Elfreide of Guldal, a Scandinavian legend; and other poems.
New-York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G. S. Appleton. 1850
vi, , -186 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 88, No. 1469.1 Marmaduke multiply.
Boston, Munroe and Francis. 1845
71 p.; illus.; 13.5 cm.
Reel: 88, No. 1470 Marsden, Joshua, 1777-1837.
Poems on Methodism: embracing The conference, or Sketches of Wesleyan Methodism.
Philadelphia, Sorin & Ball. 1848
And American Methodism, a plea for unity: by an American Methodist.; v, -156 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 88, No. 1471 Marsh, John, 1788-1868.
Boy's temperance book.
New York, American temperance union. 1846
120 p.; front., plates., illus.; 16 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1472 Marsh, John, 1788-1868.
Hannah Hawkins, the reformed drunkard's daughter.
New York, American temperance union. [185-?]
9th ed.; vi, -72 p.; illus.; 15.5 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1473 Marsh, William, fl. 1839.
England, and other poems.
New York. 1839
112 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1474 Marshall.
Eugenia; or, Early scenes in Cumberland.
New York. 1823
Reel: 89, No. 1475 Marston, Hannah.
Hymns and poems on death.
Parsonsfield, Me. 1827
With a letter from a Father to his children.; 62 p.; 14 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1476 Martha's cottage.
Providence, Cory, Marshall and Hammond. [185-?]
Embellished with neat colored engravings.; 12numb.l.; col. illus.; 13 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1477 [Martin, J.L.] d. 1848.
Native bards; a satirical effusion: with other occasional pieces.
Philadelphia, E.L. Carey & A. Hart. 1831
114 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1478 Martyn, S.J.S.
Ione: a dramatic sketch.
[New York]. 
-35 p.; 1 plate.
Reel: 89, No. 1478.1 Mary's book of hymns.
Concord, M.G. Atwood. 1832
16 p.; illus.; 10 cm.; (Third series, no. 7.).
Reel: 89, No. 1479 Mary's book of hymns.
Portland [Me.] Bailey & Noyes. [1835?]
16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.; (Seventh series, no. 7).
Reel: 89, No. 1480 Mason, Henry.
A poem, delivered at the fifth anniversary of the Franklin debating society, on the birthday of Benjamin Franklin.
[Boston, I. R. Butts & co., printers]. 
8 p.; 21.5 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1481 Mason, Henry.
Boston, Printed for the Society by I.R. Butts. 1830
A poem delivered before the Franklin debating society, in Chauncy Hall, January 17, 1830, being the celebration of their seventh anniversary.; 9 p.
Reel: 89, No. 1482 Mason, Susanna.
Selections from the letters and manuscripts of the late Susanna Mason; with a brief memoir of her life, by her daughter.
5 p.l., -312 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1482.1 Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, pub.
The children's Friend.
16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1483 Massachusetts Sabbath School Society.
Father shall never whip me again.
Boston, Mass., Sabbath School Society. 1843
Written for the Mass. S. S. Society, and revised by the Committee of Publication.; 14 p.; illus.; 12 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1484 Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, pub.
Written for the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, and approved by the Committee of Publication.; 54 p.; illus.; 16 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1485 Massachusetts Sabbath School Society.
The forest flower; or, Motives to content.
A fable.; 16 p.; illus., front.; 11 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1486 Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, pub.
Little Catherine and her Mother.
16 p.; illus. pl.; 11 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1487 Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, pub.
The sins of youth.
16 p.; illus., front.; 11 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1488 Master Woodbine's Alphabets: for all good children.
London, C. Honeysuckel. [185-?]
14 l.; illus.; 22 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1489 Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.
Boston, Printed by Dutton & Wentworth. 1828
A discourse on the good education of children, &c. &c. delivered at the funeral of Ezekiel Cheever, principal of the Latin school in Boston; who died, August, 1708, in the ninety-fourth year of his age. With an elegy and an epitaph. By the Rev. Cotton Mather, D.D. Somewhat abridged, by omitting the Latin phrases, etc. and by an attempt to render the language throughout more perspicuous and energetic. To which is now added, a selection from the poems of Cheever's manuscript, never before published.; 23 p.; front. (Facsim.); 22 cm.
Reel: 89, No. 1489.1 [Mather, Cotton] 1663-1728.
A faithful man described and rewarded.
Boston, John Putnam. 1849 [i.e. 1850]
A sermon preached at Malden, June 24, 1705, occasioned by the death of that faithful and aged servant of God, Mr. Michael Wigglesworth. By Increase [!] Mather ...; vii, -52 p.; 18.5 cm.
