A brief narrative, or poem, giving an account of the hostile actions of some pagan indians towards Lieutenant Jacob Tilton and his brother Daniel Tilton, both of Ipswich as they were on board of a small vessel at the east-ward; which happened.
[Newburyport, 1774] from a reprint by I. Thomas and H.W. Tinges, printed by W. & J. Gilman, no. 9, State street, Boston, Printed by Robert Wier. June 1834; March 1852
Reel: 32, No. 818 G., W.
A brief narrative, or poem, giving an account of the hostile action of some pagan indians towards Lieut.
Newburyport, from a reprint by I. Thomas and H.W. Tinges, Printed by W. & J. Gilman. 1834
Jacob Tilton and his brother Daniel Tilton, both of the town of Ipswich, as they were on board a small vessel at the eastward: which happened in the summer-time, in the year 1722. With an account of the valiant exploits of the said Tiltons, and their victorious conquest over their insulting enemies.; broadside.
Reel: 32, No. 819 Gallaudot, Thomas H[opkins, 1787-1851].
A sermon delivered at the opening of the Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons, at the request of the directors, on Sunday evening, April 20th, 1817, in the Brick Church in Hartford.
Hartford, Hudson and Co., printers. 1817
Printed for the benefit of the Asylum.; 15 p.; 22 cm.
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by William Dunlap. 1762
24 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 32, No. 843 Godfrey, Thomas, 1736-1763.
Juvenile poems on various subjects.
Philadelphia, Printed by Henry Miller, in Second street. 1765
With The prince of Parthia, a tragedy. To which is prefixed, some account of the author and his writings.; xxvi, 1 l., 223 p.; 23 cm.
Reel: 32, No. 844 A Good wife, God's gift; or A character of a wife indeed!.
Boston, Printed by J. White, near Charles river bridge. 1796
Also, a poetical description of the Chaste Virgin, of a good wife; and a pious widow, etc.; 47 p.
Reel: 32, No. 845 The New and fashionable Chinese puzzle.
New York, Printed for and published by A.T. Goodrich & co. 1817
Also published by them, a key wherein is explained the method of forming every figure contained in that pleasing amusement.; 2 p.l., , 32 numb.l.,  p.; diagrs.; 14 cm.
Reel: 32, No. 846 [Gorton, Samuel].
Simplicities defence against seven-headed policy.
London, Printed by J. Macock, and are to be sold by Luke Fawne, at his shop in Paul's church yard, at the sign of the Parrot. 1646
Or, Innocency vindicated, being unjustly accused, and sorely censured, by that seven-headed church-government united in New-England: or, That servant so imperious in his masters absence revived, and now thus re-acting in New-England ...; 8 p.l., 111 p.; 12.
Reel: 32, No. 847 Gould, Polly.
Lines composed by Polly Gould, a few days before her death. A tribute to the memory of Catharine Berrenger. Printed for the purchaser.; 8 p.; 15 cm.
The power of faith; exemplified in the life and writings of the late Mrs. Isabella Graham, of New York.
New York, Published by Kirk and Mercein, no. 22, Wall street, William A. Mercein, printer, no. 93, Gold street. 1819
4th ed.; 336 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.
Reel: 33, No. 852 Grateful reflections [on the divine goodness vouchsaf'd to the American arms in their remarkable success in the Northern department, after the giving up of our fortresses at Ticonderoga, on the sixth of July, A.D. 1777].
[Hartford, Printed and sold by Hudson & Goodwin]. 
With some account of the battles fought and transactions of that memorable campaign. Occasioned by the surrender of the king's forces by Lieutenant-General Burgoyne to Major-General Gates, on the 23d day of October, in the said year. In four parts.; -54 p.; Caption title.
Reel: 33, No. 855 [Grave, John] of Virginia.
A song of Sion.
[London]. Printed [for Robert Wilson] in the year, 1662
Written by a citizen thereof, whose outward habitation is in Virginia; and being sent over to some of his friends in England, the same is found fitting to be published, for to warn the seed of evil-doers.; 12 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 33, No. 856 Green, George.
The Shunamite; recommended to the candid perusal of all denominations of Christians.
