American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index

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Reel: 38, No. 1002
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

The miscellaneous works of Colonel Humphreys.

New York, Printed by Hodge, Allen, and Campbell, and sold at their respective book stores. 1790

348 p.

Reel: 38, No. 1004
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

The miscellaneous works of David Humphreys.

New York, Printed by T. and J. Swords, no. 160, Pearl street. 1804

xv, [1], 394, [14] p.; front. (port.).

Reel: 38, No. 1005
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

A poem on industry.

Philadelphia, Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 118, Market street. October 14, 1794

Addressed to the citizens of the United States of America.; 22, [2] p.

Reel: 38, No. 1008
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

A poem on the happiness of America, addressed to the citizens of the United States.

London Printed, Portsmouth [N.H.] Reprinted by George Jerry Osborne. 1786; 1790

45, [2] p.

Reel: 38, No. 1010
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

A poem on the happiness of America, addressed to the citizens of the United States.

(Philadelphia). 1811

(In his Life of the Hon. Major General Israel Putnam. p. 219-235).

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

A poem, addressed to the armies of the United States of America.

New Haven, Printed by T. and S. Green, Paris, reprinted. 1784; 1785

and at London, in the same year, for G. Kearsley, at no. 46, Fleet street.; 28 p.

Reel: 38, No. 1007
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.


Philadelphia, Printed by Mathew Carey. 1789

1 p.l., 90, [1] p.

Reel: 39, No. 1013
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

Select poems, by Col. Humphreys, aid-de-camp to Gen. Washington.

Philadelphia, Printed by Mathew Carey. 1787

A new ed.; vii, [1], 104 p.; p. 105-107 in ms.; at end.

Reel: 39, No. 1014
[Humphreys, David] 1752-1818.

The glory of America; or, Peace triumphant over war: a poem.

Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by E. Oswald and D. Humphreys. 1783

16 p.

Reel: 37, No. 1001
[Humphreys, David] 1752-1818.

A poem addressed to the armies of the United States of America.

New Haven, Printed by T. and S. Green. 1780

By a gentleman of the army.; 16 p.

Reel: 38, No. 1006
Hungtington, Frederic Dan, bp., 1819-1904.

A sermon preached on the fiftieth anniversary of the Boston female asylum, Sept. 20, 1850.

Boston, Printed by J. Wilson. 1850

With the order of services. Also, the annual report of the institution, by the secretary. Published by request of the managers.; 40 p.; 24 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1122
Hunn, Anthony.

Sin and redemption.

Lexington, Printed by W.W. Worsley ... "Reporter" Press. 1812

A religious poem.; 25 p.

Reel: 39, No. 1015
Hunt, Jedediah, b. 1815.

The cottage maid: a tale in rhyme.

Cincinnati, Robinson & Jones. 1847

iv, [5]-48 p.; 22 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1123
Hunt, John.

Hours of reflection on horror and pleasure.

[n.p.]. [1865?]

324 p.

Reel: 89, No. 1591.1
Hunt, Robert, 1807-1887.

The Canadian colonists' welcome to His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales; or, New songs to old tunes, with thirty-one acrostics, comprising the names of Her Majesty the Queen, and all Her Royal Family, etc.

Montreal, John C. Becket. 1860

51, [1] p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 89, No. 1592
[Huntington, Daniel].

A poem, [on the pleasures and advantages of true religion: delivered before the United Brother's Society, in Brown University, on their anniversary, August 31, 1819.].

[Providence, Printed at the Rhode Island American Office]. [1819.]

23 p.

Reel: 39, No. 1016
Huntington, Elisha, 1796-1865.

An Address on the life, character and writings of Elisha Bartlett.

Lowell, S.J. Varney. 1856

late professor of materia medica and medical jurisprudence in the College of physicians and surgeons, New York, before the Middlesex north district medical society, December 26, 1855, Published by the Society.; 27 p.; 23 cm.

Reel: 89, No. 1593
Huntington, Gurdon, 1818-1875.

The shadowy shadowy land, and other poems (including The quests of Brazil).

New York, D. Dana, jr. 1860

[3], 6-506, [2] p.

Reel: 89, No. 1594
Huntington, Jedediah Vincent, 1815-1862.

America discovered: a poem.

New York, E. Dunigan & brother. 1852

Delivered before the Association of alumni of the University of the city of New York, at their anniversary celebration, June 29, 1852, and published at their request.; 32 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 89, No. 1595
Hurlbert, William Henry, 1827-1895.

...Americans in Paris; A game of dominoes; a comedy in two acts.

