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    BookID Author ShortTitle City Publisher Reference Date PageandSize Notes
    7416
    The Flying Petition. To His Excellency The President, and Congress of the United States. The Memorial of the undersigned Citizens of the United States,... Re: Need for cheaper land in area called Congress Land at 200 acres of land by improvement, at 12 1/2 cents per acre, payable in 7 years without interest. Taxes produced would be greater than present land sale policy. [Chillicothe
    AI 0. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7417
    Petition, founded not in the spirit of party...the undersigned citizens,...Re: Need for cheaper land in area called Congress Land of 200 acres of land by improvement, at 3 cents per acre annually forever...(This same wording as other broadside except for the paragraph on suggested conditions for land purchase.) [Chillicothe
    AI 0. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8951
    To all to whom these presents shall come...Greetings: Whereas by An act of the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, entitled "An act levying a state tax," [Ohio
    AI 0. 1809?] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    10157
    Ohio Monitor--Extra. Address Of The Central Committee Of The State, To The Friends Of The Administration In Ohio. Fellow Citizens: ... John A. Bryan, David Smith, B. Latham, E. Livingston, Purdy M'Ilvain, A. Chrittenden, [Point right] Committee


    1800? 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 48.5 x 29 cm. Printed area covers 33 x 17.2 cm.
    631
    Information. Whereas pursuant to a law...John Cleves Symmes. Cincinnati
    OI 17. SS 699. 1801. Broadside. 21 x 24.5 cm.
    653
    (Circular.) Sir, As it is expected that Congress, at their next session, will act upon the subject of appropriating two per cent of the monies arising from the sales of public land in the state of Ohio, to the opening, making and repairing of a road leading from the navigable waters of the Atlantic to the river Ohio, we take the liberty of suggesting for your consideration the following reasons, in favor of appropriating the money on a road leading from the City of Washington to Marietta, or to some point on the river Ohio in its vicinity. [26 lines] [Marietta s.n., OI 36. 1804] 4-page folder, printed on first page only. ; 18.5 x 22.5 cm. (12.5 x 13 cm.) Ohio Imprint notes: On the MSaE copy is written at the head: "Marietta, 19 Oct. 1804." On p. 2 is a handwritten letter, dated Dec. 19th 1804, addressed to Hon. James Hillhouse, a member of the senate, signed by P. Fearing.
    661
    A Reply to the Statement of John Cleves Symmes, Addressed to a Committee of Congress, January 30th, 1802, and Published in the Western Spy, October 19th, 1803; Respecting the Reserved Township. Cincinnati Printed by Joseph Carpenter., OI 45. SS 4791, 9244. Thomson 971. [1805] 67 p. ; 16 cm.
    8722
    Liberty Hall Handbill Extra, Oct. 7, 1806. Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1806. 1 sheet ([1] p.) Ratcliffe, p. 274, 55n.
    698
    The Rights of the Judiciary, in a Series of Letters, Addressed to John Sloan, Esq., Late a Member of the House of Representatives of Ohio. [Chillicothe s.n., OI 78. Rusk II: 221. SS 16084. 1808] 40 p. ; 20 cm. Ohio Imprint notes: Contains seven letters, addressed to John Sloan and signed "Warren", relating to the power of the courts to declare acts of the Legislature unconstitutional. The resolution regarding the judiciary to which the letters refer was passed in 1807, and Sloan was a Representative during this session, which ended February 22, 1808. References in the text indicated that it was published following this session and before the opening of the next, in December, 1808. See Gilkey's Ohio Hundred Year Book, 1901, p. 305. The signature may be a pseudonym derived from some connection with the city or county of Warren.
    7675
    (Circular). Chillicothe, January 23, 1809. Sir, ... We all know that this contest originated from the decision of the Supreme court, that the act extending the jurisdiction of justices of the peace above twenty dollars, is unconstitutional. ... Creighton, William, Jr. Hammond, Charles. Cass, Lew. Couch, Jesup N. Woodbridge, William. Brush, Henry. [Chillicothe s.n., AI 0. 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) The decision of the Ohio Supreme Court regarding the monetary limits which justices of the peace could preside over created a controversy. In an effort to quell the dispute, the attorneys listed at the bottom of the broadside suggested that if attorneys did not appeal cases under $50.00 to the Ohio Supreme Court but accepted the justices of the peace decision, then a workable solution could be found.
    7873
    $30 Reward for 2 deserters from U. S. Garrison, Newport, Ky. [Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8244
    Evidence Exhibited on the Trial of the Hon. Thomas Morris, for an Alleged Rape on the Body of Mary Ireland. ... Clermont County, May 30th, 1809. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1809. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8905
    Record of the Proceedings of the High Court of Impeachment, on the Trial of Calvin Pease, Consisting of the Senate of the State of Ohio, as Provided by the Constitution, and in Pursuance of a Resolution of the Senate. [Chillicothe Printed by Nashee & Denny, for Joseph S. Collins., AI 0. Swanson, page 276. 1809] 100 p. Includes (p. 50-100): Record of the proceedings of the High Court of Impeachment on the trial of George Tod.
    9852
    Ten dollars reward. Deserted, from the garrison, New-Port, Kentucky, on Thursday the 7th instant, an enlisted soldier, belonging to Captain Horde's company of the 7th regiment infantry, named John Steel ... [Cincinnati] Carney & Morgan, Printers, AI 0. [1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 27 cm. New York Historical Society notes: Signed: James W. Bryson, ensign. 1st Regt. U.S. Infantry. commanding. Dated: U.S. Garrison, Newport, Ky. September, 9, 1909 [i.e. 1809].
    723
    [The Christian Hymn Book.] Dayton Printed at the Office, by Isaac G. Burnet, OI 102 1810.
    Ohio Imprint notes: Proposals for the publication of this hymn book appeared in Burnet's Ohio Centinel, Dayton, May 10, 1810, and subsequent issues. Robert Steele, in his History of Dayton, Dayton, 1889, p. 100, records that "It was published at the Centinel office, as according to a letter written by John Thomson to William McClure on May the 10th, they could not 'get the work done anywhere on better terms than at Mr. Burnet's.' "
    724
    A Concise Statement of the Trial and Confession of William Clutter, Who was Executed on Friday the 8th of June, 1810, at Boone Court-House, Kentucky, for the Murder of John Farmer. To Which Is Prefixed a Short Sketch of His Life. Cincinnati From the Press of John W. Browne & Company., McDade 192. OI 103. Rusk II: 271. SS 19830. Wilkie 163. 1810. 8 p. ; 20 cm. McDade: Clutter was employed by Farmer to assist in navigating his boat from Pittsburgh to the mouth of the Kentucky River. Farmer was murdered with an ax the night they passed Cincinnati. Clutter was found in possession of the boat, calling himself Farmer and selling his goods. He apparently confessed only after he was convicted.
    727
    The Extent of the Atonement Considered; Being the Substance of a Sermon, Delivered at a Camp-Meeting, Held in the State of Ohio, on Sunday, 19th August, 1810. Cincinnati Printed by John W. Browne & Company, Office of Liberty Hall., OI 106. SS 20074. 1810. 14 p. ; 21.5 cm.
    4311
    Wackatomoka, near Zanesville, June 10, 1810. A Letter to James Kingsbury, Esq., authorizing him to proceed to take the enumeration of the inhabitants of the County of Cuyahoga.

    AI 0. 1810. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8952
    Military Lands in the State of Ohio.

    AI 0.
    1 sheet ([1] p.)
    9853
    Deserters. Sixty dollars reward. Deserted, from the United States garrison, New-Port, Kentucky, on the night of Wednesday the 11th instant, the following described private soldiers ... Cincinnati Printed by David L. Carney, AI 0. [1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 31 cm. New York Historical Society notes: Signed: Thornton Posey, captain 7th Infantry, commanding. Newport, Kentucky, April 15th, 1810.
    N-YHS copy has manuscript inscription on verso: "1 sheet printed Pub. service W Bryson, Lt. Colonel Jacob Kingsbury Commandant Detroit."
    749
    The Dagon of Calvinism, of the Moloch of Decrees; A Poem, in Three Cantos. To Which is Annexed, A Song of Reason. By the Same. [Quotation] Printed for the Author. [Cincinnati John W. Browne & Co., OI 128. Rusk II: 357. SS 22656. Wilkie 196. 1811] 47 p. ; 15 p.
    762
    Zanesville, July 8, 1811. Proposal to Establish a Newspaper at Zanesville. July 8, 1811. [Zanesville s.n., AI 0. 1811] Broadside. ; 31 x 18 cm.
    763
    [A Short Introduction to Geography and Astronomy. Worthington
    OI 140. SS 23936 (citing OI). 1811]

    770
    Baptism, or the Way of Life. [Worthington
    OI 145. SS 24703 (citing OI). 1812]

    786
    Recruiting for the War of 1812. New Lisbon Printed at the Office of the Ohio Patriot., OI 162. 1812. Broadside. 18 x 21 cm. Signed by Joseph H. Larwill, First Lieut. U. S. Artillery, June 9, 1812.
    5902
    Address to Men of Patriotism, Courage & Enterprize! Marietta
    AI 0. 1812. Broadside. ; 15.5 x 10 cm.
    8721
    Proposals for Extending the Circulation of the Independent Press, Now Publishing in the Town of Lancaster, Fairfield County (Ohio), June 24, 1812. [Lancaster Printed by R.E. Post, SS 0. 1812] 1 sheet ([1) p.) ; 40 x 17 cm. Earliest Lancaster imprint.
    The Independent Press was printed in Lancaster from 1811 to 1812. Cf. Brigham, History and Bibliography of American Newspapers.
    American Antiquarian Society notes: Signed: The proprietors. Lancaster, June 24, 1812. George Sanderson, later the editor and publisher of the Lancaster gazette, is identified in Graham, A. Hist. of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio, 1883, p. 171, as having commenced publication of the Independent press during the summer of 1811. In 1812 the paper was "printed by R.E. Post for the proprietors." Includes "Conditions" and blank form for recording subscribers' names and addresses.
    Printed area measures 22.8 x 11.8 cm.
    American Antiquarian Society copy had three additional sheets, filled with names of the subscribers and other ms. notations, pasted together and affixed at foot; in all measuring 140 x 17 cm. It has since been cut into two unequal pieces.
    9440
    Proposals by Moses B. Corwin & William Blackburn, for Publishing in the Town of Urbana, State of Ohio A Weekly Newspaper to be Entitled The Farmer's Watch Tower. [Urbana Moses B. Cornwin and William Blackburn, AI 0. 1812] Broadside The newspaper was published from July 1, 1812 through August 13, 1812. Four copies exist: three in the American Antiquarian Society, one in the Library of Congress.
    805
    Eighth naval victory; Lines on the Capture of His Brittanic Majesty's Squadron, on Lake Erie, by Commodore Perry.

    SS 51297. [1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    820
    A Scriptural Creed by a Friend to Truth. Lebanon Printed by M'Clean & Blackburn., OI 193. SS 29755. 1813. 27 p. ; 10.5 cm.
    5306
    Beelzebub Driving and Drowning His Hogs. A Sermon. Zanesville
    AI 0. 1813.

    7299
    A Dissertation on Government, Shewing the Use and Necessity of Military or Coercive Power, and Answering Objections. Chillicothe Printed by James Barnes., AI 0. 1813.

    8059
    American Friend Office, Extra. Marietta, Saturday, October 2. Re: Perry's Naval Victory. [Marietta
    AI 0. 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8949
    Anglucklick Neues. Ohio Adler, Extra. [Lancaster Jacob D. Dieterich, AI 0. 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) Siebert Sale, #687: An early report of the River Raisin Massacre. During the winter of 1812-13, British and Native American troops surprised American soldiers under General Winchester near Detroit, defeating and subsequently massacring most of the survivors. Directly after this defeat, General William Henry Harrison hurried to complete and defend Fort Meigs, situated on the Maumee Rapids, in preparation for another assault on the Northwest frontier. The rallying cry of Harrison's men during this stressful period was "Remember the Raisin."
    Second earliest known Lancaster printed imprint and first broadside.
    9220
    Circular to the Session and Congregation of Ebenezer, August, 1813.

    Rodabaugh, Robert Hamilton Bishop, Columbus, 1935, page 198. 1813

    9508
    Es beschirme mich Gott und der heutige Tag, Es beschirme mich Gott und das heilige Grab … [Lancaster, Ohio] Gedruckt bey Jacob D. Dieterich [i.e., Dietrich], Lancaster, Ohio., AI 0. [1813 or 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 15 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes:
    A prayer to be carried as a form of protection from attack by those wielding knives, guns or other weapons.
    Title from first line of text. The American Antiquarian Society is torn across double rule at head, perhaps lacking title above.
    Jacob D. Dietrich settled at Lancaster, Ohio in 1813, and published the Ohio eagle there between July 1813 and July 1814. From 1814 until his death in 1839 he served in various public positions including postmaster, justice of the peace, and associate judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Farifield County.
    Printed area measures 8.6 x 13.0 cm.
    9657
    The Epistle from the Yearly Meeting, Held in London. [Mount Pleasant
    AI 0. Rieger 4470. 1813] 3 p. Large folded sheet. ; 13" x 8"
    848
    [A New Dialogue between a Calvinist and a Methodist. Hamilton
    OI 218. SS 32230. 1814]

    856
    Prospectus of a Newspaper, to be Published in Chillicothe, Ohio, Entitled The Weekly Recorder. [Chillicothe Printed by John Andrews., AI 0. 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Includes "Conditions" and blank form for subscribers' names.
    Signed and dated: John Andrews. March 21, 1814.
    Printed area measures 24.5 x 16.8 cm.
    American Antiquarian Society copy addressed in ms. to Hugh Andrews of Franklin, Ohio, and includes the signatures of subscribers' names.
    858
    Remarks on the Importance of the Contemplated Grand Canal between Lake Erie and the Hudson River. Geauga County
    SS 32624. 1814. 30 p.
    865
    The Sunday Water-Party or, The Exploits and Fate of a Jovial Club. Chillicothe Printed at the Office of the Weekly Recorder by John Andrews, OI 233. SS 32893. 1814. 11 p. ; 17 cm. Advertised in the Chillicothe Weekly Recorder, Jan. 5, 1815.
    In verse.
    869
    An Address to the Different Religious Societies, on the Sacred of the Christian Name. Dayton Printed by Burnet and Lodge, at the Office of the Ohio Republican., OI 237. SS 33785. 1815. [28] p. ; 17 cm.
    889
    History of the Holy Bible. Cincinnati Published by Coleman & Phillips. Morgan, Williams & Co., Printers. Adomeit A34. OI 257. SS 34917. Welch 861.2. 1815. 167 p. ; 5.5 cm. Special title pages: A history of the New Testament (p. [77]); An appendix containing the Ten Commandments, and the Old and New Testament dissected (p. [135]); and Version of the Psalms of David (p. [151]).
    890
    The Immortal Mentor; or Man's Unerring Guide to a Healthy, Wealthy & Happy Life. In Three Parts. By Lewis Cornaro, Dr. Franklin, and Dr. Scott, [quotation]. Cincinnati Published by J.C. Roll. Morgan, Williams, & Co. Printers, OI 260. SS 34447; 34995. Wilkie 370. 1815. 202 p. ; 17 cm. Published in Philadelphia, 1796.
    Signatures: [A] A-R/2 [R2]/4. (F, H, Q and R2 not printed.)
    5692
    Sale of Public Lands. Statement of Lands Sold in the Districts of Marietta, Zanesville, Steubenville.

