American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index



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Reel: 13, No. 319
Byron, George Gordon Noël Byron, 6th baron, 1788-1824.

La profezia di Dante [Italian and English] Tradotta in terza rima de L. Da Ponte.

Nuova-Jorca, B. e W.A. Bartow. 1822

2 ed., con note ed, aggiunte di varie poesie originali.; 100 p.



Reel: 23, No. 379.1
Byron, George Gordon Noël Byron, 6th baron, 1788-1824.

The works of Lord Byron, including the suppressed poems.

Philadelphia, Grigg & Elliot. 1834

Also a sketch of his life, by J. W. Lake. Complete in one volume.; xxxix, 764 p. front. (port.); 23 cm.



Reel: 23, No. 380
C[ourtwright], G.

A little looking-glass for the times; or, A brief remembrancer for Pennsylvania.

Wilmington, Printed and sold by James Adams. 1764

Containing some serious hints, affectionately addressed to people of every rank and station in the province: with an appendix, by way of supplication to almighty God.; 24 p.



Reel: 18, No. 464
Cabell, Julia (Mayo).

An odd volume of facts and fiction in prose and verse.

Richmond, Nash and Woodhouse. 1852

276 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 32, No. 539
Cabinet.

Philadelphia, J. Laval & S.F. Bradford, Printed by P.K. & C. [1829]

[150] p.; 9 port.; 15.5 cm.

Reel: 23, No. 381
The Cabinet of Momus; a choice selection of humorous poems, from P. Pindar, Dibdin, Colman, Freneau, Penwarne.

Philadelphia, Published by Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market street, printed by A. Small. 1809

Embellished with six engravings. Copy right secured.; viii, 136 p., 5 leaves of plates.; 16.6 cm.

Reel: 13, No. 320
Cady, Eunice.

A poem in four parts.

Newtown, Printed for the publisher. 1819

35 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 13, No. 321
Cady, Isaac.

A tragedy founded on the history of Joseph and his brethren, as recorded in sacred scripture.

Schenectady, Printed for R. Schermerhorn. 1808

In five acts. Published according to Act of Congress.; 63, [1] p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 13, No. 322
Caldcleugh, W.G.

The branch: a sacred poem, and other poems.

Philadelphia, J. Challen & son. 1862

[2], 5-96 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 32, No. 540
Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.

An elegiac poem on the death of General Washington.

Philadelphia, Printed at the office of The True American. 1800

2 p.l., 12 p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 13, No. 323
Caldwell, Howard H., 1831-1858.

Oliatta, and other poems.

New York, Redfield. 1855

[7], 4-200, [12] p.; 12 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 32, No. 541
Caldwell, Howard H., 1831-1858.

Poems.


Boston, Whittemore, Niles & Hall. 1858

[3], vi-134 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 32, No. 542
Caldwell, William Warner, 1823-1908.

Poems, original and translated.

Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and company. 1857

2 p.l., [vii]-xii, 275, [1] p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 32, No. 543
Calhoun, William Barron, 1796-1865.

An address delivered in Springfield, July 4, 1825, in commemoration of American Independence.

Springfield, A.G. Tannatt & co. 1825

36 p.; 21.5 cm.



Reel: 23, No. 382
California. University.

Oration, poem, and speeches, delivered at the General alumni meeting, held at the College of California, Oakland, Ca., Tuesday, May 31st, 1864.

San Francisco, H.H. Bancroft & co.

96 p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 32, No. 544
Call, I.

Scenes in Texas, being a recital of the sufferings of a lady in her escape from the Indians.

Springfield [Mass.?] Wilson's Power Presses. 1852

By I. Call, who saw the lady before her recovery from the effects of her sufferings.; 10 p.; 19 cm.; A poem.



Reel: 32, No. 545
Callen, James.

An original and very interesting poem, written since the commencement of the present year, in three cantos: the first, entitled The fate of poets.

Philadelphia, Jesper Harding. 1835

The second, The apocalyptic vision. The third, On the progress of art, and the redemption of America, by the immortal Washington...; 24 p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 23, No. 383
Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.

Anyta and other poems.

Boston E.P. Dutton & co.; New York, Hurd & Houghton. 1866

[3], vi-170 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 32, No. 546
Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.

Cabiro: A poem.

