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Butler, 9640, D. 2. Barnum's Parnassus. (By Wm. Allen Butler.) New York, 1850. Byron, 10413, D. The works of Lord Byron ; with his letters and journals, and his life. By Thomas Moore, Esq. 17 vols. London, 1833. Callander, 13429, O. 2. Two ancient Scottish poems; the Gaberlunzie-man, and Christ's kirk on the green. With notes by John Callander. Edinburgh, 1782. Campbell, 7106, D. The poetry and history of Wyoming, containing Campbell's Gertrude, with a biographical sketch of the author, by Washington Irving, and the history of Wyoming, by William L. Stone. New York, 1841. Cary, 10666, D. Poems and parodies. By Phoebe Cary. Boston, 1854. — 11234, D. Lyra and other poems. By Alice Cary. New York, 1853. Gift of Rev. Rufus W. Griswold. Case, 10059, D. Revolutionary memorials, embracing poems by the Rev. Wheeler Case, published in 1778; and an appendix containing General Burgoyne's proclamation (in burlesque), dated June 23, 1777. A late authentic account of the death of Miss Jane McCrea. The American hero, a sapphic ode, by Nat. Niles, &c. Edited by the Rev. Stephen Dodd. New York, 1852. Chaucer, 8182, D. Canterbury tales, from Chaucer By John Saunders. London, 1845. 84.28, D. Selections from the poetical works of Geoffrey Chaucer, with a concise life of that poet, and remarks illustrative of his genius. By Charles H. Deshler. New York, 1847. — 7181, D. The poems of Geoffrey Chaucer, modernized. London,
1841. Chubbuck, 8422, D. Alderbrook, a collection of Fanny Forester's village sketches, poems, &c. By Miss Emily Chubbuck (Mrs. Judson). 2 vols. Boston, 1847. Churchill, 7794, D. The poetical works of Charles Churchill, with copious notes, and a life of the author. By W. Tooke. 3 vols. London, 1844. Clark, 8112, D. John Noakes and Mary Styles, or “An Essex Calf’s” visit to the Tiptree races; a poem, exhibiting some of the most striking lingual localisms peculiar to Essex. By Charles Clark, Esq. London, 1839. Cleveland, 9639, D. Hymns for schools, with an appropriate selection of tunes. Compiled by C. D. Cleveland. New York, 1850. Gift of the editor. ("ough, 9053, D. The Bothie of Toper-na-Fuosich. A long vacation pastoral. By Arthur Hugh Clough. Cambridge, 1849. Coloridge, 10591, D. Poems. By Hartley Coleridge; with a memoir of his life, by his brother. 2 vols. London, 1851. Collier, 8170, D. Old ballads, from early printed copies of the utmost rarity, now for the first time collected. Edited by J. Payne Collier. London, 1840. Printed for the Percy Society. Colman, 8441, D. The island bird, and other poems. By James F. Colman. Boston, 1846. Colon, 7295, D. Tecumseh; or the west thirty years since. A poem. By George H. Colton. New York, 1842. Conrad, 9890, D. Aylmere; or the bondmen of Kent (Jack Cade), and other poems. By Robert T. Conrad. Philadelphia, 1852. Cooke,8489, D. Froissart ballads and other poems. By P. P. Cooke. Philadelphia, 1847. Coombe, 4629, O Doctor Syntax's tour in search of the picturesque. (By William Coombe.) London. 0 14
Coombe, 7203, D. The tour of Doctor Syntax in search of the picturesque. A poem. 4th edition. 3 vols. London, 1828. Copway, 9517, D. The Ojibway conquest; a tale of the northwest (in verse), by Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh, or G. Copway, chief of the Ojibway nation. New York, 1850. Costello, 6091, D. Specimens of the early poetry of France. By Louisa Stuart Costello. London, 1838. Cowper, 6135, D. The works of William Cowper, his life and letters. By W. Haley, Esq. Now first completed by the introduction of Cowper's private correspondence. Edited by the Rev. T. S. Grimshawe. 8 vols. London, 1835. Core, 11334, D. Christian ballads and other poems. By Rev. Arthur Cleve. land Coxe. Philadelphia, 1855. ift of R. W. Griswold. — 7305, D. Athanasion. 2d edition, with notes and corrections. Also, - miscellaneous poems. By the author of “Christian ballads,” &c. New York, 1842. Crabbe, 10752, O. The poetical works of Crabbe, Heber and Pollok. Phila. delphia, 1839. Craik, 8175, D. Spenser and his poetry. By George L. Craik. 3 vols. London, 1845. Cunningham, 8636, D. Poems and songs. By Allan Cunningham. London, 1847.