    Hayman, 18(June 1965), #445. [1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5795
    Circular. To the Electors of Franklin County. Columbus
    AI 0. 1815. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5906
    Evening Amusement; or, Poetic Selections, Moral and Philosophical. [Two lines of quotations from Pope] Warren Printed for the Author, AI 0. 1815. 62 p.
    6059
    Certificate of Birth and Christening. Colored Certificate. Lancaster Printed by John Herman., AI 0. 1815. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7632
    General Rules to Govern Applications for Bounty Lands on the Part of Heirs' of Deceased Soldiers. Extracts. [Chillicothe
    AI 0. 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    925
    At a meeting of a respectable number of the citizens of the town of Chillicothe, and of the adjacent country, convened at the house of Edmond Basye, on the 21st of December, 1816, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of presenting a memorial to the president and directors of the Bank of the United States, to obtain the establishment of a branch of the said bank in the said town; … [Chillicothe s.n., OI 297. SS 37227. 1816] 1 l., [1], 2-9, bv p. ; 17.5 cm. Library Company of Philadelphia notes: Title from first lines of text.
    "To the president and directors of the Bank of the United States -- The memorial of the citizens of the town of Chillicothe, and the adjacent country, in the state of Ohio"--p. 2-9.
    Dated and signed at end: Done at town meeting, on the 21st December, 1816, at Chillicothe. Joseph Scott, chairman. Walter Dun, secretary.
    Signatures: A6 (A1 and A6 verso blank).
    The Library Company of Philadelphia copy contains the following ms.: Mathew Carey, Esq. from his friend John Carlisle.
    Signed: Joseph Scott, chairman, Walter Dun, secretary.
    930
    A Collection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs, for the Use of the Pious of All Denominations. Steubenville Printed for the Publishers by James Wilson., OI 301. SS 37294. Wilkie 418. 1816. 161 p. ; 14.5 cm.
    947
    The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte; Late Emperor of the French, &c. &c. &c. From His Birth, until His Departure to the Island of St. Helena. By a Citizen of the United States. Warren Published by James White., AI 0. 1816. xii, [1], 14-312 p. ; 19 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: First published as: The life of Napoleon Bonaparte … By a citizen of Delaware. Wilmington, 1815 (Shaw & Shoemaker 35106).
    Another issue (not in Shaw & Shoemaker but filmed by Readex at S38077) has imprint: Philadelphia: Published by W. Dobson. 1816.
    "Copy-right secured according to law."--verso of title page.
    Error in paging: p. 289 misnumbered 286.
    "Description of St. Helena."--p. [307]-308.
    "Appendix. Family of Napoleon Bonaparte."--p. [309]-310.
    "Kings created by Napoleon" and "Nobility created by Napoleon," p. 311-312.
    "Books for sale by J. White."--p. [4] of cover.
    951
    A Narrative of the Life and Death of Lieut. Joseph Morgan Willcox, Who was Massacred by the Creek Indians, on the Alabama River, (Miss. Ter.) on the 15th of January, 1814. Compiled from Various Publications, and Letters Written by His Friends and Brother Officers, on the Occasion. (Published by Consent of His Friends.) Marietta Printed by R. Prentiss., OI 319. SS 38356. Wilkie 442. 1816. 23 p. ; 21 cm.
    966
    Propositions Respecting Government. By a Friend to Good Government. Cincinnati Printed for the Author, by Looker, Palmer and Reynolds., OI 329. SS 38717. Wilkie 453. 1816. 12 p. ; 23 cm. Proposes a new system of government.
    968
    A Scriptural Creed by a Friend of Truth. Lebanon, O. Printed by M'Clean & Blackburn, for the Author., SS 38901. 1816. 27 p. ; 11 cm.
    991
    A Collection of Anecdotes, Entertaining & Interesting. Lebanon Printed by Van Vleet & Camron., OI 351. SS 40514. 1817. 144 p. ; 14 cm.
    999
    The History of Sinbad the Sailor. Also, the Celebrated Travels and Adventures, by Sea and Lands, of the Renowned Baron Munchausen. Chillicothe Printed for the Publishers., OI 360. SS 41055, 42119. Welch 1212.7 1817. 36 p. ; 13.5 cm.
    1004
    List of the Chartered Banks, in the States of Pennsylvania, Ohio, etc. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1817. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7636
    Regulations to be observed in substantiating Claims for 'five years half pay' in lieu of Military Bounty Land. Chillicothe
    AI 0. 1817. 1 sheet ([1] p.) OClWHi uncatalogued broadsides.
    7880
    Sale of Lots in Newtown. Chillicothe
    AI 0. 1817. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    282
    Wisdom in Miniature; or, Choice Lessons for Infant Minds. Chillicothe, Ohio Farnsworth & Spafford, Printers., AI 0. Welch, d'A.A. Amer. Children's books, 0. 1818. 31, [1] p. ill. ; 11 cm. Unrecorded early Ohio Imprint. Only copy known. Acquired by American Antiquarian Society June 5, 1990. Farnsworth & Spafford are a mystery with no known firm by that name in American Antiquarian Society listing and certainly nothing listed for Chillicothe, Ohio.
    American Antiquarian Society notes: Possibly printed by Oliver Farnsworth and Horatio Gates Spafford although there is no evidence that they were ever partners or in Chillicothe. In 1818 Farnsworth was en route from Windsor, Vt. (where he had printed an edition of Wisdom in Miniature in 1810) to Cincinnati. From 1817 to 1819 Spafford, formerly of Albany, was farming in Venango County in western Pennsylvania.
    Page [1] and [32] blank; pasted to printed wrapper.
    1055
    The Emigrant's Guide, or Pocket Geography of the Western States and Territories, Containing a Description of the Several Cities, Towns, Rivers, Antiquities, Population, Manufactories, Prices of Land, Soil, Productions, and Exports. Compiled from the Best and Latest Authorities. Cincinnati Published by Phillips and Speer, Booksellers, Main-Street, near Front. Morgan, Lodge & Co. Printers., Graff 1246. Howes E141. OI 412. Rusk II: 138. SS 43943. Sabin 22480. Thomson 378. Wilkie 551. 1818. iv, [5]-266 p. ; 15 cm. Includes index.
    1070
    Mount Carmel. A Poem. By J---- C---- ... Chillicothe Printed by John Bailhache., OI 424. SS 43518, 44914. 1818. 8 p. ; 18 cm. Written by a Londoner and sent by him to a near relation in Chillicothe, who had the poem published. [Preface] The "near relation" is supposed to have been Rev. Thomas S. Hinde, who, in 1817, had helped found the town of Mt. Carmel, Ill.
    1087
    Wizard; Hand Book of Popular Amusement. Chillicothe
    SS 46843. 1818.
    This was copyright in 1847 and published in 1848 in Chillicothe (Morgan 6364). This is obviously an error.
    It is the only book on magic printed in Ohio before 1851.
    1088
    Wooster, (Ohio) Wayne County, September 11, 1818. Sir, From a knowledge of the character which you sustain, we are being induced to address you on the subject of the ensuing Congressional Election. ... [Wooster?
    OI 441. SS 46866. 1818?] Broadside. 30.5 x 38 cm. Unsigned.
    Dated: Wooster, Wayne County, September 11, 1818.
    Political circular letter supporting Colonel John Sloane for the U.S. Congress.
    5417
    Sir, from a Knowledge of the Character which you sustain, we have been induced to address you on the subject of the ensuing election. Wooster
    AI 0. 1818.
    Dated: Wooster, Wayne County, September 11, 1818. Political circular letter supporting Colonel John Sloane for the U. S. Congress.
    5434
    Arithmetical Tables; for the Use of Schools. Chillicothe Printed by John Andrews., AI 0. 1818. 24 p. ; 11 cm.
    7189
    Statement of the Amount of Internal Duties Imposed by the United States...paid by each person in the 9th collection district of Ohio, during the year 1817. Newlisbon [i.e., New Lisbon, Ohio] --Printed at the Office of the Ohio Patriot [by William D. Lepper]., AI 0. [1818] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 x 15 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Signed and dated: Erastus Miles, collector, 9th collection district of Ohio. Newburgh, January 1, 1818.
    Text in two columns separated by ornaments; printed area measures 33.7 x 9.5 cm.
    American Antiquarian Society copy addressed on verso: Town clerk Lower Sandusky.
    7872
    Copy of an Act to incorporate certain banks and to extend the charters of existing incorporated banks. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1818.

    1105
    A Beacon for the Advocates of the Theater. Cincinnati Printed by Looker, Reynolds & Co. No. 108, Main Street., OI 457. 1819. 12 p. ; 17 cm.
    1122
    Election. To the independent electors of Hamilton County. I read in the Spy of Saturday last an electioneering piece signed Truth, in favor of General Harrison... [Cincinnati
    OI 476. SS 47886. 1819] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 x 31 cm. (32.1 x 18.9 cm.) American Antiquarian Society: Concerning the appointment of John Cleves Symmes Harrison, son of General William Henry Harrison, as receiver at the Vincennes land office, and criticizing the general as an elected official who put private interests above public duty. At end signed and dated: Truth Illustrated. Monday, October 11, 1819. The Spy was the Western Spy and Cincinnati General Advertiser, Cincinnati.
    1145
    New-Year's Ball. The Manager's Compliments to M[r. H. Baird] respectfully soliciting [his] attendance at N. H. Merwin's Assembly-Room, in Cleaveland, on Wednesday, the 5th of January next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. R. Wood, I. Town, J. M'Carty, Managers. Cleaveland, December 23, 1819. [Cleveland
    OI 497. 1819] Broadside. ; 16.5 x 20 cm. (7.5 x 11.5 cm.)
    1163
    The Quarter-master; or, The Second Part of the Boatswain's Mate: being an Interesting Dialogue between Two British Seamen. Cincinnati Published by the Western Navigation Bible and Tract Society of Cincinnati. Printed at the Office of the Western Spy. Mason and Palmer, Printers., OI 514. SS 49223. 1819.
    OCLC catalogued under G.C. Smith.
    7991
    Cincinnati (O) Dec. 20, 1819. Announces meeting held in opposition to the extension of slavery west of the Mississippi. Preamble and Resolutions. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1819. 4 p.
    1214
    Catherine Brown, the Converted Cherokee, a Missionary Drama, Founded on Fact. Written by a Lady. Cleaveland Printed by Z. Willes & Co., OI 538. SS 698. 1820. 28 p. ; 18 cm.
    1216
    [A Circumstantial History of the Sacred Scriptures. Cincinnati
    OI 541. 1820]

    1261
    A Short Defence of Diocesan Episcopacy: in a Letter, in Answer to Z. A's Letter to His Friend, or Doctrinal Tract, No. 3. Upon the Subject of Church Government. By a Layman, of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in Ohio. Worthington Printed by Griswold & Spencer., OI 582. SS 3220. 1820. 80 p. ; 21 cm. Wessen: Probably written by Ezra Griswold. Foreshadowed the controversy which finally drove Philander Chase from Ohio.
    1263
    The Sorrows of Yamba, or the Negro Woman's Lamentation. Mount Pleasant s.n., SS 3275. Welch 1240.5. 1820. 12 p.
    1266
    To the Electors of Hamilton County. The freedom of our elective franchise is among the inestimable blessings purchased with the blood and secured by the wisdom of our fathers...Hamilton. State of Ohio, Hamilton county, Sct. Supreme Court. Thomas Morris and James W. Gazlay, vs. the executors of Jno. C. Symmes, deceased, the commissioners of Hamilton county, and others. I do hereby certify that the above cause is now pending and undetermined in the Supreme Court of said county...Daniel Gano, clerk. Clerk's Office, October 7th, 1820. Cincinnati
    OI 585. SS 3450. 1820. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 45 x 27cm. Ohio Imprints: A message setting forth the unworthiness of James W. Gazlay, who was a candidate for the Legislature.
    Printed area covers 41 x 19 cm.
    4409
    An Interesting Narrative of Two Pious Twin Children, Who Were Stolen By a Jew and Enslaved to the Turks; Who with Their Father Were Marvellously Delivered from Death. Translated from the German. To Which is Added, Charles Berry, or, The Good Son. Hillsborough Printed by Moses Carothers., Welch 656. 1820. +, [1], [2-3], 4-12. ; 18 cm.
    5349
    An Address to Children. Mount-Pleasant Printed by S. Marshall, AI 0. 1820. 12 p. ; 17 cm. Signed, page 8: A sincere lover of children.
    Includes verses by Philip Doddridge.
    5791
    Description of a Wedding. The Groom Resident in Consequentialville, Ohio, Superior Street, and the Bride in the Vicinity. Mount Pleasant H. Howard & B. Bates, Printers., AI 0. [1820] 8 p.
    7879
    Ballad of James Bird. Chillicothe
    AI 0. [182-]

