Reel: 190, No. 3426 The Wonderful history of an enchanted castle, kept by Giant Grumbo.
Albany, Printed by E. and E. Hosford. 1810
Ornamented with engravings.; 31 p.; Cover-title: The enchanted castle.; Includes alphabet verses.
Reel: 76, No. 2246 Wood, Anne Brown (Francis), b. 1828.
[Manuscript book of poems].
 l.; 28 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2628 Wood, Benjamin, 1772-1849.
A sermon delivered at Upton [Mass.] by Rev. Benjamin Wood, June 1, 1846, being the day which completed fifty years from the time of his induction into the Pastral office over the [Congregational] church and people in that place.
Worcester, H.J. Howland. 1846
32 p.; 22 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2629 Wood, James, 1799-1867.
Memoir of Sylvester Scovel, D.D., late president of Hanover college, Ia., and formerly domestic missionary and missionary agent in the West.
New Albany [Indiana] J.B. Anderson. 1851
213 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3427 Wood, M. Elva.
Songs of the noon and night.
New York, D. Appleton & co. 1866
ix, -251 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3428 [Wood, Mary S.] comp.
Social hours with friends.
315 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3429 Woodman, Charles T., b. 1802.
Narrative of Charles T. Woodman, a reformed inebriate.
Boston, T. Abbot. 1843
1 p.l., [v]-viii, -208 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2630 Woodman, Charles T., b. 1802.
Temperance & intemperance contrasted.
Newburyport, Mass. 1842
and metaphorically illustrated. A poem written in an alms house.; 8 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2631 Woodmansee, James, 1814-1887.
The closing scene: a vision.
Cincinnati, Printed at the Methodist Book Concern for the Author. 1857
In twelve books.; 296 p.; 17.5 cm.; At end: Does the world want the other six books?; Contains only six books; no more published?; In verse.
Reel: 191, No. 3430 Woodmansee, James, 1814-1887.
Wrinkles from the brow of experience; and other poems.
51, , 55-179 p.; 19 cm.; Testimonials: p. 157-179.
Reel: 191, No. 3431 Woodruff, Leo M.
The man for the times; a poem before the Delta Upsilon fraternity at its 35th annual convention, 1869.
[New York]. (1870)
In The University review, a quarterly review. 20 cm. p. 24-29.
Reel: 191, No. 3432 Woodward, B.W.
Our country; a poem read before the students of Hobart College and the citizens of Geneva, Feb. 22, 1862.
14 p.; 25 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3433 Woodworth, David.
The grave of Morris; a poem.
12 p.; 15 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2632 Woodworth, David.
The pilgrim fathers.
Reel: 156, No. 2633 [Woodworth, David].
Young life, a poem; or, The author's own amusements.
Albany, Printed by J. Munsell. 1838
64 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2634 Woodworth, Francis Channing, 1812-1859.
Buds and blossoms from our own garden.
Auburn, Alden, Beardsley & co. 1852
By F.C. Woodworth and T.S. Arthur.; xii, -240 p.; front., illus.; 19 cm.; Running-title: Wreaths of friendship.
Reel: 191, No. 3435 Woodworth, Francis Channing, 1812-1859.
Uncle Frank's pleasant pages for the fireside.
New York, H. Dayton; Indianapolis, Indiana, Asher & co. 1859
A miscellany of tales, sketches, travels, biography, history, fables, anecdotes, dialogues, poetry, etc.; viii, -312 p.; front., illus.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3437 Woodworth, Francis Channing, 1812-1859.
A wheat-sheaf gathered from our own fields, by F. C. Woodworth and T. S. Arthur.
New York, M.W. Dodd. 1850
xii, -288 p.; front., illus., plates.; 17 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2635 [Woodworth, Francis Channing] 1812-1859.
The A B C picture book.
New York, Clark, Austin & Smith. 1853
With stories. By Theodore Thinker [pseud.]; 96 p.; illus.; 12 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3434 [Woodworth, Francis Channing] 1812-1859.
The two cousins; or, How to be loved, by Theodore Thinker [pseud.].
New York, Clark, Austin & Smith. 1853
96 p.; front., illus., plates; 12 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3436 [Woodworth, John].
An address to youth: by a young man, in a declining state of health.
Montpelier, Vermont. 1819
, 4-7, , 10 p.
Reel: 76, No. 2248 [Woodworth, John].
The battle of Plattsburgh: a poem.
Montpelier, [Vt.], Printed by E.P. Walton. 1819
In three cantos. By an American youth.; iv, 46 p.
Reel: 76, No. 2249 Woodworth, Samuel.
