The tutors' and scholars' museum: containing a curious short method of addition; also, a great variety of useful and amusing questions in arithmetic.
Doylestown [Pa.] Printed for the author. 1819
To which is added, A letter [in verse] written in Virginia, to the author's scholars in the County of Bucks, &c.; 24 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 58, No. 1724 [Sands, Robert Charles].
The bridal of Vaumond; a metrical romance.
New York, Published by James Eastburn and Co., literary rooms, corner of Broadway and Pine street, Abraham Paul, printer. 1817
Reel: 58, No. 1725 Sandys, George, 1578-1644.
A Paraphrase upon the divine poems.
London, At the Bell in St. Pauls Church-yard. CIO.IOC.-XXXVIII. 
11 p.l., 55 l., , 171, 15, 33,  p.; 27.5 cm.; Colophon: London, Printed by John Legatt, 1637.
Reel: 58, No. 1726 Sandys, George, 1578-1644.
A paraphrase upon the divine poems.
London, Printed by J.M. for George Sawbridge, at the Bible on Ludgate-Hill. 1676
12 p.l., 79, , 240, 87 p.
Reel: 58, No. 1727 Sandys, George, 1578-1644.
A paraphrase upon the divine poems.
[London?] Printed in the yeare. 1648
11 p.l., 63 p., , 224, 17, 11, 27 p.; 17 cm.; Contents.--A paraphrase upon Job.--A paraphrase upon the Psalmes of David, by G.S. Set to new tunes for private devotion: and a thorough base, for voice or instrument, by Henry Lawes.--A paraphrase upon Ecclesiastes.--A paraphrase upon the Lamentations of Jeremiah.--A paraphrase upon the songs collected out of the Old and New-testaments.
Reel: 59, No. 1728 Vergilius Maro, Publius.
The culex of Virgil; with a translation into English verse, by Lucius M. Sargent.
Boston, Printed at the Emerald Press, by Belcher and Armstrong, no. 70 State street. 1807
With other poems.; 135 p.; 26 cm.; Contents.--Dedication to the memory of my brother.--Hubert and Ellen.--The trial of the harp.--Billowy water.--The plunderer's grave.--The tear drop.--The billow.
Reel: 59, No. 1730 Sargent, Lucius Manlius, 1786-1867.
Hubert and Ellen.
Boston, Chester Stebbins. 1812
With other poems.; 135 p.; 36 cm.; Contents.--Dedication to the memory of my brother.--Hubert and Ellen.--The trial of the harp.--Billowy water.--The plunderer's grave.--The tear-drop.--The billow.
Reel: 59, No. 1731 Sargent, Lucius Manlius, 1786-1867.
Hubert and Ellen.
Boston, Published by Chester Stebbins. 1813
135 p.; 23 cm.; Contents.--Dedication to the memory of my brother.--Hubert and Ellen.--The trial of the harp.--Billowy water.--The plunderer's grave.--The tear-drop.--The billow.
Reel: 59, No. 1732 Sargent, Lucius Manlius, 1786-1867.
Hubert and Ellen.
Boston, Published by Wells and Lilly. 1815
With other poems. 3d ed., with alterations.; 96 p.; Contents.--Dedication to the memory of my brother.--Hubert and Ellen.--The trial of the harp.--Billowy water.--The plunder's grave.--The tear-drop.--The billow.
Reel: 59, No. 1733 Sasse, Bernhard Heinrich, fl. 1775.
Lancaster [Pa.] Heinrich und Benjamin Grimler. 1810
1 p.l., 3, 122,  p.
Reel: 59, No. 1734 Sasse, Bernhard Heinrich, fl. 1775.
Harrisburg, C. Gleim. 1814
Nebst einem anhang, bestehend aus geist- und trostreichen liedern von verchiedenen dichtern.; 1 p.l., iii, 125,  p.; 125 cm.
Reel: 59, No. 1735 [Sargent, Lucius Manlius] 1786-1867.
... No. 1 [and No. II] of the New-milk cheese; or, The comi-heroick thunderclap, a semiglobular publication, without beginning and without end.
Boston, Printed at the Van Tromp press. 1807
By Van Tromp [pseud.] (of the honorable Society of Knights Errant).; 56 p.; Paged consecutively.; No. 1 dated, April 16, 1807; No. 2 dated, May 2, 1807.
Reel: 59, No. 1736 [Sargent, Winthrop] 1753-1820.
Boston, Printed for Joseph Nancrede, Nancrede, no. 49 Marlboro street. 1803
A poem.; 16 p.; 22.5 cm.
Reel: 59, No. 1737 Sargent, Winthrop, 1753-1820.
Boston, Printed by Hosea Sprague, sold at No. 49, Marlboro' Street. 1803
A poem. 2d ed., corr. and enl.; 23 p.
Reel: 59, No. 1738 A Satyr on the sweepers courage when put to the test; or, Military sweepers heroism and pride exposed.
