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Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints (ISSN 0161-7729) is one of the oldest continuous scholarly reprint series published in the United States, and currently comprises more than 550 volumes edited by American and international scholars. Founded in New York in 1936, and later active in Gainesville, Florida, and Delmar, New York, it is now based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with order fulfillment offices in Cave Creek, Arizona.

Series Editors: Louis S. Friedland, New York University (1936-1948); Harry R. Warfel, University of Florida (1948-1971); Norman Mangouni, The University of Michigan (1972-).

Works are selected for publication because of their bibliographic rarity and scholarly importance as primary sources. The series specializes in books on American and English literature, rhetoric, history, philosophy, psychology, religion, maritime history, and women’s studies from the early Renaissance through the early twentieth century. Books in the series are prefaced by introductory essays providing relevant biographical, bibliographical, historical, provenient, and critical information.

Cloth editions are casebound and printed on permanent/durable paper in accordance with the American National Standard for Information Sciences—Permanence of Paper for Publications and Documents in Libraries and Archives ANSI/NISO/ Z39.48—1992.

Out-of-Print (OP) titles generally are available in microform editions, positive-image silver halide microfiche in the standard 105 x 148 mm. NMA format with 98 frames per sheet.

Prices listed here supersede all previous listings and are subject to change without notice. The prices shown are those in effect as of 1 January 2006.

Bookstores and distributors: All books are subject to text discount. Returns Policy: No overstock returns.

Cataloging-in-Publication: All 1972 and later publications of Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints contain full Cataloging-in-Publication (CIP) data as provided by the Library of Congress. This booklist has been prepared in accordance with ANSI Standard Z39.29–1977 for bibliographical references.


BOOKS AND MICROFORMS IN PRINT  (A to F)

Listed by Library of Congress Catalogue Main Entry

Aconcio, Giacomo, 1492?–1566?
Darkness Discovered (Satans Stratagems). London, 1651. Rpt. Delmar, 1978. Introd. by R. E. Field, London. LC 78-9490. Pp. 168.
Translation of Books 1-4 of Satanae Stratagemata. The first epistemological discussion of religious liberty and tolerance, greatly influential in its own time and still one of the most detailed, thorough, and readable studies of the psychology of prejudice and toleration. Known and used by Milton, Donne, and Locke.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1313-5 / $50.00

Adams, Henry, 1838–1918.
Esther: A Novel. By Frances Snow Compton. New York, 1884. Rpt. New York, 1938; Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Robert E. Spiller, University of Pennsylvania. LC 38-18393. Pp. 336.
Adams’s pseudonymous first novel, dealing with New York society and the influence of art and religion on the contemporary life of the period.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1187-2 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0013-5 / $20.00

Adams, Henry, 1838–1918.
The Life of George Cabot Lodge. Boston, 1911. Rpt. Delmar, 1978. Introd. by John W. Crowley, Syracuse University. LC 78-16619. Pp. 224.
Possibly the first work of literary criticism to examine the alienation of the artist from American culture. A self-revelation of Adams’s brilliant and complex mind, illuminating the ambiguities of The Education of Henry Adams; crucial to a complete understanding of Adams’s late career.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1316-6 / $50.00

Adams, Henry, 1838–1918.
Tahiti: Memoirs of Arii Taimai e Marama of Eimee, Teriirere of Tooarai, Terrinui of Tahiti, Tauraatua i Amo; Memoirs of Marau Taaroa, Last Queen of Tahiti. Paris, 1901. Rpt. New York, 1947; Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Robert E. Spiller, University of Pennsylvania. LC 47-3845. Pp. 216.
Marks the transition between the two phases of Adams’s career, as historian and man of letters, and picturing symbolically in a small incident an interpretation of the whole history of mankind.
Listed in Books for College Libraries.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1213-8 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0040-1 / $20.00

Adams, John Quincy, 1767–1848.
Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory. 2 v. Boston, 1810. Rpt. Delmar, 1997. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Charlotte M. Downey, Brown University. LC 97-15685. Pp. 850.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1507-8 / $90.00

Aesopus. Fabulae. See Caoursin.

Aesthetic Papers.
Aesthetic Papers. Ed. by Elizabeth Palmer Peabody. Boston, 1849. Rpt. Gainesville, 1957. Introd. by Joseph Jones, The University of Texas at Austin. LC 57-5942. Pp. 284.
The spirit of Transcendentalism emerges with the first printings of Emerson, Thoreau, and Hawthorne.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1237-4 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0064-7 / $15.00

Alcott, Amos Bronson, 1799–1888.
Essays on Education, 1830–1862, together with the Town Reports for 1859–1861, and the School Reports for 1861–1862 of Concord, Massachusetts. Rpt. Gainesville, 1960. Introd. by Walter Harding, State University College, Geneseo, N.Y. LC 60-5072. Pp. 276.
Theoretical and practical views by a leading Transcendentalist. Contains Alcott’s Observations on the Principles and Methods of Infant Instruction (1830) and The Doctrine and Discipline of Human Culture (1836). The town and school reports help to define the part that Emerson, Thoreau, and others played in the Concord schools and in the public life of the town.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1250-3 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0079-1 / $15.00

Alexander, Caleb, 1755–1828. See Bingham.

Allen, Ethan, 1738–1789.
Reason the Only Oracle of Man. Bennington, 1784. Rpt. New York, 1940. Introd. by John Pell, New York, N.Y. LC 40-36196. Pp. 564.
The deistic book sometimes called “Ethan Allen’s Bible,” with The Appendix to Reason (1873).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1190-2 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0016-6 / $30.00

Allen, Paul, 1775–1826.
The Life of Charles Brockden Brown [1814]. Rpt. Delmar, 1975. Introd. and biographical note by Charles E. Bennett, Cazenovia College. LC 75-25800. Pp. 424.
First biography of Brown, commissioned by his family but suppressed prior to publication, here reproduced from the only surviving set of printer’s sheets. A revealing personal portrait of one of America’s early writers.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1160-5 / OP

Allston, Washington, 1779–1843.

Autobiographical Works of Washington Allston. Rpt. Delmar, 1991. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Nathalia Wright, The University of Tennessee. LC 91-4433. Pp. 336.
Contents: Monaldi (1841); “The Angel and the Nightingale” (1850); ten illustrations.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1450-7 / $50.00

Allston, Washington, 1779–1843.
Lectures on Art and Poems. Ed. by Richard H. Dana. Boston, 1850. With Monaldi (1841). Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Nathalia Wright, The University of Tennessee. LC 67-10124. Pp. 646.
“Except for Allston’s letters, we have here in one crisp volume the complete literary production of an important and seminal figure … of increasing interest to a new generation of literary and art historians.”—Reprint Bulletin. Eight illustrations.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1001-1 / $75.00

Alves, Robert, 1745–1794.
Sketches of a History of World Literature. Edinburgh, 1794. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. Introd. by Patrick O’Flaherty, Memorial University of Newfoundland. LC 67-18714. Pp. 320.
The pioneer history of world literature; lively and anecdotal.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1002-8 / $50.00

AMERICAN LINGUISTICS, 1700–1900 (SERIES). Ed. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. 43 v. pub. to date: See entries under Adams, Ash, Bain, Bardeen, Bancroft, Bascom, Bingham, Blair, Boyd, Brown, Bullions, Campbell, Channing, Cobbett, Covell, Day, De Mille, Dilworth, Genung, Greene (2), Harvey, Haven, Hepburn, A. Hill, D. Hill, Kellogg, Kerl (2), Kirkham, Lowth, Murray, Newman, Reed, Sheridan, Silvestre de Sacy, Smith, Swinton, Webster, Weld, Wells, Whately, Whitney.

American Poems.
American Poems. Ed. by Elihu Hubbard Smith. Litchfield, 1793. Rpt. Gainesville, 1966; Delmar, 1979. Introd. by William K. Bottorff, Ohio University. LC 66-60007. Pp. 352.
The first American anthology of poetry; a rich source book.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1042-4 / $60.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0116-3 / $20.00

Anarchiad.
Anarchiad: A New England Poem, 1786–1787. Written in Concert by David Humphreys, Joel Barlow, John Trumbull, and Lemuel Hopkins. Ed. by Luther Riggs. New Haven, 1861. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. Introd. by William K. Bottorff, Ohio University. LC 67-18713. Pp. 144.
Satiric poems favoring the Constitutional Convention of 1787.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1027-1 / $50.00

Anghiera, Pietro Martire d’, 1457–1526.
The history of travayle in the West and East Indies. Englished by Richarde Eden. London, 1577. Rpt. Delmar, 1992. Introd. by Thomas R. Adams, The John Carter Brown Library, Brown University. LC 92-16472. Pp. 984.
Maritime History Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1473-6 / $125.00
See also Cà da Mosto.

‘Antar. English.
Antar: A Bedoueen Romance. Transl. by Terrick Hamilton. London, 1819. Rpt. Delmar, 1983. Introd. by Ben Harris McClary, Middle Georgia College. LC 81-21401. Pp. 320.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1375-3 / $50.00

Ascham, Antony, d. 1650.
Of the Confusions and Revolutions of Governments. 2d ed. London, 1649. Rpt. Delmar, 1975. Introd. by G.W.S.V. Rumble, The Open University. LC 75-33731. Pp. 226.
Discusses the de facto theory of political obligation.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1161-2 / $50.00

Ash, John, 1724?–1779.
Grammatical Institutes; or, An Easy Introduction to Dr. Lowth’s Grammar. Boston, 1785. Rpt. Delmar, 1979. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 79-15248. Pp. 216.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1339-5 / $50.00

Asmussen, Jes Peter, comp.
Manichaean Literature: Representative Texts, Chiefly from Middle Persian and Parthian Writings. Delmar, 1975, 1977, 1994. Selected, introduced, and partly translated by Jes P. Asmussen, University of Copenhagen. LC 74-22063. Pp. 160.
Texts illustrating the life and teaching of Mani, his travels, the activity of his missionaries, the community life, the figures and stages of the drama of Manichaean mythology.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1141-4 / $50.00

Bain, Alexander, 1818–1903.
English Composition and Rhetoric. New York, 1871. Rpt. Delmar, 1996. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 96-3518. Pp. 372.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1497-2 / $60.00

Baldwin, William, fl. 1547.
A Treatise of Morall Philosophie, wherein Is Contained the Worthy Sayings of Philosophers, Emperors, Kings, and Orators: Their Lives and Answers. Enlarged by Thomas Palfreyman. London, 1620. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. Introd. by Robert Hood Bowers, University of Florida. LC 67-10126. Pp. 414.
Moral sentences arranged by subject to sum up the medieval and Elizabethan cultural and literary traditions.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1003-5 / $60.00

Bancroft, T. Whiting (Timothy Whiting), 1837–1890.
A Method of English Composition. Boston, 1884. With Historical Outlines of the English Language (1887). Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2004. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 2004000600. Pp. 176.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1542-9 / $50.00

Baptista Mantuanus, 1448–1516.
The Eclogues of Mantuan. Transl. by George Turberville. London, 1567. Rpt. New York, 1937; Delmar, 1977. Ed. by Douglas Bush, Harvard University. LC 38-12665. Pp. 208.
The popular poems to which Shakespeare referred in Love’s Labors Lost.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1181-0 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0007-4 / $15.00

