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The Original For 1837. Dedicated to the good citizens of New-Port, by their obedient and humble servant, Pieraizanghsikghi Bohgamjavouleniskogghe, K.D.G., graduate of T.N.P.S.A.P.C.O.R.S. [Caption title.] Broadside, 20" x 15", rebacked, a few letters lacking at two old folds. Occasional spots of browning.
1837
 

The Companion: Being a Selection of the Beauties of the Most Celebrated Authors, in the English Language. In Prose and Verse.
1799
 

The Welch Mountain-Boy. [Caption title]. Broadside, 3" x 4.5" printed card with typographical border.
1830
 

Temperance Hymn. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9" x 7.5". Printed in two columns.
1844
 

On the Death of Mrs. Mary Hayward of Easton. [Caption title]. 4to broadside. Printed in two columns. Browned.
1825
 

Loss of the Ship Columbia. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside. Printed in two columns.
1830
 

Finnische Runen. Finnisch und Deutsch von Dr. H. R. von Schroter. Herausgegeben von G.H. von Schroter. Mit einer Musicbeilage.
1834
 

The Carrier, of the Political Index, to His Patrons. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, 17" x 10," printed in two columns of verse, with typographical border.
1808
 

Gott su der Wittwe {God talking to a widow.] [And] Zuruf eines Leidenten, vot seinem, vot seinem Ende, an seine betrubte Wittwe und trauerude Kinder. [Words of a suffering man before his end, to his troubled widow and grieving children]. [Caption titles]. 4to broadsheet.
1840
 

1867. The Carrier's New Year's Address, to the Patrons of "The Western Mirror," Cambridge City, Jan. 1st, 1867. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8.5". Printed in two columns.
1867
 

Order of Exercises at the Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Settlement of Springfield, May 25, 1836. [Caption title]. Tall 4to broadside, verse in two columns.
1836
 

Lee's Rebel Raid in Pennsylvania. Tune,--"The Mistletoe Bough." [Caption title]. Two columns of verse. Broadside, 9" x 6.5."
1863
 

Governor Wall's Ghost. Tune--Snug Little Island. [Caption title.] Sm. folio broadside.
1802
 

The Four Indian Kings. Part I. How a beautiful Lady conquered one of the Indian Kings. [Caption title.] Oblong broadside in four columns of verse. [Our copy in two parts, neatly remounted on paper, as per the copy at the JCB.]
1710
 

Address of the Carrier of the Patriot & Democrat to His Patrons, January 1st, 1837. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside, verse printed in two columns with typographical border.
1837
 

A Happy New Year to All. New Year's Address of the Carriers of the Newburyport Herald. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, verse printed in two columns with triple typographical border.
1849
 

Carrier's Address, to the Patrons of the Marietta Republican. January 1, 1853. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, printed in blue & red with a red typographical border.
1853
 

The Sorrows of Yamba; or the Negro Woman's Lamentation. [Taken from the Cheap Repository].
1819
 

Long Tail Blue. As Originally Sung by Mr. T.B. Nathans. In All the Southern and Philadelphia Circuses. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9" x 9". Printed in two columns with typographical border.
1830
 

Pretty Rhymes for Little Children.
1814
 

Portland Transcript's Annual Address to Its Friends, January 1, 1841. [Caption title]. Narrow small folio broadside, printed in two columns of verse, with typographical border.
1841
 

The Carrier's Address to the Patrons of The Jeffersonian. January 1, 1835. [Caption title]. Folio broadside with two columns of prose and verse & double typographical border.
1835
 

Carrier Boys' Address for the Year A.D. 1857. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, on silk, two columns of verse, surrounded by two columns of ornaments, in bottom decoration: "Vivat Regina." Bottom, below border, frayed. Slight staining, very good.
1857
 

Uncle Sam's Farm. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside, six verses; with typographical border.
1845
 

Spirit of Contemporary Poetry. Number I-[II].
1827
 

Sweet William, of Plymouth. [Caption title]. Large 4to verse broadside, printed in three columns.
1810
 

Epitaphs and Elegies.
1816
 

Address of the News-Carrier, to the Patrons of the Rhode-Island Republican. Newport, January 1, 1827. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, verse in two columns with fine typographical border.
1827
 

Lines Composed by Mrs. Sophia Thurell on the Death of Her Brother Master John Emery of South-Berwick [Maine], who was drowned on 30th March, 9” X 6-5/8”. 19 four-line stanzas in two columns separated by an ornamental rule, a second rule separating caption from text.
1824
 

A Love Song [and] The Cobbler, etc. [caption title]. Broadside, 10” X 9," illustrated with cuts of a woman and of a cobbler at head, verse in two columns separated by an ornamental rule.
1824
 

Loss of the Ship Albion! [Caption title]. Broadside, 10” x 5-5/8," nine four-line stanzas within an ornamental border. Tipped to stiff board. Paper browned and a little stained, trimmed right down to border, small piece missing from lower left corner.
1825
 

Buy a Broom, Love’s Garland, and Highland Mary. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8” x 7” (22 cm x 19.7 cm.). Caption and three poems in two columns (separated by vertical imprint). Top half of sheet stained, a couple of small, marginal tears.
1830
 

The Gallant Hussar. [Caption title]. Caption and 24 lines of verse on recto and verso, plus several trial lines. 8" x 6." 2 pp. Sheet folded and wrinkled, some small separations without loss, age stains, &c. Good.
1810
 

Prison Bill of Fare, by a Prisoner of War, Composed, Written and Spoken at the Exhibition of the "Prisoners of War Dramatic Association" Richmond, Va. Nov. 8, 1861. [Caption title.] Broadside in two columns, with typographical borders.
1861
 

For the Twenty-Fifth National Anti-Slavery Subscription Anniversary, at the Music Hall, Boston, Wednesday Evening, January 26, 1859. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 7," text in two columns within an ornamental border. Old folds, otherwise very good.
1859
 

Carrier’s Address to the Patrons of the Eastern Argus, January 1, 1857. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12” x 10." Caption and three columns of verse within an ornamental border. Some wrinkling and light dust-soiling, separations and small holes along folds resulting in loss of part or all of several words.
1856
 

The Major’s Only Son. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14” x 8” (36.5 cm X 20.5 cm.), 140 lines of text in two columns separated by a helix-shaped rule with type ornament separating title from text and a similar (not identical) ornament at foot of text. Right margin erose, but nowhere touching text. A couple of small holes, one along right-hand edge of text deleting a few characters at end of line. Mounted to stiffer paper. “Given by Mrs. Martha W. Cutter” written in an early hand in top margin.
1790
 

An Election Song. [Caption title]. Broadside, 21” X 8-5/8”, double column, text comprising four poems, surmounted by a vignette of an eagle, all within an ornamental border.
1864
 

Suffrage Pledge [and] Rhode-Island Algerines' Appeal to John Davis, Gov. of Massachusetts. [Caption titles]. Oblong 4to broadside. 7 verses & 11 verses (the latter in two columns). Typographical borders around each poem.
1842
 

Battle of Cedar Creek. By H[orace] Maynard, Co. E, 28th Iowa Volunteers. Tune, “Star-Spangled Banner.” [Caption title]. Broadside, 12-1/8” x 9-3/8," caption, and ten stanzas of verse in two columns, within an ornamental border. Sheet somewhat dust-soiled with a few minor stains, surface wear along folds, one corner slightly chipped, &c. Still, entirely sound, and with good margins.
1864
 

Songs for Cold-Water Celebrations. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, text in three columns.
1840
 

Rhode Island Algerines' Appeal to John Davis, Gov. of Massachusetts [Eleven Stanzas of Verse in Two Columns. With Typographical Border]. [and] Suffrage Pledge [Seven Stanzas of Verse in One Column, with Typographical Border].
1842
 

Poem: "The Prospect," Extolling George Griffin. Ca. 1806. Sheet 8 x 13 inches, 1.5 p. Folds, right edge ragged, slight tears at folds.
1806
 

Mo[ur]ning Souls. [Caption title].
1820
 

Pretty Poems, In Easy Language, For the Amusement of Little Boys and Girls. By Timothy Lovechild [pseud.]. Ornamented with Cuts.
1813
 

The Honest Working Man [and] Massa's in the Cold Ground. [Caption title]. Broadside, 10" x 7½", text (only) to these two songs printed side by side, separated by a double rule, on very thin paper.
1865
 

