Charleston, Printed by Markland & M'Iver, no. 47 Bay. 1792
A poem.; 16 p.
Reel: 40, No. 1044 Johnson, Thomas.
The Kentucky miscellany.
Lexington, Ky. 1789
Reel: 40, No. 1045 Johnston, Archibald.
The mariner; a poem in two cantos.
Philadelphia, Published by Edward Earle, corner of Fourth and Library streets, William Fry, printer. 1818
3 p.l., -152 p.
Reel: 40, No. 1046 [Joline, John K.].
An heroic address, for the fourth of July, 1813.
[New Brunswick, N.J., Abraham Blauvelt?]. 
Inscribed to the New Jersey, Washington Benevolent Society, in New Brunswick. By a member. From the press of the Guardian.; 12 p.
Reel: 40, No. 1047 [Joline, John K.].
[Brief] journal of the taking of Cape Breton, put in metre, by L.G. one of the soldiers in the expedition.
Reel: 40, No. 1048 Jones, Elizabeth C.
Poems on different subjects, original and selected.
Providence, H.H. Brown, printer. 1819
Reel: 40, No. 1049 [Jones, James Athearn] 1791-1854.
Bonaparte; with The storm at sea, Madaline, and other poems.
New York, Published by Haly and Thomas, no. 143, Broadway. 1820
Reel: 40, No. 1050 Jones, Walter.
A Masonic poem, delivered at Mansfield, (Conn.) before Trinity chapter of Royal Arch Masons; and Eastern Star and Uriel Lodges; on the anniversary festival of St. John the evangelist.
Bookfield, Printed by E. Merriam & Co. 1819
To which is added a eulogy pronounced at the grave of Brother Austin Stowell, of Pomfret (Conn.) Feb. 22, A.L. 5814. Together with an address delivered June 30th, A.L. 5819, at the interment of Brother Stephen Lewis, of Ashford (Conn.) ... Published by request.; 24 p.
Reel: 40, No. 1051 [Joy, George].
Innocency's complaint against tyrannical court [Faction?] in newengland.
[Cambridge, Samuel Green]. 1677
Reel: 40, No. 1052 Judge Wolcott.
New Haven, Printed by James Parker and Company. 1760
A funeral poem upon Roger Wolcott Esq; who was one of the honourable council of the colony of Connecticut, and a judge of their superior court; who died October 19th, 1759; in the 56 year of his age. Inscribed to William Wolcott esq; ...; 10 p.
Reel: 40, No. 1053.1 Julap, Giles.
The glosser; a poem in two books.
Reel: 40, No. 1054 Junius, Juvenal, pseud.
The Philadelphia pursuits of literature.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, and published by John Davis, at the original publication store, 86 Arch street, opposite the Presbyterian church. 1805
A satirical poem. Book the Second. To which is added a candid and dispassionate dissertation on the merits of the writers in the port folio and other distinguished literary characters of Philadelphia: comprehending also an estimate of the poetry of Mr. Clifton, by John Davis. 1st ed.; 12 p.
Reel: 40, No. 1055 Juvenalis, Decimus Junius.
A new translation with notes, of the third satire of Juvenal.
New York, Printed for E. Sargeant, no. 39, Wall street, opposite the United States Bank. 1806
To which are added miscellaneous poems, original and translated.; xxvi, 190,  p.
Reel: 40, No. 1056 Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704.
[The travels of true godliness and ungodliness; abridged from the works of Mr. Benjamin Keach; showing the different success they met with, in their various journeying amongst the race of fallen spirits, who are clothed for a season with flesh and blood, and commonly called men and women.].
[Philadelphia, Printed for Ezekiel Cooper]. 
A a [!] poem, on the unsuccessful me[asu]res taken ay [!] the British army; in order to enslave and destroy the United States in North America: from the beginning of the war, 1775, to the taking of General Burgoyne, and the the [!] army under his command, at Saratoga [!] 1777.
Reel: 40, No. 1059 Kennedy, Thomas.
Washington City, Printed by Daniel Rapine, for the author. 1816
Reel: 40, No. 1061 Kennedy, Thomas.
Songs of love and liberty.
Washington City, Printed by Daniel Rapine. 1817
Reel: 40, No. 1062 [Kiemer, Samuel].
An elegy on the much lamented death of the ingenious and well-beloved Aquila Rose, clerk to the honourable assembly at Philadelphia, who died the 24th of the 4th month, 1723.
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Samuel Kiemer. 1723
Aged 28.; broadside.; In Hazard, Samuel, ed. The Register of Pennsylvania. Vol. II No. 17. Philadelphia, 1828.; p. 262.