Bardeen, C. W. (Charles William), 1847–1924.
A System of Rhetoric. New York, 1884. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2002. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 2002012375. Pp. 814.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1539-9 / $90.00

Barlow, Joel, 1754–1812.
The Works of Joel Barlow. Rpt. Gainesville, 1970. 2 v. Introd. by William K. Bottorff, University of Toledo, and Arthur L. Ford, Lebanon Valley College. LC 68-17012. Pp. 1,480.
Contents: Vol. 1, Prose: An Oration Delivered at the North Church in Hartford, at the Meeting of the Connecticut Society of the Cincinnati, July 4th, 1787, in Commemoration of the Independence of the United States of America (1787); A Letter to the National Convention of France (1792); Advice to the Privileged Orders in the Several States of Europe (2 pts., 1792-93); A Letter Addressed to the People of Piedmont (1795); Two Letters to the Citizens of the United States and One to General Washington (1806); A Prospectus of a National Institution To Be Established in the United States (1806); Oration Delivered at Washington, JulyFourth, 1809 (1809); Letter to Henri Gregoire … on ‘The Columbiad’ (1809); A Review of Robert Smith’s Address (1811).
Vol. 2, Poetry: The Prospect of Peace (1778); An Elegy on the Late Honorable Titus Hosmer [1781]; A Poem, Spoken at … Yale College, … September 1, 1781 [1781]; A Translation of Sundry Psalms To Which Is Added, a Number of Hymns (1785); Meditations on Death and the Grave (1785?); The Conspiracy of Kings (1792); Hasty Pudding (1793); The Vision of Columbus (1787); The Columbiad (1825, with the author’s last corrections).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1062-2 / $150.00

Barlow, John.
A True Guide to Glory: A Sermon Preached at Plymouth St. Mary in Devon, at the Funeralls of the Right Worshipfull, and Truly Religious Lady, The Lady Strode of Newingham. London, 1619. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2004. Introd. by Retha M. Warnicke and Bettie Anne Doebler, Arizona State University. LC 2004. Pp. 92.
Funeral Sermons for Women, 1601-1630 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1543-6 / $50.00

Barlow, William, Bp. of Lincoln, d. 1613.
The Summe and Substance of the Conference Which It Pleased His Excellent Majestie To Have With the Lords, Bishops, and Other of His Clergie at Hampton Court, January 14, 1603. London, 1604. Rpt. Gainesville, 1965. Introd. by William T. Costello and Charles Keenan, Gonzaga University. LC 65-10395. Pp. 110.
A participant’s report on the meeting that led to the King James Bible and recognized the Puritan party in the Church of England.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1004-2 / OP

Bascom, John, 1827–1911.
Philosophy of Rhetoric. New York, 1883. Rpt. Delmar, 1998. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 98-12972. Pp. 312.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1508-5 / $50.00

Batman, Stephen, d. 1584.
The Doome Warning All Men to the Judgement. London, 1581. Rpt. Delmar, 1984. Introd. by John R. McNair, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. LC 84-1441. Pp. 472.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1394-4 / $75.00

Baum, Lyman Frank, 1856–1919.
By the Candelabra’s Glare. Chicago, 1898. Rpt. Delmar, 1981. Introd. by Peter E. Hanff, University of California, Berkeley. LC 80-28443. Pp. 136.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1361-6 / $50.00

Baum, Lyman Frank, 1856–1919.
Policeman Bluejay. Chicago, 1907. Rpt. Delmar, 1981. Introd. by David L. Greene, Piedmont College. LC 81-9044. Pp. 152.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1367-8 / $50.00

Baum, Lyman Frank, 1856–1919.
The Woggle-Bug Book. Chicago, 1905. Rpt. Delmar, 1978. Introd. by Douglas G. Greene, Old Dominion University. LC 78-6887. Pp. 72.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1308-1 / $50.00

Baum, Maud Gage.
In Other Lands Than Ours. Chicago, 1907. Ed. and with a preface by L. Frank Baum. Rpt. Delmar, 1983. Introd. by Edith Hollister and Warren Hollister, University of California, Santa Barbara. LC 82-10254. Pp. 240.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1385-2 / $50.00

Beattie, James, 1735–1803.
Elements of Moral Science. 2 v. Edinburgh, 1790. Rpt. Delmar, 1976. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by James R. Irvine, Colorado State University. LC 75-45348. Pp. 1,168.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1167-4 / $100.00

Beckford, William, 1760–1844.
Modern Novel Writing (1796) and Azemia (1797). Rpt. Gainesville, 1970. 4 v. in 1; 4 p. on 1. Introd. by Herman Mittle Levy, Jr., Loyola University, New Orleans. LC 74-81366. Pp. 266.
Two anti-sentimental, anti-Pitt novels, with theorizing about the novel and with serious poems and parodies.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1063-9 / $50.00

Beckford, William, 1760–1844.
Vathek: The English Translation by Samuel Henley (1786) and the French Editions of Lausanne and Paris (1787). Rpt. Delmar, 1972. 3 v. in 1. Introd. by Robert J. Gemmett, State University College, Brockport, N.Y. LC 72-4324. Pp. 768.
“This authoritative and comprehensive edition of William Beckford’s celebrated ‘oriental tale’ provides readers in one mighty volume all three first editions.”—Reprint Bulletin.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1102-5 / $90.00

Belknap, Jeremy, 1744–1798.
The Foresters: An American Tale. Boston, 1792. Rpt. Gainesville, 1969. Introd. by Lewis A. Turlish, Bates College. LC 71-10012. Pp. 230.
An allegory of the events leading up to the War of Independence; palpably the first American historical novel.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1071-4 / $50.00

Bellamy, Charles Joseph, 1852–1910.
An Experiment in Marriage: A Romance. Albany, 1889. Rpt. Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Joel Nydahl, University of Michigan. LC 77-16040. Pp. 320.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1304-3/ $50.00

Bentham, Jeremy, 1748–1832. See McReynolds.

Bevington, L. S. (Louisa Sarah), 1845-1895.

Collected Essays of Louisa Sarah Bevington (1879-1896). 30 v. in 1. Repr. Ann Arbor, 2010. Introd. by Jackie Dees Domingue, Blinn College. LC 2010026789. Pp. 298.
Thirty essays on anarchy and social issues of her day.
Clothbound ISBN 978-0-8201-1563-4 / $60.00

Bible. O.T. Job. English. Smith. 1996.
The Book of Job. Transl. by Elizabeth Smith. Bath, 1810. Rpt. Delmar, 1996. Introd. by Maurice O’Sullivan, Rollins College. LC 96-22188. Pp. 176.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1499-6 / $50.00

Bighami, Muhammad ibn Ahmad.
Love and War: Adventures from the Firuz Shah Nama of Sheikh Bighami. Delmar, 1974. Transl. by William L. Hanaway, University of Pennsylvania. LC 74-6039. Pp. 216.
An 11th-century oriental romance exemplifying the Persian oral storytelling tradition.
Unesco Collection of Representative Works, Persian Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1126-1 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0222-1 / $15.00

Bingham, Caleb, 1757–1817.
The Young Lady’s Accidence. Boston, 1785. With Caleb Alexander, A Grammatical System of the English Language (3d ed., 1795). Rpt. Delmar, 1981. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 81-5663. Pp. 168.
 American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1360-9 / $50.00

Blair, Hugh, 1718–1800.
Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres. New York, 1819. Rpt. Delmar, 1993. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 93-22920. Pp. 522.
Abraham Lincoln chose this book for the study of rhetoric.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1467-5 / $75.00

Blake, William, 1757–1827.
William Blake’s Works in Conventional Typography. Rpt. Delmar, 1984. Introd. by G. E. Bentley, Jr., University of Toronto. LC 82-10815. Pp. 232.
Contents: Poetical Sketches (1783); The French Revolution (1791); “Appreciation of Master Malkin,” in B. H. Malkin, A Father’s Memoirs of His Child (1806); “To the Queen” (April 1807), from Robert Blair, The Grave (1808); “Exhibition of Paintings in Fresco” (1809); “Blake’s Chaucer: The Canterbury Pilgrims” (1809); “A Descriptive Catalogue” advertisement (1809); A Descriptive Catalogue (1809); “Blake’s Chaucer: An Original Engraving” (1809).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1388-3 / $75.00
See also entry under Wittreich.

Blenerhasset, Thomas, 1550–1625?
A Revelation of the True Minerva. London, 1582. Rpt. New York, 1941; Delmar, 1978. Introd. by Josephine Waters Bennett, Hunter College of the City University of New York. LC 42-5954. Pp. 84.
A pastoral significant for its experiments in the new verse forms of Renaissance England and its indebtedness to Spenser’s Shepheardes Calendar.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1196-4 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8101-0022-7 / $5.00

Bloomfield, Robert, 1766–1823.
Collected Poems, 1800–1822. Rpt. Gainesville, 1971. 5 v. in 1. Introd. by Jonathan N. Lawson, Texas Christian University. LC 79-161927. Pp. 704.
Contents: The Farmer’s Boy (1800); Rural Tales, Ballads, and Songs (1802); Wild Flowers (1806); The Banks of Wye (1811); May Day with the Muses (1822).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1088-2 / $90.00

Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313–1375.
De Casibus Illustrium Virorum. Paris, 1520. Rpt. Gainesville, 1962. Introd. by Louis Brewer Hall, Gonzaga University. LC 62-7017. Pp. 256.
De Casibus transmitted medieval concepts into the Renaissance and probably influenced the works of Chaucer, Wyclif, More, Spenser, and Shakespeare.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1005-9 / OP

Boileau–Desprèaux, Nicolas, 1636–1711. See entry under Longinus.