ADAMS, F.W. Theological Criticisms, or Hints of the Philosophy of Man and Nature. In Six Lectures. To which are appended Two Poetical Scraps, and Dogmas of Infidelity.
1843
 

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Dermot Mac Morrogh, or the Conquest of Ireland; an Historical Tale of the Twelfth Century. In Four Cantos.
1832
 

ALCOTT, L.M. Three Unpublished Poems.
1919
 

ALLEN PAUL. Original Poems. Serious and Entertaining.
1801
 

ALLEN, MRS. BRASSEYA Pastorals, Elegies, Odes, Epistles, and Other Poems.
1806
 

ALLIN, ABBY. Home Ballads: A Book for New Englanders. In Three Parts
1851
 

ALLSTON , JOSEPH BLY Sumter.
1874
 

ALLSTON, WASHINGTON. The Sylphs of the Seasons, with Other Poems.
1813
 

ALSOP, RICHARD. The Echo.
1807
 

ALSOP, RICHARD. The Echo.
1807
 

ALSOP, RICHARD. A Poem; Sacred to the Memory of George Washington...
1800
 

ANON. A Southern Traveller's Visit to New England.
1830
 

ANON. No. I. The Times; a Poem, Addressed to the Inhabitants of New-England, and of the State of New-York, Particularly on the Subject of the Present Anti-Commercial System of the National Administration.
1809
 

ANON. A Souvenir.
1864
 

ANON. Reconstruction on "My Policy;" or, Its Author at the Confessional. By Zedekiah Comitatus, M.P.E.C. (Pseud.)
1866
 

ANON. Free Masonry: a Poem. In Three Cantos. Accompanied with Notes, Illustrative of the History, Policy, Principles, &c. of the Masonic Institution; Shewing the Coincidence of Its Spirit and Design with Ancient Jesuitism; and Proving...That It Necessarily Leads to Aristocratic Distinctions in Society...A Brief Sketch of the Masonic Illuminati of Germany; of the Circumstances Relative to the Abduction of Capt. Morgan: and of the Present Prospects of Anti-Masonry in Various Sections of the Union...By a Citizen of Massachusetts.
1830
 

ANON. Nature: On Freedom of Mind: And Other Poems.
1839
 

ANON. The Flowers of Autumn. To which is added, a Few Pieces by a Young Female, Late of This City, Dec'd.
1828
 

ANON. To the Public....The Blind Man's Appeal. [Caption title]. 8vo broadside, verse in two columns.
1870
 

ANON. Dempster's Original Ballad Soirees.
1847
 

ANON. Sacred to the Memory of Major General Arthur St. Clair. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, verse in two columns with fine arched typographical border; good borders but edges frayed. Browned.
1818
 

ANON. Supplement to the Boston-Gazette, Etc. of (No. 815.) Monday, November 19, 1770. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadsheet, printed in three columns on each side. Moderately browned, but very good in double-side glass & wood frame.
1770
 

ANON. A Wonderful Account of Two Faithful Lovers, Who Were United by the Fury of a Most Terrible Earthquake--[From Authentic History]. Cornelia Perez, a Native of S. America. Juann Mendoza, a Native of Old Spain...[Caption title]. Narrow large folio broadside, verse in two columns, with typographical borders, & hearts around the two names.
1825
 

ANON. Teddy Regan. By White Ghost. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside, verse in two columns, with elaborate typographical border.
1865
 

ANON. [The Cherry Tree Story]. The Love of Truth/ Mark The Boy. [Caption title]. Handkerchief of glazed cotton. Brown on white, aged to a cream color. 12.5" x 11.15".
1806
 

ANON. Sabbath School Hymn. [Caption title]. Sq. large 4to. linen broadside. With three hymns of verses, circular & square typographical borders, two lines of music, with notes, three vignettes, etc.
1831
 

ANON. & J.H. The Dying Words, Confession and Execution of Jesse Straang [!], for the Murder of John Whipple at Albany, August 27, 1827. [and] On sheet with: A Poem on the Distressing, and Afflictive…Death of the Rev. Josiah M. Muspratt, Who was killed in an Awful Manner; Being Caught up in the Machinery of Whitesborough Factory, Carried up to the Floor Above by His Arm, Where it was Drawn From His Body. From Whence he Fell Again to the Floor, Torn and Lacerated in the Most Shocking Manner; May, 1827. Signed in type "J.H." Text surrounded by black border. [Caption titles]. Conjugate 4to verse broadsides, with woodcut of hanged man & initialled coffin, respectively.
1827
 

ANON. BADGER. Thoughts Suggested by the Death of Mrs. Naomi Badger, at Charleston [Mass.], Jan. 8, 1831, Aged 76. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 8," text in two columns separated by a double rule, all within an ornamental border. Old folds, a few creases, a couple of pinholes without loss of text. Very good.
1831
 

ANTHONY, HENRY BOWEN The Dorriad, and the Great Slocum Dinner; With Introductory Remarks and Annotations.
1870
 

ARCHER, MRS. M.A. Echoes. Volume First [all].
1867
 

ARNOLD, JOSIAS LYNDO Poems...
1797
 

ASHBY, A. Lee at Jackson's Grave. A Poetical Souvenir. 32 lines of verse, with two borders. Fine.
1870
 

ATLEE, SAMUEL YORKE. The Religion of the Sun, a Posthumous Poem, of Thomas Paine, with a Preface, by the Proprietor.
1826
 

AUDEN, W.H. The Ballad of Barnaby. [Caption title]. Illustrated small folio broadside with two columns of verse.
1972
 

AULD, J.B. A Poetical Essay on the First Good and the First Fair. With Salutatory Addresses.
1835
 

B., W.A. Died. At the Estes House Hospital, Friday, November 4th, 1864....Lines Respectfully Dedicated to the memory of Charles W. Tackaberry....[Caption title, followed by 30 lines of verse, signed at the end in type, at Keokuk, Nov. 7, 1864, by W.A.B. 12mo. broadside, blacklined.
1864
 

BACON, WILLIAM THOMP A Poem [The Influence of Nature on the Individual Mind]...and the Valedictory Oration, by Charles Andrew Johnson. Pronounced Before the Senior Class of Yale College, July 5, 1837.
1837
 

BAILEY, EBENEZER. Triumphs of Liberty; The Prize Ode, Recited by Mr. Finn, at the Boston Theatre, on the Anniversary of Washington's Birth-Day, February 22, 1825.
1825
 

BAKER, DAVID. ALS from David Baker (Ipswich) to “Rev. Mr. Felt” in Hamilton, With Poem, Concerning the Choate Stone Bridge in Ipswich. 10” x 16," folded in half, 2.5 pp. Sepia ink, fine.
1834
 

BAKER, T.M. Compiler Charms of Melody, or; Siren Medley. No. 1 (all).
1824
 

BALLOU, ADIN. Liberty Chimes.
1845
 

BARLOW, JOEL. The Vision of Columbus...
1787
 

BENJAMIN, PARK. Poetry: a Satire, Pronounced Before the Mercantile Library Association...
1842
 

BENJAMIN, S.G.W. Ode on the Death of Abraham Lincoln.
1865
 

BENNISON, MRS. DEBOR Poems, Original and Selected.
1847
 

BETHUNE, GEO. W Lays of Love and Faith. With Other Fugitive Poems
1847
 

BEVERAGE, HARRISON. The Brave Volunteers from North Haven. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, 12 stanzas of verse in two columns, with engraving of large sailing ship.
1862
 

BIERCE, AMBROSE. Black Beetles in Amber.
1892
 

BIGELOW, ABIJAH. Essays on Various Subjects: to which is added, a Short Treatise on the Art of Praising One's Self; and Several Poetical Fragments. By Garrulus.
1801
 

BIGELOW, MRS. MARION Songs from the St. Lawrence: or, Occasional Poems.
1851
 

BLACKWELL, ROBERT. Original Acrostics, on Some of the Southern States, Confederate Generals, and Various Other Persons and Things. Illustrated.
1873
 

BLACKWELL, ROBERT. Original Acrostics,on Some of the Southern States. Confederate Generals, and Various Other Persons and Things. Illustrated.
1869
 

