Nathan the Wise; a dramatic poem by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing: translated by Ellen Frothingham, preceded by a brief account of the poet and his works, and followed by an essay on the poem, by Kuno Fischer.
New York, Leypoldt & Holt. 1868
xxiii, 259, , 8 p.; 17.5 cm.; (Library of foreign poetry, III); "Sketch of Lessing" signed H.H. (Henry Holt); 4 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 98, No. 1777 Lessons for lovers; with some tender and pathetic anecdotes, taken from real life.
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third street. 1784
By Ovid Americanus. To which is added, The thunder-storm, a poem. Supposed to be written by the late celebrated Miss A***, now Mrs. L****.; 35,  p.
Reel: 42, No. 1118 A Letter to clergymen on the preservation of health, and the use of Peruvian syrup, or Protected solution of protoxide of iron compound, as a medicinal agent.
Boston, N.L. Clark & co. [c1859]
46,  p.; Includes two letters from Rev. John Pierpont endorsing Peruvian syrup, p. 16-17.; One page of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 98, No. 1778 Letters to a brother on practical subjects by a Clergyman.
Lowell, Published by Brooks Shattuck and Co. 1832
106 [i.e. 108] p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 73, No. 1232 [Levison, William H.] 1822-1857.
Black diamonds; or, Humor, satire, and sentiment, treated scientifically by Professor Julius Caesar Hannibal [pseud.].
New York, A. Ranney; Chicago, R. Blanchard; [etc., etc.]. 1855
In a series of burlesque lectures, darkly colored. Originally published in "The New York picayune."; 3 p.l., [v]-viii, -364,  p.; front., plates.; 18 cm.; 3 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
A poem pronounced before King Solomon's lodge, number 7, Ancient and honorable free and accepted Masons, upon the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24.
1864.;  p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.
Reel: 98, No. 1782 Lewis, Alonzo, 1794-1861.
History of Lynn, including Nahant.
Boston, Printed by S. N. Dickinson. 1844
By Alonzo Lewis--the Lynn bard... 2d ed.; 278 p.; illus. 2 pl.; (incl., front.); 23.5 cm.
Reel: 73, No. 1233 Lewis, Alonzo, 1794-1861.
Love, Forest flowers, and Sea shells.
Boston, B. Mussey. 1850
vi, -127,  p.; front., illus.; 12 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1235 Lewis, Alonzo, 1794-1861.
Love, forest flowers, and sea shells.
Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1846
vi, -127,  p.; front. illus.; 12 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1234 Lewis, Alonzo, 1794-1861.
Boston, J.H. Eastburn. 1831
1 p.l., 208 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1237 Lewis, Alonzo, 1794-1861.
Portsmouth: Harrison Gray & Eben. L. Childs, T.H. Miller, Print. 1823
3 p.l., -203 p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1236 Lewis, Alonzo, 1794-1861.
The poems of Alonzo Lewis.
Boston, B.B. Mussey & co. 1851
9th ed.; vi, 8-127 p.; col. front.; 12 cm.
Reel: 98, No. 1780 Lewis, Alonzo, 1794-1861.
The poems of Alonzo Lewis.
Boston, B.B. Mussey & co. 1854
vi, [7-128] p.; col. front.; 11.5 cm.; Binder's title: Forest flowers.; First published 1845, with the title: Love, forest flowers and sea shells.
Reel: 98, No. 1781 [Lewis, E.].
The romance of matrimony.
Philadelphia, Howard Challen. 1865
A tale founded on fact.; , 16-122 p.
Reel: 98, No. 1783 Lewis, Eldad, d. 1825.
An eulogy on the life and character of His Excellency George Washington, esqr., late president of the United States.
Pittsfield, Mass., Printed by Chester Smith, March. 1800
Delivered at Lenox, February 22, 1800. Published at the request of the audience.; 20 p.
Reel: 42, No. 1119 Lewis, Eldad, d. 1825.
The principles of Masonry, and the duties of Masons illustrated in an Address delivered before the Evening Star lodge at Lenox at the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, A.L. 5814.
Stockbridge, Printed by Herman Willard. July, A.L. 5814 
24 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1120 Lewis, Eli.
St. Clair's defeat, a poem.
Harrisburgh. Printed 1792
1 p.l., 14 p.
Reel: 32, No. 1121 Lewis, Eliza Gabriella.
Brooklyn, Printed by Shannon & co. 1850
v, , 148 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1237.1 [Lewis, Emma].
Night watches; or, the peace of the cross.
