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American Literary Annuals and Gift Books, 1825-1865

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Affection's Gift, or a Holiday Present.

New York, N.Y: J.C. Riker -- Franklin Hall. 1832

(AAS, NYPL) For children. Largely a rearrangement of material in "The Pearl" 1831. Another rearrangement is "The Hawthorne, a Christmas and New Year's present, 1845" (AAS, CU, LC). Copyright: 1831; Contents: The Rustic Wreath/Mrs. Hughs/13; The Mother/Joseph R. Chandler/23; The Storm/Mrs. Hughs/34; The Souvenir/E.L./Author of "Young Americans"/53; Reville/E.W___m/68; The Mother's Joy/Mrs. Child/69; The Christmas Visit/Mrs. M. Hughs/70; The Little Runaway/J.W.S./91; The Pilot's Children/Anonymous/93; The Percevals/C.M.B./ Author of "Lights of Education"/110; The Pet Lamb/Mrs. Hughs/122; The Banditti/Anonymous/149; Le Loup et L'Agneau/Author of "Lights of Education"/157; The Stepmother/Author of "Lights of Education"/168; Child Left on the Sea Shore/Mr. L.H. Sigourney/185; Frederick Ormsby/Eliza Leslie/187; The Clean Face/Eliza Leslie/207; The Mysterious Picture/Eliza Leslie/208; The Eagle of the West/Anonymous/222; The Father's Pride/Mrs. Child/231; The Quilting/Eliza Leslie/232; The Log Bridge/E.L./ Author of "Young Americans"/254; The Little Girl and Her Kitten/Anonymous/265; The Launch of the Frigate/E.L./Author of "Young Americans"/266; Mary Lee/C.G./280; The Little Foreigners/J.R.C./283; Illustrations: The Storm/J.B. Neagle/front; The Mother's Joy/Ellis/tp; The Rustic Wreath/W.F. Witherington/J.B. Neagle/13; The Little Runaway/J.W. Steel/J.W. Steel/91; The Pet Lamb/W. Collins/F. Kearney/122; Le Loup et L'Agneau/W. Mulready/J.B. Neagle/157; Child Left on the Sea Shore/T. Sully/J.W. Steel/185; The Clean Face/J.B. Neagle/207; The Father's Pride/H.W. Pickersgill/F. Kearney/231; The Little Girl and Her Kitten/W. Avary/F. Kearney/265.

Reel: Reel 1, No. 1
Affection's Gift, a Christmas, New Year, and Birthday Present for 1854.

Philadelphia, Pa: E.H. Butler, & Co. 1854

(AAS, CU, LC) 1854 also without imprint date [c1853] (AAS, CU); First volume consists largely or entirely of reprints from British authors. Second is much the same, but includes articles signed by J.Q. Adams, T.S. Arthur, the Rev. Henry Haverstick, J.R. Lowell, and W.L. Stone. Lowell's piece, "Truth," had appeared as "Sub Pondere cresit" in Arcturus for May 1842. Copyright: 1853; Printer: C. Sherman; Contents: Lady Honoria/R. Bernall, Esq., M.P./13; Where Is Miss Myrtle/Anonymous/29; Flodden Field/D.M. Moir, Esq./32; Too Handsome for Anything/E.L. Bulwer/Author of "Pelham"/35; How Shall I Woo Her?/Author of "Lillian"/44; Hoar-frost/William Howitt/46; The Portrait/Anonymous/49; A Wood-Scene/Anonymous/52; Manuscript Found in a Madhouse/E.L. Bulwer/Author of "Pelham"/53; On Burning Letters/Alaric A. Watts/65; The Grotto of Akteleg/Author of "The Mummy"/68; Youth/Miss Atwell/85; The Rock of the Cradle/Author of "Holland-tide"/86; Italian Girl's Hymn to the Virgin/Mrs. Hemans/126; Emily Lawrenson/Hon. Charles Phipps/131; Inedited Sonnet of Dante/Thomas Roscoe, Esq./174; Viola/Anonymous/177; The Queen of May/Author of "Lettre de Cachet"/179; The Ship at Sea/John Malcolm, Esq./208; King Pedro's Revenge/Alaric A. Watts/211; I Think of Thee/T.K. Hervey, Esq./218; Helen Agrave/Samuel S. Fisher/223; The General and His Lady/Miss Mitford/235; Ysbytty Church; Near Pont-y-Mynach/Anonymous/250; Household Treasures/Anonymous/253; The Brief Career/Author of "Recollections of the Peninsula"/256; Hofer/Anonymous/277; The Forest of Sant' Eufemia/Author of "Constantinople on 1828"/279; Sonnet to the Swallow Tribe/Author of "Solitary Walks Through Many Lands"/319; A Chapter on Portraits/Barry Cornwall/320; Illustrations: Lady Honoria/Court/front; Vignette/Creswick/tp; The Portrait/Leslie/49; Farewell/Corbould/65; Youth/Bonner/85; Emily Lawrenson/Leutze/131; Viola/Guet/177; Helen Argrave/R.A. Chalon/223.