BOLTON, NATHANIEL. Hand-Written Elegy on the Death of Dr. John Field of New Braintree, Sept. 2, 1815. Leaf 13”x16." Browned, small tears at folds. Ink very legible.
1815
 

BOTSFORD, MRS. MARGA Viola; Heiress of St. Valverde. An Original Romance. To Which is Added a Variety of Original Poetical Pieces.
1829
 

BRAINARD, JOHN G.C. The Poems...A New and Authentic Collection, with an Original Memoir of His Life.
1842
 

BRANAGAN, THOMAS. Avenia, or a Tragical Poem, on the Oppression of the Human Species; and Infringement of the Rights of Man...a new edition--to which is added the Constitution of...Pennsylvania.
1810
 

BRAYTON, Mr.. Solemn Hymns, occasioned by the death of Molly Brayton, of Harwich, (Vermont,) written by her bereaved husband. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside. Three columns of verse.
1790
 

BROOKS, MARIA GOWEN. Judith, Esther, and Other Poems. By a Lover of the Fine Arts.
1829
 

BROWN, ERASTUS. The Trial of Cain, the First Murderer, in Poetry, by Rule of Court; in which a Predestinarian, a Universalian, and Arminian Argue as Attorneys at the Bar; theTwo Former as the Prisoner's Counsel, the Latter as Attorney General.
1834
 

BROWN, LEONARD. Poems of the Prairies.
1865
 

BROWNELL, HENRY HOWA War-Lyrics and Other Poems.
1866
 

BROWNING, ELIZABETH Last Poems...with a Memorial, by Theodore Tilton.
1862
 

BRUCE, DAVID. Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, Originally Written Under the Signture of the Scots-Irishman, by a Native of Scotland. With Notes and Illustrations.
1801
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULL Poems.
1834
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULL Poems...
1875
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULL Poems.
1821
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULL Poems.
1821
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULL Poems. Third Edition.
1836
 

BULFINCH, S.G. Poems.
1834
 

BUNGAY, GEORGE W. Nebraska; a Poem, Personal and Political.
1854
 

BURLEIGH, WILLIAM HE Our Country; Its Dangers and Its Destiny: a Desultory Poem....
1841
 

BURLEIGH, WILLIAM HE Poems.
1841
 

BUSH, FAIRBANKS? The Slave's Lamentation. [and] The Hail (Hale) Storm. [Caption title]. Broadside, 15" x 7.5".
1848
 

BUTLER, FRANCES ANNE Poems.
1844
 

BUTLER, JAMES D.? Poematia. "Blood Drops," Birthday Lines, and Other Verses of Society. Risum Teneatis, Amici? Not Published.
1874
 

BUTLER, WILLIAM ALLE Nothing to Wear: an Episode of City Life. (From Harper's Weekly.)
1857
 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS. Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale. And Other Poems.
1809
 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS. Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale. And Other Poems.
1809
 

CANTERBURY, H. WEBST Patriotic Songs. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, six songs in three columns beneath engraved portraits of Washington, Winfield Scott and a beardless Lincoln (left to right).
1861
 

CANTOS CUBANOS. Coleccion de Glosas y Decimas Sueltas. Vol. 1-4.
1860
 

CARMICHAEL, J.R. Uncle Ephriam's Eulogy. Carmichael's Buggy. [Wrapper title].
1900
 

CAWEIN, MADISON Kentucky Poems. With an Introduction by Edmund Gosse
1902
 

CAWEIN, MADISON J. Accolon of Gaul with Other Poems.
1889
 

CAWEIN, MADISON. The White Snake and Other Poems. Translated from the German into the Original Meters....
1895
 

CHAPMAN, Elder HENRY Remember Them That Are in Bonds, as Bound with Them.--Heb. 13:3. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1841
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Songs and Poems.
1919
 

CHILD, L. M. Editor. "Mary's Lamb" [in] THE JUVENILE MISCELLANY FOR THE INSTRUCTION AND AMUSEMENT OF YOUTH. Vol. V, # 1, p. 64.
1830
 

CHIVERS, T. H. Nacoochee; or, the Beautiful Star, with Other Poems.
1837
 

CHURCH, DAVID F. ?. Lines on the Death of Luther Little, Jr. and Amos R. Little of Marshfield. August, 1815. 7.5 x 12.25 inches. 1 p. Ink. Browned, folds, small holes at folds.
1815
 

CIST, LEWIS J. Trifles in Verse: a Collection of Fugitive Poems.
1845
 

CLARK, GEO. W. The Liberty Minstrel.
1844
 

CLARK, GEORGE W. Edi The Liberty Minstrel.
1845
 

CLARK, VICTORIANUS. A Rhyming Geography; or, a Poetic Description of the United States of America, &c. Prefaced by a Prose Introduction to Geography in General; and Concluded with an Appendix of Questions.
1819
 

CLARKE, M'DONALD. Sketches. [Part I].
1826
 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Sir Copp. A Poem for the Times, in Six Cantos.
1865
 

CLIFTON, WILLIAM. Poems, Chiefly Occasional, by the Late Mr. Clifton. To which are prefixed, Introductory Notes of the Life, Character and Writings of the Author, and an Engraved Likeness.
1800
 

COFFIN, ROBERT S. Oriental Harp. Poems of the Boston Bard.
1826
 

COFFIN, ROBERT S. The Life of the Boston Bard, Written by Himself.
1825
 

COLE, SAMUEL W. The Muse; or Flowers of Poetry; a Choice Collection of Favorite Odes, Poems, Songs, Elegies, Dirges, Epitaphs, Epigrams, Elegant Extracts, &c.
1827
 

COMUS pseud.. The Feast of Wit, or Frolic of Laught[er;] Containing the Most Admired Anecdotes and Songs. By Comus, the God of Laughter.
1821
 

CONWELL, COLUMBUS C. The Hymns of Homer, Translated into Verse from the Original Greek: with Notes, Critical and Explanatory. To which is prefixed, an Enquiry into the Life of Homer.
1830
 

COOK, WM. J.? Poems on the Battle of Gettysburg. [Wrapper title].
1887
 

COX, SUSANNA. Ein Neues Trauer-Lied, Enhaltend die Geschichte der Susanna Cox, die in Reading wegen dem Mord ihres kindes hingerichtet murde. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16.5" x 7.5." Printed in two columns, with nice typographical border. In German.
1809
 

COXE, ARTHUR CLEVELA St. Jonathan, the Lay of a Scald.
1838
 

CRANE, STEPHEN. The Black Riders and Other Lines.
1895
 

CRANE, STEPHEN. War Is Kind. Drawings by Will Bradley.
1899
 

CRANE, STEPHEN. The Black Riders and Other Lines.
1905
 

CRANE, WALTER. The First of May, a Fairy Masque; Presented in a Series of 52 Designs...
1881
 

CROSBY, FRANCES JANE Monterey, and Other Poems.
1851
 

CULLEN, COUNTEE Coun One (1) Page 4to. TLS to Harold Dougherty, Westfield , Massachusetts, Concerning Books for Poets. New York City, November 24, 1933. With a few inked corrections. Folds, fine.
1933
 

CULLEN, COUNTEE. Color.
1925
 

CULLEN, COUNTEE. Color.
1931
 

CUTTER, BLOODGOOD H. The Long Island Farmer's Poems. Lines Written on the "Quaker City" Excursion to Palestine, and Other Poems.
1886
 

CUTTER, BLOODGOOD H. Long Island Farmer on the Burning of His Mill, on the Morning of December, and Its History. [Caption title]. 12mo. broadside. Printed in two columns.
1889
 

CUTTER, G.W. Buena Vista: and Other Poems.
1848
 

D'ISRAELI, ISAAC. Narrative Poems.
1803
 

DANA, RICHARD H. Poems.
1827
 

DANA, RICHARD H. Order of Exercises at the Dedication of the Evangelical Congregational Meeting-House of Bolton, Lancaster, Sterling, and Stow. June 3, 1829. [Caption title].
1829
 

DANA, RICHARD H. SR. A Poem Delivered Before the Porter Rhetorical Society, in the Theological Seminary, Andover, September 22, 1829.
1829
 

DANA, RICHARD HENRY. Poems and Prose Writings.
1833
 

DARLEY, F.O.C. Illustrations of Rip Van Winkle [by Washington Irving], Designed and Etched by Felix O. C. Darley ...
1848
 

