo, pp. 36. 

AAS., B., Y. 94019 

The vignette is a spiral musical design in the form of a trumpet, containing ".A. 
Cannon for two Voices by Swan," A Ely Sculpt. 

The book must have been printed between 1797 and 1807 as printing was begun 
in Suffield at the former date, and Swan moved to Northfield in the latter year. Its 
appearance warrants the queried date 1800 or an earlier one. See Brigham's 
"Bibliography of American Newspapers" in Am. Antiq. Soc. "Proceedings," vol. 23, 
1913) P- 327, and Metcalf's "American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music," 
1925, p. 105. 

The whole work is engraved, Swan's name appearing at the head of the songs 
composed by him, which form the largest part of the collection. 

[Swan]. The Songster's Museum; or, a Trip to Elysium. A 
Selection of the most approved Songs, Duets, &c. Now in use, with 
the notes, many of which were never before Published. . . . Printed 
at Northamftony Massachusetts. By Andrew Wright. For S. and 
E. Butler. Sold at their Bookstores. 1803. i2mo, pp. 204. 

AAS., B., M. 94020 

For attribution, see Metcalf's "American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music," 
1925, p. 106. 

The Swan Point Cemetery. See Providence, no. 66374, vol. 
16. AAS., NYP. 



SWANN. 



371 



[SwANN. (Thomas)]. To the Stockholders of the Bank of the 
United States. [Colophon:] Henry Pittman, Printer. [Alexan- 
dria, V a. 1825.] 8vo, pp. 12. c, P. 94021 

Caption title. 

Signed: "Thomas Swann. Alexandria, August 27, 1825." 

In reply to R. C. Weightman's "recently published" pimphlet, "To a 

stockholder in the Bank of the U. S." 

SwANTON (Mrs. Hannah). Hannah Swanton, the Casco Cap- 
tive; or the Catholic Religion in Canada, and its influence on the 
Indians of Maine. Written for the Massachusetts Sabbath School 
Society, and revised by the Committee of Publication. Boston: 
Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, Defository No. 13 Cornhill. 
1837. i8mo, pp. 63. AAS., NYP. + Second Edition. [Same im- 
print.] 1839. l8mo, pp. 60. BM., M., NEWBERRY, NYH., NYP. 
-j" Third Edition. Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society 
. . . [n. d.] i8mo, pp. 72, including illustrations. 

C, NEWBERRY. 94O22 

Copyrighted by Christopher C. Dean in 1837. Mrs. Swanton's narrative, which 
forms pp. 25—48 in the first edition, had previously appeared as an appendix to 
Cotton Mather's anonymous "Humiliations followed with Deliverances," 1697, 
and in his "Magnalia," 1702, book 6, pp. 10—14. In both of Mather's works the 
name appears as "Swarton." 

Hannah Swarton's captivity is also included in Henry White's "Indian Battles," 
New York, cop. 1859. According to the Newberry Library's "Narratives of Cap- 
tivity," 191 2, White's compilation was first published with title: "The Early His- 
tory of New England," Concord, N. H., 1841. 

[SwANWiCK (John)]? British Honour and Humanity. See 

no. 8 no, vol. 2. AAS., B., BA., C, H., JCB., NEWBERRY, NYP., P. 

"This is sometimes erroneously attributed to Matthew Carey; but it is more 
probably written by John Swanwick, of whom, in a large measure, it is a de- 
fence." — Evans. 

[Swanwick]. (Circular.) Philadelphia, September 22, 1797. 
Sir, Previous to my entering on a detail of what relates to my own 
transactions, which will form the subject of this letter, it may not 
be amiss to premise some observations on the state of the commerce 
of the United States in general in 1796, which will have a tendency 
to throw light on the causes of the very extraordinary misfortunes 
which have befallen me in the course of it. . . . [Philadelphia. 1 797.] 
8vo, pp. 6, 8-13. 2 folded tables. C, hsp., jcb. 94023 

Caption title. 

Signed on p. 5: J. Swanwick. 

The folded tables follow pp. 6 and 13, and are numbered "7" and "13" re- 
spectively. 

Information supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 



372 



SWANWICK, 



[Swanwick]. Considerations on an Act of the Legislature of 
Virginia, entitled, an Act for the Establishment of Religious Free- 
dom. By a Citizen of Philadelphia. Philadelfhta: Printed and sold 
by Robert Akken, at Pope's Heady in Market Street. m.dcc.Lxxxvi. 
8vo, pp. vi, 26. C, H., M., NYP., P. 94024 

Gushing and Evans attribute to Swanwick. 

Swanwick. Poems on Several Occasions. By John Swanwick, 
Esq. One of the Representatives in the Congress of the United 
States, from the State of Pennsylvania. Philadelfhia: Printed by 
F. and R. Bailey J at Yorick's Ready No. 1 1 6, High-Street. 
MDCCxcvii. 24mo, pp. (4), 174. 

AAS., BM., BU., H., HEH., HSP., NYH., NYP. 94025 
Swanwick was the author of "Thoughts on Education," Philadelphia, 1787. c, 

CU., HSP., JCB., P. 

Evans attributes the authorship of "A Rub from Snub," 1795, no. 85597, vol. 
21, AAS., BA., BM., c, HEH., HSP., JCB., NYH., NYP., and "A Roastcr," 1796, no. 
1403 1, vol. 4, AAS., c, JCB., NYH., to Swanwick. Cobbett in his "Works," vol. 4, 
1 801, states that internal evidence shows that the two pamphlets are by the same 
author, but we have been unable to find any proof that Swanwick wrote them. 
Cobbett's letter to Swanwick included in Mackenzie's "An Answer to Paine's 
Rights of Man," 1796, pp. 93-96, would suggest that he thought they were written 
by a "Scotch Runaway" in Swanwick's pay. 

SwARTON {Mrs. Hannah). 5^^ Swanton {Mrs. Hannah). 

SwARTZELL (William). Mormonism Exposed, being a Journal 
of a Residence in Missouri from the 28th of May to the 20th of 
August, 1838, together with an appendix, containing the revela- 
tion concerning the Golden Bible, with numerous extracts from 
the 'Book of Covenants,' &c., &c. By William Swartzell, Sometime 
a Deacon in the Church of 'Latter-Day-Saints,' commonly called 
'Mormons.' Pekiny O., Published by the author. A. Ingraniy /r., 
Printer y Pittsburgh. 1840. 8vo, pp. 48. 

MO.HIST.SOC, NYP. 94O26 
SWATARA AND GoOD SpRING CrEEK RaIL RoAD CoMPANY, 

Penn. Charter of the Swatara and Good Spring Rail Road Com- 
pany, and Act of Assembly of Pennsylvania, with the supplements 
relating thereto. Capital 100,000 Dollars — Shares 50 Dollars each. 
Baltimore: Printed by Lucas &' Deaver. 1840. 8vo, pp. 20. 

Title supplied by L. H. Dielman. PEAB. 9402 7 

Swaving ([Justus Gerard us]). Swaving's reizen en lotgeval- 
len. Door hem zelven beschreven. . . . Te Dordrecht, bij Blusse en 
van Braam. 1827. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xii, xx, 314; (6), ix-xx, 456, 
errata (2). BM., nyp. 94028 

Travels and adventures in America. 



SWAYZE. 



373 



SwAYZE (William). Narrative of William Swayze, minister 
of the Gospel. Written by himself. Including his juvenile mission. 
Vol. I. . . . Cincinnati: Printed at the Methodist Book Room. 
R. P. Thompson, Printer. 1839. l8mo, pp. 216. 

Probably no more published. NYH., WRHS. Q4029 

SwEARiNGEN (Georgc). Das Leben und Bekenntniss dcs Georg 
Swearingen, welcher zu Cumberland, Allegany County, Md. auf 
den 2ten Tag October, 1829, fiir die Ermordung seiner Frau, 
hingerichtet wurde. Auf sein Begehren geschrieben, von dem ehrw. 
N. B. Littel. Hagers-taun, (Md.): Gruber & May. 1829. 8vo, 
pp. 84. Portrait. c. 94030 

Title from the "Catalogue of Books added to the Library of Congress," 1870. 

