American Poetry, 1609-1870 Author Index



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Reel: 75, No. 2189
Who loves me best?.

Providence, [R.I.] G.P. Daniels. 1839

By a Lady ...; 16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.

Reel: 149, No. 2551
Who loves me best?.

Providence, G.P. Daniels. 1843

By a Lady ...; 16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.

Reel: 149, No. 2552
Who loves me best?.

Providence, G.P. Daniels. 1845

by a Lady ...; 16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.

Reel: 149, No. 2553
The Widowed mourner.

Boston. 21st December, 1791

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.; [8] p.

Reel: 75, No. 2190
Wigglesworth, Edward, 1732-1794.

The hope of immortality.

Boston, Printed by T. and J. Fleet. 1779

A discourse occasioned by the death of the Honorable John Winthrop...; 24, iii p.; 13 cm.



Reel: 75, No. 2191
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

The church moves.

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.; [3], 4-15, [1] p.



Reel: 75, No. 2193
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

The day of doom: or, A poetical description of the great and last judgment.

Boston, C. Ewer. 1828

95, [1] p.; 14 cm.



Reel: 149, No. 2554
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

The day of doom; or, A poetical description of the great and last judgment.

Boston, Printed by J. Allen, for Benjamin Eliot. 1715

With a short discourse about eternity. 6th ed.; 12, 82 p.



Reel: 75, No. 2197
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

The day of doom; or, A poetical description of the great and last judgment.

Boston, T. Fleet. 1751

With a short discourse about eternity.; 7th ed., enl. ...; 104 p.



Reel: 75, No. 2198
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

The day of doom; or, A poetical description of the great and last judgment.

Boston: Printed by B. Green, and J. Allen, for Benjamin Eliot. 1701

With a short discourse about eternity. By Michael Wigglesworth, teacher of the church at Maldon in N.E. The fifth edition, enlarged with scripture and marginal notes.; [11], 30 p.



Reel: 75, No. 2196
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

The day of doom; or, A poetical description of the great and last judgment.

Newburyport, [Mass.] E. Little and company. 1811

With a short discourse on eternity.; To which is prefixed a biographical sketch of the character of the author ...; 90 p.



Reel: 75, No. 2201
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

The day of doom; or, A poetical description of the great and last judgment, abridged.

Norwich [Conn.] Printed by Green & Spooner. 1777

To which is added, Vanity of vanities, etc. ...; 36 p.



Reel: 75, No. 2200
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

The day of doom; or, A poetical description of the great and last judgment; with other poems.

New York, American news company. 1867

Also a memoir of the author, autobiography, and sketch of his funeral sermon by Rev. Cotton Mather... From the 6th ed., 1715.; 119, [1] p.; 19.5 cm.; "Memoir of the author", by John Ward Dean: p. [3]-10.; Note signed: W.H.B. [i.e. William Henry Burr].



Reel: 185, No. 3354
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.

Meat out of the eater; or, Meditations concerning the necessity, end, and usefulness of afflictions unto God's children.

Boston, Printed by J. Allen, for Nicholas Buttolph. 1717

All tending to prepare them for, and comfort them under the Cross. Corrected and amended by the author, in the year 1703. 5th ed.; [2], 3-143 p.



Reel: 75, No. 2204
Wight, Samuel F.

Adventures in California and Nicaragua in rhyme.

Boston. 1860

84 p.; 25 cm.



Reel: 185, No. 3355
Wilbur, Jennie Aurelia.

Songs of the West.

Chicago [C.E. Pomeroy]. 1866

x, [11]-300 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 186, No. 3356
Wilcox, Carlos, 1794-1827.

The age of benevolence; a poem.

New-Haven, Printed by A.H. Meltby and co. 1822

Book I.; 72 p.; 14.5 cm.



Reel: 149, No. 2555
Wilcox, Carlos, 1794-1827.

The religion of taste.

London. 1832

56 p.


