American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index

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Reel: 172, No. 3110
Thurston, Elizabeth A.

The little wrinkled old man: a Christmas extravaganza.

Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1866

And other trifles.; 124 p.; front., plates.; 17.5 cm.

Reel: 172, No. 3111
Thwing, Edward Payson, 1830-1893.

Bible sketches; or, Religious essays and narratives.

Boston. 1854

83 p.; illus.; 19 cm.

Reel: 172, No. 3112
Tillson, John.

Party influences: a political lecture in rhyme, delivered before the Republical Whig association of Ward twelve.

Boston. 1841

at South Boston ... Jan. 7, 1841 ...; 11 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2356
Tilmon, Levin, 1807-1863.

A brief miscellaneous narrative of the more early part of the life of L. Tilmon, pastor of a colored Methodist Congregational church in the city of New York.

Jersey City, W.W. & L.A. Pratt, printers. 1853

1 p. l., 97 p.; 17 cm.; Verso of p. 59 unnumbered and blank.

Reel: 172, No. 3114
Tilton, Theodore, 1835-1907.

Golden haired Gertrude: a story for children.

New York; Tibbals & Whiting. 1865

With illustrations by H.L. Stephens.; 40 p.; front., plates.; 19 cm.

Reel: 172, No. 3116
Tilton, Theodore, 1835-1907.

The king's ring.

New York, Hurd & Houghton. 1867

illustrated by Frank Jones.; 6 l.; 23 cm.; In verse, 8 lines to the page, printed in red, accompanying 6 lithographic illustrations.

Reel: 172, No. 3117
Tilton, Theodore, 1835-1907.

The sexton's tale, and other poems.

New York, Sheldon and co. 1867

3 p.l., 5-173 p.; illus.; 17 cm.; Added t.-p., illus.

Reel: 172, No. 3118
Tilton, Theodore, 1835-1907.

The true church.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1867

Illustrated from the designs by Granville Perkins.; 3 p.l., [9] p.; 1 illus., 8 col., plates.; 23.5 cm.; Poem.

Reel: 172, No. 3119
Tilton, Theodore, 1835-1907.

The two hungry kittens.

New York. 1866

[8] p.; sq. illus.; 25 cm.; Covers bound in.

Reel: 172, No. 3120
[Tilton, Theodore] 1835-1907.

The fly.

New York, Sheldon & co. [1865]

[14] p.; illus., plates.; 17 x 13.5 cm.; Cover-title.; Text begins on p. [2] of cover.; Full page illustrations.; In verse.

Reel: 172, No. 3115
The Times; a poem, addressed to the inhabitants of New-England, and of the state of New-York, particularly on the subject of the present anti-commercial system of the national administration.

Plymouth: Printed for the author. 1809

By Miles Standish, jun.; 27 p.; At head of title: No. 1.

Reel: 69, No. 1981
The Times; a satire.

New York. 1843

20 p.

Reel: 138, No. 2357
Timrod, Henry, 1828-1867.

Agläus, a poem.

[n.p.]. 1869

[5] p.; 23 cm.; Excerpt.

Reel: 172, No. 3121
Timrod, Henry, 1828-1867.


Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1860

iv, 130 p.; 18.5 cm.

Reel: 172, No. 3122
Tipperary warbler, or, The fraud of the dry goods boxes, a play in three acts.

Rochester. 1865

51 p.; illus.; 20 cm.; (Great national drama.).

Reel: 172, No. 3124
Titus, Anson, Rev., b. 1847, comp.

[Personal reminiscences of John G. Whittier.].

[Towanda, Pa.]. [1830]

[Various dates, being lectures, papers and scrap books containing Whittier material of every sort written and gathered together by Rev. Anson Titus formerly pastor of the Universalist church in Amesbury, Mass., and a close friend of the poet.]; [138] p.

Reel: 138, No. 2358
Tizzard, Samuel.

The new Athenian oracle; or, Ladies companion.

Carlisle: From the Press of A. Loudon, (Whitehall). 1806

In two books. Book first, containing an extraordinary variety of questions in prose, on moral, philosophical and other subjects, together with a great number of enigmas, paradoxes, rebuses, charades, &c. Also, a number of curious mathematical questions. Book second containing answers and solutions in prose and verse. Designed for the improvement of the fair-sex. Collected from the most eminent and approved writers.; 263, 96 p.

