American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index

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Temple, Charles C.

Popular delusions, an address delivered before the Gardner library association of Dorchester, February 11, 1857.

Boston. 1857

31 p.; 25 cm.

Reel: 170, No. 3072
Temple, George.

The American tourist's pocket companion; or, A guide to the springs, and trip to the lakes; with directions for five dirrerent aggreeable summer excursions.

New York: Published by D. Longworth, no. 11 Park. Largin & Thompson, printers. 1812

Also, a poetical address to the nymphs of Saratoga Mineral Springs, interspered with several original anecdotes and pieces in prose and verse.; 114 p., 7 l.

Reel: 68, No. 1954
Ten dialogues on the effects of ardent spirits.

New York, American tract society. 1850

32 p.; illus.; 15 cm.

Reel: 136, No. 2320
The Ten little niggers.

New York, McLoughlin bros. [1875?]

12 leaves.; illus.; 27 cm.; In verse, with music.

Reel: 170, No. 3073
[Tenny, Lydia].

Message from Edgar A. Poe.

Newburyport, Mass., Daily Herald. 1852

[1] p.; 30 cm.; "Message and a poem, purporting to have issued from the spirit of Edgar A. Poe."; Article in the Newburyport Daily Herald, February 2, 1852, reprinted from the Springfield Republican.

Reel: 170, No. 3074
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, 1st baron, 1809-1892.

Maud, and other Poems.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1855

160 p.; 18.5 cm.; 1st edition, London, 1855.; Inscribed: [Sarah Helen] Whitman from William D. O'Connor. Notes on flyleaf and throughout book.

Reel: 170, No. 3075
Teone: or, The magic maid.

Milwaukee. 1862

By Rusco [pseud.]; 259 p.; 17.5 cm.; In verse.; Copyrighted by Mary Ann Smith.

Reel: 170, No. 3076
Terry, Ezekiel, 1775-1829.

Memoirs of the life and character of the late Rev. George Atwell.

Palmer: Printed by Ezekiel Terry. 1815

144 p.

Reel: 68, No. 1956
[Terry, John Orville] 1796-1869.

The poems of J. O. T., consisting of songs, satire and pastoral descriptions, chiefly depicting the scenery, and illustrating the manners and customs of the ancient and present inhabitants of Long-island.

New York, G.F. Nesbitt, printer. 1850

292 p.; 15.5 cm.

Reel: 136, No. 2321
Testut, Charles, 1819?-1892?.

Fleurs d'éte: poésies.

Nouvelle-Orléans. 1851

xv, [4], 20-183 p., 3 l.; 24 cm.

Reel: 170, No. 3077
Thatcher, Benjamin Bussey, 1809-1840.

Memoir of Phillis Wheatley, a native African and a slave.

Boston, G. W. Light; New York, Moore and Payne [etc.]. 1834

36 p.; front. (port.); 14.5 cm.

Reel: 136, No. 2322
Thatcher, William.

A battle between truth and error humbly addressed to the candid lovers of truth.

Middletown, Conn., Printed by T. & J.B. Dunning. 1808

48 p.

Reel: 68, No. 1958
Thaxter, Adam Wallace, 1832-1864.

A poem delivered before the Iadma of Harvard college, Thursday, June 27, 1850.

Cambridge, Metcalf and company. 1850

38 p.; 17.5 cm.

Reel: 136, No. 2323
Thayer, Caroline Matilda (Warren), Mrs., d. 1844.

Religion recommended to youth in a series of letters addressed to a young lady.

New York, J. Soule and T. Mason, for the Methodist Episcopal church in the United States. 1837

To which are added, poems on various occasions.; 157 p.; 13 cm.

Reel: 136, No. 2324
Thayer, Caroline Matilda (Warren), Mrs., d. 1844.

Religion recommended to youth in a series of letters addressed to a young lady; to which are added poems on various occasions.

New York. 1844

157 p.

Reel: 136, No. 2325
Thayer, Caroline Matilda (Warren), Mrs., d. 1844.

Religion recommended to youth, in a series of letters addressed to a young lady.

New York: Published by J. Soule and T. Mason, for the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States; J. & J. Harper, printers. 1818

To which are added, poems on various occasions. 2d ed.; 215 p.; Poems on various occasions ... p. [157]-215.

Reel: 68, No. 1961
Thayer, Caroline Matilda (Warren), Mrs., d. 1844.

Religion recommended to youth, in a series of letters, addressed to a young lady.

