A pastoral address, subsequent to confirmation. edited, with additions by his son.; 3 p.l., [v]-viii, -74 p.; 12 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 160 Beebee, Samuel, ca.1660-1741.
An answer to Mr. Wadsworth's book; intituled, The Lord's day proved to be the Christian sabbath.
America, Printed for the author. 1722
To which is added a tragical and typical poem, concerning Joseph and his brethren. Together with Pharoah's dreams, poetically and metahporically[!] handled, with other useful poems.; 108 p.; 15 cm.; Partial Contents:--The author's prayer, p. 89--A three-fold cord; or, Treble obligation to love the Lord Jesus Christ, p. -106.--An hymn on the Lord's supper, p. 106-107.--Another hymn, or Consolatory meditation upon a sickbed, p. 107-108.
Reel: 6, No. 163 Beecher, Charles.
The Incarnation; or, Pictures of the Virgin and her son.
New York, Harper & brothers. 1849
With an introductory essay, by Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. [1st edition]; ix p., 1l., -227 p.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 161 The Bees of St. Simon's.
Savannah, Press of Locke and Davis. 1843
23,  p.; 24 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 162 Belcher, Joseph, 1749-1859.
Poetical sketches of biblical subjects; partly original, partly selected from our most esteemed poets.
298 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 163 Belding, John.
Spiritual songs, composed and published by John and Sally Belding.
Pawtucket [R.I.] H. & J.E. Rousmaniere. 1836
43,  p.; 14 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 164 Belisle, David W.
The parterre: a collection of flowers culled by the wayside.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott and co. 1849
128 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 165 Belknap, Jeremy, 1744-1798.
A discourse intended to commemorate the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus; delivered at the request of the Historical Society in Massachusetts, on the 23rd day of October, 1792, being the completion of the third century since that memorable event.
To which are added four dissertations, connected with various parts of the discourse...; 132 p.; 21 cm.; Contents.--A discourse on the discovery of America.--Ode for the 23rd of October, 1792, p. 56-58.
Reel: 6, No. 165 [Belknap, Jeremy] 1744-1798.
An eclogue occasioned by the death of the Reverend Alexander Cumming, on the 25th of August, A.D. 1763, aetat 37.
Boston, Printed by D. & F. Kneeland for J. Edwards, in Cornhill. 1763
Reel: 6, No. 166 Bell, Helen, fl. 1869.
Man's castastrophe, and other poems.
Middlebury, [Vt.], Printed at the Register Office. 1869
43 p.; 20 cm.; Cover title: Helen Bell's poems.
Reel: 15, No. 250 The Belle's complete letter writer.
Containing a choice collection of sentiments, in original and selected poetry.; 32 p.; 11 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 166 Bellew, Frank, 1828-1888.
The art of amusing.
New York, Carleton; London, S. Low, son & co. 1866
Being a collection of graceful arts, merry games, odd tricks, curious puzzles, and new charades. Together with suggestions for private theatricals, tableaux, and all sorts of parlor and family amusements. With nearly 150 illustrations by the author.; , vi-302,  p.; illus., 12 plates.; 19 cm.; Halftitle.; 8 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 15, No. 251 Bellows, Henry Whitney, 1814-1882.
A discourse occasioned by the death of William Ellery Channing, D. D.
New York, C.S. Francis & company. 1842
Pronounced before the Unitarian societies of New York and Brooklyn, in the Church of the Messiah, October 13th, 1842...; iv, -28 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 167 Bellows, Henry Whitney, 1814-1882.
Relation of Christianity to human nature.
Boston, W. Crosby and H. P. Nichols. 1847
A sermon preached at the ordination of Mr. Frederick N. Knapp, as colleague pastor of the First Congregational church in Brookline, Mass, on Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1847.; 1 p.l., 47 p.; 24 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 168 Bellows, Henry Whitney, 1814-1882.
A sermon preached at the installation of Adams Ayer, as associate pastor of the Unitarian society in Charlestown, N.H., June 7, 1855.
Brattleboro [Vt.] O.H. Platt. 1855
... with the Charge, Right hand of fellowship and Address to the people ...; 32 p.
Reel: 15, No. 252 Belshaw, Robert Redman.
Ode to Washington.
[Broadside poem (clipping) from an old scrapbook]; Unpaged.
Reel: 8, No. 168.1 Bemis, Stephen, 1774-1828.
Coquet turned preacher; or a true copy, of a series of letters, to a young lady in Westminster.
16 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 167 Ben Asaph, pseud.
The moriad; or, End of the Jewish state.
a Christian Jew of the third century. Translated from the Syriac Hebrew, by Anslem Korlstoff.; 261, xi p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 15, No. 253 Benedict, Alanson, 1798-1833.
