...A free and independent translation of the first and fourth books of the AEneid of Virgil: wherein are unfolded the travels of AEneas, the origin of the Roman Empire, the stratagems employed by the goddess Juno (happily without success) to nip that important enterprise in the bud, the counterplots of the goddess Venus and her mischievous little son Cupid, and the furious love and romantic death of Queen Dido.
Winsted, Conn., Printed and sold at the Winsted herald office. 1870
In hexameter and pentameter. With illustrations by Thomas Worth. Designed for the use of families, schools, and colleges, and especially for students in Virgil, into whose hands this volume may be put without the least danger of its being used as a pony.; 22 p., 1 l. plates. 21 cm.; At head of title: University edition.; Cover-title: The AEneid, in modern American.; A burlesque paraphrase.
Reel: 177, No. 3198 Valentine, William.
New York, Garrett & co. 
Being a perfect encyclopedia of fun and humor, and containing comic lectures, comic songs, comic poetry, delineations of eccentric characters ... Also, showing up American character and characteristics, in all its varieties, from the "Yankee" way down east to the pioneers in Arkansaw.; Illustrated with portraits of Dr. Valentine, in some of his most popular characters.; 280 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 177, No. 3199 Van Alstyne, Frances Jane (Crosby), 1820-1915.
Libretto of the flower queen, or, the coronation of the rose.
New York. c1852
15 p.; 25 cm.
Reel: 177, No. 3200 Van Alstyne, Frances Jane (Crosby), 1820-1915.
Monterey, and other poems.
New York, R. Craighead. 1851
x, 203 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 177, No. 3201 [Van Alstyne, Frances Jane (Crosby)] 1820-1915.
2 p.l., [iii]-vi, -157 p.; 15 cm.; Copyrighted by Josephine Walcott; preface signed H.M.B.
Reel: 179, No. 3238 Waldo, George Curtis.
(Boston). (July 12, 1865)
(In Tufts College. Alumni Association. Oration and poem.; 21 cm.; p. -95).
Reel: 179, No. 3239 Walker, Jesse, 1810-1852.
Poems, written during his early professional years.
Buffalo, Phinney & co. 1854
with a brief notice of the author by Rev. Montgomery Schuyler...; 2 p.l., vii, -196 p.; 18.5 cm.
Reel: 179, No. 3240 [Walker, Mary Ann].
Leaves from the backwoods.
Montreal, Printed by J. Lovell. 1861
iv p., 1 l., -174 p.; 19.5 cm.
Reel: 179, No. 3241 Wall, Henry, d. 1889.
Fashion: a humourous and satirical poem.
Richmond, Virginia, West & Johnston. 1870
In two parts.; 22 p.; 23 cm.; Variant covers.
Reel: 179, No. 3242 Wallace, Cyrus W.
[Proceedings and discourse in connection with the anniversary of the] quarter-centennial pastorate of Rev. Cyrus W. Wallace over the First Congregational Church and society in Manchester, New Hampshire.
56 p.; 21 cm.; Contains a poem by Mrs. N.B.T. Greenbough.
Reel: 179, No. 3243 Wallace, Michael A., d. 1892.
Hymns of the church; The nativity, and other poems.
Sanborn & Carter. 1853
Portland [Maine]; 3 p.l., [v]-xii, -321 p.; front., 2 plates. 19.5 cm.; Added t.-p., engraved: Wild scenes of the West.
With four illustrations in oil colors. By the author of "Dollars and cents," "Caspar" [etc.]; 40 p.; incl. col. front., col. plates.; 20 cm.; In verse.
Reel: 180, No. 3263 Warner, Anna Bartlett, 1827-1915.
Wayfaring hymns, original and translated.
New York, A.D.F. Randolph and co. 1869
viii, -66 p.; 12 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3264 [Warner, Eliza A.].
Prose and poetry for children.
Boston, Massachusetts Sabbath school society. [c1852]
126 p.; front., illus.; 16 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3265 [Warner, Louis T., Mrs.].
The true Grecian bend: a story in verse, by Larry Leigh [pseud.].
New York, J.S. Redfield. 1868
48 p.; incl. front., 3 plates.; 19 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3266 [Warner, Susan] 1819-1885.
Say and seal.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1860
By the author of "Wide, wide world", and the author of "Dollars and cents"...; 2 v.; 18.5 cm.; Includes the poem: "Jesus loves me," by Anna Bartlett Warner--p. 115-116.; Preface signed by Elizabeth Wetherell [pseud.] and Amy Lothrop [pseud.].
viii, -88 p.; 19 cm.; Poetry and prose with a biographical sketch.
Reel: 180, No. 3268 Warren, Manly.
Rhymes, written at random.
Marietta [Ohio] Published by subscription. 1852
vi p., 1 l., -188 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3269 Warren, Mary A.
Alton, Illinois, Alton courier steam press. 1854
80 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3270 Warren, Saxon.
Egeria, a tale of modern Rome, and other poems.
208 p.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3271 Warren, William Fairfield, 1833-1929.
What is your life?.
Boston, Prentiss & Sawyer. 1856
A memento of Susanna Newton Peirce ... died January 16, 1856.; 22,  p.; 24 cm.; Includes a memorial poem.
Reel: 180, No. 3272 Washburn, Henry Stevenson, 1813-1903.
The mystery of life.
1 p.l., 5-31 p.; 16 cm.; Leaves printed on one side only.
Reel: 180, No. 3273 Washington, E.K.
92 p.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3274 Washington Light Infantry Charitable Association.
Proceedings on the occasion of unveiling the monument erected in memory of their comrades.
Oration by Wade Hampton; poem by E.T. Winkler.; 22 p.; plates 25 cm.; Cover bound in.
Reel: 180, No. 3275 Washington, William A.
Rural minstrelsy and fancy pencillings; consisting of poems, odes, orations, essays, etc., etc.
Nashville, Tenn., Printed for the author [by A.A. Stitt, Southern Methodist publishing house]. 1860
xvi, -344 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3276 Washington as a child.
Philadelphia, J. Weik. 
A picture-book for American boys.; 16 p.; front., plates.; 17 cm.
Reel: 180, No. 3277 Watchem, Timothy, pseud.
War-horseiana; or, An authentic report of the sayings and doings of the war-horse and his ponies; from the year 1847 up to the present time.
Containing their speeches, resolutions, toasts, adventures, communications, dances, songs, etc.; Illustrated with eight beautiful engravings, by Peppergrass, from designs by Cruikshank.; 48 p.; front., plates.; 23 cm.; A piece of campaign literature satirizing Reah Frazer "The Lancaster war-horse", a prominent Democratic politician.