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Whittier, 7.651, D. Lays of my home, and other poems. By John G. Whittier. Boston, 1843. —— 9636, D. Songs of labor, and other poems. By John G. Whittier. Boston, 1850. 10335, D. The chapel of the hermits, and other poems. By John G. Whittier. Boston. 1853. 12099, O. Poems of John G. Whittier. Illustrated by H. Billings. Boston, 1849. Willis, 11122, O. The poems, sacred, passionate and humorous, of Nathaniel Parker Willis. New York, 1844. 2406, Q. Letters from under a bridge, and poems. By N. P. Willis. London, 1840. —– 11946, O. Poems of early and after years. By N. P. Willis. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1848. — 6378, D. Melanie and other poems. By N. P. Willis. New York, 1837. Wordsworth, 7470, D. The poetical works of William Wordsworth. A new edition. 6 vols. London, 1841. 9503, O. The complete poetical works of William Wordsworth. Edited by Henry Reed. Philadelphia, 1837. 6097, D. Yarrow revisited, and other poems. By William Wordsworth. London, 1837. 12542, O. The prelude; or growth of a poet's mind; an autobiographical poem, by William Wordsworth. London, 1850. 9554, D. The same. New York, 1850. Wotton, 8173, D. Poems by Sir Henry Wotton. Edited by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. London, 1843. Printed for the Percy Society. Wyatt, 11287, D. Poetical works of Sir Thomas Wyatt. Edited by Robert Bell. London, 1854. 10468, D. Thalatta; a book for the sea side. Boston, 1853. 2651, Q. 2. West Indian eclogues. London, 1787. 2652, Q. 11. The wrongs of Africa. A poem. London, 1787. 1 11037, D. 9, & 11039, D. 11. The modern Quaker. Philadelphia (circa, 1790.) 11042, D. 7. Epistle to W. Wilberforce, Esq. 11046, D. 1. Domestic industry; a poem. 11047, D. 11. The right divine of kings to govern wrong; dedicated to the holy alliance. London, 1821. 11049, D. 4. St. Helena; a poem. By a Yankee. 11053, D, 11. A glance at the times. By a Yankee. Philadelphia, 1827. 11053, D. 12. Microcosmus Philadelphicus; in two epistles. By Notus Nulli, Esq., M. R. I. A. Philadelphia, 1825. 13544, O. 3. The humors of the fleet. An humorous descriptive poem. London, 1749. 12953, O. 5. The poor man's advice to his neighbors; a ballad to the tune of Chevy chace. New York, 1774. 10093, D. The book of ballads. Edited by Bon Gualtier. (Professor Aytoun.) Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill and Richard Doyle. London, 1849. 10004, D. The book of ballads. Edited by Bon Gualtier. New edition, with illustrations. New York, 1852. 10130, D. 2. The Napoleon ballads, by Bon Gualtier. The poetical works of Louis Napoleon, now first translated into plain English. New York, 1852. 7563, D. Footprints; or fugitive poems. Philadelphia, 1843. Gift of the author. 7637, D. The wife of Leon, and other poems. By two sisters of the west. (Mrs. Warfield, and Mrs. Lee.) New York, 1844. 8461, D. The fawn of Sertorius. 2 vols. London, 1846.

