An astronomical diary, or Almanack for the year of our Lord Christ [1760-1762].
Boston, Printed and sold by John Draper, in Cornhill; Richard Draper in Newbury-Street; Green & Russell, and Edes & Gill, in Queen-Street; and Thomas & John Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill. [1759-1761]
Reel: 3, No. 98 Amherst College. Class of 1869.
Class day exercises, Wednewday, June 9, 1869, Amherst college.
Amherst, Mass., Snow, book & job printer. 1869
48 p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.; Contains class day "Poem and Ode.".
Reel: 7, No. 103 Amusing trial, in which a Yankee lawyer rendered a just verdict.
New York, Published at the Office of the Youth's cabinet. 1841
16 p.; illus.; 14 cm.
Reel: 4, No. 71 Anacreon.
Selected odes of Anacreor.
Cambridge, Univ. Press, Hilliard and Metcalf. 1817
Translated into English verse, from the Greek, as published in Dalzel's 'Collectanea minora.' by William Biglow.; 18 p.
Reel: 2, No. 79 The Ancient banner; or, Brief sketches of persons and scenes in the early history of Friends.
Philadelphia, Joseph Kite & Co., printers. 1846
18 p.; 15 cm.
Reel: 4, No. 72 Anderson, Joseph, 1836-1916.
Two victories; a New England idyl.
New York, William M. Franklin. 1867
30 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 7, No. 104 Anderson, Leroy.
Half an hour's amusement at York and Jamestown; preparatory to a narrative of LaFayette's return and reception in Virginia.
Reel: 4, No. 73 Anderson, Mary Eleanor (Roberts), 1840-1916.
The Dorriad [pt. 2 and 3] and The great Slocum dinner; with introductory remarks and annotations.
Providence, S. S. Rider & brother. 1870
53 p.; 20 cm.; "The Dorriad [pt. 1] was first published in Boston, 1842. [The great Slocum dinner] was written by Samuel Ames ... George Rivers ... Thomas A. Jenckes ... William P. Blodget and Henry B. Anthony."-Introd.
Reel: 7, No. 111 [Anthony, Henry Bowen] 1815-1884.
The Dorriad [pt.1] or, The hero of two flights.
Boston, J. Jones. 1842
12 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 4, No. 78 The Anti-slavery alphabet.
16 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 4, No. 82 [Aplin, John].
Verses on Doctor Mayhew's Book of observations on the charter and conduct of the society for the propagation of the Gospel in foreign parts, with notes, critical and explanatory, by a gentleman of Rhode-Island Colony.
Providence, in New-England, Printed and sold by William Goddard, at the sign of Shakespeare's Head. 1763
Reel: 2, No. 89 An Appeal for the influence of woman in behalf of the cause of temperance, by one of its friends.
Portland, Brown Thurston. 1861
34,  p.
Reel: 7, No. 112 Aquillpen.
Strigilis, a rhyme of the railer.
Newburyport, E.D. Green. 1852
, 6-15 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 7, No. 114 Archer, M.A., Mrs.
Hartford, Press of Case, Lockwood & co. 1867
204 p.; ports.; 20 cm.
Reel: 7, No. 115 Archibald, A.K.
Boston, T. Wiley, jr. 1848
iv, -200, viii p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 4, No. 83 The Arctic queen.
62 p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 4, No. 83.1 Arey, Harriet Ellen Grannis, b. 1819.
Household songs, and other poems.
New York, J.C. Derby, etc. 1855
[v], viii-254 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
Reel: 7, No. 116 Aristocracy.
Philadelphia, Printed for the Editor. 1795
An epic poem...; 2 v.; Book first is dated January 5th, 1795; Book second March 26th, 1795.
Reel: 2, No. 90-91 The Aristocrat, and trades union advocate: a colloquial poem.
Boston, Leonard W. Kimball. 1834 [c1834]
by a working woman of Boston.; xiv, , 16-35,  p.
Reel: 4, No. 84 The Arm chair.
2d ed.; 24 p.; 20.5 cm.
Reel: 4, No. 86 The Arm chair.
24 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 4, No. 87 Armenian popular songs translated into English.
Venice, S. Lazarus. 1867
2d ed.; 83,  p.; 22 cm.; English and Armenian text.
Reel: 7, No. 117 Arms, Mary L. (Day), b. 1836.
Incidents in the life of a blind girl.
Baltimore, J. Young. [c1859]
Mary L. Day, a graduate of the Maryland institution for the blind. 5th ed.; iv, -206 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.
Reel: 7, No. 118 Arnell, David Reeve.
Fruit of western life; or, Blanche, and other poems.
Essays at poetry, or A collection of fugitive pieces; with the life of Eugenius Laude Watts.
Philadelphia, T.S. Manning, printer. 1828
1 p.l., [v]-xii, -152,  p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 5, No. 94 Atson, William.
Heart whispers; or, A peep behind the family curtain, interspersed with sketches of a tour through nine southern states.
Philadelphia, H. Cowperthwait & co. 1859
Contained in a series of letters to his wife. By William Atson ...; xvi p., 1 p.l., 27-368 p. 18.5 cm.; "Extracts from 'A book of thoughts and talk'. By William Atson": p. 333-368.
Reel: 10, No. 142 An Attempt to vindicate the American character, being principally a reply to the intemperate animadversions of Thomas More, Esq.
Philadelphia, Published by Benjamin Johnson, T. L. Plowman, printer. 1806
43 p.; 22 cm.