DEANE, EBENEZER. An Oration, Pronounced at Sterling [Mass.], July 4, 1811.
1811
 

DeVERE, WILLIAM. Tramp Poems of the West...Illustrated by G. La Fayette, from Original Designs by the Author.
1891
 

DeWOLFE GEORGE GORDO The Great Fire in Boston, Massachusetts. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11-1/8” x 8-5/8," text in two columns, with a vignette of a piece of fire apparatus being pulled by two horses. Folded in quarters at some point, light edge wear. Close to fine.
1872
 

DeWOLFE, GEORGE G.B. "The Dead Line" at Fort Sumter. Composed by the Wandering Poet of New Hampshire. [Caption title]. Broadside, 19-3/4" x 6-3/8," with a small cut of a cemetery at head, text within a rule border. "Second Edition" printed at head. Old folds with some short separations, a couple of internal tears repaired withcello tape on verso, all without loss of text.
1861
 

DICKINSON, EMILY. Poems...Edited by Two of Her Friends T.W. Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd. Second Series.
1891
 

DIMMOCK, CHARLES H. The Modern: a Fragment.
1866
 

DOTEN, LIZZIE. "Reconstruction." "Vox Populi, Vox Dei." A Poem delivered in Library Hall, Chelsea, at the close of a Lecture on Sundah Evening, Sept. 23d." [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside, with decorative border.
1865
 

DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN The Culprit Fay. A Poem. With One Hundred Illustrations, by Arthur Lumley.
1867
 

DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN The Culprit Fay and Other Poems.
1835
 

DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN The Culprit Fay and Other Poems. [with] Alnwick Castle, with Other Poems.
1835
 

DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN The Culprit Fay and Other Poems. [with] Alnwick Castle, with Other Poems.
1835
 

DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN The Croakers.
1860
 

DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN The Croakers.
1860
 

DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN The Culprit Fay. A Poem. With One Hundred Illustrations, by Arthur Lumley.
1867
 

DREISER, THEODORE. Moods Cadenced and Declaimed.
1926
 

DUTTON, WARREN. The Present State of Literature; a Poem, Delivered in New-Haven, at the Public Commencement of Yale-College, Sept. 10, 1800.
1800
 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. Greenfield Hill: A Poem in Seven Parts...
1794
 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. Greenfield Hill: A Poem, in Seven Parts...
1794
 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. The Conquest of Canaan; a Poem in Eleven Books.
1788
 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. The Conquest of Canaan; a Poem in Eleven Books.
1785
 

EATON, B.A. The Minstrel and Other Poems.
1833
 

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

EMERSON, R. W. Poems.
1847
 

EMERSON, R. W. Poems.
1847
 

EMERSON. "Threnody" in [M.A.H.] Echoes of Infant Voices.
1849
 

EMMONS, RICHARD. The Fredoniad: or, Independence Preserved. An Epick Poem of the Late War of 1812. Vol. I-IV, of 4.
1827
 

ESLING. CATHARINE H. Flora's Lexicon: an Interpretation of the Language and Sentiment of Flowers: with an Outline of Botany, and a Poetical Introduction.
1839
 

EVANS, OLIVER. Patent Right Oppression Exposed; or, Knavery Detected. In an Address, to Unite All Good People to Obtain a Repeal of the Patent Laws. By Patrick N.I. Elisha, Esq. Poet Laureate. To which is added, an Alarming Law Case; also Reflections on the Patent Laws. Illustrated with Notes an Anecdotes. By the Editor.
1813
 

EVEREST, C.W. Babylon: A Poem.
1838
 

EVERETT, WILLIAM. Hesione: or Europe Unchained. A Poem Delivered before the P.B.K. Fraternity of Harvard College, July 16, 1868.
1868
 

F., G.M. To the Memory of Elizabeth H. and Anna Woods. Daughters of Hon. Josiah B. and Frances C. Woods. [Caption title].Sm. folio 22-stanza broadside in two columns with two coffins.
1846
 

FAIRFIELD, SUMNER L. Abaddon, the Spirit of Destruction; and Other Poems.
1830
 

FALLS, DE WITT C. The Comic Military Alphabet. Army, Navy, National Guard.
1894
 

FARMER, MRS. P. The Captives and Other Poems.
1856
 

FELCH, WALTON. The Supplement to a Lecture on the Stars: Being a Recapitulation, in Verse, of Some Instructions which are Important and Difficult to be Remembered. Illustrated by Notes and Diagrams.
1828
 

FELLOWES, JEREMIAH. Reminiscences. Moral Poems and Translations. With an Appendix.
1824
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. Terrible Tractoration, and Other Poems, by Christopher Caustic, M.D. Fourth American Edition. To which is prefixed Caustic's Wooden Booksellers and Miseries of Authorship.
1837
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. The Ladies Monitor, a Poem.
1818
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. Democracy Unveiled, or Tyranny Stripped of the Garb of Patriotism. By Christopher Caustic, L.L.D.
1805
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS GR Terrible Tractoration!! A Poetical Petition Against Galvanising Trumpery, and the Perkinistic Institution. In Four Cantos. Most Respectfully Addressed to the Royal College of Physicians, by Christopher Caustic...First American, from the Second London Edition, Revised and Corrected by the Author, with Additional Notes.
1804
 

FIELDS, JAMES T. Anniversary Poem, Delivered Before the Mercantile Library Association of Boston, September 13, 1838.
1838
 

FINN, HENRY J.; JAME Whim Whams, by Four of Us.
1828
 

FITCH, ELIJAH. The Beauties of Religion. A Poem. Addressed to Youth. In Five Books.
1789
 

FITZGERALD, EDWARD. The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, the Astronomer-Poet of Persia. Rendered into English Verse...
1897
 

FLINT, WILLIAM. Shipwreck of the Tamarac; a Poem.
1839
 

FOLLETT, JOSEPH. “A few Lines from a School Master to his Schoollars in Verse...” February 26, 1763. 16mo. hand made & sewn brown paper bound book in holographic ink. 10 pp. Edges of cover tattered, pages browned, but good. A back page carries the inscription: “Dorcas Whipple her Book given to her by Joseph Follett School Master at a School kept at Peter Whipples in Cumberland February 26th A.D. 1763”.
1763
 

FRIENDS. The Arm Chair
1843
 

GAGE, WILLIAM LEONAR Verses.
1870
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM LL Sonnets and Other Poems.
1843
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM LL The Nation’s Shame. Sonnets…
1899
 

GAY, JOHN. Gay's Fables. In One Volume Complete.
1808
 

GENIN, SYLVESTER. Selections from the Works of the Late Sylvester Genin, Esq., in Poetry, Prose, and Historical Design. With a Biographical Sketch.
1855
 

GERARD, JAMES WATSON Aquarelles: or Summer Sketches. By Samuel Sombre (pseud).
1858
 

GILES, CHARLES. The Convention of Drunkards: a Satirical Essay on Intemperance. To which are added, Three Speeches on the Same Subject; an Oration on the Anniversary of American Independence; and an Ode on the Completion of the Erie Canal. Third Edition.
1852
 

GILMAN, SAMUEL. "Ode" ["Fair Harvard"] [in] Order of Services at the Centennial Celebration of Harvard University, on the 8th of September, 1836. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13" x 8.25".
1836
 

GOODRICH, S.G. Edito Elegant Extracts of Poetry from the Works of Modern Authors.
1818
 

GORDAK, WILLIAM WALS Here's Luck to Lora and Other Poems.
1906
 

GRAYSON, WILLIAM J The Hireling and the Slave, Chicora, and Other Poems.
1856
 

GRENVILLE, A.S. Original Poetic Effusions. Moral, Religious, and Sentimental....
1822
 

GRIMES, P. A Rumphes in Topet. Truth and Conviction. [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside.
1863
 

HALE, SARAH J. Children's Prayer....The Sabbath....Mary's Lamb....Religion--What Is It?....Lord's Prayer. [Five Titles of Verse; no other title or caption]. 11" x 11.5". On linen, with four vignettes & typographical border. Occasional foxing, but very good.
1835
 

HALL, FLORENCE HOWE. A Modern Hero [in] Wide Awake, Vol. EE. [1890].
1890
 

HALL, LOUISA JANE PA Miriam; a Dramatic Poem.
1837
 

HALLECK, FITZ-GREEN. Fanny, With Other Poems.
1839
 

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE Fanny.
1819
 

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE Alnwick Castle, with Other Poems.
1836
 