Reel: 69, No. 1983
To all Christian people; more especially those who take the Connecticut Courant.

Hartford. January 1, 1795


Reel: 69, No. 1984
To perpetuate the memory of peace.

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

The triumphal arch and Looking glass, or the Continental mirror, humbly hop'd without an error.; 8 p.

Reel: 69, No. 1986
To the class of sixty-seven, of Washington and Jefferson college [poems].

New York. 1867

59 p.; 19 cm.; Last poem signed by "B. Lieve".

Reel: 173, No. 3126
To the memory of that faithful minister of Christ, Thomas Lightfoot, who fell asleep in Jesus, November 4, 1725.

[Philadelphia: Printed for the author, and sold by Samuel Keimer]. [1725]


Reel: 69, No. 1989
Todd, John, 1800-1873.

The Angel of the iceberg: and other stories, illustrating great moral truths.

Northampton, Bridgman and Childs. 1859

Designed chiefly for the young.; 374 p.; front.; 18 cm.; Added t.-p., illus.; Contains poetry.

Reel: 173, No. 3127
Todd, John, 1800-1873.

Simple sketches.

Northampton, H.H. Butler. 1838

Edited by J. Brace, Jr.; viii, [9]-298 p.; 16 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2359
Todd, Susan (Hill), 1799-1869.

Occasional poems: a New Year's offering.

Boston, W. Crosby and H.P. Nichols. 1851

vi p., 1 l., 215 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3128
Tolles, James R.

A brief, philosophical, and rhythmical lecture on astronomy.

Sacramento, R.S. Crocker. 1864

xiv, 66 p.; plates, fold. map.; 22 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3130
Tom Paine's jests; Being an entirely new and select collection of patriotic bon mots, repartees, anecdotes, epigrams, observations, &c., on political subjects.

Philadelphia: Printed for Matthew Carey, no. 118, Market street. 1796

By Thomas Paine, and other supporters of the rights of man. To which is added, A tribute to the Swinish multitude, being a choice collection of patriotic songs ...; 72 p.; Atribute to the Swinish multitude: p. 31-72.

Reel: 69, No. 1993
Tomlinson, William P.

Poems of home and abroad.

New York, Hilton & co. 1866

v, [7]-156 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3131
Tommy Duff.

New York, J.B. Jansen. 1827

[8] p.; illus.; 7 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2360
Tompson, Benjamin.

The grammarians funeral.

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

Or, An elegy composed upon the death of Mr. John Woodmancy, formerly a school-master in Boston. But now published upon the death of the venerable Mr. Ezekiel Chevers, the late and famous school-master of Boston in New-England, who departed this life the twenty-first of August 1708. Early in the morning. In the ninety-fourth year of his age.; broadside.

Reel: 69, No. 1995
[Tompson, Benjamin].

New Englands crisis; or a brief narrative of New Englands lamentable estate at present, compar'd with the former (but few) years of prosperity.

Boston, Printed and sold by John Foster, over against the sign of the dove. 1676

Occasioned by many unheard of cruel tyes practised upon the persons and estates of its united Colonyes, without respect of sex, age or quality of persons, by the barbarous heathen thereof. Poetically described. By a well-wisher to his countrey.; 31 p.

Reel: 69, No. 1997
Tompson, Edward, 1665-1705.

An elegiack tribute to the sacred dust of the reverend and worthy Mr. Seaborn Cotton pastour of the Church of Christ at Hampton in New-England: Who was discharged from his work and office, to be admitted into heaven, April 20th, 1686.

[Boston: Printed by Samuel Green]. [1686]


Reel: 69, No. 1998
Tooker, Manly, b. 1799.

Poems, and jottings of itinerancy in western New York, in two parts.

Rochester, E. Darrow & brother. 1860

160 p.; illus.; 14.5 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3132
Topliff, Nathaniel.

Poems, moral, descriptive and political.

Boston: Printed for the author, J. Belcher, printer. 1809

169 p.

Reel: 69, No. 2000
Torrey, H.D.

America; or, Visions of the rebellion; a poem in four cantos.

Reading, Pennsylvania, Steam press of B.F. Owen. 1862

67 p.; 17 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3133
[Torrey, Jesse].

The intellectual flambeau, demonstrating that national happiness, virtue & temperance exist in a collateral ratio, with the dissemination of philosophy, science, & intelligence; with an appendix containing several splendid poems on the advantage of mental improvement, and on charity.