New York. 1858

[Anon.]; 32 p.; (French's standard drama, the acting edition, no. 209).

Reel: 68, No. 1124
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.

The spirit of Masonry.

New York, Printed by Issac Collins, no. 189, Pearl street, for Cottom & Stewart, booksellers and stationers, Alexandria. 1800

In moral and elucidatory lectures.; 2 p.l., v-vi p., 1 l., 174, 22 p.; front.

Reel: 39, No. 1018
[Hutton, Joseph].

The field of Orleans.

Philadelphia, Published by W. Anderson, 102, Cherry street. 1816

A poem by the author of several fugitive pieces.; 2 p.l., [7]-31, [4] p.

Reel: 39, No. 1019
Hutton, Joseph.

Leisure hours; or, Poetic effusions.

Philadelphia, Published by Hellings and Aitken, D. Heartt, printer. 1812

305 p.

Reel: 39, No. 1020
Hyde, Alvan, 1768-1883.

Memoir of Rev. Alvan Hyde, D.D., of Lee, Mass.

Boston, Perkins, Marvin & co.; Philadelphia, H. Perkins. 1835

vii, [13]-408 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1124.1
Hyde, Andrew, jr.

A short narration, respecting some extraordinary supernatural operations between the years 1806-1811.

Pittsfiled, Printed by P. Allen for the author. [1811]

Also, a poem, in five parts, on predestination, free grace ...; 36 p.

Reel: 39, No. 1021
Hyde, Anna M.

Bible stories in verse, for the little ones at home.

Philadelphia, J. Challen. [c1860]

with illustrations, designed by Frazer and engraved by Hoffman.; 2 p.l., 3-87 p.; front., illus.; 19 cm.; Title vignette.

Reel: 90, No. 1596
Hyde, Anna M.

A ladder to learning for little climbers.

Philadelphia, H. Longstreth. 1859

Showing how play and study may be combined.; 135, [2] p.; 16 cm.; 1st edition, 1859.

Reel: 90, No. 1597
Hyde, Nancy Maria, 1792-1816.

The writings of Nancy Maria Hyde, of Norwich, Conn. connected with a sketch of her life [by Lydia Howard (Huntley) Sigourney].

Norwich [Conn.] Printed by Russell Hubbard. 1816

252 p.

Reel: 39, No. 1022
Hyer, William G.

Rosa, a melo-drama, in three acts.

New York, E. Murden. 1822

2 p.l., [9]-44 p.; 21 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1125
A Hymn on Creation.

New York, Printed and sold by Mahlon Day, at the new juvenile bookstore, no. 376 Pearl street. [18--]

16, [1] p.; illus.; 9 cm.

Reel: 39, No. 1025
Hymns and odes, composed on the death of Gen. George Washington: adapted to the 22d day of February, and dedicated to those who please to sing them!.

Portsmouth, (N.H.), Printed at the United States Oracle Office by Charles Peirce, sold by him at the Columbian bookstore, by groce, dozen or single. January, 1800

12 p.

Reel: 39, No. 1023
Hymns for little children.

Northampton, J. Metcalf. 1838

24 p.; incl. front., illus.; 13 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1126
Hymns for Martha: a present from mamma.

New Haven, Sidney Bobcock. 1835

16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1127
Hymns for the nativity of our saviour, Jesus Christ.

Boston, Printed by John Eliot. 1817

In four parts. By G. Carseer.; 24 p.

Reel: 39, No. 1024
Hymns for young children.

Boston, Crosby, Nichols. 1860

vi, 47 p.; Half-title.

Reel: 90, No. 1599
Hyneman, Rebekah.

The leper and other poems.

Philadelphia, A. Hart. 1853

216 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1598

Boston & Cambridge, James Munroe & co. 1851

[9], 12-68 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; Second edition.; cf. p. 5.

Reel: 90, No. 1601

Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and company. 1851

[9], 12-68 p.; Half-title.

Reel: 90, No. 1600
[Iddings, James].

The monitor's instructor; or, A system of practical geography, of the United States of America, in particular.

Wilmington [Del.] Printed by William Black. January, 1804

The whole rendered familiar for the use of schools.; 323, [1] p.; illus.; 15 cm.

Reel: 39, No. 1027
The Iliad in English.

March, 1870

From - Putnam's Magazine,; 366-371 p.; 24 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1602
The Illuminated White pine alphabet.

[Boston, G.W. Sweet]. [1866?]

15 p.; illus.; 17 cm.; Cover-title.; Advertising Dr. J.W. Poland's White Pine compound.

