Canada, a descriptive poem, written at Quebec, 1805, with satires - imitations - and sonnets.
[Quebec] Printed by John Neilson, no. 3, Mountain street. 
52 p.; 24 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 160 Beauchamp, Ann.
The confession of Jereboam O. Beauchamp, who was executed at Frankfort, Ky., on the 7th of July, 1826, for the murder of Col. Solomon P. Sharp, a member of the Legislature, and late Attorney General of Ky.
Bloomfield, Ky.: Printed for the publisher. 1826
And containing the only authentic account of the murder, and the causes which induced it. To which is added, some poetical pieces, written by Mrs. Ann Beauchamp, who voluntarily put an end to her existence, on the day of the execution of her husband, and was buried in the same grave with him.; 134 p.
Reel: 6, No. 161 The Beauties of poetry, British and American.
Philadelphia, From the press of M. Carey. 1791
Containing some of the productions of ... Evans, Barlow, Dwight, Freneau, Humphreys, Livingston, J. Smith, W.M. Smith, Ladd, Bayard, Hopkinson, James, Markoe, Prichard, Fentham, Bradford, Dawes, Lathrop, Osborne.; [vi], 244 p.; 16.5 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 162 Beebee, Samuel, ca.1660-1741.
An answer to Mr. Wadsworth's book; intituled, The Lord's day proved to be the Christian sabbath.
America, Printed for the author. 1722
To which is added a tragical and typical poem, concerning Joseph and his brethren. Together with Pharoah's dreams, poetically and metahporically[!] handled, with other useful poems.; 108 p.; 15 cm.; Partial Contents:--The author's prayer, p. 89--A three-fold cord; or, Treble obligation to love the Lord Jesus Christ, p. -106.--An hymn on the Lord's supper, p. 106-107.--Another hymn, or Consolatory meditation upon a sickbed, p. 107-108.
Reel: 6, No. 163 Belknap, Jeremy, 1744-1798.
A discourse intended to commemorate the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus; delivered at the request of the Historical Society in Massachusetts, on the 23rd day of October, 1792, being the completion of the third century since that memorable event.
Boston, Printed at the Apollo press, by Belknap and Hall, State street. 1792
To which are added four dissertations, connected with various parts of the discourse...; 132 p.; 21 cm.; Contents.--A discourse on the discovery of America.--Ode for the 23rd of October, 1792, p. 56-58.
Reel: 6, No. 165 [Belknap, Jeremy] 1744-1798.
An eclogue occasioned by the death of the Reverend Alexander Cumming, on the 25th of August, A.D. 1763, aetat 37.
Boston, Printed by D. & F. Kneeland for J. Edwards, in Cornhill. 1763
Reel: 6, No. 166 Bemis, Stephen, 1774-1828.
Coquet turned preacher; or a true copy, of a series of letters, to a young lady in Westminster.
16 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 167 Benedict, David, 1779-1874.
A poem delivered in Taunton, September 16th, 1807, at the anniversary election of the Philandrian society.
Boston, Belcher & Armstrong, printers. 1807
19 p.; 21 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 168 [Benedict, David] 1779-1874.
The watery war; or, a poetical description of the existing controversy between the Pedobaptists and Baptists on the subject and mode of baptism, by John of Enon. [pseud.].
Boston, Printed and sold by Manning & Loring. 1808
Reel: 6, No. 169 Benedict, Joel.
A sermon delivered at the funeral of the Reverend Levi Hart, … who died October 27, 1808.
Norwich, Printed by Russell Hubbard. 1809
, -31 p.; 26 cm.; Poem appended.
Reel: 6, No. 170 Benson, John, 1744-1818.
A short account of the voyages, travels and adventures of John Benson; comprising seven voyages to different parts of the world; interspersed with anecdotes and observations upon men and manners.
By the author of A plea for literature.; 28 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 172 Berni, Francesco, 1497?-1535.
The enchanted lake of the Fairy Morgana.
New York, Printed and published by Isaac Riley and Co. Lexitypographic office. 1806
From the Orlando inamorato of Francesco Berni.; vii, 67 p.; front.; 22 cm.
Reel: 6, No. 173 [Berquin, Arnaud] 1749-1791.
The looking-glass for the mind; or The juvenile friend, being a valuable collection of interesting and miscellaneous incidents, calculated to exhibit to young minds the happy effects of youthful innocence, and filial affection, in prose and verse; designed to improve and amuse the rising generation.
Philadelphia, Printed and published by John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut street. 1819
iv, 271 p.; front., illus.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 7, No. 174 The Better sort; or, A girl of spirit; An operatical comical farce.
