American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index



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Reel: 63, No. 1164
[Freeman, Nathaniel Chapman].

Oman of Glenaldon: a tale.

Philadelphia, King & Baird. 1863

And the Mermaid: a tale.; 17, [4], 6-20 p.



Reel: 64, No. 1165
[Freeman, Nathaniel Chapman].

Parnassus in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia. 1854

A satire, by Peter Pindar, jr. (pseud.); 58 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 64, No. 1166
Freeman, Nathaniel Chapman.

The twilight dream and moments of solitude.

Philadelphia, Lindsey & Blakiston.

141 p.


Reel: 64, No. 1167
The Freemason's annual: a gift for all seasons.

New York, Leavitt & Allen. [n.d.]

viii, [2], [9]-263 p.

Reel: 54, No. 883.1
Freemasons. Connecticut. Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons.

Proceedings of the Grand chapter of Royal Arch Masons.. at the annual convocation.

West Hartford, Printed by Companion William Storer. 1865

38 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 64, No. 1169
Freese, Jacob R., 1826-1885.

... Jesus, a Biblical and poetical biography.

Philadelphia. [1852]

To which are added ... a few miscellaneous poems...; 96 p.; front.; 18 cm.; At head of title: "The Christian gift book.".



Reel: 64, No. 1170
Freiligrath, Ferdinand, 1810-1876.

Ferdinand Freiligrath's sämmtliche Werke.

New York, Friedrich Gerhard. 1858

Vollständige.original-ausgabe. Bierter Band.; 326, iv p.; 20 cm.; Includes German translation of Lonfellow's Excelsior, and others of his selected poems.



Reel: 64, No. 1171
Freligh, John Simmons, 1804-1856.

Poems.


St. Louis, Printed by Charles & Hammond. 1852

163 p.; 16.5 cm.



Reel: 64, No. 1172
French, Benjamin Brown, 1800-1870.

"The changes of earth", a poem.

[Washington]. [1845?]

delivered before the Capitol Hill institute, in the city of Washington.; 15 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 54, No. 885
French, Francis Ormond, 1837-1893.

Class poem: Harvard college [We award college.].

Printed for private distribution, New York, R. MaCoy. 1857

30 p.; 22.5 cm.



Reel: 64, No. 1173
French, L. Virginia (Smith), 1825-1881.

Wind-whispers; a collection of poems.

Nashville, Tenn., The author. 1856

xii, [13]-272 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 64, No. 1174
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

The American village, a poem.

New-York, Printed by S. Inslee and A. Car, on Moor's wharf. 1772

To which are added several other original pieces in verse.; 1 p.l., 27, [1] p.; With mss. notes.



Reel: 30, No. 777
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

A collection of poems on American affairs and a variety of other subjects, chiefly moral and political; written between the year 1797 and the present time.

New York, Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakespeare Gallery. 1815

2 v. in 1. 14 cm.



Reel: 30, No. 779
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

The expedition of Timothy Taurus, astrologer, to the Falls of Passaick River, in New Jersey.

[n.p.]. 1809

Written soon after an excursion to the village at that place in August 1775, under the character of Timothy Taurus, a student in astrology; and formerly printed in New York.; (In his Poems on several occasions.; p. 167-178).



Reel: 30, No. 780
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

A laughable poem; or Robert Slender's journey from Philadelphia to New York, by way of Burlington and South Amboy.

Philadelphia, Printed for Thomas Neversink. December 20, 1809

[the] author of poems written during the American revolutionary war, and lately published in this city by Lydia R. Bailey, in two volumes, duodecimo.; 24 p.



Reel: 30, No. 785
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

Mac Swiggin; a satire.

[n.p.]. [n.d.]

Written 1775.; (In his Poems. Philadelphia, 1786, p. 95-100).



Reel: 30, No. 787
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

The miscellaneous works of Mr. Philip Freneau, containing his essays and additional poems.

Philadelphia, Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's head, in Market street. 1788

429 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 30, No. 790
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

On the conqueror of America shut up in Boston.

New York. Published in August 1775

(In his Poems. Philadelphia, 1786, p. 85-86).



Reel: 30, No. 800
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

The poems of Philip Freneau.

Philadelphia, Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's head in Market street. 1786

Written chiefly during the late war.; viii, 407 p.