Washington City, Printed by Daniel Rapine. 1816

By discipulus Libertatis atque Humanitatis. (Pupil of Liberty and Humanity.); 143, 35 p.

Reel: 69, No. 2001
Torrey, Joseph Augustus, b. 1832.

Imagination: a metrical essay, read at the semi-annual examination of the State normal school, Bridgewater, Mass. Tuesday, July 26, 1859.

Salem, W. Ives and G.W. Pease, printers. 1859

12 p.; 23 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3134
[Torrey, Paul] 1706-1763.

God's voice crying to the inhabitants of Weymouth, and the neighboring towns.

[Boston, Pr. by Lincoln & Edmands]. [1811]

Written in the year 1752.; 8 p.

Reel: 69, No. 2002
Towle, George Makepeace, 1841-1893.

The American literati at home.


(In Broadway Annual. 21 cm. p. 870-886).

Reel: 173, No. 3136
Towle, Nancy, b. 1796.

Vicissitudes illustrated, in the experience of Nancy Towle, in Europe and America.

Charleston, Printed for the authoress, by James L. Burges. 1832

With an appendix of letters &c. An engraving and preface by Lorenzo Dow...; 3 p.l., [5]-11, [1], [5]-294 p. plates.; 15 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2361
Towles, Catharine Webb Barber, b. 1823.

Stories for the American Freemason's fireside.

Cincinnati, American Masonic publishing association. 1868

408 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3137
Towne, Nathan.

A new set of round and running hand copies, with rules for writing, founded on elementary and systematic principles.

[Connecticut]. [1811?]

Designed for the use of academies and schools. Written and methodically arranged by Nathan Towne.; xii, 4 l.

Reel: 69, No. 2004
Townley, Daniel O'Connell, 1824-1873.

Alderman Rooney at the great exhibition: another epic by himself.

New York, New York news co. 1867

Edited by Daniel O'Connell Townley... Illustrations by Magrath. Engraved by Davis & Speer.; 22 p.; plates.; 19 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3139
[Townley, Daniel O'Connell] 1824-1873.

Alderman Rooney at the Cable banquet: an improved epic.

New York, American news co. 1866

Edited by Daniel O'Connell Townley. Illustrations by Magrath. Engraved by Davis & Speer.; 14, [1] p. plates.; 27 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3138
Townsend, Eliza, 1788-1854.

Poems and miscellanies, selected from the writings of Miss Eliza Townsend.

Boston, Press of G.C. Rand & Avery. 1856

Printed but not published.; 1 p.l., 8 p., 1 l., [9]-355 p.; 24.5 cm.

Reel: 173, No. 3140
Townsend, Elizabeth Fawcett.


Philadelphia, C. Sherman & son. 1862

viii p., 1 p.l., [11]-148 p.; "Printed at the request of personal friends.".

Reel: 174, No. 3141
Townsend, Elizabeth W. (Haydock).

The white dove, and other poems for children.

New York, J.C. Derby; Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co.: [etc., etc.]. 1855

128 p.; front., plates.; 18 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3142
Townsend, Elizabeth W. (Haydock).

The white dove, and other poems for children.

Philadelphia, C.G. Henderson & co. 1858

128, 16 p.; front., plates.; 17 cm.; "A catalogue of popular and instructive juvenile and other valuable works": 16 p. at end.

Reel: 174, No. 3143
[Townsend, Frederic].

Ghostly colloquies.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1856

By the author of "Letters from Rome," "Clouds and sunshine," etc.; 267 p.; 17.5 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3144
Townsend, George Alfred, 1841-1914.


Washington, D.C., Rhodes and Ralph. 1870

vi, [7]-160 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3145
Townsend, Hannah.

History of England, in verse, from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the present time.

Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston. 1852

With illustrative notes ... and a table descriptive of the present condition of Great Britain.; viii, 13-146 p.; 18.5 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3146
[Townsend, Mary Ashley (Van Voorhis)] 1836?-1901.

Xariffa's poems.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1870

262 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3147
[Townsend, Richard H.].

Original poems, by a citizen of Baltimore.

Baltimore, Published by Samuel Jefferis, 212 Baltimore street, Robinson, printer. 1809

139, [3] p.

Reel: 69, No. 2005
[Townsend, Richard H.].