Boncompagno da Signa, 13th cent.
Rota Veneris. Strasbourg, 1473-74. Rpt. Delmar, 1975. Transl. from the Latin and with an introd. and notes by Josef Purkart, University of California, Riverside. LC 74-18250. 128p.
Illuminates the relationship between rhetorical theory and many of the conventions of medieval erotic literature.
 Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1137-7 / $50.00

Bontekoe, Willem Ysbrandsz., 1587–1647?
Die vier und zwantzigste Schiffahrt. Frankfurt am Main, 1648. Rpt. Delmar, 1993. Introd. by Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr., Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis. LC 93-28793. Pp. 118.
German text of Bontekoe’s Journael ofte gedenckwaerdige beschrijvinghe vande Oost-Indische reyse. Includes 5 fold-out illustrations.
Maritime History Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1485-9 / $75.00

Bouhours, Dominique, 1628–1702.
The Art of Criticism. London, 1705. Rpt. Delmar, 1981. Introd. by Philip J. Smallwood, City of Birmingham Polytechnic. LC 81-8900. Pp. 336.
English translation of Bouhours’s La manière de bien penser dans les ouvrages d’esprit (1689), whose ideas of criticism, especially on the topic of Wit, influenced Addison and other major literary figures of 18th-century England. Pope made substantial borrowings from Bouhours in his Essays on Criticism and Johnson adapted phrases and ideas from Bouhours in criticizing the wit of the metaphysical poets.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1364-7 / $50.00

Boyd, James Robert, 1804–1890.
Elements of English Composition: Grammatical, Rhetorical, Logical, and Practical. New York, 1868. Rpt. Delmar, 1998. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 98-41370. Pp. 422.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1517-7 / $75.00

Bradstreet, Anne (Dudley), 1612?–1672.
The Tenth Muse (1650) and, from the Manuscripts, “Meditations Divine and Morall, Letters, and Occasional Pieces.” Rpt. Gainesville, 1965; Delmar, 1978. Introd. by Josephine K. Piercy, Indiana University. LC 65-10345. Pp. 320.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1006-6 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0105-7 / $20.00

Brigham, Amariah, 1798–1849.
Remarks on the Influence of Mental Cultivation and Mental Excitement upon Health. 2d ed. Boston, 1833. With Observations on the Influence of Religion upon the Health and Physical Welfare of Mankind. Boston, 1835. Rpt. Delmar, 1973. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Ernest Harms, New York. LC 73-17271. Pp. 478.
Influential early works discussing psychological effects of excessive intellectual and religious stimulation.
History of Psychology Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1125-4 / $75.00

Brinsley, John, fl. 1633.
A Consolation for Our Grammar Schooles. London, 1622. Rpt. New York, 1943. Introd. by Thomas Clark Pollock, New York University. LC 43-7090. Pp. 126.
Discusses educational methods in English grammar schools.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1202-2 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0028-9 / $10.00

Brooke, Charlotte, 1740–1793, comp.
Reliques of Irish Poetry. Dublin, 1879. With Aaron Crossley Hobart Seymour, A Memoir of Miss Brooke (1816). Rpt. Gainesville, 1970. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Leonard R. N. Ashley, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. LC 76-133327. Pp. 540.
The pioneer collection in translation of 17 Old Irish texts.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1082-0/ $75.00

Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771–1810.
The Rhapsodist and Other Uncollected Writings. Rpt. New York, 1943; Delmar, 1977. Ed. by Harry R. Warfel, University of Maryland. LC 43-9591. Pp. 176.
This collection of Brown’s minor writings contains “Walstein’s School of History” (1799), in which Brown identifies himself with the Gothic school; “The Man at Home” (1798), which deals with imprisonment for debt; “A Series of Original Letters” (1798), an epistolary exchange containing autobiographical elements; “Sky Walk” (1798), the forerunner of Edgar Huntly; and “The Rhapsodist” (1789), Brown’s first trial at the periodical essay.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1203-9 / $50.00
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Brown, Goold, 1791–1857.
The Institutes of English Grammar. New York, 1853. Rpt. Delmar, 1982. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 81-18517. Pp. 376.
Includes selected pages from Brown’s The Grammar of English Grammars (1851).
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1372-2 / $50.00

Brown, Thomas, 1778–1820.
Inquiry into the Relation of Cause and Effect. 4th ed. London, 1835. Rpt. Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Bernard E. Rollin, Colorado State University. LC 77-16224. Pp. 496.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1301-2 / $75.00

Brownson, Orestes Augustus, 1803–1876.
The Laboring Classes. Boston, 1840. With Brownson’s Defence of the Article on the Laboring Classes (1840). Rpt. Delmar, 1978. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Martin K. Doudna, University of Hawaii at Hilo. LC 78-17952. Pp. 144.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1314-2 / $50.00

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794–1878.
The Embargo. Boston, 1808, 1809. Rpt. Gainesville, 1955. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Thomas O. Mabbott, Hunter College of the City University of New York. LC 55-11715. Pp. 78.
The original (1808) and enlarged (1809) editions of a 13-year-old lad’s vigorous verse satire on Jefferson and his policies.
Listed in Books for College Libraries.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1227-5 / OP
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Buchanan, Joseph, 1785–1829.
The Philosophy of Human Nature. Richmond, 1812. Rpt. Gainesville, 1969. Introd. by Thom Verhave, Queens College of the City University of New York. LC 71-90941. Pp. 360.
A Kentucky frontier physician’s physiological and psychological analyses anticipating modern concepts. History of Psychology Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1064-6 / $50.00

Bullions, Peter, 1791–1864.
The Principles of English Grammar. New York, 1846. Rpt. Delmar, 1983. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 82-10418. Pp. 264.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1386-9 / $50.00

Bullokar, William, fl. 1586.
Booke at Large for the Amendment of English Orthographie. London, 1580. With A Bref Grammar for English (1586). Rpt. Delmar, 1977. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Diane Bornstein, Queens College of the City University of New York. LC 76-55723. Pp. 168.
Early attempts at spelling reform presaging the later British interest in phonetics. Included is Bullokar’s Bref Grammar, the earliest surviving printed grammar of English, reproduced from the unique copy, with the author’s handwritten notes.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1287-9 / $50.00

Burchett, Josiah, 1666?–1746.
A Complete History of the Most Remarkable Transactions at Sea, from the Earliest Accounts of Time to the Conclusion of the Last War with France. London, 1720. Rpt. Delmar, 1995. Introd. by John B. Hattendorf, Naval War College. LC 95-2179. Pp. 946.
Includes 8 fold-out illustrations.
Maritime History Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1489-7 / $150.00

Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520–1598.
The Execution of Justice in England. London, 1583. Rpt. New York, 1936. Introd. by Franklin L. Baumer, Yale University. LC 37-13407. Pp. 54.
Sets forth Elizabeth I’s policy toward Catholics during the counter-Reformation; a significant document in the history of religious toleration.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1175-9 / OP
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Burgoyne, John, 1722–1792.
The Dramatic and Poetical Works of the Late Lieut. Gen. J. Burgoyne. 2 v. London, 1808. Rpt. Delmar, 1977. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by J. C. Hilson and Lois Potter, University of Leicester. LC 77-2932. Pp. 520.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1285-5 / $75.00

Burton, Asa, 1752–1836.
Essays on Some of the First Principles of Metaphysicks, Ethicks, and Theology. Portland, 1824. Rpt. Delmar, 1973. Introd. by James G. Blight, University of New Hampshire. LC 73-4839. Pp. 432.
Pivotal work in American pre-experimental psychology.
History of Psychology Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1114-8 / $60.00

Bushnell, Horace, 1802–1876.
Views of Christian Nurture, and of Subjects Adjacent Thereto. Hartford, 1847. Rpt. Delmar, 1975. Introd. by Philip B. Eppard, Brown University. LC 74-23297. Pp. 264.
Landmark in the history of New England thought, the rise of liberal movements in theology, and the development of 19th-century attitudes towards children.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1147-6 / $50.00

Butler, Samuel, 1612–1680.
Hudibras: The Second Part. London, 1663. Rpt. Delmar, 1994. Introd. by George Wasserman, Russell Sage College. LC 93-42232. Pp. 148.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1469-9 / $50.00

Byles, Mather, 1707–1788.
Proteus Echo. Boston, 1727-28. Rpt. Delmar, 1986. Introd. by Bruce Granger, The University of Oklahoma. LC 86-31375. Pp. 220.
Addisonian essays and poems by Mather Byles, Matthew Adams, and John Adams, appearing in The New-England Weekly Journal.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1420-0 / $50.00

Byles, Mather, 1707–1788.
The Works of Mather Byles. Delmar, 1978. 19 v. in 1. Introd. by Benjamin Franklin V, University of South Carolina. LC 78-6439. Pp. 560.
Contents: Prose: The Character of the Perfect and Upright Man (1729); A Discourse on the Present Vileness of the Body (1732); The Glories of the Lord of Hosts (1740); Affection on Things Above (1740); The Flourish of the Annual Spring (1741); The Visit to Jesus by Night (1741); God Glorious in the Scenes of the Winter (1744); The Glorious Rest of Heaven (1745); The Prayer and Plea of David (1751); God the Strength and Portion of His People (1752); The Man of God Thoroughly Furnished to Every Good Work (1758); The Vanity of Every Man at His Best Estate (1761).
Poetry: A Poem on the Death of His Late Majesty King George (1727); A Poem Presented to His Excellency William Burnet (1728); On the Death of the Queen (1738); The Comet (1744); Poems. The Conflagration (1755).
Collections: Poems on Several Occasions (1744); A Collection of Poems by Several Hands (1744).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1309-8 / $75.00

C. H. Stoelting Company.
The Great Catalogue of the C. H. Stoelting Company, 1930–1937. Chicago, 1930–37. Rpt. Delmar, 1998. Introd. by John A. Popplestone, University of Akron, and Ryan D. Tweney, Bowling Green State University. LC 97-36171. Pp. 334.
Reprint of Apparatus, Tests and Supplies for Psychology, Psychiatry, Neurology, Anthropology, Phonetics, Physiology, and Pharmacology.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1504-7 / $75.00

Cà da Mosto, Alvise, 1432–1488.
Questa e una opera necessaria a tutti li naviga[n]ti. Venice, 1490. Bound with Pietro Martire d’Anghiera, Libretto detutta la navigatione de Re de Spagna (1504). Rpt. Delmar, 1992. Introd. by Felipe Fernández-Armesto, University of Oxford. LC 92-16473. Pp. 216.
Maritime History Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1472-9 / $100.00

Caius, John, 1510–1573.
A Boke or Counseill against the Disease Called the Sweate. London, 1552. Rpt. New York, 1937. Introd. by Archibald Malloch, M.D., New York Academy of Medicine. LC 38-14203. Pp. 102.
Contemporary epidemiological account by the foremost physician of his day.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1182-7 / OP
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Campbell, George, 1719–1796.
The Philosophy of Rhetoric. New York, 1841. Rpt. Delmar, 1992. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 91-46681. Pp. 424.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1460-6 / $60.00

Campion, Edmund, 1540–1581.
A Historie of Ireland. Dublin, 1633. Rpt. New York, 1940; Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Rudolf B. Gottfried, Indiana University. LC 41-6539. Pp. 168.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1191-9 / $50.00
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Caoursin, Guillaume, d. 1501.
The Siege of Rhodes. Transl. by John Kaye. London, 1482. With Aesopus, The Book of Subtyl Histories and Fables of Esope (1484) Rpt. Delmar, 1975. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Douglas Gray, Pembroke College, University of Oxford. LC 75-14086. Pp. 344.
Two incunable works from the press of William Caxton.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1154-4 / $60.00

Casaubon, Isaac, 1559–1614.
De Satyrica Graecorum Poesi & Romanorum Satira. Paris, 1605. Rpt. Delmar, 1973. Introd. by Peter E. Medine, University of Arizona. LC 72-13784. Pp. 392.
“One of the most important contributions to the study of Roman satire.”—Reprint Bulletin.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1115-5 / $60.00

Casaubon, Meric, 1599–1671.
A Letter of Meric Casaubon to Peter du Moulin Concerning Natural Experimental Philosophie. Cambridge, 1669. With Of Credulity and Incredulity, in Things Natural, Civil, and Divine (1668) and Of Credulity and Incredulity, in Things Divine and Spiritual (1670). Rpt. Delmar, 1977. 3 v. in 1. Introd. by David G. Lougee, Florida State University. LC 76-47045. Pp. 600.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1284-8 / $90.00