Reel: 90, No. 1603
The Illuminated White Pine alphabet.

Boston, Railway steam printing works. [1866]

15, [3] p.; 3 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.

Reel: 90, No. 1604
The Illustrated Scripture alphabet, with prayers and hymns for children.

Boston, J. Buffum. [185-?]

[32] p.; col. illus.; 18 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1126.1
An Illustration of the present pernicious mode of fashionable practice of medicine, with plates.

Albany. 1828

Accompanied with A Dialogue, between an apothecary and a physician, on the subject of the statute regulating the practice of physic and surgery. After which is added a few brief anecdotes.; 36 p.; illus.; 21 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1128
Imposture and deception detected and exposed; being a review of the proceedings of the First Baptist church in the City of New York in relation to.

New York. 1829

charges brought against the pastor of said church by Maria Shade...; various paging.; 20 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1129
In Memoriam, the wonderful W.P., by the author.

[Concord, N.H.]. [1868]

[2], 8 p.

Reel: 90, No. 1616
In memoriam: "Fay".

Brooklyn [Printed on the Elzevir press]. 1879

Died January 15, 1879.; 6 l. mounted front. (port.); 24 cm.; Printed on one side of leaf only.; Frontispiece is a photograph.; "'Fay' was a small dog.".

Reel: 90, No. 1606
In memoriam: [Fannie E. McArthur].

[Newburyport, Mass.]. [1869]

port.; col. illus.; 16 cm.; Cover-title.

Reel: 90, No. 1605
In memoriam: [Hon. Anderson G. Dana, M.D., LL.D.].

Cambridge [Mass.] Printed for private distribution [by H.O. Houghton]. 1863

64 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1609
In memoriam: [P.T. Barnum] [Reprint from the "Essex statesman" of May 6, 1867, upon his defeat as a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives].

Salem. 1867

16 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1614
In memoriam: General Lewis Cass.

Detroit, Free press printing house. 1866

220 p.; 19 x 16 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1607
In memoriam: Helen Louisa Parmelee, born February 15th, 1821.

Albany, J. Munsell. 1864

Died November 27th, 1863...; 15 p.; 23 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1608
In memoriam: John Harvard Ellis, died May 3, 1870.

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

6 l.; illus.; 19 cm.; Duplicate title page inserted at back of book.

Reel: 90, No. 1610
In memoriam: K.M. [i.e. Kate M'Clellan].

[Brooklyn, New York]. [1870?]

79 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.; Includes selections from her writings, in prose and poetry.

Reel: 90, No. 1611
In memoriam: M.E.S. [Mary Elizabeth Swift] M.D.CCC.LXII.

[n.p., Privately printed]. [1862?]

48 p.; col. p.l.; 20 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1612
In Memoriam: Scovell Haynes M'Collum.

[Syracuse?]. [1860]

[1]-33 p.; 22 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1615
In memoriam; Professor John Addison Porter.

Cambridge, Printed at the Riverside press. 1867

90 p.; front. (port.); 22 cm.; Title vignette.; Selections from his poems: p. 44-90.

Reel: 90, No. 1613
In memory of Gen. Henry H. Ross, who died at Essex, County, New York, on the 13th day of September 1862.

[n.p.]. [1865?]

27 p.; front. (phot.); 22.5 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1617
In remembrance of Mrs. Elmina Celestia Wilcox who died March 28, 1860.

Hartford, printed by Charles Montaque. 1860

19 p.; 25 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1618
In the forest.

Boston, L. Prang. c1865

12 l.; col. illus.; 11 x 37 cm.; fold. to 11 x 7 cm.; Cover-title.; Poem printed on strip folded to form 12 leaves.

Reel: 90, No. 1619
Inch, Joseph Hart, 1806-1884.

Epistola poetica ad familiarem auctore.

Olicanae, J. Bowes et Filii. 1864

V.R. Josepho H. Clinch, A.M.; 17 p.; English and Latin Text.

Reel: 40, No. 697
Independence of the United States.

[n.p.]. [1811?]


Reel: 39, No. 1029
The Independency of the mind, affirmed.

Wheeling [West Va.] Printed by Alexander Armstrong for Aquila M. Bolton, for Aquila M. Bolton, bookseller. 1807

A poem, in two parts, with occasional notes. Part I.; 2 pts. in 1 v.; 16 cm.

Reel: 39, No. 1031
An Independent ode, dedicated to the illustrious president of the United States, the Governor of this Commonwealth, and all true patriots of liberty.

[n.p.]. [1795]


Reel: 39, No. 1032

New York, Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile bookstore, no. 357, Pearl street. 1813

[16] p.; illus.