Swearingen. The Life and Confession of George Swear- 
ingen, who was executed, at Cumberland, Allegany County, Md. 
on the 2d day of October, 1829, for the murder of his wife. Writ- 
ten, at his solicitation, by the Rev. N. B. Little. Hagers-toivn: Pub- 
lished by William D. Bell. 1829. l2mo, pp. 80. NYH. 9403 1 

Swearingen. Trial of George Swearingen, executed for the 
Murder of his Wife. [n. f.] 1829. 8vo, pp. 61. 94032 

Title from the W. E. Woodward catalogue, i86g, no. 5257. 

Also: Speech by John V. L. M'Mahon on behalf of the accused ... at a special 
court of Oyer and Terminer . . . Cumberland . . . [Md.] Aug. 3. 1829 for the Trial 
of George Swearingen indicted for the Murder of his wife, Mary C. Swearingen. 
Baltimore : Lucas and Deaver. 1829. 8vo, pp. 106. Title from an early manuscript 
note prepared by Joseph Sabin for the Dictionary. 

Sweat (Moses). A Political Discourse, to the People of Alfred, 
at the opening of their first district meeting after incorporation. De- 
livered on Monday March 3d, 1 794. By Moses Sweat, a.m. Pastor 
of the Church of Christ in Sanford. Printed at Portland, by Thomas 
B. Wait. — Sep. 1794. 8vo, pp. 20. hsp. 94033 

Swedberg (Jesper). America Illuminata, Skrifwen och \'tgif- 
wen af Thes Biskop, Doct. Jesper Swedberg, Ahr 1732. Skara, 
Tryckt bos Herm. A. Moeller, Kongl. Gym^nas. Boktr. [1732.] 
8vo, pp. 163, "register" (5). 

BM., C., H., HSP., JOB., NYH., NYP., Y. 94O34 

Swedberg. En gudelig barna-catekes till ungdomens tjenst i 
de Svenska forsamleingar i Pensylvanien, sammanskrifwen af thess 
Biskop Jesper Swedberg. [«./>.] 1723. i2mo. 94035 

This and the following title are nos. 206 and 205 respectively of Garriguc & 
Christern's "Livres curieux," 1854, which was a list of books of which James Lenox 

had found mention, and which he wished to acquire. 

VOL. XXIV. 24 



374 SWEDBERG. 

SwEDBERG. Prest-Bref for Kyrkoherden i Vicacoa i America, 
Jonas Lidman. pa Latin och Swenska af Jesper Swedberg, Biskop 
i Skana. [n. f.] 17 19. Folio. 94036 

Swedberg (Johan Dan[ielson]),r^i^o«<^^n/. Dissertatio Grad- 
ualis De Svionum in America Colonia, quam Ex consensu Ampl. 
Senatus Philosoph. in Inclita Academia Upsaliensi, prasside viro 
amplissimo M. Petro Elvio, Mathem. Prof. Reg. & Ord. Publice 
ventilandam subjicit Johannes Dan. Swedberg Dalekarlus in Audit. 
Gustav. Maj. ad diem xxiii. Junii Anni mdccix. Ufsalice, Ex ofi- 
c'lna W erneriana. [1709.] 8vo, pp. (6), 32. 

bm., c, heh., hsp.j jcb.j nyp., wlc, y. 94037 

Swedenborg (Emanuel). 

For early American editions of works by this author, see Evans; and Hyde's 
"Bibliography of the Works of Emanuel Swedenborg," 1906. 

The Swedes Petition to the House of Representatives of the 
Province of Pennsylvania, The Governor's Letter thereupon to the 
Commissioners of Property, with Their Report in Answer to the 
Same. Philadelphia: Printed by Andrew Br ad j ord at the Bible 
in the Second Street J MDCCXXII. Folio, pp. 8. hsp., jcb. 94038 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

For an edition with pp. 12, (i), see under Pennsylvania, no 60656, vol. 14. 

Sweeney (Lawrence). The Irishmen's Petition, To the Hon- 
ourable C-mm-ssi-n-rs of Excise, &c. . . . \_Neiu York. 1769.] 
8vo broadside. c. 94039 

Signed "one and all three of us both together": Patrick O'Conner, Blany O'Bryan, 
Carney Macquire. Lawrence Sweeney. (Printed by Desire.) 

Title from a photostat supplied by Ernest Kletsch. Imprint and date supplied from 
Evans. 

Sweeny (Robert). Odds and Ends; original and translated. 
By Robert Sweeny. . . . New-York: Henry I. Megarey, Broad- 
way. 1826. [Verso of title:] Clayton <y Van Norden, Printers. 

I2mo, pp. 156. C, NYH., NYP. 94O4O 

Verses by a Canadian poet. 

Sweep (Terence), fseud. To the printur of the Penselvaney 
Kronical mr Godard. [Philadelphia, ijji.] 4to broadside. 

p. 94041 

Signed, "Terence sweep," and dated in ms., "Philad? October i^' 1772." 
Opposing the excise law. — Evans. 

Sweet (Samuel N[iles]). An Address on the Subject of Edu- 
cation ; delivered before a large congregation, in the Colored 



SWEETING. 



375 



Baptist Church of the City of Albany, on the second day of Feb- 
ruary, in the year 1834. By Samuel N. Sweet; of Adams, Jef- 
ferson Count)% New- York. Albany: Printed by Hoffman ^ 
White, No. 71 State-street. 1834. Svo, pp. 16. B., nyp. 94042 

Sweet published several other works relating to education. 

The Sweet Chalybeate Springs. See [Bias (C.)], no. 5143, 
vol. 2. 

Sweeting (Whiting). The Narrative of Whiting Sweeting, 
Who was executed at Albany, August 26, 1791. Containing . . , 
[Lansingburgh. Printed by Silvester Tiffany. 1791.] Pp. 72. 

94043 

Advertised as being prepared for the press in Tiffany's "American Spy" for Sept. 
2, 1791, and in this issue called the "Writings of Whiting Sweeting." 

The Narrative was also advertised in the Spy for Nov. 4, 1 791, as "Now selling 
at this Office and Webster's Printing-Office in Albany, price IS3. . . . (72 close pages, 
in small type)." The title is essentially the same as that in the other editions, and 
is followed by: "Extract from the advertisement annexed to the above narrative. 
The unfortunate Whiting Sweeting, having confidence in my promise, left with me 
his narrative, for publication; his injunctions have been strictly adhered to, as will 
appear on comparing with the copy. No other person has had his writings, nor an 
opportunity of transcribing therefrom. (Signed) Silvester Tiffany." 

The following editions are arranged chronologically, those of the same year being 
listed alphabetically according to place of printing. 