Philadelphia, Willis P. Hazard. 1853
248 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 98, No. 1784 [Lewis, Emma].
Treasures of darkness.
Philadelphia, W.P. Hazard. 1854
By E. Lewis, authoress of "Night watches"...; 252 p.
Reel: 98, No. 1785 Lewis, Estelle Anna (Robinson), Mrs., 1824-1880.
Child of the sea, and other poems.
New York, G.P. Putnam. 1848
4 p.l., -179 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1238 Lewis, Estelle Anna (Robinson), Mrs., 1824-1880.
Records of the heart.
New York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G.S. Appleton. 1844
vi, -255 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1239 Lewis, Estelle Anna Blanche (Robinson), 1824-1880.
Myths of the minstrel.
New York D. Appleton & co. 1852
, 14-95 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
Reel: 98, No. 1787 Lewis, Estelle Anna Blanche (Robinson), 1824-1880.
Records of the heart: and other poems.
New York, D. Appleton and co.; [etc., etc.]. 1857
Illustrated by American artists.; , xiv, , 4-420 p.; front. (port.) plates. 24 cm.; Added t.-p., engraved.
Reel: 98, No. 1786 [Lewis, Hannah Jane (Woodman), Mrs.] b. 1816.
Sibylline verses; or, The mirror of fate.
Boston, A. Tompkins. 1846
1 l., 216 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1240 Lewis, Henry C.
The lyre of love and harp of sorrow.
Philadelphia, H.C. Lewis, Printer and publisher. 1818
102 p.; 13 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1122 Lhomond, Charles François, 1727-1794.
Elements of French grammar; by M. Lhomond.
Portland [Me.] S. Colman; Brunswick, Griffin's press. 1830
translated from the French, with notes, and such illustrations as were thought necessary for the American pupil. For the use of schools. By an instructer.; 2 p.l., [iii]-iv, vii-viii, -108 p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1241 Liberty.
Charlestown, Printed and sold by T. Powell, at Mr. Timothy's Office in Broad street. 1770
A poem by Rusticus [pseud.] 2d ed.; 2 p.l., ii, 21 p.
Reel: 42, No. 1127 Liberty.
Philadelphia, Printed by John Dunlap, in Market street. 1768
A poem, by Rusticus.; 27 p.
Reel: 42, No. 1126 Liberty in slavery: or, The idolatrous Christian.
[Hartford, Thomas Green]. 
Some political thoughts, occasioned by the late public rejoicings at Hartford, on the news of the repeal of the Stamp-Act.; 8 p.
Reel: 42, No. 1129 Lidstone, James Torrington Spencer.
The Bostoniad: giving a full description of the principle establishments, together with the most honorable and substantial business men, in the Athens of America.
Boston, Published under universal patronage [Hollis & Gunn, printers]. 1853
1 p.l., - 86p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 98, No. 1788 Lidstone, James Torrington Spencer.
The Torontiad; a complete business directory for Toronto, giving a splendid description of the most celebrated establishments in that famous city, together with illustrations of its most eminent personages.
Toronto, Published under universal patronage. 1850
34 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1242 Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.
The West, a metrical epistle.
New York, Putnam. 1848
30,  p.; 15 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1243 Lied eines lehrers, an seine confirmanten; oder, Denkringlein.
Reading, Gedrucke bey J. Ritter und Comp. 1821
12 p.; 16.5 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1244 Liés, Eugene.
New York, C.L. MacArthur. 1846
A collection of poems.; 56, [lvii]-lviii p.; front.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1245 The Life and adventures of Chanticleer, the intelligent rooster.
Boston, A. Williams & co. 1863
An interesting story in verse for children. From the German, by Mrs. Louise Pollock. With eight illustrations.; 96 p.; front. plates.; 20.5 cm.; Cover-title: The Chanticleer.
Reel: 99, No. 1789 The Life and adventures of Henry Smith, the celebrated razor strop man, embracing a complete collection of his original songs.
96 p.; front. (port.) pl.; 24 cm.
Reel: 74, No. 1246 The Life and death of old father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked courant [i.e. The New-England Courant].
[Boston, Printed and sold by J. Franklin in Union street]. [MDCCXXVI.]
A satyr.; 7 p.; Caption title.
Reel: 42, No. 1132 Life and death of rich Mrs. Duck, a notorious glutton.
New York, McLoughlin bros. 1869
 p.; illus.; 23 cm.; (Dame Dingle's series).
Reel: 99, No. 1790 The Life and poetry of Edgar Poe.
[Boston, Littell, son & co.]. 