Beasts at law; or, Zoologian jurisprudence; a poem, satirical, allegorical, and moral.
New-York: Printed and published by J. Harmer & Co. 1811
In three cantos. Translated from the Arabic of Sampfilius Philoerin, Z.Y.X.W., &c., &c. whose fables have made so much noise in the East, and whose name has eclipsed that of Aesop. With notes and annotations.; , 6-104 p.
Reel: 76, No. 2250 [Woodworth, Samuel].
Bubble & squeak; or, A dish of all sorts.
New York: Printed for the booksellers. 1814
Being a collection of American poems, published in New York; comprising Quarter-day, or The horrors of the first of May; Beasts at law, or Zoologian jurisprudence; The fatal armour; The desponding lovers, and the capture and shipwreck of the U.S. Brig. Vixen.; 35, 104, 22, 35, 16 p.
Reel: 76, No. 2251 [Woodworth, Samuel].
An excursion of the dog-cart, a poem by an imprisoned debtor.
New York, W. Bonker. 1822
24 p.; 22 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2636 Woodworth, Samuel.
Melodies, duets, trios, songs and ballads, together with metrical epistles, tables, and recitations.
Reel: 157, No. 2639 [Woodworth, Samuel].
New-York: Printed for the Author. 1809
A poem, satirical and sentimental, with critical, humorous, descriptive, historical, biographical, and explanatory notes. By Selim [pseud.]; , 4-34 p.
Reel: 77, No. 2255 Woodworth, Samuel, 1785-1842.
The champions of freedom; or, The mysterious chief, a romance of the nineteenth century, founded on the events of the war, between the United States and Great Britain, which terminated in March, 1815.
New York: Printed and published by Charles N. Baldwin. 1816
2 v.; 17.5 x 10 cm.
Reel: 77, No. 2252 Woodworth, Samuel, 1785-1842.
Melodies, duets, trios, songs, and ballads, pastoral amatory, sentimental, patriotic, religious and miscellaneous.
New-York, Pub. for the author, by Elliot & Palmer. 1830
Together with metrical epistles, tales and recitations. 2nd ed., comprising many late productions never before published.; 3 p.l., -288 p.; front., plates.; 15.5 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2637 Woodworth, Samuel, 1785-1842.
Melodies, duets, trios, songs, and ballads, pastoral, amatory, sentimental, patriotic, religious and miscellaneous.
New-York, Pub. for the author, by Elliot & Palmer. 1831
Together with metrical epistles, tales and recitations. 3d ed., comprising many late productions never before published.; 3 p.l., -288 p.; front., plates.; 15.5 cm.
Reel: 156, No. 2638 Woodworth, Samuel, 1785-1842.
The poems, odes, songs, and other metrical effusions, of Samuel Woodworth.
New-York: Published by Abraham Asten and Matthias Lopez. 1818
A poem ... written in the autumn of 1813 ...; 108 p.
Reel: 77, No. 2254 [Woodworth, Samuel] 1785-1842.
Quarter-day, or The horrors of the first of May.
New-York: Printed and published by S. Woodworth & Co. 1812
A poem by the author of "Beasts at law." From the Halcyon Press.; , 4-35,  p.
Reel: 77, No. 2257 Worcester, Samuel Melanchthon, 1801-1866.
Triumph in trial.
Boston, Crocker and Brewster. 1862
A memorial of Sarah S. Mugford, of Salem, Mass., by S.M. Worcester, D.D., [with selections from her writings, poetry and prose]...; 108 p.
Reel: 191, No. 3439 A Word to husbands and wives, or those who intend to become such: being the last legacy of a disconsolate old widower.
Boston, Skinner & Blanchard. 1844
28 p.; 21 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2650 The Work and contention of Heaven.
[New-London, Printed and sold]. [1800?]
Reel: 77, No. 2261 Work, Henry Clay, 1832-1884.
The Upshot family, a serio-comic poem.
Philadelphia, H.C. Work. 1868
64 p.; illus.; 19 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3440 [Wormeley, Judith].
The Potomic muse.
Richmond, T.W. White. 1825
2 p.l., iii, -172 p.
Reel: 157, No. 2641 [Worth, Gorham A.].
American bards: a modern poem, in three parts.
West of the mountains.; vi, 52 p.
Reel: 77, No. 2262 Worthington, George Fitzhugh, d. 1887.
Baltimore, The author. 1868
3d ed., with additions and corrections.; 1 p.l., vi, 7-170 p., 1 l.; 14 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3442 [Worthington, George Fitzhugh] d. 1887.
Behold thy mother; and other poems.