Reel: 3, No. 99 Auctor, Incertus, pseud.
Characters and characteristics of Middlebury college.
22 p.; 14 cm.
Reel: 5, No. 95 [Augustin, John Alcée] 1838-1888.
War flowers, reminiscences of four years' campaigning.
[New Orleans? Hinton, printer]. [c1865]
Respectfully dedicated to the ladies of New Orleans, by F.B.; 103,  p.; 18 cm.; Variant end papers.
Reel: 10, No. 143 Auld, Jedediah Blakeney.
A poetical essay on the first good and the first fair, with salutatory addresses.
New York, Published by the class. 1835
16 p.; 21.5 cm.
Reel: 5, No. 96 "Aunt Fanny's" daughter, pseud.
...Funny little socks, being the fourth book of the series.
New York, Leavitt & Allen. 1863
122 p.; front.; pl.; 16 cm.
Reel: 10, No. 144 Aunt Lely's picture alphabet.
New York, McLoughlin Bros. [18--?]
 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 3, No. 101 Aunt Louisa's London gift book, comprising Nursery songs, Edith and Milly's housekeeping, Life of a doll [and] John Gilpin: with twenty-four pages of illustrations, printed in colours by Kronheim.
London, F. Warne and Co.; New York, Scribner and Co. 1868
Reel: 10, No. 145 Aunt Mary, pseud.
Aunt Mary's multiplication.
Providence, Weeden and Peck. [185-?]
 p.; illus.; 16 cm.
Reel: 5, No. 96.1 Aunt Mary, pseud.
Aunt Mary's nursery rhymes.
New York, Sheldon & Co. [186-?]
 p.; col.; illus.; 18 cm.
Reel: 10, No. 146 Aunt Mary, pseud.
New York, Sheldon, Blakeman & co. 1856
With illustrations,; , 8-94,  p.; 1 page of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 10, No. 147 Aunt Mary, pseud.
The Edinburgh doll, and other tales for children.
Boston, J.P. Jewett & co.,etc. 1854
32 p.; illus.; 22 cm.; Poetry and prose.; Text within line borders.
Reel: 10, No. 148 Aunt Mary, pseud.
Poems for little folks.
Boston, Phillips & Sampson. [c1841]
72 p.; illus., front.; 12 cm.; (Aunt Mary's library for young children v. 2).
With illustrations,; , 8-95 p.; front.,pl.; 15 cm.
Reel: 10, No. 149 Aunt Mary, pseud.
The Tulip, with illustrations.
New York, Sheldon & co. 1859
, 8-96 p.; front., pl.; 17 cm.
Reel: 10, No. 150 Aunt Mary, pseud.
The violets, with illustrations.
New York, Sheldon and co. [c1853]
, 8-96 p.; illus.
Reel: 10, No. 150.1 Aunt Susan, pseud.
Little Susy's six birthdays.
New York, A.D.F. Randolph & co. 1869
First [and second] series.; , 8-96 p.; illus.; 15 cm.; Second series has separate title page.
Reel: 10, No. 151 Aunt Winnie.
The little lost Kitty.
Boston, American tract society. [c1862]
32 p.; 13.5 cm.
Reel: 10, No. 152 Austin, C.H.
The impending crisis: or, Our present position and prospects as a nation considered.
Utica, N.Y., Curtiss & White. 1865
20 p.; 23 cm.; Includes two poems: "The irrepressible conflict", and "Ironical ode".
Reel: 10, No. 153 [Austin, David] 1760-1831.
The dance of Herodias, through the streets of Hartford, on election day, to the tune of The stars of heaven, in the dragon's tail; or, A gentle trip at the heels of the strumpet of Babylon, playing tricks in the attire of the daughters of Zion.
[East Windsor, Ct.] Printed for the author [by Luther Pratt]. 1799
48 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 3, No. 102 Austin, J.J.
The golden age to come: or, The victory of faith, and hope, and love.
Boston, A. Tompkins. 1854
A sacred drama, written for the people.; 124 p.; 12.
Reel: 10, No. 154 Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830.
A funeral oration, on Mr. David Ripley of Windham, a junior sophister in Yale-College, who died June 11th, 1782.
New Haven, Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. 1783
Aetat. 22. Pronounced in the College Chapel July 11th, 1782.; 12 p.
Reel: 3, No. 104 Avery, David, 1787-1875.
A poem on the origin and suppression of the late rebellion.
Narrative of Jonathan Rathbun, with accurate accounts of the capture of Groton fort, the massacre that followed, and the sacking and burning of New London.
Reel: 5, No. 99 Avery, Samuel Putnam, 1822-1904.
The book of 1000 comical stories; an endless repast of fun.
New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. 1859
Appropriately illustrated with 250 comic engravings. By the author of "Mrs. Partington's carpetbag of fun."; 120, vii, -156,  p.; illus.; 18.5 cm.; "Laughing gas: an encyclopedia of wit, wisdom and wind": p. 156 at end.; 10 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 10, No. 157 Avery, Samuel Putnam, 1822-1904.
The harp of a thousand strings; or, Laughter for a lifetime.
New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. [c1858]
Konceived, comp., and konically konkokted by Spavery [pseud.] ... aided, added, and abetted by over 200 kurious kutz, from original designs... The whole engraved by S.P. Avery.; 368, 6,  p.; illus., front.; 20 cm.; Preface signed: S.P.A.; 15 pages of publisher's notices at end.