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Putnam's Library of Choice Stories. Sea Stories. Now first Collected, And forming the Fifth Volume of "Putnam's Story Library."
1858
 

Subdued Southern Nobility: a Southern Ideal. By One of the Nobility.
1882
 

The Haunted School-House at Newburyport, Mass.
1873
 

Collection of Twenty-Seven Lesbian Pulp Fiction Titles,l 1949-63. Paperbacks in Very Good to Fine Condition with Printed Illustrated Wrappers.
1949
 

?VICTOR, MRS. M. V. Miss Slimmens' Window. By the Author of "A Bad Boy's Diary."
1880
 

ABBOTT, BENJAMIN, AU Cone Cut Corners: the Experiences of a Conservative Family in Fanatical Times; Involving Soem Account of a Connecticut Village, the People Who Lived In It, and Those Who Came There from the City. By Benauly [pseud.].
1855
 

ABBOTT, L.A. Seven Wives and Seven Prisons: or Experiences in the Life of a Matrimonial Monomaniac. A True Story, Written by Himself.
1870
 

ADAMS, F. C. Manuel Pereira; or, the Sovereign Rule of South Carolina.
1853
 

ADAMS, FRANCIS C. Our World: or, the Slaveholder's Daughter.
1855
 

ADAMS, FRANCIS C. The Life and Adventures of Maj. Roger Sherman Potter: Together with an Accurate and Exceedingly Interesting Account of His Great Achievements in Politics, Diplomacy, and War...Illustrated by Huber....By Pheleg van Trusedale...
1858
 

ADAMS, HENRY. Democracy. An American Novel.
1880
 

ADAMS, HENRY. Democracy an American Novel.
1882
 

ADAMS, HENRY. Democracy. An American Novel.
1882
 

ADAMS, HENRY. Democracy. An American Novel.
1880
 

ADAMS, HENRY. Democracy an American Novel.
1882
 

ADAMS, JOHN T. The Knight of the Golden Melice, a Historical Romance...
1857
 

ALCOTT, LOUISA M. Three Proverb Stories....Illustrated by Augustus Hoppin.
1870
 

ALCOTT, LOUISA M. Spinning-Wheel Stories.
1884
 

ALCOTT, LOUISE! M. "My Rococo Watch" [in] The National Elgin Watch Company's Illustrated Almanac for 1875.
1874
 

ALDRICH, T.B Out of His Head, a Romance.
1862
 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES W Maud of the Mississippi. A Companion to Pauline of the Potomac. A Companion to Pauline of the Potomac. By Wesley Bradshaw [pseud.] A Thrilling Narrative of the Adventures of Miss Pauline d'Estraye...during the Vicksburg Campaign...
1864
 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES W Poor Lizzie Lee, or the Heiress and Coachman. The Only Full And Authentic Account of the Secret Marriage of Miss Lizzie Lee, the beautiful heiress, with her father's coachman, who was a scoundrel in disguise, and who, through the influence of the fashionable Madame La Farge was employed by Mr. Lee.
1884
 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES W Maud of the Mississippi. A Companion to Pauline of the Potomac. A Companion to Pauline of the Potomac. By Wesley Bradshaw [pseud.] A Thrilling Narrative of the Adventures of Miss Pauline d'Estraye...during the Vicksburg Campaign...
1864
 

ALLSTON, WASHINGTON. Monaldi: A Tale.
1841
 

AMES, ELEANOR MARIA. Libra: an Astrological Romance. By Eleanor Kirk.
1896
 

ANDERSEN, HANS CHRIS Only a Fiddler! And O.T. Translated by Mary Howitt.
1845
 

ANDERSON, C.H. Armour; or, What Are You Going To Do About It?
1881
 

ANON. Eveline Trevor, A Romance of the Revolution. By the Author of 'Marion's Men,' 'Ernest Harcourt,' &c. &c.
1843
 

ANON. The History of Constantius and Pulchera, or Constancy Rewarded. First New-York Edition.
1801
 

ANON. Mary Kale; Or, Big Thunder! Chief of the Anti-Renters. By Tom Shortfellow [pseud.].
1845
 

ANON. Runaway Girls and Their Adventures. [Wrapper title.] [Title page in German.]
1883
 

ANON. Sketches of Trojan Life. Drawn with a Free Pencil. By an Amateur.
1847
 

ANON. The Budget; or Humble Attempts at Immortality.
1830
 

ANON. Fate of the Steam-Ship President, Which sailed from New-York, March 11th, 1841, bound for Liverpool.
1845
 

ANON. An Affecting History of the Captivity & Sufferings of Mrs. Mary Velnet, an Italian Lady, Who Was Seven Years a Slave in Tripoli...Written by Herself. The First American Edition.
1804
 

ANON. Lafitte, or the Barratarian Chief: an American Tale. To which is added, The Sea Voyage. By Richard Penn Smith.
1830
 

ANON. The Adopted Daughter, or the Trials of Sabra. A Tale of Real Life. Edition,--Five Thousand Copies.
1858
 

ANON. An Affecting History of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Mary Velnet, An Italian Lady. Who Was Seven Years a Slave in Tripoli, Three of which, she was confined in a Dungeon, Loaded with Irons, and four times put to the most cruel tortures ever invented by man. Written by Herself.
1804
 

ANON. Six Hundred Dollars a Year. A Wife's Effort at Low Living, Under High Prices.
1867
 

ANON. Home, or a Short Account of Charles Grafton.
1816
 

ANON. The Lottery Ticket: an American Tale.
1822
 

ANON. Edmund and Margaret; or Sobriety and Faithfulness Rewarded.
1822
 

ANON. The Life of Eleanor Moreland, in a Letter to Her Niece.
1822
 

ANON. The Suspected Boy.
1824
 

ANON. Edmund and Margaret; or Sobriety and Faithfulness Rewarded. Printed for the Trustees of the Publishing Fund...
1822
 

ANON. Claremont; or, the Undivided Household.
1857
 

ANON. The Scrap Table, for M DCCC XXXI.
1830
 

ANON. Dolby and Father. By "Buz."
1868
 

ANON. Desultoria: the Recovered MSS. of an Eccentric.
1850
 

ANON. The Life of Miss Fanny Bell, and the Female Hermit. Part II. The Indian Girl, or the Father's Revenge. Complete in One Number. [Wrapper title].
1849
 

ANON. Gnaw-Wood; or New England Life in a Village. By Henry W.B. Cher. Second Edition.
1868
 

ANON. A Female Wanderer; or the Remarkable Disclosures of Cordelia and Edwin. Written by Herself.
1857
 

ANON. Running a Time Table. A Brakeman's Story. [Wrapper title].
1873
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. The History of Constantius and Pulchera, or Virtue Rewarded.
1801
 