Sweeting. The | Narrative | of | Whiting Sweeting, | Who 
was executed at Albany, the 26th of August, 1791. | Containing, | 
An Account of his Trial before the Supreme Court of Judicature 
of the I State of New- York, at the July Term, 1 79 1 , for the Murder 
of Darius | Quimby — the Substance of the Charge of his Honour 
the Chief Justice | to the Jury, with the Sentence of Death on the 
Prisoner — an Address to | the Public, on the fatal consequences 
of a life spent in Sin, instanced in [ his own Conduct; setting forth 
the great necessity of remembering our | Creator in the Days of our 
Youth, and practising Religion and Vir- | tue in our whole Lives — 
an Address to his Parents, to his Brothers and | Sisters, and to his 
Wife and Children ; with a Moral Instruction, by way | of Question 
and Answer, particularly addressed to them — an Address to | the 
Parents of his Wife; to his Brothers and Sisters by Marriage — a 
few I Lines on his sense of Gratitude to Mr. Ostrander the Goaler — 
his Ap- j peal to the High Court of Heaven for the truth of his 
Declaration that | the Murder was committed without Malice 
prepense — with a Sketch of the | Proceedings which led to his 
being taken — the Warrant, &c. — a few | Words on the great 
Impropriety of false-swearing, or giving a false co- | louring to 



376 SWEETING. 

Testimony, before a Court, in not relating the whole Truth — | 
his Reason for his escaping from Prison — his Acknowledgment to 
the I Gentlemen of the Clergy for their Attention to him during 
his Confine- | ment — his Sentiments of Free Grace, Free Will, 
&c. &c. I Written by Himself, and Published for the Benefit of 
precious Souls, at his | particular and dying Request. | To which 
are Added, | An Account of the Behaviour of the Unhappy Sufferer 
from his Confine- | ment to Execution, and the Substance of his 
Address at the Gallows. | By one who had free access to, and fre- 
quent Conversation with him. | Hartjord: \ Refrinted by Hudson 
and Goodwin. | [1791?] 8vo, pp. 36. aas., h. 94044 

Sweeting. The I Narrative I of I Whiting Sweeting, I Who 
was executed at Albany, | the 26th August, 1791. | Containing, | 
An Account of his Trial before the Supreme Court of Judica- | ture 
of the State of New-York, at the July Term, 1791, | for the 
murder of Darius Quimby; the Substance of | the Charge of his 
Honor the Chief-Justice to the Jury, with [ the Sentence of Death 
on the Prisoner. | [30 lines.] [ \_n. f. 1791?] i2mo, pp. 54. 

AAS., NYH. 94045 

Sweeting. The | Narrative | of | Whiting Sweeting, | Who 
was executed at Albany, the 26th August, 1791. | Containing, 
An Account of his Trial before the Supreme Court of Judicature 
of the State of New-York, at the July Term, 1791, for the 
Murder of Darius Quimby; the substance | of the charge of his 
Honor the Chief-Justice to the Jury, with the Sentence of Death 
on the Prisoner. | [29 lines.] | [«. ^. 1791?] 8vo, pp. 52. 

NYH. 94046 

Sweeting. The I Narrative I of I Whiting: Sweetine:, I Who 
was executed at Albany the 26th of | August, 1791. | Containing, | 
An Account of his Trial before the Supreme Court of | Judicature 
of the State of New-York, at the | July Term, 1791, for the 
Murder of | Darius Quimby, | The Substance of the Charge of his 
Honor the Chief- | Justice to the Jury, with the Sentence | of Death 
on the Prisoner — | An Address to the Public, on the fatal Con- 
sequences I of a Life spent in Sin, instanced in his | own Conduct — 
setting forth | The great Necessity of remembering our Creator 
in the | Days of our Youth, and practicing Religion and | Virtue in 
our whole Lives — with | An Address to his Parents, Brothers and 
Sisters, Wife | and Children, and many others; also | A Brief 
Account of him by William Carter, from his | first Confinement 



SWEETING. 



377 



till the time of Execution. | Philadelphia: | Re-pinted by Daniel 
LaivrencCy and sold by \ most of the booksellers in the city. | 

M.DCC.XCII. I I2mo, pp. 72. NYH. 94O47 

Sweeting. The Very Extraordinary Narrative oi Whiting 
Sweeting, who was executed at Albany, August 26, 1791, for the 
murder of Darius Quimby. Providence: Printed by Bennett 
Wheeler. 1 792. 94048 

Title from Evans. 

Probably identical with following- title. 

Sweeting. The | Narrative | of | Whiting Sweeting, | Who 
was executed at Albany, the 26th of August, 1791. | Containing, | 
An Account of his Trial before the Supreme Court of Ju- | dicature 
of the State of New- York, at die July Term, | 1791, for the 
Murder of Darius Quimby; the | Substance of the Charge of his 
Honor the Chief-Justice | to the Jury, with the Sentence of Death 
on the Prison- | er; an Address to the Public, on the fatal Conse- 
quences of I a Life spent in Sin, instanced in his own Conduct, set- 
ting I forth the great Necessity of remembering our Creator | in the 
Days of our Youth and practising Religion and | Virtue in our 
whole Lives; an Address to his Parents; | to his Brothers and Sisters; 
to his Wife and Children; | with a Moral Instruction, by Way of 
Question and An- | swer, particularly addressed to them; an 
Address to | the Parents of his Wife; to his Brothers and Sisters by | 
Marriage ; a few Lines on his Sense of Gratitude to | Mr. Ostrander, 
the Goaler; his Appeal to the high | Court of Heaven, for the Truth 
of his Declaration, | that the Murder was committed without Malice 
prepense; | with a Sketch of the Proceedings which led to his being | 
taken — the Warrant, &c. a few Words on the great | Impropriety 
of False-Swearing, or giving a false Co- | louring to Testimony, be- 
fore a Court, in not relating | the whole Truth; the Reason of his 
escaping from Pri- | son ; his Acknowledgment to the Gentlemen 
of the [ Clergy for their Attention to him during his Confine- | 
ment; his Sentiments of Free Grace, Free Will, &c. | Written by 
himself, and published for the Benefit of pre- | cious Souls, at his 
particular and dying Request. | To which are added, | An Account 
of the Behaviour of the unhappy Sufferer | from his Confinement 
to Execution, and the Substance | of his Address at the Gallows. By 
one who had free | Access to, and frequent Conversation with him. 
Printed at Albany \ Refrinted at Providence^ and sold by \ Bennett 
Wheeler. [1792?] | 8vo, pp. 64. AAS., NYH. + [Same title as the 
Philadelphia^ 1 792, edition.] Wilmington: Printed and sold by 



378 SWEETING. 

Peter Brynberg and Samuel Andrews in Market-Street. 1 792. 

94049 

Note of the Wilmington edition from Evans, probably taken from an advertise- 
ment. 

Sweeting. A | Narrative | of | Whiting Sweeting. | Who 
was executed at| Albany, in the State of New York,] for] Murder 
[One h'ne quotation.] Printed at Concord^ by Elijah Russell. 
MDCCxciii. I 8vo, pp. 40. c. 94050 

Sweeting. A | Remarkable Narrative | of | Whiting Sweet- 
ing; I Who was Executed at | Albany, in the State of New- York, | 
for I Murder. | [Two lines quoted.] | Exeter: \ Printed and Sold 
by H. Ranlet, at his Office in \ Main-street. 1793. | 8vo, pp. 40. 
AAS., H. -|- Second Exeter Edition. Printed at Exeter^ by Henry 
Ranlety | and Sold at his Book-Store^ in Main-Street. \ 1 794. | 
i2mo, pp. 51, advertisement (i). aas., bm., c. 9405 I 

Sweeting. The | Narrative | of | Whiting Sweeting, Who 
was executed at Albany, the 26th of August, 1792 [sic]. Con- 
taining I An Account of his Trial before the Supreme Court of 
Judi-| cature of the State of New-York, at the July Term, 1791, | 
for the Murder of Darius Quimby; the Substance | of the Charge 
of his Honor the Chief Justice to the Jury, | with the Sentence of 
Death on the Prisoner; an Address | to the Public, on the fatal 
Consequences of a Life spent | in Sin, instanced in his own Conduct, 
setting forth the | great Necessity of remembering our Creator in 
the I Days of our Youth, and practising Religion and Virtue | in 
our whole Lives; an Address to his Parents; to his | Brothers and 
Sisters; to his Wife and Children; with | a moral Instruction, by 
Way of Question and Answer, | particularly addressed to them; 
and Address to the Pa- | rents of his Wife; to his Brothers and 
Sisters by Mar- ] riage; a few Lines on his Sense of Gratitude to 
Mr. Os- I trander, the Gaoler; his Appeal to the high Court of | 
Heaven, for the Truth of his Declaration, that "the | Murder was 
committed without Malice prepense;" with | a Sketch of the Pro- 
ceedings which led to his being taken | — the Warrant, &c. a few 
Words on the great Impro- | priety of False-Swearing, or giving 
a false Colouring to | Testimony, before a Court, in not relatin 
the Whole | Truth ; the Reason of his escaping from Prison ; his 
Acknowledgment to the Gentlemen of the Clergy, for | their At- 
tention to him during his Confinement; his | Sentiments of Free 
Grace, Free Will, &c. | Written by himself, and published for the 



SWEETING. 