Reel: Reel 1, No. 2
Affection's Gift, a Christmas, New Year and Birthday Present for 1855.

Philadelphia, Pa: E.H. Butler, & Co. 1855

(AAS, BPL, LC, NYPL) 1854 also without imprint date [c1853] (AAS, CU); First volume consists largely or entirely of reprints from British authors. Second is much the same, but includes articles signed by J.Q. Adams, T.S. Arthur, the Rev. Henry Haverstick, J.R. Lowell, and W.L. Stone. Lowell's piece, "Truth," had appeared as "Sub Pondere cresit" in Arcturus for May 1842. Copyright: 1854; Printer: C. Sherman; Contents: The Bride of Heaven/Anonymous/13; The White Lynx of the Long Knives/William L. Stone/18; Sonnet/Alicia Lefanu/52; The Moment of Trial/T.S. Arthur/53; Infancy/Author of "Woman's Love"/66; Moonshine/Captain Marryat/Author of "Peter Simple"/68; Marius Amidst the Ruins of Carthage/Author of "Island Bride/96; The Fairy Fountain/Eliza L. Sproat/103; The Vision of Sadak/Author of "Puritan's Grave" & "Usurer's Daughter"/111; Day Dreams/H.S.B., from "Diary of a Dreamer"/123; The Dead Gull/Isaac Moise/144; Faith/Rev. Henry Haverstick/147; Legend of the Drachenfels/Winthrop M. Praed/151; The Condemned/Rev. Hobart Caunter/Rev. Robert Caunter/161; To the Sun-Dial/John Quincy Adams/176; Hope/Rev. Henry Haverstick/179; The Lake of Canandagus/Mrs. Trollope/182; Lines/Charles Verral/209; Charity/Rev. Henry Haverstick/213; Ophelia: A Dirge/Charles Whitehead/218; Beethoven/George Caunter/220; Stanzas/R.H./241; The West Indian/Anonymous/243; Sonnet/James Russell Lowell/256; The Bereaved/The Poor Teacher/259; The Bride/Mrs. Abdy/282; The Lost Election/Mrs. Norton/284; The Brigand/Author of "Island Bride"/303; Night/Mrs. Norton/311; Old Women/Thomas Haynes Baily, Esq./313; Illustrations: The Bride of Heaven/Rubio/Sartain/front; Vignette/Salmon/Sartain/tp; The Moment of Trial/Fraser/Sartain/53; The Fairy Fountain/Poole/Sartain/103; Faith/Dubufe/Sartain/147; Hope/Dubufe/Sartain/179; Charity/Dubufe/Sartain/213; The Bereaved/Parris/Sartain/259.

Reel: Reel 1, No. 3
El Aguinaldo Para el Ano de 1829.

Filadelfia, Carey, Lea, & Carey. [n.d.]