Reel: 155, No. 2615
Wilcox, Carlos, 1794-1827.

Remains with a memoir of his life.

Hartford. 1828

430 p.


Reel: 155, No. 2616
Wilcox, Ella (Wheeler), 1855-1919.

Maurine.


Milwaukee [Cramer, Aikens & Cramer]. 1876

224 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 186, No. 3357
Wild flowers for children, by Mr. Honeysuckle [pseud.].

London, C. Honeysuckle. [185-?]

Part 1.; Unpaged.; col. illus.; 22 cm.

Reel: 149, No. 2556
Wilde, Richard Henry, 1789-1847.

Hesperia; a poem.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1867

edited by his son.; viii, 333 p.; 19.5 cm.; Copyrighted by William Cumming Wilde, the editor.; Dedication signed: F[itzhugh] De L[ancy], [pseud.].



Reel: 186, No. 3358
Wilder, David, 1778-1866.

Address at the dedication of the town hall, Leominster, Nov. 7, 1851, with a poem by A.C. Wilder.

Fitchburg. 1852

20 p.; 25 cm.



Reel: 186, No. 3359
Wilder, John N.

Rochester, a poem delivered at the University of Rochester.

New York. 1857

31 p.; 25 cm.



Reel: 186, No. 3360
Wilder, Silas, supposed author.

... The life and death of Mrs. Maria Bickford, a beautiful female who was inhumanly murdered in the moral and religious city of Boston.

Boston. 1846

by Albert J. Tirrell ... by a clergyman of Brunswick, Me. 2 ed. rev.; 32 p.; illus.; 25 cm.



Reel: 149, No. 2557
Wildman, H.B.

Lays from the glen; or, musings of leisure hours.

New York, Pudney & Russell. 1855

viii p., 2 l., 9-144 p.; 19.5 cm.



Reel: 186, No. 3361
Wildman, Willie.

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, [1] 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.



Reel: 186, No. 3364
[Wilkins, Harriet Annie].

Rose bud, a New Year offering to my friends.

New York. 1849

79 p.


Reel: 149, No. 2558
[Wilkins, Harriet Annie] 1829-1888.

The acacia.

Hamilton. 1863

200 p.; 15 cm.



Reel: 186, No. 3365
[Wilkins, Harriet Annie] 1829-1888.

The holly branch.

Hamilton, C.W., Printed at the Spectator Office. 1851

140, iii p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 186, No. 3366
[Wilkinson, Rebecca].

Sermons to children; to which are added short hymns, suited to the subjects.

Hartford, Printed by Lincoln and Gleason. 1811-

By a lady.; 72 p.



Reel: 75, No. 2206
Will Wildfire's winter evenings; or, The intervals of toil.

Pittsburgh, Printed by Barr & Meyers. 1866

Consisting of original poems on different subjects. By a citizen of Ohio, in three volumes. Vol. I.; 222 p., 1 l.; 11.5 cm.; No more published?.

Reel: 186, No. 3367
Willard, Emma (Hart), Mrs., 1787-1870.

The fulfillment of a promise by which poems by Mrs. Emma (Hart) Willard are published, and affectionately inscribed to her past and present pupils.

New York. 1831

[3] + iv-124 p.; 14 cm.



Reel: 149, No. 2559
Willard, Emma (Hart), Mrs., 1787-1870.

... Poems.

New York. 1831

affectionately inscribed to her past and present pupils ...; 48 p.; front. (port.); 16 cm.



Reel: 149, No. 2560
Willard, Emma Hart, Mrs., 1787-1870.

Report of Mrs. Emma Willard, corresponding secretary of the Troy Society for the advancement of Female Education in Greece.

Norwich, Printed by J. Dunham. 1834

Read by the Rev. S. B. Paddock, in Christ Church, Norwich, on the 20th of August, 1834.; [77]-109 p.; 24 cm.



Reel: 149, No. 2561
[Willard, Frances Elizabeth] 1839-1898.