379 



Benefit of pre- | cfous Souls, at his particular and dying Request. | 
To which are added, | An Account of the Behaviour of the un- 
happy Sufferer, | from his Confinement to Execution, and the 
Substance | of his Address at the Gallows. By one who had free | 
Access to, and frequent Conversation with him. | Printed at 
Albany : — Reprinted at Providence ^ by \ Bennett W heeler , and sold 

at his Office in the \ Market-House Chambers. 1794- | 8vo, 

pp. 59. BU., H. + [Same title as the Exeter editions.] Salem: 
Sold by Gushing ^ Carlton^ at the Sign of the Bible. 1795. 

94052 

Note of the Salem edition from Evans, probably taken from an advertisement. 

Sweeting. The | Narrative | of | Whiting Sweeting, | Who 
was executed at Albany, the 26th of August, 179 1. | Containing, | 
An Account of his Trial before the Supreme Court of Judicature 
of I the State of New York, at the July Term, 1791, for the mur 
der I of Darius Quimby — the Substance of the Charge of his Honor 
the Chief Justice to the Jury, with the Sentence of Death on the 
Prisoner — an Address to the Public, on the fatal consequence of 
a I Life spent in Sin, instanced in his own Conduct; setting forth 
the I great Necessity of remembering our Creator in the Days of 
our I Youth, and practising Religion and Virtue in our whole 
Lives — I an Address to his Parents, to his Brothers and Sisters, and 
to his I Wife and Children; with a moral Instruction, by way of 
Ques- I tion and Answer, particularly addressed to them — an 
Address to | the Parents of his Wife ; to his Brothers and Sisters by 
Marri- | age — a few Lines on his Sense of Gratitude to Mr. Os- 
trander the | Goaler — his Appeal to the High Court of Heaven 
for the Truth | of his Declaration that the Murder was committed 
without Malice | prepense — with a Sketch of the Proceedings which 
led to his being | taken — the Warrant, &c. — a few Words on the 
great Impropri- | ety of false-swearing, or giving a false colouring 
to Testimony, | before a Court, in not relating the whole Truth — 
his Reason for | his escaping from Prison — his Acknowledgment 
to the Gentle- | men of the Clergy, for their Attention to him during 
his Con- I finement — his Sentiments of Free Grace, Free Will, 
&c. &c. I Written by Himself, and published for the Benefit of 
precious Souls, | at his particular and dying Request. | To which are 
added, | An Account of the Behaviour of the unhappy Sufferer, 
from his | Confinement to Execution, and the Substance of his Ad- 
dress at I the Gallows. By one who had free access to, and fre- 
quent I Conversation with him. | Windham: Printed for Mr. 



380 SWEETSER. 

James Huntington. \By J ohn ByrneJ\ \ 1797. | 8vo, pp. 47. 

AAS., EM., C, HEH., NYH., NYP., Y. 94O53 
According to Evans, Byrne was the only printer in Windham at this date. 

[SwEETSER (Seth) ] . A Sermon preached to the Central Church 
and Congregation, in Worcester, on the Sunday following the 
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Settlement of their Pastor. 
Worcester: Printed by Edward R. Fiske. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 23. 

AAS., NYP. 94054 

The above title of a later period than that now covered by this Dictionary is in- 
cluded because of a cross reference from title. For this reason other works by this 
author are not included. 

SwEETSER. View of the Livingston County High School, ^ee 
View. 

Sweriges Rijkes General Handels Compagnies Contract, ^ee 
[Usselincx (Willem)]. 

SwETLAND (Luke), b. 1729, d. 1823. A Narrative of the Cap- 
tivity of Luke Swetland, in 1778 and 1779, among the Seneca 
Indians. Written by himself. WatervUle,N. Y.: James J. Guern- 
sey, Printer, Times Office. 1875. 8vo, pp. 38, (l). 

AAS., B., H., NEWBERRY. 94O55 

Beginning of preface: "The following narrative of Luke Swetland, copied from 
an original pamphlet, the only one known to the writer, is reprinted for distribution 
among his kinsman [sic], merely from motives of family interest. This copy and a 
memorandum book of John Swetland, Luke's father, who lived in Lebanon, Conn., 
in 1700, have fallen into the possession of the writer as heirlooms, through Benjamin 
Swetland, son of John, Jr., and the writer's mother, Rosanna Swetland Osborn, 
Benjamin's second daughter. Most of the original manuscript, from which the 
printed narrative is copied, is still in possession of Luke's descendant, Caroline M. 
Swetland, the daughter of the late Hon. William Swetland, and wife of Payne 
Pettibone, Esq., of Wyoming." Appendix signed on p. 38: A. O. Osborn. 

No copy of the earlier edition can at present be located, but according to Charles 
Miner's "History of Wyoming," 1845, appx. p. 20, it was published at Hartford, a 
copy being in his own possession. 

This edition adds material from another manuscript of Luke Swetland in the 
possession of the family, also Genealogical Notes by Osborn, the editor, pp. 34—38. 

See also, the "Story of the Captivity and Rescue from the Indians of Luke Swet- 
land ..." by Edward Merrifield, Scranton, Pa., 191 5. 

SwETT (Samuel), b. 1758, d. 1820. An Interesting Narrative 
of the Loss of the Ship Milo, of Newburyport, on the 13th Novem- 
ber 1 813. And the Remarkable Preservation of her Company, 
after being eighteen days in the long-boat. Collected from the 
Minutes of Captain Samuel Swctt, owner of the Milo. Newbury- 
fort: Printed by William^ B. Allen i^ co. and for sale at the several 
Bookstores. Jan. 1S14.. 8vo, pp. 14. BA. 94056 

Dates of birth and death from Marblehead Vital Records. 



SWETT. 381 

[SwETT (Samuel)], b. 1782, d. 1866. A Friend of the South 
in answer to Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery. Boston: Otis, 
Broaders and Comfany. 1 836. l2mo, pp. 19. aas., m. 94057 

A Reply to J. T. Austin's "Remarks," our no. 2414, vol. i. 

The AAS. copy was presented by the author to J. W. Thornton, and has a ms. in- 
scription by the latter, stating on Col. Swett's authority that the work was originally 
published in the "Boston Daily Advertiser." 

SwETT. Historical and Topographical Sketch of Bunker Hill 
Battle, with a Plan. By S. Swett. \_Boston. 18 1 8.] l2mo, pp. 
104. B., BA., c, NVP. 94058 

A separate from David Humphreys' "Essay on the Life of . . . Israel Putnam," 
1818, pp. 173-276. 

None of the located copies contains the plan. 

For later editions, see History, below. 

For remarks on the Sketch, see [Child (D. L.)], no. 12696, vol. 4, aas., ba., bm., 
c, cu., H., M., and Fellows (J.), no. 24022, vol. 6, aas., b., ba. 

Swett. History of Bunker Hill Battle. With a Plan. By S. 
Swett. Second Edition. Much enlarged with new information de- 
rived from the surviving soldiers present at the celebration on the 
17th June last, and notes. Boston: Munroe and Francis, 128 
Washington-Street. 1826. 8vo, pp. 58, 30. Folded map. 

AAS., B., C, H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., WLC, Y. 94059 

The second issue of the author's "Notes to his Sketch of Bunker-Hill Battle," 
with separate title page and imprint, is bound with this edition in its original 
printed covers, forming the last 30 pp. On the inside of the back and front covers, 
are printed "Fragments of works of which the author wishes the remainder." These 
are included in the text of the following edition. 