(AAS) Apparently the only foreign-language annual issued by an American publisher. C&L MSS. show that first issue was of 1500 copies, second of 2500. Unnamed editor received $400 a year. All articles are unsigned. Some are translations from "The Atlantic Souvenir"; others may have been original. Engravings are from "Atlantic Souvenir" plates, with Spanish titles added. Contents: El Aguinaldo/1; La Lectura Fastidiosa/5; Alcandro y Septimio/7; Soneto a Melendez/13; Los Quince Anos/14; Canova/18; El Caracol/28; Anacreontica/29; Yschia y Procida/31; La Luciernaga/35; Dialogo entre Hernan-Cortes y Washington/36; Soneto/41; El Lobo y los Cuervos/42; Rasgo Heroyco Durante la Revolucian de Francia/43; Idilio: Madama Dehoulieres a Sus Hijos/54; La Esperanza/57; Epitafio a Dafne/59; Soneto/60; La Dama y su Mirlo/61; La Lechuza/64; Virginia/65; Los Asnos Letrados/74; Epigrama/77; Historia de Chorluly Ali Bacha/78; El Honor/84; La Letra de Cambio/86; A Emilia Ausente/90; La Consulta/91; A un Justo/94; Himno al Amor/95; El Intrigante/96; Zelos/116; Epigrama/117; Napoleon/118; Soneto/124; A la Claridad de la Luna/125; El Camaleon/129; Historia del Padre Ignacio/130; El Amigo Fiel/157; A una Poeta/159; El Hombre y la Mosca/160; Anacreontica/161; La Meca, o el Peregrinage de los Mahometanos/162; La Garza/170; Mi Viage a Ermenonville/171; A una Rosa/181; El Sepulcro/183; Epigrama/185; La Venganza Honrada/186; El Gilguero/195; El Petimetre/196; Atenas/197; Moratin/208; Lamentos al Schuylkill/225; El Destierro/226; El Otono/229; El Corderillo/232; Rubens/233; Traduccion de Horacio/241; A Candida. Cancion/243; Al Amor/245; A la Muerte. Soneto/247; La Partida/248; El Asno del Librero/255; Henrique IV/257; El Naufragio/267; El Pastor Desdenado/268; Las Bodas/271; Los Dias a Pancha/284; Los Dos Ingleses/287; Illustrations: La Lectura Fastidiosa/Durand/1; Yschia y Procida/Batty/Kearny/31; La Dama y su Mirlo/Newton/Longacre/61; El Poder del Amor/Durand/95; La Claridad de la Luna/Ellis/125; El Amigo fiel/Boaden/Ellis/157; Atenas/Lang/196; Chapeau de Paille/Humphreys/233; No Responde V.?/Farrier/Kearny/271.

Reel: Reel 1, No. 4
El Aguinaldo Para 1830.

