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Reel: 63, No. 1835
Smith, William, 1727-1803.

The flowret.

Reprinted in London; Baltimore, re-printed and sold by E. Story. 1799

A collection of poems. 3d ed. 1st. American ed. printed by E. S. in Philadelphia.; 1 p.l., [5]-141, [1] p.

Reel: 63, No. 1837
[Smith, William] 1727-1803.

Indian songs of peace: with a proposal, in a prefatory epistle, for erecting Indian schools.

New York, Printed by J. Parker, and W. Wayman, at the New Printing Office in Beaver street. 1752

And a postscript by the editor, introducing Yariza, an Indian maid's letter, to the principal ladies of the province and city of New-York. By the author of the American fables.; 27 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1838
[Smith, William] 1727-1803.

Ode on the New-year, 1753.

New York, Printed by J. Parker at the New-printing office, in Beaver-street. [1753]

16 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1839
Smith, William, 1727-1803.

Personal affliction and frequent reflection upon human life, of great use to lead man to the remembrance of God.

Philadelphia, Printed and sold by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, at the New-printing office. 1754

A sermon, preach'd on Sunday Sept. 1, 1754, in Christ-church, Philadelphia; occasioned by the death of a beloved pupil, who departed this life, August 28, 1754, in the 16th year of his age.; viii, 16 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1840
Smith, William Moore, 1759-1821.

Poems on several occasions, written in Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia, printed; London, re-printed by C. Dilly. 1786

3 p.l., 108 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1842
Smith, William.

The works of William Smith, D.D.

Philadelphia, Published by Hugh Maxwell and William Fry, no. 25 North second street. 1803

Late Provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia. Vol. I. Entered according to law.; xvi, 221, 263 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1843
Snapdragon, Hector, esq. [pseud.].

The Russian banquet; or, The feast of treason and the flow of wine.

Boston, Printed by Nathaniel Coverly. [ca. 1813]

A drama in one act, as lately performed in one act.; 12 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1844
Snow, William.

The fall of man, and recovery by Christ.

West-Springfield [Mass.] Printed for the author. 1798

12 p.; 16.5 cm.

Reel: 63, No. 1845
Snowden, Richard.

The American Revolution written in scriptural or ancient historical style.

Clinton, (Ohio), Printed by Smith & M'Ardle, at the office of "The Ohio Register,". 1815

170, 38, [7] p.; Issued with his The Columbiad; or, A poem on the American war. In thirteen cantos.

Reel: 63, No. 1846
[Snowden, Richard].

The Columbiad; or, A poem on the American war.

Philadelphia, Printed by Jacob Johnson & Co., 147 Market street. 1795

In thirteen cantoes.; iv, 46 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1847
Snowden, Richard.

The Columbiad; or, A poem on the American war, in thirteen cantoes.

Baltimore, Printed by W. Pechin, no. 10, Second street. [1805?]

44 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1848
The Soldier's orphan.

New York, Printed by C.S. Van Winkle. 1812

A novel.; 188 p.

Reel: 63, No. 1849
Southwick, Solomon, 1773-1839.

Address, delivered at the opening of the new theatre, in the city of Albany, by Mr. Southey, January 18, 1813.

Albany [H.C. Southwick]. 1813

14 p.

Reel: 64, No. [?]
A Solemn call to the citizens of the United States.

Newburyport [Mass.] Printed and sold by Angier March, Middle-street. [1797?]

By a citizen of Newburyport.; 11 p.; 18.3 cm.

Reel: 64, No. 1850
Some good advice to a young lady lately married.

Catskill [N.Y.] Printed for travelling book sellers. 1811

Also, The Ambusca[de] and Boston, humourously versified for the amusement of those acquainted with the encounter of the two frigates.; 8 p.; 17.4 cm.

Reel: 64, No. 1855
Some rude and indigested thoughts on the terrible majesty of God in the works of nature, particularly in the phenomena of earthquakes; occasioned by that memorable earthquake October 29th, 1727.

New London, Printed and sold by Timothy Green. 1730

1 p.l., 12 p.

Reel: 64, No. 1857
[Somerville, J.S.].

Sommerville's plume of the classics; or, Select classical pieces, in English verse.

Washington, Printed for the author, by Jacob Gideon, junior, Ninth street near Pennsylvania avenue. 1820

60 p.

Reel: 64, No. 1860
Somerville, William Clarke, 1790-1826.

Lines on a serenade, to the young ladies of Philadelphia, on the night of the illumination for peace, being Valentines, 14th, Feb., 1815.