New York: Published by J. Soule and T. Mason, for the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States. A. Paul, printer. 1819

To which are added, poems on various occasions. 3d ed.; 220 p.; Poems on various occasions ... p. [159]-220.

Reel: 68, No. 1962
Thayer, Isaac, d. 1825, defendant.

The life, trial, condemnation, and dying address, of the three Thayers! Who were executed for the murder of John Love, at Buffalo.

Printed by the publisher. [1825?]

16 p.; 23 cm.

Reel: 136, No. 2326
Thayer, Thomas Baldwin, 1812-1886.

Over the river; or, Pleasant walks into the valley of Shadows, and beyond.

Boston. 1865

272 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 170, No. 3078
Thayer, William Makepeace, 1820-1898.

Original hymn.

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

(In Phillips academy, Andover, Massachusetts. Order of exercises at exhibition, Andover, Mass., July 25, 1854. p. 4).

Reel: 134, No. 2422
Thayer, William Makepeace, 1820-1898.

Pastor's wedding gift.

Boston, J.P. Jewett. 1854

111 p.; incl. front.; Wedding certificate included.

Reel: 171, No. 3079
The Theban club; or The Wall street critics; a satire, republished from the American monthly magazine, by J. Mortimer.

Philadelphia. 1824

15 p.

Reel: 136, No. 2327
Theresa, pseud.

The breechiad.

Boston: Printed by Belcher and Armstrong. 1807

A poem.; 22 p., 1 l.

Reel: 68, No. 1965
[Thiéry, Charles].

Le travailleur de l'ombre.

[San Francisco]. [1869]

9 p.; 25 cm.; Imperfect: t.p. lacking.; Cover title.

Reel: 171, No. 3080
Thistle, T.

Rough and ready rhymes; a democratic poem in cantos.

Philadelphia. 1848

74 p.

Reel: 136, No. 2328
Thomas Moorehead, a ship-wreck'd mariner, who subsisted fifty-one days on the bodies of his comrades.

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

Taken off the wreck by the ship Monticello, and arrived at New-York, the beginning of May, 1809.; broadside.

Reel: 68, No. 1970
[Thomas, Abel Charles] 1807-1880.

Allegories and divers day dreams.

Lowell. 1841

68 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2329
[Thomas, Abel Charles] 1807-1880.

The beauties of Armino-Calvinism, or, The story of Deacon Caleb Comfort.

New York. 1833

To which is added, The vision of Deacon Peter Pious.; 36 p.; 15 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2330
[Thomas, Abel Charles] 1807-1880.

The gospel of slavery: a primer of freedom.

New York, T.W. Strong. [c1864]

By Iron Gray [pseud.]...; [28] p.; illus.; 17 cm.; In verse.

Reel: 171, No. 3082
Thomas, Daniel.

A poem delivered in Middleborough September 8th, A.D. 1802 at the anniversary election of the Philandrian society.

Wrentham, Mass.: Printed by Nathaniel Heaton. Jun., 1802

12 p.

Reel: 68, No. 1967
Thomas, Frederick William, 1806-1866.

The beechen tree.

New York, Harper and brothers. 1844

A tale: told in rhyme.; 95 p.; 19.5 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2331
[Thomas, Frederick William] 1806-1866.

The emigrant, or, Reflections while descending the Ohio.

Cincinnati, A. Flash. 1833

A poem...; vi, [7]-48 p.; 20.5 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2332
Thomas, G.F., comp.

...Appleton's illustrated railway and steam navigation guide.

New York. c1868

together with ... anecdotes and incidents of travel...; 360 p.; 18 cm.; illus. maps.

Reel: 171, No. 3083
Thomas, Hugh Evan, 1830-1889.

Mel my fyrdod: pregethau, traethodan, barddoniaeth ac amrywiaethau.

Utica. 1882

348 p.; front. port.; 19 cm.; Contains poetry.

Reel: 171, No. 3084
Thomas, James.

The miscellaneous poems, together with some of the prose composition of James Thomas.

Rutland [Vt.] Herald Office Print. 1831

cover-title, 24 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2334
Thomas, Jessie Burgess? 1806-1850.

The incarnation and miscellaneous poems, also Infidelity, a tale of the Revolution.

Covington [Ky.]. 1844

96 p.

Reel: 137, No. 2335
Thomas, John.

The origin and course of intemperance: a poem, in five cantos.

New York, Burnett & Smith. 1832

xiv, [15]-59 p.; front.; 17.5 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2336
Thomas, Joseph, 1791-1835.

