With additions and improvements. To which is added, American chronology, from the discovery by Columbus, to the establishment of the federal Constitution. Adopted by the School committee, for the use of the public schools in Boston.; 72 p.; 18 cm.
Delivered by one of the graduates at the annual commencement of Union college, on the 30th July 1806. Published at the earnest request of a number of gentlemen who heard it.; 12 p.; 12.
Reel: 72, No. 2080 [Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin].
Dick Shift, or the State triumvirate.
New York, Printed for the Author, and sold by W.B. Gilley, no. 92 Broadway; J. Seymour, printer. 1819
A political tale in imitation of Swift.; 31 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2082 [Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin].
The state triumvirate, a political tale: and the epistles of Brevet Major Pindar Puff.
New-York: Printed for the author, and sold by W.B. Gilley, no. 92 Broadway, and other booksellers; J. Seymour, printer. 1819
1 p. l., 215 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2083 Verses for the year 1790, addressed to the generous subscribers of the New-York Weekly Museum, wishing them a happy new year.
[New York, Printed and published by Harrison and Purdy]. 
Reel: 72, No. 2088 Verses made on the sudden death of six young women and one boy, who were drowned July 13, 1782.
[Newport: Printed by H. & O. Farnsworth].
Reel: 72, No. 2089 Verses on the sudden and awful death of Mrs. Rebecca Giles, Mr. Paul Kimball and his wife, Mrs. Desire Holman, Mr. William Ward and his wife, Miss Esther Masury, Mr. Nathaniel Diggadon and his wife, and Mrs. Sarah Becket, all of Salem, who were drowned all together off this harbour on the 17th day of June, 1773.
[Boston, Printed and sold in Milk-Street?].
Reel: 72, No. 2091 A View of the Democratick Republican celebration, at Westmoreland, N.H., July 5th, 1813.
[West-moreland, N.H.]. 
Prayer by Rev. Nathaniel Wilbour; oration by Nathan C. Babbitt. A caustick, Pindarick, Hubibrastick poem ...; 12 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2093 [W., J.].
Farewell to Pittsburgh, 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.; 32 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2098 Waddell, [John Hunter.].
The Dartmoor massacre.
Boston, Mass. 1815
Reel: 72, No. 2100 [Waddell, John H.].
A fair epistle from a little poet, to a great player.
New York, sold by the author. 1818
12 p.; illus.
Reel: 72, No. 2101 [Waddell, John H.].
Waddell, to Coleman.
New York. 1819
Facts and fancy. As you like it--go on, or stop.; 8 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2102 Wadsworth, William, comp.
The murderer's cave; or, The punishment of wickedness; exemplified in the history of Jacob Jenkins, a notorious robber and murderer, who lived for five years in a cave in one of the forests of Virginia, and used to decoy travellers and murder them for their money.
Boston, Printed for N. Coverly, no. 16, Milk street. 1818
24 p.; Poem inscribed on Jenkins' tomb-stone as a warning: p. iv-vi.
Reel: 72, No. 2103 The Wages of sin; or, Robbery justly rewarded: a poem occasioned by the untimely death of Richard Wilson, who was executed on Boston Neck, for burglary, on Thursday the 19th of October, 1732.
Boston, Printed and sold at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill. 
Reel: 72, No. 2104 [Waln, Robert, jr.] 1794-1825.
Philadelphia, Published for the author by M. Thomas, and by Haly and Thomas, New York, J. Maxwell, printer. 1820
A satire.; 80 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2105 [Waln, Robert, jr.] 1794-1825.
Sisyphi opus; or, Touches at the times.
Philadelphia, Published by J. Maxwell and Moses Thomas; and by Haly and Thomas, New York. 1820
A satire ... And other poems. By the author of "American bards".; 62,  p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 72, No. 2106 War, temporal and spiritual, considered.
[Rowley, May 18th]. [1762.]
Reel: 72, No. 2110 Ward, Ephraim.
Fidelity approved and rewarded.