Philadelphia. Feb'y, 1815

14 p.

Reel: 64, No. 1861
Something new; or, Memoirs of that truly eccentric character, the late Timothy Dexter, esq., together with his last will and testament.

Montpelier, (Vt.), from Parks' press. 1808

1 p.l., [5]-23 p.; 14 cm.

Reel: 64, No. 1862
A Song composed by the British butchers, after the fight at Bunker-Hill on the 17th of June 1775.

Boston, sold at the Bible and Heart in Cornhill. [n.d.]


Reel: 64, No. 1863
A Song composed for the fraternity of Steuben Lodge, no. 18, Newburgh, by G--- H--- S---.

[n.p.]. [n.d.]

January 18, 1791. Tune-"God save the King."; broadside.

Reel: 64, No. 1864
A Song, composed on the evacuation of Boston by the British troops, commanded by General Howe: who were panic struck, and thrown into the utmost confusion at the appearance of General Washington, with a detachment of the American army, who in one night (unexpectedly to the Britons,) erected strong breast-works, with heavy cannon pointed at the men of war, then lying in the harbour.

[n.p.] Printed by N. Coverly, jun., corner Theatre Alley. [n.d.]


Reel: 64, No. 1866
Sorrows of Yamba; or, The negro woman's lamentation.

Boston, Printed and sold at no. 53 Cornhill, by Lincoln & Edmonds. 1819

; 8 p.; illus.

Reel: 64, No. 1872

An account of the public festival given by the citizens of Boston, at the Exchange Coffee House, January 24, 1809.

Boston, Printed by Russell and Cutler, and for sale at their printing office in Congress street. [n.d.]

In honor of Spanish valour & patriotism with the regular and volunteer toasts, and all the original songs and odes sung on the occasion. In which is also introduced a brief sketch of Spain, geographical, historical and political. Spain is not a dead but sleeping lion ...; 2 p.l., 36 p.; "Odes & Songs": p. [20]-36.

Reel: 64, No. 1875
The Speech of a Creek-Indian, against the immoderate use of spirituous liquors.

London, Printed for R. Griffiths, book-seller in St. Paul's Church yard. 1754

Delivered in a national assembly of the Creeks, upon the breaking out of the late war. To which are added, 1. A letter from Yariza, an Indian maid of the royal line of the Mohawks, to the principal ladies of New York. 2. Indian songs of peace. 3. An American fable. Together with some remarks upon the characters and genius of the Indians, and upon their customs and ceremonies at making war and peace.; 68 p.

Reel: 64, No. 1876
Spence, Robert Traill, 1785?-1826.

Minstrelsey of Edmund the Wanderer, collected by his early companion and intimate friend, Lieutenant Spence of the United States' Navy.

New York, Printed by D. & G. Bruce, Slote lane. 1810

340 p.; illus., front. (ports.).

Reel: 64, No. 1878-1879
[Spence, Robert Traill] 1785?-1826, comp.

Minstrelsey of Edmund the Wanderer.

New-York, Printed by D. & G. Bruce, State lane. 1810

Collected by his early companion and intimate friend, Lieutenant Spence, of the United States' Navy.; 340 p.; front. (port.).

Reel: 64, No. 1879
Spierin, George Hartwell.


Charleston, Printed by W.P. Young, Franklin's Head, no. 41, Broad street. 1805

2 p.l., [vi]-xviii, 22-123, [1] p.

Reel: 64, No. 1880
The Spirit of the Farmers' Museum, and Lay Preacher's gazette.

Walpole, (N.H.), Printed for Thomas & Thomas, by D. & T. Carlisle. 1801

Being a judicious selection of the fugitive and valuable productions which have occaisonally appeared in that paper, since the commencement of its establishment...; 318, [3] p.; 17.3 cm.

Reel: 64, No. 1881
[Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.].

Ditties for children.

New York, Samuel Wood & sons, 261 Pearl street. [1813?]

34, [1] p.; illus.; Cover title.

Reel: 64, No. 1882
[Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.] supposed author.

Ditties for children.

Philadelphia, Published by Benjamin Warner, no. 147 Market street, Lydia R. Bailey, printer. 1818

By a lady of Boston.; 1 p.l., 36, [1] p.; illus.

Reel: 64, No. 1883
Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.

Family lectures.

Boston, Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50 Cornhill. 1819

iv, [9]-202 p.; Poems: p. 12, 14, 52.

Reel: 64, No. 1884
[Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.].

The good girl's soliloquy; containing, her parents' instructions, relative to her disposition and manners.