Baltimore. 1840-1864

Cantos 1-2, 3-4.; 2 v.



Reel: 23, No. 383.1
Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.

Ellen: a poem.

New York, Sheldon and company. 1869

[7], 10-57 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; "Published anonymously in 1867".



Reel: 32, No. 548
Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.

First years in Europe.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. [c1866]

[3], vi-303 p.; Half-title.



Reel: 33, No. 550
Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.

First years in Europe.

Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1866

[3], vi-303 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.; Originated in two papers entitles "Weimar in 1825" and "Goettingen in 1824" which were published in Putnam's magazine, 1856. cf. Pref.



Reel: 32, No. 549
Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.

Joan of Arc.

[Cambridge] Riverside Press, printed by H.O. Houghton & co. 1860

A poem: In four books.; [7], 10-108 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 33, No. 551
Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.

Poems.


Boston, W.D. Ticknor & co. 1847

v, [7]-125 p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 23, No. 384
[Calvert, George Henry] 1803-1889.

Ellen: a poem for the times.

New York, G.W. Carleton & co. 1867

[5], 8-48 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 32, No. 547
Cambridge (Mass.).

The soldiers' monument in Cambridge.

Cambridge, Press of J. Wilson and son. 1870

Proceedings in relation to the building and dedication of the monument erected in the years 1869-70, by the city government of Cambridge, Mass., in honor of those of her soldiers and sailors who died in defence of the union of the states, in the war of the rebellion.; 104 p.; front.; 24.5 cm.; "Prepared and published by order of the City council."; "Oration, by the Rev. Alexander McKensie": p. [69]-104.



Reel: 33, No. 552
[Cameron, Hugh].

The troublesome trio.

Washington, Gibson Bros., Printers. 1867

11 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 33, No. 553
Cameron, Lucy Lyttelton (Butt), 1781-1858.

The mountain of health; or, The hour improved.

New York, M. Day. 1838

16 p.


Reel: 23, No. 384.1
The Camp jester; or, Amusement for the mess.

Augusta, Ga., Blackmar & brother. 1864

71, [1] p.; 19 cm.; One page of publisher's notices at end of book.

Reel: 33, No. 555
Camp meeting review, containing the proceedings of a camp meeting.

n.p. 1824

30 p.

Reel: 24, No. 385
Camp, Charles Whittlesey.

A poem [A vision of life].

New Haven, Printed by B.L. Hamlen. 1844

by Charles Whittlesey Camp; and the valedictory oration [Idolatry of intellect] by Oswin Hart Doolittle; pronounced before the senior class in Yale college, July 3, 1844...; 40 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 23, No. 384.2
Camp, Phineas, 1788-1868.

Poems of the Mohawk Valley, and on scenes in Palestine, together with an essay on the origin of poetry, with miscellaneous poems and sketches.

Utica, New York, Curtiss & White, printers. 1859

vi, [7]-204 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 33, No. 554
Campbell, Edward R., 1787-1857.

The heroine of Scutari and other poems.

New York, Dana and co. [etc., etc.]. 1857

334 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 33, No. 556
Campbell, Gabriel, 1838-1923.

War pictures, a poem.

Ann Arbor, Press of Dr. A.W. Chase. 1865

captain, Seventeenth Michigan volunteer infantry.; [7], 6-18 p.; 23.5 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 33, No. 557
[Campbell, Jacob] 1760-1788.

Poetical essays by a junior in Providence college.

Providence, Printed by Bonnet Wheeler. [1782]

10, 10 [i.e. 11], 1 p., 2 [?].; Cover title.



Reel: 13, No. 326
Campbell, John Wilson.

Biographical sketches; with other literary remains.

Columbus, Printed for the publisher by Scott & Gallagher. 1838

279 p.; 2 port.



Reel: 24, No. 385.1
Campbell, Juliet Hamersley (Lewis), 1823-1898.

Legend of the infancy of our Saviour.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1862

A Christmas carol.; [6], ix-36 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 33, No. 558
Campton (N.H.).

The centennial celebration of the town of Campton, New Hamshire, Sept. 12th, 1867.

Concord, A.G. Jones. 1868

iv, 5-118 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 33, No. 559
Canby, Margaret Tatnall.

Flowers from the battle-field, and other poems.