Brookfield, Mass., by E. Merriam & co. 1800
A sermon, preached at the third precinct in Brookfield, November 29, 1799: at the interment of the Rev. Nathan Fiske. D.D. Pastor of the Church of Christ in that place.; 26 p.; Cover title.; Poem: p. .
Reel: 72, No. 2111 [Ward, Nathaniel] 1578?-1652.
Mercurius anti-mechanicus; or, The simple cobbler's boy.
London, Printed for John Walker, at the sign of the starre in Popes head college. 1648
With his lap-full of caveats (or take heeds) documents, advertisements and premonitions to all his honest fellow-tradesmen-preachers, but more especially a dozen of them, in or about the city of London. By Theodore de la Guarden.; , 52 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2112 [Ward, Nathaniel] 1578?-1652.
The simple cobler of Aggawam in America.
London, Printed by J.D. & R.I. for S. Bowtell. 1647
Willing to help ' mend his native country, lamentably tattered, both in the upper-leather and sole, with all the honest stitches he can take. And as willing never to bee paid for his work by old English wonted pay. It is his trade to patch all the year long, gratis. Therefore I pray gentlemen keep your purses. By Theodore de la Guard [pseud.] ...; 74 p.
An enquiry concerning the intellectual and moral faculties, and literature of negroes.
Brooklyn: Printed by Kirk. 1810
Tr. by D.B. Warden.; 253 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2114 [Wardwell, Joseph].
Poems on various subjects, viz.
[Bristol? R.I.]: Printed for the Author. 1809
On the birth of Christ. His life, miracles, death, resurrection and ascention. His sending the Holy Ghost to carry on the work of redemption, &c. The day of judgment. On the joys of Heaven. Advice to tale-bearers, &c., &c.; 24 p.; 19 cm.; Cover title.
Reel: 72, No. 2115 Wardwell, Joseph.
The way of the world, or, A short sketch of the modern customs of mankind, delineated, in a variety of methods, both metaphorical, ironical, miscellaneous, serious, humorous, entertaining and romantick, calculated to divert, and, at the same time, instruct the reader.
[n.p.] Printed for the author. 1813
Composed and written, in prose and verse.; vii, 8-24 p.; 21 cm.
Reel: 72, No. 2116 Ware, Henry, jr.
A poem pronounced at Cambridge, February 23, 1815, at the celebration of peace between the United States and Great Britain.
Cambridge, Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1815
Published by request.; 11 p.
Reel: 72, No. 2117 A Warning piece, or, A poetical thought, or paraphrase, occasioned by that stupendous darkness or interposing cloud, which obscured the light of the sun on the 19th day of May in the present year 1780, which happened about the same time of the year, and on the self-same day of the week, as did the supernatural eclipse of the sun, at the crucifixion of the Messiah: A circumstance worth worthy of notice.
Portsmouth [N.H.] Printed & sold by Daniel Fowle. 1780
Reel: 72, No. 2119 Warren, John, 1753-1815.
An eulogy on the Honourable Thomas Russell, esq.
Boston, Printed by Benjamin Sweetser, corner of Wing's lane. 1796
who died at Boston, April 8, 1796. Delivered May 4, 1796, before the several societies to which he belonged.; 31, 3 p.; 22.5 x 18 cm.; A monody on the death ... set to music by Mr. Hans Gram: 3 p. at end.
Reel: 72, No. 2120 Warren, John, 1753-1815.
A monody on the death of the Hon. Thomas Russell, esq.
Sung after the eulogy of Doctor John Warren, in the church in Brattle-street on Wednesday, May 4, 1796 ...; 3 p.
An elegiac poem on the death of that celebrated divine, and eminent servant of Jesus Christ, the reverend and learned George Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c.
Boston, Printed and sold by Ezekiel Russell, in Queen street, and John Boyles, in Marlboro' street. 