    8421
    James Dickerson's Farewell Hymn to His Parents.

    AI 0. [1820]
    Dwight Shipley, late of Grove City, Ohio. Copy not located.
    10328
    Harmonisches Gesang Buch. Theils von anderen Authoren, Theils neu verfasst. ; Zum Gebrauch von Singen und Musik für Alte und Junge. Nach Geschmack und Umständen zu wählen gewidmet. Allentown, Lecha Caunty, im Staat Pennsylvanien. Gedruckt bey Heinrich Ebner., AI 1521. Bötte & Tannhof. German printing, 2399. 1820. IV, 287, [23] p. ; 18 cm. American Antiquarian Society Notes: Without music.
    Printed in two columns.
    This issue includes: "Zweyter Anhang" --p.191-287 and a cumulated index of [23] p. for the whole book, both printed by Johann Herman , Buckdrukker, Lancaster, Ohio." (colophon)--Bötte & Tannhof.
    1304
    Independence Ball. The Company of M[r. H. Baird] is Solicited at Mr. P. Mowrey's Assembly-Room, in the Village of Cleaveland, on Wednesday the 4th Day of July Next, at 2 O'Clock, P.M. A. M'Millen, J[oseph] Webb, J[ohn] Taylor, Managers. Cleaveland, June 22, 1821. [Cleaveland
    SS 5690. 1821] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    1308
    Das Kleine Lust-Gartlein, oder Schoene auserlesener Gebter [sic] und Leider, zum Gebrauch der Jugend sowohl in der Schule als zu House. Canton Gedruckt bey Jacob Sala u. Sohn., SS 5775. Botte & Tannhof. German printing, 2478. 1821. 95, [1] p. ; 11 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: In plain boards with leather spine.
    American Antiquarian Society copy bears bookplate of John Stuart Groves (Juvenile library collection). Inscribed in Schreibschrift [--] Gilbert.
    Index. p. [96].
    Wessen, 2(Oct. 13, 1938), #21: Unrecorded and perhaps unique. One of the earliest books to issue from the press of Central Ohio; and one of the first juveniles published West of the Ohio River. Two years later, Wessen had a second copy, the first having gone to the Library of Congress.
    1316
    Das Neu eingerichtete Evangelisch-Lutherische Gesangbuch, bestehend aus einer Sammlung Lieder, zum Gebrauch des öffentlichen deutschen Gottsdienstes, und andern Uebungen zur Gottseligkeit, in dem Staat von Ohio, und den angrenzenden Staaten. Canton Gedruckt bey Schäffer und Sala., SS 6186. First Cent. of German Lang. Printing in the U.S., 2480. 1821. [16], 227, [7] p. ; 15 cm. Advertised on page [234] of Der Psalter des Konigs (No. 1288) as for sale for 62 1/2 cents.
    Without music.
    Includes indexes.
    5648
    Hoch-deutsches ABC- und Namen-Büchlein für Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Canton Gedruckt bey Jacob Sala., AI 0. [1821] [32] p. ill. ; 16 cm. Printed covers included in pagination.
    6211
    A Collection of Sacred Music, in Which Is a Great Variety of Tunes, Intended for, and Well Adapted to the Use of the Different Churches, Singing Schools, Private Families, and Denominations of Christians. By B.W.D. Carty. Hardensburgh, (Ky.) Morgan, Lodge and Co., Printers., AI 4924. 1821. vi, 7-59, [1] p. Chiefly music. ; 14 x 23 cm. Includes index of tune names.
    7858
    Ran away from the subscriber on Sunday last an apprentice to the carpenter business, named Stephen Crane. ... John Lindley. Dayton, Aug. 1st, 1821. [Dayton
    AI 0. 1821] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    10128
    Das Neue Gesangbuch. [Canton Gedruckt bey Schaffer und Sala, AI 0. 1821]
    No copy located. (1/11/2006). Advertised in Der Psalter des Konigs, p. [234] as printed. (Morgan 1288)
    10129
    Das kleine Davidsche Psalterspiel, Nebst der Harfe. [Canton Gedruckt bey Schaffer und Sala, AI 0. 1821]
    No copy located.
    An immensely popular book advertised in Der Psalter des Konig, p. [234] to be published by Schaffer and Sala on the basis of subscription, p. [234]. (Morgan 1288)
    1340
    The American Primer, Abridged; Containing Short and Easy Lessons for Little Children. Adorned with Pictures. Cincinnati Published by O. Farnsworth & Co., SS 7802. Heartman, C. F. Non-New England Primers 25. 1822. 23, [1] p. ill. ; 11 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Last page blank; pasted to printed wrapper.
    Wrapper title: The First Primer for Little Children.
    1358
    Sacred Music, Containing a Great Variety of Psalm and Hymn Tunes; Selected Principally, from the Most Eminent European Authors; The Greater Part of Which were Never Published in the Patent Notes. To Which is Prefixed, a Musical Grammar, a Musical Dictionary, &c. By Seth Ely. [Five lines of quotation] Cincinnati Printed by Morgan, Lodge and Co. for the Proprietors-, SS 8616. 1822. viii, [1], 10-320 p. music. ; 14 x 23 cm. Errors in paging: p. iv and 82 misnumbered vi and 83.
    Includes indexes.
    "It is but just to acknowledge that this grammar is principally taken from Dr. J.W. Callcott's's Musical Grammar," p. [19].
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: Hervey Scott, June the 10th 1830.
    1376
    Observations on the Nomination of a Candidate for the Presidency. Submitted for the Consideration of the Members of the Legislature Now in Session, by a Citizen of Ohio.

    SS 9749. 1822.

    1397
    Poems; By the Author of Juvenis, Leander, &c. [Two lines of quotation] Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. October 1822. 87 p. ; xx cm.
    5213
    To the Independent Electors of the County of Wayne. We presume to trouble you with a few remarks, on the subject of the approaching election, which would have been entirely unnecessary, had we not ascertained that hand bills, containing assertions as groundless as they are malicious in their import and intent, have at his late hour been secretly ushered into circulation, in the more distant parts of this county--and by their base author, carefully kept from view of the citizens of this place--evidently with the intent, that the falsity of the charges therein stated, might not, until too late, be exposed and made known. The Hand bill alluded to, is signed 'Many Voters,' and is intended solely to defeat the election of 'Joseph H Larwill,' to the Senate of this state.
    It is a well known fact, that 'Joseph H. Larwill' has, for more than three years past, been decidedly hostile to the proceedings of the Directors of the German Bank of Wooster--and has been extremely anxious to have the business of the Bank brought to a speedy and honorable termination. And it is also well known to the writer of the hand bill alluded to, that 'Joseph H. Larwill,' nor any of his connexions, are indebted one cent to the German Bank of Wooster. It is also well known, that Mr. 'Larwill' has not, nor now is supported by the Bank interest--but on the contrary, they have been and now are hostile to his election, and in favor of the election of Gen. 'M'Millan.'
    We feel satisfied, that upon a candid examination of the claims of Mr. 'Larwill, they will, at least, be found to equal those of gen. 'M'Millan.'
    A number of Electors.
    October 5, 1822.
    [Wooster s.n., AI 0. 1822] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 cm. x 23 cm. Printed area measures: 13.5 cm x 18.5 cm.
    Text is in two columns with decorative rule down the middle.
    5214
    To the Enlightened Electors of Wayne County. Oct. 1822. Statement regarding objections to the publication of handbills at an election.
    s.n., AI 0. [1822] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5215
    Electors of Wayne County. Regarding charges brought against Joseph Larwill. 1822.
    s.n., AI 0. 1822. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5286
    The Christians' Duty Exhibited in a Series of Hymns, Collected from Various Authors, Designed for the Worship of God, and for the Edification of Christians. Recommended to the Serious of All Denominations by the Fraternity of Baptists. [Six lines of Scripture text] Fourth Edition, Improved Canton Printed by Jacob & Solomon Sala., AI 0. Durnbaugh 77. 1822. [4], 331, [1], 4-117, [30] p. ; 15 cm. Preface dated: Germantown, May 18, 1791.
    "Select Spiritual Songs.", [1], [4]-117 p., second count.
    Includes indexes.
    7182
    Discourses of Our Blessed Savior; Extracted from the New Testament. [One line of Scripture text.] Fifth Edition. Cincinnati Printed and Published, by E. Harrison, for the Use of Sunday Schools., AI 0. 1822. 32 p. ill. ; 11 cm. In printed wrappers. "E. Harrison, printer.", p. 32.
    7399
    Hoch-Deutsches ABC und Namen=Buchlein fur Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Canton, (Ohio.) Gedrucht by Jacob Sala., AI 0. 1822. 15 cm.
    7739
    Independence Ball. The Managers present their compliments to M [blank space] and request the pleasure of [blankspace] company at Merwin's Assembly Room, at 5 o'clock, P. M. on Thursday the 4th of July, 1822. W. Welles, J. Sears, A. D. Cutter. Managers. Cleaveland, June 22, 1822. Cleveland s.n., AI 0. 1822. Broadside. ; 20.5 x 16 cm. Addressed in ms. Phineas Shepard, Jr.
    7897
    Citizens Beware! Think Before You Vote. The hard laboured piece of patch work issued on Saturday, endeavours to exculpate Mr. Gazlay from certain charges of which he was convicted in the court of Common Pleas. ... [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1822] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 30 x 17 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Charging James W. Gazlay with attempting "to invalidate the testimony of the witnesses previous to the trial of the appeal."
    Gazlay, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1822 but was unsuccessful in his bid for re-election in 1824. Reference to the conviction in the Court of Common Pleas and to the appeal, which was made to the state Supreme Court in July 1822, suggest that this opposition broadside was issued during his first congressional campaign. For a discussion of the charges and the trial in the Court of Common Pleas, see Blake, Francis A. Exposition of the causes which led to the late controversy between William Lytle and James W. Gazlay, Esq. ... Cincinnati, 1822. (Morgan 1349; second edition 1350).
    Printed area measures 25.0 x 11.5 cm.
    Signed: G.
    7900
    Independent Press. Supplement. Editorial. ... Goose Guilford and Nayiah Kendall, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Strength in union. Two better than one. Come and Try. N. B. Dancing taught every Saturday afternoon. [Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1822] Broadside:
    7901
    Independent Press. Supplement. To The Public. ... To the Electors of Hamilton County. ... Independent Press Nomination. For Congress.-James Wheedlefool Ghastly. For the Assembly.-Goose Gilford. [Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1822] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7935
    To The Electors Of The County Of Wayne. Re: Joseph H. Larwill, original proprietor of Wooster, regarding his military behavior. September 25th, 1822. Wooster
    AI 0. 1822. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    10152
    Handbill signed "Many Voters" against the election of Joseph H. Lawill to the Ohio Senate because of his criticism of German Bank of Wooster. Supports Gen. M'Millan. [Wooster s.n.,
    1822] 1 sheet ([1] p.) See Morgan 5213 for reference.
    1431
    Court Assembly-March Term, 1823. The Company of ---- is Respectfully Solicited at Boughton's Hall, in Cleaveland, on the 13th Instant, at 6 O'Clock P. M. H. Perry, D. Long, R. Wood, J. W. Willey, J. S. Clarke, C. M. Giddings. Cleaveland, March 1, 1823. [Cincinnati
    SS 12276 1823] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    1470
    Some Strictures on Church Government, in Answer to a Late Pamphlet on that Subject, by Rev. Lorenzo Dow. Cincinnati Abbott Goddard., SS 14163. 1823. 34 p. ; 17 cm.
    5202
    A List of Lands, within the bonds of Medina County, on which Arrearages of Taxes. Medina, Ohio, July 21, 1823. [Medina s.n., AI 0. 1823] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;
    5287
    "Methodist Episcopacy"; A Tract Containing Authentic Documents from the Writings of the Rev. Messrs. John and Charles Wesley, Rev. Dr. Coke, Bishop White and Others, Submitted to the Candid Consideration of the Reader, by a Churchman. Delaware Printed by Ezra Griswold., AI 0. 1823. 16 p. ; 19 cm.
    7180
    Wanted. A Presbyterian Preacher, or in Connexion with the Presbyterian Church...qualified and disposed to teach and take charge of an infant institution of learning... [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1823] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 16 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: "Further information, must either be had on the ground, at Walnut-Hills, near Cincinnati, Ohio ..." The only known copy, held by American Antiquarian Society, is dated in contemporary hand, "May 1823." The basic principles of education described are similar to those adopted by the Lane Seminary established at Walnut Hills in 1828, under the auspices of the Presbyterian Church. Cf. One Hundred and Fifty Years of Presbyterianism in the Ohio Valley, Cincinnati, 1941, p. 80-83.
    Printed area, including ornamental border, measures 16.2 x 13.4 cm.
    7181
    Delaware Patron. A Newspaper, with the Above Title, is Published Weekly, in the Town of Delaware, Ohio, by Ezra Griswold; Devoted to Politics and the News of the Day ... [Delaware Printed by Ezra Griswold, AI 0. 1823] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm. (11.4 x 12.9 cm.) Ezra Griswold printed the Delaware Patron from April 16, 1823 to May 6, 1830. Includes "Conditions." and blank form for subscribers' names.
    7248
    The Proceedings of the Session of Mountpleasant, in the Trial of James Graham. Mount Pleasant [s.n.] AI 0. 1823. 34 p. ; 17 cm.
    8886
    Nomination of President & Vice President of the United States. [Steubenville James Wilson, AI 0. 1823]. 12 p. ; 19 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    American Antiquarian Society notes: Supporting the nominations of DeWitt Clinton for president and Andrew Jackson for vice-president.
    Signed, p. 2: John Patterson, chairman. A. Cunningham, secretary.
    Meeting was held in Steubenville, Jefferson County, Ohio.
    Address of the committee of correspondence, p. 2-12, signed: James P. Miller, chairman, Jefferson County, O. Dec. 22, 1823.
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: Hon. John W. Taylor.
    10090
    Poems for Children. Mountpleasant, Ohio Printed by E. Harris, AI 0. 1823. 21 p. ill. ; 12 cm.
    1486
    Clay and Slavery!! Fellow Citizens, the Election of State Officers having terminated, it is presumed the people will be able more calmly and dispassionately to deliberate on the appointment of a national chief magistrate...A Citizen of Ohio. Hamilton
    SS 15780. 1824. 1 sheet ([1] p.) Reprinted in Cincinnati Emporium, Oct. 28, 1824.
    1501
    Great Effects from Little Causes, Illustrated. Cincinnati Printed by Samuel J. Browne, at the Emporium Office, for the Reader., SS 16337. 1824. 16 p.
    1506
    Das Kleine Lust-Gärtlein, oder, Schöne auserlesener [!] Gebeter und Lieder zum Gebrauch der Jugend, sowohl in der Schule als zu Hause. Canton Gedruckt bey Jacob Sala., SS 16817. Botte & Tannhof. German printing, 2632. 1824. 111, [112] p. ; 11 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: "Vorrede" dated Oct. 18, 1824 at Canton, Ohio, and signed: Jacob Sala.
    Index to songs on p. [112].
    1532
    The Substance of a Discourse Delivered before a Moral Society on the Subject of Intemperance; Showing, among Greater Evils, the Waste and Loss of More than Thirty Millions of Dollars to the People of This Country, in a Single Year, by the Use of Ardent Spirits. Cincinnati Printed by Samuel J. Browne, at the Emporium Office for the Reader., SS 18122. 1824. [3], 4-31 p. ; 20 cm.
    1533
    A Table of the Votes for Governor and Electors for President.

    SS 18136. 1824.

    4077
    Catalogue of Books to be Auctioned at the Store of Mr. E. Taylor in Cleveland, on Saturday the 30th inst...400 and 500 volumes of Books. Cleveland
    AI 0. 1824.
    Cleaveland Herald, Oct. 15, 1824, 3: "Catalogues to be seen at Mr. Taylor's store and most of the bar-rooms in this village."
    5793
    Some Account of Lucy Caldwell, A Woman of Color, Who Departed this Life on the 25th of the 3rd Month, 1824, Aged 39. Mount Pleasant
    AI 0. 1824. 4 p.
    7037
    Broadside specifying why Mr. Wright should be reelected instead of Mr. Beebe, Eleventh Congressional District.

