American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index



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Reel: 89, No. 1493
[Mathews, Julia A.].

How Jennie found her Lord, and How she thanked him.

New York, R. Carter & brothers. 1870

By the author of the "Golden ladder series"...; 99 p.; front., plates.; 16 cm.; First edition.



Reel: 117, No. 2069
Mathies, James.

Rochester, a satire; and other miscellaneous poems.

Rochester. 1830

130 (i.e. 132) p.; 15 cm.



Reel: 90, No. 1497
Matteson, Frances F.

The fragment; or, Letters and poems.

Rome, New York, A. Sandford, printer. 1855

144 p.; front. (port.); 15.5 cm.



Reel: 117, No. 2070
Matteson, Frances F.

The wild poets' rest; or, A short series of essays, meditations, poems, etc.

Rome [New York] Pickard & Carr, printers. 1852

110, [2] p.; front. (port.); 15.5 cm.



Reel: 117, No. 2071
Matthews, Arthur.

Paraphrase on the Book of Genesis; A poetical essay.

Providence, Printed at the American Office, by Goddard & Mann. 1816

76 p.


Reel: 45, No. 1226
Mattison, Seth, 1788-1843.

Retired muse, or Forest songster; embracing a number of sentimental and devotional poems, together with several extracts from a manuscript poem entitled The charms of friendship.

Ithaca, Printed for W. Batcheller, by Mack and Andrus. 1825

xiii, [15]-215 p.; 12.5 cm.



Reel: 90, No. 1498
Maturin, Edward, 1812-1881.

Lyrics of Spain and Erin.

Boston, Ticknor, Reed, & Fields. 1850

viii, 208 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 90, No. 1499
Maturin, Edward, 1812-1881.

... Viola; a play in four acts.

New York, S. French. c1858

32 p.; 19 cm.; (French's standard drama; The acting edition, no. 207).



Reel: 117, No. 2072
Maxcy, Jonathan, 1768-1820.

A poem on the prospects of America.

Printed at Providence, by Bennett Wheeler, at his office on the west side the river. [1789-1790?]

To which are subjoined, the valedictory addresses, delivered on the public commencement at Rhode-Island College, in Providence, September 5, A.D., 1787.; 40 p.; table 20 cm.



Reel: 45, No. 1228
Maxcy, Jonathan, 1768-1820.

A sermon preached in the Baptist meeting house in Providence, before the Female Charitable Society, September 21st, 1802.

Providence, B. Wheeler. 1802

13, 1 p.; 18 cm.; "Ode ... by Allen" appears at end.



Reel: 45, No. 1229
Maxwell, Mary H, 1815-1891.

The juvenile annual; or, Holiday melodies.

Boston, Stone & Pratt. 1853

2d ed.; iv, [5]-101 p.; front., plates.; 12 cm.



Reel: 117, No. 2073
Maxwell, Mary H, 1815-1891.

Robert the rusty, and Reuben the radiant boy.

Boston, Massachusetts Sabbath school society. 1852

A story in verse; 72 p.



Reel: 117, No. 2074
Maxwell, Mary H, 1815-1891.

Snarling Tim: a story in two parts.

New York, Lane & Scott. 1851

Edited by D.P. Kidder.; 52 p.; front.; 11 cm.



Reel: 117, No. 2075
Maxwell, Mary H., Mrs., 1815-1891.

Reuben Ramsay; or, The boy that nobody wanted: To which are added two poetic dialogues.

New York, Carlton & Porter. [c1849]

64 p.; inc. front.; 14 cm.



Reel: 90, No. 1501
Maxwell, William, 1784-1857.

Poems.


Philadelphia, Printed by M. Thomas, no. 52, Chestnut-street. William Fry, printer. 1816

3 p.l., [v]-vii, 168 p.; 13.5 cm.; Added engr. t.p.



Reel: 45, No. 1231
Maxwell, William, 1784-1857.

Poems.


Philadelphia, Printed by William Fry. 1812

144 p.; 13.5 cm.



Reel: 45, No. 1230
May, Caroline, b. 1820.

Poems.


New York, Carleton. 1865

x, 14-223 p., 15 l.; 19 cm.; "Sonnets," 15 l. at end.



Reel: 117, No. 2076
May, Marion.

Eva Graves; or, The triumphs of faith, together with a selection of original poems.

Augusta. 1861

71 p.; Unbound; in cover.



Reel: 117, No. 2077
Maylem, John.

Gallic Perfidy: A poem.

Boston, New England, Printed and sold by Benjamin Mecom, at The New Printing-office, where may be had that noted little book called Father Abraham's speech. July 13, 1758

2 p.l., 7-15 p.



