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American Poetry, 1609-1870

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An Account of the pirates, with divers of their speeches, letters, &c. and a poem made by one of them: who were executed at Newport, on Rhode-Island, July 19th, 1723.

[n.p.] Reprinted. 1769

[16] p.; 16.5 cm.

Reel: 1, No. 3
An Account of the remarkable conversion of a little girl; also, A song for my brother sailor.

Palmer [Mass.] Printed by E. Terry. 1814

12 p.

Reel: 1, No. 4
Adams, John, 1704-1740.

Poems on several occasions, original and translated.

Boston, Printed for D. Gookin, in Marlborough - Street, over against the Old South Meeting House. 1745

[9], 2-176 p.; 16 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 5
Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.

Government meeting.

[n.p.]. [n.d.]

1 p.l., 5 p.; Ms. copy of a paper given to the R.I. Historical Society, by Mrs. Albert L. Calder, June 1898. The original is marked: "From Mr. C. F. Jackson to his brother James-1793. A juvenile production by John Q. Adams.".



Reel: 1, No. 6
Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.

Cato; a tragedy.

Boston, Printed by P. Edes, for Thomas & Andrews. 1793

56, [2] p.; "Epilogue" written by Dr. Garth, and "A New Epilogue" [written by an American author]: [2] p. at end.



Reel: 1, No. 8
Address of Robin the Carrier of the Daily Advertiser, to his kind customers.

[Bristol] Daily Advertiser. [1797]

Broadside.

Reel: 1, No. 9
An Address to a Deist.

New London, Printed by James Springer, for the author. 1796

A poem ...; 12 p.; Attributed to Joseph Vaill.

Reel: 1, No. 10
Addressed by the boy who carries the American Mercury, to the subscribers.

Hartford, American Mercury. January 1, 1793

Broadside.

Reel: 1, No. 14
[Agg, John] fl. 1816.

The ocean harp; a poem in two cantos with some smaller pieces.

Philadelphia, Published by M. Thomas, J. Maxwell, printer. 1819

And a monody on the death of John Syng Dorsey, M.D. by the author of Lord Byron's "Farewell to England," "Pilgrimage to the Holy Land," and other pieces.; 182 p.; 15 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 18
Hayley, William.

Ode inscribed to John Howard.

Boston, Printed by Manning and Loring, for J. White, S. Hall, Thomas & Andrews, D. West, W. Spotswood, E. Larkin, J. West, and the Proprietor of the Boston Bookstore. 1795

(In Aikin, John. A view of the life, travels, and philanthropic labours of the late John Howard ... Boston, 1794. p. [163]-178).



Reel: 1, No. 20
[Aikin, John] 1747-1822.

Evenings at home; or, The juvenile budget opened, consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, for the instruction and amusement of young persons.

Philadelphia, A. Bartram. 1802

[By J. Aikin, M.D. and Mrs. Barbauld] 2d ed.; 3 v.; in 1.; 18 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 21
Alden, Timothy, 1736-1828.

Lines by Rev. Timothy Alden of Yarmouth, Massachusetts, written at the age of seventy three.

[n.p.]. [1811?]

Sundry pieces, written in 1811,; directed to his son at Newark.; 5 l.; 21 cm.; Caption titles.



Reel: 1, No. 23
[Alden, Timothy] 1736-1828.

Upon the death of that aged, pious, sincere Christian, John Alden, esq., late Magistrate of New-Plimouth colony, who died September -? being about eighty-nine years of age.

[n.p.] Reprinted for T.A. jun. 1806

1 l.; 21 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 24
[Haskell, W.S.].

Alfred; an historical poem, delivered at the public commencement at Yale College, in New Haven, September 11, 1799.

Charleston, Printed by T.C. Cox. 1800

Written by a Carolinian of [ ] a student in the said college.; 12 p.



Reel: 1, No. 25
The Algerine slaves; a poem by a citizen of Newburyport.

Newburyport, Printed by Angier March, Middle-Street. 1798

[3], 178-189 p.; Foss, John. A journal of the captivity and sufferings of John Foss; several years a prisoner at Algiers... 2d ed. Newburyport, Printed by Angier March, Middle-Street [n.d.] p. 1-173.

Reel: 1, No. 26
[Allen, Benjamin] 1789-1829.

The death of Abdallah; an eastern tale founded on the story of Abadallah and Sabat, in Buchanan's Christian researches.