    AI 0. 1824. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7177
    At a Meeting of the Citizens of Hamilton County, Friendly to the Election of General Andrew Jackson to the Presidency of the United States, held at the Court-House in Cincinnati, the 17th Day of April, 1824, Clayton Webb [and thirteen others] were appointed a committee of correspondence... Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1824. 1 sheet ([ii] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Includes: Address. The corresponding committee, appointed by the citizens of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, favourable to the election of General Andrew Jackson to the presidency of the United States, address their fellow citizens ...
    Address signed on p. ii: Clayton Webb, chairman. E. Hayward, secretary.
    The American Antiquarian Society copy is annotated in a contemporary hand: Written by E.H. [i.e Hayward, Elijah.].
    7420
    Marietta Minerva, Extra Issue, Friday, July 23, 1824. Giving list of lands in Athens County returned Delinquent for Tax 1823. Marietta
    Smith Book Company, Catalog No. 14, #575. 1824. [2] p.
    7898
    Beware of Wolves in Sheeps' Clothing!!! Fellow Citizens-A long and deep studied hand-bill has within a few days past, made its appearance among you, under the imposing name of "Reform Ticket." Many of those whose names are placed on the list ... would do honor to themselves and their country, should they be elected: but the progress of our approbation must be arrested, when we come to the candidate there recommended for Congress. This is ... the Honorable James W. Gazlay. ... Truth. Sept. 14, 1824. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1824] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 18 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Charging Gazlay, representative from Cincinnati, "with having in to particulars violated the confidence reposed in him by his constituents."
    Signed: Truth. Sept. 14: 1824.
    Text in two columns, printed area measures 19.5 x 12.2 cm.
    7899
    Facts! Stubborn Facts!!! Re: anti-Andrew Jackson. Signed Anthony Wayne. Cincinnati
    AI 0. [1824] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8422
    Presidential Nomination. At a meeting of the Citizens of Cincinnati, friendly to the Election of John Quincy Adams to the President...Circular...Thomas Clark, Isaiah Wing, Oliver Farnsworth, Corresponding Committee. [Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1824] Broadside. ; 25 x 20 cm.
    8423
    Base Calumny Refuted!! The assertions of Hezekiah Flint (the county rider for James W. Gazlay) that General James Findlay has resigned as a candidate for Congress in favor of Benj. M. Piatt, is a base malicious falsehood, circulated only to injure the General's election. Gen. Findlay's cause is with the People; his friends are requested to be on the alert, and contradict the report fabricated by this licensed slanderer. Washington. October 11, 1824. Washington
    AI 0. [1824] Broadside. ; 17 x 23 cm.
    8424
    To the Electors of the First Congressional District....September 18, 1824. Many Voters. Cincinnati
    AI 0. [1824] 1 sheet ([1] p.) This was a strong attack against General James Findlay accusing him of being an embezzler, abuser of the public trust and a member of the "old bank party" (i.e. Republican).
    8425
    Hail to the Chief in Triumph Advances." ...[two columns of text]... Cincinnati, October 8, 1824. Truth. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1824. 1 sheet ([1] p.) General James Findley's supporters refute Hezekiah Flint's assertions about Findlay's conduct at the surrender of Detroit in 1812, his alleged aid to Aaron Burr, and the state of his fiscal affairs.
    8540
    To the Independent Electors of the First Congressional District of Ohio. Fellow Citizens. The earnest solicitations of a respectable portion of the community, have prevailed on Benjamin M. Piatt, Esq. to consent to become a candidate for the office of a Representative to the next Congress. ... [Signed:] Public Sentiment. ... State Election. To the Freemen of Hamilton County. ... construction of the Canal from Lake Erie to the Ohio River (a great and glorious project!) and a Bill for the establishment of Free Schools, will then be acted upon. ... [Signed:] The People. September 27, 1824. ... Republican Ticket. [Candidates listed] [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1824] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 45 x 28 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Text in two columns; printed area measures 37.6 x 23.0 cm.
    9872
    John Quincy Adams : The citizens of Cincinnati, friendly to the elevation of this gentleman to the presidency of the United States, are requested to meet at the Presbyterian Church on Walnut Street at 4 o'clock ... The People. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1824] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ill. ; 16 x 35 cm. Includes cut of spread eagle.
    Dated: April 24, 1824.
    10151
    Broadside urging the Election of Joseph H. Larwell to the Senate. Signed by Francis H. Foltz and et. Al. Wooster, Ohio. October 8, 1824. [Wooster s.n.,
    1824] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    1574
    Commencement of the Ohio Canal at the Licking Summit, July 4th, 1825. Lancaster Printed by John Herman., SS 20148. Thomson 259. 1825. 22 p. Thomson: Contains the Proceedings and Orations delivered on the occasion.
    1590
    The Keys, a Vision of Samaritanus, in the Year of the Christian Era, 1820. Chillicothe Printed by John Bailhache & Co., SS 21113. 1825. 53 p. ; 18 cm. Cover title.
    1626
    The Trial, Confession, &c. of John Funston, Who was Executed at New Philadelphia (O.) on the 30th of December, 1825, for the Murder of William Cartmill While Carrying the United States' Mail from Freeport and Coshocton, on the 9th Sept. 1825. New Philadelphia S. Patrick Printer., McDade 327. SS 22510. Vodrey 48. 1825. 1 p. l., 18 p. ; 23 cm. McDade: Cartmill, or Cartmell as it is spelled in a ballad, was a postboy who was shot from ambush by Funston. Johnson, who had been accompanying Cartmill but dropped behind, came up at the shot to find Funston there, but the latter then disappeared. Johnson later picked Funston out of a line-up; he was tried in Tuscarawas County and executed.
    5757
    Celebration at Middletown. Re: Commencement of Construction of the Miami Canal. Middletown
    AI 0. 1825. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5947
    Reception of General Lafayette, at Cincinnati, Ohio; on His Tour Through the Western Counrty May 20, 1825. Cincinnati Printed by S J. Browne, at the Emporium Office., AI 0. 1825. 24 p.
    7552
    Prices of Mill Wright's Work.

    AI 0. 1825. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7881
    Bill of Fare of a Dinner, etc. Chillicothe, July 25, 1825, at Madeira's Hotel. Chillicothe
    AI 0. 1825. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8150
    Notice to all the World. I claim an equal undivided moity of a certain tract, or parcel of land, lying, and being in the county of Clinton and state of Ohio numbered eight hundred and eighteen (No. 818) … [Wilmington, Clinton County, State of Ohio s.n., AI 0. 1825] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 26 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Announcing the author's intention to "apply to the proper tribunal for a title," and cautioning prospective buyers against purchasing all or part of the tract from either Isaiah Morris or James Fife.
    Signed: Robert Campbell. Wilmington, Clinton County state of Ohio, 7th Dec. 1825.
    Printed area measures 15.9 x 17.7 cm.
    Annotated: filed 19 Dec. 1825 Isaiah Morris.
    9793
    The American Primer, Containing Easy and Familiar Lessons in Spelling and Reading Adapted to the Capacities of Children. Cincinnati N. and G. Guilford, AI 0. 1825. 35 p. ill. ; 14 cm.
    9849
    To the electors of the senatorial district, composed of the counties of Adams and Brown ... [Ohio s.n., AI 0. 1825. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 28 x 20 cm. New Historical Society notes: Argues against the candidacy of general Beasley for Ohio state senator because of a conflict of interest with his position as canal commissioner, and supports the candidacy of captain Shepherd.
    Signed: Convention. Octocer [sic] 7, 1825.
    1663
    Die Ernsthafte Christenpflicht; Darinnen Schöne Geistreiche Gebäter, womit sich fromme Christen-Herzen su allen Zeiten und in allen Nöthen Trösten Können. Wooster, Ohio Gedruckt bey Johann Sala, First Century of German Language Printing in the U.S., 2837. SS 24438. 1826. 241 [i.e, 239], [37] p. ; 12 cm. First Century of German Language notes: Errors in paging: p. 101-142, 143-182, 187-210, 211-239 misnumbered 102-143, 145-184, 188-211, 213-241.
    Mennonite Historical Library notes: Irregularities in pagination: 144, 212 omitted in numbering; 101 numbered 109; middle numeral omitted from 116; 4 unnumbered pages between p. 184 and 188.
    In some copies first line of t.p. verso ("Esther, 8.") is imposed against "Ernsthafte" of t.p. recto, in others against "Christenpflicht". -- One copy were first line of t.p. verso is imposed against "Christenpflicht" also lacks "Die" from t.p. recto.
    Par.Cont.
    Partial contents: Anhang der Confession -- Fürstellung der vornehmsten Articulen unsers allgemeinen Christlichen Glaubens--p. [37], second count.
    49 prayers, 1 prayer outline; includes all of the prayers from Leenaerdt Clock’s Formulier Etlicher Christlichen Gebäthe.
    Signatures: [n]1 A-R/8 [n]1.
    Only the following libraries have the second [37] pages: American Antiquarian Society, Library Company of Philadlephia, Mennonite Historical Library, and Western Reserve Historical Library.
    1668
    Supplement to the Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette. Cincinnati Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette., SS 24569. 1826. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    1688
    The Miscellany. Containing Choice Specimens in Poetry and Prose, an Account of Several Modern Shipwrecks, and Two Extensive Chronological Tables. By a Gentleman of Baltimore. Cincinnati
    SS 25389. Sabin 49450. 1826. 98 p.
    1706
    Treasury Department. Circular. Second Comptroller's Office, Dec. 5, 1826.

    Hayman, 87(Fall-Winter, 1981), #65. 1826.

    5429
    The Voice of the People. Review of the Principles & Conduct of Messrs. Vance, Sloane, Wright & Co., Representatives in Congress from the State of Ohio, on the Presidential Election, Embracing a Commentary Upon the Speech of Mr. Wright at a Dinner Given to Him by His "Friends" at Steubenville, 31st July, 1826, and Upon the Address of Mr. Sloane to His Constituents, Dated Aug. 1st, 1826. [Steubenville s.n., AI 0. 1826] 24 p. ; 23 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    Undated pamphlet, circa August 1826.
    Donald Ratcliffe attributes authorship to John M. Goodenow.
    7735
    To the Electors of this District. Fellow Citizens:-I observe in the Olive Branch, the paper of Circleville, two pieces signed "One of your Constituents," and "Farmer." Re: answers critics on canals and his absence on Sunday in Congress. ... John Thompson. October 6, 1826. [Circleville s.n, AI 0. 1826] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8896
    Champlain, Plattsburgh[, and Orleans] Honor to the Bra[ve.] Splendid Battles! Cincinnati Published for the amusement of all Patriots, who glory in American Valor., AI 0. 1826. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ill. ; 51 x 31 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Three songs.
    Gen. Jackson's victory at New-Orleans, January 8, 1815; or, The hunters of Kentucky. First lines: Ye gentlemen and ladies fair, who grace this famous city. By Samuel Woodworth.
    MacDonough's naval victory!! on Lake Champlain; and defeat of Gov. Provost, at Plattsburgh, by Gen. Macomb, September 11, 1814. First line: Backside Albany, tan Lake Champlain. Variously titled "The siege of Plattsburgh," "The Battle of Plattsburgh," and "Backside Albany," the song, sung to the Irish air Boyne water, was written by Micah Hawkins.
    Cuffee's poetical review of Champlain, Plattsburgh and Orleans victories. First Lines: Green Mountain boys, dat fear no noise, made Probose lads dance Spanish, O!
    Text in three columns; printed area, including illustrated border, measures 44.2 x 26.8 cm.
    9854
    Carriers of the Western Tiller, to Their Patrons, on the New-Year of 1827. [Cincinnati J.W. Gazlay, AI 0. 1826] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 20 cm. New York Historical Society notes: Verse in two columns divided by double rule; first line: The custom's old, by which the carriers claim.
    Presumably printed late in 1826 by J.W. Gazlay, printer of the Western tiller, for distribution on or about New Year's Day.
    1177
    Administration Meeting. At a large and respectable meeting of the citizens of Hamilton County, friendly to the administration of the national government, held in Cincinnati ... the following resolutions were offered and unanimously adopted ... [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1827] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 27 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Signed : Wm. Ruffin, chairman. B. Drake, Smith Clason, secretaries. Cincinnati, Sept. 11, 1827.
    Text in three columns; printed area measures 15.0 x 18.0 cm.
    Annotated: papers of the estate of G. Good decd and C[illegible] Bond.
    1734
    The Dagon of Calvinism, of The Moloch of Decrees; a Poem in Three Cantos. To Which is Annexed A Song of Reason. Cincinnati Printed for the Publisher., SS 28650. 1827. 95 p.
    1744
    Interesting Report of the Rise and Progress...Protestant Episcopal Church, Kenyon College and Gambier. Gambier
    SS 29332 citing Thomson. Thomson 438. 1827.

    1774
    Satire on Modern Piety, and Gilded Prayers. Portraitures, of Certain Worthy Personages Residing in a Certain They Emigrated Some Years since; and having Obtained Dame Fortune's Propitious Smiles, They now Endeavor to "Astonish the Natives." Cincinnati Published by the Author., SS 30524. 1827. 22 p.
    1780
    Tracts, Moral, Historical, Didactic and Amusing: Original and Selected. Published in Numbers Convenient for Common Use and Preservation. Cincinnati Printed at the Office of the Western Tiller., SS 30824. 1827. 16 p.
    4067
    Circular. Cincinnati, October 24, 1827. A Letter Proposing that a Convention of the Friends of the Administration in Ohio be held at Columbus on Friday, Dec. 28...Samuel Davies. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1827. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4069
    For Sale, the Following Real Estate, belonging to the School Fund of Connecticut viz., In the Western Reserve in the State of Ohio. Litchfield, O., March 3, 1827. Seth P. Beers.