SwETT. History of Bunker Hill Battle. With a plan. By S. 
Sweet. Third Edition. With notes and likenesses of the principal 
officers. Boston: Munroe and Francis, 128 Washington-Street. 
1827. 8vo, pp. 58, 34. Folded map. aas., B., ba., bm., H., heh., 

M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., U TEX., WHS., WLC. 94060 

The third issue of the author's "Notes to his Sketch of Bunker-Hill Battle," with 
separate title page and imprint. Is bound with this edition in its original wrappers, 
forming the 34 pp. at the end. None of the copies examined contained the likenesses. 
Evidently there were none issued. The h. copy which was the gift of the author has 
a line drawn through the word, and this is the case in the b. copy which formerly 
belonged to the author and has ms. alterations. 

SwETT. Notes to his Sketch of Bunker-Hill Battle. By S. Swett. 
Boston: Munroe and Francis, 128 Washington, corner of Water 
Street. Dec. 1 825. 8vo, pp. 24. AAS., B., nyh., nyp. + [Same 
title, imprint and date]. 8vo, pp. 30. aas., c, nyh. + [Same 
title, imprint and date]. 8vo, pp. 34. aas., m., nyh., nyp. 9406 1 

These editions are, in the main, from the same setting of type. The 24 page 
issue was published separately. The later issues contain additional material and cor- 



382 SWETT. 

rections, and were bound in the original wrappers with the second and third editions 
respectively of the author's "History of Bunker-Hill Battle." 

Issues are located also at ba., heh., hspi, Princeton, utex., whs., y. 

[Swett]. Return of an Old Man to his Native Place. No. III. 
[Boston^ 1836.] i2mo, pp. (6). B. 94062 

The B. copy is included in a small volume with the presentation inscription of S. 
Swett, which also contains mounted clippings of nos. i, 2 and 4, either taken from 
proof, or from a periodical. All four are signed: Senex. 

Possibly no. 3 was the only one issued separately. 

Swett also published several works with historical interest after 1840. 

SwiETEN (Gerard), freiherr van. The | Diseases | incident to 
I Armies. | With the | Method of Cure. | Translated from the 
Original of | Baron Van Swieten, | Physician to their Imperial 
Majesties. | To which are Added; | The Nature and Treatment, | 
of I Gun-shot Wounds. | By John Ranby, Esquire ; Surgeon gen- 
eral I to the British Army. | Likewise, ] some brief directions, to 
be I observed by sea surgeons | in engagements. | Also, | preventa- 
tives of the scurvy at sea. | By William Northcote, Surgeon, | many 
years in the sea-service. | Published, for the Use of Military, and 
Naval Surgeon [s] | in America. | Philadelphia: \ Printedy and Sold, 
by R. Bell, in Third-Street.\MDCCL.xxvi.\Svo, pp. 164. aas., aml., 

B., BA., C, H., HSP., JCB., NYAM., NYH., NYP., P. 94063 
Northcote's work has continuous pagination, pp. 113— 164, and signatures, but a 
separate title page as follows: 

Extracts | from the | Marine Practice | of [ Physic and Surgery. | with some brief 
directions to be | observed by sea-surgeons | in engagements, &c. | By Willima North- 
cote, Surgeon, | many years in the sea-service. | Including, | The Nature and Treat- 
ment, I of I Gun-shot Wounds. I By John Ranby, Esquire; surgeon general | to the 
British Army. | Philadelphia: | Printed and Sold, by R. Bell, in Third-Street. \ 

MDCCLXXVl. I 

Another edition was printed in Boston the following year, b., c, cu., johncrerar, 

M., NYAM., NVP. 

On p. 164 is a notice by the publisher stating that he will shortly bring out a new 
edition of "Plain Concise Practical Remarks, on the Treatment of Wounds and 
Fractures," by John Jones, our no. 36524, vol. 9. One of the aas. copies of van 
Swieten's work is bound in an apparently original binding, with Jones's treatise 
following. A copy in aml. is similarly bound. 

Swift (E[lisha] P[ope]). A Memoir of the Rev. Joseph W. 
Barr, late missionary under the direction of the Western Foreign 
Missionary Society, who died at Richmond, Va., October 28, 1832, 
when on the eve of his embarkation for Western Africa. Compiled 
by E. P. Swift, Corresponding Secretary of the Society. . . . Pitts- 
burgh: Published by R. Patterson. D. and M. Maclean, Prs. 
1833. i8mo, pp. xxii, 23-24, 17-291. 

C, H., HSP., PRINCETON, UTEX, UTS., Y. 94064 
Rewritten "in a form suitable for Sabbath-school libraries," and published by the 
Presbyterian Board of Publication, in Philadelphia in 1854. c., irrs. 



SWIFT (e. p.), 383 

Swift. Semi-Centennial Retrospect. A Sermon, preached in 
the First Presbyterian Church, Allegheny, Pa,, on the eighth of 
December, 1839, being the day appointed to be observed as the 
fiftieth anniversary since the meeting of the first General Assembly 
of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, by E. P. Swift 
. . . Pittsburgh: Printed by Alexander JayneSy Franklin Head, 
Third Street. 1 839. 8vo, pp. 20. C, nyh. 94065 

Also a number of other sermons. 

Swift (Job). Discourses on Religious Subjects, by the late Rev. 
Job Swift, D.D. To which are prefixed, Sketches of his Life and 
Character, and a Sermon, preached at West-Rutland, on the occa- 
sion of his death, by the Rev. Lemuel Haynes. . . . Middlebury, 
Vermonty frinted by Huntington and Fitch. Nov. 1 805. l2mo, 

pp.300. AAS., H., NVH., NYP. (sCHOMBURg), Y. 94066 

According to Gilman, Job Swift preached the Vermont election sermon of 1784. 
We have located no printed copy of the sermon. 

Swift (John), b. 1679, d. 1745. A Funeral Discourse deliver'd 
at Marlborough, on Occasion of the Death of the Reverend and 
Learned Mr. Robert Breck, Late Pastor of the Church there; who 
Died Jan. 6. 1 7 fj . in the 49th Year of his Age. By John Swift, a.m. 
Pastor of the Church in Framingham. Boston, N. E. Printed by 
S. Kneeland and T. Green. m,dcc,xxxi. 8vo, pp. (2), 17. 

B., BA., H., JCB., M. 94067 

Also issued with John Prentices's "Christ's Compassion on the Multitudes," 1731, 
and Israel Loring's "Ministers must Certainly and Shortly Die," 1731, with the 
general half title prefixed: Sermons Occasioned by the Death of Mr. Breck. b. 
See our nos. 42086, vol. 10, and 65069, vol. 15. 

Swift. A Sermon Preach'd at Boston, before the Great and 
General Assembly of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in 
New-England, May 31. mdccxxxii. Being the Anniversary for 
the Election of His Majesty's Council for the Province. By John 
Swift, M.A. And Pastor of the Church in Framingham. Boston in 
New-England: Printed by B. Greeriy Printer to His Excellency 
the Governour and Council, for T. Hancock, at the Bible and Three 
Crowns in Ann-Street, 1732. 8vo, pp. (4), 25. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CHS., EI., H., JCB., M., Y. 94068 

[Swift (Jonathan)]. The Conduct of the Allies and of the 
Late Ministry on Beginning and Carrying on the Present War. 
London: John M or f hew. 1712 {i.e. 1711]. 8vo, pp. 96. 

BM. 94069 
Contains several references to trade with the Spanish West Indies and Peru. 



384 SWIFT (Jonathan). 

According to Nichols' edition of Swift's "Works," vol. 5, 1812, p. 255, the first 
edition was published Nov. 27, 171 1. Seven English editions and a French and a 
Spanish translation were issued during 171 1 and 1712. Of these all but the third 
English edition are at bm. nyp. has several editions. Reprinted, Oxford, 1916. 

Improved title of no. 15200, vol. 4. 