ANON. The Heart of the West: an American Story. By an Illinoian. Time: 1860. Scene: On the Mississippi.
1871
 

ANON. Letters of Major Jack Downing, of the Downingville Militia.
1865
 

ANON. The History of Ali Cogia. The Moral Contained in This Interesting Story Ought to be Impressed on the Mind of Every Magistrate. To which is added the Story of Cogia Hassan Alhabbal, Thus Translated, for the Use of Country Gentlemen, Merchant Hassan, Rope Maker of Bagdad.
1808
 

ANON. The Minstrel; or, Anecdotes of Distinguished Personages in the Fifteenth Century. Three Volumes in One. First American...Edition.
1802
 

ANON. Mr. Frank, the Underground Mail-Agent. By Vidi. Illustrated with Designs by White.
1853
 

ANON. PS AND QS. [P's and Q's].
1828
 

ANON. The Yankee Enterprise, or the Two Millionaires; and Other Thrilling Tales.
1855
 

ANON. Ambrose and Eleanor or, the Disinherited Pair. A tale of the Revolution. By an Officer. Vol. I-[II].
1834
 

ANON. An Affecting History of the Captivity & Sufferings of Mrs. Mary Velnet, an Italian Lady, Who Was Seven Years a Slave in Tripoli...Written by Herself. The First American Edition.
1804
 

ARTHUR, T. S. The Maiden: A Story for My Young Countrywomen.
1845
 

ARTHUR, T. S. True Riches; or, Wealth Without Wings.
1852
 

ARTHUR, T.S. Bell Martin; or the Heiress. An American Story of Real Life.
1843
 

ARTHUR, T.S. Cecilia Howard; or, the Young Lady Who Had Finished Her Education. Complete in One Volume.
1852
 

ARTHUR, T.S. Riches Have Wings; or, a Tale for the Rich and Poor.
1847
 

ARTHUR, T.S. The Seamstress. A Tale of the Times.
1843
 

ARTHUR, T.S. Ed.. Words of Cheer for the Tempted, the Toiling, and the Sorrowing.
1861
 

ASHBY, PROFESSOR. Viola: the Redeemed. A Domestic Tale.
1845
 

AUGUSTIN, GEO. Romances of New Orleans.
1891
 

AUSTEN, JANE. Elizabeth Bennet; or, Pride and Prejudice: A Novel. In Two Volumes...First American...
1832
 

BACON, DELIA SALTER. The Bride of Fort Edward, Founded on an Incident of the Revolution.
1839
 

BAILEY, CHARLES. The Reclaimed Student: a Tale of College Life.
1844
 

BAKER, HARRIET. The Organ Grinder: or, Struggles After Holiness. By Mrs. Madeline Leslie (pseud.).
1862
 

BALDWIN, JAMES. Giovanni's Room.
1956
 

BALDWIN, JOSEPH G. The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi. A Series of Sketches.
1853
 

BALLOU, M.M. The Naval Officer, or, the Pirate's Cave. A Tale of the Last War. By Lieutenant Murray.
1845
 

BALLOU, M.M. Roderick the Rover: or the Spirit of the Wave. By Lieutenant Murray.
1853
 

BALLOU, M.M. The Protege of the Grand Duke. A Tale of Italy. By Frank Forester (pseud.).
1845
 

BANGS, JOHN KENDRICK (Novels & Short Stories).
1902
 

BANKS, MARY ROSS. Bright Days in the Old Plantation Time. Illustrated by James H. Moser.
1882
 

BARKER, BENJAMIN. Francisco, Or the Pirate of the Pacific. A Tale of Land and Sea.
1845
 

BARKER, BENJAMIN. Francisco, or the Pirate of the Pacific. A Tale of the Land and Sea.
1845
 

BARKER, BENJAMIN. Francisco, or the Pirate of the Pacific. A Tale of Land and Sea.
1845
 

BARKER, BENJAMIN. Mornilva: or, the Outlaw of the Forest. A Romance of "Lake" Wenham.
1846
 

BARKER, BENJAMIN. Zoraida: or the Witch of Naumkeag! A Tale of the Olden Time. By Egbert Augustus Cowslip.
1845
 

BARTON, W.E. Life in The Hills of Kentucky.
1890
 

BAYLOR, FRANCES COUR Behind the Blue Ridge. A Homely Narrative.
1887
 

BEARD, O.T. Bristling with Thorns. A Story of War and Reconstruction.
1884
 

BEDDOES, THOMAS. The Authentic History of Isaac Jenkins, His Wife, and Their Three Children; with an Agreeable and Happy Sequel...
1822
 

BEECHER, HENRY WARD. Norwood; or, Village Life in New England.
1868
 

BEERS, HENRY A. A Suburban Pastoral and Other Tales.
1894
 

BELKNAP, JEREMY. The Foresters, an American Tale: Being a Sequel to the History of John Bull the Clothier. In a Series of Letters to a Friend.
1792
 

BELKNAP, JEREMY. The Foresters, an American Tale: Being a Sequel to the History of John Bull the Clothier. In a Series of Letters to a Friend.
1792
 

BELKNAP, JEREMY. The Foresters, an American Tale: Being a Sequel to the History of John Bull the Clothier....The Second Edition, Revised and Considerably Enlarged.
1796
 

BELLAMY, EDWARD. Equality.
1897
 

BELLAMY, ELIZABETH W The Little Joanna. A Novel. by Kamba Thorpe.
1876
 

BENNETT, EMERSON The Phantom of the Forest: A Tale of the Dark and Bloody Ground. Author's Revised Edition
1868
 

BENNETT, FRED E. Fred Bennett the Mormon Detective or Adventures in the Wild West. Mormonism Unmasked.
1887
 

BIERCE, AMBROSE. The Dance of Death. By William Herman. Third Edition. Sixteenth Thousand.
1877
 

BIGHAM, REV. R.W. California Gold-field Scenes: Selections from Quien Sabe's Gold-field Manuscripts. Introduction by A.G. Haygood.
1886
 

BIRD, DR. ROBERT MON The Hawks of Hawk-Hollow: A Tradition of Pennsylvania.
1839
 

BIRD, ROBERT MONTGOM Nick of the Woods, or the Jibbenainosay. A Tale of Kentucky. In Two Volumes.
1837
 

BOKUM, HERMANN. Never Despair: A Tale of the Emigrants. Founded on Fact.
1837
 

BOSHER, KATE LEE. "Bobbie." By Kate Cairns.
1899
 

BOWEN, MRS. SUE. Sylvia's World. [And] Crimes Which the Law Does Not Reach.
1859
 

BRACKENRIDGE, H.H. Modern Chivalry: Containing the Adventures of a Captain and Teague O'Regan, His Servant. Vol. I-[2].
1813
 