Reel: 40, No. 1034
The Infant's grammar; or A picnic party of the parts of speec.

Baltimore, Published by Fielding Lucas, Jun., no. 138 Market Street. [1825?]

cover-title, 12 numb. l., col. illus.; 17 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1130
The Infernal secret! Or, The invulnerable Spaniard, who was for many years termed the terror of Madrid! Containing an account of the wonders of his withered arm.

Boston, H. Jenkins. 1831

23 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1131
Iriarte y Oropesa, Tomás de, 1750-1791.

Literary fables of Yriarte.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields.

Translated from the Spanish, by George H. Devereux.; xi, 145, [8] p.; 18.5; A metrical version.; 8 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.

Reel: 90, No. 1620
Isaacs, Isaac A.

The terrifically thrilling poem of "The fair Inez"; or, The lone lady of the crimson cliff.

Cleveland, The author, at Union Hall. 1863

A tale of the sea.; 37 p.; On cover: 1st. ed. - 20 thousand.; 9 pages of publisher's notices at beginning and 7 pages at end of book.

Reel: 90, No. 1621
Itinerant trifles, with an address to the Middlebury Marble Company, and a few words to Congress; also, A grand heroic ode to the red breeches of Thomas Jefferson, late president of the United States.

Windsor, Vt., Printed by Thomas M. Ponroy. 1811

By Paul Periwig.; 36 p.

Reel: 40, No. 1036
Ives & Jewette, pub.

Mr. Durant's ascension from Boston in 1834.

Salem, Mass. [1834?]

Unpaged.; 22 cm.

Reel: 68, No. 1132
The Jackson wreath, or National souvenir.

Philadelphia, J. Maas. 1829

A national tribute commemorative of the great civil victory achieved by the people, through the hero of New Orleans. Containing a biographical sketch of General Jackson until 1819. By Robert Walsh, Jr., esqr. With a continuation until the present day embracing a view of the recent political struggle. By Dr. James M'Henry.; 2 p.l., [iii]-viii, [9]-88 p. 7 pl. (incl. music) port. fol. map.; 21.5 cm.

Reel: 69, No. 1133
Jackson, Caroline L.

Wood mosses.

New Haven, Printed by T.J. Stafford. 1867

Poems.; 84 p.; 23 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1622
[Jackson, Helen Maria (Fiske), Hunt] 1831-1885.


Boston, Fields, Osgood & co. 1870

vii, [9]-100 p.; 15 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1623
Jackson, J. Wycliffe.

...Oration and poem delivered before the biennial convention of the Sigma Chi fraternity, Washington City, D.C. December 27, 1866.

Washington, Intelligencer printing house. 1867

Published by the fraternity.; 38 p.; Contains an oration by R.J. Keeling.

Reel: 90, No. 1624
Jackson, J., Mrs.

Juvenile entertainment; or, Poetical miscellany.

New Brunswick, Printed by Abraham Blauvelt. 1800

2 p.l., [3]-69, [1] p.

Reel: 40, No. 1037
Jackson, James Caleb, 1811-1895.

"The curse" lifted; or, Maternity made easy.

Dansville, New York, F.W. Hurd & co. 1865

24, [2] p.; 19 cm.; Contains poetry.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.

Reel: 90, No. 1625
Jackson, Samuel, 1787-1872.

Original poems.

Philadelphia, Printed by A. Bowman. 1816

11 p.

Reel: 40, No. 1038
Jacky Jingle's rhymes.

Philadelphia, Davis, Porter. [185-?]

Betty Pringle, and other rhymes.; [8] p.; illus.; 17 cm.

Reel: 69, No. 1133.1
Jacobs, Sarah Sprague, b. 1813.

Annie Gray: a child's poem.

Cambridgeport. 1869

8 p.; Reprinted from the "Riverside magazine for young people" and sold for the benefit of St. Peter's church, Cambridgeport.

Reel: 90, No. 1626
James, Charles Pinckney, 1818-1899.

Oration and poem, delivered before the Cincinnati literary club, July 4th, 1853.

Cincinnati, Truman & Spofford. 1853

Poem by C.A.L. Richard.; 46 p.; 21.5 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1628
James, John Angell, 1785-1859.

The marriage ring: or, How to make home happy.

Boston, Gould, Kendall and Lincoln. [1842]

From the writings of John Angell James.; 128 p.; 12 cm.

Reel: 69, No. 1134
Janvier, Francis De Haes, 1817-1885.

The skeleton monk; and other poems.