[Swift]. Some Remarks on the Barrier Treaty, between Her 
Majesty and the States-General. By the author of The Conduct 
of the AlHes. To which are added, the said Barrier-Treaty, with 
the two separate articles; part of the counter-project; the senti- 
ments of Prince Eugene and Count Sinzendorf, upon the said 
Treaty; and a representation of the English Merchants at Bruges. 
Edinburgh: Re-p-'mted by Mr. Robert Freebairriy and sold at his 
shop In the Parliament-C loss, I J 12. 8vo, pp. 32. WLC. 94070 

Title supplied by Elizabeth B. Steere. 

For a London, 1712, edition, see no. 86742, vol. 22. bm., bodleian, c, jcb., 
NVP. A "Second Edition" with the same imprint and collation was also issued in 
London in 171 2. bm., bodleian. fac.adV. 

The FAC.ADV. catalogue lists a London, 171 1, edition, but this is probably an 
error since, according to Nichols' edition of Swift's "Works," vol. 6, i8i2, p. i, 
the remarks were not written until 1712. 

Swift (J[oseph] G[ardner]). Report on the Baltimore and 
Susquehanna Rail Road. By General J. G. Swift Chief Engineer. 
Also the Annual Report of the President and Directors to the Stock- 
holders. Baltimore: Printed by Lucas &' Deaver, No. 19 South 
Calvert street. 1 828. 8vo, pp. lO, 24. Continued. 

Swift's report comprises the final 24 pp. BM., NYP. 94^7 ^ 

[Swift]. Reports and Estimates, for uniting Lake Ontario 
with the Erie Canal, at Sodus Bay. Oct. 1831. [n. f. 1831.] 
8vo, pp. 22. NYP. 94072 

Caption title. The first report is dated from Geneva, New York, and signed "J. 
G. Swift, Engineer." 

Also: Report made by order of the Common Council of the City of Brooklyn, on 
the Water Line of that City. ... loth September, 1835. Brooklyn: Bennet and 
Douglass, Printers, iTi^ Fulton Street. 1835. 8vo, pp. 12. nyp. 

Swift (W[illiam H[enry]). Report of the Survey of the Route 
of the Ithaca and Owego Rail-road. By W. H. Swift, United 
States' Engineer. Ithaca: Printed by Mack ^ Andrus, Corner 
of Owego and Tioga-streets. 1 828. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., BUREAU RAIL.ECON., NYH., NYP. 94O73 

Swift together with Nathan Hale prepared a "Report on the Present State of the 
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal ..." Printed, but not Published, by Button and Went- 
tuurth. Boston, 1846. aas., c. 

[Swift (Zephaniah)]. An Address To the Rev. Moses C. 
Welch, containing an Answer to his Reply to the Correspondent, 



SWIFT (zEPHANIAh). 385 

with Some Observations Respecting Certain Late Extraordinary 
Transactions at Woodstock. By the Correspondent. . . . Windham: 
Printed by John Byrne. m,dcc,xciv. 8vo, pp. 62. 

See notes on following title. AAS., JCB., NYP., UTS., V. 94O74 

[Swift]. The Correspondent. Containing, the Pubh'cations in 
the Windham Herald, relative to the Result of the Ecclesiastical 
Council, Holden at Pomfret, in September, 1792, and the Result 
of the Consociation of the County of Windham, Holden at Pom- 
fret, in December, 1792, respecting the Rev. Oliver Dodge; to- 
gether with an Appendix, containing, Some general Observations 
Relative to the true Principles and Spirit of the Christian Religion. 
. . . Windham: Printed by John Byrne. M,DCC,xcill. 8vo, pp. 

140. AAS., BA., C, HEH., NYP., RIHS., UTS., Y. 94075 

By Zephaniah Swift. See Larned's "History of Windham County," vol. 2, 1880, 
pp. 274-276. 

For a reply, see M. C. Welch's "Reply to the Correspondent," which was answered 
by Swift in An Address, above. Welch replied with The Addresser Addressed, which 
was followed by Swift's Second Address, below. 

Swift. An Oration on Domestic Slavery. Delivered at the 
North Meeting-House in Hartford, on the I2th Day of May, a.d. 
1 79 1. At the Meeting of the Connecticut Society for the Promo- 
tion of Freedom, and the Relief of Persons unlawfully holden 
in Bondage. By Zephaniah Swift, Esquire. Hartford: Printed and 
Sold by Hudson and Goodzvin. m.dcc.xci. 8vo, pp. 23. 

AAS., C, H., M., NYP., UTS., Y. 94076 

[Swift] . A Second Address, to the Reverend Moses C. Welch, 
containing an Answer to his Letter to the Correspondent, . . . 
Windham,: Printed by John Byrne. 1 796. Svo, pp. 43. 

aas., c, congreg.lib., y. 94077 

See preceding titles, Address, and Correspondent. 

Swift. A System of the Laws of the State of Connecticut. In 
six books. By Zephaniah Swift. . . . Windham,: Printed by John 
Byrne, for the author. 1795 [-1796]. 2 vols., Svo, pp. (2), vi- 
vii, 452, folded table; v, 479, verso blank, index (6), list of sub- 
scribers (6). B., BM., C, GTS., H., HEH., JOB., MINNHS., NYH., 

NYP., P., PRINCETON, Y. 94O78 

Dexter in his Yale Graduates, vol. 4, p. 60, calls this "the first essay of its kind 
in America." 

Reprinted with many additions, as A Digest of the Laws . . . New Haven, 1822— 
1823. c, NYP., Y. Later editions of the Digest were revised by Henry Dutton, and 
published from i 851— 1862. 



386 SWIFT (zEPHANIAh). 

Swift compiled the index to the "Laws of the United States," Philadelphia, 1796, 
which forms a digest of the same, and in 1 8 10 published A Digest of the Law of 
Evidence, Hartford, 1 810. 

Swift. A Vindication of the Calling of the Special Superior 
Court, at Middletown, on the 4th Tuesday of August, 1 8 15, for 
the Trial of Peter Lung, Charged with the Crime of Murder. 
With Observations on the Constitutional Power of the Legisla- 
ture to Interfere with the Judiciary in the Administration of Jus- 
tice. By Zephaniah Swift. Windham: Printed by J. Byrne. 

18 16. 8vo, pp. 48. AAS., C, NYH., P., UTS., Y. 94O79 

SwiGERT (J[acob]). The Kentucky Justice; comprising the 
office and authority of the Justices of the Peace, Constables, Jailers, 
Coroners, and Escheators, in the State of Kentucky. . . . To which 
is added, an appendix, containing all the most approved forms in 
conveyancing ... By J. Swigert. Frankjort: Printed by Amos 
Kendall and Company y Printers for the State. 1823. 8vo, pp. 
viii, 267. . H. 94080 

[SwiLDENS (J. H.)]. Amsterdam aan zyne Regenten. [n. f.] 

MDCCLXXXI. 8vo, pp. (2), 43. JCB-> NYP. 94081 

Attributed to Swildens in Knuttel's "Catalogus van de Pamfletten-Verzameling 
berustende in de Koninklijke Bibliotheek," no. 19750. 

[SwiLDENs]. Twee brieven aan den hooggeleerden heer Petrus 
Camper, volmagt ten Landsdage &c. &c. Hoofdzakelyke inhoud 
des eersten briefs. [In two columns. Col. I.] Dat het gevaar- 
lyk is aan baatzuchtige vreemdelingen verlof te geeven, om in 
onze Oost- of Westindien alles te gaan opsnuffelen. — Dit wordt 
met drie zonderlinge gevallen verder aan den dag gelegd. Dat 
geen verzaker der Aanbiddelyke Godheid met eenige bediening 
in onze Republiek of in onze Colonien kan of mag begunstigd 
worden; — en een merkwaardig geval onlangs op het eiland 
Grenade gebeurd. [Col. 2.] Dat elk Nederlander volstrekt ver- 
pligt is by de Hooge Overheid of Hoogstderzelver Ministers alle 
noodige opening te geven, zo hy met voUe verzekering weet, dat 
een op hooge recommandatie aangestelde amptenaar een openbaar 
atheist is. Dat iemand, die zulk eene opening geeft, geenszins een 
trouwloos of gevaarlyk mensch is; maar dat hy dit zou zyn, zo 
hy, van alles volkomen verwittigd, geene vereischte opening gaf. 
Te Amsterdamy By Willem Holtropy 1782. 8vo, pp. 64. 

