- Topic: 19th Century
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London: The Society For Improving The Condition Of The Labouring Classes, . 4to. Half title, , 47 pp. plus 13 unnumbered pages printed one side only. Includes 2 pages of Publications By the Society For Improving The more
Peterson's Magazine. Vol. 65, January-June, 1874, Vol. 66, July-Dec. 1874. Indexes for both volumes present.
(No Author Listed)
Philadelphia: Peterson's Magazine. , 1874. 4to. 448 pp. 441 pp. more
Beetem, Robert N.
8vo. [32 pp.] more
HALE, Edward E[verett]
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1893. Decorated green cloth. An uncommon collection of poetry by the author of THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY. more
"Revenge and Requital. A Tale of a Murderer Escaped" in THE UNITED STATES MAGAZINE AND DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. Volume XVII, Nos.
(WHITMAN, Walt; WHITTIER, John Greenleaf; et. al.)
New York: J. L. O'Sullivan and O. C. Gardiner, 1845. Three issues of this important American magazine in their original wraps, including the July-August Double Number with a story by Walt Whitman (here referred to more
"Eris: A Spirit Record" and "Dumb Kate -- An Early Death" in THE COLUMBIAN LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, Embracing Literature
(WHITMAN, Walt; et. al.)
New York: Israel Post, 1844. Contemporary brown leather-backed cloth with decorative gilt rules, gilt-decorated and lettered spine, and a black morocco label on the front cover with the owner's name--Jannette more
THE CLASSICAL READER; A selection of lessons in prose and verse. From the most esteemed English and American writers. Intended
GREENWOOD, Rev. F. W. P. and EMERSON, G. B.
Boston: Lincoln, Edmands & Co, 1833. Octavo in contemporary sheep leather with a gilt-lettered morocco spine label, 408 pages. Frontispiece illustration of George Washington taking leave of his comrades. The contributions more
AN ACCOUNT OF THE "WITCH" MURDER TRIAL, YORK, PA., JANUARY 7-9, 1929. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vs. John Blymer, et al.
AURAND, A. Monroe
Harrisburg, PA: The Aurand Press, 1929. Boards; 32 pages. more