Printed by John Clean, at the sign of the water pot and broom, in Sweepers Alley. 1774
With notes critical and explanatory.; 16 p.; 22.5 cm.
Reel: 60, No. 1758 Seaman, James N.
Poems on various subjects.
Auburn, (N.Y.), Printed for the author by Skinner & Crosby. 1816
120,  p.; 17.8 cm.
Reel: 60, No. 1760 Sears, Reuben.
A poem, on the mineral waters of Ballston and Saratoga, with notes illustrating the history of the springs and adjacent country.
Ballston Spa, Published by the author, J. Comstock, printer. 1819
108 p.; Half title: "Mineral waters. A poem.".
Reel: 60, No. 1761 Searson, John.
Art of contentment; with several entertaining pieces os poetry, descriptive of the present times, in the United States of America.
Baltimore, Printed for the author by W. Pechin.
225 p.; Poems: p. 206-225,  p.
Reel: 60, No. 1762 Searson, John.
Mount Vernon, a poem: being the seat of His Excellency George Washington, in the state of Virginia; lieutenant-general and commander in chief of the land forces of the United States of America.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Folwell. 
This rural, romantic and descriptive poem of the seat of so great a character, it is hoped may please, with a copper-plate likeness of the general. It was taken from an actual view on the spot by the author, 15th May, 1799. Also a cursory view of Georgetown, city of Washington, and the capital.; 83, 4 p.; front. (port.); "Elegiac verses, on the decease of His Late Excellency, the illustrious and ever-memorable, great and good General Washington, of immortal memory": 4 p., at end.
Reel: 61, No. 1763 Searson, John, b. 1750.
Poems on various subjects and different occasions, chiefly adapted to rural entertainment in the United States of America.
Philadelphia, Printed by Snowden & M'Corkle, no. 47 North Fourth street. 1797
94,  p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 61, No. 1764 The Second downfall of Napoleon Buonaparte.
[New Bedford, Mass.? Benjamin Lindsey?]. [1815?]
A poem. To the reader.; 11 p.; 20.7 cm.
Reel: 61, No. 1766 Selden, Almira.
Effusions of the heart, contained in a number of original poetical pieces, on various subjects.
Bennington, Printed by Darius Clark. 1820
Reel: 61, No. 1767 A Select collection of poems, and other elegant poetical extracts, on subjects miscellaneous, moral, and religious.
Boston, Printed for Joseph Bumstead, (printer and bookseller), sold by him at no. 20 Union street, and by booksellers in various parts of the United States. 1807
By the most celebrated authors. From Pope, Goldsmith, Blair, Young, Cowper, Watts, Rowe, Gray, More[!], Parnel[!], Dwight, &c.; 300 p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 61, No. 1768 Select poems, on various occasions.
Philadelphia, Printed by Mathew Carey. 1787
Chiefly American.; iv, 3-124 p.; 10 cm.
Reel: 61, No. 1770 A Series of letters on courtship and marriage.
Hudson [N.Y.?] Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, at his printing office and bookstore, corner of Warren and Second streets, and sold wholesale and retail. 1804
To which are added, Witherspoon's letters on marriage -- Swift's letter to a newly married lady ...; 127,  p.; "Marriage; a vision," by Dr. Cotton: p. 113-127.
Reel: 61, No. 1773 Sever, Thomas, jr.
An ode, on the sudden death of Mr. Daniel Holt, late of Townsend, who was instantly killed by the unexpected fall of a tree, August 31st, 1798.
Reel: 61, No. 1777 Sewall, Jonathan Mitchell.
Miscellaneous poems, with several specimens from the author's manuscript version of the poems of Ossian.
Portsmouth [N.H.] Printed by William Treadwell, & Co., for the author. 1801
Published agreeably to an act of Congress.; 304 p.
Reel: 61, No. 1780 [Sewall, Jonathan Mitchell].
A versification of President Washington's excellent farewell-address, to the citizens of the United States.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Printed and sold by Charles Peirce, at the Columbian bookstore no. 5 Daniel street. 1798
By a gentleman of Portsmouth, N.H. Published according to act of Congress.; 54 p.
Reel: 61, No. 1781 [Sewall, Jonathan Mitchell].
Verses occasioned by reading the answer of the President of the United States, to the House of Representatives, requesting certain papers relative to the treaty with Great Britain.
Boston, Printed in the year. 1797
Reel: 61, No. 1782 Sewall, Jotham, 1760-1850.
Mr. Sewall's poem upon the mode of baptism.
[Augusta, Me., Printed by Peter Edes]. 
7 p.; 20.5 cm.; Half title.
Reel: 61, No. 1784 [Sewall, Samuel].
In remembrance of Mr. Samuel Hirst, the eldest and only surviving son of Grove Hirst, Esq.
[who] died very suddenly when he was in his way upon the Long Wharff, at two in the afternoon, January 14, 1726,7.; broadside.
