Inklings of adventure, by the author of "Pencillings by the way".
London, Saunders and Otley. 1836
3 v.; 19 cm.
Reel: 151, No. 2580 Willis, Richard Storrs, 1819-1900.
Our church music.
New-York, Dana and company. 1856
2 p.l., 133 p.; illus.; 19 cm.
Reel: 189, No. 3396 Willis, Thomas.
Memoir of Anna Willis, (late of Jericho, L.I.) by her father.
New-York, James Egbert, printer. 1854
36 p.; 20 cm.; Includes poems by Anna Willis.
Reel: 189, No. 3397 Williston, Ralph.
A choice selection of evangelical hymns from various authors.
New York, Printed and sold by J.C. Totten. 1806
Reel: 76, No. 2217 Willoughby, Frederick Stanley Montgomery.
(The) Indian queen of Chenango: a poem in four cantos.
Oxford, Printed by La F. Leal. 1844
By a student ...; 64 p.; 14 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2606 Willson, Arabella M. (Stuart).
...The lives of Mrs. Ann H. Judson and Mrs. Sarah B. Judson, with a biographical sketch of Mrs. Emily C. Judson, missionaries to Burmah.
Auburn [N.Y.] Derby & Miller. 1853
In three parts.; 356 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.; At head of title: Eighth thousand.
Reel: 189, No. 3398 Willson, Byron Forsythe.
The old sergeant and other poems.
115 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 189, No. 3399 Willson, Elisabeth Conwell (Smith).
79 p.; 22 cm.
Reel: 189, No. 3400 Wilmer, Lambert A., 1805?-1863.
Liberty triumphant; a poem in ten books.
34 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 189, No. 3401 Wilmer, Lambert A., 1805?-1863.
The life, travels and adventures of Ferdinand de Soto, discoverer of the Mississippi.
Philadelphia, J.T. Lloyd. 1858
Steel engravings by John and Samuel Sartain ... The illustrations, designed and engraved on wood, by J.W. Orr and R. Telfer...; iv, 532 p.; incl. illus., 8 plates, 3 plates, 3 port. (incl. front.); 23 cm.
Reel: 189, No. 3402 Wilmer, Lambert A., 1805?-1863.
Our press gang: or, A complete exposition of the corruption and crimes of the American newspapers.
Philadelphia, J.T. Lloyd. 1859
394 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.; "Vindication of Edgar A. Poe": p. 385.
Reel: 190, No. 3403 Wilmer, Lambert A., 1805?-1863.
The quacks of Helicon: a satire.
Philadelphia, J.W. Macclefield. 1841
v, , -54 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2607 ...The Wilmingtoniad; or, A touch at the times.
Printed at the Franklin press, by James Wilson. 1800
Wilmington [Del.]:; 19 p.; 16 cm.; In verse.; A political satire, apparently directed at certain residents of Wilmington, Delaware.
Glasgow, Printed for and sold by Brash & Reid. [1795?]
A true tale. By the author of Watty and Meg, Rab and Ringan, &c. To which is added, come under my plaidy. An original Scots song.; 8 p.; 15 cm.; In verse.
Reel: 76, No. 2222 [Wilson, Alexander] 1766-1813.
Rab and Ringan.
Glasgow, Brash & Reid. [18--]
A tale. As delivered in the Pantheon, Edinburgh. (Recited in the character of a poor pedlar). By the author of Watty and Meg. To which is added, The twa cats and the cheese. A tale. Demonstrating the great folly of going to law.; 8 p.; 14.5 cm.; In verse.
Reel: 76, No. 2220 [Wilson, Alexander] 1766-1813.
Watty & Meg; or, The wife reformed.
Paisley, Printed by G. Caldwell & co. 
Owers true a tale.; 8 p.; illus.; 18 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2610 Wilson, Fred.
Fred Wilson's book of original songs, as sung by the Morris brothers, Pell & Trowbridge's minstrels, at their opera house, Boston, Mass.
24 p.; 17 cm.; Cover-title.
Reel: 190, No. 3405 Wilson, George T., Mrs.
New York, J.F. Trow, printer. 1864
2 p.l., 2 [i.e. 5]-103 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 190, No. 3406 Wilson, John Grover, 1810-1885.
God all in all.
A tribute to the Christmas fair. Kensington, 1845.; 24 p.; 14 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2612 Wilson, John Grover, 1810-1885.
The lyre of youth, being a collection of original poems.
143 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2613 Wilson, John Lyde.
Cupid and Psyche; a mythological tale, from the 'Golden Ass' of Apuleius.
Charleston, S.C. 1842
4 p.l., v-xii, 2 p.l., -88 p.; plates.; 22 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2611 Wilson, Lizzie, 1835-1858.
Louisville, Hull & brother. 1860
With a biography...; 6 p.l., [xi]-xiv p., 4 l., -200 p.; 20 cm.; Added t.-p. in gold and colors: Poems by Lizzie.
Reel: 190, No. 3407 Wilson, R.W.
The true missionary spirit as exemplified in the life and triumphant death of John Milton Campbell.
83 p.; 15 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2614 Wilson, Robert (M.D.), b. 1809.
Boston, Printed by J. Wilson & son. 1856
1 p.l., [v]-vii, , 167, , 16 p.; 18 cm.; 'Rhymes of my youth': final 16 p., including separate t.-p.
Reel: 190, No. 3408 Wilson, William, 1801-1860.