Dana, 7243, D. The parted family, and other poems. By Mary S. B. Dana. New York, 1842. —9326, D. Poems and prose writings of Richard Henry Dana. 2 vols. New York, 1850. Daniel, * Q. The works of Samuel Daniel, newly augmented. London, 602. Davidson, 7200, D. Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother; with a biography by Miss Sedgwick. Philadelphia, 1841. Davis, 11005, 0.7. A poem, recited before the citizens of Edgartown, July 4, 1836. By D. Davis. New Bedford, 1836. Dawes, 6592, D. Geraldine, Athenia of Damascus, and miscellaneous poems. By Rufus Dawes. New York, 1830. Dibdin, 11048, D. 6. Dibdin's museum; a collection of songs. Philadelphia, 1797. Drake, 9293, 0.1. The culprit Fay, and other poems. By Joseph Rodman Drake, New York, 1836. Drummond, 11280, D. Rome's red footprints in the Alps; or the woes of the Waldenses in 1686 and 1689. By Rev. David Drummond. Lon. don, 1854. Duck, 11046, D. 20. Poems by Stephen Duck, a thresher, and Mary Collier, a washerwoman. Philadelphia, 1793. Eastman, o D. Poems. By Charles G. Eastman. Montpelier, Vermont, 48. Elliott, 11136, D. The splendid village, corn law rhymes, and other poems. By Ebenezer Elliott. 3 vols. London, 1834, 1835. Ellison, 7952, D. Poetry of real life. By Henry Ellison. London, 1844. Emerson, 9307, D. Poems. By R. W. Emerson. 4th edition. Boston, 1847. Everest, 11023, 0. The poets of Connecticut; with biographical sketches. Edited by Rev. Charles W. Everest. Hartford, 1843. Farquhar, $253, D. The works of the late ingenious Mr. George Farquhar, containing all his poems, letters, essays and comedies. 2 vols. Lon. don, 1772. Fawkes, 11422, O. Original poems and translations. By Francis Fawkes, M. A. London, 1761.
Folds, 8971, D. Poems by James T. Fields. Boston, 1849. Fisher, 12662, O. Song of the sea-shells, and other poems. By Thomas Fisher. Philadelphia, 1850. Gift of the author. Fleury, 9177, D. Divine poems and essays. By Maria de Fleury. Philadelphia, 1803. Forbes, 11045, D. 8. The dominie deposed. By Wm. Forbes. Glasgow. Frazer, 11179, D. Poetical remains of Robert Frazer, editor of the Fife Herald. With a memoir, by David Wedder. Cupar, 1839. Freeman, 10694, D. The twilight dream and moments of solitude. By N. Chapman Freeman. Philadelphia, 1853. Gift of the author. — 10660, D. Parnassus in Philadelphia, a satire by Peter Pindar, Jr. (Nathaniel Chapman Freeman.) Philadelphia, 1854. Genin,6725, D. The Napolead, in twelve books. By Thomas H. Genin, Esq. St. Clairsville, Ohio, 1833. Gift of the author. Gillert, 13429, O. 1. Some ancient Christmas carols, with the tunes to which they were formerly sung in the west of England, &c. Collected by Davies Gilbert. Portrait. London, 1823. Gilman, 7828, D. Oracles from the poets, a fanciful diversion for the drawingroom. By Caroline Gilman. New York, 1844. Gray, 12500, O. The poetical works of Thomas Gray; edited by Henry Reed. Philadelphia, 1851. — 11572, O. Elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. With illustrations on wood, by R. S. Gilbert. Philadelphia, 1845. Grist, 13033, O. 4. A poem, by Franklin R. Grist; and the valedictory oration, by Cyprian G. Webster, before the senior class at Yale College. New Haven, 1848. Griswold, 10550, O. The poets and poetry of America. By Rufus Wilmot Griswold. Philadelphia, 1842. 