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE Alnwick Castle, with Other Poems.
1836
 

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE Alnwick Castle, with Other Poems.
1845
 

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE Alnwick Castle, with Other Poems.
1845
 

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE Alnwick Castle, with Other Poems.
1836
 

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE Fanny.
1819
 

HANAFORD, MRS. PHOEB Our Martyred President.
1865
 

HARMON, A.W. Sixty Families Massacred by the Blackfoot Indians. Tune--"Just Before the Battle, Mother." Caption title. 4to broadside, verse in two columns, with typographical border. Very good.
1868
 

HARMON, A.W. Pity the Sorrowful. Composed by A.W. Harmon, Concerning his Sickness, Caused by lifting, which injured his Spine, affecting his Head and Eye-sight badly, confining him to his bed, and a dark room for three years [caption title].
1865
 

HARRIS, C. FISKE. Catalogue of American Poetry, Comprising Duplicates from the Collection of the Late...of Providence, R.I.
1883
 

HARRIS, THADDEUS MAS Hymns for the Lord's Supper, Original and Selected.
1820
 

HARRIS, THOMAS L. Star-Flowers, a Poem of the Woman's Mystery. Canto the Second.
1886
 

HARTE, BRET. Poems.
1871
 

HARTE, BRET. Poems.
1871
 

HARWOOD, JOHN EDMUND Poems.
1809
 

HAY, JOHN. Little-Breeches. A Pike County View of Special Providence. Illustrated by J.F. Engel.
1871
 

HAY, JOHN. Poems by John Hay.
1913
 

HAYES, JOHN. Rural Poems, Moral and Descriptive; to which are added, Poems on Several Subjects.
1807
 

HAYNE, PAUL H. Poems.
1855
 

HEBBARD, WILLIAM W. The Night of Freedom: An Appeal in Verse, Against the Great Crime of Our Country, Human Bondage.
1857
 

HEMANS, MR. FELICIA. Hymns on the Works of Nature, for the Use of Children.
1827
 

HEMENWAY, ABBY MARIA Poets and Poetry of Vermont.
1858
 

HERDER, J.G. The Spirit of Hebrew Poetry. Translated from the German, by James Marsh. In Two Volumes.
1833
 

HIGGINSON, THOMAS WE The Afternoon Landscape. Poems and Translations.
1889
 

HILLS, JOHN P. MRS.. The Prairie Casket.
1875
 

HITCHCOCK, FREDERICK The Handbook of Amherst, Massachusetts. Seventh Illustrations.
1891
 

HOAG, JONATHAN E. The Poetical Works of Jonathan E. Hoag....Biographical and Critical Preface by H.P. Lovecraft. Author's Edition.
1923
 

HOFFMAN, BENNEVILLE Snarl of a Cynic: a Rhyme.
1868
 

HOFFMAN, CHARLES FEN Three (3) Page ALS to Mr. Tomlin, Concerning Published poetry. New York. Jan. 27, 1843. 4to. Folded in half. Integral address, postmarked to Mr. Tomlin Esq. P.M., Jackson, Tennessee. Ink.
1843
 

HOLMES, O. W. Poems.
1836
 

HOLMES, O. W. Poems.
1836
 

HOLMES, O.W. Urania: A Rhymed Lesson.
1846
 

HOLMES, O.W. Urania: A Rhymed Lesson.
1846
 

HOLMES, O.W. Urania: A Rhymed Lesson.
1846
 

HOLMES, O.W. Urania: A Rhymed Lesson.
1846
 

HOLMES, O.W. The Carrier’s Dream and The Broomstick Train. The Carrier Boys of the Carrier Boys of the Salem Gazette and Essex County Mercury to Their Patrons. [Cover title].
1891
 

HOLMES, O.W.. The Star Spangled Banner. Song & Chorus. With an additional verse (5th) by Dr. O.W. Holmes.
1861
 

HOLMES, OLIVER W. Autograph Poetry Stanza. Signed Oliver Wendell Holmes, Boston, Sept. 28, 1864. 6.25 x 8in. Folded in half. 4 lines. Ink, browned, lightly water stained, worn hole; & tear with loss of word "union".
1864
 

HOLMES, OLIVER WENDE Astraea: The Balance of Illusions. A Poem Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Yale College...
1850
 

HOLMES, OLIVER WENDE Astraea: The Balance of Illusions. A Poem...
1850
 

HOOD, CHARLES. Gonzalvo: or the Fall of Grenada.
1845
 

HOSMER, W.H.C. Themes of Song: a Poem, Read Before the Amphictyon Association, of the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary...September 30th, 1842.
1842
 

HOSMER, WM. H.C Yonnondio, or Warriors of the Genesee: a Tale of the Seventeenth Century
1844
 

HOUGHTON, HORACE H. Poems.
1878
 

HOVEY, RICHARD. Seaward. An Elegy on the Death of Thomas William Parsons.
1893
 

HOWE, JULIA WARD. Passion-Flowers.
1854
 

HOWE, JULIA WARD. Bryant Centennial. Cummington. August the Sixteenth 1894.
1894
 

HOWE, JULIA WARD. Passion-Flowers.
1854
 

HOWE, SOLOMON, Print The Gray Mare. Or Johnny, the Miller, and Beautiful Kate. [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.5" x 8.5." Verse printed in two columns with woodcut at title.
1838
 

HOWE, SOLOMON? The Fair Maid's Song, when all alone. Tune--White Cockade. [caption title, in four lines]. Broadside verse, six 8-line stanzas, in two columns with typographical border between columns.
1830
 

HOWE, SOLOMON. Invitation Hymn. [Caption title]. Oblong 8vo. broadside, with cut beneath title. Verse printed in two columns.
1838
 

HUMPHREYS, COLONEL D The Miscellaneous Works...
1790
 

HUNT, RACHEL Autumnal Fruits and Flowers: Being the Effusions of a Reflecting Mind in the Decline of Life
1843
 

IRELAND, W.H. Scribbleomania; or, the Printer's Devil's Polichronicon. A Sublime Poem. Edited by Anser Pen-Drag-On, Esq.
1815
 

JACKSON, HELEN HUNT. Poems. Illustrated.
1892
 

JACKSON, HELEN. Sonnets and Lyrics.
1886
 

JACKSON, HENRY R. Tallulah, and Other Poems.
1850
 

JEWETT, CHARLES, M.D To Retailers. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11” x 7," text in two columns within an ornamental border. Sheet browned and stained. Old folds, Some marginal chips and tears, only slightly affecting image.
1835
 

JEWETT, CHARLES. Speeches, Poems, and Miscellaneous Writings, on Subjects Connected with Temperance and the Liquor Traffic.
1849
 

JILLSON, CLARK. Progress Attributed to the Laboring Classes: A Poem Delivered Before the Worcester County Mechanics' Association, March 3d, 1853.
1853
 

JOHNSON, JAMES WELDO God's Trombones. Seven Negro Sermons in Verse. Drawings by Aaron Douglas. Lettering by C.B. Falls.
1927
 

JOHNSTON, RICHARD MA Two (2) pp. ALS to Madison Cawein Concerning His Poetry. Baltimore, 33 W. North Ave., March 3, 1893. 12mo. Ink. Lightly browned. Fine.
1893
 

JONES, JULIA CLINTON Valhalla the Myths of Norseland. A Saga, in Twelve Parts.
1878
 

JUDD, SYLVESTER. Philo: An Evangeliad.
1850
 

KEESE, JOHN Editor. The Poets of America: Illustrated by One of Her Painters.
1840
 

KETTELL, SAMUEL Ed. Specimens of American Poetry, With Critical and Biographical Notices. In Three Volumes.
1829
 

KETTELL, SAMUEL Ed. Specimens of American Poetry, With Critical and Biographical Notices. In Three Volumes.
1829
 

LAWRENCE, EFFINGHAM. Siege at Chepach(et).
1842
 

LAWRENCE, EFFINGHAM. Siege at Chepachet.
1842
 

LAWRENCE, EFFINGHAM. Siege at Chepachet. [Wrapper title].
1842
 

LAWRENCE, JONATHAN J A Selection from the Writings...
1833
 

LEARNED, WILLIAM LAW The Fancy Ball: A Letter, Lost from the Portfolio of a Young Lady of Albany.
1846
 