New York, Printed by Samuel Wood & sons, no. 261 Pearl street, and Samuel S. Wood & Co., no. 212, Market street, Baltimore. 1819

1 p.l., 30, [1] p.; illus. (front.).

Reel: 65, No. 1885
[Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.].

Little ditties for little children.

Northampton, Published by E. Turner. [181-?]

2 p.l., [5]-18, [1] p.; illus.

Reel: 65, No. 1886
Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.

Lullabies for children.

Taunton, Mass., Printed by A. Danforth. 1818

12 p.

Reel: 65, No. 1887
[Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.].

Poems on different subjects, by A Lady.

Boston, Published by West & Richardson, no. 75 Cornhill, E.G. House, printer. 1813

117 p.

Reel: 65, No. 1888
[Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.].

Poetic tales for children.

New York, Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261 Pearl street; and Samuel Wood & Co., no. 212 Market street, Baltimore. 1819

48 p.; illus.

Reel: 65, No. 1889
[Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.].

Stories for children, in familiar verse.

Boston, Published by Munroe & Francis, no. 4 Cornhill, (corner of Water street); and David Francis, no. 90 Newbury street, (five doors north of Boylston Market). 1819

Illustrated with engravings.; 1 p.l., [5]-35, [1] p.; illus.

Reel: 65, No. 1890
[Sproat, Nancy, Mrs.].

Stories for children, in familiar verse.

Colchester, Published by Thomas M. Skinner & Co. 1814

By Goody Lovechild.; 1 p.l., 35, [1] p.

Reel: 65, No. 1891
The Spunkiad; or, Heroism improved.

Newburgh, Printed and sold by D. Denniston. 1798

A congressional display of spit and cudgel. A poem, in four cantoes. By an American youth.; 23 p.

Reel: 65, No. 1892
The Square table.

[Hartford?]. [1819?]

17 p.; Caption title.; Poems: p. 12-17.

Reel: 65, No. 1895
Standish, Miles, jr.

... The times; a poem addressed to the inhabitants of New-England, and of the state of New York, particularly on the subject of the present anti-commercial system of the national administration.

Plymouth, Printed for the author. 1809

27 p.; At head of title: No. 1.

Reel: 65, No. 1896
[Starkey, George] 1628-1665.

Enarratio methodica trium gebri medicinarum, in quibus continetur Lapidis philosophici vera confectio. Autore anonymo sub nomine Aeyrenaei Philalethes [pseud.] mater Angli habitatione Cosmopolitae.

Amstelodami, Apud D. Elsevirium. [1678]

222, [2] p.

Reel: 65, No. 1897
[Starkey, George] 1628-1665.

Introitus apertus, by Aeyraeneus Philaletha, Cosmopolita, [pseud.].

[n.p.]. 1669

Secrets reveal'd; or, An open entrance to the shutt palace of the King.; [421] p.; Holograph.

Reel: 65, No. 1898
[Starkey, George] 1628-1665.

The marrow of alchemy, being an experimental treatise discovering the secret and most hidden mystery of the philosophers elixer.

London, Printed by A.M. for Edw. Brewster, at the signe of the crane in Paul's Churchyard. 1654

By Eirenaeus Philoponos Philalethes [pseud.]; 1 p.l., [8], 70, [8], 61 p.; Issued with his "The second part.".

Reel: 65, No. 1899
Starkey, George, 1628-1665.

Natures explication and Helmot's vindication; or, A short and sure way to a long and sound life; being a necessary and full apology for chymical medicaments.

London, Printed by E. Cotes for T. Alsop, at the ... sugar-loaves over against St. Antholins Church at the lower end of Watling street. 1657

by Galenists usually called Methodists...; 1 p.l., [61], 336 p.

Reel: 65, No. 1900
Starkey, George, 1628-1665.

Pyrotechny asserted and illustrated, to be the surest and safest means for arts triumph over natures infirmities.

London, Printed by R. Daniel for Samuel Thomson, at the whitehorse in S. Pauls churchyard. 1658

Being a full and free discovery of the medicinal mysteries studiously concealed by all artists, and onely discoverable by fire. ...; 1 p.l., [16], 172 p.

Reel: 65, No. 1901
[Starkey, George] 1628-1665.

Ripley reviv'd; or, An exposition upon Sir George Ripley's hermetico-poetical works.

London, Printed by Tho. Ratcliff and Nat. Thompson, for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain. 1678. [i.e. 1677-78]

Written by Eirenaeus Philalethes [pseud.] an Englishman, stiling himself citizen of the world.; 7 p.l., [2], 48, [2], 389, [5], 10, [2], 28, [6], 25, [3] p.; front.