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., [19]-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.

Greenfield. c1824

[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

23 p.


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.

Providence, R.I., The author. 1841

2 v. in 1.; illus.; 19 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2564
Williams, Catherine Read (Arnold), Mrs., 1790-1872.

Original poems, on various subjects.

Providence, Printed by H.H. Brown. 1828

107 p.; 16.5 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2565
Williams, F.B.

Journal.


Shrewsbury, Mass., September. 1849

3 numb.l.; 18 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2566
Williams, Harriet (Langdon), b. 1825.

Geographical and historical poem on Vermont, by a citizen of Washington county.

Northfield, Vt. 1852

[5], 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, [25]-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.

The Hamiltoniad.

New York, Printed for the Hamilton club. 1865

(Anthony Pasquin).; 5 p.l., [3]-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. [3]-52; "Note": p. [53]-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.



Reel: 75, No. 2214
Williams, Nathan Witter, 1816-1902.

Eloquence, and other porms.

Philadelphia. 1845

unp.; 19 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2568
Williams, Thomas, 1779-1876.

A discourse, on the Battle of the Great Day of God Almighty.

Providence. 1849

48 p.; 24 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2569
Williams, Thomas, 1779-1876.

A sermon on the choice of Moses.

Providence, R.A. & E.H. Pierce. 1858

20 p.; 21 cm.; Includes his poems Address to the New England.churches, and The Christian warrior.



Reel: 187, No. 3373
[Williams, Thomas] 1779-1876.

An explicit avowal of nothingarianism, in a sermon, fourth of March, 1823.

Printed and published, nowhere, by nobody. 1823

By Demens Egomet [pseud.]; 9, [1] p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2570
[Williams, Thomas] 1779-1876.

A song to be read, said or sung; inscribed to the Hon. Henry Clay, the candidate for the office of President of the U. States of America, by an old bard of Narragansett.

Providence. 1844

8 p.; 22 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2571
Williamson, A.J.

Original poems on various subjects in three parts.

Toronto. 1836

151 p.


Reel: 150, No. 2572
Williamson, A.J.

The unbeliever's prayer, and other poems, illustrative of a change of heart.

Kingston, U[pper] C[anada] printed for the author, at the office of the British Whig. 1834

34 p.; 17 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2573
[Williamson, Hugh].

What is sauce for a goose is also sauce for a gander, being a small touch in the lapidary way, or tit for tat, in your own way.

Philadelphia, Printed in Arch-Street. 1764

An epitaph on a certain great man written by a departed spirit ...; 8 p.



Reel: 76, No. 2215
Williamson, J.B.

Preservation; or, The hovel of the rocks.

Charleston [S.C.], Printed by T.C. Cox. 1800

vii, 75 p.



Reel: 76, No. 2216
Williamson, William Cross, 1831-1903.

The spirits.

(New York). 1858

(In Alpha Delta Phi. Report of the proceedings of the twenty-fifth anniversary held in New York, 24th and 25th June, 1857. p. 38-54.).



Reel: 150, No. 2574
Willie, pseud.

College poems.

Philadelphia, W.S. Young, printer. 1858

vi p., 1 l., [9]-133 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 187, No. 3375
Willis, George R.

Lights and shadows of our cruise in the U.S. Frigate "Tennessee," flagship of the Asiatic fleet, 1875, '76, '77, '78.

New York. 1878

134 p.; 19 cm.; Pt. 2--Odds and ends (Poetry and songs).



Reel: 187, No. 3376
Willis, John Asbury.

The bard, and other poems.

St. Louis, Jas. A. Mallett & co. 1858

4 p.l., [6]-141 p.; 15.5 cm.



Reel: 187, No. 3377
Willis, Lemuel.

A semi-centennial address delivered in the Universalist church, Salem, Mass.

Salem. 1859

Aug. 5, 1859, on the ... 50th anniversary of the dedication of the church, and the installation of Rev. Edward Turner, both of which took place June 22, 1809 ... with an appendix.; 84 p.; 24 cm.