Reel: 45, No. 1233
Maylem, John, 1739-1762?.

The conquest of Louisburg.

[Newport, Printed by Solomon Southwick]. [1775.]

A poem.; 10 p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 45, No. 1232
Maylin, Anne Walter, 1806-1889.

Lays of many hours.

Philadelphia, H. Hooker. 1847

168 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 90, No. 1502
Mayne, Daniel Haydn.

Poems and fragments.

Toronto. 1838

126 p.


Reel: 90, No. 1503
Mayo, Sarah Carter (Edgarton), 1819-1848.

Julia's walk.

(Portland, S.H. Colesworthy). 1840

(In Timothy Goodwise, The Parent's gift. 2nd ed. p. 91-96).



Reel: 90, No. 1504
Mayo, Sarah Carter (Edgarton), 1819-1848.

Selections from the writings of Mrs. Sarah C. Edgarton Mayo: with a memoir, by her husband.

Boston, A. Tompkins. 1849

viii, [9]-432 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.



Reel: 90, No. 1505
Mayo, Sarah Carter (Edgarton), 1819-1848.

Selections from the writings of Mrs. Sarah C. Edgarton Mayo; with a memoir by her husband (Amory Dwight Mayo).

Boston, A. Tompkins, 38 Cornhill. 1851

432 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 117, No. 2078
Mayo, William Starbuck, 1812-1895.

Flood and field; or, Tales of battles on sea and land.

Philadelphia, W.P. Hazard. 1855

2 p.l., [9]-278 p.; front., plates.; 19.5 cm.; An earlier edition has title: Romance dust from the historic placer.; Contents.--Preface.--Don Sebastian; from the chronicles of Portugal.--The captain's story.--Washington's first battle, or Braddock's defeat.--A legend of the Cape de Verdes.--A real pirate.--The astonishing.



Reel: 117, No. 2079
Mayo, William Starbuck, 1812-1895.

Romance dust from the historic placer.

New York, G.P. Putnam; [etc., etc.]. 1851

278 p.; 19.5 cm.; Re-issued under title: Flood and Field.



Reel: 117, No. 2080
Mazaro and Lellah; or, The victims of love: a poem by a Cincinnatian.

Cincinnati. 1840

22 p.

Reel: 90, No. 1506
[McAfee, Nelly Nichol (Marshall)] b. 1845.

Gleanings from fireside fancies.

Chicago, John C.W. Bailey. 1866

By "Sans Souci" [pseud.]; 2 p.l., [v]-xi, 396 p.; port.; 19 cm.



Reel: 113, No. 1981
M'Call, John Cadwalader.

Fleurette, and other rhymes.

Philadelphia. 1828

2 p.l., 68 p.



Reel: 84, No. 1398
M'Call, John Cadwalader.

Savonarola, an attempted tragedy, in five acts.

Harrisburg. 1831

77 p.


Reel: 84, No. 1399
M'Call, John Cadwalader.

The troubadour, and other poems.

Philadelphia. 1822

ix, [2], 64 p.



Reel: 84, No. 1400
McBride, Francis.

The robber; a drama in two acts.

New York. 1842

18 p.


Reel: 84, No. 1396
McBride, Robert, fl. 1858-1870.

Canadian Orange minstrel for 1870; an antidote for Pamphile DeMay's songs, etc.

Toronto. 1870

31 p.


Reel: 113, No. 1984
McBride, Robert, fl. 1858-1870.

The Canadian orange minstrel, for 1860.

London, C.W. Printed at the Free press steam printing office, North street. 1860

Contains nine new and original songs, mostly all of them showing some wrong that effects [!] the order or the true course of Protestant loyalty to the British crown. By R. McBride ...; 13 p.; 22 cm.; Without the music.; Satires, directed principally against Thomas McGee.



Reel: 113, No. 1983
McBride, Robert, fl. 1858-1870.

Poems, satirical and sentimental on many subjects connected with Canada, including a complete exposure of our county court, and division court system, in several theatrical acts and dialogues.

London, Ont, Dawson & brothers. 1869

also, a dissertation on the doings of the Canada company's land, jobbing and other matters,; 302 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 113, No. 1985
McCabe, John Collins, 1810-1875.

Scraps.


Richmond, Printed by J.C. Walker. 1835

vi, [7]-192 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 84, No. 1397
McCabe, William Gordon, 1841-1920.

Real and ideal: a poem.

[Richmond]. [1861]

13 p.


Reel: 113, No. 1986
McCaffery, Michael J.A.

The siege of Spoleto; a camp-tale of Arlington Heights.