New York, Printed by Southwick and Pelsue, no. 3, New street. 1810
1 p.l., -16 p.
Reel: 33, No. 857 [Green, Joseph] 1706-1780.
An eclogue sacred to the memory of the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Mayhew, who departed this life July 9th, anno salutis humanae 1766, aeatis 46.
Boston, Printed by Thomas and John Fleet. 
Reel: 33, No. 858 [Green, Joseph] 1706-1780.
Entertainment for a winter's evening: being a full and true account of a very strange and wonderful sight seen in Boston on the twenty-seventh of December at noonday.
Boston, Printed and sold by G. Rogers, next to the prison in Queen street. 
The truth of which can be attested by a great number of people who actually saw the same with their own eyes. By me, the Hon'ble B. B. esq.; 1 p.l., , -15 p.; 20 cm.
Reel: 33, No. 859 Green, Joseph, 1706-1780.
Entertainment for a winter's evening: being a full and true account of a very strange and wonderful sight seen in Boston, on the twenty-seventh of December, 1749, at noon-day.
Boston, Printed in the year 1750. Reprinted 1795
The truth of which can be attested by a great number of people who actually saw the same with their own eyes. By me, the Hon. B.B. esq; (alias Jos. Green, esq); 12 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 33, No. 860 [Green, Joseph] 1706-1780.
A mournful lamentation for the sad and deplorable death of Mr. Old Tenor, a native of New-England, who after a long confinement, by a deep and mortal wound which he received above twelve months before, expired on the 31st day of March, 1750.
He lived beloved, and died lamented. To the mournful tune of Chevy-chace.; broadside.
Reel: 33, No. 862 Grice, C.E.
The battle of New Orleans; or, Glory, love and loyalty; an historical and national drama, in five acts.
New York, Printed for the author, by John Low. 1816
A congratulatory epistle to the redoubtable "Peter Porcupine," on his "Complete triumph over the once towering but fallen and despicable faction in the United States:" a poem.
Philadelphia, From the free and independent political & literary press of Thomas Bradford, printer, bookseller & stationer, no. 8, South Front street. 1796
To which is annexed The vision, a dialogue between Marat and Peter Porcupine, in the infernal regions.; 44 p.; 21.5 cm.
Reel: 33, No. 864 Griffing, Augustus, 1767-1866.
Soliloquy on the death of Miss Deziah Griffing, who died December 11, 1794, aged 24 years.
New York, Printed at the office of John Harrisson. 
To which is added, An elegy on Deziah Narcissa Griffing.; 8 p.; 16 cm.
Reel: 33, No. 865 Guérin, Bertrand.
Satire against satire; being an answer to a scandalous publication, entitled "Satyre americaine.".
Baltimore, Printed for the author by John W. Butler. 
25 [i.e. 24] p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 33, No. 867 Guillotina, for January 1, 1797.
[Hartford]. [January 1, 1797]
Addressed to the readers of the Connecticut Courant.; broadside.
Reel: 33, No. 868 [Gurney, Eliza Paul (Kirkbride), Mrs.] 1801-1881.
Heart utterances at various periods of a chequered life.
n.p. [privately printed]. [18--?]
Not published.; 2 p.l., [vii]-93 p.; 18 cm.
Reel: 33, No. 869 Guthry, John.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1815
The first and second chapters of the Book of Chronicles of North America. A political sermon on the Epistle of Paul to the Romans, chap. xiii. 3. Two new songs, the British and our account of the battle of Orleans. With other pieces both in prose and verse.; 36 p.; 18 cm.
Salvation by Christ with penetential cries: composed by Jupiter Hammon, a Negro belonging to Mr. Lloyd of Queen's Village on Long Island, the 25th of December, 1760.; broadside.
Reel: 34, No. 897 Hammon, Jupiter, b. ca.1720.
An evening's improvement.
Hartford, Printed for the author, by the assistance of his friends. [circa, 1790]
Shewing the necessity of beholding the lamb of God. To which is added, a dialogue entitled, The kind master and dutiful servant. Written by ... a Negro man belonging to Mr. John Lloyd, of Queen's village, on Long Island, now in Hartford.; 28 p.
Reel: 34, No. 898 Hanson, Joseph.
