American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index



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Reel: 86, No. 1548
Hopper, Edward, 1816-1888.

One wife too many; or, Rip Van Bigham.

New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1867

A tale of Tappan Dee.; [5], 8-262 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1549
Hoppin, Augustus, 1828-1896.

Carrot-pomade, with twenty-six illustrations.

New York, J.G. Gregory. 1864

[31] p.; illus.; 23 cm.; Illus. t.-p.



Reel: 86, No. 1550
Horatius Flaccus, Quintus.

The lyric works of Horace, tr. into English verse: to which are added, a number of original poems.

Philadelphia, Printed by Eleazer Oswald, at the Coffee-House. 1786

By a native of America [John Parke] ...; xli, [1], 334, [16] p.; front.; 21 cm.; "Translations from the Greek and Latin with original poems [by John Parke] p. [191]-334.



Reel: 37, No. 981
Horne, A. Greene, pseud.

The new temple of Ceres: With a full and particular account of her wonderful menagerie, and the various beasts (including bulls, John Bulls, and bears).

[New York?], Published with the approbation of the Secretary of the Interior. MDXLIII [i.e. 1853]

incorporating also the "natural history of the Corn Exchange," with emendations to suit the times.; 15 p.; 24 cm.; A poem about the opening of the New York Corn Exchange.



Reel: 86, No. 1551
Horne, George, bp. of Norwich, 1730-1792.

Selection from Bishop Horne's commentary on the Psalms.

Philadelphia, Published by Bradford and Inskeep; New York, T. & G. Palmer, printers. 1812

By Lindley Murray ...; 238 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 37, No. 982
Horner, J.M.

The rights of adopted citizens, and the claims of the "natives", illustrated and set forth.

New York, Printed at the Magnet Office. 1844

24 p.


Reel: 67, No. 1099
[Hornsell, William].

The ice-bound ship, and The dream.

Montreal, H. Rose. 1860

48 p.; 22 cm.; In verse.



Reel: 86, No. 1552
Horrid massacre at Dartmoor prison, England.

[Boston, Circa]. [1815]

Where the unarmed American prisoners of war were wantonly fired upon by the guard, under the command of the prison turnkey, the blood thirsty Shortland ...; broadside.

Reel: 37, No. 983
Horsford, Mary (Gardiner), 1824-1855.

Indian legends and other poems.

New York, J.C. Derby; Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., [etc., etc.]. 1855

[6], viii, 167 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 86, No. 1553
Horton, Francis.

Memorials of Brookfield.

Springfield, Mass., S. Bowles & co., printers. 1868

A poem, delivered at West Brookfield, Massachusetts, October 16, 1867, the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Congregational church.; 20 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1554
Horton, Francis.

A poem delivered at the anniversary of the Brookfield temperance society, January, 1833.

Brookfield [Mass.] E. Merriam and co. 1833

40 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 67, No. 1100
Horton, Mary Lambert.

Poetical and prose compositions.

Salem, W. & S.B. Ives. 1832

2 p.l., iii, 86 p.; 15 cm.



Reel: 67, No. 1102
Horton, Sanford Jackson.

Cain, a poem.

n.d

[12] p.


Reel: 67, No. 1102.1
Horton, Sanford Jackson.

Pastor's offering.

[Providence]. 1847

[8] p.


Reel: 67, No. 1103
[Hoshour, Samuel Klinefelter] 1803-1883.

Letters to Squire Pedant, in the East, by Lorenzo Altisonant [pseud.] an emigrant to the West.

Indianapolis, Printing and publishing house. 1870

For the benefit of the inquisitive young. By a lover of the studious. 4th ed., enlarged and improved...; xiii, [15]-163 p.; 20 cm.; Preface signed: S.K. Hoshour.; Lettered: Altisonant letters.; "Vocabulary of the unusual words contained in The Altisonant letters": p. [77]-163.



Reel: 86, No. 1555
[Hoshour, Samuel Klinefelter] 1803-1883.

Letters to Squire Pedant, in the East, by Lorenzo Altisonant [pseud.], an emigrant to the West.

Cincinnati, Applegate & co. 1856

For the benefit of the inquisitive young. By a lover of the studious. Second edition, enlarged and improved...; 120, [16] p.; Preface signed: S.K. Hoshour.; Lettered: Altisonant letters.; "Vocabulary of the unusual words contained in the Altisonant letters": p. 55-120.; 16 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 86, No. 1556
Hoskin, A.A.

Flowers and leaves.