    AI 0. 1827. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5311
    Proceedings of the Friends of Andrew Jackson at a Meeting held at Zanesville, Ohio, Nov. 28, 1827. Zanesville s.n., AI 0. 1827. 8 p. ; 22 cm.
    6483
    The American Songster. A Collection of Popular Songs. Cincinnati Published by N. & G. Guilford, W.M. & O. Farnsworth, Printers, AI 0. 1827. 140 p. ; 14 cm. OC (RA808.81 A512).
    Includes index.
    Song texts, without music.
    7173
    Circular. Cincinnati, March 29, 1827. Sir at a Meeting of the Jackson Committee of Correspondence, for the county of Hamilton, on the 21st instant, the undersigned were appointed a select committee to open and continue a correspondence with similar committees ... with a view to promote the elevation of that illustrious citizen to the next presidency. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1827] 1 sheet ([1] p.) Broadside. ; 26 x 20 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Signed: Elijah Hayward [and six others].
    Printed area measures 15.5 x 15.6 cm.
    7846
    The New England Primer; Containing the Shorter Catechism; with a Brief Introduction to Spelling and Reading. Cincinnati Published and Sold by N. & G. Guilford, Wm. M. & O. Farnsworth, Jr. Printers., AI 0. Heartman 0. 1827. 34 p. ill. ; 15 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Includes poems, hymns, and prayers.
    Title and imprint statement transcribed from p. [1] of wrapper. Prayers, p. [4] of wrappers.
    Inscribed: Eleanor I Willson's book, March 15th, 1829; Eleanor Isabel Willson, book bought in Kneene [NH].
    American Antiquarian Society notes: (lacks p. 1-2, including title page).
    8012
    Circular. Letter urging the formation of a Committee to take such measures are necessary to insure the election of Mr. Adams. Oct. 24, 1827. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1827. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8102
    Circular. Calling friends of the Administration to meet at Mrs. Watson's Tavern for the purpose of forming a ticket for electors of President. New-Lisbon
    Wessen, 62(January 1956), #418. 1827. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    9784
    Explanation of the Design and Arrangements of the Co-Operative Magazine, Which Has Recently Been Commenced in Cincinnati, on the North-West Corner of Elm and Fifth Streets, to The Reader. [Cincinnati Maguet Office, AI 0. 1827] 4 p. ; 22 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    1805
    The Book of Prices Adopted by the House Carpenters of the Towns of Zanesville & Putnam, March 22nd, 1828. Zanesville Printed by Peters & Pelham., SS 32412. Graff 355. 1828. 15, [2] p. ; 19.5 cm. Also published in 1842 (Morgan 5528).
    1818
    An Exposition of Facts Connected with the Late Prosecutions in the Methodist Episcopal Church of Cincinnati. With Observations on a Narrative of Facts, &c. by David Fisher. To Which is Added, An Appendix, in Relation to the Rev. Truman Bishop. Cincinnati Looker & Reynolds, Printers., Rowe E2636. SS 33111. 1828. 60 p. ; 20 cm. Preface dated Cincinnati, 5th November, 1828 and signed: The Committee.
    See Fisher (Morgan 5965).
    1840
    Morton; A Tale of the Revolution. [Ten lines from Cowper] Cincinnati Printed and Published by Hatch, Nichols & Buxton., SS 34205. Wright, L.H. Amer. fiction, 1774-1850 (2nd ed.), 1924. 1828. 331, bv p. ; 21 cm. Errors in paging: p. 96, 146, 246 misnumbered 97, 131, 222.
    Dedication signed: The Authoress.
    1859
    The Story of Ahmed the Cobler or, The Great Astrologer. Canton Printed by W. W. Wyman., SS 35421. 1828. 56 p. ;
    1862
    A Vindication of the Truth, Being a Review of a Sermon Delivered by Joshua L. Wilson, D.D., from 1st John, 3-8 "There are three that bear witness in earth, the Spirit, the Water, and the Blood, and these three agree in one." By a Member of the Enon Baptist Church, in Cincinnati. [One line from Job] Cincinnati Morgan, Fisher, & L'Hommedieu, Printer., SS 37024. 1828. 38 p. ; 21 cm. "Erratum," p. 38.
    1867
    The Yankee in London; or A Short Trip to America. [four lines of quotation] Cincinnati Published and Sold by Robbins & Wright, At the Milton Book Store, No. 137, Main-Street. Hatch, Nichols & Buxton, Printers, SS 37274. Cf. Wright, L.H. Amer. fiction, 1774-1850 (2nd ed.), 2766, Philadelphia, 1826 edition only. 1828. 140, 2 l. p. 13.5 cm. The printers may have misfigured the press run as the text ends on p. 134 and "Anecdotes" are on pages [135]-140 plus 2 blank leaves in the final signature.
    4362
    To the Friends of the General Administration of the 14th Congressional District. Eli Baldwin to run against Whittlesey. Warren, O., Oct. 9, 1828. Warren
    AI 0. 1828. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5216
    To the Electors of Wayne County. A small handbill headed Wayne County vs. Wooster, and signed many voters of the county, has been issued against me from the Press of the Ohio Oracle, printed on Saturday [October 11, 1828] evening last and distributed on Sabbath day to different parts of the county in a sly and underhanded manner to prevent any of them falling into the hands of my known friends. ... Joseph H. Larwill. October 13, 1828. [Wooster s.n., AI 0. 1828] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27.3 x 19.8 cm. Printed in two columns. Includes letter from W. Stillman to Ezra Dean, dated Coshocton, Sept. 8th, 1828 at end.
    There is no known copy of the broadside to which Larwill refers (Morgan 8964).
    Printed area measures: 24.8 x 13.6 cm.
    6047
    The Songster's Museum; Being a Collection of the Most Approved Patriotic, Sentimental and Comic Songs. Zanesville Published and Sold by William Davis, Wholesale and Retail, AI 0. 1828. 72 p. ; 14 cm.
    6489
    To the Public. Re: recent death of John Cunning and Thomsonian medical practice. Signed William Hance. Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1828. 1 sheet ([1] p.) OC. (Folder 6-3).
    6491
    Jackson and the Constitution. Jackson and the People's Rights. October 31st, 1828. Freemen of Montgomery. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1828. 1 sheet ([1] p.) OC (Folder 3-).
    7153
    The bloody deeds of Gen. Jackson. The famous coffin hand bill reproduced. Names of murdered men given in detail and his own account of the massacre of helpless women and children .... [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1824] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21.5 x 34.25 cm. Enclosed in black border of coffins.
    Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as facsimile page images and full text.
    8004
    Jackson at Home. [Zanesville
    Ratcliffe letter. 1828] 1 sheet ([1] p.) OClWHi: Maria D. Coffinberry Papers.
    8510
    Re: anti-Jackson. Warren, October 28, 1828. [Warren
    Early American History Auctions, Oct. 1997, #434.; C. Wesley Cowan, Historic Americana Auction, Nov. 16, 1996. 1828] 1 sheet ([1] p.) "Measures not Men." is in Quotation Marks.
    8964
    Wayne County vs. Wooster. ... Signed: Many Voters of the County. [Wooster Ohio Oracle, AI 0. 1828] 1 sheet ([1] p.) Referenced in broadside reply by Joseph W. Larwill (Morgan 5216).
    10222
    Glorious Victory. Monday, October 27th, 1828./ We take pleasure in announcing to the friends of Gen. Jackson, the results of the election./ Of fourteen Congressmen elected, Eight certain, are for Jackson: viz. Findley, majority 2560; Russell, 2500; Shields, 1700; Stanbery, 1500; Irvin, 1055; Thompson, 1000; Goodenow, 500, and Kennon 200./ In the 14th district the election is doubtful, and it is probable Mr. Bartly will be left out. These majorities when added, exceed those of our opponents, which renders the vote of the State pretty certain for Jackson. The poll may however, be a close one, and a single county, and that our own, decide it. This shows the necessity of your being at your posts on Friday next./ Another./ Out intelligence from Pennsylvania is of the most cheering kind. There our cause is completely triumphant. Not an Adams Congressman is elected in that State. In Philadelphia County our majority exceeds 5000./ Indiana is also certain for Jackson; and should be received, either the votes of this State, or that of Kentucky (both of which it is probable he will,) Mr. Adams cannot possible be elected./ Rally, rally, then to the polls and show our opponents that their boasting of beating us in this County are untrue, and by so doing you may decide the contest in our favour, and secure to our Country that liberty and independence for which Gen. Jackson and our Fathers so bravely fought./ Robt. M'Connell, S.A. Barker, Jacob R. Price, Timothy Gaylord, A. M'Connell. [McConnellsville s.n.,
    1828] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 7" x 6" Cowan Auctions, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2005.
    1916
    Grand Solar Microscope. On Account of the Unfavorableness of the Weather this Day [Saturday] Hamilton
    SS 38805. 1829. Broadside. ; 23 x 29 cm.
    1923
    Die Kleine Lieder Sammlung, oder Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions, zum Dienst inniger heilsuchender Seelen, insonderheit aber der Brunderschaft der Taufer zum Dienst und Gebrauch zusammengetragen in gegenwärtig kleiner Form, und mit einem dreyfachen Register versehen. [Three lines from Psalms] Dritte vermehrte Auflage. Canton Gedruckt bey Solomon Sala,, SS 39221; First Cent. of German Lang. Printing in the U.S., 2999; Durnbaugh 100. 1829. 256 p. ; 11 cm. Without music with index of first lines.
    1936
    The New England Primer; Containing the Shorter Catechism; with a Brief Introduction to Spelling and Reading. Cincinnati Published by N. & G. Guilford, SS 39740. 1829. [30] p.
    1971
    National Anniversary. A Copy of the Remarks Introductory to the Reading of the Declaration of Independence by Samuel R. Miller, and a Copy of the Oration Delivered by Bellamy Storer, Were Furnished the Committee of Arrangement, at the Request of That Body, and Furnished for Publication. [Cincinnati s.n., SS 40546. 1829] 12 p. ; 18 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    "Oration delivered at the Methodist Reformed Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the 4th of July, 1829. By Bellamy Storer."--p. 3-12.
    5201
    Newark, March 31, 1829. At a Public Meeting relative to the Cumberland Road on the Newark Route. [Newark s.n., AI 0. 1829] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5529
    History of Joseph and His Brethren and of the Bondage and Miraculous Deliverance of the Israelites. Being a Selection from the Old Testament. Designed for the Instruction of Youth. Embellished with Twelve Coloured Engravings. [Steubenville] Published by J. & B. Turnbull, Steubenville., AI 37780. 1829. [2], 3-24 p. col. front., 5 col. plate. ; 18 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Each plate contains two cuts.
    "J. Wilson, Printer."--colophon, p. 24.
    "The bondage and miraculous deliverance of the Israelites.:--p. 18-24.
    Publishers' advertisement, p. [4] of wrapper.
    5638
    Patent for Method of Making Peach, Apple and Cider Brandy with instructions for making these as well as gin. Gallia
    AI 0. 1829.

    6353
    The American Primer, Containing Short and Easy Lessons for Little Children. Cincinnati Published by N. & G. Guilford, AI 0. [1829] 19 p. ; 10 cm. Wessen: Published by the father of popular education in Ohio.
    Title from cover.
    Sabin, v. 15 cites "4th ed." 1813.
    7659
    Review of Senator Johnson's Report on the Sabbath Mail Question. [Dayton Regans and Van Cleve, prs., AI 0. 1829] 20 p. ; 24 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    Imprint from colophon, p. 20.
    This is a review of Senator Johnson's report, printed in the Feb. 17, 1829 issue of the Dayton Journal & Advertiser.
    7964
    This evening will be exhibited, at the Lower or Western Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio; on the bottom, corner of Main and Columbia Streets, a most extraordinary and imposing group, representing the Infernal Regions. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1829.

    7993
    Declaration of Independence. Hamilton
    Wessen, 53(April 1952), #354. 1829. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    9969
    The Burning of a Witch by Two Drunkards. Also an Allegorical Description of the River Ardent. By a Basket Maker ... Georgetown, (O.) Burchel J. Barney, Printer, AI 0. 1829. 32 p. ; 15 cm.
    2018
    A Choice Selection of Hymns, from Various Authors, Recommended to All Denominations for the Worship of God. [Three lines of quotation] First Edition. Canton, Ohio Printed by John Saxton., AI 863. 1830. [1-3], 4-256 p. ; 12 cm. "Index to the Hymns."--p. [241-248.
    "Index or Table, Suited to Particular Subjects or Occasions."--p. [249]-256.
    2025
    Description of the View of Athens, and Surrounding Country, Giving a Complete Outline of the Whole Picture, with Numbers and References...

    AI 1142. 1830.

    2029
    Extracts from Pamphlets Originally Published in England and Relating to the Rev. George Montgomery West, Intended to Accompany His Printed Reply to the Late Report Delivered by Bishop Chase before the Annual Convention in Gambier, Ohio. Sept. 8th, 1830. [Gambier
    AI 1306. 1830] 32 p.
    2030
    The Federal Ready Reckoner, in Dollars and Cents; for the Use of Persons Who have not the Convenience, or are not Expert, in Making Calculations in Figures. To which is Added, a Number of Valuable Tables, Forms, &c. &c. Cincinnati William Conclin, AI 1358. 1830. 144 p. ; 12 cm.
    2059
    Official Documents, &c. in relation to the Bank of the United States. [Steubenville Printed by Subscription by James Wilson, AI 2889. 1830] 60 p. ; 20 cm. Caption title; no imprints.
    Contents: House of Representatives of the United States, April 13, 1830. Report [of] the Committee of ways and means.--Senate of the United States, March 29, 1830. Report [of] the Committee on finance.--From the New York American. To the members of the state legislatures of the U. States.--Mr. Gallatin's opinions.--Legislature of Pennsylvania. Resolution.
    2077
    The Songster's Magazine. A Choice Collection of the Most Approved Patriotic, Comic, Sentimental, Amatory and Naval Songs, Both Ancient and Modern Together with the New Comic Songs of Clar de Kitchen, Jim Crow, &c. &c. Cincinnati Published by John H. Wood. Wood & Stratton, Printers, AI 3548. 1830. [154] p. ; 15 cm.
    2078
    The Substance of a Letter, said to be from a Committee of Devils to a Gentleman, and His Answer to Said Committee. Wilmington, O. Printed by W. H. P. Denny, AI 3631. [1830]. 48 p.
    2079
    To the Electors of Muskingum County. Zanesville
    Hayman #129. 1830.

    2080
    The Trial of Colonel Charles L. Harrison, Accused of Having Robbed the Branch Bank of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, at Louisville, of 25,000 Dollars, on the Night of the 17th September, 1829. a Member of the Bar. Cincinnati Printed for the Reporter, at the Chronicle Office, AI 3755. Cohen, M.I., Bib. Early Amer. Law 14011. 1830. 83, [1] p. 21 cm. "Opinion of Judge Pirtie": p. [75]-83.
    Trial in the Jefferson Circuit Court.
    The CtY-L copy inscribed by Richard S. Wheatley.
    2086
    The Western Agriculturist, and Practical Farmer's Guide. Prepared under the Superintendence of the Hamilton County Agricultural Society. Cincinnati Published by Robinson and Fairbank., AI 5411. Henderson, page 190. Rink, E. Technical Americana 1360. 1830. xii, [1], 14-367, bv p., [2] leaves of plates (1 folded). ill. ; 19 cm. Published in 1832 under title: The Farmer's Guide and Western Agriculture. (Morgan 2287)
    Second plate engraved by W. Woodruff.
    "Robinson & Fairbank-Printers."-verso of title page.
    Wessen notes: Contains a fine early history of KENTUCKY HORSES by Daniel Gano, with the folding plate of the arab CONSUL.
    4065
    Notice to Immigrants. Land for Sale on most Reasonable Terms...near the Steams'-Boats Landing in Fairport, on Lake Erie. Apply to Robert B. Parkman. June 1, 1830.

