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Reel: D-17
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

If she will she will.

Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, Charles T. Dillingham. 1891

Wright bibliography number 1497.


Denison, Mary (Andrews).

The last of Torconnier's band.

In A. Cary, The adopted daughter.
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Led to the light.

Philadelphia. J.S. Claxton. 1867

Wright bibliography number 724.



Reel: D-7
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Lieutenant Messinger.

Boston, H. Hoyt. [c1863]

Wright bibliography number 725.



Reel: D-7
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Like a gentleman.

Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, C.T. Dillingham. 1882

Wright bibliography number 1498.



Reel: D-17
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

The lover's trials; or, The days before the Revolution.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1865]

Wright bibliography number 726.



Reel: D-7
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Love's yearning.

In M.G. Clarke, comp., Sunshine and shadows.
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

The master.

Boston, Walker, Wise. 1862

Wright bibliography number 727.



Reel: D-7
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

The mill agent.

Boston, Graves and Young. 1864

Wright bibliography number 728.



Reel: D-7
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Mr. Peter Crewitt.

Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, C.T. Dillingham. 1878

Wright bibliography number 1499.



Reel: D-18
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Nobody's child, and other stories.

Philadelphia, Lippincott. 1857

Wright bibliography number 729.



Reel: D-7
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Old Hepsy.

New York, A.B. Burdick. 1858

Wright bibliography number 730.



Reel: D-8
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Old Sip Warehouse.

New York, Harper. 1878

Wright bibliography number 1500.



Reel: D-18
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Opposite the jail.

Boston, H. Hoyt. 1859

Wright bibliography number 731.



Reel: D-8
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Out of prison.

Boston, Graves and Young. 1864

Wright bibliography number 732.



Reel: D-8
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Raphael Inglesse; or, The Jew of Milan!.

Boston, J.E. Farwell. 1848

Wright bibliography number 850.



Reel: D-2
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Rothmell.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1878

Wright bibliography number 1501.



Reel: D-18
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Sequel to Opposite the jail; or, On trial for his life.

Boston, I. Bradley & Co. [1883]

Wright bibliography number 1502.



Reel: D-18
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Tell your wife.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1886

Wright bibliography number 1503.



Reel: D-18
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

That husband of mine.

Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, C.T. Dillingham. 1877

Wright bibliography number 1504.



Reel: D-18
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

That wife of mine.

Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, C.T. Dillingham. 1877

Wright bibliography number 1505.



Reel: D-18
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

Victor Norman, rector.

Philadelphia, Lippincott. 1873

Wright bibliography number 733.



Reel: D-8
Denison, Mary (Andrews).

What not.

Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo. 1855

Wright bibliography number 734.



Reel: D-8
Denison, Thomas Stewart.

An iron crown.

Chicago, T.S. Denison. [c1855]

Wright bibliography number 1506.



Reel: D-18
Denison, Thomas Stewart.

The man behind.

Chicago, T.S. Denison. [1888]

Wright bibliography number 1507.



Reel: D-19
Denison, Thomas Stewart.

My invisible partner.

Chicago & New York, Rand, McNally & Co. [c1898]

Wright bibliography number 1508.



Reel: D-19
Dennis, James Hogarth.

Andrew.


Rochester, Sunday Herald Print. Co. 1886

Wright bibliography number 1509.



Reel: D-19
Dennis, James Hogarth.

The wooden bottle.

Rochester, R.H. Dennis. 1887

Wright bibliography number 1510.



Reel: D-19
Denny, Mary Louise.

The doctor and the parson.

New York; Washington, The Neale pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 623.



Reel: 64
Denslow, Van Buren.

Owned and disowned; or, The chattel child.

New York, H. Dayton. 1857

Wright bibliography number 737.



Reel: D-9
Denton, Lyman W.

Under the magnolias.

New York [etc.] Funk and Wagnalls. 1888

Wright bibliography number 1511.