New York, Published by W.B. Gilley, No. 92 Broadway; Gould and Van Pelt, printers. 1814

192 p.


Reel: 1, No. 29
[Allen, Benjamin] 1789-1829.

Miscellaneous poems, on moral and religious subjects, by Osander.

New York, Printed by J. Seymour, and sold by Griffin and Rudd, agents for the publisher, 189 Greenwich St. 1812

180 p.; 15 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 31
[Allen, James] 1739-1806.

The poem which the committee of the town of Boston had voted unanimously to be published with the late oration, with observations relating thereto, together with some very pertinent extracts from an ingenious composition never yet published.

Boston, Printed and sold by E. Russell, at his Printing-office, near M. Gardiner's in Marlborough street. 1772

30 p.; 22.5 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 37
Allen, Jonathan, 1749-1827.

A poem on the existence of God.

[n.p.]. 1772

36 p.


Reel: 1, No. 41
Allen, Jonathan, 1749-1827.

A poem, on the existence of God.

Haverhill, Printed by Galen H. Fay, for the author. 1803

An ode on creation. To which are added several hymns, and an eulogy on General George Washington...; 36 p.



Reel: 1, No. 42
Allen, Paul, 1775-1826.

Odes, performed at the anniversary election of the officers of the Providence association of mechanics and manufacturers, on Monday, April 14, 1800.

[Providence]. [1800?]

[25]-28 p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 44
Alline, Henry, 1748-1784.

Hymns and spiritual songs.

Stonington-port, (Con.), Print by S. Trumbull. 1802

281 p.; 16 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 47
Alsop, Richard, 1761-1815.

A poem; sacred to the memory of George Washington, late president of the United States, and Commander in Chief of the armies of the United States.

Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 1800

Adapted to the 22d of Feb. 1800 ...; 23 p.; 23 cm.



Reel: 1, No. 50
[Alsop, Richard] 1761-1815.

The enchanted lake of the Fairy Morgana.

New York, Printed and publish by Isaac Riley and Co., Lexitypographic office. 1806

From the Orlando Inamorata of Francesco Berni.; vii, 67 p.; front.



Reel: 1, No. 51
The American Constitution frigate's engagement with the British frigate Guerriere, which after an action of 25 minutes, surrendered, and being completely shattered, was blown up, it being impossible to get her into port.

[n.p.]. [n.d.]

broadside.

Reel: 2, No. 57
The American hero.

[n.p.]. [1775]

[Made on the battle of Bunker-Hill, and the burning of Charlestown.]; broadside.

Reel: 2, No. 58
The American in Algiers; or, The patriot of seventy-six in captivity, a poem in two cantos.

New-York, Printed and sold by J. Buel, No. 153, Water-Street, corner of Fly-Market. 1797

36 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 2, No. 59
Monitory epistle addressed to a young lady.

January 1788

(In American museum; or, Universal magazine.; p. 93-94).

Reel: 2, No. 60
American Perry; a song.

Tune--Robinson Crusoe, or Abraham Newland. [October 6, 1813]

broadside.

Reel: 2, No. 62
American poems, selected and original.

Litchfield, [Ct.] Printed by Collier and Buel. [1793]

vol. 1 only.

Reel: 2, No. 63
The American poetical miscellany; original and selected.

Philadelphia, Published by Robert Johnson, C. & A. Conrad & co. and Mathew Carey, Booksellers and Stationers. 1809

304 p.

Reel: 2, No. 64
The American illustrated primer.

New York, Published by J. Slater, 204 Chatham Square. [n.d.]

24 p.; illus.; 19 cm.

Reel: 2, No. 65
The American primer; or, An easy introduction to spelling & reading.

Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Mathew Carey, No. 122 Market-street. 1813

4th improved ed.; 36 p.; illus.; 14 cm.; Publishers address on cover: No. 121, Chestnut street.

Reel: 2, No. 66
American sports for the amusement of children.

New York [n.p.]. [18--?]

[8] p.; col. illus.; 17 cm.

Reel: 2, No. 68
American taxation; a song of seventy-nine.

Boston, Sold by Nathaniel Coverly, by the Gr[ ] or Sing [ ] -- corner of Theatre Alley, Milk-street. [177-?]

broadside.

Reel: 2, No. 69
American taxation.

[n.p.]. [n.d.]

This song was written when the "Trump of War" sounded through this happy land; and although peculiarly applicable to that time, cannot but be received with approbation at the present day.; broadside.