Filadelfia, Carey, Lea y Carey. 1829

(HCL) Apparently the only foreign-language annual issued by an American publisher. C&L MSS. show that first issue was of 1500 copies, second of 2500. Unnamed editor received $400 a year. All articles are unsigned. Some are translations from "The Atlantic Souvenir"; others may have been original. Engravings are from "Atlantic Souvenir" plates, with Spanish titles added. Printer: Adan Waldie; Contents: El Aguinaldo/13; El Amor Fraternal/16; Los Dos Hermanos/Author of Subaltern/18; A mi Guitarra/41; Apologo/44; Al Tiempo/46; Maria Ruthven/49; A la Muerte de D. Leondro Fernandez de Moratin; Soneto/55; Quijas del Poeta/56; La Venganza de Diana/58; Ernesto y Julia/61; La Queja a Pancha/74; Los Zarcillos/75; Los Elementos/78; Mas Hiere Amor cuando duerme/81; Aventura en los Alpes/85; Al Alfarez de Fragata de la Real Armada Soneto/D. Blas de Posada y Herrera/106; La Muerte y el Amor/107; Cancion/110; A la Fortuna: Elegia/112; Romance/113; Mi Deseo/115; En alabanza de D. Francisco de Quevedo Villegas/116; El Contrabandista Protegido/117; El Bagel Encallado/120; Armenios Catolicos en Constantinopla/Rev. Robert Walsh/121; A unos Cabellos/153; El Cautiverio Envidable/155; El Desengano/157; Rosamunda/159; El Deseo de un Amigo/169; A Cupido/171; El Testamento/172; Las Cuatro Estaciones/177; La Tempestad/180; El Estio/181; Al Amor/184; Acrostico/186; Blanca Capelo/187; El Naufragio/193; Una Partida fuera de Espana/C. de C./194; Delirios de un Amante sobre el cadaver de su querida; Soneto/197; El Ramillete/198; Redondillas/201; El Juez ingenioso/202; La Constancia/205; A una Rosa/206; A Carlota/L.E./207; a una Bella/208; El Perdon/211; Al Invierno/221; Definicion de Amor/222; El Sueno/A./225; La Felicidad de la Vida/226; El Guante Traidor/229; Las Islas del Pacifico/233; A las Bellas/250; A un Avariento/251; A la Noche/255; Un Fragmento de Safo/256; Las Visiones/257; A un Poeta rico/B./260; A un Clavel encarnado/261; Estancias/263; A las Ruinas de Sagunto/264; Al Patriotismo de Leonidas/265; A Lidia/266; La Resolucion/267; La Despedida; a Concha/268; El Riesgo de Amar/269; La Beneficencia/271; A un Misantropo/272; La Satisfaccion Maternal/273; El Duende por acaso/277; La Crueldad/298; El Recuerdo a Emilia/299; El Siglo de Oro/300; El Canastillo/301; A una Rosa amarilla/302; En una Ausencia/304; Pureza de Amor/305; La Irresolucion/306; Illustrations: El Amor Fraternal/Inman/Durand/16; Titulo/Durand/Durand/1; Maria Ruthven/Longacre/49; Mas Hiere Amor Cuando Duerme/Ender/Ellis/81; El Contrabandista Protegido/Eastlake/Ellis/117; El Cautiverio Envidable/H. Corbould/Ellis/155; El Naufragio/Sheffer/Kearny/193; El Guante Traidor/Ender/Ellis/229; La Satisfaction Maternal/Gainsborough/Kelly/273.

Reel: Reel 1, No. 5
Buckingham, J.H., (ed.).

The Amaranth, a Literary and Religious Offering Designed as a Christmas and New Year's Present.

Newburyport, Mass: Charles Whipple. [c1831]

(AAS, CU, LC) Contains work by American writers only, according to preface. Copyright: 1831; Printer: J.H. Buckingham; Contents: Hampton Beach/George Lunt/7; The Empaled Butterfly/Miss Hannah F. Gould/10; A Story of Delhi/Thomas J. Clark, Jr./12; To the Evening Star/Damian De Lacy/18; The Offering/Anonymous/19; Whitefield/Rev. Leonard Withington/22; Sabbath Morning/Park Benjamin/46; On Seeing the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Girl Sitting for Her Portrait/Mrs. L.H. Sigourney/47; Le Decrotteur/Anonymous/49; The Cloud Ship/Alonzo Lewis/56; Jehiel Wigglesworth/Mrs. L.H. Sigourney/69; Spring Flowers/Guy Linden/90; A Thought on Parting/Park Benjamin/91; Alfred Raybourg -- A Tale/Thomas M. Clark, Jr./93; Dancing Days/Samuel P. Holland/110; Advice to An Infidel/Rev. Leonard Withington/111; Burning Letters/Miss Hannah F. Gould/130; The Treasure Hunter/Henry S. Phillips/132; On the Celebration of Washington's Birthday at Rome, by Americans Feb. 22nd, 1829/Mrs. L.H. Sigourney/137; A Song/Guy Linden/139; A Jewish Tradition/George Lunt/140; Evening Upon the Sea/Park Benjamin/148; Seeing the World/Anonymous/150; The Prophecy -- A Legend of the West/Anonymous/157; A Visit to Ben Lomond/Anonymous/168.



Reel: Reel 1, No. 6
The Amaranth, a Gift for All Seasons.