The life, travels, and gospel labors of Eld. Joseph Thomas, more widely known as the "White pilgrim;" to which are added his poems: religious, moral and satirical.

New York, M. Cummings. 1861

vi, [7]-266 p., 1 l. incl. front. (port.) p.l. 15.5 cm.; On cover: The White pilgrim.

Reel: 171, No. 3085
Thomas, Joseph, 1791-1835.

The pilgrim's hymn book, consisting of hymns and spiritual songs designed for the public worship of God.

Winchester, Va.: Printed by J. Foster. 1816

206 p.

Reel: 68, No. 1968
Thomas, Joseph, 1791-1835.

A poetical descant on the primeval and present state of mankind; or, The pilgrim's muse.

Winchester, Va., J. Foster, printer. 1816

219, [1] p.

Reel: 68, No. 1969
Thomas, Lewis Foulk.

Inda, a legend of the lakes; with other poems.

St. Louis, V. Ellis. 1842

[2], 132 p.

Reel: 137, No. 2333
Thomas, Lewis Foulk, 1808-1868.

Cortez, the conqueror.

Washington, D.C., B.W. Ferguson. 1857

A tragedy in five acts [founded on the conquest of Mexico],; viii, [9]-73, [1] p., 1 l. 22.5 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3086
Thomas, Lewis Foulk, 1808-1868.

Rhymes of the routs, in Mexico.

Washington, D.C., W. Adam. 1847

also, Midsummer day's dream: by Thomas S. Donoho...; 16 p.; 24 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2337
[Thomas, Mary Grafton].

The mother's dream, and other poems, by Enrica.

Philadelphia. 1860

94 p.; 25 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3087
Thomas, Mrs. [of California].

Mary Ann Hopkins; or, the Sunday-school girl, who was the instrument of her father's conversion.

New York. [c1856]

54 p.; incl. front.; 14 cm.; "Poetic version", pgs. 47-54.

Reel: 171, No. 3081
[Thomas, S.B.].

To Abraham Avery, esq.

[Wilbraham]. [1865]

Thoughts suggested from your interesting description of the paintings which adorn your parlor walls...; [8] p.; 20 cm.; Text within red line border.; Poem.

Reel: 171, No. 3088
Thomas, Thomas Ebenezer, 1812-1875.

The scrap book of Thomas E. Thomas.

[Cincinnati, Hamilton, etc., Ohio]. [1830-1845]

1 vol.; 20 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2338
Thompson, Abraham.

Poems on the most solemn subjects.

[New Haven] Printed for the author. [1790]

24 p.

Reel: 68, No. 1972
Thompson, Alexander Ramsay, 1822-1895.

A tribute to the memory of the Rev. George W. Bethune, D.D.

New York. 1862

20 p.

Reel: 171, No. 3089
Thompson, Amira (Carpenter), Mrs.

The lyre of Tioga.

Geneva, N.Y., Printed for the author by J. Bogert. 1829

180 p.; 16 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2339
Thompson, Ann Stuart.

Miscellaneous poems.

London, Hamilton, Adams & co.; [etc., etc.]. 1864

xii, 294 p.; 17 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3090
Thompson, Daniel Pierce, 1795-1868.

History of the town of Montpelier, from the time it was first chartered in 1781 to the year 1860.

Montpelier, E.P. Walton, printer. 1860

Together with biographical sketches of its most noted deceased citizens. Written in accordance with a vote of the town in March meeting, 1859.; viii, [9]-312 p.; front. (port.); 22.5 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3091
Thompson, George Western, 1806-1888.

In spem.

Wheeling, West Virginia, J.W. Heiskell. 1870

21 p.; 18 cm.; Poem, "from 'Phon, an epic-drama of life, death and immortality'." cf. p. [3].

Reel: 171, No. 3093
Thompson, George, d. 1893.

The prison bard: or, Poems on various subjects.

Dayton, Ohio, Printed at the United brethren printing establishment. 1858

vi, 7-213 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3092
Thompson, George, d. 1893.

The prison bard: or, Poems on various subjects.

Hartford, Printed by W.H. Burleigh. 1848

For four years and eleven months a prisoner in Missouri, for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty. Written in prison...; iv, [5]-215 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2340
[Thompson, Jane (Tonge), Mrs.].

Solitary musings.

[Washington?]. [1826?]

19 p.; 23 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2341
Thompson, John Reuben, 1823-1873.

Patriotism: a poem delivered before the convention of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, at Carusi's Salon, Washington, D.C., January 3, 1856, by Jno. R. Thompson, esq.

