American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index



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Reel: 37, No. 636
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis), 1802-1880.

A new flower for children.

New York, C.S. Francis & co. 1856

For children from eight to twelve years old.; [3], 6-311 p; front. illus.; 17 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 37, No. 635
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis), Mrs., 1802-1880.

Flowers for children.

New York, C.S. Francis & co; Boston, J. H. Francis. 1845-1847

V. 2-3.; front., illus.; 15 cm.



Reel: 26, No. 433
Child, William.

A collection of hymns, newly composed on different subjects.

[Providence, Printed for the author]. [1795]

27 p.


Reel: 15, No. 384
Children in the wood. The affecting history of the children in the wood.

Pub. by Edward Dunigan. n.d

14 p.

Reel: 26, No. 437.1
Children in the wood. The babes in the wood.

Providence, Chauncey Shepard. [183-?]

16 p.; col. illus.; 16 cm.

Reel: 26, No. 438
Children in the wood. The babes in the wood, in verse.

New-York, Mahlon Day. 1825

An affecting tale. A new ed., corrected and enlarged by a friend to youth. To which is added, Lines addressed to a friend on Long-Island, on the death of her very promising daughter, aged nearly four years [by R.W.]; 31 p.; illus.; 10 cm.

Reel: 26, No. 438.1
Children in the wood. The children in the wood.

New-York, Printed and sold by Mahlon Day. [182-?]

Stereotyped by A. Chandler.; 16 p.; illus.; 10 cm.

Reel: 27, No. 439
Children's companion.

Philadelphia, J. Crissey. 1845

Translated from the French of M. Berquin, author of the Children's friend.; 143 p.; front. illus.; 19 cm.

Reel: 27, No. 440
The Children's hour, by E.W.S. and S.W.M.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1866

128 p.; Prose and poetry.; Added t.-p., illus.; Originally published in 1864 by the U.S. Sanitary Commission.; Variant bindings.

Reel: 37, No. 637
The Children's scrap book, by J.P.W.

New York, Leavitt & Allen. 1860

30 l.; illus. incl. front.; 27 cm.; On cover: Picture books for boys & girls, scrap book.; Rhymed couplets.; Text within line borders.

Reel: 37, No. 638
The Child's cabinet of beasts and birds.

Northampton, John Metcalf. 1840

22, [2] p.; front., illus.; 14 cm.

Reel: 26, No. 433.1
The Child's illuminated alphabet.

Worcester, J. Grout, jr. [184-?]

16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.

Reel: 26, No. 435
The Child's instructor: consisting of easy lessons for children; on subjects which are familiar to them in language adapted to their capacities.

Bridgeport, Printed by D. Sterling, Jr. 1826

By a teacher of little children in Philadelphia...; iv, [5]-108 p.; 16 cm.

Reel: 26, No. 436
Child's picture book.

Concord, New Hampshire, Rufus Merrill pub.?. 1854

16 p.; illus.; 12 cm.; Illustrated title page.

Reel: 38, No. 640
The Child's song book.

Concord, N.H., R. Merrill. 1849

8 p.; illus.; 9 cm.

Reel: 26, No. 437
Chisel, Charles, pseud.

Lamentation of free masonry.

Norwich, L. Huntington Young, printer. 1829

A poem of modern times.; 22 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 440.1
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

Atlantic; or, The true blessed island of poesy.

Macon, Ga., printed at the Georgia Citizen Office. 1853

A Paul epic-in three lustra by T.H. Chivers.; [5], 4-24 p.



Reel: 38, No. 641
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

Autumn.


(Richmond, Va.). 1845

(In Southern literary messenger, vol. xi, no. x, October 1845.; 27 cm.; p. 602).



Reel: 27, No. 440.2
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

Birth-day song of liberty.

Atlanta, Ga., C.R. Hanleiter & co., printers. 1856

A paean of glory for the heroes of freedom.; 15 p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 642
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

Eonchs of ruby.

New York, Spalding & Shepard. 1851

A gift of love.; iv, [5]-166, [2] p.; 20.5 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 643
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

The lost pleiad; and other poems.

New York, E.O. Jenkins. 1845

32 p.; 23.5 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 442
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

Memoralia; or, Phials of amber full of the tears of love.

Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co. 1853

A gift for the beautiful.; 1 p.l., [v]-xiv, 15-166, [2] p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 644
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

Nacoochee; or, The beautiful star, with other poems.