Philadelphia, Pa: American Sunday-School Union. 1842

(AAS, CU, PML) Revised by the Committee of publication of the American Sunday-school union. Reissued in smaller format without imprint date [c1841] (AAS, BPL, NYPL, PML). For children. Preface states that reading matter is original. Signatures initialed: C., E.L., H.R., and J.M., Sheffield, England (James Montgomery?). Copyright: 1841; Printer: I. Ashmead, & Co.; Stereotyper: L. Johnson; Contents: The Disciple of St. Helena/H.R./9; The Christian Graces/J.M./23; It Is Only a Bubble/30; Look Beyond/C./39; The Indian Sacrifice/41; The Drunken Mother's Child/55; The Pump/57; The Transfiguration/71; The Grandmother/74; Christian Union/J.M./85; The Water of Life/87; The Birth of Christ/113; The Little Artist/115; The Missionary's Grave/C./130; Catharine White; or, The Tract Distributor's Fidelity Rewarded/132; The Faded Flowers/150; The Cottage Door/152; The Promised Walk/157; The Amaranth/159; Shells/E.L./169; Anica; Not a Dream/170; Lines Addressed to ***** and His Wife, on Their Intended Departure from England, to Return to Their Missionary Station in the South Seas/J. Montgomery/185; The Ass; or, Dapple and Her Friends/186; To James Montgomery, Esq./Author of "Morn"/198; Gnadenhutten/199; The Cottage/215; The Willing Victim/225; Illustrations: View of St. Helena/front; Emblem of Immortality/tp; The Bubbles/30; The Village Pump/57; The Grandmother/74; The Little Artist/115; Breakfast at the Door/152; The Ass and Her Young Friends/186; The Cottager's Family/215.

Reel: Reel 1, No. 7
The Amaranth, or Token of Remembrance, a Christmas and New Year's Gift for 1847.