BRACKENRIDGE, H.H. Modern Chivalry: Containing the Adventures of a Captain and Teague O'Regan, His Servant. Vol. I-[2].
1804
 

BROWN, CHARLES BROCK Wieland; or the Transformation. An American Tale.
1798
 

BROWN, JOHN WALKER. Julia of Baiae, or The Days of Nero.
1843
 

BROWNE, CHARLES FARR Artemus Ward His Travels. Part I.-Miscellaneous. Part II.-Among the Mormons. With Comic Illustrations by Mullen.
1865
 

BROWNE, CHARLES FARR Artemus Ward. His Book. With Many Comic Illustrations.
1865
 

BRUSH, CHRISTINE. The Colonel's Opera Cloak.
1879
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULL Tales of Glauber-Spa. By Several American Authors. In Two Volumes.
1832
 

BUCKNER, ALICE MORRI Towards the Gulf. A Romance of Louisiana
1887
 

BUCKNER, ALICE MORRI Towards the Gulf. A Romance of Louisiana.
1887
 

BULLARD, MRS. LAURA Now-A-Days!
1854
 

BULWER-LYTTON, EDWAR Conversations with an Ambitious Student in Ill Health: with Other Pieces.
1832
 

BURWELL, WILLIAM M. White Acre vs. Black Acre. A Case at Law. Reported by J.Q. Esq. [pseud.], a Retired Barrister, of Lincolnshire, England.
1856
 

BUTLER, WILLIAM ALLE Mrs. Limber's Raffle; or, a Church Fair and Its Victims. A Short Story.
1876
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. Madame Delphine.
1881
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. The Grandissimes
1898
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. Old Creole Days.
1891
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. The Cavalier. With Illustrations by Howard Chandler Christy.
1901
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. The Grandissimes
1899
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. Bonaventure. A Prose Pastoral of Acadian Louisiana.
1899
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. Dr. Sevier.
1899
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. John March. Southerner
1900
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. Strong Hearts.
1899
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. Old Creole Days. A Story of Creole Life.
1899
 

CAZNEAU, MRS. WILLIA Eagle Pass; or, Life n the Border. By Cora Montgomery.
1852
 

CHATEAUBRIAND, F.A. Atala; or the Love and Constancy of Two Savages in the Desert. Translated from the French...by Caleb Bingham.
1802
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. A Reel in a Bottle, for Jack in the Doldrums; being the Adventures of Two of the King's Seamen in a Voyage to the Celestial Country. Edited from the Manuscripts of an Old Salt. By Rev. Henry T. Cheever
1852
 

CHENEY, MRS. H.V A Peep at the Pilgrims in Sixteen Hundred Thirty-Six. A Tale of Olden Times
1850
 

CHESNUTT, CHARLES W. The Conjure Woman.
1899
 

CLARK, J.F. The Society in Search of Truth; or, Stock Gambling in San Francisco. A Novel.
1878
 

CLEMENS, S. L. Old Times On the Mississippi: by Mark Twain.
1876
 

CLEMENS, S. L. Old Times On the Mississippi: by Mark Twain.
1876
 

CLEMENS, S.L. The Mississippi Pilot. By Mark Twain.
1877
 

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. By Mark Twain.
1876
 

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. Sketches by Mark Twain. Now First Published in Complete Form.
1880
 

CODMAN, JOHN. Sailors' Life and Sailors' Yarns. By Captain Ringbolt. {Pseud.].
1847
 

COOKE, JOHN ESTEN. The Virginia Comedians: or, Old Days in the Old Dominion. Edited from the Mss. of C. Effingham, Esq. In Two Volumes.
1854
 

COOPER, J. F. The Prairie, a Tale, by the Author of The Spy, the Pilot, &c. &c.
1827
 

COOPER, J. F. The Pioneers, Or the Sources of the Susquehanna; A Descriptive Tale.
1823
 

COOPER, J. F. The Pioneers, Or the Sources of the Susquehanna; A Descriptive Tale.
1823
 

COOPER, J. FENNIMORE The Pioneers: or, the Sources of the Susquehanna. A Descriptive Tale.
1841
 

COOPER, J.F. The Prairie, a Tale, by the Author of The Spy, the Pilot, &c. &c. In Three Volumes. Vol. I [-III].
1827
 

COOPER, J.F. The Red Rover, a Tale....in Three Volumes. Vol. I [-III].
1827
 

COOPER, J.F. The Pioneers, or the Sources of the Susquehanna; a Descriptive Tale. In Two Volumes (in one).
1823
 

COOPER, J.F. Home As Found.
1838
 

COOPER, J.F. The Wept of Wish Ton-Wish: a Tale; in two volumes.
1829
 

COOPER, J.F. The Wept of Wish Ton-Wish: a Tale; in Two Volumes.
1829
 

COOPER, J.F. The Wept of Wish Ton-Wish: a Tale; in Two Volumes.
1829
 

COOPER, J.F. The Last of the Mohicans; a Narrative of 1757. By the Author of "The Pioneers." In Two Volumes. [Volume One].
1826
 

COOPER, J.F. The Pioneers, or the Sources of the Susquehanna; a Descriptive Tale. In Two Volumes (in one).
1823
 

COOPER, J.F.. The Bravo: a Tale. In Two Volumes.
1831
 

COOPER, JAMES F. The Two Admirals. A Tale.
1851
 

COOPER, JAMES F. Lionel Lincoln: or, the Leaguer of Boston. In Two Volumes. Fifth-Edition.
1835
 

COOPER, JAMES FENIMO The Spy; A Tale of the Neutral Ground. Vol. II of 2.
1822
 

COZZENS, FREDERIC S. Father Tom and the Pope, or a Night in the Vatican.
1867
 

COZZENS, JAMES GOULD The Just and The Unjust.
1942
 

CRANE, NATHALIA. The Sunken Garden.
1926
 

CRANE, STEPHEN. The Little Regiment and Other Episodes of the American Civil War.
1897
 

CRANE, STEPHEN. George's Mother.
1896
 

CRANE, STEPHEN. The Red Badge of Courage. An Episode of the American Civil War.
1896
 

CURTIS, NEWTON M. The Black-Plumed Riflemen. A Tale of the Revolution.
1846
 

CURTIS, NEWTON MALLO The Doom of the Tory's Guard. A Tale.
1843
 

CUSHING, ELIZA L. Yorktown: an Historical Romance. In Two Volumes.
1826
 

DANA, R.H. Jun. Two Years Before the Mast; or, a Voice from the Forecastle: Being a Sailor's Life at Sea. An Authentic Narrative.
1851
 

DE KOCK, CHARLES PAU John; Or the Darling of Nature and the Ladies. A Novel Translated from the French…
1843
 