Who made his exit from this transitory state, to dwell in the celestial realms of bliss, on Lord's Day, 30th of September, 1770, &c. ... By Phillis, A servant girl of 17 years of age, belonging to Mr. J. Wheatley, of Boston. She has been but 9 years in this country from Africa.; 8 p.
An elegiac poem on the death of that celebrated divine.
(Boston, Printed; London, Re-printed). 1771
Mr. George Whitefield ... By Phillis, a servant girl ...; (In Pemberton, Ebenezer. Heaven the residence of the saints. A sermon occasioned by the sudden and much lamented death of the Rev. George Whitefield ... p. 29-31.).
The historic progress of civil and rational liberty, and order, triumphant over faction: a poem.
Portsmouth, [N.H.], Printed at the United States' Oracle Press, by W. Treadwell & Co. 1802
By a farmer.; 54 p.
Reel: 74, No. 2175 [Whitcomb, Chapman] 1765-1833.
A concise view of antient and modern religion.
[Leominster, Mass.] Printed for Chapman Whitcomb. [1796?]
Reel: 74, No. 2177 [Whitcomb, Chapman] 1765-1833.
A short but comprehensive description of the terraqueous globe, in verse, to assist the memory. Printed for Chapman Whitcomb. With privilege of copy right.; 60 p.
Reel: 74, No. 2178 Whitcomb, Chapman, 1765-1833.
Worcester, Massachusetts, Printed. 1795
Reel: 74, No. 2179 Whiting, Samuel.
Elegant lessons; or, The young lady's precepter.
Middletown, Conn., Printed and published by Clark & Lyman. 1820
Being a series of appropriate reading exercises in prose and verse: carefully selected from the most approved authors for female schools and academies including some remarks upon the principles of correct reading: With a brief dissertation on poetry as a reading exercise; and the different kinds and constructions of poetic feet.; 276 p.
Reel: 75, No. 2185 Whitman, Benjamin, jr.
The heroes of the north; or, The battles of Lake Erie and Champlain.
Wheein is considered the true notion of a faithful improvement of our talents, and the wisdom of being early & in ernest therin ...; 3 p.l., 34 p.; 15 cm.; Contains a poem, To the class graduated Anno Domini, 1774, by John Hubbard.
Reel: 75, No. 2187 Whitwell, Benjamin, 1772-1825.
An address to the members of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society; at their annual meeting, May 27, 1814.
Boston, Published by Charles Callender, no. 11 Marlboro' street. 1814
Printed at the request of the Society.; 22 p.; "Ode written ... by John Lathrop, jr.": p. -22.
Reel: 75, No. 2188 Whitwell, Benjamin, 1772-1825.
Experience; or, Folly as it flies.
Boston, Printed at the Anthology Office, by Munroe & Francis. 1806
A poem delivered at Cambridge, on the anniversary of the [Phi] B K Society Aug. 28, 1806.; 23 p.
Reel: 75, No. 2189 The Widowed mourner.
Boston. 21st December, 1791
Advertisement. [To the widowed mourner] The author of the following lines, for some time after the decease of the truly excellent lady, whose virtues he now attempts to delineate, fully intended, (as far as in him lay) to do justice to her very dear memory; but the desultory state he has constantly been in, since that melancholy event took place, has hitherto prevented his carrying such his intensions into execution. In the beginning of the present month he composed the following lines, which are only a very small part of the intended poem. To three amiable ladies of his acquaintance he had given copies of what he had so composed; the contents whereof were made, which he could not find time to write out. He has, therefore, caused a few copies to be printed, for the gratification and amusement of the circle of ladies he has honour to be known to; each of whom he entreats not to permit any copy to be taken from printed copy; as the poem is as present in an unfinished and incomplete state. J.G.;  p.
Boston: Published by R. Thayer and sold by Usher & Quinby. [n.d.]
A curiosity of literature and theology. Extracts from a poem of nearly 2,000 lines, entitled The day of doom, by Michael Wigglesworth, A.M., teacher of the church at Malden, in New England. From the sixth London edition, 1715.; , 4-15,  p.