Boston, Massachusetts: Phillips & Sampson. 1847



(BPL, LC, NYPL) Volumes of series reissued as follows: 1847: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1848," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, David P. King (AAS), 1848; same title: Boston, John Philbrick, 1848 (NYPL); Boston, Z. & B.F. Pratt, 1848 (AAS, CU)."The Gift of affection, a Christmas and New Year's present," New York, George A. Leavitt, 1899 (NYHS); same title: New York, George A. Leavitt [n.d.] (BA); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (HCL). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1849," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Worcester, Tucker & Ruggles, 1849 (CU, LC). "The Ladies' gift, or souvenir of friendship," Boston, David P. King, 1850 (CU, LC); also with imprint date 1851 (AAS, BPL). "The Lady's gift, or souvenir of friendship," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (BU); same imprint, title reading "The Ladies' gift" [etc.] (AAS, CU). (First article in these reissues varies: "The Amaranth," "The Capucin," "The Garland," or "Friendship."). 1848: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1849," ed. by Emily Percival, Providence, Charles Burnett Jr., 1849 (AAS, CU); same title: Boston, David P. King, 1849 (AAS, LC). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1850," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Halifax, E.G. Fuller, 1850 (NYPL); same title: Worcester, E.N. Tucker, 1850 (AAS, BPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Friendship," "The Garland," or "Immortality."). 1849: Same title as main entry: Worcester, E. Livermore, 1849 (AAS, NYPL). "The Casket, a gift book for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1853] (FAX); same title: Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1854] (BPL); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (NYHS); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (NYPL). "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1850," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson and co., 1850 (CU). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1851," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Worcester, E.N. Tucker, 1851 (AAS). "The Magnolia, or gift book of friendship," ed. by Clara Arnold, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1851] (NYPL). "Memory's gift," New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869; same title: New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (AAS). "The Token of friendship, an offering for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1852] (NYPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Friendship," "Love of Nature," "Medora," "The New Year," "The Quiet Eye," or "Song."). 1850: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1851," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1851 (NYHS). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1852," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1852 (LC). "The Ladies' wreath, a souvenir for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1855 (BPL); same title: New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (FAX); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (AAS, NYPL). "The Magnolia, or gift book of friendship," ed. by Clara Arnold, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1852, pref. dated August 1852] (BPL); also without c. date (LC). "The Token of friendship, an offering for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated 1853] (HCL, LC). (First article in these reissues varies: "To Kate," "The Village Home," "Woman and Fame," or "Zelica."). 1851: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1852," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1852 (LC). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1853," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1853 (AAS, LC). "The Magnolia, or gift book of friendship," ed. by Clara Arnold, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1853] (CU). "The Token of friendship, an offering for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1854] (LC); same title: New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (LC); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (BPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Forest Maid," "Humility," or "Who Are the Happy."). 1852: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1853," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1853 (AAS, LC). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1854," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1854 (BPL). "The Magnolia, or gift book of friendship, ed. by Clara Arnold, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854, pref. dated August 1854] (NYPL); same title: Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854] (NYPL); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1855 (CU); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869 (LC); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt [n.d.] (NYPL); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (AAS, NYPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Friendship" or "The Heather Bell."). 1853: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1854," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1854 (AAS, CU). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1855," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1855 (CU); also without date in title: New York, Leavitt & Allen [c1854] (AAS, CU); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854] (AAS); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869; New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (NYPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Desdemona" or "The Use of Flowers."). 1854: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1855," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1855 (AAS, CU); without phrase "a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1855" in title: Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854] (CU); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 13 Winter street [c1854] (NYHS); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869 (PML); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (AAS, LC). (First article in these reissues: "Daughter of the Bardi."). 1855: Same title as main entry, but lacking date in title: Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854] (AAS, NYHS); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869 (FAX); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (FAX); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (NYPL). (First article in these editions: "To Juliet."). Note that in certain reissues name of editor was changed--a practice adopted, no doubt, to disguise the fact of reissue. Letterpress seems to have been assembled from various printed sources; while no complete check has been attempted, a cursory survey reveals these borrowings: first volume contains two articles from "The Gem," London, 1829; three from "The Keepsake," London, 1846; one from the "Forget Me Not," London, 1827; one from "The Keepsake," London 1831; one from "Winter's Wreath," London, 1831. "The Amaranth" 1848 contains six titles from "The Keepsake," London, 1837; seven from that dated 1847. Sometimes signatures of borrowed articles were changed: "The Rebel of the Cevennes," for example, appeared in "The Amaranth" 1850 as by "S.G.G.," while in "The Token" 1839, where it was earlier printed, it was signed "By the Author of Miriam"--i.e., Mrs. Louisa J.P. Hall. Finally, as Faxon points out, "The Amaranth" 1851 is a complete and unacknowledged reprint of a collection of the miscellanies of John Milton Sterns--"The Wreath of Wild Flowers," New York, 1846. Copyright: 1846; Stereotyper: George A. Curtis; Contents: The Amaranth/Milton/11; The Capucin/Mrs. Romer/12; Grace Brown/Mrs. D. Clarke/25; A Slight Comparison/R. Bernal/35; Life's Last Flower/Miss Savage/36; The Village Amanuensis/M.R. Mitford/37; The Pawnee's Ransom/C. Georgina Munro/Author of "Voyage of Life"/52; To a Very Young Housewife/Bernard Barton/81; The Country Tavern/James T. Fields/83; White Thorne Farm/Miss Agnes Strickland/85; The Postman's Knock/Miss Power/111; The Welcome Back/Eliza Cook/137; The Dream/Alexander Balfour, Esq./138; Forgive and Forget/Martin F. Tupper, Esq./Author of "Creek of Gold"/139; Rich and Poor/Anonymous/141; Anticipation/Mrs. Embury/171; Labor/John Patch, Esq./Author of "Poet's Offering"/172; The Brighton Coach/Theodore Hook/174; The Stolen Piece of Linen/S.A./203; Serenade/C.P. Houseman/222; The Change/Anonymous/223; The Station, An Irish Sketch/Thomas Keightley, Esq./224; The Guitar/John Patch, Esq./Author of "Poet's Offering"/242; The Rustic Toilet/M.R. Mitford/244; The Farewell/L.E. Landon/267; The Widow's Daughter/Eliza Walker/270; The Silent Toast/Alaric A. Watts/286; The Dead Watch/Elizabeth Youatt/287; Georgiana/Mrs. C.W. Hunt/310; The Widow of Antwerp/Anonymous/316; A Winter Thought/Mrs. Abdy/323; Illustrations: Olympia/Wright/Pelton/front; Vignette/Parris/Pelton/tp; The Village Amanuensis/Wood/Pelton/37; Country Public House/Nasmyth/Pelton/83; Rural Pleasures/Corbould/Pelton/150; The Poor Man's Friend/Allen/Pelton/169; The Rustic Toilet/Stephanoff/Pelton/244.