13640, O. The same. New and enlarged edition. Philadelphia, 1855. — 11225, 0. The illustrated book of Christian ballads and other poems. Edited by Rev. Rufus W. Griswold. Philadelphia, 1844. — 11218, O. The poets and poetry of England in the 19th century. By Rufus W. Griswold. Philadelphia, 1845. 12449, O. The sacred poets of England and America, from the earliest to the present time. Edited by Rufus W. Griswold. New York, 1850. 13639, O. The female poets of America. By R. W. Griswold. Philadelphia, 1849. Gulch, 13533, O. A. lytell geste of Robin Hode, with other ancient and modern ballads and songs relating to this celebrated yeoman, to which is prefixed his history and character. By John M. Gutch. 2 vols. Wood-cuts. London, 1847. Hall, 7208, D. Gems of the modern poets, with biographical notices. By S. C. Hall. Philadelphia, 1842. – 9334, D. Miriam and Joanna of Naples; with other pieces in prose and verse. By Louisa J. Hall. Boston, 1850. Hallock, 11945, O. The poetical works of Fitz-Greene Halleck, now first collected. New York, 1847. —9293, 0.2. Alnwick Castle, with other poems. (Halleck.) New York, 1836. Halliwell, 8139, D. The nursery rhymes of England, collected principally from oral tradition. Edited by James Orchard Halliwell. London, 1842. Hamilton, 10440, D. Poems on several occasions. By William Hamilton, Esq. Glasgow, 1758.
Heber, 10752, O. The poetical works of Crabbe, Heber and Pollok. Phila. delphia, 1839. Hemans, 12.193, O. The poems of Felicia Hemans. A new edition chronologically arranged, and a selection of cotemporary criticisms. Edinburgh, 1849. –9285, O. The poetical works of Mrs. Felicia Hemans. Complete in one volume. Philadelphia, 1835. 7654, D. The works of Mrs. Hemans, with a memoir by her sister, and an essay on her genius by Mrs. Sigourney. 7 vols. Philadelphia, 1844. Herbert, 9615, 0.1. Attila, king of the Huns. By Hon. and Rev. W. Her. bert. London, 1838. Herr, 8901, D. Native poems, lyrical and pastoral. By Benjamin G. Herr, Lancaster, 1848. Heston, 10981, D. Moral and political truth; or reflections suggested by read. ing history and biography. (A poem.) By Jacob Franklin Heston. Philadelphia, 1811. Gift of James J. Barclay, Esq. Hirst, 9078, D. The penance of Roland; a romance of the peine forte et dure, and other poems. By Henry B. Hirst. Boston, 1849. Hoffman, 7257, D. The vigil of faith, and other poems. By C. F. Hoffman. New York, 1842. Holmes, 8966, D. Poems. By Oliver Wendell Holmes. Boston, 1849. Hood, 10732, D. Poems by Thomas Hood. With some account of the author, 2 vols. Boston, 1854. — 7700 & 8314, D. Whimsicalities, a periodical gathering. By Thomas Hood. London and Philadelphia, 1846. — 8040, D. Prose and verse. By Thomas Hood. New York, 1845. — 8281, D. Poems. By Thomas Hood. New York, 1846. — 13533, O. See Gutch, supra. Hooper, 7346, D. Poetical remains of the late Lucy Hooper, collected and arranged; with a memoir, by John Keese. New York, 1842. Hosmer, 11336, D. Poetical works of W. H. C. Hosmer. 2 vols. New
York, 1854. Howitt, 8432, D. Ballads and other poems. By Mary Howitt. New York, 1847.