In The Living age...; April 16, 1853.; p. 157-161.
Reel: 99, No. 1791 The Life of James Gates Percival.
[Boston, Littell, son & co.]. 
In The Living age...; p. 811-813.
Reel: 99, No. 1792 The Life of Mary Mordant, by an American lady.
New York, The American Tract Society. [n.d.]
Reel: 74, No. 1246.1 Life of the Hon. James Buchanan as written by himself and set to music by an old Democrat, to the tune of "Poor old horse let him die".
A drama, in three acts. Altered from a tale of ancient times.; 68 p.; 15 cm.
Reel: 75, No. 1250 The Lily among flowers.
Salem, Mass., Published by D. Brainerd Brooks. 1849
3 p.l., -92 p.; front.; 16 cm.
Reel: 75, No. 1251 The Lily of the West.
Nashville, Tenn. 1846
On human nature, education, the mind, insanity, with ten letters as a sequel to the alphabet; The conquest of man, Early days, A farewell to my native home, The song of the chieftan's daughter, Tree of liberty, and The beauties of nature and art, by G. Grimes, an inmate of the Lunatic Asylum of Tennessee.; 96 p.; 22.5 cm.
Reel: 61, No. 1001.1 [Lincoln, Abraham] president United States, 1809-1865.
The autobiography of Abraham Lincoln.
[Washington, D.C.]. 
(facsimile of original manuscript, signed "A. Lincoln");  p.; fold. double., port.; 23 cm.
New York, W.J. Widdleton; San Francisco, A. Roman & co. 1865
423 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.
Reel: 99, No. 1802 Linen, James, 1808-1873.
The poetical and prose writings of James Linen.
New York, W.J. Widdleton; San Francisco, A. Roman & co. 1866
6, [vii]-viii, -416 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.
Reel: 99, No. 1803 Linen, James, 1808-1873.
Songs of the seasons, and other poems.
New York, Redfield. 
vi, [ii]-iii, -167 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 99, No. 1804 Lines composed on the death of General Washington.
Reel: 42, No. 1137 Lines composed on the execution of W. Clement's: Who was shot for desertion, on Fort Independence, Feb. 18 having been four times pardoned, but having last deserted his post, was condemned to die.
Philadelphia, Printed by John Ormrod, no. 41, Chesnut street. 1800
A poem. In imitation of the manner of Ossian.; iv, -26 p.; 21.5 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1140 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
The powers of genius, a poem in three parts.
[London] Albion Press, Printed by J. Cundee, Ivy lane, for T. Williams, Stationers' Court, and T. Hurst, Paternoster Row. 1804
1 p.l., xv, 155,  p.; illus.; 17 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1145 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
The powers of genius, a poem in three parts.
Philadelphia, Published by Asbury Dickins, opposite Christ Church. H. Maxwell, Printer, Columbia House. 1801
127 p.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1143 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
The powers of genius, a poem, in three parts.
Philadelphia, Published by John Conrad & Co., no. 30, Chesnut street, Philadelphia; and sold by M. & J. Conrad & Co., no. 140, Market street, Baltimore; and Rapin, Conrad & Co., Washington City. H. Maxwell, Printer. 1802
2d ed., cor. and enl.; 191 p.; plates. (front. port.); 15.5 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1144 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
Valerian, a narrative poem intended in part, to describe the early persecutions of Christians, and rapidly to illustrate the influence of Christianity on the manners of nations.
 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 75, No. 1254 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
Valerian, a narrative poem: intended, in part, to described the early persecutions of Christians, and rapidly to illustrate the influence of Christianity on the manners of nations.
Philadelphia, Printed by Thomas and George Palmer, 116 High street. 1805
... With a sketch of the life and character of the author.; xxvi p., 1 l., 97 p.; front. (port.); 24.5 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1146 [Linn, John Blair] 1777-1804.
Miscellaneous works, prose and poetical.
New York, Printed by Thomas Greenleaf. 1795
By a young gentleman of New-York.; 353,  p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1141 [Linn, John Blair] 1777-1804.
The poetical wanderer; containing dissertations on the early poetry of Greece, on tragic poetry, and on the power of noble actions on the mind.
New York, Printed for the author, by G. Forman, opposite the Post Office. 1796
To which are added several poems. By the author of Miscellaneous works.; 112 p., 1,  p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1142 [Linn, William Alexander] 1846-1917.
Valedictory poem [by W.A. Linn] and oration [by Chauncey Bunce Brewster] pronounced before the senior class in Yale college, Presentation day, July 1st, 1868.