New York, W.E. Dean, printer. 1837

x, [2], 143 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 443
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

The sons of Usna: a tragi-apotheosis, in five acts.

Philadelphia, C. Sherman & son. 1858

92 p.


Reel: 38, No. 645
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

To Endea.

Aug. 1839

(In The Pittsburg Literary examiner.; V.1:4, p. 269.).



Reel: 27, No. 441
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.

Virginalia; or, Songs of my summer nights.

Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co. 1853

A gift of love for the beautiful.; 132, 13-36 p.; 24 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 38, No. 646
Christian ornaments, and sentiments of the heart.

Lowell, N.L. Dayton; Boston, Gould, Kendall & Lincoln. 1843

150 p.; 12 cm.

Reel: 27, No. 445
The Christian's duty exhibited in a series of hymns, collected from various authors, designed for the worship of God, and for the edification of Christians recommended.

Philadelphia, Printed for and published by Peter Leibert; W.W. Woodward, printer. 1813

To the serious of all denominations, by the fraternity of Baptists. 3rd ed., improved.; [4], [1]-331, [26], 2-28 p.

Reel: 15, No. 386
Christie, William, 1748-1823.

Jesus the Messiah, suffering, dying, raised, and exalted; for the glory of God, and the renovation of the world: a sacred poem, in seven cantos, composed from the narratives of the four evangelical historians, and arranged in the form of a harmony.

Philadelphia, Printed by Abel Dickinson, Whitehall, for the author. 1812

75, [1] p.; 23.3 cm.



Reel: 15, No. 387
Christie, William, 1748-1823.

Select psalms, Christmas hymns, and other devotional and sentimental pieces.

Philadelphia, Mc-Carthy & Davis. 1821

59 p.


Reel: 27, No. 446
The Christmas book, for all good boys and girls.

Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperthwait & co. 1846

208 p.; illus., incl. front., pl.; 18 cm.

Reel: 27, No. 447
A Christmas carol, for the year of our Lord MDCCCXLVII.

New York, D. Dana, jr. 1847

With original illustrations, designed and engraved by T. C. Boyd.; 16 p.; incl. front., illus.; 16.5 cm.

Reel: 27, No. 448
Christmas carols.

[n.p., B.A. Reed, printer]. 1860

By R. & S.; 47, [1] p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 38, No. 647
Church, Benjamin, 1734-1776.

The choice: a poem after the manner of Mr. Pomfret.

[South Kingston]. [April 18th, 1783]

By a Young gentleman in Boston.; 8 l.; Holograph.



Reel: 15, No. 391
Church, Benjamin, 1734-1776.

The choice: a poem, after the manner of Pomfret.

Worcester, Printed by Isaiah Thomas, jun. April, 1802

Written in the year 1757.; 16 p.; 18.5 cm.; Printer's device on t.-p.; First published in 1757, but apparently written several years earlier, as the author was graduated from Harvard in 1754.



Reel: 15, No. 392
Church, Benjamin, 1734-1776.

Elegy on the death of the Reverend Jonathan Mayhew, D.D., who departed this life July 9th, Anno Domini, 1766, Aetatis suae 46.

Boston, N.E., Printed and sold by Edes and Gill in Queen street. [1766]

15 p.; 24.5 cm.



Reel: 15, No. 393
[Church, Benjamin] 1734-1776.

An address to a provincial bashaw.

[n.p.], Printed in (the Tyrannio Administration of St. Francisco). 1769

By a Son of liberty.; 8 p.



Reel: 15, No. 389
[Church, Benjamin] 1734-1776.

The choice; a poem, after the manner of Mr. Pomfret by a young gentlemen.

Boston, Printed and sold by Edes and Gill, in Queen street. 1757

15 p.; 20.5 cm.



Reel: 15, No. 390
[Church, Benjamin] 1734-1776.

A poem occasioned by the death of the honourable Jonathan Law.

[n.p.], Printed in the year. 1751

Late Governor of Connecticut.; 6 l.



Reel: 15, No. 395
[Church, Benjamin] 1734-1776.

The times; a poem by an American.

[Boston]. [1765]

2 p.l., 1, 4-16 p.; 20 cm.; Caption title.



Reel: 15, No. 396
Church, Edward, b. 1740.

The dangerous vice, a fragment.

Columbia. 1789

Addressed to all whom it may concern. By a gentleman, formerly of Boston.; 16 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 15, No. 397
Churchill, Amelia Laman.