Reel: 2, No. 70
The American union, and the birth of Gen. Washington.

[n.p.]. [1797?]

broadside.

Reel: 2, No. 71
Americana; or, A new tale of the genii: being an allegorical mask, in five acts.

Baltimore, Printed by W. Pechin, in Second-street, between Gay & South-streets. 1802

128 p.; 23.5 cm.

Reel: 2, No. 72
Ames, Jane.

Compositions, original and selected.

Boston, Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, No. 53 Cornhill. 1808

Part second.; 106, [2] p.



Reel: 2, No. 77
Anacreon.

Selected odes of Anacreor.

Cambridge, Univ. Press, Hilliard and Metcalf. 1817

Translated into English verse, from the Greek, as published in Dalzel's 'Collectanea minora.' by William Biglow.; 18 p.



Reel: 2, No. 79
Andrews, Edward Wigglesworth, d. 1825.

An address before the Washington benevolent society, in Newburyport, on the 22d. of Feb., 1816.

Newburyport, Published by William B. Allen & co., No. 13 Cornhill. 1816

Published by request of the society.; 15 p.; front. (port.).



Reel: 2, No. 81
Anketell, John, b. 1750?.

Poems on several subjects; to which are added, The epistle of Yarico to Inkle.

Boston, Printed and sold by William Spotswood, no. 55 Marlborough-street. 1795

1 p.l., xiii, [1], 218 p.; 14 cm.; Story, Isaac. Epistle of Yarico to Inkle, p. 205-218.



Reel: 2, No. 82
The Anniversary ode of the Columbian reading society.

[n.p., Duane and Son Printers]. [1806]

7 p.

Reel: 2, No. 83
Anniversary ode of the Union Book Society.

[Washington City, Dinmore and Cooper, Printers]. 1808

10 p., 1 l., 3 p.; An oration delivered on the anniversary of the Union book society, Washington City: 3 p. at end.

Reel: 2, No. 85
An Answer with advice to the author of the base quarto-pamphle (entitled The description and character of an assembly at the West.).

[n.p.] Sold at the printing-office in Back-Street. [1765?]

12 p.; 18.7 cm.; Dedication signed: Z.B.; Bound with: The officers ball; a new dialogue. Ball-Town. [1765].

Reel: 2, No. 87
Anthem to be sung by the Charity scholars, on Sunday, the 22d of November, at St. Paul's Church, after the charity sermon for the benefit of the school.

[New York]. [1789]

broadside.

Reel: 2, No. 88
[Aplin, John].

Verses on Doctor Mayhew's Book of observations on the charter and conduct of the society for the propagation of the Gospel in foreign parts, with notes, critical and explanatory, by a gentleman of Rhode-Island Colony.

Providence, in New-England, Printed and sold by William Goddard, at the sign of Shakespeare's Head. 1763

19 p.


Reel: 2, No. 89
Aristocracy.

Philadelphia, Printed for the Editor. 1795

An epic poem...; 2 v.; Book first is dated January 5th, 1795; Book second March 26th, 1795.

Reel: 2, No. 90-91
The Art of pleading, in imitation of part of Horace's Art of poetry.

New-York, Printed and sold by James Parker, at the new printing-office, in Beaver-Street. 1751

16 p.; 18.6 cm.

Reel: 2, No. 94
Quiz, Jeremiah, [pseud.].

The ass on Parnassus; and From Scotland, Ge Ho!! comes Roderigh Vich Neddy Dhu, Ho! Ieroe!!! Cantos I, II of a poem, entitled What are Scot's collops?.

Philadelphia, Published by Mathew Carey, No. 121, Chestnut Street. 1815

A prohetic tale; written in immitation of The lady of the lake.; 108 p.



Reel: 2, No. 96
Jingle, Bob, [pseud.].

The association, &c. of the delegates of the colonies, at the grand Congress, held at Philadelphia, Sept. 1, 1774, versified, and adapted to music, calculated for grave and gay dispositions; with a short introduction.

[n.p.]. 1774

22 p.


Reel: 2, No. 97
Ames, Nathaniel.

An astronomical diary, or Almanack for the year of our Lord Christ [1760-1762].

Boston, Printed and sold by John Draper, in Cornhill; Richard Draper in Newbury-Street; Green & Russell, and Edes & Gill, in Queen-Street; and Thomas & John Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill. [1759-1761]

3 v.