Reel: 66, No. 1902
The Stars of Columbia.

New York, Published and sold by Riley & Adams, 23 Chatham street. 1813

Dedicated to His Excellency, the President of the U. States, and the officers and gentlemen of the navy, likewise a comic patriotic song, called, Yankee arguments.; 8 p.

Reel: 66, No. 1903
Stearns, Charles.

The ladies' philosophy of love.

Leominster, Mass., Printed by John Prentiss & Co., for the author. 1797

A poem, in four cantos. Written in 1774.; Since pastor of the church, and preceptor of the liberal school in Lincoln. Now first published--according to Act of Congress.; 76 p.

Reel: 66, No. 1904
Stearns, Samuel, 1747-1819.

An account of the terrible effects of the pestilential infection in the city of Philadelphia.

Providence, Printed for William Child, in Johnston. [1793]

With an elegy on the deaths of the people. Also a song of praise and thanksgiving, composed for those who have recovered, after having been smitten with that dreadful contagion.; 2 p.l., 8 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 66, No. 1905
[Stebbins, Jonathan].

An elegy on the death of Mrs. Margaret Stebbins, who died June 16, 1744, in her 29th year.

Springfield [Mass.] Printed by Stebbins and Russell. 1686 [i.e. 1786]

Dedicated to the surviving children of the deceased.; 8 p.; 16.8 cm.

Reel: 66, No. 1906
Steendam, Jacob Jacobsz, b. 1616.

Den distelvink.

t'Amsterdam, Voor Gerrit van Goedesberg, boek-verkooper, op het water over de Nieuwe-brugh, in de Delfsche Bybel. 1649

Erste deel, Minnesang: behelsende eerlijke minne-sinne-beel-den, vaarsen, en liede-kens: op verscheyden oude en nuwe sang-konstige stemmen. Door J.J. Steendam.; 3 v. in 1.

Reel: 66, No. 1907
S[teere], R[ichard] 1643-1721.

The Daniel catcher.

[n.p.] Printed. 1713

The life of the prophet Daniel: in a poem. To which is added Earth's felicities, heaven's allowences, a blank poem. With several other poems.; 1 p.l., 90 p.; Caption title: The life of the prophet Daniel, in a poem.

Reel: 66, No. 1910
Steere, Richard, 1643-1721.

The history of the Babylonish cabal; or, The intrigues, progression, opposition, defeat, and destruction of the Daniel-catchers; in a poem.

London, Printed for Richard Baldwin in the Old Bayley. 1682

2 p.l., 36 p.

Reel: 66, No. 1912
Steere, Richard, 1643-1721.

A monumental memorial of Marine Mercy being an acknowledgment of an high hand of divine deliverance on the deep in the time of distress, in a late voyage from Boston in New England to London, Anno 1683.

Boston, Printed in New-England by Richard Pierce for James Cowse, stationer. [1684]

In a poem. To which is added another occasioned by several remarkable passages happening at the birth of a male child on board the same ship in her voyage returning 1684. By the same author then a passenger.; 2 p.l., 12 p.; illus.

Reel: 66, No. 1913
[Sterling, James] 1701-1763.

An epistle to the Hon. Arthur Dobbs, Esq.; in Europe.

Dublin, Printed for J. Smith, at the Philosophers-Heads on the Blind-Quay. 1752

From a clergyman in America. In three parts.; 52 p.; 18.6 cm.

Reel: 66, No. 1915
Sterling, James, d. 1763.

The poetical works of the Rev. James Sterling.

Dublin, Printed by and for George Faulkner, in Essex street. 1734

v, 282 p.

Reel: 66, No. 1916
Sterry, Abby H.

Effusions, religious, moral, and patriotic; in prose and verse.

New-London, Printed for the author by Samuel Green. 1818

150 p.

Reel: 67, No. 1917
[Stewart, John] 1749-1822.

The revelation of nature, with The prophesy of reason.

New York, Printed by Mott & Lyon, for the author. [1796?]

New York, Printed by Mott & Lyon, for the author, in the fifth year of the intellectual existence, or the publication of the apocalypse of nature, 3000 years from the Grecian olympiads, and 4800 from recorded knowledge in the Chinese tables of eclipses, beyond which chronology is lost in fable; xxxix, 104 p.; "The revelation of nature": p. [1]-35.

Reel: 67, No. 1918
[Stiles, Ezra].

A poem commemorative of Goffe, Whaley, & Dixwell.