New York, P. O'Shea. 1864

90, [4] p.; 19 cm.; Poem, in prose setting.



Reel: 113, No. 1987
McCallum, Daniel Craig, 1815-1878.

The water-mill, and other poems.

Brooklyn, New York [Private printer]. 1870

57, [6] p.



Reel: 113, No. 1988
McClure, William James, b. 1842.

Poems.


New York, P. O'Shea. 1869

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



Reel: 113, No. 1990
McCord, Louisa Susannah (Cheves), 1810-1880.

Caius Gracchus.

New York, H. Kernot. 1851

A tragedy in five acts,; 128 p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 113, No. 1991
McDermott, Hugh Farrar, 1833-1890.

Lavona: a poem.

New York, Published for the trade. 1860

75 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 113, No. 1993
McDougall, Frances Harriet (Whipple), Greene, 1805-1878.

The genius of American liberty; a patriotic poem.

San Francisco, B. Todd & co. 1867

32 p.; 22 cm.; Cover-title.; Bibliography, p. 31-32.



Reel: 113, No. 1994
[McDougall, Frances Harriet (Whipple), Greene, Mrs.] 1805-1878.

Elleanor's second book.

Providence, B.T. Albro, printer. 1847

127 p.; front. (port.); 14 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1402
[McDougall, Frances Harriet (Whipple), Greene, Mrs.] 1805-1878.

Memoirs of Elleanor Eldridge.

Providence, B.T. Albro, printer. 1838

128 p.; front. (port.); 14 cm.



Reel: 84, No. 1403
[McDougall, Frances Harriet (Whipple), Greene, Mrs.] 1805-1878.

Memoirs of Elleanor Eldridge.

Providence, B.T. Albro, printer. 1845

127 p.; incl. front., (port.).; 14.5 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1404
McElroy, E.P.

The sewing circles: a composition read before the Bowdoin literary association, of Dorchester, at their annual exhibition, Tuesday evening, March 25, 1856.

Boston, W. White, printer. 1856

Printed at request.; 31 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 113, No. 1995
McGee, Thomas D'Arcy, 1825-1868.

Canadian ballads, and occasional verses.

Montreal, J. Lovell; [etc., etc.]. 1858

viii, 9-124 p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 113, No. 1997
McGee, Thomas D'Arcy, 1825-1868.

The poems of Thomas D'Arcy McGee.

New York, D. & J. Sadlier & co.; Boston, P.H. Brady; [etc., etc.]. 1869

With copious notes. Also an introduction and biographical sketch, by Mrs. J. Sadlier...; xii p., 1 l., [15]-612 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.



Reel: 113, No. 1998
McGirr, Michael A.

Lays of a laborer.

Towsowntown, Maryland, Printed by Longneckers & Conner. 1868

4, 119 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 113, No. 2000
McGowan, John, 1726-1780.

The life of Joseph, the great grandson of Abraham, in eight books, analogically described.

Hogerstown, Printed by Schnebly & Robertson. 1848

Rev. and enl. by James Sterret; to which is added an appendix, by the assistant compiler, Rev. D. G. Kalb, of Loudon County, Virginia.; 160 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1407
McGraw, Edward M.

Doctor Diablo-Encore; or, The way to cure him.

[Detroit, Mich.]. [1841?]

11 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1405
[McGregor, Duncan, Sir] 1787-1881.

A narrative of the loss of the Kent, by fire, in the Bay of Biscay, on the first of March, 1825.

Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes. 1825

By a passenger.; 96 p.; mount. col. front.; 18 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1406
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

The antediluvians, or The world destroyed; a narrative poem, in ten books.

London, Printed for T.M. Cradock. 1839

2 p.l., xv, 272 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1408
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

The antediluvians, or The world destroyed; a narrative poem, in ten books.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott, & co. 1840

1st American ed.; 1 p.l. xv, [3]-272 p.; 15.5 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1409
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

Feelings of age, to which is added The star of love: poems.

Philadelphia, Banks & brother. 1830

2d ed...; 36 p.; front.; 14 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1410
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

The pleasures of friendship, a poem, in two parts; to which are added a few original Irish melodies.

Pittsburgh, The author. 1822

72, [1] p.



Reel: 85, No. 1411
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

The pleasures of friendship, a poem, in two parts; to which are added a few other poems, and original melodies.

Philadelphia, A.R. Poole. 1825

96 p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1412
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

The pleasures of friendship, and other poems.

Philadelphia, Grigg & Elliott. 1836

7th American ed. ...; 1 pl., 7-216 p.; front.; 15.5 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1415
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

The pleasures of friendship, and other poems.