Baltimore, Printed by J. Robinson. 1836

By a young Baltimorean.; 160 p.; 15.5 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2362
Townsend, Virginia Frances, 1836-1920.

Living and loving.

Philadelphia, J.W. Bradley. 1859

288 p.; front. (port.); 18.5 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3148
Towsley, John A.

A book of poetry, composed by John A Towsley, of Springfield, Ohio.

Cuyahoga Falls [O.] Plain and Fancy job press office print. 1840

In two parts.; 40 p.; 15 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2363
Tracy, Cyrus Mason, 1824-1891.

A poem delivered at the dedication of the City hall, Lynn, November 30, 1867.

Lynn, T.P. Nichols, printer. 1867

36 p.; 22 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3149
The Tragical death of the apple pie.

Providence. 1830

8 p.; illus.; 8 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2364
The Transplanted olive-plant; or, Some account of Thomas Spencer Nichols, who died September 8, 1851, at the age of eight years.

Boston, S.K. Whipple & co. 1853

x, [13]-158 p.; front. (port.); 16.5 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3150
Transylvania University, Lexington (Ky.).

...A catalogue of the officers and students of the Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, January, 1830.

Lexington, Ky., Printed by J. =G. Norwood. 1830

16 p.

Reel: 138, No. 2365
Trask, Leonard, b. 1805.

A brief historical sketch of the life and sufferings of Leonard Trask, the wonderful invalid.

Portland, Printed by D. Tucker. 1858

48 p.; illus.; 19 cm.; Written from the author's dictation.

Reel: 174, No. 3151
[Tremain, Lyman] 1819-1878.

Memorial of Frederick Lyman Tremain, late lieut. col. of the 10th New York cavalry.

Albany, Van Benthuysen's steam printing house. 1865

Who was mortally wounded at the battle of Hatcher's Run, Virginia, February 6th, and died at City Point hospital, February 8th, 1865. By his father.; 86 p.; front. (port.); 23.5 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3152
The Trial and establishment of American independence, at a high court of equity, held for that purpose, before some of the greatest powers of Europe.

Norwich [Conn.] Printed by John Trumbull, near the Mestine House. 1778

By a Nova-Scotia refugee.; 20 p.; 17 cm.

Reel: 69, No. 2012
Tribute of affection to John Roulstone, Jr., a member of the Freshman class in Harvard University, who died Feb. 20, 1822.

Boston [Printed by John Cotton, Jr.]. [1822?]

15 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2366
Tribute to the memory of Mrs. Mary M. Dashiell, who died at Stockbridge, Mass., on the 17th day of May, 1856, in the 30th year of her age.

New York, J.A. Gray's printing office. 1856

Printed for private distribution.; 29 p.; front. (port.); 23 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3153
Trifles in verse.

Philadelphia, T.B. Town. 1839

viii, [3]-72 p.; 12 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2367
The Triumphale, a poetical history of the successive triumphs of the Recorder over the Free Press; in four cantos.

Halifax, N.S., Printed and for sale at the Recorder office. 1820

v, 21 p.

Reel: 69, No. 2016
Trollope, Nicodemus.

The scribes of Gotham.

New York. 1833

36 p.

Reel: 138, No. 2368
The Trotter, Choker & Company exhibited.

Columbia, Pa., For the publisher. 1819

By a visitor.; William Greer, printer.; 22 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 69, No. 2017
The Troubles of Harry Careless; or, Going too far.

New York, T.W. Strong. [185-?]

11, [1] p.

Reel: 138, No. 2368.1
Trowbridge, John Townsend, 1827-1916.

The story of Columbus.

Boston, Fields, Osgood & co. 1870

With illustrations by Alfred Fredericks, engraved and printed in colors by Bobbett, Hooper & co.; 8 p.; col. front., 3 col., plates.; 17 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3154
Trowbridge, John Townsend, 1827-1916.

The vagabonds.

New York, J.G. Gregory. 1863

With illustrations by F.O.C. Darley. Re-printed from the Atlantic monthly.; 15, [1] p.; illus.; 23.5 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3155
Trowbridge, John Townsend, 1827-1916.

The vagabonds; and other poems.

Boston, Fields, Osgood and co. 1869

iv, 172 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3156
Troy (N.Y.). St. Paul's Church.

Easter anniversary of the Sunday school.