Reel: 41, No. 1063 [Kilty, William] 1757-1821.
The vision of Don Crocker: à poem, in three parts.
Baltimore, Printed for the author, G. Dobbin and Murphy, printers. 
Reel: 41, No. 1064 Kimmens, Hugh.
The number of the beast.
New York, Printed for the author, Southwick and Hardcastle, printers, no. 2 Wall street. 1806
Reel: 41, No. 1074 [Ladd, Joseph Brown] 1764-1786.
The poems of Arouet [pseud.].
Charleston, South Carolina, Printed by Bowen and Markland, no. 53, Church street, and no. 11, Elliot street. 1786
xvi, 128 p.
Reel: 41, No. 1076 Lectures to young ladies, to which are added short hymns, suited to the subjects.
Hartford, Printed by John Babcock. 1801
By a lady.; 96 p.
Reel: 41, No. 1077 Lafoy, John B.M.D.
The complete coiffeur; or, An essay on the art of adorning natural, and of creating artificial beauty.
New York, Stereotyped for the proprietors, and sold by all the principal booksellers. 1817
2 v. in 1. . plates.; Added engraved t.p.
Reel: 41, No. 1081 Lake, William.
The Parnassian pilgrim; or, The posthumous works of the late Mr. William Lake, with a sketch of his life.
Hudson, printed at the Balance Press. 1807
184 p.; Imperfect: lacks p. 125-126.
Reel: 41, No. 1082 A Lamentation for Gen. Washington, Esq., commander in chief of the combined forces of America and France, during the Revolutionary War, and afterwards President of the United States of America - who died December 14th, 1799.
Boston, N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk street, [n.p.]. [n.d.]
Reel: 41, No. 1084 The Lamentations of Mary Magdalene, on missing the body of our Lord out of the sepulchre. Together with her exultation on the angel's appearing and telling He was risen from the dead.
Printed for William Glendinning, Preacher of the Gospel.; 11 p.
Reel: 41, No. 1086 La Neuville, M.J.
Elegie sur la mort de George Washington.
Philadelphia, Chez Thomas & William Bradford, libraires, premiere rue sud, no. 8. 1800
7,  p.
Reel: 41, No. 1089 Lanman, Sarah, 1820-1825.
3 v.; Holograph.; First entry dated 1 February 1820 and final 10 June 1825.
A monody, sacred to the memory of the Rev. John Lovejoy Abbot, A.M., pastor of the Church in Chauncey-Place, Boston; who died October 17, 1814.
Boston, Published by Munroe, Francis & Parker, no. 4, Cornhill. 1815
16 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1098 Lathrop, John, 1772-1820.
The speech of Caunonicus; or, An Indian tradition, a poem, with explanatory notes.
Calcutta, Printed by T. Hollingberry, Hircarrah Press. 1802
2 p.l., [iii]-xi, 24,  p.; 24 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1099 [Law, Thomas].
New-York, Printed by S. Gould, opposite City Hall. 1806
Reel: 42, No. 1100 Leacock, John.
The fall of British tyranny; or, American liberty triumphant.
The first campaign. A tragi-comedy of five acts, as lately planned at the Royal Theatrum Pandemonium, at St. James's. The principal place of action in America. Published according to act of Parliament.; Printed by J. Douglas M'Dougall, on the west side of the great bridge.; 66 p.; map. (fold.).
Reel: 42, No. 1102 [Leacock, John].
The fall of British tyranny: or, American liberty triumphant.
Philadelphia, Printed by Styner and Cist, in Second street, near Arch street. 1776
The first campaign. A tragi-comedy of five acts, as lately planned at the Royal theatrum pandemonium, at St. James's. The principal place of action in America. Published according to act of Parliament.; viii, 66 p.; 21.5 cm.
Boston, Printed at the Bible & Heart in Cornhill. [1777?]
10 p.; 16 cm.; (12 mo.).
Reel: 42, No. 1104 Leavitt, Joshua, 1794-1873.
A poem: addressed, originally, to the patrons of the Herald of Gospel liberty published in Portland; but which will not, it is presumed, be inapplicable to the feelings of every friend of Zion.
Portland [Me.] Herald press. January 1, 1811
8 p.,  p.; 15 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1105 Ledyard, Isaac, 1754-1803.
A collection of poetry on different subjects.
New York, Printed for friends of the deceased. 1809
Copied from the original papers after the death of the author, unrevised, and some unfinished.; 84 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1106 Lee, Chauncey, 1763-1842.