Hunt, 7935 & 7963, D. Imagination and Fancy; or selections from the English poets, with an answer to the question “What is poetry?” By Leigh Hunt. London and New York, 1845. — 8418 & 8511, D. Wit and humor, selected from the English poets. With an illustrative essay and critical comments. By Leigh Hunt. New York and London, 1846. Jones, 10351, D. Echoes of the heart. Original poems. By Rev. Edward C. Jones. Philadelphia, 1850. Gift of the author. — 11067, D. The outlaw and other poems. By Charles A. Jones. Cincinnati, 1835. Gift of I. Lea, Esq. Keats, 11023, D. The poetical works of John Keats. With a life. Portrait. Boston, 1834. (Little and Brown's British poets.) Kinney, 11337, D. Felicita. A poem. By Mrs. E. C. Kinney. New York, 1855. Gift of R. W. Griswold. Kirkland, 8427, D. Spenser and the Faëry Queen. By Mrs. C. M. Kirkland. New York, 1847. — 10233, D. Garden walks with the poets. By Mrs. C. M. Kirk. land. New York, 1852. Lamb, 8.131, D. Specimens of the English dramatic poets who lived about the time of Shakspeare, with notes. By Charles Lamb. 2 vols. New York, 1845.
Larrence, 6227, D. The last autumn at a fashionable residence, with other poems; and recollections of Mrs. Hemans. By Mrs. Lawrence. Liverpool, 1836. Leatham, 10926, D. Discovery, a poem. By Edward A. Leatham. London, 1853. Logaré, 8788, D. Orta-undis and other poems. By J. M. Legaré. Boston, 1848. Leiris, 10797, D. Treasures of darkness. By E. L(ewis), authoress of “Night Watches.” Philadelphia, 1854. Presented anonymously. Lippincott, 9644, D. Poems. By Grace Greenwood (Mrs. Sara J. Lippincott). Boston, 1851. Longfellow, 11574, 0. The poets and poetry of Europe; with introductions and biographical notices. By Henry W. Longfellow. Philadelphia, 1855. 9926, D. The golden legend. By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Boston, 1851. — 7245, D. Ballads and other poems. By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 2d edition. Cambridge, 1842. — 10410, O. Voices of the night. By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 3d edition. Cambridge, 1840. Gift of the author. — 11569, O. Poems. By Henry W. Longfellow. Philadelphia, 1845. 8692, D. Evangeline. A tale of Acadie. By H. W. Longfellow. 3d edition. Boston, 1848. 7874, D. Voices of the night. By H. W. Longfellow. 10th edition. Cambridge, 1844. 9335, D. The sea-side and fireside. By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Boston, 1850. Lord, 7999, D. Poems. By G. W. Lord. New York, 1845. Lorell, 8947, D. The vision of Sir Launfal. By James Russell Lowell. Cambridge, 1848. —8916, D. The Biglow papers. (James Russell Lowell.) Cambridge, 1848. — 8915, D. A fable for critics. New York, 1848. —9059, D. Poems by James Russell Lowell. Cambridge, 1848. Lyons, 11947, O. Christian songs. By the Rev. James Gilborne Lyons, LL.D. Philadelphia, 1848. Lytton, 10913, D. The poetical and dramatic works of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Bart. 5 vols. London, 1854. –8416, D. & 11694, D. The new Timon. A romance of London. 2d edition. London and Philadelphia. 1846. Sir E. Bulwer Lytton. –9566, D. King Arthur. By Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton. Leipsig, 1849. Macaulay, 7412 & 7441, D. Lays of ancient Rome. By Thos. Babington Macaulay. Philadelphia and London, 1843. McCarty, 8903, D. Songs, odes and other poems on national subjects, patriotic, naval and military; compiled from various sources. By Wm. McCarty. Philadelphia, 1842. Gift of the Compiler. 8904, D. National songs, ballads and other patriotic poetry, chiefly relating to the year 1846. Compiled by Wm. McCarty. Philadelphia, 1846. Gift of the same. McDonald, 11260, O. Poems. By Mrs. Mary Noel McDonald. New York, 1844. McHenry, 6218, D. The pleasures of friendship, and other poems. By James McHenry. 6th edition. Philadelphia, 1834. Gift of the author. *ackay, 8726, D. Town lyrics, and other poems. By Charles Mackay. Lon. don, 1848.