Boston, Printed at Boston, by Isaiah Thomas and company. Sold at their bookstore, no. 45, Newbury street, and at Saul Thomas's bookstore in Worcester. 1789
50,  p.
Reel: 7, No. 175 Beveridge, John, d. 1767.
Epistolae familiares et alia quaedam miscellanea.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by William Bradford, at the London Coffee House, at the corner of Market and Front streets. 1765
Familiar epistles and other miscellaneous pieces, wrote originally in Latin verse ... to which are added several translations into English verse, by different hands.; xi, 88 p.
Reel: 7, No. 176 Bible, English. 1791.
The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments; translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by His Majesty's special command.
Edinburgh, Printed by Mark and Charles Kerr, His Majesty's printers. 1791
The Psalms of David; imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. By I. Watts.
Newburyport, Published for West & Richardson, R.P. & C. Williams, Boston; Bill Blake & Co., Bellows Falls, Vermont; J. Milligan, Georgetown, (Col.) and E.W. Allen, Newburyport; William Hastings, printer. 1818
Reel: 7, No. 181 Bible. O.T. Song of Solomon. English. 1803.
The Song of songs, which is by Solomon.
Philadelphia, Printed by William W. Woodward, no. 52, south Second, corner of Chesnut street. 1803
A new translation, with a commentary and notes. By T. Williams ...; 354,  p.; 21.5 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 182 Bidwell, Barnabas, 1763-1833.
An oration, delivered at the celebration of American independence, at Stockbridge, July, 1795.
Published at the request of the Committee, Printed at Stockbridge [Mass.] by Loring Andrews. 1795
21,  p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 183 [Bigelow, Abijah] 1775-1860.
Essays on various subjects; to which is added, A short treatise on the art of praising one's self; and several poetical fragments, by Garrulus [pseud.].
Leominster, Massachusetts, Printed at the press of the Telescope. 1801
92 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 184 Bigelow, Jacob, 1787-1879.
A poem on professional life, delivered by appointment of the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, at their anniversary, August 29, 1811.
Boston, Published by J. Belcher. 1811
15 p.; 24 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 185 Bigelow, Samuel, b. 1738.
A poem, suitable for the present day.
In five parts, New York, Chas. Fred. Heartman, 1915.; 26 p.; (Heartman's historical series, no. 14); Reprint of Worcester, 1776 edition (Wegelin 19).
Reel: 8, No. 186 Bigelow, Samuel, b. 1738.
A true Christian, delineated under the similitude of a little child; in twenty-four particulars, in plain and homely verse.
[n.p.] Printed by request of many friends. [1795?]
16 p.; 14 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 188 [Biglow, William] 1773-1844.
Commencement, a poem; or rather, Commencement of a poem.
Salem [Mass.] Printed by Thomas C. Cushing. 1811
Recited before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, in their dining hall, in Cambridge, Aug. 29, 1811. By a Brother ...; 8 p.; 24 cm.
Re-Commencement, commencement again, Commencement in earnest, Commencement indeed, etc.
Boston, J. Belcher. 1812
Called also Censure, Scandal, Vague report, Common pain, Matter and things in general, or What you please, recited before the associated teachers of youth in the town of Boston, October 30, 1811, by a Brother.; 11 p.
Reel: 8, No. 191 [Biglow, William] 1773-1844.
Re-re-commencement; a kind of a poem, calculated to be recited before an "assemblage" of New-England divines, of all the various denominations, but which never was so recite and in all human probability never will be.
Salem, Printed by Thomas C. Cushing. 1812
By a friend of everybody and every soul ...; 8 p.; 23.5 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 192 Biglow, William, 1773-1844.
Sawney, redivivus et restauratus; or, Miscellaneous verses.
Boston, Printed for the Author. 1816
[No. 1-2.]; 2 v.; Cover title.
Reel: 8, No. 193 Biglow, William, 1773-1844.
Select odes of Anacreon.
Cambridge, University Press - Hilliard and Metcalf. 1817
Translated into English verse, from the Greek, as published in Dalzel's Collectanea minora; 6-18,  p.
Reel: 8, No. 194 The Bird of birds, or a Musical medley; being a rich and diversified collection of miscellaneous and patriotic songs.
Printed and published at New York. 1818
141,  p.
Reel: 8, No. 196 The Birth, parentage, and education of praise-God Barebone.
[Philadelphia] Printed [by Andrew Steuart] for Jack Northwester, at the sign of the white oak in Heart of Oak street. 1766
To which is added, An Election ballad, or the Lamentation of Mrs *** A true but doleful ditty.; 16 p.; front. (port.).