Philadelphia, H.B. Ashmead, printer. 1864

36 p.; 15.5 cm.



Reel: 33, No. 560
Canfield, Martha C.

Poetical selections from the papers of the late Mrs. Martha C. Canfield.

New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1858

Printed for private distribution.; 135 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 33, No. 561
Canning, J.D., 1816-1892.

The Shad-fishers.

Greenfield, Published by R.C. Graves. 1854

By the "Peasant bard."; 24 p.; 12.



Reel: 33, No. 562
Canning, Josiah Dean, 1816-1892.

Poems.


Greenfield, Mass., Phelps & Ingersoll, printers. 1838

viii, [9]-205 p.; 15 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 386
[Canning, Josiah Dean] 1816-1892.

Thanksgiving eve.

Greenfield, Mass., Merriam and Mirick. 1847

By the "Peasant bard"...; 48 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 387
Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.

The crowning hour, and other poems.

New York, E. Dunigan. 1843

132 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 388
Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.

Dramas.


New York, E. Dunigan and brother. 1857

355 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 33, No. 563
Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.

Facts, feelings and fancies.

New York, Bliss, Wadsworth & co. 1835

vi, [7]-191, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 389
Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.

Poems, dramatic and miscellaneous.

New York, E. Dunigan and brother. 1851

vi, [2], 208 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 33, No. 565
Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.

The poet's quest, and other poems.

New York, Casserly & sons. 1841

72 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 391
[Cannon, Charles James] 1800-1860.

Poems, by a Proser [pseud.].

New York, W.T. Janvier. 1831

48 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 390
[Cannon, Charles James] 1800-1860.

Scenes and characters from the comedy of life.

New York, E. Dunigan. 1847

By the author of "Harry Layden," etc. ...; 216 p.; 16.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 392
Capadose, Emily Anne Ximenes.

Jamaica and her children.

London: Printed for the author, and published by John Nichols. 1840

A poem.; 16 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 393
[Capen, Elmer Hewitt] 1838-1905.

Oration and poem.

Boston, Universalist publishing house. [1865?]

Alumni association. Tufts college, July 12, 1865.; 95 p.; 21 cm.; Oration by E.H. Capen; poem by G.C. Waldo.



Reel: 33, No. 566
Captain, James Elisha John.

A dissertation, politico-theological: is slavery contrary to Christian liberty? Which, by divine favor, and under the patronage of the most reverend and distinguished John Van Den Honert.

Leyden, Holland, Printed at the University Press, by Samuel Luchtman. 1742. [i.e. 1860]

is submitted to the candid examination of the public, by the author, James Elisha John Captain, African; who will be ready to defend the same on the tenth day of March from nine to ten, A.M., and from two to three, P.M. Translated from the Latin.; 44 p.; 20 cm.; Includes poetry.; On cover: Louisville, Ky., Morton & Griswold, printers, 1860.



Reel: 33, No. 567
Carey, Alice, 1820-1871.

Poems by Alice and Phoebe Carey.

Philadelphia, Moss and brother. 1850

264 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 25, No. 404
[Carey, James] fl. 1798.

He would be a poet; or, Nature will be nature still.

Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1796

An heroic poem: to which is annexed a thanksgiving epistle on electioneering success. By Geoffry Touchstone [pseud.]; 28 p.



Reel: 13, No. 331
[Carey, James] fl. 1798.

The House of wisdom in a bustle.

New York, Printed for the purchasers. 1798

A poem descriptive of the noted battle lately fought in C-ng-ss. By Geoffry Touchstone [pseud.]; 24 p.



Reel: 14, No. 333
[Carey, James] fl. 1798.

The House of wisdom in a bustle; a poem, descriptive of the noted battle, lately fought in C-ng--ss, by Geoffry Touchstone [pseud.].

Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1798

27 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 14, No. 332
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.

The Plagi-scurriliad: a Hudibrastic poem.

Philadelphia, Printed and sold by the author, January 16. 1786

Dedicated to Colonel Eleazer Oswald.; iv, 27, 3 p.



Reel: 14, No. 335
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.

The Porcupiniad: a Hudibrastic poem.

Philadelphia, Printed for and sold by the author, April 22. 1799

In three cantos. Addressed to William Cobbett. Canto I. 2d ed., improved.; 2 v.; fronts.