DE LEON, T.C. The Rock or the Rye. An Understudy. After "The Quick or the Dead."
1888
 

DeKOVEN, JAMES. Dorchester Polytechnic Academy; Dr. Neverasole, Principal.
1879
 

DENTON, WILLIAM. Garrison in Heaven. A Dream.
1882
 

DICKENS, CHARLES. The Pickwick Papers.
1855
 

DIXON, THOMAS, JR. The Clansman. An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan. Illustrated by Arthur I. Keller.
1905
 

DONNELLY, IGNATIUS. The Golden Bottle or the Story of Ephraim Benezet of Kansas.
1892
 

DOUGALL, LILY. The Mormon Prophet.
1899
 

DUGANNE, AUGUSTINE J Bianca. [Wrapper title].
1854
 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM. Thirty Years Ago; or the Memoirs of a Water Drinker. In Two Volumes.
1836
 

DUPUY, ELIZA A The Mysterious Guest.
1873
 

DUPUY, ELIZA ANN. The Planter's Daughter. A Tale of Louisiana.
1858
 

EDWARDS, T.A. Daring Donald McKay, or the Last War-Trail of the Modocs. The Romance of the Life of Donald McKay, Government Scout, and Chief of the Warm Spring Indians.
1888
 

EGGLESTON, EDWARD. "The Watchmaker's Love Story," [in] The National Elgin Watch Companys [!] Illustrated Almanac...1873.
1872
 

ELDER, WILLIAM. The Enchanted Beauty, and Other Tales, Essays, and Sketches.
1855
 

ELMORE, JAMES BUCHAN Twenty-Five Years in Jackville. A Romance in the Days of "The Golden Circle" and Selected Poems.
1904
 

EMBURY, EMMA C. The Blind Girl. With Other Tales.
1845
 

FALCONER, WILLIAM. Bloom and Brier; or, As I Saw It, Long Ago. A Southern Romance.
1870
 

FAST, HOWARD. Spartacus.
1951
 

FAY, THEODORE S. Hoboken: A Romance of New York. In Two Volumes [in one].
1843
 

FEZANDIE, CLEMENT. Through the Earth.
1898
 

FIELD, EUGENE. Second Book of Tales.
1896
 

FISHER, MARY A. A Spinster's Story.
1866
 

FLINT, TIMOTHY. The Life and Adventures of Arthur Clenning. In Two Volumes.
1828
 

FLINT, TIMOTHY. Francis Berrian; Or, the Mexican Patriot.
1841
 

FORREST, E.W. Ned Fortescue: or, Roughing It Through Life. A Story Founded on Fact.
1869
 

FOSTER, HANNAH. The Coquette; Or, the History of Eliza Wharton: A Novel; Founded on Fact.
1802
 

FOX, MARY ANNA George Allen. The Only Son.
1847
 

FOX, MARY ANNA George Allen. The Only Son.
1835
 

FREEMAN, MARY E. WIL The Portion of Labor.
1901
 

FREEMAN, MARY E. WIL A New England Nun and Other Stories.
1891
 

GALSWORTHY, JOHN. A Man of Devon. By John Sinjohn [pseud.]
1901
 

GARLAND, HAMLIN. Back-Trailers from the Middle Border.
1928
 

GARLAND, HAMLIN. Prairie Folks.
1893
 

GARLAND, HAMLIN. The Light of the Star. A Novel.
1904
 

GARLAND, HAMLIN. A Little Norsk or Ol' Pap's Flaren.
1892
 

GARRIGUES, MRS. ADEL Summer Boarders.
1880
 

GAYARRE, CHARLES. The School for Politics. A Dramatic Novel.
1855
 

GENLIS, MADAME DE ST Mademoiselle de la Fayette, an Historical Novel, Illustrating the Character and Manners of the Court of Louis XIII. Two volumes in one.
1814
 

GERSTACKER, FRIEDRIC Die Regulatoren in Arkansas. Aus dem Waldleben Americas
1860
 

GERSTAECKER, FREDERI Wild Sports in the Far West, Translated from the German. With Eight Crayon Drawings, Executed in Oil Colors, from Designs by Harrison Weir.
1859
 

GILLIAM, E.W Thomas Ruffin.
1896
 

GOODWIN, MAUD WILDER White Aprons. A Romance of Bacon's Rebellion: Virginia, 1676.
1896
 

GOODWIN, MAUD WILDER Flint. His Faults, His Friendships and His Fortunes.
1897
 

GRAHAM, MARGARET COL Stories of the Foot-Hills.
1895
 

GRAY, M. Zilpha and Maria, the Rival Female Orphans...
1848
 

GRIGGS, WILLIAM N. The Celebrated "Moon Story," Its Origins and Incidents; with a Memoir of the Author...
1852
 

HALE, E. E. The Man Without A Country.
1865
 

HALE, SARAH J. "Boarding Out." A Tale of Domestic Life.
1855
 

HALEOLE, S. N. Ke Kaao o Laieikawai: Ka Hiwahiwa o Oaliuli, Kawahneokaliula... [The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai...]
1863
 

HALIBURTON, THOMAS. The Letter-Bag of the Great Western; or, Life in a Steamer.
1840
 

HALL, BAYNARD. The New Purchase: Or, Seven and a Half Years in the Far West. By Robert Carlton, Esquire.
1843
 

HALL, LOUISA JANE. Joanna of Naples, by the Author of "Miriam."
1838
 

HALSEY, HARLAN PAGE. The Ubiquitous Yank; or, the Weird Narrative of a Lost Man. An Exciting Story of Detective Adventure in the Far West. By Old Sleuth.
1886
 

HALSEY, HARLAN PAGE. Macon Moore, the Southern Detective. By Judson R. Taylor (pseud.).
1881
 

HALSEY, HARLAN PAGE. Macon Moore, the Southern Detective. By Judson R. Taylor (pseud.).
1881
 

HALSEY, HARLAN PAGE. Phil Scott, the Indian Detective: A Tale of Startling Mysteries. By Judson R. Taylor [pseud.].
1882
 

HALSEY, HARLAN PAGE. Phil Scott, the Indian Detective: A Tale of Startling Mysteries. By Judson R. Taylor [pseud.].
1882
 

HAMMETT, SAMUEL ADAM Sam Slick in Texas; or, the Piney Woods Tavern. By the Author of "A Stray Yankee."
1857
 