1 8449, D. Reveries in rhyme. By “Nemo” (of Louisiana). New York, 846. 8439, D. The estray. A collection of poems. Boston, 1847. 8770, D. The commercial room. By “One of us.” London, 1847. 8725, D. The new Diogenes, a cynical poem. Philadelphia, 1848. Gift of the author. 10325, D. The book of English songs. From the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. Tenth thousand. London, 1851. 10689, D. The illustrated book of Scottish songs. From the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. London, 1853. 9175, D. The British album, containing the poems of Della Crusca, Anna Matilda, Arley, Benedict, &c. Boston, 1793. 7040, D. Selections from the British poets. 2 vols. New York, 1840. 7870, D. The waif, a collection of poems. Cambridge, 1845. 2650, Q. Millennium; a poem. To which are prefixed, reasons why the second coming of Christ is immediately to be expected. London, 1787. Gift of Dr. George W. Norris. 10502, D. 2. The rebelliad; or terrible transactions at the seat of the muses (Harvard); a poem, auctore enginae societatis poeta. Edited and patronized by the Pi Tau. Boston, 1842. 469, Q. 4. A ballad concerning the fight between the English and French at Lake George. (Boston, 1755.) 8915, D. A fable for critics. New York, 1848. 8831, D. Childe Harvard; a romance of Cambridge. By Señor Alguno. Boston, 1848. 9640, D. 2. Barnum's Parnassus. New York, 1850. 13429, O. 3. The new Bath guide; or memoirs of the B–r—d family. In a series of poetical epistles. Cambridge, 1766. 13429, O. 4. The pleader's guide; a didactic poem in two books; containing the conduct of a suit at law, with the arguments of Counsellor Bother'um and Counsellor Bore'um, in an action between John—a—Gull and John—a— Gudgeon. By the late John Surrebutter, Esq. Philadelphia, 1803. 13269, O. Sullivan's Island, the raciad and other poems. Charleston, 1820. 13281, O. Wol. 30. The Thornton romances. The early English metrical romances of Percival, Isumbras, Eglamour and Degrevant. Edited by James O. Halliwell. London, printed for the Camden Society, 1844. 13281, O. Vol. 18. Three early English metrical romances. With an introduction and glossary. Edited from a MS. by John Robson, Esq. London, printed for the Camden Society, 1842. 13281, O. Vol. 5. The political songs of England, from the reign of John to that of Edward II. Edited and translated by Thomas Wright. London, printed for the Camden Society, 1839. 13281, O. Vol. 3. Alliterative poem on the deposition of King Richard II. Edited by T. Wright. London, printed for the Camden Society, 1838.

SPANISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN AND GERMAN POETRY, AND TRANSLATIONS.

Acuña, 6931, D. Varias poesias, compuestas por Don Hernando de Acuña. Madrid, 1804.

Ariosto, 12147, 0, Orlando Furioso di M. Ludovico Ariosto, novissamente alla sua integrita ridotto, &c. Winegia, 1546.

Balbuena, 6032, D. El Bernardo, poema heroyco del Doctor Don Bernardo de Balbuena. 3 vols. Madrid, 1808. Baskerville, 10811, D. The poetry of Germany. Consisting of selections from upwards of seventy of the most celebrated poets; translated into English verse, with the original text on the opposite page, by Alfred Baskerville. New York, 1854. Bazzoni, 6914, D. Falco della rupe, o la guerra di Musso, raconto storico di Giambattista Bazzoni. Milano, 1831. Béranger, 6903, D. Chansons nouvelles et dernières de P. J. Béranger. Bruxelles, 1833. Gift of Dr. T. F. Betton. —— 6701 & 7646, D. Songs of Béranger, translated by the author of the “Exile of Idria,” &c., with a sketch of the life of Béranger. London, 1837. Philadelphia, 1844. 12234, O. Oeuvres complètes de P. J. de Béranger. Illustrées. 2 tomes. Paris, 1847. Botta, 10286, O. Il Camillo, o vejo conquistata di Carlo Botta. Paris, 1815. Boucher de Perthes, 10359, D. Chants Armoricains, ou Souvenirs de Basse Bretagne, par M. Boucher de Perthes. Paris, 1831. Gift of the author. 10361, D. Satires, contes et chansonnettes. Par M. Boucher de Perthes. Paris, 1833. Gift of the author. —— 10360, D. Romances, ballades et legendes, par M. Boucher de Perthes. Paris, 1849. Gift of the author. Brooks, 6664, D. Vol. 14. Songs and ballads; translated from Uhland, Körner, Bürger and other German lyric poets; with notes. By Charles T. Brooks. Boston, 1842. —10514, D. German lyrics. By C. T. Brooks. Boston, 1853. Buerger, 2402, Q. 2. Retzch's outlines to Buerger's ballads. Leonora; the song of the brave man, and the parson's daughter of Taubenhayn. 15 plates. Leipsic, 1840. Camoens, 7530, D. Les Lusiades ou les Portugais, poème en dix chants, par Camoens, traduction de J. B. J. Millie, revue, corrigée et annotée par M. Dubeux. Paris, 1841. Campbell, 6302, D. The song of the bell, and other poems. From the German of Schiller. By J. J. Campbell. Edinburgh, 1836. Carnot, 10209, O. Opuscules poétiques du Général L. N. M. Carnot. Paris, 1820. Cassano, 6905, D. Il Fiore della poesia Italiana del secolo xviii. preceduto da alcune notizie istoriche dei poeti. Compilato da G. B. Cassano. 2 en 1. Londra, 1802. Casti, 6909, D. Gli animali parlante di G. B. Casti. 2 vols. Lucano, 1822. Chaudron, 11003, O. 3. Poésies choisies de Jean-Simon Chaudron, suivies de l'oraison funébre de Washington, par le même auteur. Paris, 1841. Chenier, 10029, O. Poésies diverses de Marie Joseph de Chenier. Paris, 1818. Costa, *} Christoforo Colombo, Libri VIII. di Lorenza Costa. Genova, 846.