Casaubon, Meric, 1599–1671.
A Treatise Concerning Enthusiasme. 2d ed. London, 1656. Rpt. Gainesville, 1970. Introd. by Paul J. Korshin, University of Pennsylvania. LC 77-119864. Pp. 324.
Five types of religious fanaticism analyzed rationalistically: divinatory, philosophical, rhetorical, poetical, praying.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1077-6 / $50.00

Castlehaven, James Touchet, 3d Earl of, 1617?–1684.
The Earl of Castlehaven’s Memoirs of the Irish Wars. 2d ed. London, 1684. With Arthur Annesley, 1st Earl of Anglesey, A Letter from a Person of Honour in the Countrey (1681). Rpt. Delmar, 1974. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Douglas G. Greene, Old Dominion University. LC 74-3345. Pp. 332.
“An extremely rare and important original source on the Irish civil war of the 1640s [with] Arthur Annesley’s lengthy letter which was written as a rejoinder. Together the documents give important insight into the views of the opposing factions in Ireland.”—Reprint Bulletin.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1128-5 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0224-5 / $20.00

Cawdry, Robert.A Table Alphabeticall of Hard Usual English Wordes. London, 1604. Rpt. Gainesville, 1966; Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Robert A. Peters, Western Washington State College. LC 66-12119. Pp. 144.
The first English dictionary, this lexicographic milestone reflects Elizabethan ideas and tastes.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1007-3 / $50.00
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Channing, Edward Tyrrell, 1790–1856.
Lectures Read to the Seniors in Harvard College. Boston, 1856. Rpt. Delmar, 1997. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 96-53859. Pp. 336.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1502-3 / $60.00

Channing, William Ellery, 1817–1901.The Collected Poems of William Ellery Channing, the Younger. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. Introd. and indexes by Walter Harding, State University College, Geneseo, N.Y. LC 67-21749. Pp. 1,056.
Transcendentalist poems by a friend of Emerson and Thoreau.
Contents: Poem (1843), Poems: Second Series (1847), The Woodman and Other Poems (1849), Near Home (1858), The Wanderer (1871), Eliot (1885), John Brown, and the Heroes of Harper’s Ferry (1886), and 75 fugitive poems.
“His poetry constitutes a transcendentalist diary. Many lines are devoted to describing Emerson and his sons, Elizabeth Hoar, Marston and Mary Russell Watson, and so on, but the most valuable and extensive portrait is the intimate view of Thoreau that emerges from Thoreau, the Poet Naturalist and other works…. His verse reflects the typical preoccupations of American transcendentalists: Greek classics, Quarles, Wordsworth, Shelley, anti-slavery, Fourierism, John Brown, and, of course, Nature.”—Reprint Bulletin.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1009-7 / $100.00

Charke, Charlotte (Cibber), d. 1760?
A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke (Youngest Daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq.). 2d ed. London, 1755. Rpt. Gainesville, 1969. Introd. by Leonard R. N. Ashley, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. LC 70-81365. Pp. 316.
Fascinating autobiography of an actress-writer, with intimate glimpses of London and rural theatrical life. Illustrations.
 Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1065-3 / $50.00

Cheetham, James, 1772–1810.The Life of Thomas Paine. New York, 1809. Rpt. Delmar, 1989. Introd. by Lawrence M. Lasher, The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Campus. LC 89-10446. Pp. 368.
An outspoken opponent’s unflattering portrait of Paine.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1439-2 / $50.00

Cheyne, George, 1673–1743.
The English Malady; or, A Treatise of Nervous Diseases of All Kinds, as Spleen, Vapours, Lowness of Spirits, Hypochondriacal and Hysterical Distempers, etc. Dublin, 1733. Rpt. Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Eric T. Carlson, M.D., The New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center. LC 76-49853. Pp. 304.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1281-7 / $50.00

Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809–1858.
Conrad and Eudora. Philadelphia, 1834. With Birth-day Song of Liberty (1856). Rpt. Delmar, 1978. Introd. by Charles M. Lombard, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. LC 78-18338. Pp. 110.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1315-9 / $50.00

Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809–1858.
Nacoochee; or, The Beautiful Star, with Other Poems. New York, 1837. Rpt. Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Charles M. Lombard, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. LC 77-24233. Pp. 160.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1295-4 / $50.00

Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809–1858.
The Path of Sorrow. Franklin, Tenn., 1832. With Eonchs of Ruby (1851), Memoralia (1853), Virginalia (1853), and The Sons of Usna (1858). Rpt. Delmar, 1980. 5 v. in 1. Introd. by Charles M. Lombard, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. LC 79-22103. Pp. 580.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1340-1 / $80.00

Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809–1858.
Search after Truth. New York, 1848. With The Lost Pleiad (1845) and Atlanta (1853). Rpt. Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Charles M. Lombard, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. LC 76-18173. Pp. 144.
Aesthetic and mystical writings by the Swedenborgian poet whose work was admired by Poe.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1269-5 / $50.00

Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809–1858.
Unpublished Plays of Thomas Holley Chivers. Delmar, 1980. Introd. by Charles M. Lombard, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. LC 79-29747. Pp. 512.
Contents: Count Julian, Osceola, Charles Stuart, Leoni.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1350-0 / $75.00

Church of England. Homilies.
Certaine Sermons or Homilies, Appointed To Be Read in Churches, in the Time of Queen Elizabeth I, 1547–1571. London, 1623. Rpt. Gainesville, 1968; Delmar, 1993. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Mary Ellen Rickey and Thomas B. Stroup, University of Kentucky. LC 68-17016. Pp. 448.
Official sermons, often repeated, expounding Anglican doctrines.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1008-0 / $75.00

Cleland, James, d. 1627.
The Institution of a Young Noble Man. Vol. 1, Introduction and Text. London, 1607. Rpt. New York, 1948; Delmar, 1979. Introd. by Max Molyneux, University of Pittsburgh. LC 47-12445. Pp. 352.
Excellent account of educational theory and practice in the early 17th century by a teacher who adapted classical principles to the changing responsibilities of the nobility. A long introduction traces the sources of Cleland’s ideas.
 Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1216-9 / $60.00
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Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835–1910.
Contributions to The Galaxy, 1868–1871, by Mark Twain. Rpt. Gainesville, 1961; Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Bruce R. McElderry, Jr., University of Southern California. LC 61-5053. Pp. 160.
Twain’s only regular “humorous department in a magazine” is here made available for the first time. With a detailed introduction, notes, and bibliography. The illustrations include a portrait of Twain and his “Map of Paris.”
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1254-1 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0084-5 / $10.00

Clowes, William, 1540?–1604.
Profitable and Necessarie Booke of Observations. London, 1596. Rpt. New York, 1945. Introd. by DeWitt T. Starnes and Chauncey D. Leake, The University of Texas at Austin. LC 45-6808. Pp. 364.
Important Elizabethan medical book, probably known to Shakespeare; discusses gunshot wounds, military surgery, and syphilis, and prescribes medicaments.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1207-7 / OP
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Cobbett, William, 1763–1835.
A Grammar of the English Language. New York, 1832. Rpt. Delmar, 1986. Introds. by Charlotte M. Downey, R.S.M., Brown University, and Flor Aarts, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. LC 86-15574. Pp. 248.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1410-1 / $50.00

Coleridge and Geology.
Coleridge and Geology. Ed. and introd. by Dennis R. Dean, University of Wisconsin. Ann Arbor, 2004. LC 2004016218. Pp. 236.
History of Earth Sciences (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1548-1 / $75.00

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772–1834. See entries under Coleridge and Geology and Selected Works of James Marsh.
 
Colman, George, 1732–1794.
New Brooms! London, 1776. With The Manager in Distress (1780). Rpt. Delmar, 1980. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by J. Terry Frazier, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. LC 80-14205. Pp. 80.
Preludes to two 18th-century English plays, with Professor Frazier’s comprehensive essay.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1353-1 / $50.00

Colonna, Francesco, d. 1527.
Hypnerotomachia: The Strife of Love in a Dreame. Transl. by R. D. London, 1592. Rpt. Delmar, 1973, 1996. Introd. by Lucy Gent, London. LC 73-16223. Pp. 228.
Partial translation of Colonna’s Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (1499). A rich source of images and material for Elizabethan poets, dealing with matters such as time, words, art, and love.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1124-7 / $50.00

Colvill, Mr. (Robert), d. 1788.
Atalanta (1777) and Savannah (1780). Rpt. Delmar, 1987. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Richard Cargill Cole, Davidson College. LC 87-4553. Pp. 120.
Two Tory poems written during the War of Independence. Cloth
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Combe, Andrew, 1797–1847.
Observations on Mental Derangement, Being an Application of the Principles of Phrenology to the Elucidation of the Causes, Symptoms, Nature, and Treatment of Insanity. 1st American ed. Boston, 1834. Rpt. Delmar, 1972. Introd. by Anthony A. Walsh, University of New Hampshire. LC 72-161928. Pp. 352.
History of Psychology Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1089-9 / $50.00

Combe, George, 1788–1858.
The Constitution of Man Considered in Relation to External Objects. 3d American ed. Boston, 1834. Rpt. Delmar, 1974. Introd. by Eric T. Carlson, M.D., The New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center. LC 74-16109. Pp. 248.
An essay on the phrenological classification of human faculties.
History of Psychology Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1136-0 / $50.00

Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de, 1714–1780.
An Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge, Being a Supplement to Mr. Locke’s Essay on the Human Understanding. Transl. by Thomas Nugent. London, 1756. Rpt. Gainesville, 1971. Introd. by Robert G. Weyant, University of Calgary. LC 76-161929. Pp. 424.
This codification of Locke’s theories influenced Bentham, Spencer, and the Mills.
History of Psychology Series.
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Contemplations of the Dread and Love of God.
Contemplations of the Dread and Love of God. London, 1506. Rpt. Delmar, 1990. Introd. by Robert Boenig, Texas A & M University. LC 90-42799. Pp. 84.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1445-3 / $50.00

Conway, Anne (Finch), 1631–1679.
The Principles of the Most Ancient and Modern Philosophy. Amsterdam, 1690. Ed. and transl. by Peter Loptson, University of Saskatchewan. 2d ed. Delmar, 1998. LC 98-16731. Pp. 268.
Original Latin version of Conway’s metaphysical system with an English translation presented en face.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1509-2 / $50.00

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, Earl of Shaftesbury, 1671–1713.
An Inquiry Concerning Virtue. London, 1699. Rpt. Delmar, 1991. Introd. by Joseph Filonowicz, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus. LC 91-14925. Pp. 258.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1455-2 / $50.00

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789–1851.
Early Critical Essays, 1820–1822. Rpt. Gainesville, 1955; Delmar, 1977. Introd. by James Franklin Beard, Clark University. LC 55-11038. Pp. 160.
Six lengthy book reviews appearing in The Literary and ScientificRepository, and Critical Review, on Irving, C. M. Sedgwick, William Scoresby, and others. Important to an understanding of Cooper as novelist and historian.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1228-2 / $50.00
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Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789–1851.
The History of the Navy of the United States of America. Philadelphia, 1841. Rpt. Delmar, 1988. Introd. by R. D. Madison, United States Naval Academy. LC 88-33697. Pp. 502.
Excellent narrative account of the history of the U. S. Navy.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1430-9 / $75.00

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789–1851.
Tales for Fifteen. New York, 1823. Rpt. Gainesville, 1959; Delmar, 1977. Introd. by James Franklin Beard, Clark University. LC 59-6525. Pp. 240.
Two pseudonymous stories about youthful American heiresses.
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See also Mackenzie.
 