Chicago, Clarke & co. 1867

ix, 1 l., 13-186 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.; Poems.; Author's autographed presentation copy.



Reel: 86, No. 1557
Hosmer, Burr Griswold.

Poems.


Cambridge, Riverside press. 1868

vi, 1 l., 171 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 87, No. 1558
Hosmer, George Washington, 1804-1881.

A leader and a judge amoung the pioneers; an address delivered at the funeral of Nathaniel Fillmore, esq., of Aurora, Erie County, New York, on Tuesday, March 31, 1863.

Buffalo, Franklin Steam Printing House. 1863

[4], 6-14 p.; 22 cm.; Cover-title.; Includes a poem: I saw an aged man upon his bier.



Reel: 87, No. 1559
Hosmer, Harriet Goodhus.

Boston and Boston people in 1850.

Boston. 1850

[Anon.]; 45 p.



Reel: 67, No. 1104
Hosmer, William Howe Cuyler, 1814-1877.

The months.

Boston, W.D. Ticknor & company. 1847

vi, 71, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 67, No. 1105
Hosmer, William Howe Cuyler, 1814-1877.

The poetical works of William H.C. Hosmer.

New York, Redfield. 1854

2 v.; front. (v. 1: port.); 18 cm.



Reel: 87, No. 1560
Hosmer, William Howe Cuyler, 1814-1877.

The prospects of the age.

Burlington, C. Goodrich. 1841

A poem, delivered before the literary societies of the university of Vermont, at Burlington, August 3, 1841...; 19 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 67, No. 1106
Hosmer, William Howe Cuyler, 1814-1877.

Themes of song: a poem, read before the Amphictyon association, of the Genesee Wesleyan seminary, at the annual exhibition of that institution, September 30th, 1842.

Rochester, Printed by W. Alling. 1842

34 p.; 21.5 cm.



Reel: 68, No. 1107
Hospital Jack.

Boston. [18--]

[A poem.]; 23 p.; Vignette.; Printed on one side of the leaf only.

Reel: 87, No. 1561
[Hough, E.H., Mrs.].

Opening Buds: a collection of poems.

Xenia, Ohio, Nichols & Fairchild. 1858

By Eva Evergreen.; 240 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 87, No. 1562
[Houk, Eliza Phillips (Thruston)] b. 1833.

Puritan.


Cincinnati, Printed by R. Clarke & company. 1868

A poem in seven cantos.; 94 p.; 21 cm.; Half-title.



Reel: 87, No. 1563
Hours of childhood and other poems.

Montreal, Published by A. Bowman. August, 1820

1 p.l., 94 p.

Reel: 37, No. 985
The Hours of evening.

Springfield, Ill., Weber & Smith, Printers. 1862

A collection of poems, new and original.; 60 p.; 15 cm.

Reel: 87, No. 1564
The House of wisdom in a bustle; a poem descriptive of the noted battle, lately fought in C-ng-ss.

Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1798

By Geoffry Touchstone.; 27 p.

Reel: 37, No. 986
The House on the hill; or, Stories for Charlie and Alice by their Mother.

New York, Anson D.F. Randolph. 1867

78 p.; front. pl.; 20 cm.; Foreword signed: "S.E.H.".

Reel: 87, No. 1565
[Hovey, Ebenezer] b. 1726.

The true ministers and the false ones.

[n.p.] Printed for the purchasers. Dec. 1801

20, 12 p.; 18 cm.; "Verses, &c. ... written by Mr. Timothy Dutton, of Northfields.": 12 p. at end.



Reel: 37, No. 987
Howard, Martin Stoddard, b. 1830.

A sermon preached in the Parish meeting house, Groveland, June 25, 1865, on the return of the soldiers from the war.

New Bedford [Mass.] E. Anthony & sons, printers. 1865

16, 11, [1], 6, 3, 3 p.; 22.5 cm.; Cover-title: Words of welcome.; The sermon and the Address of welcome and the Response have separate title-pages.; Response to the Address of welcome by E.B. George.



Reel: 87, No. 1566
Howe, Julia (Ward), 1819-1910.

Later lyrics.

Boston, J.E. Tilton & company. 1866

vi p., 7-326 p.; 19 cm.; Variant bindings.



Reel: 87, No. 1567
Howe, Julia (Ward), 1819-1910.

Leonore; or, The world's own, a tragedy, in five acts.

New York, Baker & Godwin. 1857

63 p.; 22.5 cm.; (Stuart's repertory of original American plays, no. 1.).



Reel: 87, No. 1568
Howe, Julia (Ward), 1819-1910.