    AI 0. 1830. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4243
    The Book of Prices of the House Carpenters and Joiners of the Town of Dayton, Adopted Friday, July 10, 1830. Dayton Printed at the Journal Office, AI 1106. 1830. 28, [1] p.
    5418
    The Child's Grammar, or, English Grammar Illustrated. Cadiz Published by H. Anderson. Engraver, Printers & Publishers of Maps, Prints & Juvenile Books, AI 0. [1830] 12 leaves. ill. ; 14 cm. Title taken from printed wrapper.
    Engraved text and illustrations throughout.
    Printed on one side of leaf only, the printed pages facing each other.
    5971
    The United States' Spelling Book, with Appropriate Reading Lessons: Being an Easy Standard for Spelling, Reading, and Pronouncing the English Language, According to the Rules Established by John Walker, in the Critical Pronouncing Dictionary. By Sundry Experienced Teachers. [Two lines of quotation from Humphreys.] Steubenville, O. Holdship, Hanna & Turnbull, at the Clinton Paper-Mill., AI 0. Rieger 1974. [1830?] 144 p. ; 17 cm. OHi: Printed matter from contemporary publications form lining-paper and fly leaf (one dated 1830.).
    6057
    At the Sign of the Good Samaritan. No. 3, Upper Market Space, Cincinnati. Turlington's Balsam of Life. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 183- 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    6093
    The Fashionable Western Letter Writer; or Art of Polite Correspondence. Containing a Variety of Plain and Elegant Letters, on Business, Love, Courtship, Marriage, Relationship, Friendship, &c. Adapted to General Use. With Forms of Complimentary Cards. And a New and Easy English Grammar, Peculiarly Applicable to Writing Letters with Accuracy. Cincinnati Published by Morgan & Sanxay, and Robinson & Fairbank., AI 0. 1830. 166+ p. ; 13.5 cm. Morgan (166 p.)
    6362
    Complete Fortune-Teller and Dream-Book. Cincinnati Published for the Purchaser, AI 0. 183-

    6464
    Questions on the New Testament. With References to Sources of Information. Published, Oxford, Eng. Republished. Gambier, Ohio Acland Press., AI 0. 1830. 26 p. ; 16.5 cm.
    7227
    Believer's Appeal.

    Richmond 73. 183-. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7246
    The House That Jack Built. Cadiz Published by H. Anderson, AI 0. 1830. [8] p. ill. ; 9 cm. Title taken from printed wrapper.
    Printed on one side of leaf only with printed pages facing each other.
    7253
    Funeral Commemoration.

    Richmond 718. 183- 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7398
    To the Voters of Tuscarawas County. [Dover
    Rieger not numbered. 1830] 1 sheet ([1] p.) Rieger: The anonymous author brings to the voters' attention that "certain persons of our country two years since called on" them "to oppose free-masons at the polls," that they pledged that they would not support free-masons in any event, and that whenever free-masons ran for office they would inform the voters of that fact. The writer then points out that of the two candidates for Congress, Samuel Stokely, a supporter of Henry Clay, was a free-mason, while his opponent, Humphrey H. Leavitt, an Andrew Jackson Democrat, was not.
    This concerned citizen then goes on to say that because in 1828 the anti-masons had strongly opposed John M. Goodenow, a Jackson Democrat but also a free-mason, this 1830 contest bore watching, to see if the anti-masons would be as much against Stokely as they had been against Goodenow, or if their anti-mason position was merely an opportunistic attempt to defeat Goodenow (who, despite the anti-Masons, was elected). "Let us watch and see if these men who hunted free-masons so hard two years ago, will hunt them now." Perhaps they did, for -- whatever the reason -- Stokely lost. And two years later he lost once more in a rematch with Leavitt, but then in 1840, after Leavitt had left Congress, he was elected on the coat tails of William Henry Harrison.
    8092
    Receipts for Making 24 Different Kinds of Spirituous Liquors by the Use of John Ziegler's Filtering Apparatus. Canton
    AI 0. 1830.

    8103
    Reduction in the Cost of Printing Apparatus. Jan. 30, 1830. To be sold on the labour for labour principle. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1830] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 11 cm.
    8202
    Ohio and Mississippi Chart of Reference. Distance Table. Cincinnati Printed by F.S. Benton, AI 0. 183- 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    9446
    The Calculator, Giving the Amount, in Dollars and Cents, of Any Number of Articles, from One, to One Thousand, at Any Price, from Fourth of a Cent, to Ten Dollars; and Equally Applicable to Every Other Species of Calculation, as Is Shown in the Explanation. To Which, Are Added, Many Useful Tables, of Interest, Weights, Measures, and Money's--and the Most Approved Forms of All the Instruments of Writing, That Occur in Ordinary Business. [Hamilton, Ohio] Published by T. Webster, at the Telegraph Office, Hamilton, Ohio., AI 0. 1830. [1-2], 3-144 p. ; 14 cm. Signature K is printed M. L is printed upside-down. Page 76 is printed 62.
    10106
    An Appeal, to the People of the First Congressional District, of Ohio, on the Currency of the County ... [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1830] 12 p. ; 19 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    Signed: A Citizen.
    10276
    Der Herumträger des Blattes der Vaterlandsfreund, an seine erleuchteten Kunden am ersten Januar, 1831 [Canton, Ohio Solomon Sala,
    1830] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 29 x 22 cm. American Antiquarian Society copy bound before the Jan. 3, 1832, issue of the Readinger Adler.
    10330
    To all persons to whom these presents shall come … [Ashtabula Parkman & Fassett, Printers, Ashtabula, Ohio.,
    [between 1830 and 1838] 1 sheet [2] p.) ; 41 x 32 cm. Deed for property issued by the state of Ohio.
    Only known imprint of printers, Parkman and Fassett.
    2184
    Kurzgefasstes Weiber-Büchlein Enthält Aristoteli und A. Magni Hebammen-Kunst mit endarzu [sic] gehörigen Recepten. Canton Gedruckt fur Jacob Sala., AI 7878. 1831. 64 p. ; 12 cm. Page 10 misnumbered 01.
    2218
    A Vision, Exhibiting the Arraigning, Trying and Condemning of an Unfaithful Shepherd, before a Spiritual Court. By an Acute Observer. Chillicothe J. Hough., AI 10502. 1831. 35 p.
    5325
    Das Neue ABC Buchstabier und Lesebuch fur Deutsche Schulen fur Kinder, Welche anfangen zu learnen. 1st aufl. Canton Gedrucht bey Salomon Sala., AI 0. 1831. [1]-46 p. ; 18 cm.
    5536
    The New England Primer Containing the Shorter Catechism with a Brief Introduction to Spelling and Reading. Cincinnati Printed and Sold by N. & G. Guilford., AI 0. 1831. [42] p. ill. (woodcut). ; 10 cm.
    6870
    An Episcopal Tract. Address on the Organization and Government of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States. Delivered in Dayton, June, 1831. Dayton Van Cleve & Comly, Printers., AI 0. 1831. 12 p. ; 20 cm.
    8735
    Head-Quarters. 3d Reg. 1st Brig. 16th D. O. M. [Fill in blank] 183[blank] At a court of appeals, held at the court house in Chillicothe, on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year 183 [blank] personally appeared [blank] and claimed exemption from military duty in time of peace, under the statute in such case made and provided, passed 22d February, 1831, and for cause of exemption alleged that he is [blank] And it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that the said [blank] is [blank]. I do therefore hereby certify that the said [blank] is exempt from military duty in time of peace. [blank] President of the Court of Appeals. [Chillicothe s.n., AI 0. 1831] Broadside. ; 10.5 x 18.5 cm. Cadwallader Wallace petitioned for exemption because he was thirty-five years of age. Thomas D. Raper was President of the Court of Appeals.
    9768
    Useful Curiosity, an Outline of the History and Chronology of the World on One Sheet of Paper. Cincinnati Lincoln & Co., AI 0. 1831. 8 p. ; 20 cm.
    2253
    Beauties of the Children's Friend. Cincinnati
    AI 11250. 1832.

    2271
    Circular for Information to update Ohio Gazetteer. Columbus Printed by Scott & Wright., AI 0. 1832.
    Ohio Gazetteer, 1833, p. [III], "circulars were prepared early last spring, and sent to intelligent gentlemen" to update gazetteer.
    2286
    The Eolian Songster, A Choice Collection of the Most Popular Sentimental, Patriotic, Naval, and Comic Songs. With Music. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James., AI 12303. 1832. 252 p. illus. ; 15 cm. Principally without the music.
    2289
    First Principles of Arithmetic. For the Use of Very Young Children. Gallipolis Printed by the Phoenix Office., AI 12405. 1832. 30 p.
    2339
    Practical Gardener; Containing Directions for Cultivating a Great Variety of Garden Vegetables and Fruits, with a Calendarial Index Pointing Out the Course to Be Pursued by the Gardener in Every Month of the Year, &c. &c. [Cincinnati s.n.,] AI 14348. 1832. 119 p. ; 19 cm.
    2344
    Reply Concerning Piece of Poetry Issued about the Shakers of Kentucky. New Lebanon
    AI 14497. 1832.

    2345
    Report of Deaths of Cholera, that have occurred in Cincinnati, from the 24, of September, to the 14, of November. Alphabetically arranged, by an Attentive Observer. Cincinnati Printed by Wood & Stratton., AI 14499. 1832. 18 p.
    2349
    Schoene Geistliche Ausserlesene und Einfaltige Raetzel-Stuecklein. Trenton
    AI 14615. 1832. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    2360
    To the Electors of the 16th Congressional District...anti-masonic broadside. Warren
    Walgren 0. 1832. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5174
    Morgan's Tragedy. The Abduction, Imprisonment and (as we believe) Cruel Murder of Capt. William Morgan, by the Free Masons, Oct. [sic Sept.] 19, 1826. Poem, Alluding to the Death of Judge Wilcoxon, of Sandusky, Jan. 1832 by a running away of His horse, and his Little Daughter, who died last Summer. [Ohio s.n., AI 0. Walgren 3659. 1832] Broadside. ; 27.5 x 20.5 cm. PRB notes: Printed in two columns divided by line of type ornaments within border of type ornaments.
    Poem in 20 four-line stanzas.
    Date from internal evidence.
    5653
    An Die Ermahler des Funften Congress-District 10. German. West Union
    Wessen, 62(January 1956), #375; 97(Sept. 16, 1966), #421. 1832.

    5654
    An Das Publicum. Re: Jackson campaign. German. Columbus
    AI 0. 1832.

    6056
    Lands of the Seneca and Big Spring Reservation. Wooster
    AI 0. 1832.
    Wessen notes in 42(Nov. 1948) that OHi wanted only copy? Plus, Wessen, 28, sold to Streeter.
    Joseph Dush, late of Willard, Ohio, had a copy. It did not appear in his estate sales.
    Location unknown.
    6150
    Supplement to Farmer & Mechanic Newspaper, Dec. 5, 1832, containing a description and history of the Kentucky stock of English cattle owned by Various Western Farms. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1832] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7164
    Deutsche Americanische A B C-Buchstabir- und Namen-Buchlein, fur Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Osnaburg (Stark County, Ohio) Gedruckt und zu haben bey Heinrich Kurtz., AI 0. 1832. 48 p. ill. ; 18 cm. Preface dated March 24, 1832. In printed boards.
    7298
    The Cabinet, or the Village Schoolmaster's Story of the United States Government. Cadiz, Harrison County, O. H. Anderson., AI 0. 1832.

    7369
    Expose No. 2 of the Manner in which the Public Schools of Cincinnati have been conducted by Nathan Guilford and others. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1832] 8 p. ; 21 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    7370
    Expose No. 1 of the Manner in which the Public Schools of Cincinnati have been conducted by Nathan Guilford and others. Caption title. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1832]
    No copy located.
    Expose No. 2, page 4.
    7815
    Minority Report On The Miami Canal Lands.
    n. p., AI 0. 1832.
    Caption title; no imprint.
    7963
    Pure Blooded Bull, Henry Baldwin. Five years old Spring, 1832. Lith. by Frank and Kramm. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1832.

