- 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
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1903. Two volumes in publisher's green cloth ruled in gilt. Frontispiece portrait with tissue guard in each volume. Consisting of imported sheets from the British edition 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
PARTINGTON, Ruth (SHILLABER, Benjamin P.)
Boston: Brown, Taggard & Chase, 1859. Original brown cloth. BAL 17556: Binding A. Illustrated with a frontispiece and 7 plates. Owner inscription dated September 25, two days after the Library of more
SHILLABER, Benjamin P.
Boston: Brown, Taggard & Chase, 1859. Original blue cloth. BAL 17556: Binding A. Illustrated with a frontispiece and 7 plates. Mrs. Partington was Mark Twain's model for Aunt Polly in TOM more