Reel: D-19
Denton, William.

Garrison in heaven.

Wellesley, Mrs. E.M.F. Denton, Pub. [1882]

Wright bibliography number 1512.



Reel: D-19
Deppen, Anna Chase.

Our right to love.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie pub. Co. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 624.



Reel: 64
Derby, Aleck [pseud.?].

Ida Goldwin; or, The perils of fortune.

New York, De Witt. 1876

Wright bibliography number 1513.



Reel: D-19
[Derby, Caroline Rosina].

Salem.


New York, Harper. 1874

Wright bibliography number 738; By D.R. Castleton [pseud.].



Reel: D-9
Derby, George Horatio.

The miller of Silcott Mill.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1875

Wright bibliography number 742.



Reel: D-9
Derby, George Horatio.

Phoenixiana; or, Sketches and burlesques.

New York, Appleton. 1856

Wright bibliography number 739; By John Phoenix [pseud.].



Reel: D-9
Derby, George Horatio.

The Squibob papers.

New York, Carleton. 1865

Wright bibliography number 740.



Reel: D-9
The Derienni; or, Land pirates of the Isthmus.

New Orleans, A.R. Orton. 1853

Wright bibliography number 741.

Reel: D-9
Deslonde, Maria Darrington.

John Maribel.

New York, G.W. Carleton & Co.; London, S. Low Co. 1877

Wright bibliography number 1514.



Reel: D-19
[Desmond, Arthur].

Rival Caesars. A romance of ambition, love and war: being the tale of a vice-president, a major-general and three brilliant and beautiful women.

Chicago, Thurland & Thurland. 1903

Wright bibliography number 626; By Desmond Dilg [pseud. Of Arthur Desmond and Will H. Dilg].



Reel: 64
Desmond, Harry William.

The heart of woman. The love story of Catrina Rutherford. Contained in the writing of Alexander Adams; transmitted to Harry W. Desmond.

New York, J.F. Taylor & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 627.



Reel: 64
Desmos [pseud.].

Old Toney and his master; or, The abolitionist and the land-pirate.

Nashville, Southwestern Pub. House. 1861

Wright bibliography number 743.



Reel: D-10
Despard, Matilda (Pratt).

Kilrogan Cottage.

New York, Harper. 1878

Wright bibliography number 1515.



Reel: D-19
Dessar, Leo Charles.

A royal enchantress.

New York, Continental Pub. Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 1516.



Reel: D-20
Dessommes, George.

Tante Cydette.

Nouvelle-Orleans, Imprimerie Franco-Americaine. 1888

Wright bibliography number 1517.



Reel: D-20
Desultoria: the recovered mss. of an eccentric.

New York, Baker and Scribner. 1850

Wright bibliography number 851.

Reel: D-2
Detter, Thomas.

Nellie Brown; or, The jealous wife, with other sketches.

San Francisco, Cuddy & Hughes. 1871

Wright bibliography number 744.



Reel: D-10
Devereux, George Humphrey.

Sam Shirk.

New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1871

Wright bibliography number 745.



Reel: D-10
Devereux, Mary.

Betty Peach.

Marblehead [Mass.] M.H. Graives. 1896

Wright bibliography number 1518.



Reel: D-20
Devereux, Mary.

From kingdom to colony.

Boston, Little, Brown and Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1519.



Reel: D-20
Devereux, Mary.

Lafitte of Louisiana.

Boston, Little, Brown, and company. 1902

Wright bibliography number 629; Illustrated by Harry C. Edwards.



Reel: 64
Devereux, Mary.

Up and down the sands of gold.

Boston, Little, Brown and Company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 630.



Reel: 64
Devereux, William.

Raleigh. A romance of Elizabeth's court.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1910

Wright bibliography number 438; Founded on the successful drama "Sir Walter Raleigh" as played by Lewis Waller.



Reel: 47
Devney, Raymond Smith.

A brand new doctor.