Reel: 31, No. 802
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

Poems on various subjects, but chiefly illustrative of the events and actors in the American war of independence.

London, J.R. Smith. 1861

Reprinted from the rare edition printed at Philadelphia in 1786. With a preface.; xxii, 362 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 64, No. 1175
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

Poems relating to the American revolution.

New York, W.J. Widdleton. 1865

With an introductory memoir and notes by Evert A. Duyckinck.; [3], vi-xxxviii, 288 p.; front. (port.), facsim. 21 cm.; Half-title.; "'One hundred copies' were printed on large paper, royal octavo size."--Paltsits, Bibl. of ... Freneau, 1903, p. 88.



Reel: 64, No. 1176
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

Poems written and published during the American revolutionary war, and now republished from the original manuscripts; interspersed with translations from the ancients, and other pieces not heretofore in print.

Philadelphia, From the press of Lydia R. Bailey, no. 10, North Alley. 1809

3d ed., in 2 v.; 2 v.; illus. (port.); 18 cm.



Reel: 31, No. 803
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

Poems written between the years 1768 & 1794.

Monmouth, N.J., Printed at the press of the author at Mount-Pleasant, near Middletown-Point. 1795

new ed. rev. & corr.; 2 p.l., [ix]-xv, 455, [1] p.



Reel: 31, No. 804
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.

Poems written between the years 1768 and 1794.

Monmouth [N.J.] Printed at the press of the author, at Mount Pleasant, near Middletown Point. 1795

A new ed., rev. and cor. by the author; including a considerable number of pieces never before published.; and of American Independence.; 2 p.l., [1], x-xv, [1], 455, [1] p.



Reel: 30, No. 799
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

American independence, an everlasting deliverance from British tyranny.

Philadelphia, Printed by Robert Bell, in Third street. 1778

A poem, by Philip F-----, author of The American village, Voyage to Boston, etc.; 1 p.l., [115]-126, [2] p.; 21 cm.; Excerpt from Murray, James. The travels of the imagination; a true journey from Newcastle to London ... Philadelphia, R. Bell, 1778.



Reel: 30, No. 775
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

American liberty, a poem.

New-York, Printed by J. Anderson, at Beekman Slip. 1775

12 p.; 20.5 cm.; With mss. notes and corrections.



Reel: 30, No. 776
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

The British prison-ship: A poem, in four cantoes.

Philadelphia, Printed by F. Bailey, Market street. 1781

Viz. canto 1. The capture, 2. The prison-ship, 3. The prison-ship, continued, 4. The hospital-prison-ship. To which is added, A poem on the death of Capt. N. Biddle, who was blown up in an engagement with the Yarmouth near Barbadoes.; 23 p.



Reel: 30, No. 778
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

A journey from Philadelphia to New York, by way of Burlington and South Amboy.

Philadelphia, Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's head in Market street. 1787

By Robert Slender, stocking weaver. Extracted from the author's journals.; 28 p.



Reel: 30, No. 783
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

Means for the preservation of public liberty.

New York, Printed at the Argus office, for Thomas Greenleaf and Naphtali Judah. 1797

An oration delivered in the New Dutch Church, on the fourth of July, 1797. Being the twenty-first anniversary of our independence. By G. J. Warner.; 1 p.l., 22 p.; Contains on pp. 20-21, "Ode (composed for the occasion, by P. Freneau.) The Musick performed by the Uranian Musical society.".



Reel: 30, No. 788
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

A poem on the rising glory of America; being an exercise delivered at the public commencement at Nassau hall, September 25, 1771.

Philadelphia, Printed by Joseph Crukshank, for R. Aitken, bookseller, opposite the London coffee house in Front street. 1772

27, [1] p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 30, No. 801
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

Poems on Megara and Altavola.

Philadelphia. 1809

To a female satirist (an English actress) on receiving from her No. 1 of a very satirical and biting attack.; (In Poems written and published during the American revolution... Vol. II, p. 30-34); Caption title.



Reel: 30, No. 789
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

The present situation of affairs in North America.

[Philadelphia, B. Towne]. [1775]

A poem.; 8 p.; 19 cm.; Caption title.



Reel: 31, No. 805
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

The village merchant.