Words for the hour.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1857

By the author of "Passion-flowers".; iv, [5]-165 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 87, No. 1571
Howe, Julia (Ward), 1819-1910.

The world's own.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1857

[2], 5-141, [4], 2-11, [1] p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.; Appended (11, [1] p.): New books ... published by Ticknor and Fields.; 12 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 88, No. 1572
[Howe, Julia (Ward)] 1819-1910.

Passion-flowers.

Boston, Ticknor, Reed and Fields. 1854

iv, 187, [8] p.; 19 cm.; (With 8 p. of advertisement at end, dated, November 1853).



Reel: 87, No. 1569
[Howe, Julia (Ward)] 1819-1910.

Passion-flowers.

Boston, Ticknor, Reed and Fields. 1854

iv, 186, [8] p.; 18 cm.; "Second edition."; 8 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 87, No. 1570
Howe, Solomon, 1750-1835.

Columbia triumphant.

Greenwich [Mass.] Printed and sold. [n.d.]

A poem on the independence of the United States, designed to perpetuate the memory of that glorious event. Copyright secured.; 16 p.



Reel: 37, No. 988
Howe, Solomon, 1750-1835.

Divine hymns on the sufferings of Christ, for the use of religious assemblies and private Christians.

Greenwich, Mass., Printed by John Howe for the author. 1805

Copyright secured.; 96 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 37, No. 989
Howe, Solomon, 1750-1835.

The young gentleman and lady's pleasant companion.

Greenwich, Printed for the author. 1804

Containing a number of poems on natural, moral & divine subjects, entirely new.; 32 p.; Cover title.



Reel: 37, No. 991
[Howe, William Wirt] 1833-1909.

The Pasha papers.

New York, C. Scribner; London, S. Low, son & co. 1859

Epistles of Mohammed Pasha, rear admiral of the Turkish navy [pseud.] written from New York to his friend Abel Ben Hassen. Translated into Anglo-American from the original manuscripts. To which are added sundry other letters, critical and explanatory ...; [4], 7-312 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.; A satire on American society.



Reel: 88, No. 1573
Howell, Elizabeth (Lloyd), 1811-1896.

[Album of original poetry in autograph and newspaper clippings of the published and unpublished poems of Elizabeth Lloyd, 1839-1861].

[Philadelphia]. [n.d.]

Unpaged.; 20 cm.



Reel: 67, No. 1106.1
Howell, Elizabeth (Lloyd), Mrs., 1811-1896.

An appeal for the bondswoman to her own sex.

Philadelphia: Merrihew and Thompson, printers. 1846

36 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 68, No. 1109
Howell, John Edward.

Pocahontas.

New York, The author. 1869

[2], 8, [3], 10-185 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 88, No. 1574
Howell, John Edward.

Poem.


New York, The author. 1867

362 p. (volume I); [9], 12-514 p. (volume II); 19 cm.



Reel: 88, No. 1575
Howell, John Edward.

Poems.


New York, The author. 1869

1 v.; 19 cm.; Contents.--v. 1. Pocahontas. Niagara. Antaeus. Chimes. To freedom. Bacchus.--v. 2. Montezuma. Dust. Magdalen. Messiah. Ocean. Agamemmon. Altar and fireside. Adlen. Garden of weeds. Lyric of the stars.



Reel: 88, No. 1576
Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920.

No love lost.

New York, G.P. Putnam & Son. 1869

A romance of travel.; 58 p.; front., p.l.; 17.5 cm.; Added t.-p., illus.; Appeared originally in Putnam's magazine, December 1868.



Reel: 88, No. 1577
[Howland, Avis C.].

Rhode-Island tales, by a friend to youth, of Newport, R.I.

New York, Mahlon Day. 1833

66 p.


Reel: 68, No. 1110
Hows, John Augustus, 1831-1874, illus.

Forest scenes, by William Cullen Bryant, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Fitz-Greene Halleck, Alfred B. Street, illustrated by John A. Hows.

New York, Hurd and Houghton; Cambridge, The Riverside press. 1866

4 p.l., 7-95 numb. l.; incl. illus. plates.; p.l. 24 cm.; Added t.-p., illus.: A forest hymn by William Cullen Bryant with illustrations by John A. Hows.; Also published separately under titles: "A forest hymn." "In the woods with Bryant, Longfellow, and Halleck," and "Forest pictures in the Adirondacks.".



Reel: 88, No. 1578
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

A chaunt of life, and other poems, with sketches and essays.

New York, Piercy & Reed, printers. 1844-45

In six parts.



