xii, 311 p.; 19 cm.; "Publisher's preface", containing a biographical sketch of the author, signed: George W. Nolley.; For authorship see letter from G.M. Nolley in file: Painter's Poets of Virginia, p. 130: and Mrs. M.T. Hardy's Female writers of the South, p. 414.
Reel: 24, No. 632 An Elegy, on the death of Mrs. Ann Belding, late wife of the Reverend Mr. Joshua Belding, of Newington, who died October 29, 1773.
Hartford, Printed by Eben. Watson. 1774
Humbly inscribed to him by a youth of his parish.; 8 p.
Reel: 24, No. 641 An Elegy, on the much lamented death of his excellency Sir Henry Moore, Baronet, Captain General, and Governor in chief in and over the province of New-York, and the territories depending thereon in America, Chancellor and Vice-Admiral of the same; who departed this life in Fort George, on Monday the 11th of September, 1769.
[N.Y.?, Printed by Hugh Gaine?].
Reel: 24, No. 646 Elemjay, Louise.
Censoria lictoria; or, Squibs and etceteras.
New York, J.F. Trow, printer. 1857
From the notes and minutes of Miss Betsey Trotwood's official tour, under the Frank Pierce dynasty.; 2d ed.; 142 p.; 19 cm.; Prose and poetry.
Reel: 58, No. 1042 Elemjay, Louise.
Letters and miscellanies in prose, rhyme, and blank verse.
2d ed.; , iii-278,  p.; 19.5 cm.; 14 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 59, No. 1043 Eliot, William Greenleaf, 1811-1887.
The discipline of sorrow.
Boston, American Unitarian Association. 1867
6th ed.; viii, -106 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.
Reel: 59, No. 1044 Eliza, [pseud.].
The old elm and the fountain on Boston Common.
Boston, R.F. Foster. 1853
12 p.; Half-title.
Reel: 59, No. 1045 Eliza, the child that grew in grace.
Hartford, H.S. Parsons. 1843
Written by a lady: and published as an offering to the children of the parish of St. John's Hartford, by request of the rector.; 53 p.; 15 cm.
Reel: 44, No. 730 Elkins, Hervey.
Fifteen years in the senior order of Shakers: a narration of facts, concerning that singular people.
Hanover, [N.H.], Dartmouth press. 1853
136 p.; 23 cm.; "Lines by Charlotte Cushman, suggested by a visit to the Shaker settlement, near Albany, N.Y.": p. -6: "Answer to lines by Charlotte Cushman [by a Shaker girl]: p. -8.
Reel: 59, No. 1046 Ellen Stanley, and other stories.
Boston, Crosby, Nichols, and co. 1854
iv, -180 p.; front.; illus.; 16 cm.; Prose and verse.
Reel: 59, No. 1047 Ellen, pseud.
The minstrel lyre, a collection of metricals.
Philadelphia, Atkinson & Alexander. 1827
162 p.; 14.5 cm.
Reel: 44, No. 731 [Ellenwood, Henry S.].
Letters from Peter Pindar to a friend, relative to the Sunday mail, alias "Epithalamium extraordinary" or marriage between church and state.
New York. 1830
Reel: 44, No. 732 [Ellenwood, Henry S.].
The vagabond, or New looking glass; being an ever lasting magazine of acrostical biography by Peter Pindar, esq.
New York. 1823
Reel: 44, No. 733 Ellet, Elizabeth Fries (Lummis), 1818-1877.
Poems, translated and original.
Philadelphia, Key & Biddle. 1835
3 p.l., [ix]-xi, -229 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 44, No. 734 Elliot, James, 1775-1830.
The poetical and miscellaneous works of James Elliot, citizen of Guilfort, Vermont, and late a noncommissioned officer in the Legion of the United States.
Greenfield, Massachusetts, Printed by Thomas Dickman, for the author. 1798
In four books.; 271,  p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 24, No. 656 Elliot, Mary (Belson).
Gems in the mine; or traits and habits of childhood, in verse.
Lancaster [Mass.] Printed for James R. Buffum, Salem: and H. and G. Carter, and F. and J. Andrews. 1828
104 p.; front., plates.; 14.5 cm.
Reel: 44, No. 735 Elliot, Samuel Hayes, 1809-1869.
Emily Maria; a true narrative.
New York, American tract society. [186-?]
72 p.; front.; 16 cm.
Reel: 59, No. 1050 [Elliot, Samuel] 1777-1845.
[Fayette in prison: or, Misfortunes of the great].
[Worcester, Mass., Printed for the author]. [1802.]
[A modern tragedy. By a gentleman of Massachusetts.]; 40 p.; 21 cm.
Reel: 24, No. 657 Elliott, Charles, 1792-1869.
Origin and progress of missionary enterprise, a poem delivered before the literary societies of Hanover college, August 5, 1851.
Louisville, Hulls & Shannon. 1851
24 p.; 21 cm.
Reel: 59, No. 1048 Elliott, Lucern, pseud.
Gamaille, and other poems.
Jacksonville, Ill., Sentinel book and job printing office. 1867
75,  p.; 17.5 cm.; Title and text within ornamental borders.; Copyrighted by J.R. Bailey.
Reel: 59, No. 1049 Ellis, B. Trapp.
Labrador, a poem, in three parts, written to commemorate the centenary of the Moravian Labrador Mission.
London, London Association in Aid of Moravian Missions. 1870
32 p.; 22 cm.
Reel: 59, No. 1051 Ellis, George Edward, 1814-1894.
Address delivered at the consecration of the Woodlawn Cemetary in Chelsea and Malden, July 2, 1851.
Boston, J. Wilson & son. 1851
Reel: 59, No. 1052 Ellis, George Edward, 1814-1894.