Cordemoy, Géraud de, d. 1684.
A Philosophicall Discourse Concerning Speech. London, 1668. With A Discourse Written to a Learned Frier (1670). Rpt. Delmar, 1972. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Barbara Ross, University of Massachusetts–Boston. LC 72-6400. Pp. 232.
History of Psychology Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1106-3 / $50.00

Cornwallis, William, Sir, 1579?–1614.
Discourses upon Seneca the Tragedian. London, 1601. Rpt. Gainesville, 1952; Delmar, 1978. Introd. by Robert Hood Bowers, University of Florida. LC 52-10576. Pp. 144.
Graceful essays discussing sentences drawn from Seneca’s dramas, which served as models in the Renaissance. Seneca’s somber stoicism affected Shakespeare and the whole of Elizabethan drama. A basic text in the transmission of classical influences on English literature.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1220-6 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0047-0 / $10.00

Cortés, Martín, 1532–1589.
The arte of navigation. London, 1561. Rpt. Delmar, 1992. Introd. by D. W. Waters, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. LC 92-16475. Pp. 218.
Includes 1 fold-out illustration.
Maritime History Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1471-2 / $75.00

Cotton, John, 1584–1652.
Gods Mercie Mixed with His Justice; or, His Peoples Deliverance in Times of Danger. London, 1641. Rpt. Gainesville, 1958; Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Everett H. Emerson, University of Massachusetts–Amherst. LC 58-5651. Pp. 160.
Six sermons on redemption by the influential Puritan preacher.
Listed in Books for College Libraries.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1242-8 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0069-2 / $10.00

Covell, L. T.
A Digest of English Grammar, Synthetical and Analytical. New York, 1866. Rpt. Delmar, 1989. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 89-24052. Pp. 224.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1441-5 / $50.00

Crackanthorpe, Hubert Montague, 1870–1896.
Collected Stories of Hubert Crackanthorpe, together with An Appreciation by Henry James. Rpt. Gainesville, 1969. 4 v. in 1. Introd. by William Peden, University of Missouri. LC 74-75379. Pp. 866.
British realism of the schools of Maupassant and James.
Contents: Wreckage: Seven Studies (1893), SentimentalStudies and A Set of Village Tales (1895), Vignettes: Miniature Journal of Whim and Sentiment (1896), Last Studies (1897).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1056-1 / $100.00

Cranch, Christopher Pearse, 1813–1892.
Collected Poems of Christopher Pearse Cranch, 1835–1892. Rpt. Gainesville, 1971. Introd. by Joseph M. DeFalco, Marquette University. LC 70-161930. Pp. 744.
Contents: The Bird and the Bell, with Other Poems (1875), Ariel and Caliban, with Other Poems (1887), Poems (1844), A Poem Delivered in the First Congregational Church in the Town of Quincy, May 25, 1840 (1841).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1091-2 / $90.00

Crane, Stephen, 1871–1900.
Maggie, A Girl of the Streets: A Story of New York. New York, 1893. Rpt. Gainesville, 1966; Delmar, 1978. Introd. by Joseph Katz, The Ohio State University. LC 66-20867. Pp. 192.
The scarce, unexpurgated edition of Crane’s first novel.
Listed in Books for Junior College Libraries.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1268-8 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0112-5 / $10.00

Crane, Stephen, 1871–1900.
The Red Badge of Courage. New York, 1894. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. Introd. by Joseph Katz, The Ohio State University. LC 67-26616. Pp. 120.
Syndicated newspaper version of Crane’s masterpiece, appearing in The New York Press of 9 December 1894. Helps to clarify Crane’s evolution as a fiction writer. Nine illustrations.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1010-3 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0126-2 / $10.00

Croker, Thomas Crofton, 1798–1854.
Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland. Ed. by Thomas Wright. With a Memoir of the author by T. F. Dillon Croker. London, 1825. Rpt. Delmar, 1983. Introd. by Neil C. Hultin and Warren U. Ober, University of Waterloo. LC 82-5885. Pp. 464.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1380-7 / OP

Croker, Thomas Crofton, 1798–1854.
Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland. Ed. by Thomas Wright. With a Memoir of the author by T. F. Dillon Croker. London, 1870. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2001. Introd. by Neil C. Hultin and Warren U. Ober, University of Waterloo. LC 2001000408. Pp. 674.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1535-1 / $75.00

[Croker, Thomas Crofton, 1798–1854, ed.]
The Keen of the South of Ireland, as Illustrative of Irish Political and Domestic History, Manners, Music, and Superstitions. Collected, edited, and chiefly translated by by T. Crofton Croker. London, 1844. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2005. Introd. by Neil C. Hultin and Warren U. Ober, University of Waterloo. LC 2005027880. Pp. 204.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1552-8 / $50.00

Croker, Thomas Crofton, 1798–1854.
Legends of the Lakes; or, Sayings and Doings at Killarney. Collected Chiefly from the Manuscripts of R. Adolphus Lynch. 2 v. London. 1829. Rpt. 2 v. in 1. Ann Arbor, 2008. Ed. with an Introduction and Notes by Neil C. Hultin and Warren U. Ober, University of Waterloo. LC 2008001283. Pp. 666.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1557-3 / $90.00

Curran, Stuart, comp.
Le Bossu and Voltaire on the Epic. Rpt. Gainesville, 1970. Introd. by Stuart Curran, University of Wisconsin–Madison. LC 70-133363. Pp. 374.
Theoretical statements about epics from Homer to Milton.
Contents: René Le Bossu, Treatise of the Epick Poem (1695); François Marie Arouet de Voltaire, Essay on Epick Poetry (1727).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1086-8 / $50.00

Dana, Richard Henry, 1815–1882.
The Seaman’s Friend; Containing a Treatise on Practical Seamanship, with Plates; a Dictionary of Sea Terms; Customs and Usages of the Merchant Service; Laws Relating to the Practical Duties of Master and Mariners. 6th ed. Boston, 1851. Rpt. Delmar, 1979. Introd. by Robert D. Madison, Northwestern University. LC 79-4623. Pp. 236.
Compendium of 19th-century sea lore, by the author of Two Years Before the Mast; with a wealth of details useful in reading tales of ships and men by Dana, Melville, and others.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1330-2 / $50.00
See also entry under Allston.

Daniel, Samuel, 1562–1619, tr.
The Collection of the Historie of England. London, 1618. Rpt. Delmar, 1986. Introd. by D. R. Woolf, Bishop’s University. LC 86-10208. Pp. 252.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1413-2 / $60.00
See also entry under Giovio.

Davies, Samuel, 1723–1761.
Collected Poems of Samuel Davies, 1723–1761. Rpt. Gainesville, 1968. Introd. by Richard Beale Davis, The University of Tennessee. LC 68-17019. Pp. 288.
Contents: Miscellaneous Poems, Chiefly on Divine Subjects (1752) and 42 fugitive poems by the fourth president of Princeton University.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1011-0 / $50.00
See also entry under Sermons and Cannonballs.

Davis, John, 1550?–1605.
The seamens secrets. London 1633. Rpt. Delmar, 1992. Introd. by A. N. Ryan, University of Liverpool. LC 92-21729. Pp. 136.
Includes 1 fold-out illustration.
Maritime History Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1475-0 / $75.00

Davis, John Francis, Sir, bart., 1795–1890.
Chinese Novels, Translated from the Originals, To Which Are Added Proverbs and Moral Maxims Collected from Their Classical Books and Other Sources. The Whole Prefaced by Observations on the Language and Literature of China. London, 1822. Rpt. Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Ben Harris McClary, Middle Georgia College. LC 76-43332. Pp. 296.
One of the first books in English on the language and literature of China.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1278-7 / $50.00

Day, Angell, fl. 1586.
The English Secretary; or, Methods of Writing Epistles and Letters, with A Declaration of Such Tropes, Figures, and Schemes, as Either Usually or for Ornament Sake are Therein Required. 2 v. London, 1599. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Robert O. Evans, University of Kentucky. LC 67-10122. Pp. 312.
A manual and rhetoric of figures.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1012-7 / $50.00
See also Elegies for Sir Philip Sidney.

Day, Henry Noble, 1808–1890.
The Art of Discourse: A System of Rhetoric. New York, 1868. Rept. Delmar, 1998. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 98-19071. Pp. 380.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1513-9 / $50.00

Dean, Dennis R.
Romantic Landscapes: Geology and Its Cultural Influence in Britain, 17651835. By Dennis R. Dean, Evanston, Ill. Ann Arbor, 2007. LC 2007000331. Pp. 604.
Examines the pervasive influence of geology throughout the Romantic period, with many examples of verbal and pictorial art, aiding in a broader understanding of certain writers and artists and offering insights into their views of the proper relationships of science, literature, art, and humanity. Contains more than 160 illustrations, including many in full color.
History of Earth Sciences (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1555-9 / $200.00

Defoe, Daniel, 1661?–1731.
Conjugal Lewdness; or, Matrimonial Whoredom: A Treatise on the Use and Abuse of the Marriage Bed. London, 1727. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. Introd. by Maximillian E. Novak, University of California, Los Angeles. LC 67-10178. Pp. 426.
A treatise of ethics in love, sex, and marriage.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1013-4 / $75.00

Defoe, Daniel, 1661?–1731.
The Family Instructor. London, 1715. Rpt. Delmar, 1989. Introd. by Paula R. Backscheider, University of Rochester. LC 89-10776. Pp. 464.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1440-8 / $60.00

Defoe, Daniel, 1661?–1731.
The Manufacturer. Nos. 1–86. London, 1719–21. Rpt. Delmar, 1979. Introd. by Robert N. Gosselink, University of Waterloo. LC 78-11810. Pp. 250.
The complete run of 86 issues, 55 more than previously known to bibliographers. Provides new insights into Defoe’s techniques of argumentation and persuasion, especially nos. 43–60 in which he inveighs against corruption in trade and nos. 66–69 where he uses scare tactics, exploiting fear of the plague with devastating effect. Appended are 12 related issues of The British Merchant and eight of The Weaver.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1324-1 / $75.00

De Mille, James, 1833–1880.
The Elements of Rhetoric. New York, 1878. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2000. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 00-010491. Pp. 590.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1531-3 / $75.00

Denison, Stephen, d. 1649 or 50.
The Monument or Tombe-stone: A Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Juxon. London, 1622. Rpt. Delmar, 1996. Introd. by Bettie Anne Doebler and Retha M. Warnicke, Arizona State University. LC 96-21877. Pp. 96.
Funeral Sermons for Women, 1601–1630.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1498-9 / $50.00

Dennie, Joseph, 1768–1812.
The Farrago. [wr. 1792-1802.] Rpt. Delmar, 1985. Introd. by Bruce Granger, University of Oklahoma. LC 85-18417. Pp. 104.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1406-4 / $50.00

Dennie, Joseph, 1768–1812.
The Lay Preacher. Walpole, 1796. Rpt. New York, 1943; Delmar, 1979. Introd. by Milton Ellis, University of Maine. LC 43-9749. Pp. 196.
Urbane essays by one of America’s first important essayists.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1204-6 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0030-2 / $15.00