    8002
    Military Meeting. 4 p folder. Resolution (p. 1 & 2) of a group meeting for purpose of drafting law for reorganization Ohio Militia. Lancaster
    AI 0. 1832. 4 p. Wessen sold to OCHP in 1848, did not locate when there, Summer 1995.
    8005
    Beware of Wolves in Sheep's Clothing. The Last Dying Struggle of the Opposition. Re: In opposition to Henry Clay. Columbus Sentinel Extra. Columbus
    AI 0. 1832. 1 sheet ([1] p.) Did not locate when visited OCHP. Summer 1995.
    8006
    Debate in the Senate of the U.S. on the Nomination of Martin Van Buren all of the speeches on the Question of his Rejection which have been made. Zanesville
    AI 0. 1832.
    Pelham's cost calculations on the CSmH copy on the verso of title page.
    8044
    Union Republican Electoral Ticket for President and Vice President. William Wirt and Amos Ellmaker. Cadiz
    AI 0. 1832. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8089
    Vaterlandsfreundes! Re: campaign piece in behalf of Jacksonian candidate for Congress, in English and German. [Canton s.n., AI 0. 1832] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8097
    Jackson Ballots printed in German. Canton
    AI 0. 1832. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8109
    Western Courier. Extra, Sept. 8, 1832. More Church & State. Combination to overawe the press. Ravenna
    AI 0. 1832.
    Two pages, one sheet printed both sides. If numbered as part of the newspaper, is newspaper, if not, is imprint.
    9412
    Ashtabula Sentinel, Extra. Tuesday Morning, July 3, 1832. Borough Ordinance. Ashtabula Ashtabula Sentinel., AI 0. 1832. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    9774
    Benjamin M. Piatt vs. Bank of the United States, John St. Clair and Others, Appeal in Chancery, Abstract and Brief for Compt., State of Ohio, Supreme Court of Hamilton County. Cincinnati Wood and Stratton, AI 0. 1832.
    1832.
    30 p. ; 22 cm. Caption title.
    For a similar title with 143 pages and no printer, see Morgan 7130.
    10083
    The Dinner in Honor of the Centennial Birth-Day of Washington. [s.l. s.n.,
    1832] 32 p. ; 23 cm. OHS labeled these Early American Pamphlets./ Reproduction: Microfilm./ Columbus, Ohio :/ Ohio Historical Society,/ 1985./ 15 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
    Where is original?
    10135
    Cumberland Road in Ohio. [Dayton s.n.,
    1832] [1-3], bv p. ; 32.5 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    Contains a group favoring the change in the location of the National Road immediately west of Springfield to Dayton and Eaton.
    10156
    Chillicothe Advertiser-----Extra. "The Union---It Must Be Preserved."--Jackson. For President, Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee. [Symbol American eagle] For Vice-President, Martin Van Buren, of New York. Nominated by the Democratic Republican Party of the United States. Americans, Friends Of The Union, Of Jackson, & The Constitution, On Friday 2nd of November, You will be called upon to exercise the rights of Freeman, in voting for Electors of President and Vice-President of the United States----Rights which are denied the people of the old world, and were purchased for you by the best blood of our fathers in the war of the Revolution[.] Let no trivial excuse keep you from the polls---On the vote you will then give, may depend the fate of millions yet unborn. Coalitions Have been formed, and bargains have been made by men of Hartford Convention stamp, the advocates for a consolidation of the National government at the North, with the Nullifiers, the disunionists at the South---Leading anti-mason and leading masons have agreed to give each other their mutual support for office---And the Mammoth Bank, the stock of which is owned by English Lords and American Tories, has boldly proclaimed that It Will Put Down The People's President, because he is in favor of giving us the power to tax that bank the same as we tax our own banks. It has set up its Feed Lawyers as candidates for office, hired its Printers, and sent out its dependent shavers and borrowers to alarm the timid about the prices of produce and labor, which we all know that both have risen to be of nearly double value under Jackson as President, what they formerly were in 1825, 6 & 7, under Adams & Clay. Do you wonder the bank has so many advocates? The Bank Pays Well. Did you doubt it? Ask Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, John Sergeant, & James Wilson, of Steubenville, who were once its most Bitter Enemies, and are now its most Devoted Friends! To Put Down the man who dares thus to do his duty to his country in despite of all opposition, and whom money cannot bribe, and men in arms cannot alarm, a resort has been had to intrigues the most unwarrantable, to plots the most despicable, and to combinations the most unnatural: And In Defiance Of Heaven Itself, the leader of this combination has dared to invoke the direst curses upon his country. Will You Tamely Look On? In less than four years, President Jackson has recovered more money from foreign governments, for injuries done our commerce, than all other Presidents before him; and has paid more of the Public Debt, and expended more on Internal Improvements, than any other President has done in the same time, besides reducing the taxes on sugar, tea, coffee, salt, &c. Fellow Citizens--Rally then to the Polls, and vote for the Hero, the Soldier, the Patriot, the Sage who presides over our beloved country---the Guardian of her Constitution---the Protector of her Treasury---the tried Friend of the Poor---the Foe of Aristocracy---the Champion of Liberty and Equality---the Foe of Monarchy and Monopolies---the Practical Statesman, and the object of admiration and respect throughout the civilized world. Democracy Triumphant!!! The Grand Coalition Prostrated! Lucas is elected by at least 7000 majority, 11 out of 19 members of Congress, and a majority of at least 12 in the Ohio Legislature, friendly to Andrew Jackson, are elected. Gratitude, Glory And Patriotism!! The Bank party are prostrated in their strong hold. In Pennsylvania, Wolf is elected by rising 4000, and the State is certain for Jackson by a majority of at least 20,000. Jacksonians! Your enemies will fill the land with newspapers, and handbills, and circulars, and falsehoods---Trust them not---They Will Attempt Tp Deceive You [Hand pointing right] By False Tickets! [Hand pointing left] Be not deceived---below you will find the correct Ticket. Awake, ye that sleep! Arouse, ye ho slumber! Shake off your apathy, ye who are careless!! We have triumphed in the state elections in Maine, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Missouri, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio. To The Polls, then!---Onward!---Come yourselves---Bring Your Neighbors, one and all, and success is certain! [Chillicothe Chillicothe Advertiser,
    1832] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; There is no "correct" ticket listed below.
    10302
    Proceedings of the First General Convention, of the Receivers of the Doctrines of the New Jerusalem Westward of the Alleghany Mountains. [Cincinnati s.n.,
    1832]

    10374
    The Monkey's Frolic. A Funny Picture Book. Cadiz, OH. Published by H. Anderson, AI 0. 1832. [8] p. ; 11 cm. Only known copy for sale at Bartleyby's Book, online 4/3/2009: With hand-colored illustration and six lines of verse in the lower margin (eight lines for the final illustration). Printed on one side of leaf only, the printed pages facing each other.
    Earlier American editions appeared in Hartford, 1828, and Baltimore in 1829. The earliest known edition which is in the Osborne Collection at the University of Toronto, was published in London, with a different sub-title, circa 1825, by Harris.
    185
    The Ohio Officer's Guide, and Clerk's Companion. Containing a Summary View of the Principal Provisions of the Statutes, as Revised in 1830-'31. Relating to the Duties of the Justices of the Peace, and All Other Township Officers; with Appropriate Forms: Also, a Collection of Useful Forms of Deeds, Articles of Government, Powers of Attorney, Bonds, Wills, &c., &c. With Directions for Executors & Administrators; and Tables of Interest, Calculated at Six Per Cent, Per Annum. By a Member of the Bar. 2n ed., enl., with Such Alterations as Have Been Made in the Laws of 1832-'3: the Duties of County Officers; Constitution of Ohio and of the United States; the Pension Act, &c., &c. Steubenville Published by J. & B. Turnbull. James Wilson, Printer., AI 20504. Rieger 9171. Vodrey 68. 1833. xii, 280, xvi, [1], 5, [7], xviii, 340-408 p. ; 19 cm.
    2374
    Address to the Clergy of the U.S. on the Theological Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg. Columbus Scott & Wright., AI 17257. 1833. 18 p.
    2425
    Declaration of Independence Signed by the Representatives of the United States, in Congress Assembled, July 4, 1776 with the Names, Places of Residence, etc. of the Signers. Constitution of the United States Done in Convention, by the Unanimous Consent of the States Present, the Seventeenth Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Seven, and of the Independence of the United States of America the Twelfth. Also, Address of George Washington, President of the United States, to His Fellow Citizens, on Declining Being Considered a Candidate for Their Future Suffrages, September 17, 1796. Cincinnati Printed and Published by A.F. Robinson, AI 18526. 1833. 47 p. ; 21 cm.
    2431
    The Eolian Songster, A Choice Collection of the Most Popular Sentimental, Patriotic, Naval and Comic Songs. With Music. Cincinnati N. & G. Guilford & Co., AI 18707. 1833. ix, 11-252 p. incl. front. ill. (incl. music) 1 pl. ; 15 cm.
    2497
    Original Sermons by Presbyterian Ministers, in the Mississippi Valley. [Four lines from Paul] Cincinnati Published by M'Millan & Clopper. No. 1, Baker street., AI 20530. 1833. 309, [310] p. ; 18 cm. Sermons by Joshua L. Wilson, Sayrs Gazlay, Daniel Hayden, James Hall Brookes, James Blythe, David Monfort, Reuben Frame, Joshua T. Russell, John Matthews, and Alexander M'Farlane.
    Contents: Methods of peace; The character of man, by J.L. Wilson.--The way of salvation, by Sayrs, Gazlay.--Seasonable admonition, by Rev. Daniel Hayden.--Fulfillment of the ministry, by J.L. Brookes.--Gospel doctrine and Christian Duty, by James Blythe.--Justification by faith; Christian confidence and security, by David Monfort.--Blessedness of justification, by Reuben Frame.--Hearers classified; Hearers instructed, by Joshua T. Russell.--Unity of Christ and the church, by Joshua Matthews.--Redemption, by A. M'Farlane.--The sanctuary polluted; The sanctuary cleaned, by J.L. Wilson.
    2504
    Remarks on the Report of the Commissioner Appointed to Examine the National Road. Made to the General Assembly of Ohio at Their Late Session. By the Late Superintendent. Zanesville
    Wessen, 6(Feb. 17, 1939), #93. 1833. 16 p.
    2514
    The Story of Sinbad the Sailor: From the Arabian Nights' Entertainments. With Engravings. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James, AI 0. 1833. 112 p. ill. ; 13 cm.
    2528
    The Western Primer, or Introduction to Webster's Spelling Book. Illustrated with Seventy-Seven Wood Cuts. Cincinnati Published by Corey and Fairbank, AI 22606. 1833. 35 p. front. ill. ; 15 cm.
    5650
    Lines Composed on the Death of Maria F. Buel, who was barbarously murdered by her step-father, who was publicly Executed at Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio, November 1st, 1833. Warren Printed by William Foster, AI 0. 1833. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 17 cm. Within border of type ornaments, printed in two columns.
    5714
    Every One His Own Teacher, or, A Select Compendium of Necessary Rules of Orthography; Compiled for Daily Use in a Common School, Attempted in Verse, in Six Lectures-Addressed to the Pupils...By a Teacher. Steubenville, O Printed by James A. Wilson., AI 0. 1833. 36 p. ; 16 cm.
    6911
    Picture Primer; Intended as a First Book for Children, and as an Introduction to the Picture Reading Book. By a Friend of Youth. Cincinnati
    Minnich, Harvey C., WILLIAM HOLMES McGUFFEY AND HIS READERS, page 30. 1833.

    7005
    Die Kleine Lieder-Sammlung; oder, Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions, zum Dienst inniger heilsuchender Seelen, insonderheit aber der Brunderschaft der Taufer zum Dienst und Gebrauch zusammengetragen in gegenwartig kleiner Form, und mit einem dreysachen Register vershen. 4 Aufl. Osnaburg H. Kurtz, AI 0. 1833. 256 p. ; 12 cm.
    7160
    Robert Thompson's Visit to Cincinnati and His Cousin Henry's Visit to the Country. Stereotyped by J. A. James. Juvenile Press. Cincinnati Published by Truman, Smith and Co., AI 0. [1833] 23, bv p. ill. ; 14 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: In verse and prose.
    Wrapper imprint statement varies, "Cincinnati: Truman and Smith, 150 Main Street."
    Wood engravings variously signed by "Gilbert," and "M" (i.e., Abraham John Mason.
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: Waterman Burnham.
    7195
    A Lecture on the Theory and Practice of Medicine, Delivered in the Town of Coshocton, Ohio, May 6th, 1833. At a Meeting of the Coshocton Branch of the Friendly Botanic Medical Society; and Published at Their Request. By a Member of the Said Society. Millersburg s.n., AI 0. 1833. 16 p. ; 22 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: A defense of the Thomsonian system of medicine. In a report from the Coshocton Branch to the general convention of the Friendly Botanic Society meeting at Pittsburgh in Oct. 1833, the names of the five practitioner members of the Coshocton Branch were listed as Alanson Goodwin, Alexander McGowan, George Parks, Hiram Wright, and Joel Dalby, Jr. Cf. The Thomsonian Recorder, v. 2, no. 4, Nov. 23, 1833, p. 52.
    7429
    Circular. An Appeal to the Citizens of Cincinnati, on the Subsect [sic] of Temperance. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1833.
    Caption title; no imprint.
    7767
    Choice Selection of Hymns from Various Authors, Recommended for the Worship of God. 3rd. ed. Osnaburg
    AI 0. 1833.

    7774
    Das Kleine A B C-Buchlein. [Illustration of bird] [Osnaburg] Gedruckt und verlegt bey Henrich Kurtz, Osnaburg, Stark County, Ohio., AI 0. 1833. [1-5], 6-31, [32] p. ill. cover-title and t.p. ; 12.5 cm. Same title on brown wrappers within a decorative border. Back wrapper has illustration of stage coach with "Die Post=Kutsche." and horizontal decorative line borders.
    Page 27 numbered 7.
    The wrappers are included in the pagination, although it may be that the leaves are pasted to the wrappers. If this is the case, the wrappers are separate.
    7913
    Adventures of Dandy Jack, or the Patriotick Monkey. Cadiz Published by Hugh Anderson., AI 0. 1833.
    Weimerskirch note: "On the recto of the second leaf (not counting the front cover) is a manuscript presentation inscription: 'Miss Hanah J. Greene a preasent [sic] from her Aunty' followed by six lines of poetry."
    8079
    Das vortreffliche edelblütige Pferd, der junge Conedien, wird die angehende Jahreszeit für Mähren gehalten werden an folgender Stelle: bei Christian Gerber in Canton Taunship, etwa fünf Meilen südlich von Canton, alle Tage in der Woche ... / Canton Printed by Peter Kaufmann,
    1833. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 53 x 40 cm. Title from first lines of text.
    Imprint also appears in English: Printed by Peter Kaufmann, Canton, Stark County, Ohio.
    Size of ill. of horse and man: 15 x 21 cm.
    Wessen, 62(January 1956), #349.
    8081
    Elegant Blooded Horse Young Chesterball. (Text repeated in German.) Canton
    AI 0. 1833. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8100
    The Elegant Blooded Horse Young Defiance...Henry Slusser, Canton, O. March 18, 1833. Canton Peter Kaufmann, Wessen, 62(January 1956), #351. 1833. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23-3/8" x 18" In German and English.
    8115
    Elegant Blooded Horse Young Wild Medley...H. & D. Allman, Bethlehem, Stark County, O. March 18, 1833. Canton Peter Kaufmann, Wessen, 62(January 1956), #353. 1833. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23-1/4" x 18". In German and English.
    8116
    Excellent Horse Young Gold Finder. John Hoy, Manchester, Stark Co., Ohio. March 18, 1833. Text repeated in German. Canton
    Wessen, 62(January 1956), #253. 1833. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8153
    Choice Selection of Hymns from Various Authors Recommended to All Denominations for the Worship of God.. 2d ed. Osnaburg Henry Kurtz, AI 0. 1833. 256 p. ; 12 cm.
    10025
    Zion's Harp, or, Social and Camp Meeting Songs for the Pious. Columbus Published by B. and J. Turnbull,
    1833. 136 p. ; 12 cm. Includes index.
    Words only.
    2567
    Child's Bible. With Plates. By a Lady of Cincinnati. Cincinnati Printed by Truman, Smith and Co., Stereotyped by J.A. James, No. 1 Baker Street, AI 0. Adomeit A76. [1834] 192 p. ill. ; 5.6 cm. Illustration on p. 66 signed: AA [Alexander Anderson].
    "Stereotyped by J.A. James, No. 1, Baker Street."--p. [4].
    2568
    The Child's Bible. With Plates. By a Lady of Cincinnati. Cincinnati Truman, Smith and Company., Adomeit A75. Pomeroy, J.R. Anderson, 1633a. 1834. 192 p., ill. (wood-engravings) ; 56 mm. Illustration on p. 66 signed: AA [Alexander Anderson].
    "Stereotyped by J.A. James, No. 1, Baker Street."--p. [4].
    2575
    Captive, or "the great western" trologians, Telling about Private Jack...No. I. Cincinnati
    AI 23684. 1834.

    2579
    Celebration of the Forty-Fifth Anniversary of the First Settlement of Cincinnati and the Miami Country, on the 26th Day of December, 1833, by Natives of Ohio. Cincinnati Published by Shreve & Gallagher., AI 23725. Howes C408. Thomson 168. 1834. 52 p. ; 20 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: "Mirror Press--Shreve & Gallagher, corner of Fifth & Walnut streets, Cincinnati."--verso of title page.
    American Antiquarian Society copy 1 inscribed: To Rev. Mr. Demme from his obed. serv. Dan. Drake.
    2580
    Child's Letter Book. Chillicothe
    AI 23788. 1834.