Reel: 3, No. 98
An Attempt to vindicate the American character, being principally a reply to the intemperate animadversions of Thomas More, Esq.

Philadelphia, Published by Benjamin Johnson, T. L. Plowman, printer. 1806

43 p.; 22 cm.

Reel: 3, No. 99
Aunt Lely's picture alphabet.

New York, McLoughlin Bros. [18--?]

[30] p.; 17 cm.

Reel: 3, No. 101
[Austin, David] 1760-1831.

The dance of Herodias, through the streets of Hartford, on election day, to the tune of The stars of heaven, in the dragon's tail; or, A gentle trip at the heels of the strumpet of Babylon, playing tricks in the attire of the daughters of Zion.

[East Windsor, Ct.] Printed for the author [by Luther Pratt]. 1799

48 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 3, No. 102
Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830.

A funeral oration, on Mr. David Ripley of Windham, a junior sophister in Yale-College, who died June 11th, 1782.

New Haven, Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. 1783

Aetat. 22. Pronounced in the College Chapel July 11th, 1782.; 12 p.



Reel: 3, No. 104
Ballston Springs.

[n.p.]. [1805?]

A moral poem, written at Ballston, in 1805.; 22 p.; 14.9 cm.

Reel: 3, No. 110
Banks in danger; or, New York in an uproar from a Greenwich horse race.

New York, Printed for the author. 1811

13, [2] p.; illus.; 14 cm.

Reel: 3, No. 111
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.

Advice to the privileged orders in the several states of Europe, resulting from the necessity and propriety of a general revolution in the principle of government.

Paris, Printed at the English press, rue de Vaugirard, no. 1214; and sold by Barrois, Senior, Quai des Augustins. 1793

2 v.; 21.5 cm.; V. 2 only.



Reel: 3, No. 112
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The Columbiad; a poem.

Philadelphia, Printed by Fry and Kammerer for C. and A. Conrad and Co., Philadelphia; Conrad Lucas & Co., Baltimore; Somervell and Conrad, Petersburg; Bonsai, Conrad & Co., Norfolk. 1807

xvi, 454 p.; front., plates.; 28 cm.; Extra illustrated with 82 additional plates.; Numerous corrections in author's handwriting.



Reel: 3, No. 113
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The Columbiad, a poem.

Philadelphia, Published by C. and A. Conrad and Co.; Baltimore, Conrad Lucas & Co.; Fry and Kammerer, printers. 1809

2 v.


Reel: 3, No. 114
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The Columbiad, a poem.

London, Printed for Richard Phillips, Bridge street, Blackfriers. 1809

xxxiii, [3], 428 p.; 23.5 cm.; Advertising matter: p. 427-28.



Reel: 3, No. 115
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The Columbiad, a poem.

Paris, Printed for F. Schoell, bookseller. 1813

With the last corrections of the author...; xl, [2], 448 p.; plates (incl. front.), ports.; 27 cm.; An amplification of the author's "Vision of Columbus.".



Reel: 4, No. 116
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The Columbiad, a poem.

[n.p.] Printed for the Book-sellers. [after 1813]

iii-xl, [2], 448 p.; plates (incl. front.); 24 cm.; An amplification of the author's vision of Columbus.; A printing from the Seboell type-setting for the edition of 1813.



Reel: 4, No. 117
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The conspiracy of kings: A poem addressed to the inhabitants of Europe from another quarter of the world.

London: Printed for J. Johnson, St.-Paul's church yard. 1792

20 p.; 27.5 cm.



Reel: 4, No. 118
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The conspiracy of kings; a poem addressed to the inhabitants of Europe from another quarter of the world.

Paris, Printed at the English press, rue de Vaugirard, no. 1214; and sold by Barrois, Senior, Quai des Augustins; and R. Thomson, rue de l'ancienne Comedie Française, no. 42. 1793

32 p.; 22.5 cm.



Reel: 4, No. 119
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The conspiracy of kings; a poem addressed to the inhabitants of Europe, from another quarter of the world.

Newburyport, Printed and sold by Robinson & Tucker. 1794

30 p.; 20.5 cm.; "Note on Mr. Burke": p. 25-30.



Reel: 4, No. 120
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The conspiracy of kings; a poem addressed to the inhabitants of Europe, from another quarter of the world.