The Mussulmen humbled; or, A heroic poem in celebration of the bravery displayed by the American tars, in the contest with Tripoli.
New York, Printed for the author, Southwick and Hardcastle, printers. 1806
32,  p.
Reel: 34, No. 902 Harby, Isaac, 1788-1828.
Alberti, a play in five acts.
Charleston [S.C.], Printed for the author by A.E. Miller. June 1819
Boston, Printed by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, at Faust's statue, no. 45, Newberry street. 1790
By a student of Harvard University.; 16 p.
Reel: 34, No. 908 Hart, Joseph, 1712?-1768.
Hymns, &c. composed on various subjects.
London Printed, Worcester [Massachusetts], Reprinted by I. Thomas, at his office near the courthouse. 1782
3d ed. With a large supplement.; 1 p.l., 226 p.
Reel: 34, No. 910 The Hartford convention in an uproar! and the wise men of the East confounded!.
[Windsor, Vt., Printed for the proprietor of the Copyright ..]. [1815.]
Together with a short history of the Peter Washingtonians; being the first book of the Chronicles [of the children of disobedience; otherwise falsely called "Washington Benevolents," by Hector Benevolus, Esq.]; 46 p.
Reel: 34, No. 911 Hartwell, Jesse, 1771?-1860.
Some reflections and meditations upon the call of a Gospel minister, wherein may be discovered the author's trial in some measure composed before he yielded to take up the cross to publicly vindicate the Gospel.
[New-Marlborough]. [15 May 1801]
7 p.; Bound with the author's Remarks on a sermon lately published ... Stockbridge, 1802-.
Reel: 34, No. 912 Harwood, John Edmund, 1771-1806.
New York, Published by M. & W. Ward, no. 4, city hotel, for Joseph Osborn. 1809
2 p.l., -107 p.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 34, No. 913 Haslett, Andrew.
Baltimore, Printed by R. Gamble, no. 12, Light street. 1812
Author of various miscellaneous pieces.; 1 p.l., ii, [i], viii-ix, -95 p.; 19 cm.
Reel: 34, No. 914 Hastings, Sarah (Anderson), Mrs., 1773-1812.
Poems on different subjects.
Lancaster, Printed and sold by W. Dickson for the benefit of the authoress. 1808
To which is added a descriptive account of a family tour to the West in the year 1800, in a letter to a lady. By Sally Hastings.; 220 p.; 17 cm.
Reel: 34, No. 915 [Hatheway, Philip].
A narrative of the exercise of soul and distress of body of Noah Hatheway, (eldest son of Elder Philip Hatheway, of Freetown), in his last sickness; who departed this life, November 15, 1804, in the twenty-seven year of his age after forty-seven days sickness.
New Bedford [Mass.], Printed for P. Hatheway, by A. Shearman. jun., 1805
To which is added some pieces of his poetry on various subjects with an appendix, containing a brief testimony, by Elnathan Combs, &c. &c.; 48 p.; 17.5 cm.
Reel: 34, No. 917 [Haven, Samuel] 1727-1806.
Poetic miscellany, on subjects moral and religious.
Portsmouth, (New Hampshire), Printed at the Oracle press, by Charles Peirce. 1798
In May 1803, the Federal members of the General Assembly of Connecticut held a grand caucus at Hartford, and published an address to the freemen of this state: that, and their doings in said caucus versified.; 16 p.
Reel: 35, No. 937 [Hillard, Isaac] b. 1737.
A federal pye, seasoned with British lamentation.
24 p.; 18 cm.; Caption title.; "The British lamentation"; p. 14-24.; In verse.
Reel: 35, No. 938 Hillard, Isaac, 1737-.
The New England mountain in labor.
[New York State?]. [1814?]
48 p.; Caption title.
Reel: 35, No. 939 Hillard, Isaac, b. 1737.
A New Year's present for Jan. 1, 1810; or, An unmasked view of certain occurrences during the year 1809.
Morristown [N.J.], Printed for every liberal purchaser. Feb., 1810
This piece was intended to have been presented by the newsboy, but from its too great length it has been thought proper to present it to the idle Reader in its present form and manner.; 16 p.; 18 cm.