Poughkeepsie [New York] A. Wilson. 1869
Edited by Benson J. Lossing.; xvi, 168 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.; "List of subscribers": p. [vii]-xvi.
Elegy's [!] on the death of that great divine, the Rev. John Wesley, who finished his course and his life, together in glorious triumph over death, on the second day of March, 1791, in the eighty-eighth year of his age.
Augusta [Ga.] Printed by William J. Bunce. 1801
By his friends. To which is subjoined, a remarkable letter, from a converted Deist [Samuel Kennedy Jennings].; 16 p.; Winchester's elegy: p. -10.
Columbus [Ohio] Ohio state journal steam book and job printing establishment. 1870
54 p.; 21.5 cm.
Reel: 190, No. 3411 Winn, Albert Mauer.
Address of Gen. A.M. Winn, president of the Mechanics' state council of California, delivered before the council, the eight hour associations, and united mechanics, by request of their joint committee, at Platt's hall, San Francisco, Friday evening, June 8, 1870.
San Francisco, California, J. Winterburn & co., printers. 1870
16 p.; 22 cm.; Cover-title.; "Working men's song. By Henry Clay Preuss": 3d page of cover.
Reel: 190, No. 3412 [Winner, Septimus] 1827-1902.
The book of adventures, by Alice Hawthorne [pseud.].
Philadelphia, H. Davis. 1855
128 p.; plates.; 15 cm.; Title vignette.
Reel: 190, No. 3413 [Winner, Septimus] 1827-1902.
Our Jenny, a story for young people, by Alice Hawthorne [pseud.].
New York, J. Miller. [185-?]
128 p.; illus., incl. front.; 15 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2619 Winslow, Benjamin Davis, 1815-1839.
Class poem, delivered in the university chapel, July 14, at the valedictory exercises of the class of 1835.
Cambridge [Mass.] Printed by C. Folsom. 1835
28 p.; 22.5 cm.
Reel: 155, No. 2620 Winslow, Benjamin Davis, 1815-1839.
[His] sermons and poetical remains; to which is prefixed the sermon preached after his decease with notes by G. W. Doane.; 317 p.
Reel: 155, No. 2621 Winslow, Hubbard, 1799-1864.
The lady's manual of moral and intellectual culture.
New York, Leavitt and Allen. 1854
By Rev. Hubbard Winslow and Mrs. John San[d]ford.; 6 p.l., vii, , -81, , 175 p.; 18.5 cm.; Cover-title: The Benison.; Each part has separate pagination.; Also issued as "Affection's gift", n.d., "Token and Atlantic souvenir", n.d., and "Memory's gift", n.d.
Reel: 190, No. 3414 Winsor, William.
The poetic art: a poem, delivered before the United Brothers Society, of Brown University, on their anniversary, September 3, 1811.
Providence: Printed by Jones and Wheeler. 1812
Reel: 76, No. 2235 Winter.
New York, Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, No. 261 Pearl Street; Baltimore, Samuel S. Wood & Co., No. 212, Market St. 1818
Old age - The winter of life.;  p.; illus.
Reel: 76, No. 2237 Winter and summer on Ontario's shore, by a lady [pseud.].
St. Catherines [Quebec] Printed at the "Constitutional" Office. 1861
10 p.; 19 cm.; T.-p. and text within line borders.
Reel: 190, No. 3418 Winter sermon, for Christmas and New Years.
(In Household words. 21 cm.); Added illus. t.p.
Reel: 190, No. 3419 Winter, William, 1836-1917.
The emotion of sympathy: a metrical essay, read before the Cambridge High school association, at Cambridge, July 26th, 1856.
Boston, Printed by H.W. Dutton and son. 1856
16 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 190, No. 3415 Winter, William, 1836-1917.
Boston, G.W. Briggs & co. 1855
viii, -143 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 190, No. 3416 Winter, William, 1836-1917.
The queens domain; and other poems.
Boston, E.O. Libby & co.; New York, C. Scribner. 1859
The Puritan: a series of essays, critical, moral, and miscellaneous.
Boston, Perkins & Marvin; Philadelphia, H. Perkins. 1836
By John Oldbug, esq. [pseud.] ...; 2 v.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2624 Withington, Oliver Wendell.
A poem delivered before the Associate Alumni of the University of Vermont at the annual commencement, August, 1849.; 23 p.; 21 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2626 Withington, William, b. 1785.
Modern ideas in prose and poetry, dictated by the true spirit, with a short biographical sketch of the author.
Portland [Maine] Printed by B. Thurston. 1854
36 p.; 15.5 cm.; Text on cover.
Reel: 190, No. 3424 Wolcott, Eliza.
The two sister's poems and memoirs.
New Haven. 1830
Reel: 156, No. 2627 Wolcott, Roger, 1679-1797.
Poetical meditations, being the improvement of some vacant hours.
New London: Printed and sold by T. Green. 1725
with a preface by the Reverend Mr. Bulkley of Colchester.; 1vi, ii, 78 p.
Reel: 76, No. 2243 [Wolcott, William].
Grateful reflections on the divine goodness vouchsaf'd to the American arms in their remarkable successes in the northern department, after the giving up of our fortresses at Ticonderoga, on the 6th of July, A.D. 1777.
Hartford, Printed and sold by Hudson & Goodwin. 
With some account of the battles fought, and the transactions of that memorable campaign. Occasioned by the surrender of the King's forces by Lieutenant-General Burgoyne to Major-General Gates, on the 23rd day of October, in said year. In four parts.; 60 p.; Imperfect: Title page lacking, and p. 55-60.