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Poetry and Drama.

Aiken –. Select Works of British Poets. 3 vols. (Philadelphia, 1848).

Bethune, G.W. British Female Poets. (Philadelphia, 1848).

Bryant, Wm. Cullen. Bryant’s Poems. (Boston, 1834).

Bryant’s American Poets. (New York, 1848).

Byron’s Poetical Works. (New York, 1850).

Dante. Vision of Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise. (New York, 1850).

Davidson’s Virgil. 3rd American ed. 2 vols. (New York, 1823).

Dindorfius, Guil. Poetae Senici Graeci. (London, 1830).

Franklin, – . Sophocles’ Tragedies. (New York).

Gray’s Elegy. (Philadelphia, 1850).

Griswold, R.W. Poets and Poetry of America. 10th ed. (Philadelphia, 1850).

Halleck, – . British Poets. 2 vols. (New York).

Hunt, Leigh. Stories from the Italian Poets. (New York, 1846).

Literal Translation of Juvenal and Perseus., by M. Madan. 2 vols. (Oxford, 1813).

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Poets and Poetry of Europe. (New York, 1849).

Madan, M. Terrence’s Comedies in Latin and English. 2 vols. (London, 1767).

Milton’s Paradise Lost. (New York, 1851).

Montgomery’s Poetic Works. 2 vols. (Philadelphia, 1850).

Nack, James. The Immortal. (New York, 1850). Presented by the author, a deaf mute.

Percy, – . Relics of Ancient English Poetry. (London, 1845).

Peter, Wm. Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome. 2nd ed. (New York, 1848).

Potter, A. Aeschylus’ Tragedies. (New York).

— . Euripides’ Tragedies. 3 vols. (New York).

Quattro, J. Poeti Italiani. (Parigi, 1845).

Rule, G.H. Himnos Espanolas. (Philadelphia, 1841).

Shakespeare, Illustrated. 3 vols. (New York, 1847).

Southey, Robert. Kirk White’s Works. (New York, 1849).

Tasso’s Jerusalem, Translated from the Italian by Edward Fairfax. (New York, 1848).

Orations, Addresses, Eulogies, Speeches, Lectures, and Letters.

Adams, John Q. Letters on the Masonic Institution. (Boston, 1847). Presented by H. Gassett.

Address of Stephen A. Douglas, Before the New York State Agricultural Society. (Albany, 1851).

Address to the Inhabitants of Mexico and California. 2 English and 2 Spanish copies.

Addresses on the Death of John C. Calhoun. (Washington, 1850).

American Oratory. (Philadelphia).

Barclay, J.J. Address before the Philadelphia Normal School. (Philadelphia, 1848).

Bell, L.B. Eulogy on Zachary Taylor. (Cambridge, 1850).

Benedict, E.C. Address to the Free Academy. (New York, 1850). Presented by the Author.

Bennet, – . Letters to a Young Lady. 10th ed. (Philadelphia, 1844).

Brewster, Sir D. Letters on Natural Magic. (New York).

Butler, C.M. Discourse on the Birth Day of Washington. (Washington, 1852).

Chesterfield’s Letters. 4 vols. (London, 1845).

Curran’s Complete Speeches. (London, 1847).

Death and Funeral Ceremonies of John C. Calhoun. (Columbia, 1850). Presented by Gov. Means.

Doane, W. Address to the New Jersey Historical Society. (Burlington, 1846). Presented by the Society.

Emerson, – . Representative Men: Seven Lectures. (Boston, 1850).

Graham, S. Lecture to Young Men on Chastity. 10th ed. (Boston, 1848). 2 copies.

Henry, R. Eulogy on John C. Calhoun. (Columbia, 1850). Presented by Gov. Means.

Inaugural Address of George F. Fort, Governor of New Jersey. (Trenton, 1851).

Kane, Thomas L. The Mormons. (New York, 1851). 24 copies.

Kitchell, H.D. Appeal for the Suppression of Liquor Traffic. (New York, 1850).

Leiver, Francis. Address on History and Political Economy. (Columbia, 1836). Presented by Gov. Means.

Leland, T. Orations of Demosthenes. 2 vols. (New York).

Letters and Counsels of Leigh Richmond. (New York).

Letters of Horace Walpole. 6 vols. (London, 1846).

Letters of Horace Walpole to Sir H. Maine. 4 vols. (London, 1844).

Letters of Junius. (New York, 1850).

Letters on Freemasonry. (Boston, 1849). Presented by H. Gassett.

Ludewig, Herman E. Biographical Essay. (New York, 1846). Presented by the Author.

Marsh, J. Address on Temperance. (New York, 1851).

Miles, J.W. Discourse on the Funeral of John C. Calhoun. (Charleston, 1850). Presented by Gov. Means.

Montgomery, J. Lectures on Poetry. (New York).

Nott, E. Lectures on Temperance. (Albany, 18747). Presented by Broguard & Co.

Orations and Speeches of Edmond Everett. 2nd ed. (Boston, 1850). Presented by the author.

Potter, A. Address to the Episcopal Church. (Philadelphia, 1848). Presented by the Author.

— . Address to the Mechanic’s Association. (Schenectady, 1836).

Priestly, J. Lectures on English Grammar. (London, 1833).

Scott, Walter. Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft. (New York, 1848).

Sheridan’s Speeches. 3 vols. (London, 1842).

Speech of E.W. Chastain, on the Union Party of Georgia. (Washington, 1852).

Speech of L.D. Campbell on Southern Aggression. (Washington, 1850). 2 copies.

Speech of Mr. Calhoun, on the Slavery Question. (Washington, 1850).

Speech of Mr. Chase, on Mr. Clay’s Compromise Resolutions. (Washington, 1850). 4 copies.

Speech of Mr. Dayton, on the Compromise Bill. (Washington, 1850).

Speech of Mr. Hale, on the Territorial Question. (Washington, 1850).

Speech of Mr. Soule, on Non-Intervention. (Washington, 1852).

Speech of Mr. Yulee, on the Florida Contested Election.

Speech of S.A. Douglas, on the Measures of Adjustment. (Washington, 1851).

Speech of Truman Smith, on Removals and Appointments. (Washington, 1850).

Speech of Wm. H. Seward, on the Admission of California. (Washington, 1850). 2 copies.

Speeches of Chatham, Erskine, Burke & Macintosh. (Philadelphia, 1849).

Sprague, W.B. Letters on Practical Subjects. 9th ed. (Albany, 1850).

Tallmadge, James. Address to the American Institute. (New York, 1850).

Webster’s Speeches. 8th ed. 3 vols. (Boston, 1850).

Willard, Joseph. Address to the Members of the Bar. (Lancaster, 1830). 2 copies.

Willis, N.P. Rural Letters. (New York, 1850).

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