Philadelphia, Printed by Hoff and Derrick. 1794

A poem. To which is added The country printer.; 16 p.



Reel: 31, No. 810
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.

A voyage to Boston.

Philadelphia, sold by William Woodhouse, in Font street. 1775

A poem. By the author of American liberty, a poem: General Gage's soliloquy, &c.; 24 p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 31, No. 811
The Friar and the boy. Jack the piper, or The pleasant pastime of a fryar and boy.

New York, printed by D.J. Dunn. 1831

[2nd ed.]; 23 p.

Reel: 54, No. 886
Friendships echo, being a collection of verses by H.J.K.

Baltimore, J.F. Weishampel Jr. 1853

59 p.

Reel: 64, No. 1177
Friendship's offering, a collection of fragments from an author's portfolio.

Charleston, S. Carolina, J. & D. Phynney. 1852

32 p.; 15 cm.; The name "Parisot" has been penciled in as possible author.

Reel: 64, No. 1178
Frisbie, Fannie.

The bridal bouquet.

New York, J.Q Preble. [c1855]

96 p.; 8 cm.



Reel: 64, No. 1179
Frisbie, Levi, 1748-1806.

A collection of the miscellaneous writings of Professor Frisbie, with some notices of his life and character, by Andrews Norton.

Boston, Cummings. 1823

235 p.; 25 cm.



Reel: 54, No. 888
[Frost, A.].

Summary of the Holy Bible in rhyme.

[Burlington, H.J.]. [1848]

[and other manuscript poems. Written at Burlington College, Burlington, N.J., 1848, for John Lathrop of Boston, Mass.]; [5] p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 54, No. 889
[Frost, John] 1800-1859.

Robert Ramble's [pseud.] scenes in the country.

Boston, William H. Hill, Jr., & co. [186-?]

[3], 5-93 p.; illus., incl. front., plates.; 15 cm.



Reel: 64, No. 1180
Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon, 1793-1870.

Bible educating the human race, a sermon preached at the ordination of Mr. Edgar Buckingham.

Boston, Printed by J.T. Buckingham. 1836

31 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 54, No. 890
Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon, 1793-1870.

Metrical pieces, translated and original.

Boston, Crosby, Nichols & co. 1855

xii, 363 p.



Reel: 64, No. 1181
Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon, 1793-1870.

Metrical pieces, translated and original.

Boston, Roberts Brothers. 1870

Part second.; viii, 276 p.; 18 cm.; Author's autographed presentation copy.



Reel: 64, No. 1182
Fulkerson, Abram.

Howard Hynes; or, The enthusiast of nature, and other poems.

Louisville, Hulls & Shannon. 1851

192 p.


Reel: 64, No. 1183
Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815.

Dialogues, letters and essays, on various subjects.

Hartford, Published by Oliver D. Cooke; J. Seymour, printer, New York. 1810

To which is annexed, An essay on truth; containing an inquiry into its nature and importance; with the causes of error, and the reasons of its being permitted.; 1 p.l., 258 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 31, No. 813
[Fuller, Hiram] 1814?-1880.

Belle Brittan on a tour, at Newport, and here and there.

New York, Derby & Jackson. 1858

xii, [13]-359 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 65, No. 1184
Fuller, Jane Gay.

The Brownings: a tale of the great rebellion [and Lucy Lee; or, All things for Christ].

New York, M.W. Dodd. 1867

[3], 10-310 pp.; plate; 17 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 65, No. 1185
Fuller, Richard Frederick, 1821-1869.

Visions in verse; or, Dreams of creation and redemption.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1864

282 p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 65, No. 1186
Fullerton, Eleanor.

Original poetry, by Violet Fuller.

London, Sampson Low, son, & Morston. 1870

[4], 64 p.



Reel: 65, No. 1187
Fulton, J.A.

Lines on the occasion of the fifty-ninth anniversary of the Amicable Fire Society.

Cambridge [Mass.]. 1869

Printed by request of the Society.; 52 p.; With this is bound his: Lines on the occasion of the separation of the jurymen ... Boston, 1874.



Reel: 65, No. 1188
A Funeral elegy on the revd.and renowned George Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntington.

Boston, Printed and sold at the printing office in Milk street. 1770

broadside.