Reel: 14, No. 337
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.

The porcupiniad: a Hudibrastic poem.

Philadelphia, Printed for and sold by the author, March 2. 1799

In four cantos. Addressed to William Cobbett. Canto I.; 2 v.; fronts.; 23 cm.



Reel: 14, No. 336
Carhart, John Wesley, 1834-1914.

The poets and poetry of the Hebrews.

New York, Sheldon & Co. 1865

xii, 195 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 33, No. 568
Carhart, John Wesley, 1834-1914.

Sunny hours; consisting of poems on various subjects.

New York, Pudney & Russell, printers. 1859

xi, [1], 7-233 p.; front. port.; 19 cm.



Reel: 34, No. 569
Carleton, Osgood, 1742-1816.

Carleton's compendium of practical arithmetic.

Boston, Published by Thomas Wells, and sold in his bookstore, no. 3, Hanover street, and by the principal Booksellers in the Union, Lincoln and Edwards, printers. 1810

Applied to the federal and other currencies. Designed for the use of schools in the United States ... Compiled at the request of the associated instructors of youth in Boston.; 1 p.l., 5, 10-251, 1 p.



Reel: 14, No. 338
Carlton, Carrie, pseud.

Wayside flowers.

Milwaukee, Strickland & co. 1862

163 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 34, No. 570
Carmichael, Sarah E.

Poems.


San Francisco, Towne and Bacon. 1866

A brief selection, published by permission of the authoress, for private circulation.; 72 p.; 19 cm.; First edition.



Reel: 34, No. 571
Carmichael, Sarah E.

Poems.


San Francisco, Towne and Bacon. 1866

72 p.; Second edition.; Published for private circulation.



Reel: 34, No. 572
[Carnes, Frederick G.] d. 1889.

Poems.


New York. [1854]

84 p.; 18 cm.; Author's autograph presentation copy to Horace P. Chandler dated xmas 1862.



Reel: 34, No. 573
Carols of Wentworth; or, Songs of the old dominion.

Philadelphia, W.L. Drane & co. 1836

74 p.

Reel: 24, No. 394
Carpenter, Hugh Smith, 1824-1899.

Transition: a remembrance of Emma Whiting.

New York, Carleton. 1863

[9], 8-179 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.



Reel: 34, No. 574
[Carpenter, James M.].

The legend of Hob-or-Nob; a comical poem; by Reuben Lingerlong, esq. [pseud.].

New York, Baker & Godwin, printers. 1870

[7], 6-48 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 34, No. 575
Carpenter, Marcus T.

Memories of the past.

New York, Baker and Scribner. 1850

Poems.; ix, [11]-168 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 395
Carpenter, William.

A poem, on the execution of William Shaw, at Springfield, December 13th 1770, for the murder of Edward East in Springfield Goal.

[New York] Charles F. Heartman. 1916

[9] p., 1 fold. facsim.; (Heartman's historical series, no. 21).



Reel: 14, No. 341
Carr, George P.

The contest: a poem.

Chicago, P.L. Hanscom. 1866

115 p.; 16 cm.



Reel: 34, No. 576
The Carrier of the Independent Ledger, &c., wishes his kind customers a Merry Christmas & Happy New-Year.

Boston. January 1, 1785

and presents the following ...; broadside.

Reel: 14, No. 344
[Carrier's adress] A poem addressed to the people of Virginia, on New Year's day, 1788.

Alexandria. January 10, 1788

(In American museum. January, 1788. p. 92-93).

Reel: 14, No. 349
Carseer, G.

Hymns for the nativity of our Saviour, Jesus Christ.

Boston, Printed by John Elliot, no. 5 Court street. 1817

In four parts.; 24 p.; 21.5 cm.; Cover title.



Reel: 14, No. 351
Carter, Bernard M.

Miscellaneous poems.

Philadelphia, Printed for J. Maxwell, Walnut street. 1820

4 p.l., [5]-95 p.



Reel: 14, No. 352
Carter, Bernard Moore, b. 1780.

Poems.


London, A.J. Valpy. 1824

x p., 1 l., 125 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 396
Carter, Jacob, b. 1813.

My drunken life, in fifteen chapters, from 1825-1847.