Derricke, John, fl. 1581.
The Image of Irelande, with a Discouerie of Woodkarne. London, 1581; Rpt. London, 1883. With an Introduction and Notes by Sir Walter Scott (1809) and John Small (1883). Rpt. Delmar, 1998. Edited by F. J. Sypher, New York, N.Y. LC 98-7328. Pp. 184.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1511-5 / $50.00

Diaries of the Popish Plot.
Diaries of the Popish Plot, 1678–1685; Being the Diaries of Israel Tonge, Sir Robert Southwell, John Joyne, Edmund Warcup, and Thomas Dangerfield. Rpt. Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Douglas G. Greene, Old Dominion University. LC 77-938. Pp. 292.
Hitherto uncollected diaries of five of the principal figures in the Plot. Also included: Titus Oates, A True Narrative of the Horrid Plot and Conspiracy of the Popish Party against the Life of His Sacred Majesty, the Government, and the Protestant Religion (1679). “This collection of original material on the Popish Plot, replete with a fine index, annotation, and other necessary scholarly appurtenances, makes the book a significant addition to Stuart studies.”—Reprint Bulletin.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1288-6 / $50.00

Dickinson, Emily, 1830–1886.
Poems, 1890–1896. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967; Delmar, 1986. 3 v. in 1. Introd. by George Monteiro, Brown University. LC 67-25640. Pp. 624.
The indispensable volumes of 1890, 1891, and 1896.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1014-1 / $75.00

Dilworth, Thomas, d. 1780.
A New Guide to the English Tongue. Philadelphia, [1793]. Rpt. Delmar, 1978. Introd. by Charlotte Downey, Brown University. LC 78-14283. Pp. 176.
American Linguistics, 1700–1900 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1322-7 / $50.00

Digges, Dudley, Sir, 1583–1639. See Gentleman.

The Discription of the Contrey of Aphrique.
The Discription of the Contrey of Aphrique. Transl. by William Prat. London, 1554. Rpt. Delmar, 1972. Introd. by Lillian Gottesman, Bronx Community College. LC 72-4497. Pp. 192.
A reflection of the Renaissance view of the African continent.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1105-6 / $50.00

Distaves and Dames.
Distaves and Dames: Renaissance Treatises For and About Women. Rpt. Delmar, 1978. 4 v. in 1. Introd. by Diane Bornstein, Queens College of the City University of New York. LC 78-15069. Pp. 808.
Contents: Fouquart de Cambrai, The Gospelles of Dystaves, transl. by Henry Watson (n.d., c. 1507–1515); The Northren Mother’s Blessing (1597); Christine de Pizan, The Boke of the Cyte of Ladyes, transl. by Brian Anslay (1521); Juan Luis Vives, A Very Frutefull and Pleasant Boke Called The Instruction of a Christen Woman, transl. by Richard Hyrd (1529).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1317-3 / $90.00

Dives and Pauper.
Dives and Pauper. London, 1493. Rpt. Delmar, 1973. Introd. and index by Francis J. Sheeran, Marquette University. LC 73-17391. Pp. 532.
“An important document for the study of English religious thought in the Middle Ages…. Professor Sheeran’s essay will become the standard commentary.”—Reprint Bulletin.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1111-7 / $90.00

Doesticks, Q. K. Philander, 1831–1875.
Doesticks: What He Says. By Mortimer Neal Thomson. New York, 1855. Rpt. Delmar, 1986. Introd. by Edward J. Piacentino, High Point College. LC 86-1882. Pp. 360.
Thirty-six sketches describing foibles of New York society, by an early popular humorist.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1411-8 / $50.00

Donne, John, 1572–1631.
Letters to Severall Persons of Honour. London, 1651. Rpt. Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Thomas M. Hester, North Carolina State University at Raleigh. LC 77-10078. Pp. 328.
Contains 128 letters written by Donne between 1600 and 1631, collected and published by his son in 1651, illustrating Donne’s character, his relationships with his family, his flattery of his patrons, his religious attitudes, his views of current happenings, and his increasing involvement in public affairs.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1296-1 / $75.00

Donne, John, 1572–1631.
Pseudo-Martyr. London, 1610. Rpt. Delmar, 1974. Introd. by F. J. Sypher, State University of New York at Albany. LC 74-16215. Pp. 448.
Donne’s bid for royal patronage, a defense of James I’s Triplici Nodo Triplex Cuneus and the Oath of Allegiance for Catholics.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1140-7 / $75.00

Donne, John, 1572–1631.
A Sermon of Commemoration of the Lady Danvers, Late Wife of Sr. John Danvers. London, 1627. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2006. Introd. by Retha M. Warnicke and Bettie Anne Doebler, Arizona State University. LC 2006021963. Pp. 220.
Donne’s sermon celebrating the life of Lady Magdalen Herbert Danvers, mother of poet George Herbert.
Funeral Sermons for Women, 1601–1630 (Series). 
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1554-2 / $50.00

Drake, Daniel, 1785–1852.
Discourse on the History, Character, and Prospects of the West. Cincinnati, 1834. Rpt. Gainesville, 1955. Introd. by Perry Miller, Harvard University. LC 55-11215. Pp. 68.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1229-9 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0056-2 / $5.00

Drummond, William, Sir, 1770?–1828.
Academical Questions. London, 1805. Rpt. Delmar, 1984. Introd. by Terence Allan Hoagwood, The Pennsylvania State University. LC 84-13925. Pp. 448.
Drummond’s celebrated treatment of philosophical scepticism; influential upon Shelley, who called Drummond “the most acute metaphysical critic of the age.”
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1398-2 / $75.00

Drummond, William, Sir, 1770?–1828.
 Philosophical Sketches of the Principles of Society and Government. London, 1795. Rpt. Delmar, 1986. Introd. by Terence Allan Hoagwood, Texas A & M University. LC 86-17791. Pp. 194.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1418-7 / $50.00

Dryden and Shadwell.
Dryden and Shadwell: The Literary Controversy and Mac Flecknoe (1668–1679). Delmar, 1977. Ed. by Richard L. Oden, Eastern New Mexico University. LC 77-5952. Pp. 328.
Documents from its beginning Dryden’s most important literary quarrel, which led directly to his Mac Flecknoe (wr. ?1676–78), perhaps the greatest short satiric poem in English literature. Contains previously unpublished manuscript materials and extensive annotations.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1289-3 / $50.00

Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, Seigneur, 1544–1590.
Bartas: His Devine Weekes and Workes. Transl. by Joshua Sylvester. London, 1605. Rpt. Gainesville, 1965; Delmar, 1977. Introd. by Francis C. Haber, University of Florida. LC 65-10398. Pp. 640.
The great encyclopedic poems that summed up the learning of the age and provided Calvinistic images for much later writing.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1265-7 / $90.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0106-4 / $35.00

Duff, William, 1732–1815.
Critical Observations on the Writings of the Most Celebrated Original Geniuses in Poetry. London, 1770. Rpt. Delmar, 1973. Introd. by William Bruce Johnson, State University of New York. LC 73-9526. Pp. 392.
A psychology of the creative process dealing with the operations of the human mind, with the effect of art on the reader or spectator, and with the means of achieving particular effects.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1119-3 / $60.00

Duff, William, 1732–1815.
An Essay on Original Genius and Its Various Modes of Exertion in Philosophy and the Fine Arts, Particularly in Poetry. London, 1767. Rpt. Gainesville, 1964; Delmar, 1978. Introd. by John L. Mahoney, Boston College. LC 64-10669. Pp. 328.
A psychology of the creative process in literature and art; emergent romanticism in literary theory.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1261-9 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0099-9 / $20.00

Duffy, Charles Gavan, Sir, 1816–1903, ed.
The Ballad Poetry of Ireland. 40th ed. Dublin, 1869. Rpt. Delmar, 1973. Introd. by Leonard R. N. Ashley, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. LC 72-13882. Pp. 264.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1116-2 / $50.00

Dunlap, William, 1766–1839.
Adaptations of European Plays. Rpt. Delmar, 1988. 6 v. in 1. Introd. by Julian Mates, C. W. Post Campus of Long Island University. LC 87-35629. Pp. 248.
Contents: Fontainville Abbey (1806), Tell Truth and Shame the Devil (1797), Peter the Great (1814), The Voice of Nature (1803), The Good Neighbor (1814), The Wife of Two Husbands (1804).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1428-6 / $50.00

Dunlap, William, 1766–1839.
Five Plays of William Dunlap. Rpt. Delmar, 1991. 5 v. in 1. Introd. by Julian Mates, C. W. Post Campus of Long Island University. LC 91-12032. Pp. 368.
Contents: Ribbemont (1803), Lover’s Vows (1814), The Virgin of the Sun (1800), Fraternal Discord (1809), A Trip to Niagara (1830).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1454-5 / $50.00

Dunlap, William, 1766–1839.
Four Plays (1789–1812). Rpt. Delmar, 1976. 4 v. in 1. Introd. by Julian Mates, C. W. Post Campus of Long Island University. LC 76-46978. Pp. 252.
Representative works by “the father of the American stage.”
Contents: The Father of an Only Child (1789), Leicester (1807), The Italian Father (1810), Yankee Chronology (1812).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1283-1 / $50.00

Dunlap, William, 1766–1839.
More Plays of William Dunlap. Rpt. Delmar, 1995. 5 v. in 1. Introd. by Julian Mates, C. W. Post Campus of Long Island University. LC 95-38126. Pp. 336.
Contents: Cuttgrisingwoldes (1788); André (1798); False Shame (1799); Abaellino (1802); Thirty Years (1828).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1495-8 / $50.00

The Musical Works of William Dunlap.
The Musical Works of William Dunlap. Rpt. Delmar, 1980. 4 v. in 1. Introd. by Julian Mates, C. W. Post Campus of Long Island University. LC 79-24504. Pp. 288.
Contents: Darby’s Return (1791); The Archers (1796); The Wild Goose Chace (1800); The Glory of Columbia—Her Yeomanry (1817).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1348-7 / $50.00

D’Urfey, Thomas, 1653–1723.
Butler’s Ghost: or, Hudibras, the Fourth Part. London, 1682. Rpt. Delmar, 1984. Introd. by James L. Thorson, The University of New Mexico. LC 84-13916. Pp. 224.
A bawdy, slashing attack on the Whig faction led by Shaftesbury, in the aftermath of the Popish Plot and Exclusion crises.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1399-9 / $50.00

Dwight, Theodore, 1764–1846.
Sketches of Scenery and Manners in the United States. New York, 1829. Rpt. Delmar, 1983. Introd. by John F. Sears, Vassar College. LC 82-10258. Pp. 216.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1383-8 / $50.00
See also entries under Franklin (two entries).