The trial of virtue, a sacred poem; being a paraphrase of the whole book of Job, and designed as an explanatory comment upon the divine original, interspersed with critical notes upon a variety of its passages.
Hartford, Printed by Lincoln and Gleason. 1806
In six parts. To which is annexed, a dissertation upon the book of Job. By [a] Pastor of a church in Colebrook.; 226 p.
Reel: 42, No. 1107 [Lee, Richard] 1747-1823.
The melancholy end of ungrateful children.
Rutland, Printed for Richard Lee. 1795
Exemplified in the dreadful fate of the son and daughter of a wealthy farmer, who, after receiving and dividing the wealth of their parents, refused them in their old age, the shelter of their roof, or a morsel of bread. With an account of the wonderful scenes the daughter beheld in her trance. Printed for the benefit of the rising generation, at the particular request of all who were eye-witnesses to the scene.; 8 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1108 [Lee, Richard] 1747-1823.
Fifty-four acrostic, on the names of Richard Lee and his four sons.
[Rutland, Vt.? Josiah Fay?]. [1797?]
24 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1109 Leftly, Charles.
An epistle in verse, written from America in the year 18**, by Charles Leftly, the younger.
[T. Kaye, printer, Liverpool.] Printed in. 1819
Reel: 42, No. 1111 [Le Mercier, Andre].
The Christian rapture.
Boston, Printed by Rogers and Towle, for D. Gookin, in Marborough street, near the old south meeting house. 1747
A poem.; 2 p.l., 11 p.
Reel: 42, No. 1115 [Leonard, David Augustus] 1771-1819.
The laws of Siasconset: a ballad.
New Bedford, Mass., Printed by John Spooner. 1797
Proposed with a pipe of tobacco, as an evening's amusement to the fishermen. (To the tune "Vicar of Bray.") By a friend to native simplicity. Embellished with a copper-plate.; 8 p.; 20 cm.
New York, Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic repository, Shakespeare-gallery. 1809
58 p.; 16.5 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1134 Lines composed on the death of General Washington.
Reel: 42, No. 1137 Lines composed on the execution of W. Clement's: Who was shot for desertion, on Fort Independence, Feb. 18 having been four times pardoned, but having last deserted his post, was condemned to die.
Reel: 42, No. 1138 Lines composed on the Great Earthquake, in the year 1755.
Reel: 42, No. 1139 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
The death of Washington.
Philadelphia, Printed by John Ormrod, no. 41, Chesnut street. 1800
A poem. In imitation of the manner of Ossian.; iv, -26 p.; 21.5 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1140 [Linn, John Blair] 1777-1804.
Miscellaneous works, prose and poetical.
New York, Printed by Thomas Greenleaf. 1795
By a young gentleman of New-York.; 353,  p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 42, No. 1141 [Linn, John Blair] 1777-1804.
The poetical wanderer; containing dissertations on the early poetry of Greece, on tragic poetry, and on the power of noble actions on the mind.
New York, Printed for the author, by G. Forman, opposite the Post Office. 1796
To which are added several poems. By the author of Miscellaneous works.; 112 p., 1,  p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1142 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
The powers of genius, a poem in three parts.
Philadelphia, Published by Asbury Dickins, opposite Christ Church. H. Maxwell, Printer, Columbia House. 1801
127 p.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1143 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
The powers of genius, a poem, in three parts.
Philadelphia, Published by John Conrad & Co., no. 30, Chesnut street, Philadelphia; and sold by M. & J. Conrad & Co., no. 140, Market street, Baltimore; and Rapin, Conrad & Co., Washington City. H. Maxwell, Printer. 1802
2d ed., cor. and enl.; 191 p.; plates. (front. port.); 15.5 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1144 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
The powers of genius, a poem in three parts.
[London] Albion Press, Printed by J. Cundee, Ivy lane, for T. Williams, Stationers' Court, and T. Hurst, Paternoster Row. 1804
1 p.l., xv, 155,  p.; illus.; 17 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1145 Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804.
Valerian, a narrative poem: intended, in part, to described the early persecutions of Christians, and rapidly to illustrate the influence of Christianity on the manners of nations.
Philadelphia, Printed by Thomas and George Palmer, 116 High street. 1805
... With a sketch of the life and character of the author.; xxvi p., 1 l., 97 p.; front. (port.); 24.5 cm.
Reel: 43, No. 1146 [Litch, Samuel] 1779-1860.
An address on the industry of Washington; delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society, at Jaffrey, Oct. 16, '15.