LEE, CHAUNCEY. The Trial of Virtue, a Sacred Poem; Being a Paraphrase of the Whole Book of Job...to which is Annexed, a Dissertation Upon the Book of Job.
1806
 

LEES, THOMAS J. The Musings of Carol; Containing an Essay on Liberty: The Desperado, a Tale of the Ocean, and Other Original Poems.
1831
 

LEIGH, LARRY The True Grecian Bend. A Story in Verse. With [3] Illustrations
1868
 

LELAND, CHARLES G.? Ye Sneak Yclepid Copperhead. A Satirical Poem.
1863
 

LIEBER, FRANCIS. A Song on Our Country and Her Flag. Written in 1861, After the Raising of the Flag on Columbia College, New York. [Caption title].
1861
 

LINEN, JAMES. The Golden Gate.
1869
 

LONGFELLOW, H. W. The Belfry of Bruges and Other Poems
1846
 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY W. Voices of the Night.
1845
 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WA The Seaside and the Fireside.
1850
 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WA The Poems...Complete in One Volume.
1846
 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WA Voices of the Night. Third Edition.
1840
 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WA Poems on Slavery. Third Edition.
1843
 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WA Voices of the Night. Fourth Edition. [and] Ballads and Other Poems. Second Edition.
1840
 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WA Voices of the Night. Fifth Edition.
1841
 

LONGFELLOW, SAMUEL. A Few Verses of Many Years.
1887
 

LOVEJOY, OWEN. An Agricultural Poem...Delivered Before the Bureau County Agricultural Society, October 1859.
1862
 

LOWELL, J.R Ode. "My name is water: I have sped/ Through strange dark ways untried before..." [eight stanzas in:] Water Celebration, Boston, October 25, 1848. Broadside, 7.50" x 10.25."
1848
 

LOWELL, J.R Ode. "My name is water: I have sped/ Through strange dark ways untried before..." [eight stanzas in:] Water Celebration, Boston, October 25, 1848. Broadside, 8.75" x 11.5"
1848
 

LOWELL, JAMES RUSSEL Poems.
1844
 

LOWELL, JAMES RUSSEL Poems.
1844
 

LOWELL, JAMES RUSSEL The Vision of Sir Launfal.
1848
 

LUNDY, BENJAMIN. The Poetical Works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler: with a Memoir of Her Life and Character.
1836
 

LUNT, GEORGE. Order of Exercises, at the Celebration of the Second Centennial Anniversary of the Settlement of the Ancient Town of Newbury, Now Comprising the Towns of Newbury, Newburyport, and West-Newbury. Tuesday, May 26th, 1835. [Caption title.] Broadside, 7.5" x 16".
1835
 

LUNT, GEORGE. Leisure Hours. A Series of Occasional Poems.
1826
 

LYNCH, ANNE C. The Rhode-Island Book: Selections in Prose and Verse, From the Writings of Rhode-Island Citizens.
1841
 

M'CABE, JOHN COLLINS Scraps.
1835
 

MAC MULLEN, JOHN. Nathan Hale, a Poem...
1858
 

MACK, DOCTOR EBENEZE The Cat-Fight; a Mock Heroic Poem. Supported with Copious Extracts from Ancient and Modern Classic Authors....Illustrated with Five Engravings, Designed and Executed by D.C. Johnston, of Philadelphia...
1824
 

MacLEISH, ARCHIBALD. The Happy Marriage and Other Poems.
1924
 

MAFFITT, JOHN N. Tears of Contrition; or Sketches of the Life of John W. Maffitt; with Religious and Moral Reflections. To which are appended several Poetic Effusions.
1821
 

MAFFITT, JOHN N. Tears of Contrition; or Sketches of the Life of John W. Maffitt; with Religious and Moral Reflections. To which are appended several Poetic Effusions.
1821
 

MANSFIELD, JOSEPH. Hope, a Poem, Delivered in the Chapel of Harvard University, at a Public Exhibition, July 8, 1800.
1800
 

MAPLESON, T.W. GWILT Pearls of American Poetry Illuminated...
1853
 

MARKHAM, EDWIN. The Man with the Hoe and Other Poems.
1899
 

MARKHAM, EDWIN. The Man with the Hoe. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8."
1924
 

MARKHAM, EDWIN. Lincoln, the Man of the People. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8."
1922
 

MARSH, WILLIAM England and Other Poems
1839
 

McLAUGHLIN, J. FAIRF The American Cyclops, the Hero of New Orleans, and Spoiler of Silver Spoons. Dubbed LL.D. By Pasquino.
1868
 

MEAD, CHARLES. Mississippian Scenery; a Poem, Descriptive of the Interior of North America.
1819
 

MEAD, CHARLES. American Minstrel. Consisting of Poetical Essays on Various Subjects.
1828
 

MELLEN, GRENVILLE. Poem Pronounced Before the Literary Societies in Amherst College, August 27, 1839.
1839
 

MILLER, JOAQUIN. The Danites: and Other Choice Selections...Edited by A.V.D. Honeyman.
1878
 

MILTON, JOHN. Paradise Lost, a Poem, in Twelve Books; with a Biographical and Critical Account of the Author and His Writings.
1801
 

MONROE, HARRIET. Valeria and Other Poems.
1892
 

MOODY, WILLIAM VAUGH Poems.
1901
 

MOORE, MRS. MILCAH M Miscellanies, Moral and Instructive, in Prose and Verse; Collected from Various Authors, for the Use of Schools, and Improvement of Young Persons of Both Sexes.
1787
 

MOORE, MRS. MILCAH M Miscellanies, Moral and Instructive, in Prose and Verse; Collected from Various Authors, for the Use of Schools, and Improvement of Young Persons of Both Sexes.
1787
 

MORRIS, GEORGE P. The Deserted Bride; and Other Poems.
1838
 

MORRIS, THOMAS HOLLI A.D. 1862, or The Volunteer Zouave in Baltimore, by an Officer of the "Guards."
1862
 

MUNFORD, WILLIAM. Poems, and Compositions in Prose on Several Occasions.
1798
 

NICHOLS, ANDREW. The Spirit of Free-Masonry; A Poem.
1831
 

NILES, AARON. A Controversy Between the Four Elements.
1812
 

NILES, NATHANIEL. The American Hero: a Sapphick Ode. [Caption title]. Oblong 8vo. broadside, printed in two columns.
1781
 

NORRIS, FRANK. Yvernelle. A Legend of Feudal France. Illustrated.
1892
 

NORRIS, FRANK. Yvernelle. A Legend of Feudal France. Illustrated.
1892
 

NORTHMORE, THOMAS. Washington, or Liberty Restored: a Poem, in Ten Books.
1809
 

ODIORNE, THOMAS. The Progress of Refinement, a Poem, in Three Books. To which is added, a Poem on Fame, and Miscellanies.
1792
 

OLIVER, ISABELLA. Poems on Various Subjects.
1805
 

ORTON, J.R. Arnold and Other Poems.
1854
 

PABODIE, WILLIAM J. Calidore; a Legendary Poem.
1839
 

PABODIE, WILLIAM J. Calidore; a Legendary Poem.
1839
 

PAINE, THOMAS?. General Wolfe. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside (28.5 x 24 cm.) Verse in two columns.
1800
 

PALMER, ERASTUS DOW Catalogue of the Palmer Marbles...November 1856 (Not found 2016)
1856
 

PALMER, J.C. Footprints: or, Fugitive Poems.
1843
 

PARBURT, GEORGE R. Anselmo: a Poem.
1865
 

PARRIS, SAMUEL BARTL Remains...Comprising Miscellaneous Poems and Essays, Selected from His Manuscripts; with a Biographical Sketch of the Author.
1829
 

PARSONS, T.W. Twenty-fourth of October, 1852. [Caption title].
1852
 

PARSONS, THOMAS WILL The Shadow of the Obelisk and Other Poems.
1872
 

PAULDING, J.K. The Backwoodsman. A Poem.
1818
 

PEABODY, ALLEN. The Parent's Guide, Containing Practical Hints for Family Management.
1853
 

PECK, JOHN. A Descant on the Universal Plan, Corrected; or, Universal Salvation Explained. With Rev. L. Haynes' Sermon.
1823
 