Philadelphia, J. Grigg. 1828

3rd. American ed. ...; 120 p.; front.; 15 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1413
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

The pleasures of friendship, and other poems.

Philadelphia, J. Grigg. 1830

4th American ed. ...; vi p., 2 l., [13]-200 p.; front.; 15 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1414
McHenry, James, 1785-1845.

Waltham: an American revolutionary tale.

New-York, E. Bliss & E. White. 1823

In three cantos.; ix p., 1 l., [13]-70 p.; 15.5 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1416
McIntosh, Matthew.

Original poems, descriptive, social, moral, and sacred.

Pittsburgh [A.A. Anderson, printer]. 1846

With a brief autobiographical sketch of his life.; xii, [13]-120 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1417
McJilton, John Nelson, 1805-1875.

Poems.


Boston, Otis, Broaders & co.; New York, Wiley and Putnam [etc., etc.]. 1840

xi, [13]-360 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1418
McJilton, John Nelson, 1805-1875.

The triumph of liberty: a poem delivered before the convention of associated literary and scientific societies at the celebration of the anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1838.

Baltimore. 1838

29 p.


Reel: 86, No. 1419
McJimsey, William, 1797-1881.

Hebrew melodies, a new version.

New York. 1859

1 p.l., 259 (i.e. 319), [1] p.; plates.; 23 cm.; Sixty pages of another collection of translations, numbered consecutively, inserted in small sections.; Three steel engravings inserted, one from the Parlor annual of which McJimsey was editor.



Reel: 114, No. 2003
McJimsey, William, 1797-1881.

The lessons of nature and of life.

Nyack, New York, Printed at the "City and country" office. 1867

No. 2. A poem on the Hudson, descriptive and historical. With notes.; 20, [4] p.; 24 cm.



Reel: 114, No. 2004
McJimsey, William, 1797-1881.

The memory of Humboldt.

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

A poem on the occasion of the unveiling of the statue of Alexander von Humbolt, on the celebration of his centennial birthday in the Central park, city of New York, Sept. 14, 1869.; [3] p.



Reel: 114, No. 2005
McJimsey, William, 1797-1881.

The memory of the Sabbath; a poem.

Baltimore, The author. [c1837]

5 p.l., [9]-96 p.; front. (port.); 23 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1420
McJimsey, William, 1797-1881.

The pilgrim's progress, in verse, with notes.

n.d

8 p.


Reel: 86, No. 1420.1
McJimsey, William, 1797-1881.

The pleasures of religion.

New York, Clark & Sickels, printers. 1853

A poem.; 32 p.; plates.; 23 cm.



Reel: 114, No. 2006
McJimsey, William, 1797-1881.

Thompsonville; or, The valley of the Connecticut: a poem.

New York. 1847

22 p.


Reel: 86, No. 1421
McKeever, Harriet Burn, 1807-1886.

Twilight musings and other poems.

Philadelphia, Willis P. Hazard. 1857

xii, 13-263 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 114, No. 2011
McKeever, Harriet Burn, 1807-1886.

The Woodeliff children.

Philadelphia, J.P. Skelly & co. 1868

ix-xvi, 17-248 p.; front., plates.; 18 cm.



Reel: 114, No. 2012
[McKeever, Harriet Burn] 1807-1886.

Jesus on earth.

Philadelphia, Presbyterian publication committee; New York, A.D.F. Randolph. [c1866]

With eight illustrations in oil colors.; 64 p.; incl. col. front., col. plates.; 20 cm.; Includes poetry.



Reel: 114, No. 2009
[McKeever, Harriet Burn] 1807-1886.

Little Red Cloak.

Philadelphia, Presbyterian publication committee; New York, A.D.F. Randolph. [c1866]

With eight illustrations in oil colors [by W.L. Sheppard]; 64 p.; incl. col. plates.; 20 x 15.5 cm.



Reel: 114, No. 2010
McKillop, Archibald.

Temperance odes and miscellaneous poems.

Quebec. 1860

96 p.; 16 cm.; P. 1-2 partly torn away.



Reel: 114, No. 2016
McLachlan, Alexander, 1820-1896.

The emigrant, and other poems.

Toronto, Rollo & Adams; New York, London & Edinburgh, A. Fullarton & co. 1861

[7]-236 p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 114, No. 2017
McLachlan, Alexander, 1820-1896.

Lyrics.


Toronto, A.H. Amour & co. 1858

151, iii p.; 18.5 cm.



Reel: 114, No. 2018
McLachlan, Alexander, 1820-1896.

Poems.