[New York]. 1869

March 28, 1869 and service of laying the corner stone of the new Sunday school and parish building.; [6] p.; 22 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3159
Truant boys and the echo.

New York, Elton & co. [185-?]

8 numbered l.; col. illus.; 19 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2368.2
True and infernal friendship, or the wisdom of Eve.

Providence, R.I., Printed by H. Mann & Co., for the author. 1813

And the character of the serpent, with the situation, joys and loss of paradise.; xx, [1], 14-176, [1] p.

Reel: 69, No. 2018
A True and particular narrative of the late tremendous tornado, or hurricane, at Philadelphia and New-York, on Sabbath-day, July 1, 1792.

Boston, Printed and sold by E. Russell, next the Stump of Lib:Tree. [1792?]

When several pleasure-boats were lost in the harbor of the latter, and thirty men, women and children (taking their pleasure on that sacred day) were unhappily drowned in Neptune's raging and tempestuous element!!!.

Reel: 69, No. 2019
The True light, a poem.

Hartford. 1850

23 p.

Reel: 138, No. 2369
Trueman, D.

Cottage poems.

Montpleasant, O., E. Harris. 1848

vii, [9]-256 p.; front., illus., pl.; 13 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2370
Truesdell, Helen.


Cincinnati, E. Morgan. 1854

3d ed.; 212 p.

Reel: 174, No. 3161
Truesdell, Helen.


Cincinnati, E. Morgan & co. 1852

vii, [9]-203 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3160
Trumbull, James Hammond, 1821-1897.

The origin of M'Fingal.

Morrisania, New York. 1868

40 p.; 25 cm.; "Originally published in the Historical magazine, for January, 1868."--Note, signed: H.B.D. [i.e. Henry Barton Dawson]; Contains also a reprint of Gen. Gage's Proclamation of June 12, 1775, and Trumbull's rhymed satirical paraphrase, first printed in the Connecticut courant, August 7th and 14th, 1775, parts of which were incorporated in M'Fingal.

Reel: 175, No. 3164
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal, a modern epic poem, revised and corrected, with copious and explanatory notes.

Hartford, S. Andrus and son. 1856

With a memoir of the author.; 183 p.; incl. front.; 23.5 cm.

Reel: 174, No. 3162
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal, an epic poem.

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

p. 353-382.

Reel: 69, No. 2024
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem in four cantos.

Baltimore, Printed and sold by A. Miltenberger, no. 10 North Howard street. 1812

Embellished with plates. With explanatory notes.; vi, 146 p.

Reel: 70, No. 2036
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem in four cantos.

Elizabethtown, Printed and sold by Woodruff & Periam. 1805

With explanatory notes.; 155 p.; 15.5 cm.

Reel: 70, No. 2034
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem in four cantos.

Hudson, Published by W.E. Norman, [Printed by Ashbell Stoddard]. 1816

With explanatory notes and plates.; v, 146 p.; illus. plates.

Reel: 70, No. 2039
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem in four cantos.

New York, Printed by J. Buel, no. 132 Fly market. 1795

Embellished with nine copper plates designed and engraved by E. Tisdale. The 1st ed. with plates and explanatory notes.; v, 136 p.; illus.

Reel: 70, No. 2032
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem, in four cantos.

Albany, Printed E. & E. Hosford. 1813

With explanatory notes.; 112 p.

Reel: 70, No. 2038
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem, in four cantos.

Boston, Printed by J.G. Scobie. 1826

With explanatory notes.; 184 p.; 14 cm.

Reel: 138, No. 2372
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem, in four cantos.

Boston, Printed by Manning & Loring, for Ebenezer Larkin, no. 47, Cornhill. 1799

With explanatory notes.; 141, [3] p.; 15.5 cm.

Reel: 70, No. 2033
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem, in four cantos.

[Boston, T. Bedlington]. [1824]

With explanatory notes...; Pub. and sold by Ezekiel Goodale, at the Hallowell bookstore, 1813.; [2], 138, [4] p.

Reel: 138, No. 2371
Trumbull, John, 1750-1831.

M'Fingal: a modern epic poem, in four cantos.

New-York, Printed and published by E. Low, no. 58, Division street. 1810

Embellished with nine copper plates, designed and engraved by E. Tisdale. 2d ed. With plates, and explanatory notes.; vii, 136 p.; illus., 9 plates (incl. port.); 21 cm.

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