Dante, 9066, D. , Dante's divine comedy; the inferno. With a literal prose translation. By John A. Carlyle, M. D. New York, 1849. 10725, D. Dante; translated into English verse, by J. C. Wright, M. A. 3d edition. With engravings after Flaxman. London, 1854. 7540, D. Dante. La divine comédie. Enfer. Purgatoire. Paradis. Traduction en vers. Par E. Aroux. 2 tome. Paris, 1842. Da Ponte, 6920, D. Versi composti da Lorenzo Da Ponte per la morte d'Anna Celestina Ernestina sua consorte. New York, 1832. Esménard, 10214, O. La navigation, poème. Par J. Esméuard. 2 vols. A Paris, 1805.

Fantoni, 10251, O. Poesie di Giovanni Fantoni, Fra Gli Arcadi Labindo. 3 vols. Italia, 1823. Florian, 6869, D. Fables de Florian. Paris, 1830. Foscolo, 6913, D. Prose è versi di Ugo Foscolo. Milano, 1825. 6915, D. Dei Sepolcri, poesie di Ugo Foscolo, D'Ippolito Pindemonte e di Giovanni Torte, aggiuntovi uno squarcio di Vincenzo Monti. Milano, 1813. 6913, D. Prose e versi de Ugo Foscolo. Milano, 1825. Gay, 10210, O. Essais poétiques. Par Mlle. Delphine Gay. Paris, 1824. Goethe, 6664, D. Vol. 3. Select minor poems, from the German of Goethe and Schiller; translated with notes by John S. Dwight. Boston, 1839. Gomez, 2355, Q. Academias morales de las musas, su autor Antonio Enriquez Gomez. En Madrid, 1734. EIarvey, 8484, D. Lays and legends of Germany, translated from the German, with other poems. By Ella Louisa Harvey. London, 1846. Hinsberg, 10438, D. Das Nibelungenlied. Aus dem altdeutschen Original iibersetzt von Joseph von Hinsberg. Mit sechs Umriffen. München. EIugo, 10750, D. Châtiments, par Victor Hugo. Genève, 1853. LIunt, 8202 & 8233, D. Stories from the Italian poets; being a summary in prose of the poems of Dante, Pulci, Boiardo, Ariosto and Tasso, with comments throughout, occasional passages versified, and critical notices of the lives and genius of the authors. By Leigh Hunt. New York and London, 1846. Klopstock, 7386, D. Le Messiade, poème en vingt chants, par Klopstock; précédée d'une notice sur l'auteur, par Madame le Baronne A. de Carlowitz. Paris, 1842. Kosegarten, 6812, D. Dichtungen von Ludwig Gotthard Kosegarten. 12 Bde. in 6. Greifswald, 1824, 1825. Körner, 6807, D. Leyer und Schwert, von Theodor Körner, Berlin, 1824. Lamartine, 12514, O. Toussaint Louverture, poème dramatique par A. de Lamartine. Paris, 1850. 6871, D. Nouvelles méditations poétiques. Par A. De La Martine, augmentée de diverses épitres inedites. 2 vols. Paris, 1830. Lockhart, 11021, D. Ancient Spanish ballads; historical and romantic; translated by J. G. Lockhart, Esq. 5th edition. London, 1854. Mahlman, 9982, O. Gedichte von August Mahlman. Halle, 1825. Mathias, 13531, O. Runic odes from the Norse tongue. By Thomas J. Mathias. London, 1790. – 6907, D. Poesie liriche Toscane di T. J. Mathias. Napoli, 1824. Matthison, 6836, D. Lyrische Anthologie, herausgegeben von Friedrich Matthison. 20 Bde. in 10. Zurich, 1803, 1807. Manrique, 6930, D. Coplas de Don Jorge Manrique. En Madrid, 1779. Mena, 1221, F. Copilacion de todas las obras del famosissimo poeta Juan de Mena. M. Dxxxiv. Menzini, 10263, O. Poetica e satire de Benedette Menzini, con annotazioni. Milano, 1808. Milton, 7539, D. Le paradis perdu de Milton, traduit en vers Français par E. Aroux. 