HANKINS, MARY LOUISE Women of New York. Written and Illustrated by...
1861
 

HANNA, ABIGAIL STANL Withered Leaves, from Memory's Garland.
1857
 

HARBEN, WILL N. Northern Georgia Sketches.
1900
 

HARRIS, MRS. SIDNEY Richard Vandermarck. A Novel.
1871
 

HARSHA, WILLIAM JUST A Timid Brave. The Story of an Indian Uprising.
1886
 

HARTE, BRET. A Waif of the Plains.
1890
 

HARTE, BRET. Snow-Bound at Eagle's.
1886
 

HASSAUREK, FRIEDRICH The Secret of the Andes: a Romance
1879
 

HAWES, WILLIAM POST. Sporting Scenes and Sundry Sketches; Being the Miscellaneous Writings of J. Cypress, Jr. Edited by Frank Forester [Henry William Herbert].
1842
 

HAWES, WILLIAM POST. Sporting Scenes and Sundry Sketches; Being the Miscellaneous Writings of J. Cypress, Jr. Edited by Frank Forester [Henry William Herbert].
1842
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL The House of the Seven Gables, a Romance.
1851
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL The House of the Seven Gables, a Romance.
1851
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL Mosses from an Old Manse. In Two Parts [in one volume].
1846
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL The Blithedale Romance.
1852
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL The House of the Seven Gables, a Romance.
1857
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL The Scarlet Letter: A Romance.
1860
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL The Blithedale Romance.
1852
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL Transformation: or, the Romance of Monte Beni. In Three Volumes.
1860
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL The House of the Seven Gables, a Romance.
1851
 

HAY, JOHN. The Bread-Winners. A Social Study.
1884
 

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. De Ubesejrede. Noveller. I Udvalg Ved Niels Kaas Johansen. Paa Dansk Ved Sigvard Lund.
1942
 

HERBERT, AUBERON. A Politician in Sight of Haven, being a Protest against the Government of Man by Man.
1890
 

HIGGINSON, THOMAS WE Malbone: an Oldport Romance.
1869
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD The White Slave: or, Memoirs of a Fugitive. A Story of Slave Life in Virginia, Etc. First English Illustrated Edition. With Eight Engravings.
1852
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Sixth Edition. Two volumes in One.
1846
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD. The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive...
1852
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD. The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Second Edition. Two Volumes in One.
1840
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD. The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Third Edition. Two Volumes in One.
1840
 

HILLS, A.C. Matrimonial Brokerage in the Metropolis; Being True Narratives of Strange Adventures in New York, and Startling Facts in City Life. By a Reporter of the New York Press
1859
 

HINCKLEY, MARY. Sequel to the Seymour Family, or Domestic Scenes.
1830
 

HOLDEN, E. GOODMAN. A Famous Victory.
1880
 

HOLGATE, JEROME B. Noachidae: or, Noah, and His Descendants.
1860
 

HORN, HENRY J. Ed. Strange Visitors: a Series of Original Papers, Embracing Philosophy, Science, Government, Religion, Poetry, Art, Fiction, Satire, Humor, Narrative, and Prophecy. By the Spirits of Irving, Willis, Thackeray, Bronte, Richter, Byron, Humboldt, Hawthorne, Wesley, Browning, and Others Now Dwelling in the Spirit World. Dictated Through a Clairvoyant, while in an abnormal or trance state.
1869
 

HOUSTON, ADDISON CHA Hugh Harrison, (A Mulatto).
1890
 

HOWARD, JAS. H.W. Bond and Free; a True Tale of Slave Times.
1886
 

HOWELLS, W.D. Between the Dark and the Daylight. Romances.
1907
 

HUXLEY, ALDOUS. Antic Hay.
1923
 

INGRAHAM, J. H. Scarlet Feather, or the Young Chief of the Abenaquies. A Romance of the Wilderness of Maine.
1845
 

INGRAHAM, J.H. Morris Graeme: or, the Cruise of the Sea-Slipper...
1843
 

INGRAHAM, J.H. Neal Nelson; or, the Seige [!] of Boston. A Tale of the Revolution.
1845
 

INGRAHAM, J.H. The Seven Knights; or Tales of Many Lands. Being Certain Romanceros of Chivalry.
1845
 

INGRAHAM, J.H. Alice May, and Bruising Bill.
1845
 

INGRAHAM, J.H. The South-west. By a Yankee. In Two Volumes.
1835
 

INGRAHAM, J.H. The South-west. By a Yankee. In Two Volumes.
1835
 

INGRAHAM, J.H. The Odd Fellow, or, the Secret Association, and Foraging Peter.
1846
 

INGRAHAM, J.H.. Montezuma, the Serf, or the Revolt of the Mexitili. A Tale of the Last Days of the Aztec Dynasty. Two vols. in one.
1845
 

INGRAHAM, PROFESSOR Morris Graeme: Or, the Cruise of the Sea-Slipper. A Sequel to the Dancing Feather. A Tale of the Land and the Sea.
1843
 

JOLLIFFE, JOHN. Chattanooga.
1858
 

JONES, J. HILTON. The Dominie's Son. A Novel.
1874
 

JONES, J.B. Life and Adventures of a Country Merchant. A Narrative of His Exploits at Home, During His Travels, and in the Cities. Designed to Amuse and Instruct.
1854
 

JONES, J.B. Border War; A Tale of Disunion.
1859
 

JUDD, SYLVESTER. Richard Edney and the Governor's Family.
1850
 

JUDSON, E.Z.C. Norwood; or, Life on the Prairie. By Ned Buntline.
1850
 

KANE, JAMES J. Adrift on the Black Wild Tide.
1879
 

KELLEY, EMMA DUNHAM. Megda. By "Forget-Me-Not."
1892
 

KENDALL, EDMUND HALE The Twin Sisters; a Narrative of Facts.
1848
 

KENNEDY, J.P. Horse-Shoe Robinson.
1839
 

KIRKLAND, MRS. C.M. Western Clearings.
1845
 

KNAPP, SAMUEL L. The Bachelors, and Other Tales, Founded on American Incidents and Character.
1836
 

KNIGHT, MRS. S.G. Minnie Maverick; or, Man's Wrongs and Woman's Foibles. By S.G.K.
1870
 

LEMON, J. BUNYAN. A Bicyclist's Dream of the Road to Heaven with Illustrations [by J. Ed. Coffin, of Manchester, N.H.]
1899
 

LEON pseud. The Last of the Eries. A Leaf of Aboriginal History.
1840
 

LEWIS, HENRY CLAY. The Swamp Doctor's Adventures in the South-west. Containing the Whole of the Louisiana Swamp Doctor; Streaks of Squatter Life and Far-Western Scenes; in a Series of Forty-Two Humorous Southern and Western Sketches, Descriptive of Incidents and Character. By "Madison Tensas," M.D. and "Solitaire," (John S. Robb, of St. Louis, Mo.)...With Fourteen Illustrations from Original Designs by Darley.
1858
 

LINDSAY, J. T. French Exiles of Louisiana.
1881
 

LOCKE, DAVID ROSS. The Nasby Letters. Being the Original Nasby Letters, as Written During His Lifetime.
1893
 