Richmond. 1856

In Oration and poem delivered before the Delta Kappa Epsilon in ... Washington, January 3, 1856.; Contains author's handwriting.

Reel: 171, No. 3094
Thompson, John Reuben, 1823-1873.

Poem read before the alumni of the University of Virginia, July 1, 1869.

Richmond. 1870

12 p.; 25 cm.; Cover bound in.

Reel: 171, No. 3095
Thompson, John Reuben, 1823-1873.

Poesy: an essay in rhyme.

Washington, Published by the societies. 1859

Delivered before the Enosinian and Philophrenian societies of Columbian college, Washington, D.C., at the Smithsonian institution, on the evening of the 28th of June, 1859.; 16 p.; 22.5 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3096
Thompson, John Reuben, 1823-1873.

Virginia: a poem.

Richmond, Macfarlane & Fergusson. 1856

Delivered before the Virginia Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa society, in the chapel of William and Mary College, Williamsburg, July 3, 1856.; Published by order of the Society.; 12 p.; illus.; 24 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3097
Thompson, Joseph Parrish, 1819-1879.

Bryant Gray: the student, the Christian, the soldier.

New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1864

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

Reel: 171, No. 3098
Thompson, Otis.

A poem delivered in the chapel of Rhode Island College, at the public exhibition of the senior class, Dec. 27, 1797.

[Providence] Published at the request of the students. Printed by B. Wheeler. [1798]

8 p.

Reel: 68, No. 1973
Thompson, Samuel.

Soulful thoughts from kindly pen after three score years and ten.

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

37 p.; port.; 16 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3099
Thompson, William.

The Fayette remembrancer; or, Select pieces, in prose and verse, on moral, literary, and entertaining subjects [including poetic drama and dialogues].

Union-Town, Pa., T. Patton. 1826

96 p.; 16 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2342
Thomson, Charles West, 1798-1879.

Elliner, and other poems.

Philadelphia, Marot & Walter. 1826

viii, 98 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2343
Thomson, Charles West, 1798-1879.

Elliner, and other poems.

Philadelphia: Published by Marot & Walter, no. 87, Market street. 1826

viii, 98 p.

Reel: 68, No. 1974
Thomson, Charles West, 1798-1879.

The love of home, and other poems.

Philadelphia, P. Thomson. 1845

2 p.l., [vii]-x, [11]-120 p.; 18.5 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2344
Thomson, Charles West, 1798-1879.

The sylph, and other poems.

Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Carey. 1828

2 p.l., 110 p.; 16 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2346
Thomson, Charles West, 1798-1879.

The triumph of philanthropy.

Philadelphia. 1820

Respectfully inscribed to the Pennsylvania institution for the Deaf and Dumb.; 34 p.

Reel: 69, No. 2015
Thomson, Charles West, 1798-1879.

The uncertainty of literary fame, a poem read before the Philomathaean society of Pennsylvania college.

[Baltimore]. [1840]

(In The utility of classical studies, Brooke, N.C. 1840. p. 37-48).

Reel: 137, No. 2347
[Thomson, Charles West] 1798-1879.

The phantom barge, and other poems.

Philadelphia, E. Littell. 1822

By the author of "The limner..."; vii, 171 p.; 15 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2345
[Thomson, Charles West] 1798-1879.

The triumph of philanthropy.

Philadelphia. 1820

Respectfully inscribed to the Pennsylvania Institution for the deaf and dumb.; 34 p.

Reel: 68, No. 1975
Thomson, Cyrus, comp.

An abridgement of the life of Dr. Samuel Thomson, founder of the Thomsonian system; his trials and persecutions; including a brief account of the causes which induced him to follow the practice, and to investigate the natural organization and assumed principles of animal and vegetable life; together with practical illustrations of his mode of treatment, of diseases; including much other useful information.

Geddes [N.Y.] N.M.D. Lathrop, printer. 1846

120 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 137, No. 2348
Thomson, Cyrus, comp.

Learned quackery exposed; or, Theory according to art, as exemplified in the practice of the fashionable doctors of the present day.

Syracuse, Lathrop & Dean, printers. 1843

cover-title, iv, 56 p.; illus.; 19 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2349
Thomson, Cyrus, comp.

Learned quackery exposed; or, Theory according to art, as exemplified in the practice of the fashionable doctors of the present day.

Syracuse, Lathrop & Dean, printers. 1844

cover-title, 56 p.; illus.; 19 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2350
[Thomson, Mortimer] 1832-1875.