Torn dolly.; cover-title,  p.; col. illus.; 15 cm.
Reel: 92, No. 1536 Miller, James William, d. 1829.
Poems and sketches.
Boston, Carter & Hendee. 1830
1 p.l., 165 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 92, No. 1537 Mills, Henry, 1786-1867, tr.
Horae germanicae: a version of Herman hymns.
Auburn, N.Y., H. & J.C. Ivison. c1845
2 p.l., -274 p., 2 l. 16 cm.
Reel: 92, No. 1537.1 Milton, Charles William.
A narrative of the gracious dealings of God in the conversion of W. Mooney Fitzgerald and John Clark, two malefactors, who were executed on Friday, Dec. 18, 1789, at St. John's, New Burnswick, Nova Scotia, for burglary: in a letter from the Reverend Mr. Milton to the Right Honourable the Countess Dowager of Huntingdon.
Newburyport, W. & J. Gilman. 1837
Reel: 92, No. 1538 The Mind's jubilee, a sketch; with notes and illustrations.
Philadelphia, George, Latimer & co. 1834
72 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 92, No. 1538.1 Mines, John, d. 1850?.
The infant: a poem in four books.
New York, John S. Taylor. 1837
To which are added miscellaneous poems by the same author.; 266 p.
Reel: 92, No. 1539 Minor, Isaac.
A poem on the murder of Miss Emily Cooper, and Mrs. Olive Foote, in North Branford, Sept. 14, 1849.
New Haven, Published by the author. 1850
17 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 92, No. 1540 Miron and Florilla: a poetic tale.
New York, T.J. Crowen. 1838
The scenery of America...; 148 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 92, No. 1540.1 Misca, Frederica E.
The love of Jesus.
Andover, Printed for the author. 1836
A treatise upon Baptism, Confirmation, and the Lord's Supper. From the German of F. E. Misca. Translated by Rev. A. W. M'Clure...; 3 p.l., -4, -94 p.; front.; 15.5 cm.
The wizzard's grave, The origin of Bacchus, etc.,; 3 p.l., 276 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1551 Moore, John Stethem.
Abrah: the conspirator.
Washington, W. Adam; Philadelphia, Zieber & co. 1847
A tragedy in five acts:; 51 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1552 Moore, John Stethem.
The oracle of Delphos, and other poems.
Washington, Alexander & Barnard, printers. 1844
vi p., 1 l., 87 p.; 13.5 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1553 [Moore, John Stethem].
The priest of Venus; a poem in three cantos.
Washington, T. Barnard, printer. 1845
36 p.; 22.5 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1554 Moral emblems; a gift from Aunt Ann.
New Haven, S. Babcock. 1838
8 p.; illus.; 7 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1555 Morford, Henry, 1823-1881.
Music of the spheres.
Granville, N.J. 1840
12 p.; (American satires and other poems).
Reel: 93, No. 1556 Morgan, George G.W.
The Rochester token; or, Select original poems.
Rochester [N.Y.] Printed for the author, by Shepard and Greves. 1849
144 p., 1 l., 16.5 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1557 The Morning ramble, with original engravings.
New London, J.R. Bolles. 1850
10 l.; illus.; 19 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1558 Moron: a tale of the Alhambra, in three cantos, and The mother's tale: a fragment.
Reel: 93, No. 1559 Morris, George Pope, 1802-1864.
The deserted bride; and other poems.
New York, Adlard & Saunders. 1838
80 p.; 22.5 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1560 Morris, George Pope, 1802-1864.
The deserted bride; and other poems.
New York, Adlard & Saunders. 1843
108 p.; 22.5 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1561 Morris, George Pope, 1802-1864.
The little Frenchman and his water lots, with other sketches of the times.
Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard. 1839
With etchings by Johnson.; 155 p.; illus.; 21 cm.
Reel: 93, No. 1562 Morris, George Pope, 1802-1864.
(In New York- [Common Council?]; Report of the proceedings of the joint committee appointed to make ... arrangements for bringing on the bodies of the N.Y. regiments of volunteers from Mexico.).
Reel: 93, No. 1562.1 Morris, George Pope, 1802-1864.
...Songs and ballads.
[New York]. 
16 p.; 27 cm.; (The mirror library no. 4).
Reel: 93, No. 1563 Morris, George Pope, 1802-1864.
Songs, duetts and chorusses in the new opera of the Maid of Saxony, founded upon historical events in the life of Frederick the Second of Prussia, related by Miss Edgeworth, Zimmerman, Latrobe, and other writers.
New York, J.G. House, printer. 1842
The libretto, by George P. Morris esq. The music... composed by C. E. Horn...; 16 p.; 23 cm.