Philadelphia, J. Challen & son. 1861

1 p.l., vii-viii, 9-148 p.; 19.5 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1630
Janvier, Francis De Haes, 1817-1885.

The sleeping sentinel.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson & Brothers. 1863

[2], 5-19, [1] p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; "The incidents here woven into verse relate to William Scott, a poung soldier from the state of Vermont, who, while on duty as a sentinel at night fell asleep, and, having been condemned to die, was pardoned by the President."; One page of publisher's notices at end of book.

Reel: 91, No. 1631
Janvier, pseud.


Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperthwait & co. 1852

75 p.; 16.5 cm.

Reel: 90, No. 1629
Jaques, O.A.

The two edged sword, the law of God.

Pittsfield, Mass., P. Allen & son. 1870

Prepared as an exercise for a Sabbath school concert by O.A. Jacques. Sabbath school ed.; 1 pam.; 8.

Reel: 91, No. 1632
Jarvis, W.W.

Gotham ambrotypes; or, Sketches from life.

New York, Printed for the author by C.A. Alvord. 1860

A satirical poem in three cantos...; 32 p.; 24 cm.

Reel: 91, No. 1633
Jefferds, Chester Daniel, 1828-1862.

Select remains of Rev. C.D. Jefferds, Pastor of the Congregational Church in Chester, Vermont.

Cambridge, Printed by Allen and Farnham. 1864

Selected, copied, and arranged by his brother-in-law, Rev. R.D. Miller.; xxx p., 1 l., 214 p.; 19.5 cm.; Prose and poetry.; "Autobiography": p. [xv]-xxx.; R.D. Miller's autographed presentation copy.

Reel: 91, No. 1634
[Jeffries, Thomas Fayette, b. 1829].

"Crippled Fayette," of Rockingham, detailing his times, and giving his rhymes.

Mountain Valley, Virginia, Printed at the office of J. Funk & sons. 1857

Made helpless by the rheumatism since the 20th of October, 1847...; 187, [1] p.; 14.5 cm.; Verse and prose.

Reel: 91, No. 1635
Jenkins, Daphne Smith (Giles), Mrs., b. 1812.

A collection of Scriptual and miscellaneous poems.

Ann Arbor [Mich.] Cole & Arnold. 1845

172 p.; 14.5 cm.

Reel: 69, No. 1135
[Jenks, William] 1778-1866, ed.

Ninetieth birth-day gathering of Rev. Charles Cleveland June 21, 1862.

Boston, Printed by T.R. Marvin & son. 1862

[3], 6-64 p.; Half-title.; "Introductory note" signed: William Jenks.

Reel: 91, No. 1636
Jenness, Caroline Elizabeth, 1824-1857.

Writings of Caroline Elizabeth Jenness.

Boston, Printed by J. Wilson and son. 1858

With a memoir ...; iv, 275 p.; front. (port.); 24 cm.; For private circulation.

Reel: 91, No. 1637
[Jennings, Clotilda] d. 1895.

Linden rhymes.

Halifax, N.S., Elbridge, Gerry Fuller. 1854

By Maude [pseud.]; viii, 152 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 91, No. 1638
Jenny Harper.

Philadelphia, American Sunday-school union. [184?]

Revised by the Committee of Publication.; 16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.

Reel: 69, No. 1136
[Jensen, Lewis B.].

Ethick diversions, in four epistles to Emphasian, R.T.

New York, Printed by T. and J. Swords, no. 160, Pearl street. 18[?]

To which is added The convent by Restore Estlack.; 79 p.

Reel: 40, No. 1041
Jewett, Charles, 1807-1879.

Temperance poem, delivered before the Massachusetts Temperance Convention, at the Marlboro' chapel, Feb. 12, 1840.

Boston, Cassady & March. 1840

15 p.

Reel: 69, No. 1137
[Jewett, F.S.].

Court of content; and other poems.

Antigua [W.I.]. 1850

84 p.; 16 cm.

Reel: 69, No. 1138
Jillson, Clark, 1825-1894.

Inklings of songs; a memento of my leisure hours.

Worcester, [Mass.], F.M. Stowell. 1851

In two parts.; 158, [1] p.; 17.5 cm.; Errors in paging: 94 and 96 misnumbered 89 and 91.

Reel: 91, No. 1639
Jillson, Clark, 1825-1894.

Progress attributed to the laboring classes: a poem delivered before the Worcester County mechanics' association, March 3d, 1853.

Worcester [Mass.] Printed by E.R. Fiske. 1853

36 p.; 18.5 cm.

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