Reel: 31, No. 816
A Funeral elegy, occasioned by the tragedy, at Salem near Boston, on Thursday afternoon, the 17th of June 1773, at which time the 10 following persons.

[Boston]. [1773]

were drowned having been out on a party of pleasure...; broadside.

Reel: 31, No. 815
Funny stories; or, The American jester.

New York, Published by Evert Duyckinck, 102 Pearl street. 1814

Being a companion for a merry good fellow. Containing stories, funny anecdotes, wise sayings, smart repartee, etc.; 108 p.; 14 cm.

Reel: 32, No. 817
Furman, Garrit.

The Maspeth poems.

New York. 1837

128 p.; por. 8 pl.



Reel: 54, No. 892
Furman, Garrit.

Rural hours.

[Maspeth]. [1824]

A poem.; 70 p.



Reel: 54, No. 893
Furman, Richard, 1816-1886.

The pleasures of piety and other poems.

Charleston, S.C., S.G. Courtenay & co. 1859

viii, [9]-220 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 65, No. 1189
[Furniss, William] 1820-1882.

Swallows on the wing o'er garden springs of delight; a medley of prose and verse.

New York, M. Doolady. 1866

By Will De Grasse [pseud.]; 81, [15] p.; front.; 18 cm.; 15 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 65, No. 1190
Future life of the good.

Boston. 1839

108 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 54, No. 894
G., W.

A brief narrative, or poem, giving an account of the hostile action of some pagan indians towards Lieut.

Newburyport, from a reprint by I. Thomas and H.W. Tinges, Printed by W. & J. Gilman. 1834

Jacob Tilton and his brother Daniel Tilton, both of the town of Ipswich, as they were on board a small vessel at the eastward: which happened in the summer-time, in the year 1722. With an account of the valiant exploits of the said Tiltons, and their victorious conquest over their insulting enemies.; broadside.



Reel: 32, No. 819
G., W.

A brief narrative, or poem, giving an account of the hostile actions of some pagan indians towards Lieutenant Jacob Tilton and his brother Daniel Tilton, both of Ipswich as they were on board of a small vessel at the east-ward; which happened.

[Newburyport, 1774] from a reprint by I. Thomas and H.W. Tinges, printed by W. & J. Gilman, no. 9, State street, Boston, Printed by Robert Wier. June 1834; March 1852

in...1722.; broadside.



Reel: 32, No. 818
Gage, Frances Dana (Barker), 1808-1884.

Poems.


Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1867

viii, 9-252 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.



Reel: 65, No. 1191
Gage, William Leonard, 1832-1889.

Verses.


New York, Hurd & Houghton. 1870

36 p.; 21.5 cm.



Reel: 65, No. 1192
Gaiamaz, Yasef Ebn.

The story of the young and beautiful Caremsil: a poem.

Philadelphia. 1833

58 p.


Reel: 54, No. 895
Gaillard, William, b. 1807.

Poems and religious experience; with an elaborate sketch of the life and writings, of John Locke, of England.

Cincinnati, The author, [etc.,etc.]. [1860?]

[6], 120, 22 p.; fronts.; 16 cm.; 3 pages of publisher's notices at beginning of book.



Reel: 65, No. 1193
Gallagher, William Davis, 1808-1894.

Address and poem before the Philalathean society of Hanover college, Indiana.

Cincinnati, Printed by L'Hommedieu & co. 1846

August 17, 1846...; 39 p.



Reel: 55, No. 898
Gallagher, William Davis, 1808-1894.

Erato, no. I.

Cincinnati, Published by Josiah Drake. 1835

36 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 54, No. 896
Gallagher, William Davis, 1808-1894.

Erato, no. II.

Cincinnati, Alexander Flash. 1835

60 p.


Reel: 54, No. 897
Gallaher, James, 1792-1853.

The pilgrimage of Adam and David; with sketches of their heavenly employment.

Cincinnati, Derby, Bradley & co. 1846

A Bible allegory.; 4th ed.; xi, [1], [13]-420 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 55, No. 899
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.

The child's book on the soul.

Hartford, Belknap & Hamersley. 1836

Two parts in one...; 5th ed., with questions.; 2 v. in 1.; plates.; 14 cm.



Reel: 55, No. 901
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.

The child's book on the soul.