A commemorative discourse delivered in the New South church, Church green, Boston, on Sunday, December 25, 1864, on the fiftieth anniversary of its dedication.
Boston, H.W. Dutton. 1865
42,  p.; illus.; 23.5 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 59, No. 1053 Ellis, George W.
A poem on the awful catastrophe on board the U.S. steam frigate Princeton.
Boston, Printed by A.J. Wright. 1844
Together with a full description of the terrible calamity, the proceedings at Washington, and the funeral obsequies.; 72 p.; illus.; 15.5 cm.
Reel: 44, No. 736 Ellis, Jonathan, 1762-1827.
An eulogical poem, on General George Washington, who died at his seat at Mount-Vernon, December 14, 1799.
Portland [Me.], Printed by Elezer A. Jenks. 
Pronounced at Topsham, February 22d, 1800. The day assigned by authority for the citizens of the United States to testify their grief for his death. (Published at the request of the bearers.); 24 p.; 19.4 cm.
Reel: 24, No. 658 Ellis, Rufus, 1819-1885.
Remarks of the Rev. Rufus Ellis at the funeral of the late Miss Mary A. Osgood.
[Boston, A.W. Locke & co.]. 
Reel: 59, No. 1054 Ellis, Theodore Waterbury.
Poetic fillings on the warp of trade.
New York, G.F. Nesbitt. 1851
120 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 59, No. 1055 Ellis, William R.
A brief narrative of the religious experience of Dr. William R. Ellis, together with poems, composed on different subjects.
Reel: 24, No. 659 An Elogy [!] on the death of Mr. Nathaniel Burt, Deacon of the Church of Christ at Longmeadow, and Lieutenant in his majesty's service; who was killed in the memorable battle at Lake George, Sept. 8, 1755, in the 45th year of his age.
Reel: 24, No. 660 Elwyn, John.
[Portsmouth, N.H.]. [c1844]
316 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 44, No. 738 Ely, Joseph Allen, b. 1846.
The well at Bethlehem's gates.
Rochester, Benton & Andrews. 1870
A poem... class of 1866.; p. -44.
Reel: 59, No. 1057 Embury, Emma Catherine (Manley), Mrs., 1806-1863.
New York, J.C. Riker. 1846
128 p.; 11.5 cm.
Reel: 45, No. 740 [Embury, Emma Catherine (Manley), Mrs.] 1806-1863.
Guido, a tale; sketches from history, and other poems.
New York, G. & C. Carvill. 1828
By Ianthe [pseud.]...; iv, 200 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 45, No. 739 Embury, Emma Catherine (Manly), 1806-1863.
The poems of Emma C. Embury.
New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1869
1st collected ed.; xiii, 368 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 59, No. 1058 Emerson, Ellen Russell, 1837-1907.
Col. William Emmons... 11 ed.; 144 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.
Reel: 60, No. 1073 [Emmons, Richard] b. 1788.
The battle of Bunker Hill, or the temple of liberty; an historical poem in four cantos.
Col. William Emmons, proprietor... 10 ed.; 144 p.
Reel: 60, No. 1072 [Emmons, Richard] b. 1788.
The battle of Bunker Hill, or, The temple of liberty; an historic poem in four cantos.
Col. William Emmons. Proprietor... 10th ed.; 144 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.
Reel: 60, No. 1071 [Emmons, Richard] b. 1788.
An epick poem in commemoration of Gen. Andrew Jackson's victory of the eighth of January, 1815.
Boston, Pub. for the author, by W. Emmons. 1827
33 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 45, No. 754 [Emmons, William].
Battle of the Thames; or, The death of Tecumseh; being an authentic and historic poem.
, -166,  p.
Reel: 48, No. 763 Emmons, William, b. 1792.
Oration and poem, delivered July 4, 1826, being the fiftieth anniversary of American independence.
Boston, The author. 1826
16 p.; 23.5 cm.
Reel: 48, No. 760 The Empty sleeve; or, Soldier's appeal.
Boston, G.W. Thomas. [1870?]
[February 1, 1870]; 16 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 60, No. 1074 England in rhyme: or, History for the young of the kings and queens of England.
New York, Carleton. 1862
iv, xxxvi p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 60, No. 1075 Engle, Robert R.
Dew drops on the desert of life.
Dayton, Ohio, "Telescope" Book and Job Rooms. 1868
182 p.; 20 cm.; Prose and poetry.
Reel: 60, No. 1076 English, Thomas Dunn, 1819-1902.
Zephaniah Doolittle; a poem.
Philadelphia, Printed by C. Alexander. 1838
From the manuscripts of Montmorency Sneerlip Snags, esq. 2d ed.; 24 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 48, No. 764 Ephemera or The history of cockney dandies, a poem in one canto.
Thomas Town, printer. 1819
By Blumblery Buzz, esq., professor of fashions in the old school. Philadelphia, Published by Robert Desilver, no. 110, Walnut street.; 22 p.; Imperfect: Lacks pp. 17-20.
Reel: 24, No. 665 An Epistle from Edward, an American prisoner in England, to Harriet in America.
London, Printed for Fielding and Walker, Pater-noster Row; and sold by Mr. Breadewer, Portsmouth; and Mr. Maurice, Plymouth Dock. 1779
1 p.l., 9 p.
Reel: 24, No. 666 Epistle to a member of the General Court of Massachusetts for 1809.
32 p.; 24 cm.
Reel: 24, No. 668 An Epistle to Alexander Pope, esq; from South Carolina.
London, Printed for J. Brindley, bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, at the King's Arms in New Bond street; and C. Corbett, at Addison's Head, over against St. Dunston's church, Fleet street. 1737