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11339, D. Droppings from the heart, or, occasional poems. By Thomas Mackellar. Philadelphia, 1844. Gift of R. W. Griswold. 11340, D. Lines for the gentle and loving. By Thomas Mackellar.
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8369 & 8386, D. Minstrelsy, ancient and modern, with an histori-
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Norton, 7028, D. The dream and other poems. By the Hon. Mrs. Norton.
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By the Hon. Mrs. Norton. New York, 1854. Oldham, 11286, D. Poetical works of John Oldham. Edited by Robert
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arranged, with copious selections and critical remarks. By Frederick
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10859, D. The western home, and other poems. By Mrs. L. H.
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8065, D. The poetical writings of Elizabeth Oakes Smith. New
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Sprague, 12512, 0. 26. An ode pronounced before the inhabitants of Boston
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contemporaneous poets, and Thomas Sackville, Lord Bathurst. Edited
by Robert Bell. London, 1854. Suain, 9487, D. Reverberations. (By Charles Swain.) London, 1849. Taggart, 11338, D. Poems. By Cynthia Taggart, of the "Rhode Island
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9672, D. The princess; a medley. By Alfred Tennyson. Boston, 1848.
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trations, from designs drawn on wood, and the life of the author, by
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8816 & 8781, D. Hactenus; or more droppings from the pen that
wrote Proverbial philosophy, by M. F. Tupper. Boston, 1848.
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