New York, American tract society. [1836]

Two parts in one.; 2 p.l., [3]-155 p.; front., plates.



Reel: 55, No. 902
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.

The practical spelling-book, with reading lessons.

Hartford, Belknap and Hamersly. [c1840]

By T. H. Gallaudet and Horace Hooker.; viii, 9-166 p.; illus.; 19 cm.



Reel: 55, No. 903
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.

The practical spelling-book, with reading lessons.

Hartford, Conn., W.J. Hamersley. 1856

By T. H. Gallaudet and Horace Hooker.; 166, [2] p.; illus.; 18 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 65, No. 1194
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.

The youth's book on natural theology; illustrated in familiar dialogues, with numerous engravings.

New-York, The American Tract Society. [1832]

231 p.; illus.; 15.5 cm.



Reel: 55, No. 904
[Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins] 1787-1851.

[The child's book on the soul].

[Hartford, Cook and Co.]. [1832]

Part two. 2d ed.; vi, [9]-158, [4] p.



Reel: 55, No. 900
Gallaudot, Thomas H[opkins, 1787-1851].

A sermon delivered at the opening of the Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons, at the request of the directors, on Sunday evening, April 20th, 1817, in the Brick Church in Hartford.

Hartford, Hudson and Co., printers. 1817

Printed for the benefit of the Asylum.; 15 p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 32, No. 820
Games of Greece; or, The reformation of man!.

Boston. [c1845]

A poem in six cantos, with a prologue and epilogue...; 16 p.; port.; 28 cm.

Reel: 55, No. 905
Ganilh, Anthony.

Odes, and fugitive poetry.

Boston, Printed by W. Smith. 1830

36 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 55, No. 906
Ganilh, Anthony.

Southern liberty, a satire: and other poems.

New York, Published by the author. 1834

70 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 55, No. 907
Gannett, Ezra S., 1801-1871.

A discourse delivered in the meetinghouse on Church green, Boston, on Monday, March 20, 1854, at the funeral of the late Rev. Alexander Young, D.D.

Boston, Crosby, Nichols, and company. 1854

24, 40 p.; 23.5 cm.



Reel: 65, No. 1195
[Gannett, Ezra Stiles] 1801-1871.

Address and discourse after the death of Rev. W. E. Channing, D.D.

Boston, W. Crosby. 1842

41, 32 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 55, No. 908
Ganyard, A.O.

The talisman of battle and other poems.

Rochester, New York, W.S. King, printer. 1864

viii, [9]-120 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 65, No. 1196
Garber, C.H.

The seeker; or, The exiled spirit, and other poems.

Philadelphia, U.S. job printing office. 1845

154 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 55, No. 909
Gardette, Charles Desmarais.

The fire-fiend and other poems.

New York, Bunce and Huntington. 1866

104 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 65, No. 1197
Gardette, Charles Desmarais.

The whole truth in the question of "The Fire Fiend," between Dr. R. Shelton Mackenzie and C.D. Gardette, briefly stated by the latter.

Philadelphia, Sherman & co. 1864

pp. 24.


Reel: 65, No. 1198
[Gardiner, John Sylvester John] 1765-1830.

An epistle to Zenas.

Boston, Printed by Peter Edes. [1786?]

1 p.l., ii, [1], 6-15, [2] p.



Reel: 32, No. 822
[Gardiner, John Sylvester John] 1765-1830.

Remarks on the Jacobinead; revised and corrected by the author; and embillished with carricatures [!] Part first.

Boston, E. W. Weld and W. Greenough, sold at their printing office, no. 42, Cornhill, and by the booksellers. 1795

54 p.; illus.; 17.9 cm.



Reel: 32, No. 823
[Gardiner, John Sylvester John] 1765-1830.

Remarks on the Jacobiniad: revised and corrected by the author.

Boston. 1798

Part second...; xi, [2], 10-56 p.



Reel: 32, No. 824
[Gardiner, John] 1737-1793.

The widowed mourner.

[Boston]. [1791?]

[8] p.; 20 cm.; Caption title.; Manuscript presentation note and corrections poem.



Reel: 32, No. 821
Gardiner, Susan H.

The basket of fragments, the employment of leisure hours.

[n.p.] Published by the author; Siegfried & Coates, printers. 1829

165 p.



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