Masonic poems.

La Porte, Ind., Millikan & Cullaton printers. 1865

to which is added the Funeral Service. Published by authoress. 2d ed.; [5], 8-63 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 648
Churchill, George, Mrs.

The following lines were composed by the widow of Mr. George Churchill, who died at Martha's Vineyard, September 14, 1796, in the 35th year of his age.

[n.p.]. [1796?]

broadside.



Reel: 15, No. 398
Cist, Lewis Jacob, 1818-1885.

Trifles in verse: a collection of fugitive poems.

Cincinnati, Robinson and Jones. 1845

2 p. l., [ix]-xii, [13]-184 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 449
City sights for little folks.

Philadelphia, Smith & Peck. 1845

191 p.; Plates.

Reel: 27, No. 450
City sights, for little folks.

Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & Theodore Bliss. 1856

96 p.; illus.; 12 cm.; Illus. t.-p.; Poetry and prose.

Reel: 38, No. 649
City sights, for little folks.

Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & Theodore Bliss. 1857

96 p.; illus.; 12 cm.; Illus. t.-p.; Poetry and prose.

Reel: 38, No. 650
The City's heart.

New York, Carleton. 1866

By a daughter of New York.; 2 p.l., [9]-60 p.; front.; 16.5 cm.

Reel: 38, No. 651
Civil war: a poem, written in the year 1775.

[n.p.]. 1775

2 p.l., 3, 6-35 p.

Reel: 15, No. 399
Clack, Louise.

General Lee and Santa Claus.

New York, Blelock & co. 1867

Mrs. L. Clack's Christmas gift to her little southern friends.; [4], 3-36 p.; plates.



Reel: 38, No. 652
...Clam-Bake on the beach, by moonlight.

Quoque. August 16, 1859

Subsequent reminiscences by one of the marshals...; 11 p.

Reel: 38, No. 653
[Clapp, Henry] 1814-1875.

Husband vs. wife.

New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1858

With designs by A. Hoppin...; [2], 5-44, [4] p.; front., illus.; 18 cm.; Half-title.; In verse.; 3 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 38, No. 654
Clapp, Samuel Capen.

Selections, in prose and verse, from [his] writings.

Boston, Clapp and Hull. 1832

52 p.


Reel: 27, No. 451
Clapp, Susan Francis (Preston), 1817-1859.

Quiet hours.

Salem, H. Whipple and son. 1859

Not published.; vi p., 1 l., 131 p.; 18 cm.; Lettered on back: Poems. S.F.C.



Reel: 38, No. 655
Clapp, William R.

Hints to the craft.

Trenton, Murphy & Bechtel printers. 1860

A masonic poem, by William R. Clapp,S.W. Read before Mercer Lodge no. 50 F and A.M. on Thursday evening Dec. 6, 1860.; 23 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 656
Clapp, William W., jr., 1826-1891.

La Fiammina.

Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1857

Founded upon a French play by Mario Uchard.; 35 p.; 18 cm.; (Spencer's Boston Theater Vol. 20, no. 160).



Reel: 38, No. 657
Clapp, William W., jr., 1826-1891.

My husband's mirror.

Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1857

A domestic comedietta, in one act.; 14 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 658
Clark, Annie E.

Poems.


Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1866

146 p.; 16.5 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 659
Clark, B.

Past, present and future.

Toronto, Adam, Stevenson & co. 1867

In prose and poetry.; 168 p.



Reel: 38, No. 660
[Clark, E.H.G.].

Rue Erring.

[Troy? New York]. [1862]

A poem; viii, [9]-76, [1] p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 661
Clark, George Hunt, 1809-1881.

The news; a poem.

Hartford, F.A. Brown. 1856

49 p.; Half-title.



Reel: 38, No. 662
Clark, George Hunt, 1809-1881.

Now and then.

Hartford, F.A. Brown. 1855

A discursive poem; delivered before the Young men's institute, Hartford, Feb. 27th, 1855.; 44 p.; 23.5 cm.; "Published by request.".



Reel: 38, No. 663
Clark, George Hunt, 1809-1881.

Undertow of a trade-wind surf.

Hartford, C.G. Geer. 1860

200 p.; 23.5 cm.



Reel: 38, No. 664
Clark, John W.

John Baptist: a poem, delivered before The union lyceum of Lyons, N.Y., January 27, 1846.