Boston, Printed and sold by Samuel Hall, in Cornhill. 1793

Three of the judges of Charles I, who, at the Restoration, took refuge and died in America. To which is prefixed an abstract of their history. By Philagathos.; 2 p.l., [5]-28 p.

Reel: 67, No. 1919
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

The children in the wood, told in verse.

New York, Hurd & Houghton, 401 Broadway. 1866

Illustrated by H. L. Stephens.; 8 p.; 4 col. plates (front.); 26 cm.; Cover title.; Cover illustrated in colors.

Reel: 67, No. 1920
[Stoll, Jacob].

Geistliches Gewürz-gärtlein heilsuchender Seelen.

Ephrata, Gedruckt und zu haben, ben Johannes Baumann. 1806

190, [1] p.

Reel: 67, No. 1921
Stone, Eliab, 1737?-1822.

A discourse, delivered at Reading February 22, 1800; the day recommended by Congress to the observance of the people of the United States, by their assembling, in such manner as might be convenient, and publicly testifying their grief for the death, and their respect for the memory of General George Washington.

Boston, Manning & Loring, printers, near the Old South meeting house. [1800]

23 p.; 23.5 cm.

Reel: 67, No. 1922
Stone, Isaac, 1747-1837.

The life and character of Capt. Moses Stone, of Douglas, Massachusetts, who died May 10, 1803, aged 28 years.

Providence. 1803

Published with desires to perpetuate and affectionate remembrance of him, in hope of exciting thoughtfulness in concerns of vast moment.; 11 p.; Poem: p. 10.

Reel: 67, No. 1923
[Story, Isaac].

A Parnassian shop, opened in the Pindaric stile; by Peter Quince, Esq.

[Boston, Printed by Russell and Cutler]. [1801]

155 p.; Financial receipt signed by author tipped in at t.p.

Reel: 67, No. 1926
[Story, Isaac] 1771-1803.

An epistle from Yarico to Inkle, together with their characters, as related in the Spectator.

Marblehead [i.e. Salem, Mass.] Printed for the sons and daughters of Columbia. 1792

31 p.; 19.5 cm.

Reel: 67, No. 1927
Story, Joseph.

The power of solitude; a poem in two parts.

Salem, Barnard B. Macanulty. 1804

New and improved ed.; 2 p.l., 260 p.

Reel: 67, No. 1930
Story, Joseph.

An eulogy on General George Washington; written at the request of the inhabitants of Marblehead, and delivered before them on the second day of January, 1800.

Salem [Mass., n.p.] Printed by Joshua Cushing, County street. 1800

24 p.

Reel: 67, No. 1932
[Stowe, Harriet Elizabeth (Beecher), Mrs.] 1811-1896.

The chimney-corner.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1868

By Christopher Crowfield [pseud.]; [1], 2 l., 311 p.; 18 cm.; "Who is the maid": p. 222-223.

Reel: 67, No. 1933
Strong, Titus.

The tears of Columbia; a poem, to the memory of American heroes and statesmen.

Dedham, Printed by H. Mann. 1812

To which are added Miscellaneous odes.; 32 p.

Reel: 67, No. 1934
Sullivan, William.

An oration delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society of Massachusetts on the thirtieth day of April, 1812, being the anniversary of the first inauguration of President Washington.

Boston, Printed by John Eliot. Jun., 1812

2d ed.; 28 p.; Cover title.; "Odes": p. [25]-28.

Reel: 67, No. 1936
Sumner, Charles Pinckney.

The compass.

Boston, Printed by William Spotswood for the subscribers. [1795?]

A poetical performance at the literary exhibition in September, 1795, at Harvard University.; 12 p.

Reel: 67, No. 1937
The Surprizing appearance of a ghost, with the message he brought from the unseen and eternal world; being a brief paraphrase and improvement, (agreeable to our Time and Day) on the 4th Chap. of Job, the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th & 21st verses.

Boston, Printed by Fowle and Draper, and to be sold at their printing-office in Marlborough-Street. 1759

23 p.

Reel: 67, No. 1938
Swanwick, John.

Poems on several occasions.

Philadelphia, Printed by F. and R. Bailey, at Yorick's head, no. 116 High street. 1797

By ... one of the representatives in the Congress of the United States, from the state of Pennsylvania.; 2 p.l., 174 p.

Reel: 67, No. 1941
Swanwick, John.

Thoughts on education, addressed to the visitors of the Young Ladies' Academy in Philadelphia, October 31, 1787.

Philadelphia: Printed for Thomas Dobson. 1787

To which is added; A prayer, delivered on the same occasion, by Samuel Magaw.; 36 p.

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