[n.p.]. 1795

3d ed.; 15 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 4, No. 121
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The conspiracy of kings; a poem addressed to the inhabitants of Europe, from another quarter of the world.

New York. 1796

(In Barlow, Joel. The political writings. New ed., cor.; p. [241]-251.).



Reel: 4, No. 122
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.

An elegy on the late Honorable Titus Hosmer, esq.; one of the counsellors of the state of Connecticut, a member of Congress, and a judge of the Maritime Court of Appeals for the United States of America.

Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. [1780]

15 p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 4, No. 123
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.

The hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos, written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.

[New Haven, Printed by Tiebout & O'Brien]. [1796]

15 p.


Reel: 4, No. 124
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.

The hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos, written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.

[New-Haven]. [1796]

12 p.; 18 cm.



Reel: 4, No. 125
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos, written in Germany [!], in Savoy, January 1793.

New York, Printed for the Purchaser. [1796]

12 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 4, No. 126
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The hasty pudding; a poem in three cantos, written at Chambery, in Savoy, Jan. 1793.

Stockbridge, Printed by Rosseter & Willard. 1797

[5], 8-[16] p.; 24 cm.; Last leaf wanting.



Reel: 4, No. 127
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

Hasty pudding; a poem in three cantos, written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.

Salem, Printed, by Joshua Cushing. 1799

[5], 8-21 p.; 16.5 cm.



Reel: 4, No. 128
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.

The hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos, written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.

Boston, Printed and for sale at the book-stores. 1810

16 p.; 21 cm.; Cover title.



Reel: 4, No. 129
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.

Hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos, written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.

Hollowell [Me.] Ezekiel Goodale, Printed by Goodale & Burton. 1815

Together with, The ruling passion. By Robert T. Paine, jun. esq.; 32 p.; Paine, Robert T. The ruling passion. p. [17]-32.



Reel: 4, No. 130
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

Joel Barlow to his fellow citizens, of the United States of America.

[Philadelphia?]. [1800]

32, 50 p.; 20.5 cm.; Caption title.; Contents. - Letter I. On the system of policy hitherto pursued by their government, and to George Washington. 32 p. - Letter II. On certain political measures proposed to their consideration. 50 p.



Reel: 4, No. 131
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

Letter to Henry Gregoire.

Washington City, Printed by Roger Chew Weightman. 1809

in reply to his letter of the Columbiad ...; 14 p.



Reel: 5, No. 132
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

A letter to the national convention of France, on the defects in the constitution of 1791, and the extent of the amendments which ought to be applied.

[n.p.]. [179-?]

[159]-198 p.; Caption-title.



Reel: 5, No. 133
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The Columbiad.

[n.p.]. 1813

(In Notice sur la vie et les écrits ...; p. [20]-31); English and French on opposite pages.



Reel: 5, No. 134
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.

A poem, spoken at the public commencement at Yale college, in New-Haven; September 12, 1781.

Hartford, Printed by Hudson & Goodwin. [1781]

16 p.; 19 cm.



Reel: 5, No. 135
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The conspiracy of kings.

New York. 1796

(In The political writings ...; p. [241]-251).



Reel: 5, No. 136
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The prospect of peace; a poetical composition delivered in Yale-college, at the public examination, of the candidates for the degree of bachelor of arts; July 23, 1778.

New Haven, Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. 1788 [i.e. 1778]

12 p.; 21 cm.



Reel: 5, No. 137
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The vision of Columbus; a poem in nine books.

Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, for the author. 1787

xxi, [2], 26-258, [4] p., 1 l., [8] p.; 20 cm.



Reel: 5, No. 138
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The vision of Columbus; a poem in nine books.

Hartford, Printed by Hudson & Goodwin for the author. 1787

2nd ed.; 258, [5] p.; 17.5 cm.



Reel: 5, No. 139
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The vision of Columbus; a poem, in nine books.

Paris; Printed at the English Press, rue de Vaugirard, no. 1214; and sold by Barrois, Senior, Quai des Augustins; and R. Thomson, Rue de L'Ancienne Comedie Française. 1793

To which is added, The conspiracy of kings; a poem, ... 5th ed., cor.; [4], 304 p.; front.; (port.); 20 cm.



Reel: 5, No. 140
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.

The vision of Columbus; a poem in nine books.

London, Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster Row. 1794

To which is added, The Conspiracy of kings; a poem... 5th ed., cor.; [2], 20, [2], 25-275, [3], 279-304 p.; 20 cm.



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