Reel: Reel 2, No. 8
The Amaranth, or Token of Remembrance, a Christmas and New Year's Gift for 1848.

Boston, Massachusetts: N.C. Barton. 1848



(AAS, BPL, LC, NYPL) Volumes of series reissued as follows: 1847: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1848," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, David P. King (AAS), 1848; same title: Boston, John Philbrick, 1848 (NYPL); Boston, Z. & B.F. Pratt, 1848 (AAS, CU)."The Gift of affection, a Christmas and New Year's present," New York, George A. Leavitt, 1899 (NYHS); same title: New York, George A. Leavitt [n.d.] (BA); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (HCL). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1849," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Worcester, Tucker & Ruggles, 1849 (CU, LC). "The Ladies' gift, or souvenir of friendship," Boston, David P. King, 1850 (CU, LC); also with imprint date 1851 (AAS, BPL). "The Lady's gift, or souvenir of friendship," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (BU); same imprint, title reading "The Ladies' gift" [etc.] (AAS, CU). (First article in these reissues varies: "The Amaranth," "The Capucin," "The Garland," or "Friendship."). 1848: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1849," ed. by Emily Percival, Providence, Charles Burnett Jr., 1849 (AAS, CU); same title: Boston, David P. King, 1849 (AAS, LC). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1850," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Halifax, E.G. Fuller, 1850 (NYPL); same title: Worcester, E.N. Tucker, 1850 (AAS, BPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Friendship," "The Garland," or "Immortality."). 1849: Same title as main entry: Worcester, E. Livermore, 1849 (AAS, NYPL). "The Casket, a gift book for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1853] (FAX); same title: Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1854] (BPL); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (NYHS); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (NYPL). "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1850," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson and co., 1850 (CU). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1851," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Worcester, E.N. Tucker, 1851 (AAS). "The Magnolia, or gift book of friendship," ed. by Clara Arnold, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1851] (NYPL). "Memory's gift," New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869; same title: New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (AAS). "The Token of friendship, an offering for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1852] (NYPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Friendship," "Love of Nature," "Medora," "The New Year," "The Quiet Eye," or "Song."). 1850: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1851," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1851 (NYHS). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1852," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1852 (LC). "The Ladies' wreath, a souvenir for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1855 (BPL); same title: New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (FAX); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (AAS, NYPL). "The Magnolia, or gift book of friendship," ed. by Clara Arnold, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1852, pref. dated August 1852] (BPL); also without c. date (LC). "The Token of friendship, an offering for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated 1853] (HCL, LC). (First article in these reissues varies: "To Kate," "The Village Home," "Woman and Fame," or "Zelica."). 1851: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1852," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1852 (LC). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1853," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1853 (AAS, LC). "The Magnolia, or gift book of friendship," ed. by Clara Arnold, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1853] (CU). "The Token of friendship, an offering for all seasons," Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d., pref. dated August 1854] (LC); same title: New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (LC); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (BPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Forest Maid," "Humility," or "Who Are the Happy."). 1852: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1853," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1853 (AAS, LC). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1854," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1854 (BPL). "The Magnolia, or gift book of friendship, ed. by Clara Arnold, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854, pref. dated August 1854] (NYPL); same title: Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854] (NYPL); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1855 (CU); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869 (LC); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt [n.d.] (NYPL); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (AAS, NYPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Friendship" or "The Heather Bell."). 1853: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1854," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1854 (AAS, CU). "The Keepsake of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's annual for 1855," ed. by G.S. Munroe, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1855 (CU); also without date in title: New York, Leavitt & Allen [c1854] (AAS, CU); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854] (AAS); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869; New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (NYPL). (First article in these reissues varies: "Desdemona" or "The Use of Flowers."). 1854: "The Garland, or token of friendship, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1855," ed. by Emily Percival, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 1855 (AAS, CU); without phrase "a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1855" in title: Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854] (CU); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co., 13 Winter street [c1854] (NYHS); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869 (PML); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (AAS, LC). (First article in these reissues: "Daughter of the Bardi."). 1855: Same title as main entry, but lacking date in title: Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [c1854] (AAS, NYHS); New York, Geo. A. Leavitt, 1869 (FAX); Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. [n.d.] (FAX); New York, Leavitt & Allen [n.d.] (NYPL). (First article in these editions: "To Juliet."). Note that in certain reissues name of editor was changed--a practice adopted, no doubt, to disguise the fact of reissue. Letterpress seems to have been assembled from various printed sources; while no complete check has been attempted, a cursory survey reveals these borrowings: first volume contains two articles from "The Gem," London, 1829; three from "The Keepsake," London, 1846; one from the "Forget Me Not," London, 1827; one from "The Keepsake," London 1831; one from "Winter's Wreath," London, 1831. "The Amaranth" 1848 contains six titles from "The Keepsake," London, 1837; seven from that dated 1847. Sometimes signatures of borrowed articles were changed: "The Rebel of the Cevennes," for example, appeared in "The Amaranth" 1850 as by "S.G.G.," while in "The Token" 1839, where it was earlier printed, it was signed "By the Author of Miriam"--i.e., Mrs. Louisa J.P. Hall. Finally, as Faxon points out, "The Amaranth" 1851 is a complete and unacknowledged reprint of a collection of the miscellanies of John Milton Sterns--"The Wreath of Wild Flowers," New York, 1846. Copyright: 1847; Contents: Immortality/Miss Lacrom/9; Juliet's Tomb in Verona/W.H. Harrison/10; The Lone Sea Beach/Mrs. Abdy/16; The Heiress/J.C.D./17; Meetings and Partings/Miss C. Fanny Ross/47; Despair/Charles Swain, Esq./49; Milicent/Mrs. Charles Gore/50; The Proposal/L.E. Landon/84; The Painter's Reveling/Camilla Toulin/86; Sonnet/William Henry Brookfield/100; The Bridal Gift/Mrs. Fairlie/101; The Two Sisters/Mary Russell Mitford/112; The Hours/Thomas Atkinson/124; Sunset/A.S./125; A Simple Tale of Love/Amalie Winter/130; Stanzas/Florence Wilson/183; Embroidery Frame/Mrs. Abdy/185; Minna Mordaunt/Mrs. S.C. Hall/189; A Love Song/Barry Cornwall/199; The Jilt/Miss Louisa H. Sheridan/200; Lines on a Portrait/M.T.H./216; The Twin-Sisters/Henry Austin Driver, Esq./218; The Officer's Funeral/Alice Anne Lawson/219; The Snow Ship/Charles Swain, Esq./234; Old Friends/Miss C. Fanny Ross/236; Self-Indulgence/Miss Power/237; The Bride/Mrs. Abdy/251; The Grecian Wife/Miss Louisa Henrietta Sheridan/253; The Departed Friend/C.E.N./261; The Parvenue/Mrs. Shelley/262; When the Sad Word/The Silentiary/279; Havre/Leitch Ritchie/280; Oh, It Was in the Moonlight/Charles Swain, Esq./285; Lines on a Flower/Anonymous/287; Illustrations: Juliet/J. Bostock/Glover/front; Vignette/A.P. Vickers/Pelton/tp; Milicent/G.S. Newton/Pelton/50; Sunset/W.H. Bartlett/Pelton/125; Minna/E.T. Parris/Glover/189; Greek Wife/E.T. Parris/Pelton/253.

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