Reel: 68, No. 1111
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

Edward Bell.

New York. [n.d.]

A rural sketch of May. 2 ed.; [8] p.



Reel: 68, No. 1111.1
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

The Koh-i-noor: or, Mountain of light.

[Published by the society] Schenectady, G.Y. Van Debogart. 1852

A poem, delivered before the New York Alpha of the Phi beta kappa society, at Union college, Schenectady, July 27, 1852.; [12] p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 88, No. 1581
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

New, a portraiture of discontent.

New York. [n.d.]

[8] p.; (Sketches no. 6).



Reel: 68, No. 1111.2
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

Old, a popular rural sketch.

[New York, C. Shepard]. [1846]

[2d ed.]; 8 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 68, No. 1112
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

... Old, a sketch of rural life.

New York, C. Shepard. [1847]

[3d ed.]; [8] p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 68, No. 1114
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

... Old, and Battle of Long Island.

[New York]. [1845?]

Cover-title, [15]-20, [29]-32 p.



Reel: 68, No. 1113
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

A poem for skaters.

New York, Randolph, pub. [185-?]

[2], 39-52 p.



Reel: 68, No. 1114.1
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

Sketches of life and landscape.

New York, C. Shepard & co. 1852

4th ed., enlarged.; [130] p.; illus.; 22.5 cm.



Reel: 88, No. 1582
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

Sketches of life and landscape.

New York, G.P. Putnam. 1850

3d ed., enl.; [136] p.; incl. illus. plates.; 24 cm.



Reel: 68, No. 1116
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

Sketches of life and landscape.

New York, G.P. Putnam, [etc., etc.]. 1849

New ed., enl.; 134 p.; plates.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 68, No. 1117
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

Sketches of life and landscape.

New York, Spalding & Shepard. 1847-8

60 l.; 23 cm.



Reel: 68, No. 1115
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

Sketches of life and landscape.

New York, Stanford & Delisser. 1858

New edition, enlarged.; 176 p.; incl. plates.; 19 cm.



Reel: 88, No. 1583
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

Sketches of life and landscape.

New York, Stanford & Delisser. 1860

12th ed., enlarged.; 164, [2] p.; incl. front. (port.) illus., p.l.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 89, No. 1584
Hoyt, Ralph, 1806-1878.

The world-sale, a moral sketch.

[New York]. [1847]

[8] p.


Reel: 68, No. 1118
[Hoyt, Ralph] 1806-1878.

Echoes of memory and emotion.

New York, A.D.F. Randolph; London, Hall, Virtue & co. 1861

By the author of "Life and Landscape".; [12], 11-171 p.; front. (port.) illus.; 19.5 cm.; On cover: Popular illustrated holiday edition.; Hoyt's poems. New series. To aid in rebuilding the Good Shepard free church.; Press notices: p. [1-5].



Reel: 88, No. 1580
[Hoyt, Ralph] 1806-1878.

Echoes of memory and emotion.

New York, Stanford & Delisser; [etc., etc.]. 1859

By the author of "Life and landscape."; 170 p.; incl. front. (port.) illus.; 19.5 cm.; On cover: Popular Illustrated holiday edition ... New series. To aid in rebuilding the Good Shepherd free church.; "Extracts from criticisms of the press": p. [7-8].



Reel: 88, No. 1579
[Hubbard, John] 1703-1773.

The benefactors of Yale college.

Boston, Printed by S. Kneeland and T. Green. 1733

A poetical attempt.; [2], 13 p.



Reel: 37, No. 993
[Hubbard, John] 1703-1773.

A monumental gratitude attempted, in a poetical relation of the danger and deliverance of several of the members of Yale college, in passing the Sound, from South-hold to New Haven, Aug. 20th, 1726.

New London, Printed and sold by T. Green. 1727

1 p.l., 10 p.



Reel: 37, No. 994
[Hubbard, John] 1703-1773.

A poem occasioned by the death of the honourable Jonathan Law Esq.; late Governor of Connecticut.

[n.p.]. 1751

2 p.l., 8 p.



Reel: 37, No. 995
Hubbell, Horatio.

Arnold; or, The treason of West Point: a tragedy, in five acts.

Philadelphia [H. Young, printer]. 1847

75 p. [1] p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 68, No. 1119
Hubbell, Martha (Stone), 1814-1856.

The memorial; or, The life and writings of an only daughter.

