Advertisement. [To the widowed mourner] The author of the following lines, for some time after the decease of the truly excellent lady, whose virtues he now attempts to delineate, fully intended, (as far as in him lay) to do justice to her very dear memory; but the desultory state he has constantly been in, since that melancholy event took place, has hitherto prevented his carrying such his intensions into execution. In the beginning of the present month he composed the following lines, which are only a very small part of the intended poem. To three amiable ladies of his acquaintance he had given copies of what he had so composed; the contents whereof were made, which he could not find time to write out. He has, therefore, caused a few copies to be printed, for the gratification and amusement of the circle of ladies he has honour to be known to; each of whom he entreats not to permit any copy to be taken from printed copy; as the poem is as present in an unfinished and incomplete state. J.G.;  p.
Boston: Published by R. Thayer and sold by Usher & Quinby. [n.d.]
A curiosity of literature and theology. Extracts from a poem of nearly 2,000 lines, entitled The day of doom, by Michael Wigglesworth, A.M., teacher of the church at Malden, in New England. From the sixth London edition, 1715.; , 4-15,  p.
Also a memoir of the author, autobiography, and sketch of his funeral sermon by Rev. Cotton Mather... From the 6th ed., 1715.; 119,  p.; 19.5 cm.; "Memoir of the author", by John Ward Dean: p. -10.; Note signed: W.H.B. [i.e. William Henry Burr].
Poems; Scriptural illustrations and versifications.
Charlton, Mass., The author. 1853
4, 9-48 p.; Some pages misbound.
Reel: 186, No. 3362 Wilkie, Franc Bangs, 1832-1892.
Davenport, past and present: including the early history, and personal and anecdotal reminiscences of Davenport; together with biographies, likenesses of its prominent men; compendious articles upon the physical, industrial, social and political characteristics of the city.
Davenport, Luse, Lane & co. 1858
333,  p.; fold. front., plates, ports.; 22 cm.
Reel: 186, No. 3363 Wilkins, Edward G.P.
Young New York.
New York, J. Perry. c1856
A comedy, in three acts.; As produced at Laura Keene's theatre, New York, Monday evening, November 24, 1856.; 36 p.; 19 cm.
Nineteen beautiful years; or, Sketches of a girl's life, written by her sister.
New York, Harper & brothers. 1868
With an introduction by Rev. R.S. Foster...; 3 p.l., xiii p., 2 l., -241 p.; front. (port.) 17.5 cm.
Reel: 186, No. 3368 Willard, Samuel, 1776-1859.
The expediency and proper application of sacred music.
Deerfield, Mass., Printed at R. Dickinson's Office. 1816
A discourse preached at Heath ... as a musical lecture ...; 16 p.
Reel: 75, No. 2209 Willard, Samuel, 1776-1859.
Regular hymns, on a great variety of evangelical subjects.
[etc.]; 132 p.
Reel: 149, No. 2563 Willard, Samuel, 1776-1859.
The use and design of sacred music, with the proper method of effecting that design, argued from the nature and essential importance of religious affections, in a discourse, preached March 19, 1811, as a musical lecture in Greenfield.
Greenfield, [Mass.] Printed by Ansel Phelps. 1811
Reel: 75, No. 2210 Willard, Sarah Bradley (Kellogg), 1831-1909.
A tribute of affection to the memory of Hon. William C. Bradley.
Boston, G.C. Rand & Avery, printers. 1869
By his granddaughter, Mrs. S.B. Willard.; 112 p.; front. (port.); 22 cm.; Frontispiece is mounted photograph.
Reel: 186, No. 3369 [Willard, Sarah C.].
The album [containing poems addressed to Sarah C. Willard.].
[Northampton, Mass.]. [1837-1841]
unp.; 14 cm.
Reel: 149, No. 2562 Willey, Eli B.
The soldier's companion: being six poems.
Plattsburgh [N.Y.] Printed for the author. [1815?]
24 p.; 18.8 cm.
Reel: 75, No. 2211 Williams College. Society of Alumni.
Address and poem delivered before the Society of alumni of Williams college, August 14, 1855.
Boston, T.R. Marvin & son. 1855
Published at the request of the society.; 48 p.; 23.5 cm.; Cover-title: Address and poem in commemoration of Ephraim Williams.; Contents.--Address, by Joseph White.--Poem, by E.W.B. Canning.
Reel: 187, No. 3374 Williams, Catherine R. Arnold, Mrs., 1787-1872.
The neutral French: or, The exiles of Nova Scotia.
Reel: 150, No. 2566 Williams, Harriet (Langdon), b. 1825.
Geographical and historical poem on Vermont, by a citizen of Washington county.
Northfield, Vt. 1852
, 4-12 p.; map.
Reel: 187, No. 3370 Williams, James, b. 1805.
Narrative of James Williams.
New-York, The American anti-slavery society. 1838
An American slave; who was for several years a driver on a cotton plantation in Alabama ...; xxiii, -108 p.; front. (port.); 15 cm.
Reel: 150, No. 2567 Williams, Jenny Perkins.
Scattered verses and letters gathered again.
New York, French & Wheat, printers. [c1869]
Printed for private circulation only.; 2 p.l., 64 p.; 21 cm.; One hundred copies printed.; cf. Introduction.
Reel: 187, No. 3371 Williams, John, 1761-1818.
New York, Printed for the Hamilton club. 1865
(Anthony Pasquin).; 5 p.l., -122 p.; port.; 24 cm.; (Half-title: Hamilton club series. no. 3); "Edition 40 copies 8 vo. 20 copies 4to."; Contains reproduction of t.-p. of an earlier edition: "The Hamiltoniad: or, An extinguisher for the royal faction of New-England. With copious notes ... By Anthony Pasquin, esq. ... Sold for the author, price 31 cents, at the Independent chronicle office. Court-street, Boston. On verso of t.-p.: "To perpetuate the brutal infamy of John Park, M.D....." Dated "Boston, September 6, 1804."; "The Hamiltoniad," a poem in three cantos: p. -52; "Note": p. -122.
Reel: 187, No. 3372 [Williams, John] 1761-1818.
A cabinet of miscellanies, by Anthony Pasquin [pseud.].
London, Printed for H.D. Symonds. [1794?]
viii, 104, 36, vii, 100 p.; Title vignette.; Includes his poem: Shrove Tuesday.
Reel: 75, No. 2213 [Williams, John] 1761-1818.
The Hamiltoniad: or, An extinguisher for the royal faction of New-England.
Boston, [Printed by Adams & Rhoades]. [1804?]
With copious notes, illustrative, biographical, philosophical, critical, admonitory, and political; being intended as a high-heeled shoe for all limping republicans. By Anthony Pasquin, esq. [pseud.] ...; Sold for the author, price 31 cents, at the Independent chronicle office, Court-street.; 104 p.; 20.5 cm.