Boston, The author. 1847

96 p.


Reel: 24, No. 397
Carter, Nathaniel Hazeltine, 1787-1830.

Pains of the imagination, a poem, read before the Phi beta kappa society at Dartmouth college, August 19, 1824.

Boston, Commercial gazette press. 1824

v, 25 p.; 22.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 398
Carter, Nathaniel Hazeltine, 1787-1830.

Pains of the imagination, a poem, read before the Phi beta kappa society at Dartmouth college, August 19, 1824.

New York, Clayton and Van Norden. 1824

v, [7]-31 p.; 22.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 399
Carter, St. Leger Landon, 1785-1851.

Nugae, by Nugator; or, Pieces in prose and verse.

Baltimore, Woods and Crane. 1844

iv, [5]-215 p.; 16 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 400
Carter, William Lorenzo, b. 1813.

Miscellaneous poems, on various subjects.

Akron [O.] Printed by H. Canfield. 1848

Composed by Wm. L. Carter, who has been blind from his birth.; v, [6]-32 p.; 15.5 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 402
Carter, William Lorenzo, b. 1813.

Miscellaneous poems, on various subjects.

Chagrin Falls [O.] M.H. Doolittle, printers. [1844?]

Composed by Wm. L. Carter, who has been blind from his birth.; [27] p.; 15 cm.



Reel: 24, No. 401
[Cartland, Moses Austin] 1805-1863.

An epistolary lament, supposed to have been written by a surviving Hunker soon after the N.H. election and addressed to his old friend in Washington, with explanatory notes.

Concord, [N.H.] Jones & Cogswell, printers. 1855

24 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 34, No. 578
Carver, William.

Select pieces in próse and verse, on various subjects.

New York. 1834

36 p.


Reel: 24, No. 403
Cary, Alice Butler.

Florence Nightingale; or, The angel of charity.

Brooklyn. 1857

32 p.


Reel: 35, No. 588
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

Ballads, lyrics, and hymns.

New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1866

ix, [4], 4-333 p.; front. (port.) illus.; 20 cm.; Cover-title: Alice Cary's poems.



Reel: 34, No. 579
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

The bishop's son.

New York, G.W. Carleton & co.; [etc.,etc.]. 1867

A novel,; [4], 7-416, [4] p.; 19 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 34, No. 580
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

Clovernook children.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1855

With engravings by Baker from designs by Barry.; 291 p.; front. plates.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 34, No. 581
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

Hagar, a story of to-day.

New York, Redfield. 1852

vi, [13]-300, [12] p.; 19 cm.; 12 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.; Half-title.



Reel: 34, No. 582
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

A lover's diary.

Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1868

ix, 240 p; illus.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 34, No. 583
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

Lyra, and other poems.

New York, Redfield, Clinton Hall. 1852

177, [14] p.; 19 cm.; 14 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 35, No. 584
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

Married, not mated; or, How they lived at Woodside and Throckmorton Hall.

New York, Derby & Jackson; Cincinnati, H.W. Derby. 1856

[5], 8-425 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 35, No. 585
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

Poems.


Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1855

viii p., 1 l., 11-399 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 35, No. 586
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.

Snow-berries.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1867

A book for young folks.; x, 206 p.; front., plates.; 27.5 cm.



Reel: 35, No. 587
Cary, Phoebe, 1824-1871.

Poems and parodies.

Boston, Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. 1854

vi, 200 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; 1st edition.



Reel: 35, No. 589
Cary, Phoebe, 1824-1871.

Poems of faith, hope, and love.

New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1868

v, 249 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 35, No. 590
Cary, Thomas, 1751-1823.

Abram's plains: a poem.

Quebec, Printed for the author. 1789

iv, 20 p.; 36 cm.; A photostatic copy.



Reel: 14, No. 354
Case, Wheeler, d. 1793.

Revolutionary memorials.

New York, M.W. Dodd. 1852

embracing poems; published in 1778, and an appendix, containing General Burgoyne's proclamation, (in burlesque,) dated June 28, 1777--A late authentic account of the death of Miss Jane M'Crea--The American hero, a Sapphie ode, by Nat. Niles, A. M., etc. Ed. by the Rev. Stephen Dodd...; iv, [5]-69 p.; 18.5 cm.




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