Dwight, Timothy, 1752–1817.
The Major Poems of Timothy Dwight, together with A Dissertation on the History, Eloquence, and Poetry of the Bible. Rpt. Gainesville, 1969. Introd. by William J. McTaggart and William K. Bottorff, University of Toledo. LC 68-24207. Pp. 574.
Contents: America; or, a Poem of the Settlement of the British Colonies [1780], The Conquestof Canaan [1785], The Triumph of Infidelity (1788), Greenfield Hill (1794), A Dissertation on the History, Eloquence, and Poetry of the Bible (1792).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1059-2 / $75.00

Early Accounts of Life in Colonial Virginia.
Early Accounts of Life in Colonial Virginia. Rpt. Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Wesley F. Craven, New York University. LC 75-42069. Pp. 144.
Three works dealing with the early settlement in Virginia.
Contents: Robert Gray, A Good Speed to Virginia (1609); Richard Rich, Newes from Virginia (1610); Alexander Whitaker, Good Newes from Virginia (1613).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1165-0 / $50.00

EARLY AMERICAN LITERARY AND HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS (SERIES). Ed. by Ronald A. Bosco, State University of New York at Albany. 1 title pub. to date: See entry under Taylor (4 v.).

Edwards, Jonathan, 1703–1758.
A History of the Work of Redemption, Containing the Outlines of a Body of Divinity, in a Method Entirely New. 2nd ed. Edinburgh, 1799. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2006. Introd. by William J. Scheick, The University of Texas at Austin. LC 2006007046. Pp. 456.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1553-5 / $75.00

Egerton, Sarah Fyge.
Poems on Several Occasions. London, 1703. Rpt. Delmar, 1987. Introd. by Constance Clark, Graduate Center of the City University of New York. LC 87-16521. Pp. 160.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1423-1 / $50.00

Elegies for Sir Philip Sidney.
Elegies for Sir Philip Sidney. Rpt. Delmar, 1980. 8 v. in 1. Introd. by A. J. Colaianne, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and W. L. Godshalk, University of Cincinnati. LC 80-14236. Pp. 424.
Contents: Thomas Lant, Sequitur celebritas & pompa funeris (1587); Cambridge, University, Academiae Cantabrigiensis lacrymae, tumulo nobilissimi equitis, D. Phillippi Sidneij sacratae, ed. Alexander Neville (1587); Oxford, University, Exequiae illustrissimi equitis D. Philippi Sidnaei, ed. John Lloyd (1587), Oxford, University, New College, Peplus illustrissimi viri D. Philippi Sidnaei supremis honoribus dicatus, ed. William Gager (1587); George Whetstone, Sir Philip Sidney, His Honorable Life, His Valiant Death, and True Vertues (1587); John Phillip, The Life and Death of Sir Philip Sidney (1587); Angell Day, Upon the Life and Death of Sir Philip Sidney (1587); Georgius Benedicti, Epitaphia in mortem Philippi Sidneij (1587).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1345-6 / $75.00

Ellis, Charles Mayo, 1818–1878, supposed author.
An Essay on Transcendentalism. Boston, 1842. Rpt. Gainesville, 1954. Introd. by Walter Harding, University of Virginia. LC 54-10045. Pp. 120.
The first little book to present the basic beliefs of Transcendentalism, with its new concepts of criticism, art, government and social organization, religion, and moral obligation.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1223-7 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0050-0 / $10.00

Elyot, Thomas, Sir, 1490?–1546.
Bibliotheca Eliotae: Eliotis Librarie. Augmented by Thomas Cooper. London, 1548. Rpt. Delmar, 1975. Introd. by Lillian Gottesman, Bronx Community College. LC 74-23334. Pp. 1,168.
Latin-English dictionary used in Tudor times.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1146-9 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0238-2 / $60.00

Elyot, Thomas, Sir, 1490?–1546.
The Castel of Health. London, 1541. Rpt. New York, 1936, 1938; Delmar, 1979. Introd. by Samuel A. Tannenbaum, M.D., New York. LC 37-11679. Pp. 228.
Popular Tudor medical work on hygiene, based upon Galen.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1176-6 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0002-9 / $15.00

Elyot, Thomas, Sir, 1490?–1546.
Four Political Treatises. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. Introd. by Lillian Gottesman, Bronx Community College. LC 67-10273. Pp. 440.
Four essays on the education and qualifications of kings.
Contents: The Doctrinal of Princes (1533), Pasquil the Playne (1533), The Banquette of Sapience (1534), The Image of Governance (1541).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1015-8 / $60.00
See also entries under The Feminist Controversy of the Renaissance, Pepper.

EMBLEM BOOKS. See entries under Giovio, Jenner, La Perrière, Noot, Paradin, Quarles, Willet.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803–1882.
Nature. Boston, 1836. Rpt. New York, 1940. Introd. by Kenneth Walter Cameron, North Carolina State University at Raleigh. LC 41-11940. Pp. 190.
The first of Emerson’s books; contains the essence of his Transcendentalist philosophy. With an Index-Concordance.
Listed in Books for College Libraries.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1192-6 / OP
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0018-0 / $10.00
See also Aesthetic Papers.

Ephelia.
Poems by Ephelia (c. 1679): The Premier Facsimile Edition of the Collected Manuscript and Published Poems. Rpt. Delmar, 1992. Introd. by Maureen E. Mulvihill, The Princeton Research Forum. LC 92-15119. Pp. 278.
Contents: A Poem To His Sacred Majesty, On the Plot (1678); Female Poems On Several Occasions (1679); Advice To His Grace [Monmouth] (1681); “An Elegie On Sr. Thomas Isham, Baronet” [August 1681]; two speculative attributions from D’Uffet’s New Poems (1676).
The first scholarly edition of a long-lost pseudonymous Restoration writer. Includes a lengthy critical essay, six appendices, and 19 illustrations.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1463-7 / $50.00

Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536?
The Comparation of a Vyrgin and a Martyr. Transl. by Thomas Paynell. London, 1537. Rpt. Gainesville, 1970. Introd. by William James Hirten, Siena College. LC 70-101148. Pp. 126.
Translation of Virginis et Martyris Comparatio. Good example of Erasmus’s essay style.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1072-1 / $50.00

Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536?
The Complaint of Peace. Transl. by Thomas Paynell, London, 1559. Rpt. New York, 1946; Delmar, 1976. Introd. by William James Hirten, Rutgers University. LC 46-5043. Pp. 184.
Translation of Erasmus’s Querela Pacis. Passionate and persuasive plea for peaceful resolution of international disputes. Includes a modernized translation.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1211-4 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0038-8 / $10.00

Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536?
De Contemptu Mundi. Transl. by Thomas Paynell. London, 1533. Rpt. Gainesville, 1967. Introd. by William James Hirten, Siena College. LC 67-18715. Pp. 224.
Classic discussion of the pleasant epicureanism of monastic life, sensitively translated. Erasmus reveals a warm enthusiasm for the great Latin writings.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1016-5 / $50.00

Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536?
Proverbs or Adages Gathered out of the Chiliades and Englished by Richard Taverner. London, 1569. Rpt. Gainesville, 1956; Delmar, 1977. Introd. by DeWitt T. Starnes, The University of Texas at Austin. LC 55-11634. Pp. 160.
Translation of Collectanea Adagiorum. Collection of 230 Latin proverbs with their English equivalents and occasional annotations.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1232-9 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0059-3 / $10.00

Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536?
The First Tome or Volume of the Paraphrase of Erasmus upon the Newe Testamente. Transl. by Nicholas Udall, Thomas Caius, and Mary Tudor. London, 1548. Rpt. Delmar, 1975. Introd. by John N. Wall, Jr., North Carolina State University at Raleigh. LC 75-23361. Pp. 1,334.
Erasmus’s treatment of the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. “This extraordinary volume of Erasmus is certainly one of the few most important pieces of the Reformation … [and] became along with the Bible and the Book of Common Prayer (1549), a major force in shaping the popular theology of the Anglican Church.”—Reprint Bulletin.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1159-9/ $100.00

Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536?
Tudor Translations of the Colloquies of Erasmus, 1536–1584. Rpt. Delmar, 1972. Introd. by Dickie A. Spurgeon, University of Maryland. LC 74-161931. Pp. 376.
Translations of Peregrinatio Religionis Ergo; Epicureus; Cyclops, sive Evangeliophorus; De Rebus ac Vocabulis; Congiugium; Diversoria; Proci et Puellae; Adolescentis et Scorti, and Alcumystica. Model essays on marriage, education, government, war, death, travel, diet, and religion.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1097-4 / $60.00
See also entries under Pepper, Sherry.

Escosura, Ignacio Léon y, 1834–1901.
Letters & Sketches Addressed to Samuel Putnam Avery, 1884–1899, by Ignacio Léon y Escosura. Ann Arbor, 2004. Compiled, Edited, and Transcribed from Manuscript by Madeleine Fidell Beaufort, Richard P. Welcher, and Jeanne K. Welcher. With an Introduction, Notes, and Appendixes by Madeleine Fidell Beaufort. LC 2004008387. Pp. 340.
Correspondence between a Spanish artist and a leading New York art dealer at the end of the 19th century, with more than 50 sketches or “croquis.” Included in appendices are auction-sale records of Escosura paintings and a preliminary survey of his artistic output.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1541-2 / $75.00

Etzler, John Adolphus.
The Collected Works of John Adolphus Etzler. Rpt. Delmar, 1977. 6 v. in 1. Introd. by Joel Nydahl, The University of Michigan. LC 77-7124. Pp. 426.
Writings by a 19th-century American immigrant, inventor, and utopian visionary.
Contents: The Paradise within the Reach of All Men, Without Labor, by Powers of Nature and Machinery (1833); The New World or Mechanical System (1841); Description of the Naval Automaton, Invented by J. A. Etzler (1841?); Dialogue on Etzler’s Paradise: Between Messrs. Clear, Flat, Dunce, and Grudge (1843); Emigration to the Tropical World, for the Melioration of All Classes of People of All Nations (1844?); Two Visions of J. A. Etzler (1844?).
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Evelyn, John, 1620–1706. See Public and Private Life in the Seventeenth Century.