Reel: 187, No. 3378
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

A l'abri; or, The tent pitched.

New York, S. Colman. 1839

172 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2575
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Bianca Visconti; or, The heart over tasked.

New York. 1839

108 p.; (Colman's dramatic library).



Reel: 150, No. 2576
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Canadian scenery illustrated.

London, G. Virtue. 1842

From drawings by W. H. Bartlett. The literary department by N. P. Willis ...; 2 v. in 1. front., pl., map.; 28 x 22.5 cm.



Reel: 150, No. 2577
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

The complete works of N. P. Willis.

New York, J. S. Redfield. 1846

xv, 895 p.; front. (port.); 27 cm.



Reel: 151, No. 2578
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Famous persons and famous places.

London, Ward and Lock. 1854

2 p.l., [iii]-viii, 263 p.; front. (ports.); 16.5 cm.; Added t.-p., illustrated.



Reel: 187, No. 3379
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Famous persons and places.

Auburn and Rochester, Alden and Beardsley; New York, J.C. Derby. 1855

1 p.l., [v]-xvi, [11]-492 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 187, No. 3380
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Fugitive poetry.

Boston. 1829

91 p.


Reel: 151, No. 2579
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Health trip to the Tropics.

New York, C. Scribner. 1853

xiii, [11]-421, xxiii p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 187, No. 3381
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Hurry graphs; or, Sketches of scenery, celebrities and society, taken from life.

Auburn. 1854

2 p.l., [iii]-x p., 1 l., [11]-364 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 187, No. 3383
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Hurry-graphs; or, Sketches of scenery, celebrities and society, taken from life.

Detroit. 1853

364 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 188, No. 3384
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Hurry-graphs; or, Sketches of scenery, celebrities, and society, taken from life.

New York, C. Scribner. 1851

2 p.l., [iii]-x p., 1 l., [11]-364 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 187, No. 3382
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

... The Lady Jane, and other humorous poems.

New York, Morris, Willis & co. 1844

[33]-48 p.; 27 cm.; (The Mirror library, no. 3).



Reel: 151, No. 2581
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Letters from under a bridge.

London, G. Virtue. 1840

And poems.; 5 p.l., 333 p.; front. (port.) 9 pl.; 23.5 cm.



Reel: 151, No. 2582
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Life here and there: or, Sketches of society and adventure at far apart times and places.

Auburn. 1854

vii, 377 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 188, No. 3385
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Melanie and other poems.

N.Y. 1837

2 ed.; 242 p.



Reel: 152, No. 2583
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

The miscellaneous works of N. P. Willis [i.e. Dashes at life with a free pencil].

New York, J.S. Redfield. 1847

4 pts. in 1 v.; 27 cm.



Reel: 152, No. 2584
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Pecillings by the way.

London, J. Macrone. 1835

3 v.; 19 cm.



Reel: 152, No. 2586
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Pencillings by the way.

London, H.B. Bohn. 1850

A new ed., with additions.; viii, [11], 464 p.; front. (port.) plates.; 18 cm.



Reel: 153, No. 2587
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Pencillings by the way.

Philadelphia, Carey, Lea and Blanchard. 1836

[1st American from the London ed.]; 2 v.; 19 cm.



Reel: 152, No. 2585
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

People I have met; or, Pictures of society and people of mark, drawn under a thin veil of fiction.

London, H.G. Bohn. 1850

viii, 248 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 153, No. 2588
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Poem delivered before the Society of United Brothers, at Brown University, on the day preceding commencement, September 6, 1831.

New-York, J. & J. Harper. 1831

With other poems.; 76 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 153, No. 2589
Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867.

Poems of early and after years.

Philadelphia, Carey and Hart. 1848

Illustrated by E. Leutze ...; 3 p.l., xi, 13-410 p.; front., 14 pl., port.; 23.5 cm.




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