LOCKE, RICHARD ADAMS The Moon Hoax; or, a Discovery That the Moon Has a Vast Population of Human Beings. Illustrated with a View of the Moon, As Seen by Lord Rosse's Telescope.
1859
 

LODGE, MRS. JAMES Ed A Week Away from Time.
1887
 

LONGFELLOW, H.W. Hyperion, a Romance. Vol. I-[II].
1839
 

LONGFELLOW, H.W. Hyperion, a Romance. Vol. I-[II]. [In one].
1839
 

LONGSTREET, AUGUSTUS Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents, &c., in the First Half Century of the Republic. By a Native Georgian. Second Edition. With Original Illustrations.
1840
 

LONGSTREET, AUGUSTUS Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents, &c., in the First Half Century of the Republic. By a Native Georgian. Second Edition. With Original Illustrations.
1840
 

LONGSTREET, AUGUSTUS Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents, &c., in the First Half Century of the Republic. By a Native Georgian. Second Edition [sic]. With Original Illustrations.
1840
 

LUMMUS, AARON. The Life and Adventures of Dr. Caleb; Who Migrated from Egypt, and Afterwards Practised Physic in the Land of Canaan and Elsewhere: An Allegory...
1822
 

LYNN, CORRA !. Durham Village; a Temperance Tale.
1854
 

LYTTON, EDWARD GEORG Pelham Novels. Vol. I-VII. [Spine labels].
1831
 

M'CABE, JOHN COLLINS Scraps.
1835
 

MAC LEOD, DONALD. The Bloodstone.
1853
 

MANVILL, MRS.P.D. Lucinda; Or the Mountain Mourner. Being Recent Facts, in a Series of Letters, from Mrs. Manvill, in the State of New York, to Her Sister in Pennsylvania.
1807
 

MASON, EVELEEN L Hiero-Salem: A Vision of Peace. A Fiction Founded on Ideals which are Grounded in the Real, that is Greater than the Greatest of All Human Great Ideals
1889
 

MAYO, W.S. Editor. Kaloolah, Journeyings to the Djebel Kumri: an Autobiography of Jonathan Romer.
1850
 

McCLELLAND, MARY G. The Old Post Road.
1894
 

McCONNEL. J.L. Western Characters or Types of Border Life in the Western States. With Illustrations by Darley.
1853
 

MECRACKEN, SARA L. Elsie Ainslie, a Victim of Social Wrong.
1885
 

MELVILLE, HERMAN. Israel Potter: His Fifty Years of Exile.
1855
 

MELVILLE, HERMAN. Redburn: His First Voyage....
1849
 

MELVILLE, HERMAN. Typee: a Peep at Polynesian Life. During a Four Months' Residence in a Valley of the Marquesas; the Revised Edition with a Sequel. Part I-[II]. {Two volumes in one.]
1847
 

MENDENHALL, MRS. V.L The Greek Slave. A Story by Ianthe.
1867
 

MITCHELL, S. WEIR. The Red City. A Novel of the Second Administration of President Washington.
1908
 

MORRIS, GEORGE P. The Little Frenchman and His Water Lots, with Other Sketches of the Times. With Etchings by Johnson [!].
1839
 

MORRISON, MARY GRAY. The Sea-Farers. A Romance of a New England Coast Town.
1900
 

MOTT, ED. The Black Homer of Jimtown.
1900
 

MOULTON, MRS. LOUISE Juno Clifford. A Tale. By a Lady.
1856
 

MUNKITTRICK, RICHARD Farming. Illustrated by Arthur Burdett Frost.
1891
 

NORRIS, FRANK. The Pit. A Story of Chicago. The Epic of the Wheat.
1903
 

O'BRIEN, DILLON. Frank Blake.
1876
 

O'CONNOR, WM. D. Netty Renton, or the Ghost. With Two Illustrations by Thos. Nast.
1869
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. Nineteen Eighty-Four. A Novel...
1949
 

PALMER, JULIUS A. JR One Voyage and Its Consequences
1889
 

PARKMAN, FRANCIS. Vassall Morton. A Novel.
1856
 

PAULDING, J.K. Westward Ho! A Tale. In Two Volumes.
1832
 

PAULDING, J.K. Chronicles of the City of Gotham, from the Papers of a Retired Common Councilman. Containing the Azure Hose. The Politician. The Dumb Girl.
1830
 

PAULDING, J.K. The Merry Tales of the Three Wise Men of Gotham. Edited by the Author of John Bull in America.
1826
 

PAULDING, J.K. Chronicles of the City of Gotham, from the Papers of a Retired Councilman...
1830
 

PAULDING, J.K. The New Mirror for Travellers; and Guide to the Springs. By an Amateur.
1828
 

PAYSON, GEORGE The New Age of Gold; or the Life and Adventures of Robert Dexter Romaine. Written by Himself.
1856
 

PECK, GEORGE WASHING Aurifodina; or, Adventures in the Gold Region. By Cantell A. Bigly [pseud.].
1849
 

PETERSILEA, CARLYLE. The Discovered Country. By Ernst von Himmel [pseud.].
1889
 

PETERSON, CHARLES J. Cruising in the Last War.
1850
 

PHILLEO, CALVIN WHEE Twice Married: A Story of Connecticut Life.
1855
 

PINKERTON, A. FRANK. Dyke Darrel, the Railroad Detective; or, the Crime of the Midnight Express.
1886
 

PINKERTON, ALLAN. The Detective and the Somnambulist. The Murderer and the Fortune Teller.
1875
 

PITRAT, JOHN C. Paul and Julia; or, the Political Mysteries, Hypocrisy, and Cruelty of the Leaders of the Church of Rome.
1855
 

POE, EDGAR ALLAN. The Works of...Newly Collected and Edited, with a Memoir, Critical Introductions, and Notes, by Edmund Clarence Stedman and George Edward Woodberry.
1894
 

POE, EDGAR ALLAN. The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, of Nantucket. Comprising the Details of a Mutiny and Atrocious Butchery on Board the American Brig Grampus, on Her Way to the South Seas, in the Month of June, 1827...
1838
 

PORTER, JANE. Thaddeus of Warsaw. In Two Volumes.
1825
 

POSTGATE, JOHN T. The Runaway Wife, or Love and Vengeance. From the Diary of Captain Simon O'Donnell of the Chicago Police. The Pinkerton Detective Series.
1889
 

PRATT, L.J. The Unfortunate Mountain Girl: a Collection of Miscellanies in Prose and Verse.
1855
 

PRIEST, JOSIAH. Stories of the Revolution. With an Account of the Lost Child of the Delaware; Wheaton and the Panther, &c.
1836
 