Baltimore, G.F. Worthington. 1864
By a clergyman of Maryland. 2d ed., enlarged and improved.; 91 p.; 13 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3441 A Wreath for home.
New York. 1837
Reel: 157, No. 2642 A Wreath of wildwood flowers.
unp.; 15 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2643 [Wrenshall, John] 1761-1821.
Farewell to Pittsburg and the mountains.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Joseph Rakestraw. 1818
Remarks on the scenery; description of the difficulties surmounted by emigrants. Interspersed with reflections political, prudential and moral; and exactly calculated for those whom it may fit. A poem,; 32 p.
Reel: 77, No. 2264 Wright, Elizabeth C.
Lichen tufts, from the Alleghanies.
New York, M. Doolady. 1860
viii, -228 p.; 19 cm.; Verse and prose.
Reel: 191, No. 3443 Wright, Elizur, 1804-1885.
An eye opener for the wide awakes.
Boston, Thayer & Eldridge. 1860
a Union-saving, constitutional, conservative ... abolitionist.; 59 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 191, No. 3444 Wright, Ida Russell.
Household stuff and some other things.
2 p.l., 173,  p.
Reel: 192, No. 3445 Wright, Judah, 1774-1844.
Alonzo's dream; or, An allegorical representation of the light in which faults and misfortunes are frequently viewed by the unthinking part of mankind.
Worcester, Printed by Wm. Manning. 1823
To which are subjoined, Lines, composed on the death of four young ladies, drowned at Sutton, May 27, 1822.; 24 p.
Reel: 157, No. 2644 Wright, Judah, 1774-1844.
Poems, on various subjects.
Boston: Printed by Samuel Avery. 1812
Reel: 77, No. 2265 Wright, Nathaniel Hill.
Boston; or, A touch at the times.
Boston: Printed by Hews & Goss. 1819
A poem, descriptive, serious, and satirical. "Boston folks are full of notions."--Anonymous.; , 8-24 p.
Reel: 77, No. 2266 Wright, Nathaniel Hill.
The fall of Palmyra: and other poems.
Middlebury, Vt., Published by William Slade, jun. 1817
Reel: 77, No. 2267 Wright, Nathaniel Hill.
Monody, on the death of Brigadier General Zebulon Montgomery Pike, and other poems.
Middlebury, Vt., Printed by Slade & Ferguson. 1814
Reel: 77, No. 2268 [Wright, Robert William] 1816-1885.
The church knaviad; or, Horace in West Haven.
New Haven, Published by Dr. Faustus [pseud.] No. 89 High-old-Fleet-street. 1864
A slight touch of the serio-comic, touching church knavery, by Horatius Flaccus [pseud.]; 91 p.; 19.5 cm.; Fictitious imprint.; In verse.
Reel: 192, No. 3446 Wright, William Bull, 1840-1880.
Highland rambles: a poem.
Boston, Adams & co. 1868
vi p., 1 l., -183 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 192, No. 3448 Wright, William H.
Remorse; a poem.
31 p.; 25 cm.; Contains also, The characteristics of a statesman, an oration by J.A. Pearce.
Reel: 192, No. 3449 Wrightson, William.
12 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2645 Wyatt, Thomas.
Memoirs of the generals, commodores, and other commanders, who distinguished themselves in the American army and navy during the wars of the revolution and 1812, and who were presented with medals by Congress, for their gallant services.
An oration, by William Maxwell Evarts, and a poem, by Francis Miles Finch, delivered before the Linonian Society of Yale college, at its centennial anniversary, with an account of the celebration.
New Haven, Published by the Linonian Society. 1853
91 p.; Includes Song, by F.M. Finch, and Song, by W.S. Colton.
Reel: 192, No. 3462 The Yankies war-hoop, or, Lord North's Te-Deum for the victorious defeat at Boston, on the 17th of June, 1775.
London: Printed for S. Bladon. 1775
Written by an American.; 15 p.; 26.3 cm.
Reel: 77, No. 2273 Yarico to Inkle, an epistle.
Springfield: Printed by Elisha Babcock. 1784
24 p.; 19 x 15 cm.
Reel: 77, No. 2274 Yates, J.D.
An oration, delivered at the public anniversary celebration of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in Odd Fellow's Hall, Boston, Feb. 22, 1826.
20 p.; 24 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2655 Yawger, Clara P. (Walley), 1826-1862.
Auburn, W.J. Moses. 1864
iv, -260 p.; front. (port.); 15 cm.; Lettered on spine: Poems by Alice.