PENA, AUXCENCIO MARI Long Tom's Pilgrimage. [Caption title]. 4to broadside with two columns of verse & typographical border.
1829
 

PHILLIPS, EDGAR. The Soldier's Norah: a Poem. Printed for Private Circulation.
1858
 

PICKERING, HENRY. The Ruins of Paestum: and Other Compositions in Verse.
1822
 

PICKERING, HENRY. The Ruins of Paestum: and Other Compositions in Verse.
1822
 

PIERPONT, JOHN. The Portrait. A Poem...
1812
 

PIERPONT, JOHN. Airs of Palestine, a Poem.
1816
 

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
 

POWELL, CALVIN. Poems, Hymns, and Divine Songs, Intended to Illustrate the Infinite Wisdom, Power, and Goodness of God, in the Creation, Redemption, and Final Restoration of All Men.
1832
 

POWER, THOMAS. Secrecy: a Poem. Second Edition.
1832
 

POWER, THOMAS. Secrecy: a Poem....
1832
 

POWER, THOMAS. Lafayette: A Poem.
1834
 

PURVIS, ROBERT. A Tribute to the Memory of Thomas Shipley, the Philanthropist.
1836
 

RANDALL, JOHN WITT. Consolations of Solitude.
1856
 

RANDOLPH, RICHARD. Aspects of Humanity, Brokenly Mirrored in the Ever-Dwelling Current of Human Speech.
1869
 

RAY, WILLIAM. Poems, on Various Subjects, Religious, Moral, Sentimental and Humorous. To which is added, a brief sketch of the Author's Life, and of his captivity and sufferings among the Barbarians of Tripoli
1826
 

RICKER, S. In memory of the loss of the Gloucester fishermen on George's Banks, in a terrible storm, on the night of 22d of March, 1864. Seventy-eight men were lost, leaving thirty-one widows, and fifty-eight fatherless children. [Caption, followed by six 8-line stanzas of verse].
1864
 

ROGERS, DANIEL. A Poem, on Liberty and Equality.
1804
 

ROGERS, E.P. A Pious Mother. A Discourse,,,in Augusta, Geo.
1853
 

ROGERS, GEORGE. My Adopted Country: a Poem....Part I.-- Freedom's Bower. Part II.-- The Emigrant. Part III.-- Life in the West.
1851
 

ROGERS, SAMUEL. The Fountain. Holograph Poem of 30 Lines beneath pencilled drawing of "The Fountain." 10" x 8" (text & illus., plus margins).
1838
 

ROGERS, SAMUEL. The Pleasures of Memory, and Other Poems...and the Pains of Memory, by Robert Merry.
1808
 

ROSE, R.H. Sketches in Verse. [With engraved title on thin paper].
1810
 

RUGGLES, JAMES L. The Offering: A Collection of Prose and Poetry.
1848
 

RYAN, ABRAM. The Sword of Robert Lee. By "Moina."* *Father Abram Ryan of Knoxville, Tennessee, Author of the celebrated lines on the "Conquered Banner." [Caption title] 8vo broadside, six six-line stanzas.
1868
 

SALEM REGISTER. A Few Rhymes by the Carrier Boys of the Salem Register, and by Them Presented...to Their Patrons, January 1, 1869.
1869
 

SALEM REGISTER. The Carrier Boys of the Salem Register to Their Patrons....January 1, 1877. [Caption title]. Wide 4to, folded to two pages, verso blank. Printed in red.
1877
 

SANDS, BENJAMIN. Metamorphosis; or a Transformation of Pictures, with Poetical Explanations, for the Amusement of Young Persons.
1816
 

SANDS, BENJAMIN. Metamorphosis; or a Transformation of Pictures, with Poetical Explanations, for the Amusement of Young Persons.
1814
 

SANDS, BENJAMIN. Metamorphosis; or a Transformation of Pictures, with Poetical Explanations, for the Amusement of Young Persons.
1811
 

SARGENT, LUCIUS. The Culex of Virgil; with a Translation into English Verse.
1807
 

SAUNDERS, JAMES M. A Collection of Miscellaneous Pieces, in Prose and Verse.
1834
 

SAWYER, MRS. C.M. Memoir of Mrs. Julia H. Scott; with Her Poems, and Selections from Her Prose.
1853
 

SCOTT, JONATHAN M. Blue Lights, or the Convention. A Poem in Four Cantos.
1817
 

SCOTT, WALTER. The Lay of the Last Minstrel, a Poem.
1811
 

SCOTT, WALTER. The Lady of the Lake; a Poem.
1836
 

SCOTT, WALTER. The Vision of Don Roderick. A Poem.
1811
 

SECUNDUS, JOHANNES. The Portal to the Cabinet of Love; consisting of the Basia of Johannes Secundus, newly translated into english verse, with the Epithalamium. Also, Fragments, Being Some Poetical Pieces on the Kiss, &c.
1815
 

SECUNDUS, JOHANNES. The Portal to the Cabinet of Love...with the Epithalamium. Also, Fragments--Being Some Poetical Pieces on the Kiss, &c.
1815
 

SEDGWICK, CATHARINE Poetical Remains of the Late Lucretia Maria Davidson, Collected and Arranged by Her Mother: with a Biogtraphy, by Miss Sedgwick. A New Edition, Revised.
1843
 

SHAW, B.R. Poems. (Revised Editon).
1874
 

SHELTON, FREDERICK W The Trollopiad; or, Travelling Gentlemen in America. A Satire, by Nil Admirari, Esq.
1837
 

SIEGEL, CHARLES W. E A Hundred Years Ago, and Other Poems.
1875
 

SIGOURNEY, MRS. L.H. Poems, Religious and Elegiac.
1841
 

SIMMONS, ANTHONY K. Pity the Blind. [Caption title]. Broadside, 10” x 4," printed on dark green paper, text within an ornamental border. With a testimonial at head signed in type by Geo. S. Alexander/Pastor, M.E. Church, South Truro [Mass.], followed by six stanzas of verse. A pretty copy.
1860
 

SKINNER, ISRAEL. A History of the Revolutionary War Between Great Britain and the United States, in Verse.
1829
 

SMITH, ELIHU H. American Poems, Selected and Original. Vol. I (all).
1793
 

SMITH, ELIHU H. American Poems, Selected and Original. Vol. I (all).
1793
 

SMITH, MISS CAROLINE Arm for the Right; or, the Invalid's Last Appeal. [Caption title]. 4to broadside. Verse in three columns, plus text above & below. Browned, some chipping.
1869
 

SNELLING, WILLIAM J. Truth, a Gift for Scribblers.
1832
 

SNOWDEN, RICHARD. The American Revolution. Written in Scriptural, or, Ancient Historical Style.
1815
 

SOUTHWICK, SOLOMON. The Pleasures of Poverty.
1823
 

SPENCE, LIEUTENANT R Minstrelsey of Edmund the Wanderer. Collected by His Early Companion, and Intimate Friend...
1810
 

SPINGARN, J.E. Poems.
1924
 

SPRAGUE, CHARLES. Order of Services at the Dedication of the New Church, Erected by the First Congregational Society in Concord, Dec. 29th, 1841. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8.5" x 11.5".
1841
 

ST. JOHN, PETER? The British Taxation in North-America, a Song Composed by a American, at the Commencement of the Revolution, and sung with unbounded Applause, by the Patriots of '76. Also an Address to the Volunteers of America, 1812.
1812
 

STANDISH, MILES JUN. No. 1. The Times; a Poem, Addressed to the Inhabitants of New-England, and of the State of New-York, Particularly on the Subject of thePresent Anti-Commercial System of the National Administration.
1809
 

STEARNS, SAMUEL. An Account of the Terrible Effects of the Pestilential Infection in the City of Philadelphia. With an Eulogy on the Deaths of the People....
1793
 

STEVENS, WALLACE. Harmonium.
1923
 

STEWART, W. FRANK. Pleasant Hours in an Eventful Life.
1869
 

STILLWELL, MARGARET Noah's Ark in Early Woodcuts and Modern Rhymes.
1942
 

STODDARD, CHARLES WA Poems.
1867
 

STODDARD, RICHARD HE Songs of Summer.
1857
 

STONE, WILLIAM L The Poetry and History of Wyoming: Containing Campbell's Gertrude, and the History of Wyoming from Its Discovery to the Beginning of the Present Century.
1864
 