Everett, David, 1770–1813.
Works of David Everett. Rpt. Delmar, 1983. 10 v. in 1. Introd. by Benjamin Franklin V, University of South Carolina. LC 82-3390. Pp. 464.
Contents: Extracts from Caleb Bingham, The Columbian Orator (1799); Common Sense in Dishabille; or, The Farmer’s Monitor (1799); Daranzel; or, The Persian Patriot (1800); An Address on the Principles of Free Masonry (1804); An Oration in Vindication of Free Masonry (1804); An Oration Pronounced … July 4, 1804 (1804); From the Carrier of the Farmer’s Cabinet (1805); An Essay on the Rights and Duties of Nations (1807); An Introductory Address, in William Charles White, An Oration … Delivered in Boston, July 4th, 1809 (1809); Demonstration of the Divinity of the Scriptures (1811).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1378-4 / $75.00

Ewell, Alice Maude, 1860–1946.
Alice Maude Ewell’s Atlantic Monthly Fiction, 1892–1905. Rpt. Delmar, 1997. Introd. by William J. Scheick, The University of Texas at Austin. LC 96-53860. Pp. 136.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1503-0 / $50.00

Ewell, Alice Maude, 1860–1946.
Alice Maude Ewell’s Peterson’s Magazine Fiction, 1884–1894. Rpt. Delmar, 1998. Introd. by William J. Scheick, The University of Texas at Austin. LC 98-17473. Pp. 250.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1512-2 / $50.00

Ewell, Alice Maude, 1860–1946.
Alice Maude Ewell’s Manuscripts and Miscellaneous Writings. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2008. Ed. and introd. by William J. Scheick, The University of Texas at Austin. LC 2008012206. Pp. 510.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1559-3 / $90.00

Faleiro, Francisco, fl. 1535.
Tratado del esphera y del arte del marear. Seville, 1535. Rpt. Delmar, 1998. Introd. by Timothy J. Coates, College of Charleston. LC 97-46534. Pp. 118.
Maritime History Series.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1479-8 / $55.00

Fane, Violet, 1843–1905.
Denzil Place: A Story in Verse. By Violet Fane (Mary Montgomerie Lamb Singleton Currie). London, 1875. Rpt. Delmar, 1996. Introd. by Terence Alan Hoagwood and Nicole Stewart, Texas A & M University. LC 96-26174. Pp. 264.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1501-6 / $50.00

The Female Reader.
The Female Reader. Comp. by Mary Wollstonecraft. London, 1789. Rpt. Delmar, 1980. Introd. by Moira Ferguson, The University of Nebraska–Lincoln. LC 79-27565. Pp. 464.
The first educational anthology published by a woman, for and about women. Displays Wollstonecraft’s literary eclecticism, early interest in education, and hitherto undocumented religious orientation.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1347-0 / $75.00

The Feminist Controversy of the Renaissance.
The Feminist Controversy of the Renaissance. Rpt. Delmar, 1980. 3 v. in 1. Introd. by Diane Bornstein, Queens College of the City University of New York. LC 80-14701. Pp. 200.
Three tracts on feminine pre-eminence. Contents: Guillaume Alexis, Prieur de Bucy (d. 1486?), “An Argument betwyxt Man and Woman and Which of Them Could Prove To Be Most Excellent” (1525); Sir Thomas Elyot (1490?–1546), “The Defence of Good Women” (1545); Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim (1486?–1535), “Female Pre-eminence; or, the Dignity and Excellence of That Sex above the Male” (1670).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1343-2 / $50.00

Fielding, Henry, 1707–1754. See History of Our Own Times, Murphy.

Fielding, Sarah, 1710–1768.
The Cry: A New Dramatic Fable. London, 1754. Rpt. Delmar, 1986, 1997. 3 v. in 1.; 4 pp. on 1. Introd. by Mary Anne Schofield, Saint Bonaventure University. LC 86-11887. Pp. 248.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1416-3 / $50.00

Firdawsi.
Suhrab and Rustam: A Poem from the Shah Namah of Firdausi. Rpt. Delmar, 1972. Introd. by Leonard R. N. Ashley, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. LC 72-3772. Pp. 208.
Contents: “Soohrab: A Poem” (1814), transl. James Atkinson. An early English translation of the key segment of the great Persian epic by the 10th-century poet Firdawsi.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1103-2 / $50.00

The First Female Detectives.
The First Female Detectives: The Female Detective (1864) and Revelations of a Lady Detective (1864). Repr. Ann Arbor, 2010. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Dagni Bredesen, Eastern Illinois University. LC 2010009859. Pp. 354.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1562-7 / $60.00

Fitz-Geffry, Charles, 1575?–1638.
Deaths Sermon unto the Living. London, 1620. Bound with William Crashaw, The Honour of Vertue (1620). Rpt. Delmar, 1999. Introd. by Bettie Anne Doebler and Retha M. Warnicke, Arizona State University. LC 99-36894. Pp. 112.
Funeral Sermons for Women, 1601–1630 (Series).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1527-6 / $55.00

Flint, Timothy, 1780–1840.
A Condensed Geography and History of the Western States, or the Mississippi Valley. 2 v. Cincinnati, 1828. Rpt. Gainesville, 1970. 2 v. Introd. by Bernard Rosenthal, State University of New York at Binghamton. LC 70-119865. Pp. 1,136.
An early readable and opinionative authentic interpretation, with statistics, charts, and catalogues of trees, fishes, rocks, etc. The source for literary works as varied as Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Herman Melville’s The Confidence Man.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1076-9 / $150.00

Florio, John, 1553?–1625.
Second Frutes. London, 1591. Rpt. Gainesville, 1953; Delmar, 1977. Introd. by R. C. Simonini, Jr., Longwood College. LC 53-11448. Pp. 224.
This Italian-English dialogue language-lesson book is perhaps the most attractive and significant to modern readers of all Elizabethan books of this type. Rich in allusions to contemporaries like Spenser, Wyatt, Surrey, Lyly, Harvey, Southampton, and the Queen, the conversations deal with literary criticism, fencing, tennis, the art of translation, and many other topics. Especially notable for its proverbs and idiomatic usage, giving common Renaissance phrases and idioms about clothes, dining, gaming, sports, compliments, courtiers, sleeping, etc.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1222-0 / $50.00
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Ford, William , b. 1559.
A Sermon Preached at Constantinople at the Funerall of Lady Anne Glover. London, 1616. Rpt. Ann Arbor, 2005. Introd. by Bettie Anne Doebler and Retha M. Warnicke, Arizona State University. LC 2005015252. Pp. 136.
Funeral Sermons for Women, 1601–1630 (Series). 
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1550-4 / $55.00

Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697–1769.
Sermons of Thomas Foxcroft of Boston. Rpt. Delmar, 1983. Introd. by Ronald A. Bosco, State University of New York at Albany. LC 82-10457. Pp. 360.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1387-6 / $50.00

Foxe, John, 1516–1587.
The English Sermons of John Foxe. Rpt. Delmar, 1978. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Warren W. Wooden, Marshall University. LC 77-29100. Pp. 384.
Two strongly evangelical sermons by the famous martyrologist.
Contents: A Sermon of Christ Crucified (1570); A Sermon Preached at the Christening of a Certaine Jew (1578).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1267-1 / $60.00

Franklin, Benjamin, comp.
The Poetry of the Minor Connecticut Wits, 1791–1818. Rpt. Gainesville, 1970. Introd. by Benjamin Franklin V, The University of Michigan. LC 68-17015. Pp. 1,010.
Contents: Collaborative works, and poems by Richard Alsop, Elihu Hubbard Smith, Lemuel Hopkins, and Theodore Dwight. Includes The Echo (1807), Alsop’s The Charms of Fancy and The Enchanted Lake, and Smith’s opera Edwin and Angelina.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1066-0 / $90.00

Franklin, Benjamin, comp.
The Prose of the Minor Connecticut Wits. Rpt. Delmar, 1974. 3 v. Introd. by Benjamin Franklin V, The University of Michigan. LC 74-11124. Pp. 1,934.
Contents: Vol. 1, Theodore Dwight, An Oration, Spoken before the Society of the Cincinnati, of the State of Connecticut, on the 4th of July, 1792 (1792); An Oration, Spoken before ‘The Connecticut Society, for the Promotion of Freedom and the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage’ (1794); An Oration, Spoken at Hartford, in the State of Connecticut, on the Anniversary of American Independence, July 4th, 1798 (1798); An Oration, Delivered at New-Haven on the 7th of July, A.D. 1801, before the Society of the Cincinnati, for the State of Connecticut, Assembled to Celebrate the Anniversary of American Independence (1801); Remarks on the Documents Accompanying the Late Message of President Madison, to Which Are Appended Some Additional Observations (1810); An Answer to Certain Parts of a Work Published by Mathew Carey, Entitled ‘The Olive Branch, or, Faults on Both Sides’ (1816).
Vol. 2: Theodore Dwight, History of the Hartford Convention, with a Review of the Policy of the United States Government, Which Led to the War of 1812 (1833); The Character of Thomas Jefferson, as Exhibited in His Own Writings (1839).
Vol. 3: Richard Alsop, To the Freemen of the State of Connecticut (1803); Etienne Gosse, The Lovers of La Vendée, or, Revolutionary Tyranny, transl. Richard Alsop (2 v., 1808); Elihu Hubbard Smith, Preface to American Poems, Selected and Original (1793); Address, &c (1796); Advertisement for Alcuin, A Dialogue, by Charles Brockden Brown (1798); A Discourse, Delivered April 11, 1798, at the Request of and Before the New York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been or May Be Liberated (1798); biographical sketches of the Connecticut Wits from The Monthly Magazine (1798).
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1132-2 / $200.00

Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752–1832.
A Collection of Poems on American Affairs and a Variety of Other Subjects, Written between the Years of 1797 and the Present Time. New York, 1815. Rpt. Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Lewis Leary, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. LC 76-15581. Pp. 368.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1174-2 / $60.00

Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752–1832.
The Final Poems of Philip Freneau. [New Brunswick, 1827-28.] Rpt. Delmar, 1980. Introd. by Judith Bair Hiltner, Christian Brothers College. LC 79-23056. Pp. 128.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1346-3 / $50.00

Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752–1832.
Letters on Various Interesting and Important Subjects. Philadelphia, 1799. Rpt. New York, 1943; Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Harry Hayden Clark, University of Wisconsin–Madison. LC 43-6720. Pp. 152.
Restrained satiric essays full of humor.
Listed in Books for College Libraries.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1205-3 / $50.00
Microfiche ISBN 978-0-8201-0031-9 / $10.00

Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752–1832.
The Poems of Philip Freneau, Written Chiefly during the Late War. Philadelphia, 1786. With The Miscellaneous Works of Mr. Philip Freneau, Containing His Essays and Additional Poems (1788). Rpt. Delmar, 1975. 2 v. in 1. Introd. by Lewis Leary, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. LC 74-31251. Pp. 888.
The main body of the important verse and prose written by Freneau during the American Revolutionary War. With an 1865 memoir by Evert A. Duyckinck.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1151-3 / OP
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Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752–1832.
Poems Written and Published during the American Revolutionary War. Philadelphia, 1809. Rpt. Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Lewis Leary, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. LC 76-11754. Pp. 616.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1173-5 / $90.00

Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752–1832.
Poems Written between the Years 1768 & 1794. Monmouth, N.J., 1795. Rpt. Delmar, 1976. Introd. by Lewis Leary, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. LC 76-11752. Pp. 480.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1172-8 / $75.00

Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752–1832.
The Writings in Prose and Verse of Hezekiah Salem, Late of New England. Delmar, 1975. Ed. by Lewis Leary, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. LC 75-15901. Pp. 88.
Freneau’s uncollected satirical writings under the pseudonym Hezekiah Salem.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1156-8 / $50.00

FUNERAL SERMONS FOR WOMEN, 1601–1630 (SERIES). Ed. By Bettie Anne Doebler and Retha M. Warnicke, Arizona State University. 8 v. pub. to date: See entries under Denison, Donne, Fitz-Geffrey, Ford, Gamon, Harrison, Taylor, Wolcombe.

Furió Ceriol, Fadrique, d. 1592.
Of Councils and Counselors. London, 1570. Rpt. Gainesville, 1963. Introd. by Karl-Ludwig Selig, Columbia University. LC 63-7083. Pp. 140.
An English reworking by Thomas Blundeville of Furió Ceriol’s El consejo i consejeros del principe (1559), a political treatise, dealing with the instruction of a prince; the kinds of advice and advisers necessary for the successful conduct of the affairs of state.
Cloth ISBN 978-0-8201-1018-9 / $50.00

 

 

 

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