PUNKIN, JONATHAN pse Downfall of Freemasonry, Being an Authentic History of the Rise, Progress, and Triumph of Antimasonry; Also, of the Origin and Increase of Abolition: Together with a Faithful Account of the Travels, Dangers, Attacks, Discoveries, and Escapes of the Governor from the Cut-Throats of the Lodge, During the First Years of His Administration...
1838
 

REEVES MARIAN C.L. Sea Drift. By Fadette.
1869
 

RHODES, JOHN W. Melini, or the Victim of Guilt. A Historical Tale of the "Good Old Colony Times."
1844
 

RICHARDSON, SAMUEL. Pamela Andrews, o La Virtud Premiada/ Escrita en Ingles por Tomas [!] Richardson. Traducida al Castellano, Corregida y Acomodada Neustras Costumbres por el Traductor. Segunda Edicion. Tomo I-[8] in four volumes.
1799
 

RICHMOND, JAMES C. A Midsummer's Day-Dream: Libellous; or, a Little Book of the Vision of Shawmut. By Admonish Crime. (Anagramatically.) Libell. I.
1847
 

ROBB, JOHN S. Streaks of Squatter Life, and Far-West Scenes. A Series of Humorous Sketches Descriptive of Incidents and Character and the Wild West....
1847
 

ROBINSON, DR. J.H. The Lone Star: or, the Texan Bravo. A Tale of the Southwest.
1852
 

ROHLFS, ANNA KATHARI Marked "Personal".
1893
 

ROSENBERG, CHARLES G The Roman Soprano: or, the Captain of the Swiss Guard.
1855
 

ROSENBERG, CHARLES G The Roman Soprano: or, the Captain of the Swiss Guard.
1855
 

ROSSITER, WILLIAM S. An Accidental Romance, and Other Stories.
1895
 

ROWSON, MRS. SUSANNA Charlotte Temple. A Tale of Truth. Two volumes in one.
1813
 

ROWSON, MRS. SUSANNA Trials of the Human Heart, A Novel. In Four Volumes.
1795
 

RUFFIN, EDMUND. Anticipations of the Future, to Serve as Lessons for the Present Time. In the Form of Extracts of Letters from an English Resident in the United States, to the London Times, from 1864 to 1870. With an Appendix, on the Causes and Consequences of the Independence of the South.
1860
 

S., P. The Hungarian Exile, and His Adventures; Dedicated to the Free People of this Glorious Republic.
1855
 

SABIN, ELIJAH R. The Life and Reflections of Charles Observator: In which is Displayed the Real Characters of Human Life.
1816
 

SALTER, MARY J. The Lost Receipt; or, Frustrated Designs. [And] "All That Glitters Is Not Gold."
1881
 

SCOTT, WALTER. Waverly Novels. Waverly; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since. In Two Volumes.
1828
 

SEALSFIELD, CHARLES. The Cabin Book; or, Sketches of Life in Texas. By Seatsfield [!]. Translated from the German by Prof. Ch. Fr. Mersch. [Part I].
1844
 

SEARIGHT, FRANK THOM The Doomed City. A Thrilling Tale. A Vivid and Graphic Tale of the World's Greatest Catastrophe...an Authentic Story of the Great Calamity...Profusely Illustrated with Characteristic Pictures of the Horrible Storm of Fire...Views of the Appalling Havoc Wrought by the Earthquake in San Francisco, Santa Rosa, San Jose, Napa and other California Cities.
1906
 

SEDGWICK, CATHARINE Hope Leslie; Or Early Times In Massachusetts.
1827
 

SHELDON, CHARLES M. The Crucifixion of Phillip Strong.
1898
 

SHELTON, FREDERIC WI Salamander and the Dragon: a Romance of the Hartz Prison.
1852
 

SHERBURNE, HENRY. The Oriental Philanthropist, or True Republican.
1800
 

SHRIMPTON, CHARLES. The Black Phantom, or Woman's Endurance: a Narrative Connected with the Early History of Canada and the American Revolution.
1867
 

SIMMS, JEPTHA R. The American Spy: Or Freedom’s Early Sacrifice. A Revolutionary Tale of New England, Founded Upon Fact.
1857
 

SIMMS, W. G. Pelayo: A Story of the Goth.
1838
 

SIMMS, W. G. Pelayo: A Story of the Goth. In Two Volumes.
1838
 

SIMMS, WILLIAM G. The Damsel of Darien. In Two Volumes.
1839
 

SINCLAIR, UPTON. The Jungle.
1906
 

SINCLAIR, UPTON. The Jungle.
1906
 

SKETCH, WALTER. The Down-Trodden: or, Black Blood and White. Being in Part Related to the Author by "Nelse" a Fugitive Slave.
1853
 

SMALL, GEORGE G. Smith In Search of a Wife. By Bricktop.
1887
 

SMALL, GEORGE G. Fred Douglass and His Mule; a Story of the War. By Bricktop.
1886
 

SMALL, GEORGE G. H--L. By Bricktop. Illustrated.
1878
 

SMITH, DENIS E. Leaves From a Physician's Journal.
1867
 

SMITH, MARGARET B. What is Gentility? A Moral Tale.
1828
 

SMOLLETT, TOBIAS. The Adventures of Roderick Random. In Two Volumes.
1809
 

SOUTHWOOD, MARION. Tit for Tat. A Novel. By a Lady of New Orleans.
1856
 

SOUTHWORTH, EMMA D.E Retribution; or, the Vale of Shadows. A Tale of Passion
1849
 

STANWOOD, AVIS A. Fostina Woodman, the Wonderful Adventurer. By A.A. Burnham.
1850
 

STEVANS sic, C.M. Lucky Ten Bar. Of Paradise Valley. His Humorous, Pathetic and Tragic Adventures. The Story Copiously Illustrated by H.S. DeLay. His Travels by Reproductions from Photographs Constituting Almost a Pictorial America
1900
 

STEVENS, WILLIAM. The Unjust Judge: or, the Evils of Intemperance on Judges, Lawyers, and Politicians. By a Member of the Ohio Bar.
1854
 

STEVENS, WILLIAM. The Unjust Judge: or, the Evils of Intemperance on Judges, Lawyers, and Politicians. By a Member of the Ohio Bar.
1854
 

STONE, WILLIAM L. Ups and Downs in the Life of a Distressed Gentleman.
1836
 

STOWE, H.B. The Minister's Wooing.
1859
 

STOWE, HARRIET B. Uncle Tom's Cabin, or Life Among the Lowly.
1852
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH The Mayflower; or, Sketches of Scenes and Characters Among the Descendants of the Pilgrims.
1843
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH Dred; a Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. In Two Volumes.
1856
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Negro Life in the Slave States of America. Complete Edition.
1853
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly. One Hundred and Seventy-Third Thousand.
1852
 