Title supplied by Elizabeth B. Steere. BM., WLC. 94082 

According to the bm. catalogue, the first letter is subscribed "J. H. Swildens," and 
the second is unsigned. 



SWINDRAGE. 387 

SwiNDRAGE (Theodore)], supposed author. Great Probabil- 
ity of a North West Passage. See no. 28460, vol. 7. aas., c, nyp. 

Meusel's "Bibliotheca Historica," vol. 3, pt. 2, 1788, p. 104, attributes the au- 
thorship to "Theodori Swindrage." However, this is evidently a garbled form of 
the name. Rich thinks it probable that the above work and the ".A.ccount of a 
Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage ... by the Clerk of the Califor- 
nia," 1 748-1 749, no. 20808, vol. 5, c, H., NYP., were written by the same author. 
Barrow in his "Chronological History of Voyages into the Arctic Regions," 181 8, 
pp. 287-288, and Winsor, vol. 8, p. ill, state that the name of the clerk of the 
California was Drage. Sabin enters the "Account" under Theodore Swaine Drage, 
and Allibone both titles under William Drage or Dragge. 

Swinging Round the Circle. See [Locke (D. R.)], no. 4 172 1— 
41722, vol. 10. Boston, 1867. aas., nyp. 

I; SwiNiN (Paul). See Svin'in (Pavel Petrovich). 

SwiNSON (William). An Expose of the Know Nothings, their 
Degrees, Signs, Grips, Pass Words, Charges, Oaths, Initiations; 
together with their Objects, Tendencies and Increase. By Wil- 
liam Swinson, Esq., e.p.g. Philadelphia: W. Ferguson Davis. 

1854. I2mo, pp. 10. NYP., P., UTEX. 94083 

SwiNTON (Archibald). Report of the Trial of Alexander 
Humphreys or Alexander, claiming the title of Earl of Stirling, 
before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, for the crime 
of forgery. With an Appendix, containing the whole documentary 
evidence. By Archibald Swinton, advocate. Edinburgh: Thomas 
Clark, Law-Bookseller. M.DCCC.xxxix. [Verso of title:] Edin- 
burgh: Printed by Ballantyne and Hughes, PauPs Work, Canon- 
gate. 8vo, pp. (2), V, (i), xxiv, 356, cviii. Folded facsimile. 

BA., H.(lAw), NYH., nyp. 94084 
A slip of apology for delay in the publication is inserted following the title page. 

SwiNTON (William). . . . The War for the Union. By Wil- 
liam Swinton, Washington Editor of the New York Times. The 
First, Second, Third and Fourth Years of the War. September 9, 
1864. New York: Published bv the Loyal Publication Society. 

1864. 8vo, pp. 20. B., C, NYP. 94085 

With heading: Loyal Publication Society, 863 Broadwav. No. 62. 

The above title, of a later period than that now covered by this Dictionary, is in- 
cluded because of a reference from Loyal Publication Society. Other works by this 
author are not included. 

c. has another edition of this work, without imprint, 8vo, pp. 16, and a German 
translation with the caption title, Armee and Flotte und ihre ruhmreichen Thatcn, 
[Baltimore, I 864?]. 

A Swiss, pseud. Great Britain's Right to Tax her Colonies. 
See no. 28437, ^°1- 7- ^^-y C-, nyh., nyp., p. 



388 SWISS. 

Hildeburn, no. 3310, attributes the work to Johann Joachim Zubly on the 
authority of Miller's Pennsylvanischer Staatsbote, Oct. 20, 1775. 

Our previous entry gives two editions, London, 177^, and Philadelphia, n. d. An 
examination of the three copies of the supposed Philadelphia edition at p. shows 
them to be identical with the copy of the London edition at the same library, except 
that they lack the title page. Pp. 1—2, following the London title page, form a half 
title which is the first leaf of the supposed Philadelphia edition. The c, nyh., and 
NYP. copies also begin with this half title, and it is probable that copies imported 
from England were sold in America without the title page. 

Swiss Gentleman, fseud. A Letter from South Carolina. 
See South Carohna, nos. 87859-8786 1, vol. 2 2. 

The work has also been attributed to Jean Pierre Purry, see the similar titles 
under that author. 

The Swiss Peasant, See [Malan {Rev. Caesar Henri Abra- 
ham)], no. 44088, vol. II. c, NYP. 

Sword and Pike Exercise for Artillery. As taught by Capt. John 
Roulstone, and practised by the Boston Sea Fencibles. Boston: 
Published by Munroe £f? Francis, No, 4, Cornhill. 18 18. l2mo, 

pp. 12. AAS. 94086 

Svvymel-Klacht des Spaenschen Conincks. See [Eibergen 
(Rutg.)], no. 22075, vol. 6. c, JCB. 

Dedication signed, Rvtgervs Eibergen. 

In January, 1928, eleven copies were reproduced by photostat at the Massachusetts 
Historical Society from the John Carter Brown Library copy, aas., c, heh., jcb., 

M., NEWBERRY, NYH., NYP., WHS., WLC, Y. 

[Sydenham (Edward)]. The Man of Two Lives. A Narra- 
tive written by himself. . , . Londo7i: Henry Colburn, Netu Bur- 
lington Street. 1828. 2 vols., i2mo. c. 94087 

Signed, "Edward Sydenham," a pseudonym of James Boaden. 

Reprinted, Boston, 1829. c. No American interest. Included because of cross 
reference. 

Sydney. See also Sidney. 

Sydney, fseud. Letters on the Affairs of Spain, and Spanish 
America: with Observations on the Revolution of the Continent. 
By Sydney, hondon: Printed jor C. and R. Baldwin, New Bridge- 
street: sold also by J. Ridgway, 170, Piccadilly. 1 809. [Verso 
of title :] C. and R. Baldwin, Prifiters, Nezv Bridge-street, London. 
8vo, pp. iv, 34. NYP. 94088 

Sydney, fseud. Sydney, on Retrocession. To the Congress of 
the United States. [Washington. 183-?] 8vo, pp. 15. 

c, WLC. 94089 

"Seven essays, previously published in the United States Telegraph." — c. 



SYDNEY. 389 

Sydney (Algernon), fsend. Essays on the American System, 
its principle and object, originally published in the Boston Com. 
Gazette, in October, 183 1. Under the signature of Algernon 
Sydney, and re-published in the Banner of the Constitution. Phila- 
delfh'ia: Printed by T. W. U stick, No. 3, Franklin Plucr. 183 1. 

8vO, pp. 28. H., NYH., NYP. 94090 

Sydney (Algernon), fseud. The Letters of Algernon Sydney, 
in defence of civil liberty and against the encroachments of military 
despotism, written by an eminent citizen of Virginia, and first pub- 
lished in the Richmond Enquirer in 1 8 1 8— 1 9. To which are added, 
in an appendix. The remarks of Mr. Ritchie as referred to by the 
author of "Algernon Sydney" in page 30 of this pamphlet. With 
an introduction by the present publisher, Richmond: Printed and 
Published by T. W. White. 1 830. 8vo, pp. viii, 49, verso blank, 

55-65. AAS., BA., C, H., NYH., NYP., Y., VA.STATE LIB. 9409I 

On cover title "Sydney" is spelled "Sidney." 

For a doubtful undated edition, of which we have located no copy, see tlie nutlior, 
[Leigh (Benjamin Watkins)], no. 39912, vol. 10. 

[Sydney (John)], fseud.? . . . [Beginning of text:] According 
to my Promise I shall now lay before the Reader such Alterations, 
with respect to the Government of New- York Colony, as may be 
highly advantageous to all the inhabitants. . . . \^New York? Printed 
by John Peter Xenger? 173-?] Folio, pp. 5. NYH. 94092 

A one line quotation from Cicero forms the heading. 

