New patent sermons, machine poetry, and lectures on animals, &c.
New York, F.A. Brady. [1859?]
By Dow, jr. [pseud.]; 288 p.; 19 cm.; (Californian series); Inscription dated April 18, 1859.
Reel: 130, No. 2325 Paige, Julia B.
New inductive method for the piano-forte and singing, taught at her musical studio.
Boston, G.C. Rand & Avery. 1869
34 p., 1 l.; 23 cm.; Advertisement and testimonials.; At head of title: Grand musical discovery. The labor of years accomplished in weeks.; Includes a poem by E.C.T., a pupil.; (Ella C. Thayer?).
Reel: 130, No. 2326 [Paine, Martyn] 1794-1877.
Memoir of Robert Troup Paine.
New York, J.F. Trow, printer. 1852
By his parents...; viii, 524,  p.; 2 port. (incl. front.) 2 p.l.; (1 col.) facsim.; 29.5 cm.; "Printed for private distribution, especially for the classmates of the youth.".
Reel: 130, No. 2327 [Palfrey, Sara Hammond] 1823-1914.
Prémices, by E. Foxton [pseud.].
Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1855
iv, 196 p.; 19 cm.; In verse.
Reel: 130, No. 2328 [Palfrey, Sara Hammond] 1823-1914.
Sir Pavon and St. Pavon, by E. Foxton, [pseud.].
, 85 p.
Reel: 130, No. 2329 Palmer, Benjamin Franklin.
A poem before the Society of the sons of New England in Pennsylvania, on the first anniversary of the society, and the two hundred and thirty-seventh anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth.
Philadelphia, Crissey & Markley, printers. 1859
Delivered, by request, in The City of Philadelphia, December 22, 1858.; 15 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 130, No. 2330 Palmer, David.
New Brunswick and other poems.
St. John, N.B. 1869
171 p.; 18 cm.; Added t.-p.: Original poems by David Palmer.
92 p.; illus.; 22.5 cm.; Title vignette.; Published in briefer form 1843 under title, Thulia; a tale of the Antarctic.; The main facts ... were gathered from the log-book and other journals of the Flying-fish, confirmed by The author's personal experience aboard the Peacock in the U.S. exploring expedition of 1838 to 1842.".
Reel: 130, No. 2332 Palmer, Ray, 1808-1887.
Hymns and sacred pieces, with miscellaneous poems.
Albany, J. Munsell. 1865
6 p., 2 l., -195 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 130, No. 2333 Palmer, Ray, 1808-1887.
Hymns and sacred pieces, with miscellaneous poems.
New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1865
ix, -195 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 130, No. 2334 Palmer, Ray, 1808-1887.
Hymns of my holy hours, and other pieces.
New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1867
viii, 9-103 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 130, No. 2335 Palmer, Ray, 1808-1887.
Remember me; or, The holy communion.
Boston, The American tract society. [c1865]
102 p.; 19 cm.; Added t.-p. illustrated in colors.
Reel: 130, No. 2336 Palmer, William Pitt, 1805-1884.
Prometheus in doubt, a poem read at the banquet of the National board of fire under-writers, April 22, 1869.
New York. 1869
Reel: 130, No. 2337 Palmer, William Pitt, 1805-1884.
Rhymed sketches of imaginary peregrinations, read before the Pithonian society of the University of Rochester, at their last annual meeting.
New York, R. Chapman. 1855
26 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 130, No. 2338 Palmerton, Ann, b. 1800.
The alarming state of the world.
Rochester, New York, Printed for the author. 1859
viii, -302,  p.; 15 cm.; Includes poetry.
Reel: 130, No. 2339 Papers for the people.
New York, The Jefferson Union. 1852
To be issued weekly during the campaign, under the patronage of the entire Democratic delegation in Congress...; 296 p.; port.; 21.5 cm.
Reel: 130, No. 2340 A Parable.
Dedicated to the loyal soldiers of the North.; Caption title.; A poem.
Also, Lines on the happy end of the righteous, and Prosperity and death of the rich man, spoken of in Saint Luke's Gospel, chapter XVI. 4th ed. With a preface.; 52 p.; 16 cm.; Reprinted from "an old pamphlet" printed in 1813.; Contains also: Thoughts on universalism, by a different author; The sinner's mistake: Law and gospel by Isaac Watts.; Ascribed also to the Rev. John Peck, 1780-1849.
By Elvira.; 152 p.; front., illus.; Attributed also to Judith Grant Perkins.
Reel: 133, No. 2394 Perry, Henry G.
Phantasy; or, Teachings of truth from study and contrast of the real with unreality: a poem, delivered before the literary societies, at the annual commencement of Oakland college, Mississippi, May. A.D. 1859.
New Orleans. 1859
Reel: 133, No. 2395 Perry, Nora, 1841-1896.
After the ball, and other poems.
vi, -192 p.; 18 cm.; Binding varies.; Author's autographed presentation copy to Henry B. Anthony.
Reel: 133, No. 2396 Perry, Timothy.
Poem delivered before the alumni of New Ipswich academy, September 18, 1861.
(In: New Ipswich, N.H.--Appleton academy. Oration, poem and chronicles).
Reel: 133, No. 2397 Peter Piper's tales.
Albany, R.H. Pease. [1865?]
Danger of fire.; 26 p. incl. col. front., col. plates.; 23 cm.; Caption: Mama's stories to her little girl.; Numerous errors in paging.
Reel: 133, No. 2398 Peter Prim's pride; or, Pleasing proverbs for little people.
unp.; col. illus.; 21 cm.
Reel: 133, No. 2399 Peters, Absalom, 1793-1869.
The city of the silent.
New York, J.A. Gray & Green, printers. 1866
A tribute to the Wood-lawn cemetery, established for the city of New York and Westchester county. Opened for burials, January, 1865.; 12 p.; 19 cm.; On cover: From "Hours at home", for May, 1866.; Verse and prose.
Reel: 133, No. 2400 Peters, Absalom, 1793-1869.
Life and time.
New York, Sheldon & co., Boston, Gould & Lincoln. 1866
A birth-day memorial of seventy years. With memories and reflections for the aged and the young.; 80 p.; 17.5 cm.; Appendix: Notes, explanatory and biographical [etc.].
Reel: 133, No. 2401 Peters, W.A.
Embers of the past.
New York. 1866
2 p.l., [vii]-viii, -50 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 133, No. 2402 Peterson, Henry, 1818-1891.
The modern Job.
Philadelphia, H. Peterson & co. 1869
124 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 134, No. 2403 Peterson, Henry, 1818-1891.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1863
viii, 9-203 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 134, No. 2404 Pettes, George William.
Corona: a poem delivered at the first anniversary of the First light infantry veterans association of Providence, Rhode Island, May 11, 1870.
Cambridge [Mass.] Printed at the Riverside press. 1870
24 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 134, No. 2406 Pettes, George William.
Laurea: the anniversary poem read to the graduating class of Pemberton square school, Boston, June 19th, 1867.
Boston, Press of S. Chism. 1867
Published by request of the class.; 29 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 134, No. 2407 [Pettes, George William].
(In Celeberation of the eighty-sixth anniversary of the independence of the United States 1862. Chicago, 1862, p. 21-31).