Geneva, Ira Merrell. 1846

12 p.


Reel: 27, No. 452
Clark, Leander, 1823-1910.

Kenridge Hall, and other poems.

Washington, F. Philp. 1859

vi, [2], 113 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 39, No. 665
Clark, Lewis Garrard, 1812-1897.

Narratives of the sufferings of Lewis and Milton Clarke, sons of a soldier of the revolution, during a captivity of more than twenty years among the slaveholders of Kentucky, one of them so called Christian states of North America.

Boston, B. Marsh. 1846

Dictated by themselves.; 144 p.; 2 port.; (incl. front.); 18 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 453
Clark, Martha.

Victims of amusements.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1849]

x, [11]-105 p.; 15.5 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 454
Clark, Robert E.

The first book of Paradise lost; in rhyme.

Lynchburg, Va., Johnson & Schaffter. 1867

32 p.


Reel: 39, No. 666
Clark, Rufus Wheelwright, 1813-1886.

A sermon preached at the ordination of Mr. John E. Emerson, as pastor of the Whitefield Congregational church and society in Newburyport.

Newburyport, Moses H. Sargent. 1850

January 1, 1850... Together with the Charge to the pastor, Right hand of fellowship, and Address to the people. Also a sermon preached... by Rev. J. E. Emerson, January 6, 1850, the first Sabbath after his ordination.; 53, [2] p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 455
Clark, Simeon Tucker, 1836-1893.

Josephine, and other poems.

Boston, The author. 1856

239 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 39, No. 667
Clark, Thomas March, bp., 1812-1903.

A discourse delivered in Christ Church, Hartford, on Sunday, May 23, 1852.

Hartford, F.A. Brown. 1852

16 p.; 22 cm.; The imprisoned boy, by Mrs. Lydia H. Sigourney: p. 16.



Reel: 39, No. 668
Clark, Victorianus.

A rhyming geography; or, a Poetic description of the Unite States of America.

Hartford, Printed by Peter B. Gleason & co. 181[?]

Prefaced by a prose introduction to geography in general, and concluded with an appendix of questions.; 167, [1] p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 15, No. 402
Clark, William Adolphus, 1825-1906.

The learned world, by Anicetus (pseud.).

Boston, W.H. Piper & Co. 1864

xvii, 270 p.; 21 cm.; In verse.



Reel: 39, No. 670
Clark, William Adolphus, 1825-1906.

Our modern Athens; or, Who is first? A poem.

Boston, Redding & co. 1860

By Anicetus (pseud.).; x, [2], [13]-70 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 39, No. 671
[Clark, William Adolphus] 1825-1906.

The cannonade, by Anicetus (pseud.).

Boston, A. Williams & Co. 1861

xiii, [15]-148 p.; 20 cm.; In verse.



Reel: 39, No. 669
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.

Literary remains.

New York, Burgess, Stringer & co. 1847

Including the Ollapodiana papers, the Spirit of life and a selection from his various prose and poetical writings. Edited by Lewis Gaylord Clark.; 480 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 457
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.

The literary remains of the late Willis Gaylord Clark.

New York, Burgess, Stringer & co. 1844

Including the Ollapodiana papers, the Spirit of life, and a selection from his various prose and poetical writings. Edited by Lewis Gaylord Clark.; Pts. 2,5.; 23 cm.



Reel: 27, No. 456
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.

The past and present, a comparative view of idolatry and religion, as aids to learning: a poem pronounced, July 23, 1834, before the Athenian society of Bristol college.

[Bristol, Pa.]. 1834

23 p.


Reel: 28, No. 458
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.

The poetical writings of the late Willis Gaylord Clark.

New York, J. S. Redfield. 1847

1st complete ed.; 156 p.; 12 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 459
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.

The poetical writings of the late Willis Gaylord Clark.

New York, J. S. Redfield. 1847

2nd complete ed.; 156 p.



Reel: 28, No. 460
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.

The poetical writings of the late Willis Gaylord Clark.

New York, Leavitt & Co. 1849 [c1846]

2nd complete ed.; 2 p.l., 156 p.; col. front.; 12 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 461
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.

The spirit of life; a poem.

Philadelphia, Key & Biddle. 1833

Pronounced before the Franklin society of Brown university, September 3, 1833.; 2 p.l., [vii]-x p., 1 l. [13]-71 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 462
Clarke, Calvin, Rev.