Lexington, Ky., J.E. Hughes. 1908

Wright bibliography number 439.



Reel: 47
Devoore, Ann.

Oliver Iverson.

Chicago and New York, H.S. Stone and Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1521.



Reel: D-20
Devoore, Ann.

The whip-hand.

In Tales from McClure's: romance.
Dew of Eden. By "The Baronet's Son".

New York, Ed. Harris & Co. 1865

Wright bibliography number 746.
Dewey, Mrs. Byrd (Spilman).

Bruno.


Boston, Little, Brown and Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1522.



Reel: D-20
Dexter, Henry Martyn.

Street thoughts.

Boston, Crosby, Nichols. 1859

Wright bibliography number 748.



Reel: D-10
Dey, Frederic Van Rensselaer.

The magic story.

New York, Success Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 12 Sup.



Reel: Sup 2
Dey, Frederic Van Rensselaer.

The three keys.

New York, W.J. Watt. [1909]

Wright bibliography number 441; Frontispiece by Harrison Fisher.



Reel: 48
The Diary of a pawnbroker; or, The three golden balls.

New York, H. Long. [1849]

Wright bibliography number 852.

Reel: D-2
Diaz, Abby (Morton).

Bybury to Beacon street.

Boston, D. Lothrop Co. [c1887]

Wright bibliography number 1524.



Reel: D-20
Diaz, Abby (Morton).

Lucy Maria.

Boston, J.R. Osgood. 1874

Wright bibliography number 749.



Reel: D-10
Diaz, Abby (Morton).

The schoolmaster's trunk containing papers on home-life in Tweenito.

Boston, J.R. Osgood. 1874

Wright bibliography number 750.



Reel: D-11
Dibble, Henry C.

The sequel to a tragedy. A story of the far West.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 634.



Reel: 65
Dickens, Charles.

The mystery of Edwin Drood.

Brattleboro, Vt., T.P. James. 1873

Wright bibliography number 750A.



Reel: D-11
Dickinson, Anna Elizabeth.

What answer?.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1868

Wright bibliography number 751.



Reel: D-11
[Dickinson, Edith May].

So runs the world away.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. 1891

Wright bibliography number 1525; By Ansley May [pseud.].



Reel: D-21
Dickinson, Ellen E.

The King's daughters.

Philadelphia, Hubbard Bros. 1888

Wright bibliography number 1526.



Reel: D-21
Dickinson, Ellen E.

A winter picnic.

See Dickinson, J.A. winter picnic.
Dickinson, J.

A winter picnic.

New York, H. Holt and Co. 1888

Wright bibliography number 1527; By J. and E.E. Dickinson and S.E. Dowd.



Reel: D-21
Dickinson, Mary (Lowe).

Among the Thorns.

New York, G.W. Carleton & Co.; [etc.]. 1880

Wright bibliography number 1528.



Reel: D-21
Dickinson, Mary (Lowe).

Spring blossoms.

Philadelphia, C.H. Banes. [c1895]

Wright bibliography number 1529.



Reel: D-21
Dickinson, Mary (Lowe).

The temptation of Katharine Gray.

Philadelphia, A.J. Rowland. 1895

Wright bibliography number 1530.



Reel: D-21
Dickson, Capers.

John Ashton.

Atlanta, The Foote & Davies Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 1531.



Reel: D-21
Dickson, Harris.

The black wolf's breed.

Indianapolis, The Bowen-Merrill Co. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 1532.



Reel: D-21
Dickson, Harris.

Duke of Devil-May-Care.

New York, D. Appleton and company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 635.



Reel: 65
Dickson, Harris.

Fabrielle, transgressor.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1906

Wright bibliography number 442; With frontispiece by Walter H. Everett.



Reel: 48
Dickson, Harris.

The Ravenels. A novel.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 636; Illustrated by Seymour M. Stone [4th ed.].



Reel: 65
Dickson, Harris.

She that hesitates.

Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 637;The illustrations by C.M. Reelyea.



Reel: 65
Dickson, Harris.

The siege of Lady Resolute. A novel.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1902

Wright bibliography number 638.



Reel: 65
Dickson, Sallie O'Hear.

Ralph Fabian's mistakes.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. [c1906]

Wright bibliography number 443; By S. O'H. Dickson.



Reel: 48
Didier, Charles Peale.

The exhibits in an attachment suit.

Baltimore, Press of J.H. Williams Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 1533.



Reel: D-22
Didier, Charles Peale.

R.S.V.P.


Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co. [c1897]

Wright bibliography number 1534.



Reel: D-22
Didier, Charles Peale.

Would any man?.

[Baltimore] Williams & Wilkins Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 1535.



Reel: D-22
Diekenga, Inje Eildert.

Between times; or, Tales, sketches, and poems.

Boston, J.H. Earle. 1882

Wright bibliography number 1536.



Reel: D-22
Diekenga, Inje Eildert.

Daniel Poldertot.

Boston, J.H. Earle. 1882

Wright bibliography number 1537.



Reel: D-22
Diekenga, Inje Eildert.

Jasper Groales, and his wonderful journeys on Christmas Eve.

[Chicago, Goodman & Dickerson]. c1880

Wright bibliography number 1538.


Dieudonne, Florence [Lucinda] (Carpenter).

Katherine.

Washington, D.C., W.J. Brewer. [c1898]

Wright bibliography number 1539.



Reel: D-22
Dieudonne, Florence [Lucinda] (Carpenter).

Rondah; or, Thirty-three years in a star.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson & Bros. [c1887]

Wright bibliography number 1540.



Reel: D-22
Dieudonne, Florence [Lucinda] (Carpenter).

Xartella.

Washington, Press of Gedney & Roberts. [c1891]

Wright bibliography number 1541.



Reel: D-22
Dieudonne, Florence [Lucinda] (Carpenter).

Zardec.


[Minneapolis;] The Author. 1885

Wright bibliography number 1542.



Reel: D-22
Dillingham, Lucy.

The missing chord.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. 1894

Wright bibliography number 1543.



Reel: D-22
Dillon, Mary C. Johnson.

In old Bellaire.

New York, Century. 1906

Wright bibliography number 444; With ill. by C.M. Relyea.



Reel: 48
Dillon, Mary C. Johnson.

The patience of John Morland.

New York, A.L. Burt. c1909

Wright bibliography number 445; With illustrations by C.M. Relyea.



Reel: 48
Dillon, Mary C. Johnson.

The rose of old St. Louis.

New York, The Century co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 639; With illustrations by Andre Castaigne and C.M. Reyes.



Reel: 65
Diltz, Hanson Penn.

The Duchesse Undine; or, Slain by a woman's lie.

Philadelphia, T.B.. Peterson & Bros. [c1883]

Wright bibliography number 1544.



Reel: D-23
Dimitry, Charles Patton.

The house in Balfour-Street.

New York, G.S. Wilcox. 1868

Wright bibliography number 752.



Reel: D-11
Dimmick, Francis Marion.

Anna Clayton; or, The inquirer after truth.

Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication. [c1859]

Wright bibliography number 753.



Reel: D-11
Disosway, Ella Taylor.

The grey guest chamber.

West New Brighton, S.I. [N.Y.] Advance Steam Print. House. [c1888]

Wright bibliography number 1545.



Reel: D-23
Disosway, Ella Taylor.

South Meadows.

Philadelphia, Porter and Coates. [c1874]

Wright bibliography number 754.



Reel: D-11
Ditson, George Leighton.

Crimora: or, Love's cross.

Boston, The Author. 1852

Wright bibliography number 755.



Reel: D-12
Ditson, George Leighton.

The Federati of Italy.

Boston, W. White. 1871

Wright bibliography number 756.



Reel: D-12
Ditson, Lina Bartlett.