Reel: 192, No. 3463 Ye Book of bubbles; a contribution to the New York fair in 1864 and of the Sanitary commission.
New York, Endicott & co. 1864
1 p.l., iv p., 68 p.l.; 16 x 24.5 cm.
Reel: 21, No. 353 [Yelland, Francis] b. 1823.
The exile's lay: valedictory to the land of his birth and salutatory to that of his adoption: and other poems.
Boston, J. French & co. 1855
By the Border minstrel.; iv, -122 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 192, No. 3464 Yellott, Coleman, 1821-1870.
Reel: 157, No. 2651 Yellott, Coleman, 1821-1870.
The professor of insanity; or, A new way to make a fortune.
A drama, in five acts.; 36 p.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 192, No. 3465 [Yellott, George].
The paradise of fools, or, The wonderful adventures of Beelzebub Bubble, a satire on somebody, by Nathan Nobody; with a critique, by Simon Snappingturtle, esq.
Baltimore, N. Hickman. 1841
88 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2653 Yellott, George, b. 1819.
The maid of Peru, with other poems.
Baltimore, W. Taylor. 1848
156 p.; 20 x 11.5 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2652 [Yellott, George] b. 1819.
The Thompsonian quack, or The miraculous cure and marvellous metamorphosis: a satire on somebody, by Nathan Nobody [pseud.] with a critique by Billy Booby [pseud.].
Baltimore, W. Taylor, publisher for the author. 1848
vi, -70 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2654 The Young artists, and other stories.
New York, P.J. Cozans. [18--]
Reel: 77, No. 2282 The Young grayhead.
Yonkers, New York, W.H. Post. 1865
A tale of the ford.; 16 p.; 17 cm.; "Published in the Knickerbocker of January, 1848, from a manuscript volume in possession of a friend of the editor. It is there attributed to Thomas Miller, the London 'Basket-maker'. It was not, however, written by Miller, and the name of the author is unknown."--Note, verso of t.-p.; Originally published in Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine, February 1843, signed: C.
from the blessed moment of his leaving school to the identica moment of his going back again; showing how there never was such a boy as that boy. Designed by Leech, and engraved by Baker.; 24 p.; col. illus.; 25 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2657 Young, Cuyler W.
Greatness reviewed; or, The rise of the South; with a Southern national air, and The song of the Cuba invaders.
Savannah, Printed for the author. 1851
vi, -72 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 192, No. 3466 Young, David, 1781-1852.
Elizabeth-town [N.J.] Printed by Woodruff and Periam. 1804
A poem, in two parts.; 34 p.
Reel: 77, No. 2276 Young, Edward James, 1829-1906.
The ministry: a farewell discourse delivered in Channing Church, Newton, Mass., March 21, 1869.
Boston, Nichols and Noyes. 1869
Printed by vote of the Society.; 21 p.; 24 cm.; Contains Parting hymn, by Lewis G. Pray.; Author's presentation copy.
viii, -191 p.; 19.5 x 11.5 cm.; Dedication signed: Edward.
Reel: 192, No. 3467 Young, Robert.
The dying criminal: a poem.
New-London [n.p.]. [1779?]
on his own execution, which was on Thursday last, November 11th, 1779, for a rape committed on the body of Jane Green, a child eleven years of age, at Brookfield, in the County of Worcester, on the 3rd day of September last. Corrected from his own manuscript.; broadside.
Reel: 77, No. 2280 Young, Robert.
The dying criminal: poem by Robert Young, on his own execution, which is to be on this day Nov. 11, 1779, for rape committed on the body of Jane Green, a child eleven years of age, at Brookfield, in the county of Worcester, on the third day of September last.
Reel: 77, No. 2279 Young, William, 1809-1888.
Béranger: Two hundred of his lyrical poems, done into English verse.
New York, D. Appleton and co. 1869
4th ed.; , 370, 9,  p.; 12 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Reel: 192, No. 3468.1 Young, William, 1809-1888, tr.
Béranger: Two hundred of his lyric poems, done into English verse.
New York. 1850
Reel: 157, No. 2656 [Young, William] 1809-1888.
Mathieu Ropars: et cetera [short stories and poems] By an ex-editor.
New York, G.P. Putnam & son. 1868
236 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 192, No. 3469 Zappone, Almerieus.
Latin poems, addressed to his friends on particular occasions, and respectfully dedicated to his pupils.
2ed.; 15 p.
Reel: 157, No. 2658 Zilia: a poem, in three cantos.
New York, G. & C. & H. Carvill. 1830
54 p.; 21 cm.
Reel: 157, No. 2659 Zion's bank; or, Bible promises, secured to all believers.