Christian submission, a sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Susan Heard Cleavelend (wife of the rev. John P. Cleavelend) who died at Marshall, Mich., October 1st, 1843.

Cincinnati, Shepard & co. 1844

32 p.; 22.5 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 463
Clarke, Dorus, 1797-1884.

Fugitives from the escritoire of a retired editor.

Boston, Crocker and Brewster. 1864

vi, [2], 235 p.; front.; (port.).



Reel: 39, No. 672
Clarke, G. Wallingford.

The dreams of Pindus.

Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Carey. 1829

iv, 115 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 464
Clarke, G. Wallingford.

The wreath of the west.

Philadelphia, Carey, Lea and Carey. 1828

iv, 115 p.



Reel: 28, No. 465
Clarke, James Freeman.

Poem, delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa society, Alpha of Mass., on its anniversary, August 27, 1846.

Boston, W. Crosby and H. P. Nichols. 1846

24 p.; 23.5 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 466
Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-1888.

...A discourse on Christian politics.

Boston, Crosby, Nichols & co. 1854

28 p.


Reel: 39, No. 673
Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-1888.

George D. Prentice and Kentucky thirty-five years ago.

June 1870

In Old and New,; p. 739-744.; 24 cm.



Reel: 39, No. 674
Clarke, Katherine A.

Lyrical echoes.

Toronto, W. Briggs. 1899

vii, 9-157 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 39, No. 675
Clarke, Martha J.

The child's first catechism, in verse.

Providence, Sidney S. Rider & Bro. 1864

2 ed.; 18 p.



Reel: 39, No. 675
Clarke, Martha J., Mrs.

The child's first catechism, in verse; designed for Sunday schools.

Providence, B. Cranston & Co. 1840

[Anon.]; 18 p.



Reel: 28, No. 467
Clarke, Mary Bayard (Devereux), 1827-1886.

Mosses from a rolling stone; or, Idle moments of a busy woman.

Raleigh, N.C., W.B. Smith & company. 1866

By Tenella [pseud.]--; viii, [9]-168, 7 p.; 14.5 cm.; 7 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 39, No. 677
Clarke, Mary Cowden, 1809-1898.

The song of Drop o' Wather.

London, New York, G. Routledge & co. 1856

By Harry Wandsworth Shortfellow (pseud.); [5], 8-120 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 39, No. 679
[Clarke, Mary Cowden] 1809-1898.

Parod-oxical!- A psalm of life.

Pittsfield, Mass. July 9, 1851

What the heart of the young woman said to the old maid...; In The Berkshire mutual health reporter.; Vol. 2, no. 1.; p. [2].; 42 cm.



Reel: 39, No. 678
[Clarke, McDonald].

Afara.


New York. 1829

Or, the belles of Broadway.; 2 v. in 1.



Reel: 28, No. 469
Clarke, McDonald.

Death in disguise; a temperance poem.

Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1833

From the mss. of Mr. McDonald Clarke.; 1 p.l., [5]-36 p.; 16.5 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 471
Clarke, McDonald.

The elixir of moonshine; being a collection of prose and poetry, by the mad poet.

Gotham [New York] Printed at the sentimental epicures ordinary, A.M. 5822. [1822]

A great proportion of which has never before been published...; 150 p.; front (port.); 14.5 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 472
Clarke, McDonald.

The gossip; or, A laugh with the ladies, a grin at the gentlemen, and burlesques on Byron, a sentimental satire; with other poems: in a series of numbers.

New York, Printed by Gray & Bunce. Oct. 22, 1823

No 1.; 223, [3] p.; front. (port.); 15.5 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 473
Clarke, McDonald.

Sketches.

New York. August 1, 1826

Part II...; 36 p.; 13 cm.; [Binder's title: Macdonald Clarke. Feb. 14. 1827].



Reel: 28, No. 477
Clarke, McDonald, 1798-1842.

A cross and coronet!.

[New York], Le Blanc, Publisher. 1842

12 p.


Reel: 28, No. 470
Clarke, McDonald, 1798-1842.

The gossip.

1824

No. 2 (May 13, 1824) 2ed.,; 32, [4] p.; 14 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 474
Clarke, McDonald, 1798-1842.

Poems of M'Donald Clarke.

New York, J.W. Bell. 1836

vi, [7]-288 p.; front. (port.); 18.5 cm.



Reel: 28, No. 475

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