The soul and the hammer.

New York, G.A.S. Wieners. 1900

Wright bibliography number 1546.



Reel: D-23
Dittenhoefer, Mortimer A.

A Dowie elder.

Mansfield, O., The News Printery. 1900

Wright bibliography number 1547.



Reel: D-23
Divoll, Willard.

The fatal stroke; or, The philosophy of Intemperance.

New York, Baker & Godwin. 1869

Wright bibliography number 757.



Reel: D-12
Dix, Beulah Marie.

The beau's comedy.

New York; London, Harper & bros. 1902

Wright bibliography number 640; By Beulah Marie Dix & Carrie A. Harper.



Reel: 65
Dix, Beulah Marie.

The fair maid of Graystones.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 641.



Reel: 65
Dix, Beulah Marie.

The life, treason, and death of James Blount of Breckenhow.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 642; Comp. From the Rowlastone papers and ed. By Beulah Marie Dix.



Reel: 66
Dix, Beulah Marie.

A little captive lad.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1902

Wright bibliography number 643; With illustrations by Will Grefe.



Reel: 66
Dix, Beulah Marie.

The making of Christopher Ferringham.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1902

Wright bibliography number 644.



Reel: 66
Dix, Beulah Marie.

Soldier Rigdale. How he sailed in the "Mayflower." And how he served Miles Standish.

New York, The Macmillan co.; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1905

Wright bibliography number 645; With illustrations by Reginald B. Birch.



Reel: 66
Dix, Burton W.

The satin tie.

Carbondale, Pa. 1889

Wright bibliography number 1548.



Reel: D-23
Dix, Edwin Asa.

Deacon Bradbury.

New York, Century Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 1549.



Reel: D-23
Dix, Edwin Asa.

Old Bowen's legacy. A novel.

New York, The Century co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 646.



Reel: 66
Dix, Edwin Asa.

Prophet's landing. A novel.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1907

Wright bibliography number 446.



Reel: 48
Dix, Gertrude.

The girl from the farm.

Boston, Roberts Bros.; London, J. Lane. 1895

Wright bibliography number 1550.



Reel: D-23
Dix, Gertrude.

The image breakers.

New York, F.A. Stokes Co. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 1551.



Reel: D-24
Dix, William Frederick.

The face in the girandole. A romance of old furniture.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1906

Wright bibliography number 447.



Reel: 48
Dix, William Frederick.

The lost princess.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1907

Wright bibliography number 448.



Reel: 48
[Dix, William Giles].

An imaginary conversation between William Shakespeare and his friend Henry Wriothesly, Earl of Southampton. Also, an imaginary conversation between the same Mr. Shakespeare, and Mr. Richard Quyner.

Boston, Jordan and Co. 1844

Wright bibliography number 852A.



Reel: Sup 4
Dixon, Edward H.

Scenes in the practice of a New York surgeon.

New York, DeWitt & Davenport. [c1855]

Wright bibliography number 758.



Reel: D-12
Dixon, J[ames] Qallan.

Genevieve de Brabant. An original novel of fact and fiction. A romance of love, travel, self-sacrifice, adventure and war in France, England, Italy, Malta and South Africa.

[Chicago]. [c1904]

Wright bibliography number 647.



Reel: 66
[Dixon, Samuel Houghton].

Robert Warren, the Texan refugee.

Philadelphia, J.E. Potter. [c1879]

Wright bibliography number 1552.



Reel: D-24
Dixon, Thomas.

The clansman. An historical romance of the Ku Klux Klan.

New York, Doubleday, Page. 1905

Wright bibliography number 449;By Thomas Dixon, jr.; illustrated by Arthur I. Keller.



Reel: 48
Dixon, Thomas.

… The leopard's spots. A romance of the white man's burden--1865-1900.

New York, Doubleday, Page & Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 649; By Thomas Dixon, jr.; illustrated by C.D. Williams.


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