Signed: John Sidney. 

The following title was probably intended as a preface to this tract. The author 
concludes in a similar manner: "In this Paper I have express'd my Sentiments with 
that Freedom which becomes a Briton." 

Although not specifically answering Cosby's speech of April 25, 1734, this is 
probably the tract which Evans, no. 3841, describes as follows: 

Reply to the Speech of Governor Cosby. By Sydney. New-York: Printed by 
John Peter Zenger. 1 734. 

Written in the handwriting of Henry F. DePuy in the margin of p. I in the nyh. 
copy: "Printed by Zenger." 

Not listed in Rutherford's "John Peter Zenger," 1904. 

[Sydney], fseud.? . . . [Beginning of text:] Men are subject 
to Errors, and it is the Work of the Best and Wisest, to discover 
and ammend [sic] such as their Ancestors may have committed, 
or to add Perfection to those Things, which by ahem [sic] have 
been well invented. . . . \_New York. Printed by John Peter 
Xenger. 173-?] Folio, pp. (4). NVP. 94093 

On the necessity of changes in government. 

A one line quotation from TertuUian, and another from Cicero form the heading. 

Pp. [2] and [3] are blank. 

Signed: John Sydney. 

VOL. XXIV. 25 



390 SYDNEY CLIFTON. 

Listed under 1732 in Rutherford's "John Peter Zeng-er," 1904, p. 144, with the 
following- note: "The above is the description of the only copy [nyp.] known. It 
is evidently a proof and it was probably the intention to issue the sheet as a single 
leaf, printed on both sides." 

It is undoubtedly proof because there are many ms. corrections, but it seems prob- 
able from the following statements in the final paragraph that it was intended for a 
preface to the tract entered above, rather than for a separate broadside. "In Conse- 
quence of these Principles, which I think are undubitably just and true, I shall lay 
before my Readers such Alterations, as I concieve [sic] may be either necessary 
or convenient with respect to New-York Colony. This I shall do with all Submission 
and Deference to Gentlemen of superior Understanding, and at the same Time 
speak with that Freedom and Impartiality which becomes a Briton." 

Sydney Clifton; or, Vicissitudes in Both Hemispheres. See [Fay 
(Theodore S.)], note following no. 23949, vol. 6. c, y. 

Sykes (James). Biographical Memoir of Doctor James Sykes. 
From the Tenth Number of Chapman's Journal of Medical and 
Physical Science. [Philadelfhia.] Feb. 1823. 8vo, pp. 7. 

NYP. 94094 

Reprinted from the "Philadelphia Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences 
. . . edited by N. Chapman, m.d.," vol. 5, 1822, pp. 425-429. 

Syllacius (Nicolaus). [Caption of first leaf:] Ad sapiewtissi- 
mnm Ludouicu^n- Mariaw Sfortia/Tz- Anglu/ra septimuT/j Medio | 
lani Dxxctm: de iwsulis meridiani atque iwdici maris sub suspicijs 
inuictis | simoru?n Regum liispa.nia.rum nup^r iwuewtis: Nicolai 

medicini3:e doctoris philosophiaw Papi«e 
[Caption of second leaf:] De insulis 
meridiani atqwe indici maris nuper inuentis. | [Paviai' F. Girard- 
hengi? 1494? ] 4to, lO leaves of which only the third, fourth and 
fifth are numbered. heh., nyp. 94095 

Copies are also located by Thacher in the Trivulzio Library at Milan, the former 
Royal Library at Madrid, and the Royal Library of Denmark, see his "Christopher 
Columbus," vol. 2, p. 215. 

In transcribing the title, the abbreviations printed in the original have been 
spelled out in italics, following the usage of Wilberforce Eames in the reprints in- 
cluded in "The Letter of Columbus . . . printed by order of the Trustees of the 
Lenox Library," 1892. 

The dedication to Sforza is dated on the verso of the first leaf: "Ex Papia \d\bus 
dece/?/bris. 1494." A letter to Alphonso di Cavalleria on the verso of the final leaf 
bears the same date. 

The earliest published account of Columbus' second voyage. James Lenox states, 
in his introduction to the reprint of the work entered below, that while Niccolo 
Scillacio was lecturing on philosophy at the University of Pavia in 1494, Guglielmo 
Coma, "a noble personage, wrote to him from Spain, describing the discoveries re- 
cently made by Columbus. These letters he immediately translated into Latin, in- 
serting such other accounts as were then universally current." As Scillacio was 
living with Giovanni Antonio Birreta at this time, see first line of second page of 
the dedication, and the latter had printed in connection with Francesco Girardhengi, 
it is generally supposed that the account was printed by Girardhengi in December, 
1494, or in the early part of 1495. Thacher, however, is inclined "From the pecu- 
liarities presented by certain letters ... to assign it to the press of Aloysius de Como 



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and Bartholomaeus de Trottis, who printed in partnership at Pavia in the year 
1497," op. cit. vol. 2, p. 222. See Harrisse's "Bibllothcca Americana Vetustissima," 
no. 16; Ronchini's "Intorno ad un rarissimo opuscolo," 1856, bm., nvh., nvh.j 
and his "Nicolo Scillacio," 1875, which also appeared in ".\tti e Memorie delle 
RR. Deputazioni di storia patria per le provincie modenesi e parmensi," vol. 8, 
1876, pp. 185-196; Merkel's "L'opuscolo 'De Insulis nuper inventis' del messinesc 
Nicolo Scillacio" in "Memorie del R. Istituto Lombardo di Scienze e Lettere," vol. 
20, 1896, pp. 167-253; Fumagalli's "Una novissima riproduzione dell' opuscolo 
di Niccolo Scillacio" in "Bibliofilia," vol. 2, 1901, pp. 205-216; and Thacher's 
"Christopher Columbus," vol. 2, 1903, pp. 213—262. 

Facsimile reproductions were issued in Florence in 1900, h., nyp., and by Edward 
Bierstadt in New York in 1903, nyp. 

A facsimile reprint from the nyp. copy and Mulligan's English translation, with 
a translation of Dr. Chanca's letter, appear in Thacher's "Christopher Columbus," 
vol. 2, 1903, pp. 223—281. Thacher omits the translation of the letter to Cavallarie, 
which appears on the verso of the last le;if in the original. 

Ten copies were reproduced by photostat at the Massachusetts Historical Society 
from the New York Public Library copy, January, 1924. aas., c, heh., Jcb., m., 

NEWBERRY, NYP., WHS., WLC, Y". 

Syllacius. NicoLius Syllacius De Insulis Meridiani atque Indici 
Maris Nuper Inventis. With a Translation into English by the 
Rev, John Mulligan, a.m. New York. 1 859. 4to, pp. xviii, 105, 
(i), Ixiii. Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., H., M., NYAM., NYH., NYP. 94096 

Binder's title: "Opusculum De Insulis Nuper Inventis." On verso of title: 
"Only 102 copies printed. 2 in folio. 100 in quarto." Edited by James Lenox. 

Contents: Introduction; signed by J[ames] L[enox], pp. vii— xviii; ... De 
Insulis Nuper Inventis, printed in black letter, with a Translation into English, pp. 
99; Notes by the English Translator, pp. loi — 105; Appendix A., translation of 
Dr. Chanca's Letter [describing the same voyage], pp. xxxiv; Appendix B., Bib- 
liographical notice of the early accounts of Columbus' Voyages, pp. xxxv-lxii. 

In some copies the vignette on the verso of p. loS is a bunch of fruit, and in 
others it depicts two female figures blowing trumpets. 

Reissued in i860 with the following on verso of title: "Only 152 copies printed. 
2 in folio. 150 in quarto." nyh., nyp. This issue has vignettes of fruit on the 
verso of the second and third leaves, which do not appear in the 1859 issue. No 
other differences were noticed. One of the nyp. copies has two title pages, one 
dated 1 859 and the o