Boston, J.P. Jewett and co.; Cleveland, H.P.B. Jewett. 1857

By her mother, authoress of "Shady side". With an introductory notice by Rev. A.L. Stone.; xii, 384 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.; Memorial left unfinished at author's death; p. 19-203 completed by David Marvin Stone.; Poems: p. 205-257; Prose sketches: p. 259-382.



Reel: 89, No. 1585
Hubbell, Stephen, 1802-1884.

A discourse commemorative of the Rev. Joseph Fish, for fifty years (from 1732 to 1781), pastor of the Congregational church in North Stonington, Conn.

Norwich, Bulletin job office. 1863

Delivered at that place, Lord's day, August 16th, 1863, by Rev. Stephen Hubbell ... with an Appendix.; 26 p.; 23.5 cm.



Reel: 89, No. 1586
Huggins, John Richard Desborus.

Hugginiana; or, Huggins' fantasy, being a collection of the most esteemed modern literary productions.

New York, Printed by H.C. Southwick, no. 2, Wall street. 1808

2d ed.; Most excellent printer to his most barber-ous Majesty,; 288 p.; illus., front., ports.



Reel: 37, No. 996
[Hughes, G.].

Religious reflections, particularly on the late dreadful fire of the governor's house in Fort George.

[New York] Printed for the author, John Hughes.

broadside.



Reel: 37, No. 997
Hugo, Victor Marie, comte, 1802-1885.

...La légende des siècles.

Paris, Libraire de L. Hachette et cie. 1862

Premiere serie Histoireles Petites espopees.; x, 396 p.; Half-title.



Reel: 89, No. 1587
Huidekoper, Alfred, 1810-1892.

Gathered leaves.

Cambridge, J. Wilson and sons. 1866

151, [1] p.; 20 cm.; "One hundred and fifty copies printed.".



Reel: 89, No. 1588
Hulbert, F. Randolph.

Wandering strains from the lyre of the North: a collection of songs and ballads.

New York. 1850

52 p.; (Part 1, no. 1).



Reel: 68, No. 1120
Hulse, Georgiana A., 1835-1890.

Sunbeams and shadows, and Buds and blooms; or, Leaves from Aunt Minnie's portfolio.

New York, D. Appleton & co. 1851

262, [2] p.; 19 cm.; "Buds and blossoms" is a sequel to "Sunbeams and shadows."; 2 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.



Reel: 89, No. 1589
Humbugs of speculation, a satrical poem, embracing several historical sketches of speculative operations, national and individual, during the last four years.

Saratoga Springs, Whig Office. 1840

By a citizen of Saratoga Springs.; 12 p.; 17 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1121
Hume, W.A.

Dante in the spirit world.

Cleveland, E.H. Munson & co. 1857

A poem,; 80 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 89, No. 1590
Humphrey, Uncle, pseud., comp.

No, and other stories.

Lynn, Thomas Herbert. 1851

Comp. by Uncle Humphrey [pseud.]; 101, [1] p.; illus., front.; 12 cm.; Includes T. S. Arthur's "Story about the word no," and "Willy and the beggar girl.".



Reel: 89, No. 1591
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

Address to the Armies of the United States of America, a poem.

(Philadelphia). 1811

(In his Life of the Hon. Major General Israel Putnam. p. 189-218).



Reel: 39, No. 1012
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

Discours en vers, addressé aux officiers et aux soldats des différentes armées américaines.

A Paris, chez Prault, Imprimeur du Roi, quai des Augustins, à l'immortalitié. 1786

Par [un] ... colonel au service des Etats-Unis, & aide-de-camp de son excellence le général Washington. Imprimé pour la premiere fois à New Haven, dans le Connecticut.; 66 p.



Reel: 37, No. 1000
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

Life of the Hon. Major General Israel Putnam.

Philadelphia, Published by William M'Carty. May, 1811

To which is annexed two poems: An address to the armies of the United States, and A poem on the happiness of America.; 285 p.; front.



Reel: 38, No. 1003
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

Life of the Honorable Major General Israel Putnam, an essay addressed to the state Society of the Cincinnati in Connecticut; to which is annexed two poems: An address to the armies of the United States, and a poem on the happiness of America; addressed to the citizens of the United States.

New York, Printed and published by M'Carty & White, no. 46, Fair street. [1810]

285, [9] p.; front.



Reel: 38, No. 1011
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

Life of the honorable Major General Israel Putnam: an essay addressed to the state Society of the Cincinnati in Connecticut.

New York, Printed and published by M'Carty and White. 1810

To which is annexed two poems: An address to the armies of the United States, and A poem on the happiness of America.; 285, [9] p.; front.




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