A valedictory poem, delivered in the chapel of Yale college, 18 July, 1821.
New Haven. 1821
Reel: 8, No. 169 Benedict, David, 1779-1874.
A poem delivered in Taunton, September 16th, 1807, at the anniversary election of the Philandrian society.
Boston, Belcher & Armstrong, printers. 1807
19 p.; 21 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 168 [Benedict, David] 1779-1874.
The watery war; or, a poetical description of the existing controversy between the Pedobaptists and Baptists on the subject and mode of baptism, by John of Enon. [pseud.].
Boston, Printed and sold by Manning & Loring. 1808
Reel: 6, No. 169 Benedict, Erastus Cornelius, 1800-1880, comp. and tr.
By the author of A plea for literature.; 28 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 172 Bergh, Henry, 1823-1886.
"Married off": (a New port sketch).
New York, Carleton, Publisher (late Rudd & Carleton). 1862
, 6-73 p.; illus., 2 plates.
Reel: 16, No. 268 Bergrath, Innocent A., tr.
Aner's return; or, The migration of a soul.
New York, P. O'Shea. 
An allegorical tale. By Alto S. Hoermann, O.S.B., translated from the original German.; 294, vi p.; 19.5 cm.; 6 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 16, No. 269 Berlin (Mass.).
Memorial record of the soldiers of Berlin, in the great rebellion, with the exercises at the dedication of the tablets of the deceased, Memorial hall, and the Town house, Wednesday, March 2d, 1870, Berlin, Mass.
Clinton, Printed by W.J. Coulter. 1870
46 p.; 23 cm.; "Address accepting the building. By Hon. Wm. Bassett,"  p., inserted between p. 8 and 9.; Includes a poem, by Josiah Bride.
Reel: 17, No. 270 Bernard, of Cluny, 12th cent.
The celestial country.
New York, E.P. Dutton. [c1868]
From the rhythm of St. Bernard. Translated by Rev. John Mason Neale, D.D. ...; 20 p.; 17 cm.; "This reprint follows the seventh English edition, where the translator's work was revised by himself for the last time."; Illustrated t.-p.
Reel: 17, No. 271 Bernard, of Cluny, 12th cent.
The celestial country, by Bernard de Morlaix.
Charleston, S.C., J. Russell. 1870
Translated by J. M. Neale.; 31 p.; music 14 cm.; Cover title.; Translation of a portion of the author's De contemptu mundi.
Reel: 17, No. 272 Berni, Francesco, 1497?-1535.
The enchanted lake of the Fairy Morgana.
New York, Printed and published by Isaac Riley and Co. Lexitypographic office. 1806
From the Orlando inamorato of Francesco Berni.; vii, 67 p.; front.; 22 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 173 [Berquin, Arnaud] 1749-1791.
The looking-glass for the mind; or The juvenile friend, being a valuable collection of interesting and miscellaneous incidents, calculated to exhibit to young minds the happy effects of youthful innocence, and filial affection, in prose and verse; designed to improve and amuse the rising generation.
Philadelphia, Printed and published by John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut street. 1819
iv, 271 p.; front., illus.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 7, No. 174 Berry, Ira, b. 1801.
The canonization of Santa Clause.
Portland, Me., Berry, Printer. [1870?]
Christmas Eve, 1870.; 12 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 17, No. 273 Berry, Sarah W.
The May flower, as exhibited by the S. P. society of the New Jerusalem church, at Mechanic's hall, May 1, 1867.
Portland, Stephen Berry. 1867
, 12,  p.; 19 cm.; Cover-title.; 1 page of publisher's notices at beginning and 2 pages at end of book.
Reel: 17, No. 274 Best, Larry.
The planet: a song of a distant world.
Cambridge, printed at the Riverside Press. 1869
, 161 p.; Half-title.
Reel: 17, No. 275 Beta Theta Phi.
Address by Edward B. Stevens, and poem by Rev. John Hogarth Lazier, delivered before the national convention of the Beta Theta Phi, July 8th., 1869.
Chicago, Press of Church, Goodman and Donnelley. 1869
The life, doctrine, and sufferings of our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; as recorded by the four Evangelists; with moral reflections, critical illustrations, and explanatory notes by the Reverend Henry Rutter.
New York, Johnson, Fry & co. [1845?]
New ed., rev. & cor.; 3 p.l., -535 p.; front., plates. 28 cm.
The Psalms of David; imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. By I. Watts.
Newburyport, Published for West & Richardson, R.P. & C. Williams, Boston; Bill Blake & Co., Bellows Falls, Vermont; J. Milligan, Georgetown, (Col.) and E.W. Allen, Newburyport; William Hastings, printer. 1818