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Abdy, Edward Strutt.
     Journal of a Residence and Tour in the United States of North America.
London, J. Murray. 1835
3 v.

Abraham Africanus I.
     His Secret Life.
New York, J.F. Feeks. 1864

Adams, W.E.
     The Slaveholders' War: An Argument For the North and the Negro.
Manchester, Union and Emancipation Society. 1863

Ainslie, Hew.
     A pilgrimage to the land of Burns: and poems.
Paisley and London, A. Gardner. 1892

Ainslie, Hew.
     Scottish Songs, Ballads and Poems.
New York, Redfield. 1855

Alexander, James W.
     Forty Years' Familiar Letters of James W. Alexander, D.D.
New York, C. Scribner; London, Sampson, Low, Son & Company. 1860
2 v.

Allston, Washington.
     Lectures on Art, and Poems.
New York, Baker and Scribner. 1850

Allston, Washington.
     Manaldi: a Tale.
Boston, C.C. Little and J. Brown. 1841

Allston, Washington.
     Outlines & Sketches.
Boston, S.H. Perkins. 1850

Allston, Washington.
     The Sylphs of the Seasons; With Other Poems.
London, W. Pople. 1813

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     Before the dawn, a story of the fall of Richmond.
New York, Doubleday, Page & Company. 1903

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     The candidate: a political romance.
New York and London, Harper & Brothers. 1905

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     A Herald of the West; An American Story of 1811-1815.
New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1898

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     The hidden mine.
New York, Continental Pub. Co. 1898

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     The hidden mine.
New York, J.S. Tait & Sons. [ca.1896]

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     My captive: a novel.
New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1902

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     The rainbow of gold.
New York, Continental Publishing Company. 1896

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     A Soldier of Manhattan, and His Adventures at Ticonderoga and Quebec.
New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1897

Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander).
     The Sun of Saratoga, a romance of Burgoyne's surrender.
New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1897

An American.
     Letter on American Slavery.
Edinburgh, printed by Miller and Fairly. 1846
Addressed to the editor of the "Witness," 1846.

American Civil War.
1861
Correspondence with Mr. H.C. Carey, of Philadelphia, August-September, 1861.

The American Pioneer, a monthly periodical, devoted to the objects of the Logan Historical Society; or, to collecting and publishing sketches relative to the early settlement and successive improvement of the country.
Cincinnati, J.S. Williams. 1842-1843
2 v.

Ames, Mary C.
     A memorial of Alice and Phoebe Cary, with some of their later poems.
New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1874

Anderson, Charles.
     An address on Anglo-Saxon destiny.
Cincinnati, printed by J.D. Thorpe. 1850

Anderson, Charles.
     An Oration on the Real Nature and Value of the American Revolution.
Cincinnati, C.F. Bradley & Co., printers. 1855

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