Reel: 159, No. 2847 Simmons, James Wright, b. 1790.
The maniac's confession, a fragment of a tale.
Philadelphia, M. Thomas. 1821
xi, 219 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 126, No. 2140 Simmons, James Wright, b. 1800.
Blue Beard, or The marshal of France.
Reel: 125, No. 2131 Simmons, James Wright, b. 1800.
The exile's return, with other pieces.
Reel: 126, No. 2135 [Simmons, William Hayne] 1784-1870.
Alasco, an Indian tale: two cantos; with other poems.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1857
Published for the author.; 141 p.; 18.5 cm.; "The ensuing fragment of an Indian tale formed part of a poem, of which the plan extended to twelve cantos..."--Pref.; Much corrected and enlarged edition of the author's "Onea: an Indian tale" (cf. p. 56), which was printed as "Canto the first" in Charleston, 1820.
Reel: 159, No. 2848 [Simmons, William Hayne] 1784-1870.
Reel: 126, No. 2145 Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870.
The vision of Cortes, Cain, and other poems.
Charleston, J.S. Burges. 1829
151 p.; 15.5 cm.
Reel: 126, No. 2146 [Simms, William Gilmore] 1806-1870.
New York, J. & J. Harper. 1832
A story of the sea; in three parts ...; 80 p.; 22 cm.
Reel: 126, No. 2142 [Simms, William Gilmore] 1806-1870.
The book of my lady.
Boston, Allen & Ticknor. 1833
A melange. By a bachelor knight ...; 3 p.l., -334 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 126, No. 2143 [Simms, William Gilmore] 1806-1870.
Donna Florida, a tale.
Reel: 125, No. 2133 [Simms, William Gilmore] 1806-1870.
Grouped thoughts and scattered fancies.
Reel: 126, No. 2136 [Simms, William Gilmore] 1806-1870.
Southern passages and pictures.
New York. 1839, c38
Reel: 126, No. 2138 [Simms, William Gilmore] 1806-1870.
The Tri-Color; or, The three days of blood, in Paris.
With some other pieces [by an American citizen.]; 75 p.; 22 cm.
Reel: 126, No. 2139 Simon, Barbara Anne, Mrs.
Evangelical review of modern genius; or, Truth & error contrasted.
New-York, D.A. Borrenstein. 1823
116 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 126, No. 2147 [Simonds, William] 1822-1859.
... Jerry, or, The sailor boy ashore.
Being the seventh-a-fragment in the series of the "Aimwell Stories ..." To which is added a memoir of the author, with a likeness.; 224 p.; front. (port.); 17 cm.; Added engraved t.-p: The Aimwell Stories.; Contains poetry.
Reel: 160, No. 2852 Simple rhymes for little children.
Philadelphia, American Sunday-school union. [c1832]
Written for the American Sunday-school union, and revised by the Committee of Publication.; 17 p.; illus.; 15 cm.
Reel: 126, No. 2148 [Simpson, John B.].
Memorials of the Civil service rifle corps.
Ottawa, Hunter, Rose & co. 1867
118 p.; 15 cm.; Includes verse.; Signed: J.B.S. Ottawa, December 24, 1866.
Reel: 160, No. 2853 [Simpson, Sophia S.].
Aunt Sophie's stories.
Boston, O. Clapp. 1859
A christmas and birthday gift, for our children.; 80 p.; front.; 15 cm.; Prose and poetry.
Reel: 160, No. 2854 Simson, Letitia F.
Flowers of the year, and other poems.
Saint John, N.B., J & A. McMillan. 1869
vii, -103 p.; 19 cm.; List of subscribers appended.
Reel: 160, No. 2855 Sinclair, Carrie Bell, b. 1839.
Augusta, Georgia, H.D. Norrell. 1860
viii, 9-160 p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 160, No. 2856 Singleton, J.
A description of the West Indies.
London, Printed and sold by James Marks, bookseller, in St. Martin's lane, near Charing Cross. 1777
The U.S. Brig. Enterprise of 14 guns, commanded by lieut. William Burrows, took after an engagement of 45 minutes, the British Brig. of War Boxer, of 18 guns. Capt. Blyth, who with about 50 of his men were killed and wounded. Lieut. Burrows and one man killed and seven wounded.; broadside.
Reel: 62, No. 1824 Skeel, Thomas.
A discourse on the nature, properties, and conversion of the soul.
Bennington, Vt., Printed by William Haswell. 1811
36 p.; "The mourning soul": p. 35-36.
Reel: 62, No. 1825 A Sketch of events in the life of George Law, published in advance of his biography.
New York, J.C. Derby. 1855
Also, extracts from the public journals.; 96 p.; 18 cm.; Portrait on p. 2 of cover.