STORY, ISAAC. A Parnassian Shop, Opened in the Pindaric Stile; by Peter Quince, Esq.
1801
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH Religious Poems. With Illustrations.
1867
 

STOWE, PHINEAS. Welcome Song, Dedicated to the Commander, Officers and Crew of the U.S. Sloop-of-War Wachusett, On her arrival at the Charlestown Navy Yard, Nov. 26, 1864. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside, verse in two columns, with typographical border.
1864
 

STRONG, TITUS Editor The Cypress Wreath, or Mourner's Friend. A Selection of Pieces, Adapted to the Consolation of the Afflicted.
1828
 

SWEET, HOMER D.L. Twilight Hours in the Adirondacks. The Daily Doings and Several Sayings of Seven Sober, Social, Scientific Students in the Great Wilderness of Northern New York, Variously Versified in Seven Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Seven Lines.
1870
 

SYLVESTER, J.J Spring's Debut. A Town Idyll in Two Centuries of Continuous Rhyme
1880
 

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

TAYLOR, JANE. Essays in Rhyme, or Morals and Manners.
1816
 

TEASDALE, SARA. Rivers to the Sea.
1915
 

TELFER, WILLIAM DUFF Andromeda: And Other Poems. With an Illustrative Etching by H.J. Townsend...
1852
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. The Prison Bard: or Poems on Various Subjects. Written in Prison.
1848
 

THOMSON, JAMES. The Seasons, First American Edition [!].
1790
 

TILTON, THEODORE. The Fly. [Cover title].
1865
 

TOWNSEND, HANNAH & M The Anti-Slavery Alphabet [wrapper title]. Printed on facing pages (others blank), illustrated. Original printed wraps (soiled). Burn mark on front wrapper has left a sizeable hole, but with no loss of text, and a stain on following blank page. Later(?) owner’s stamp on wraps front and back. A fair to good copy, only, but intact.
1847
 

TOWNSEND, SHIPPIE. A Practical Essay, Designed for General Use, In Three Parts. Part I-III.
1783
 

TRAUBEL, HORACE Ed.. At the Graveside of Walt Whitman: Harleigh, Camden, New Jersey, March 30 and Springs of Lilac.
1892
 

TRUEMAN, D. Cottage Poems.
1848
 

TRUMBULL, JOHN. M'Fingal: a Modern Epic Poem in Four Cantos. Embellished with Plates. With Explanatory Notes.
1812
 

TRUMBULL, JOHN. The Poetical Works...Containing M'Fingal, a Modern Epic Poem...The Progress of Dulness; and a Collection of Poems...In Two Volumes.
1820
 

VALPY, RICHARD. Poetical Chronology of Ancient and English History; with Historical and Explanatory Notes...to which is added, American Chronology...to the Establishment of the Federal Constitution. Adopted by the School Committee, for the use of the Public Schools in Boston.
1816
 

VAN WATERS, GEORGE. The Poetical Georgraphy, with the Rules of Arithmetic in Verse, &c. &c.
1848
 

VERSE BROADSIDE. Solomon's Temple and Bruce's Address to His Army. [Caption title.] Broadside, 9" x 10.5".
1835
 

VERY, JONES. Essays and Poems.
1839
 

WALTER, WILLIAM B. Sukey.
1821
 

WALTER, WILLIAM B. Sukey.
1821
 

WARE, JR., HENRY. A Sermon Delivered at the Ordination of Rev. Chandler Robbins, Over the Second Congregational Church in Boston, December 4, 1833.
1833
 

WASHINGTON. The Western Solomon, and the Soldier's Return. [Caption title.]
1815
 

WASHINGTON. Odes To be sung at the celebration of Washington's Birth-Day, by the "Washington Benevolent Society of the County of Hampden," at Springfield, Feb. 22d, 1814. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, two odes in two columns, with typographical border between columns and at head & foot of text.
1814
 

WEBBER, SAMUEL, M.D. War, A Poem, In Three Parts.
1823
 

WEBBER, SAMUEL. War, A Poem, in Three Parts.
1823
 

WEEKES, REFINE. The Life of William Penn, and Other Poems, Religious, Historical, and Sentimental.
1822
 

WELLMAN, MARY WARD. Poem and Other Thoughts, Suggested Upon the Death of Hon. Daniel Webster.
1854
 

WELLS, JOHN. Rifle Shots at Past and Passing Events. A Poem in Three Cantos--Being Hits at Time on the Wing. By an Inhabitant of the Comet of 1861....
1862
 

WENTWORTH, MAY Edito Poetry of the Pacific: Selections and Original Poems from the Poets of the Pacific States.
1869
 

WETMORE, PROSPER. Lexington, with Other Fugitive Poems.
1830
 

WHARTON, JOHN. The Virginia Wreath; or Original Poems.
1814
 

WHITE, RICHARD GRANT Poetry Lyrical, Narrative, and Satirical of the Civil War...
1866
 

WHITMAN, WALT. After All, Not To Create Only.
1871
 

WHITMAN, WALT. November Boughs.
1889
 

WHITMAN, WALT. Selected Poems.
1892
 

WHITNEY, ORSON F. The Poetical Writings...Poems and Poetic Verse. Compiled and Published by the Author.
1889
 

WHITNEY, THOMAS R The Ambuscade. An Historical Poem
1845
 

WHITTIER, J. G. Ballads of New England.
1870
 

WHITTIER, J.G Order of Exercises at the Dedication of the Newbury High School House. Newbury, Nov. 2, 1849. [Caption title.] Broadside, 11.5" x 7"
1849
 

WHITTIER, J.G. Moll Pitcher, a Poem.
1832
 

WHITTIER, JOHN G Poems Written During the Progress of the Abolition Question in the United States, Between the Years 1830 and 1838
1837
 

WHITTIER, JOHN G. Tributes to William Lloyd Garrison, at the Funeral Services, May 28, 1879.
1879
 

WHITTIER, JOHN G. The Panorama, and Other Poems.
1856
 

WIGHT, SAMUEL F. Adventures in California and Nicaragua, in Rhyme. A Truthful Epic.
1860
 

WILDWOOD, ELMO pseud A Few Thoughts. Designed to Accompany Dion Piatt's Panorama. [Caption title.] Broadside, 26" x 6.5".
1885
 

WILKINSON, EDWARD? Wisdom: a Poem....Written in Rhode-Island, by one of the Friends.
1803
 

WILLIS, N. P. Sketches:
1827
 

WILLSON, FORCEYTHE. The Old Sergeant: Being the Carrier's Very Humble Offering, January 1, 1863.
1866
 

WINCHESTER, ELHANAN. The Process and Empire of Christ; from His Birth to the End of the Mediatorial Kingdom; a Poem, in Twelve Books.
1805
 

WOLCOT, JOHN. Odes to Mr. Paine, Author of the "Rights of Man;" On the Intended Celebration of the Downfall of the French Empire, by a Set of British Democrates, On the Fourteenth of July. By Peter Pindar, Esq. A New Edition.
1791
 

WOODMANSEE, JAMES. Wrinkles; from the Brow of Experience, and Other Poems.
1860
 

WOODSIDE, JOHN W. Why Pat Was a Democrat, and Other Campaign Arguments, in Verse. [Wrapper title.]
1888
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL. Melodies, Duets, Trios, Songs, and Ballads...Together with Metrical Epistles, Tales and Recitations. Third Edition, Comprising Many Late Productions Never Before Published.
1831
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL. The Poems, Odes, Songs, and Other Metrical Effusions...
1818
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL. Ode for the Canal Celebration, Written at Request of the Printers of New-York...[Caption title}. 4to silk broadside, with typographical border. Verse printed in two columns.
1825
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL. The Hunters of Kentucky; or the Battle of New Orleans. [Caption title]. 16" x 9". Broadside verse in two columns, with typographical border and engravings. Fine.
1824
 

WRIGHT, ANNA A. More Truth Than Poetry.
1884
 

WRIGHT, NATHANIEL H. The Fall of Palmyra: and Other Poems.
1817
 

WYLIE, ELINOR. Nets to Catch the Wind.
1921
 

ZACCHIROLI, FRANCESC Versi. Engraved title leaf, with device.]
1781
 

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