Doesticks: A poetical letter, from Q.K. Philander Doesticks, P.B. [pseud.] to his younger brother, containing a thousand and one lines.

Detroit, [Privately printed]. 1854

36 p.; 25 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3100
[Thomson, Mortimer] 1832-1875.

Nothing to say: a slight slap at mobocratic snobbery, which has "Nothing to do" with "Nothing to wear.".

New York. 1857

By Q.F. Philander Doesticks, P.B. [pseud.]...; 60 p.; incl. front., plates.; 18 cm.

Reel: 171, No. 3101
[Thomson, Mortimer] 1832-1875.


New York, Livermore & Rudd. 1856

A song that's-by-no-author... Perpetrated by Q.K. Philander Doesticks, P.B. [pseud.]; xxiv p., 1 l., [27]-264 p.; front., illus.; 19 cm.; Comic history of the U.S., written in the style of Longfellow's Hiawatha.

Reel: 172, No. 3102
Thomson, Samuel.

Learned quackery exposed: or, Theory according to art.

[Boston]. [1824]

As exemplified in the practice of the fashionable doctors of the present day.; 23, [1] p.

Reel: 138, No. 2352
Thomson, Samuel.

Learned quackery exposed: or, Theory according to art.

Boston, J.Q. Adams, printer. 1836

As exemplified in the practice of the fashionable doctors of the present day.; 48 p.

Reel: 138, No. 2353
Thomson, Samuel, 1769-1843.

The constitution, rules & regulations to be adopted and practiced by the members of the Friendly Botanic Society at Eastport, Pass. [!] and Portsmouth, N.H.

Portsmouth [N.H.] Printed by S. Whidden. 1812

Together with the preparation of medicine and system of practice, under the nature and operation of the 4 elements by Samuel Thompson [!]; 24 p.; Three poems at end.

Reel: 68, No. 1976
Thomson, Samuel, 1769-1843.

An earnest appeal to the public, showing the misery caused by the fashionable mode of practice of the doctors at the present day; with the fatal effects of using poisons as medicine, and the advantages of following the course pointed out by Nature; using such things only as are the vegetable productions of our own country.

Boston, Printed for the author, by E.G. House. 1824

Cover-title, 36 p.; 17 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2351
Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862.

Letters to various persons.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1865

3 p.l., 229 p.; 19 cm.; First edition.; Editor's notice signed: R.W.E. [i.e. Ralph Waldo Emerson]; Poems: p. [209]-229.

Reel: 172, No. 3103
Thorn, Leonard C.

Our mountain vale, a poem, recently delivered before the Vergennes Lyceum.

Burlington [Vt.] Printed by C. Goodrich. 1854

24 p.; 21 cm.

Reel: 172, No. 3104
Thorneycroft, Thomas, 1822-1903.

A trip to America, by T. Thorneycroft, September 1, 1869.

Wolverhampton, Steen and Blacket, steam printing works. [1869]

59, [1] p.; front. (ports.) 22 plates, map.; 21 cm.; Privately printed.; Frontispiece and plates are mounted photographs.; In verse.

Reel: 172, No. 3105
Thornwell, Emily.

Rainbow around the tomb, or, rays hope for those who mourn.

New York. 1860

282 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 172, No. 3106
Thoughts upon the administration.

[n.p.]. [1840]

A political tract for the home missions. By a democrat [pseud.]...; 28 p.

Reel: 138, No. 2354
The Throne of the Eternal; a poem, by the Hermit of the Mount.

New Haven, Stanley and Chapin. 1841

15 p.; 22 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2355
[Thurber, Charles] 1803-1886.

A heart offering to the memory of the loved and the lost.

Boston, Press of G.C. Rand. 1853

259 p.; front. (port.); 18.5 cm.; Poems in memory of his wife, child and other relatives and friends.; "Not published." cf. Pref., signed: Charles Thurber.

Reel: 172, No. 3108
[Thurber, Charles] 1803-1886.

Our Charlie: a memorial.

Cambridge [Mass.] Printed at the Riverside press. 1863

By his father.; xi p., 1 l., 377 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.; "Not published ... Printed for private distribution." --Pref., p. vii.; In verse.

Reel: 172, No. 3109
[Thurber, Charles] 1803-1886.

A poem delivered at the commencement dinner of the alumni of Brown University, September 5th, 1855, in the retirement of Dr. Wayland from the Presidency, by a member of the class of 1827.

[n.p.]. [1855]

8 p.; 25 cm.; No t.-p.

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