Reel: 8, No. 198 Blackbeard; or, The Captive princess.
A Present for the new-year 1817.; 16 [i.e. 20] p.; illus.; Cover title.
Masonic oration, delivered by Jesse Bledsoe, esq., at Frankfort [Kentucky] on Friday, December 27, 1811, in honor of the late grand master Joseph H. Daviess, esq. and others, who fell in the recent engagement with the Indians on the Wabash. To which is added, an ode, entitled, The battle of Tippacanoe, fought on the 7th Nov. 1811.; 16 p.; Cover title.
Reel: 8, No. 204 Bleecker, Ann Eliza.
The posthumous works of Ann Eliza Bleecker, in prose and verse.
New-York, Printed by T. and J. Swords. no. 27, William street. 1793
To which is added, A collection of essays, prose and poetical, by Margaretta V. Faugeres.; 2 p.l., , 375 p.
Reel: 8, No. 205 Bliss, Henry.
The genius of federalism, a poem, in three cantos.
Pittsfield, Printed by Phinehas Allen. 1813
24 p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 206 Bliss, Henry.
Thanksgiving, a poem, in two parts.
Pittsfield [Mass.], Printed by Phinehas Allen. May, 1815
24 p.; 20.5 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 207 Bloody Indian battle fought in Miami village November 4, 1791.
New Haven, Printed by Moses H. Woodward. [1792?]
A mournful elegy on the occasion. And Jemmy and Nancy, a tragic garland.; 12 p.; Cover title.
Reel: 8, No. 209 Bloomfield, Obadiah Benjamin Franklin, pseud.
The life and adventures of Obadiah Benjamin Franklin Bloomfield, M.D., a native of the United States of America, now on the tour of Europe.
Philadelphia, Published for the proprietor. 1818
Interspersed with episodes and remarks, religious, moral, public spirited, and humorous.; xi, , 210 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 8, No. 210 Bodman, Manoah.
An oration on death, and the happiness of the separate state, or The pleasures of paradise, with their probable changes and improvements: the last of which is much quoted from the late Dr. Watts, interspersed, however, with divers poetical sketches of the author's.
Williamsburgh [Mass.]: Printed by Ephraim Whitman. 1817
Also four hymns or poems of the author's ...; iv, 300 p.; 18 cm.
The death of General Montgomery, in storming the city of Quebec.
Norwich [Conn.], Printed by J. Trumbull, for and sold by J. Douglass M'Dougall, on the west side of the Great bridge, Providence. 1777
A tragedy. With an ode, in honour of the Pennsylvania militia, and the small band of regular continental troops who sustained the campaign in the depth of winter, January, 1777, and repulsed the British forces from the banks of the Delaware. By the author of a dramatic piece, on the battle of Bunker's-hill. To which are added, elegiac pieces, commemorative of distinguished characters, by different gentlemen ...; 68 p.; 18 cm.
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by R. Atken, Bookseller, opposite the London Coffee Ship, Front street. 1774
, 22 [i.e. 23] p.; 22.5 cm.
Reel: 10, No. 233 Bracket, John.
A hymn, composed by John Bracket, of Dudley, Massachusetts, on the death of his wife, expressing her exercises of mind, together with his own; with advice to his children and others.
Sutton, Printed for the author. 1810
12 p.; 9 cm.; Cover title.
Reel: 10, No. 234 Brackett, Joseph Warren, 1775-1826.
The ghost of law; or, Anarchy and despotism.
Hanover [N.H.], Printed by Moses Davis. 1803
A poem, delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa, Dartmouth college, at their anniversary, August 23, 1803.; 24 p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 10, No. 235 Bradford, John, of Newark.
The poetical vagaries of a knight of the folding-stick of Paste-castle.
Gotham, Printed for the author. 1815
To which is annexed, The history of the garret. Translated from the hieroglyphics of the Society. By a member of the Order of the Blue-string.; 143 p.; illus.; (incl. fold. front.); 16 cm.
Reel: 10, No. 236 [Bradstreet, Ann (Dudley)] 1612?-1672.
Several poems compiled with great variety of with and learning, full of delight; wherein especially is contained a compleat discourse, and description of the four elements, constitutions, ages of man, seasons of the year.
Boston, Printed by John Foster. 1678
Together with an exact epitome of the three first monarchyes [!], viz. the Assyrian, Persian, Grecian, and beginning of the Roman Common-wealth to the end of their last king. With diverse other pleasant & serious poems. By a gentlewoman in New-England. 2d ed., corr. by the author, and enlarged by an addition of several other poems found among her papers after her death.; , 236,  p.