2 tom. Paris, 1842. Monti, 10273, O. Versi dell' Abate Vicenzo Monti. Parma, 1787. Montalvo, 6929, D. El Pastor de Filida, compuesta por Luis Galvezo de Montalvo. En Valencia, 1792. Montemayor,6937, D. La Diana de Jorge de Montemayor. En Madrid, 1795. Montengon, 6935, D. Eusebio, sacada de las memorias que devo el mismo. Por Don Pedro Montengon. 4 vols. Isla de Leon, 1819. Nazami, 9681, O. Oriental translations. Lailé and Majin. A poem from the original Persian of Nazami. By J. Atkinson, Esq. London, 1836. Petrarch, 7387, D. Poésies de Pétrarque, traduction complete. Parle comte F. L. de Gramont. Paris, 1842. Placentino, 2521, Q. Il Trionfo di Venere; serenata a quatro voci da esiguirse nel Teatro di Barcellona, Composizione di Domenico Botti Placentino. Barcelona (Italian and Spanish). Poliziano, 10252, O. Rime di Messer Angelo Poliziano. 2d edition. Firenze, 1822. Polo, 6934, D. La Diana Enamorado, cinco libros que prosiguen los siete de Jorge de Montemayer por Gaspar Gil Polo, con notas. Madrid, 1802. Pulci, 10255, O. Morgante Maggiore di Messer Luigi Pulci. 3 vols. Milano, 1806. Riihs, 9964, O. Dić Edda, nebst einer Einleitung über Nordische Poesie und Mythologie. Von Friedrich Rühs. Berlin, 1812. Sega, 13497, O. Componimenti poetici d'un Italiano profugo in America editi. Per interesse di Giacomo Sega. Filadelfia, 1829. Salis-Seewis, 6838, D. Gedichte von Joh. Gaudenz von Salis-Seewis. Zurich, 1823. Sanchez, 10291, O. Collecion de poesias Castellanas anteriores al siglo xv., illustrada con notas por D. Thomas Antonio Sanchez. 4 vols. En Madrid, 1779, 1790. Schiller, 6302, D. The song of the bell, and other poems. From the German of Schiller. By J. J. Campbell. Edinburgh, 1836. 6064, D. Vol. 3. Select minor poems of Schiller and Goethe ; with notes. Boston, 1839. 7629, D. The maid of Orleans, and other poems from the German of Schiller; translated by Wm. Peter, A. M. Cambridge, 1843. Gift of the translator. 7004, D. William Tell, and other poems from the German of Schiller, By William Peter, A. M. Philadelphia, 1840. Gift of the translator. 7749 & 7771, D. The poems and ballads of Schiller. Translated by Sir E. B. Lytton, Bart. With a sketch of the author's life. New York and London, 1844. 7031, D. Friedrich von Schiller's sammtliche Werke. 18 Bde. in 9. Stuttgard, 1837. Schleyel, 9983, O. Friedrich Schlegel's Gedichte. Berlin, 1809. 6821, D. August Wilhelm Schlegel's poetische Werke. 2 Bde. Heidelberg, 1811. Schubart, 68.47, D. Sämmtliche Gedichte von Chr. Fr. Dan. Schubart. 3 Bde. Frankfurt am Main, 1829. Seume, 9952, O. Gedichte, von Johann. Gottfried Seume. Leipzig, 1815. Spenser, 10268, O. Il cavaliero della Croca Rossa, o la legenda del Santitá; poema da l'Inglese di Edmondo Spenser recato en verso Italiano de Tommaso Jacopo Mathias. Napoli, 1826. Stalberg, 6802, D. Gedichte der Brüder Christian und Friedrich Leopold Grafen zu Stalberg. 2 Bde. Wien, 1821. Suarez de Figueroa, 6925, D. La constante Amārilis, prosas y versos de Christoval Suarez de Figueroa. En Madrid, 1781. Susini, 10919, O. 4, 5 Mai anniversaire de la mort de l'empereur. Par F. de Susini. Paris, 1840. Tasso, 10215, O. La Jerusalem délivrée de Torquato Tasso, traduite en vers Française. Par P. L. M. Bauer-Lormain. 3 vols. A Paris, 1819. 8385, D. The Jerusalem delivered of Torquato Tasso, and life of the author. By Wiffen. New York, 1846. Teyner, 13434, O. The saga of Frithiof, a legend. Translated from the Swedish of Esaias Tegner, bishop of Wexio, by Oscar Baker. Lon. don, 1841.

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