STOWE, MRS. H. BEECH The Mayflower; or, Scenes and Sketches Among the Descendants of the Pilgrim Fathers.
1853
 

STOWE, MRS. HARRIET The Mayflower; or, Sketches of Scenes and Characters Among the Descendants of the Pilgrims.
1844
 

SUMMERTON, WINTER Ps Will He Find Her? A Romance of New York and New Orleans.
1860
 

TALCOTT, MRS. HANNAH Roger Deane's Work. By H.B.G. Written for the Sanitary Fair.
1863
 

TAYLOR, JAMES BAYARD Ximena; or the Battle of the Sierra Morena, and Other Poems.
1844
 

TAYLOR, JOSEPH. A Fast Life on the Modern Highway; Being a Glance into the Railroad World from a New Point of View. With Numerous Illustrations.
1874
 

THACKERAY. W. M. The Kickleburys on the Rhine; with a Preface Entitled an Essay on Thunder and Small Beer. By Mr. M.A. Titmarsh....
1851
 

THOMES, WILLIAM H. The Bushrangers. A Yankee's Adventures During His Second Visit to Australia.
1866
 

THOMES, WILLIAM H. The Gold Hunter's Adventures; or, Life in Australia. Illustrated by Champney.
1864
 

THOMPSON, D.P. May Martin: or the Money Diggers. A Green Mountain Tale. A New Edition, with an Introduction, Corrections and Additions.
1848
 

THOMPSON, D.P. May Martin: or the Money Diggers. A Green Mountain Tale. Third Edition, with an Introduction, Corrections and Additions.
1848
 

THOMPSON, D.P. Lucy Hosmer, or the Guardian and Ghost; A Tale of Avarice and Crime Defeated.
1848
 

THOMPSON, DANIEL P. The Green Mountain Boys. A Historical Tale of the Early Settlement of Vermont. By the Hon. Judge Thompson, of Vermont, U.S.
1840
 

THOMPSON, DANIEL P. The Green Mountain Boys: a Historical Tale of the Early Settlement of Vermont. In Two Volumes.
1839
 

THOMPSON, DANIEL PIE May Martin: or the Money Diggers. A Green Mountain Tale.
1835
 

THORPE, THOMAS B. The Master's House; a Tale of Southern Life. By Logan. Illustrated by Drawings from Nature.
1854
 

TICKNOR, CAROLINE. A Hypocritical Romance and Other Stories.
1896
 

TILLIER, CLAUDE. My Uncle Benjamin. A Humorous, Satirical, and Philosophical Nove. Translated from the French by Benj. R. Tucker. With a Sketch of the Author's Life and Works by Ludwig Pfau.
1890
 

TILLIER, CLAUDE. My Uncle Benjamin. Translated from the French by Benj. R. Tucker. With a Sketch of the Author's Life and Works by Ludwig Pfau.
1892
 

TINCKER, MARY AGNES. Signor Monaldini's Niece.
1888
 

TORRENCE, RIDGELY. El Dorado; a Tragedy.
1903
 

TOWNSEND, RICHARD H. Scenes at Washington; a Story of the Last Generation. By a Citizen of Baltimore.
1848
 

TRAIN, ELIZABETH PHI A Social Highwayman. Illustrated.
1896
 

TROWBRIDGE, J.T. Cudjo's Cave.
1902
 

TROWBRIDGE, JOHN T. Cudjo's Cave. [and] The Three Scouts.
1867
 

TURRILL, CHARLES B. Deuteronomy Brown, a Real Estate Transaction.
1888
 

TUTHILL, MRS. L.C. I Will Be a Sailor. A Book for Boys.
1864
 

TYLER, ROYALL. The Algerine Captive; or, the Life and Adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill, Six Years a Prisoner Among the Algerines. Two Volumes in One.
1816
 

UPTON, GEORGE P. Letters of Peregrine Pickle.
1869
 

VICTOR, METTA VICTOR The Senator's Son, or the Maine Law; a Last Refuge; a Story Dedicated to the Law Makers. Sixth thousand. Third edition.
1853
 

VICTOR, METTA VICTOR Fresh Leaves from Western Woods.
1853
 

VIDE, V.V. Sketches of Aboriginal Life.
1846
 

VINGUT, MRS. GERTRUD Irene; or, the Autobiography of an Artist's Daughter. And Other Tales.
1853
 

WALLACE, LEW. The Prince of India or Why Constantinople Fell.
1893
 

WALWORTH, M.T. The Mission of Death; a Tale of the New York Penal Laws.
1858
 

WALWORTH, M.T. The Mission of Death; a Tale of the New York Penal Laws.
1855
 

WALWORTH, MANSFIELD Warwick; or, the Lost Nationalities of America. A Novel.
1869
 

WARE, WILLIAM. Probus: or Rome in the Third Century....
1838
 

WEBBER, CHARLES W. Old Hicks the Guide; or Adventures in the Camanche Country in Search of a Gold Mine.
1848
 

WELD, EDWARD F. The Ransomed Bride: a Tale of the Inquisition.
1846
 

WELD, EDWARD F. The Ransomed Bride: a Tale of the Inquisition.
1846
 

WEST, MRS. JANE. A Tale of the Times....in Two Volumes.
1801
 

WHEELER, A.O. Eye-Witness; or, Life Scenes in the Old North State, Depicting the Trials and Sufferings of the Unionists During the Rebellion. By A.O.W.
1865
 

WILLIAMS, MRS. C.R. Tales; National and Revolutionary.
1830
 

WINSTON, JAMES. Cora O'Kane; or the Doom of the Rebel Guard. A Story of the Great Rebellion. Containing Incidents of the Campaign in Misouri Under Generals Fremont and Sigel, and the Thrilling Exploits of the Unionists Under Major Zagonyi.
1868
 

WISE, HENRY A. Tales for the Marines. By Harry Gringo...
1855
 

WISTER, OWEN. A Journey in Search of Christmas.
1904
 

WISTER, OWEN. Philosophy 4. A Story of Harvard University.
1903
 

WISTER, OWEN. Padre Ignacio or the Song of Temptation. With Illustrations by Zack Hogg.
1925
 

WISTER, OWEN. Neighbors Henceforth.
1928
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL. The Champions of Freedom, or, the Mysterious Chief, a Romance of the Nineteenth Century, Founded on the Events of the War, Between the United States and Great Britain. . . .
1816
 

WRIGHT, RICHARD. Native Son.
1940
 

WRIGHT, RICHARD. Native Son.
1940
 

WYLIE, ELINOR. The Venetian Glass Nephew.
1925
 

WYLIE, ELINOR. The Venetian Glass Nephew.
1925
 

YATES, KATHERINE M. At the Door. A Tale To Read Both on the Lines and Between.
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