Toronto, John C. Geikie. 1856

191, [1] p.; 19 cm.; "1st edition," pencilled inside front cover.



Reel: 114, No. 2019
McLachlan, James.

Inhumanity, a poem in 3 parts.

Montreal, Printed by J. Lovell. 1868

40 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 115, No. 2020
McLaughlin, Edward Augustus, 1798-1861.

The lovers of the deep; in four cantos; to which is added a variety of miscellaneous poems.

Cincinnati, E. Lucas. 1841

x p., 1 l., [13]-312 p.; front. (port.); 18.5 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1425
[McLaughlin, James Fairfax] 1839-1903.

The American Cyclops, the hero of New Orleans, and spoiler of silver spoons.

Baltimore, Kelly & Piet. 1868

Dubbed LL.D. by Pasquino.; 27 p.; 12 p. l. (incl. front.); 20 x 16 cm.; Printed on one side of leaf only.; The illustrations are etchings by Dr. A.J. Volck.



Reel: 115, No. 2021
McLellan, Isaac, 1806-1899.

The fall of the indian, with other poems.

Boston, Carter and Hendee. 1830

99 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1426
McLellan, Isaac, 1806-1899.

Mount Auburn, and other poems.

Boston, W.D. Ticknor. 1843

3 p.l., [3]-156 p.; 16.5 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1427
[McLellan, Isaac] 1806-1899.

The year, with other poems.

Boston, Carter and Hendee. 1832

By the author of "The fall of the Indian", &c. A New Year's gift.; 2 p.l., 60 p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1428
McLellan, Rufus Carles.

The foundling; or, Yankee fidelity.

Philadelphia, Printed by King & Baird. 1839

A drama, in two acts.; 68 p.; 14.5 cm.



Reel: 86, No. 1429
McMasters, Julia Russell (Bowers), 1821-1879.

Silver pictures.

Philadelphia, H. Cowperthwait & co. 1856

64 p.; 18.5 cm.; Poems, on a lost child.



Reel: 115, No. 2023
McNair, John.

Eighty original poems; secular and sacred, and chiefly adapted to the times.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, J.E. Barr. 1865

263 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 115, No. 2025
McNaughton, John Hugh, 1829-1891.

'Babble Brook' songs.

Boston, Ditson & co. 1864

235, [1] p.



Reel: 115, No. 2026
[McNemar, Richard] 1770-1839.

A concise answer to the general inquiry, who or what, are the Shakers.

First printed at Union Village, Ohio, Reprinted at Enfield, N.H. 1813 [i.e. 1823]; 1825

And at St. Albans, Vermont, 1829. J. Spooner, printer.; 16 p.; 9 cm.



Reel: 87, No. 1434
[McNemar, Richard] 1770-1839.

A concise answer, to the general enquiry, who, or what are the Shakers.

Printed at Stockbridge [Mass?]. 1826

14, [2] p.; 15 cm.



Reel: 87, No. 1435
[McNemar, Richard] 1770-1839.

A concise answer, to the general inquiry, who, or what are the Shakers.

First printed at Union Village, Ohio, Reprinted at Enfield, N.H. 1823; 1825

Albon Chase, printer.; 14 p.; 9 cm.



Reel: 87, No. 1433
[McNemar, Richard] 1770-1839.

A concise answer, to the general inquiry, who, or what are the Shakers.

Union Village [Ohio]. 1825

8 p.


Reel: 86, No. 1432
McNulty, Rob Roy McGregor, 1844-1915.

To the class of sixty-seven of Washington and Jefferson college.

New York. 1867

59 p.


Reel: 115, No. 2027
M'Conochie, James R.

Leisure hours.

Louisville, Ky., Prentice and Weissinger. 1846

xii p., 1 l., 275, [1] p.; 16.5 cm.



Reel: 85, No. 1401
McPherson, John, 1817-1845.

Poems, descriptive and moral.

Halifax, N.S. 1862

styled by himself "Harp of Acadia."; 250 p.



Reel: 115, No. 2029
Mcuffey, Charles D.

Poem and address delivered before the Psi Upsilon Fraternity in Hopkins' Music Hall, Cincinnati, at the 34th annual convention, also Address of James Strong, at Middletown, Conn., at 33rd convention.

Cincinnati, Caleb Clark, printer. 1868

23, 10 p.; illus.; 24 cm.; Poem by Charles D. McGuffey; address by Isaac C. Collins.



Reel: 114, No. 2001
Meacham, A.G.

Sumner; a poem.

Rushville, Illinois. November, 1856

16 p.; The lines were suggested by the affair of Brook's attack upon Senator Sumner.--Dedication.




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