Reel: 61, No. 1785 Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.
Upon the drying up of that ancient river, the river of Merrymak.
January 15, 1719-20, [and] Connecticut's flood, on Merrymak's ebb. Dated March 10, 1720-21.; broadwide.
Reel: 61, No. 1786 [Sewall, Samuel].
Upon Mr. Samuel Willard, his first coming into the assembly, and praying, after a long and dangerous fit of sickness; November 21, 1700 at 3 in the afternoon, being a day of publick thanksgiving.
[Boston, B. Green and J. Allen]. 
Reel: 61, No. 1787 [Sewall, Stephen].
Nocte Cogitata, auctore, anglice scripta, Young, D.D. Quae lingua latii donavit America.
Caroloppidi, Typis Allen & Cushing, Massachusettensium. 1786
on Presumscutt River, Feb. 22, 1807. 3d ed.; broadside.
Reel: 62, No. 1797 Shaw-Standish, Thomas.
Peace, between the United States of America and Great Britain: ratified by the President of the United States, February 17, 1815.
Reel: 62, No. 1799 Shepard, Sylvanus.
The natural letter-writer: divided into five chapters: 1. Letters on friendship. 2. ... on love. 3. ... on marriage. 4. ... on business. 5. Nine lessons on turning the grindstone.
[n.p.] Printed for the author. 1812
95 p.; Poetry interspersed throughout.
Reel: 62, No. 1800 Sherburne, Henry.
The oriental philanthropist, or True republican.
Portsmouth, N.H., Printed for Wm. Treadwell & Co. and sold by them at the Portsmouth bookstore, and by the principal booksellers in the United States. 1800
215,  p.; Verses introduce each "Book".
Reel: 62, No. 1801 [Shervington, William].
The Antigonian and Bostonian beauties; a poem.
Boston, Printed and sold by D. Fowle. [ca. 1750]
Occasion'd by seeing the Assembly at St. John's Antigua on Thursday the 7th of July, and afterwards at Boston, in Kingstreet. By W.S.A.B.; 8 p.
Reel: 62, No. 1802 [Shervington, William].
Antigua, Printed by T. Smith, for the author. 1749
iv, 9-92 p.
Reel: 62, No. 1803 Shocking earthquakes.
Boston, Printed and sold at the Printing-office, corner of Theatre-Alley. [1812?]
Charleston, (S.C.) Feb. 7, 1812. Yesterday morning, about half past 3 o'clock the inhabitants of this place were very much alarmed by another tremendous shock of an earthquake ...; broadside.
Reel: 62, No. 1806 A Short account of the life, death and character of Esther Hayden, the wife of Samuel Hayden, of Braintree.
Boston, Printed by Fowle and Draper, in Marlboro' street. 1759
Who died, February 14, 1758. In the forty-fifth year of her age.; 12 p.; 15.4 cm.
Reel: 62, No. 1808 A Short narrative of the sickness, religious exercises and death of Sally Fuller of Sandisfield (Mass.) who died June 3, 1812 in the 17th year of her age, together with a poem on her death by a female friend.
Stockbridge, Printed by Herman Willard. 1813
15 p.; 25 cm.; "A poem": p. 13-15.
Reel: 62, No. 1811 A Short narrative of the sickness, religious exercises and death of Sally Fuller of Sandisfield, (Mass.) Who died June 3d, 1812 in the 17th year of her age.
Brattleborough, Printed for Benj. Cole, preacher of the Gospel. 1814
Together with a poem on her death by a female friend.; 3 p.l., -30 p.; 14 cm.
Reel: 62, No. 1812 Short sermons, designed for the use of those who have little time to read longer discourses.
Charlestown, Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge. 1804
24 p.; "Alarm": p. 23-24.
Reel: 62, No. 1813 Short space of life, and triumphant death, as exemplified in the instance of Mr. Benjamin Pace.
New York, Printed by John Tiebout, no. 238, Water street. 1804
16 p.; Poem: p. 13.
Reel: 62, No. 1814 [Shurtleff, James].
The substance of a late remarkable dream in which were presented the celestial worlds and the infernal regions, with the arch enemy of mankind, with his legions paraded, together with his instructions to them, in which was discovered, his deep laid plot against the United States of America.
Hallowell (District of Maine), Printed by Peter Edes. 1800
London, Printed and sold by James Marks, bookseller, in St. Martin's lane, near Charing Cross. 1777
A poem in four books. 2d ed.; 1 p.l., 73 p.
Reel: 62, No. 1822 Sixth naval victory.
The U.S. Brig. Enterprise of 14 guns, commanded by lieut. William Burrows, took after an engagement of 45 minutes, the British Brig. of War Boxer, of 18 guns. Capt. Blyth, who with about 50 of his men were killed and wounded. Lieut. Burrows and one man killed and seven wounded.; broadside.