    3978
    Newyear'sgift; or Day-Book & Calendar for the Year of Our Lord 1835. Osnaburg, (Stark Co. O.) Printed & Published (For the First Time) by Henry Kurtz., OI 0. [1834]
    The title page of the 1835 edition (Morgan 8060) reads: "(For the Second Time)," and p. [2]: "Advertisement to the Second Edition. Since we have published the first Edition of this Daybook, our anticipation of its usefulness have been more than realized."
    5150
    Resolution relating to schools. March 3, 1834. John H. Keith.

    AI 0. [1834] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    6038
    The Life and Adventures of Alexander Selkirk, the Real Robinson Crusoe. A Narrative Founded on Facts. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James, AI 0. 1834. 61 p. front., plates. ; 12.5 cm.
    6052
    Ohio Company's Importations of 1834. Tees Water: A Roan Heifer, Calved Oct. 22, 1832. Chillicothe
    Wessen, 54(March 4, 1953), #22. 1834. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    6159
    Pedigree Notice for Stock Imported by the Ohio Company from the Importation of English Cattle. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1834. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    6620
    Biography of Gov. Robert Lucas as Recorded by a Citizen of Columbus to Assist Him during the Upcoming Election. Sept. 17, 1834. Columbus
    AI 0. 1834. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7161
    Deutsches A B C- und Bilder-Buch fur Kinder. German. Cincinnati Gedruckt bey Truman, Smith und Co. Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1834, by Truman, Smith & Co., in the Clerk's Office for the District of Ohio,. Stereotyped by J.A. James., AI 0. 1834. 34 p. ill. ; 15 cm. American Antiquarian Society copy lacks lower cover.
    Wood-engraving, p. 20, signed by Alexander Anderson.
    7693
    The Western Primer, or Introduction To Webster's Spelling Book. Illustrated with Seventy-Seven Wood Cuts. Cincinnati Published by Corey and Fairbank, and Hubbard and Edmands., AI 0. 1834. [1-4], 5-35, bv. ; 14 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Includes Bible stories and hymns.
    "Stereotyped by J.A. James. Cincinnati, Ohio."--verso of title page.
    In printed wrapper.
    7845
    A Geographical Present. Cadiz H. Anderson., AI 0. Rieger 569. 1834. 24 p.
    8080
    Elegant Horse Young Coachman, etc. Nicholas Stump, March 24, 1834. (Text repeated in German.) Canton
    Wessen, 62(January 1956), #350. 1834. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8527
    Infant School Primer, and Arithmetical Tables in Verse. With a Simple Catechism for Infant Schools; Containing the First Principles of the Christian Religion in Language Suited to Children of Four or Five Years of Age. [Illustration of three children] [Two columns of poetry] Stereotyped by J. A. James. Juvenile Press. Cincinnati- Truman, Smith and Co., AI 0. [1834] 23, bv p. ; 13.5 cm. Yellow wrappers has: "Truman and Smith, 150 Main Street."
    8917
    Verily, I say unto you, concerning your brethren. [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Crawley 11. Flake 2920a. 1834] Broadside. 31.5 x 19.5 cm. Printed in two columns.
    Crawley: These three items (Morgan: 8917,8918,8919) print revelations to Joseph Smith. In each case, only the text of the revelation is given; there is no title, no additional explanatory text, and no place or date of publication.
    8918
    Verily, thus saith the Lord unto you, who have assembled. [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Crawley 12. Flake 2916a. 1834] Broadside. 34 x 25 cm. Printed in two columns.
    8919
    Behold, blessed saith the Lord, are they. [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Crawley 13. Flake 2914a. 1834] Broadside. 25 x 18 cm. Text in two columns.
    8921
    The Evening and the Morning Star Extra. Kirtland, Ohio, August, 1834. [At head of first column:] An appeal. [Signed and dated at end:] W.W. Phelps, David Whitmer, John Whitmer, Edward Partridge, John Corrill, Isaac Morley, Parley P. Pratt, Lyman Wight, Newel Knight, Thomas B. Marsh, Simeon Carter, Calvin Beebe. Missouri, (United States.) July, 1834. [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Crawley 15. Flake 3272c. 1834] Broadside. 33.5 x 26 cm. Text printed in two columns.
    9640
    Jest Book. Cadiz Anderson, AI 0. 1834. [16] p. col. Ill. ; 11 cm. Caption title.
    Printed on one side of leaf only, the printed sides facing each other.
    This is another one of Hugh Anderson's miniature children's books which exists in only a single copy in a public library. See Morgan 7913.
    10110
    John B. Rappelyea & Joel Barnes' Improved Press Machinery, for All Purposes Where a Simple, Compact and Powerful Press Is Required. [Cincinnati] R.C. Langdon, Printer, Rear of the Post-Office Cincinnati., AI 0. [1834] [4] p. ill. ; 32 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Includes the patent issued to John B. Rappelyea and Joel Barnes Nov. 19, 1833 for "a new and useful improvement in machines for manufacturing tobacco, and for other purposes," "Description of a cast iron standing press, for pressing printed sheets and for binding books," and "Certificates," dated Jan. and Feb. 1834.
    Wood engraving signed: W. Woodruff, Cini.
    Imprint from colophon, p. [3].
    Last page blank.
    John B. Rappelyea appears only in the U.S. Census for 1810 -- a free white male aged between 15 and 25 at Frankfort, Ky. with 3 slaves.
    10137
    Public Sale. Will be offered at Public Vendue On 2nd day of the 3rd next month, at the late dwelling of Ann Updegraff decd. A variety of property, consisting in part of the following viz. Horses, Cows, Sheep, Hogs, Wheat, corn, oats, hay, potatoes, hemp, a Carriage and Harness, Side Saddle &c. also Household & Kitchen Furniture, Consisting of Beds and Beding [sic], Bedsteads, one mantle Clock, Cupboards and cupboard ware, Tables, Stands, Chairs, Settee, Brass Copper and Iron Kettles, pots, ovens, Pork, Apples, Cider &c. Farming Utensils Such as Ploughs, Gears, &c; together with a great variety of valuable articles of different kinds too tedious to enumerate. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day, and to continued from day to day till all are sold. Attention will be given and terms made known on the day of the sale, by David Updegraff[,] Lewis Walker Agents for the heirs. First month 16th, 1834. [Ohio? s.n., AI 0. 1834] 1 sheets ([1] p.) ; 24.0 x 28.5 cm. Printed area measures: 21.1 x 22.8 cm.
    2067
    Pictures and Poetry. Dayton B.F. Ells, Wessen. 1835. 16 p. Has to be later than 1835.
    2754
    The Christian Baptist; Edited by Alexander Campbell. [Four lines of quotations] Revised by D.S. Burnet, from the Second Edition, with Mr. Campbell's Last Corrections. Seven Volumes in One. Cincinnati Published by D.S. Burnet. Stereotyped by J.A. James, AI 30923. 1835. 670 p. ; 25 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Reprint of the periodical "The Christian Baptist" originally published 1823-1830, and reprinted in stereotype form in 1848 (Morgan 10126).
    2773
    The Contrast; or, Certain Doctrines of the Protestant Churches, Compared with the Doctrines of the New Jerusalem Church. To Which Are Added, a Catechism, or Summary Explanation of All the Essential Doctrines of the New Church; and an Appendix, Containing a Variety of Important Notes, in Which These Doctrines are More Fully Illustrated. Columbus Published by the Society of the New Church. Printed by Charles Scott., AI 31140. 1835. 268, [6] p. ; 19 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Errata, p. [274].
    "A catechism, or Summary explanation of all the essential doctrines of the church, called the New Jerusalem; with proofs from the word and the epistle."--p. [19]-56.
    "The creed of the New Chuch [sic], for children."--p. [57]-60.
    "Appendix: containing a variety of important notes, illustrating the doctrines of the New Church."--p. [61]-268.
    "Index."--p. [269-273].
    American Antiquarian Society copy has bookplate, with library rules of the Free Library of the New Jerusalem Parish in the vestry of the church on High Street. Inscribed: I.L. Little; Mr. Upham was strongly impressed with the writings of Swedenborg, and said to me a few days before his death "I believe Swedenborg to have been a divinely illuminated man."--I.L.L.
    2797
    Rail Road Proceedings and Address of Fulton and Vicinity, to the People of Ohio. Cincinnati Printed by Kendall and Henry., AI 31779. Thomson, T.R. Railroads, 1021. 1835. [2], 29, [1] p. ; 22 cm. Prefatory note signed: J.S. Williams, Silas Reed, etc., publishing committee.
    Caption title: Cincinnati and Springfield rail road and system of internal improvement. Fulton is a suburb of Cincinnati.
    American Antiquarian Society notes: Statements from the Cincinnati and Springfield Rail Road, meetings of citizens of Fulton and Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati Board of internal improvement.
    Cover title: Rail road proceedings of Fulton and vicinity; of Cincinnati and vicinity; and address to the people of Ohio; with the proceedings of a board of internal improvement.
    "Postscript."--p. [30].
    "From the Evening post. Glorious."--[4] of wrapper, extolling the virtues of the railroad system in other states.
    2810
    Impartial Advocate of Botanic Medicine. Columbus
    AI 32288. 1835.

    2814
    Juvenile Poetry. Dayton
    AI 0. 1835.
    At head of title: No. 4. 3 cents. series.
    2819
    Die Kleine Lieder-Sammlung oder Auszig aus dem Psalterspiel der kinder Zions zum Dienst Inniger Heilsuchender Seelen, Insonderheit aber der Brüderschaft der Täufer zum Dienst und Gebrauch Zusammengetragen ... Funste aufage. Osnaburg Gedrucht bey Henrich Kurtz, AI 32498. 1835. 256 p. ; 11 cm. Text only.
    Includes indexes.
    2820
    Kleines Hand-Buchlein darinnen Morgen und Abend-Gebeter, wie auch Zur Tauf und Communion. Osnaburg
    AI 32499. 1835.

    2841
    New Family Receipt Book Containing All the Truly Valuable Receipts for Various Branches of Cooking. Dayton Printed by B.F. Ells & E.M. Strong, AI 33242. 1835. 36 p. ; 15 cm.
    2846
    Celebration of the Forty-Seventh Anniversary of the First Settlement of the State of Ohio, by Native Citizens. Cincinnati Printed by Lodge, L'Hommedieu and Co., AI 30938 (Cincinnati. Citizens.), 33437 (Ohio.). Sabin 56890. Thomson 167. 1835. 74 p. ; 21.5 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Running title: Anniversary celebration, by natives of Ohio.
    Includes poems, "The pioneer," by Joseph Longworth, Jun., and "The ode," by Otway Curry.
    2922
    Sabbath Occupations. Urbana
    AI 34075. 1835.

    2933
    Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of the Latter Day Saints: Carefully Selected from the Revelations of God, and Compiled by Joseph Smith, Junior. Oliver Cowdery, Sidney Rigdon, Frederick G. Williams, (Presiding Elders of Said Church.) Proprietors. Kirtland, Ohio. Printed by F.G. Williams & Co., for the Proprietors, AI 34279. Crawley 22. Flake 2860. Graff 711. Howes S624. Sabin 83152. 1835. iv, [1], 6-257, [1], xxv, bv p. ; 16 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Parentheses substituted for square brackets in title page transcription.
    "Index."--p. i-xxiii.
    Errata, p. xxv.
    2944
    Advice to Young Tradesmen, on the Formation of Business Habits, Calculated to Form the Character on a Solid Basis and to Insure Respectability and Success in Life. Compiled from the Writings of Franklin, Abbott, and Others, by J. Turnbull, Steubenville, O. [Steubenville] James Wilson, Pr., AI 34622. Rieger 13. 1835. 2 l., frontispiece, extra illustration, viii, [9]-224, 1 l. [2] leaves of plates. ; 13 cm.: American Antiquarian Society notes: viii, [1], 10-224 p.
    "In the compilation of this work, we have drawn largely from a work entitled, "Abbott's Family at home," and from the writings of Dr. Franklin."--Preface, p. iv.
    Frontispiece and added illustrated title page, with small portrait of Benjamin Franklin, engraved by Hugh Anderson.
    "J. Turnbull, bookseller and stationer, Steubenville."--lower cover
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: John Wright, Dec. 29th 1845; John E. Hinley, 1855.
    2999
    History of the United States. Cincinnati Morgan & Sanxay., AI 0. 1835.

    5203
    Rail-Road Meeting. At a Public Meeting of the Citizens of Geauga County, Held at the Court House, in Chardon, Aug. 23, 1835. [Chardon s.n., AI 0. 1835] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5251
    Advertisement for the Steamboat Medium. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1835. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5256
    The Bravo of Perth: or, Voorn, The Robber, Containing the Uncommon Adventures, Depredations and Miraculous Escapes, of a Bold and Resolute Scotch Outlaw, of the Fourteenth Century, to Which Is Added the Surprising Adventures of the Renowned Baron Munchausen ... Cincinnati Stereotyped and Published by J.A. James & Co., AI 0. 1835. 64 p. frontispiece. ; 15 cm. PP copy bound with The Surprising Adventures of the Renowned Baron Munchausen. Cincinnati: J.A. James & Co., 1835 (Morgan 8119).
    J.A. James & Co. published from 1835 to 1837.
    Printed boards.
    5587
    Primary Reader: Being Easy Lessons for Young Children. [Illustration of boy and girl looking at bee hives] By the Compiler of the 'Western Primer' & 'Elementary Reader.' Cincinnati Published by Corey & Fairbank., AI 0. 1835. [i-iv], v-viii, 8-142 p. : ill. ; 15 cm. "Stereotyped by J.A. James and Co."--verso of title page.
    Contents: br, frontispiece-woodcut [ii], title page [iii], Copyright and Stereotyper [iv], Preface v,-vi, Contents vii-viii, Reader 9-142.
    5642
    Stories and Pictures. Dayton
    Wessen, 96(Feb. 28, 1966), #331. 1835.

    5683
    The Medical Instructor; or, The Cause and Cure of Disorders, Expressed in Plain, Easy Language, and Intended for the Great Benefit of Mankind. Norwalk, Ohio Printed by S. & C.A. Preston, AI 0. 1835.

    5790
    Memorial on the Subject of Manual Labor Schools. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. 1835] 11 p. ; 21 cm. A petition addressed to the General Assembly of the State of Ohio for the establishment of a manual labor school in the vicinity of Newark, Licking County.
    Signed by: J. Dille, Dan Duncan, N.H. Seymour, ... [et al.].
    5800
    Goldene A B C fur Judermann, der gern mit ehre wollt bestahn. Trenton
    AI 0. 1835.

    6139
    Address to the People of the State of Ohio [on the important principles involved in the next Presidential Election]. Benjamin Tappan & Others, Committee of Publication.

    AI 0. 1835.

    6621
    Renewed Hostilities Occuring in the "Disputed District" between the Citizens and Territorial Government of Michigan and the Citizens of Toledo. July 20, 1835. Toledo
    AI 0. 1835. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7703
    Novel without a Title; Being a Peep at the West. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1835.
    Young Men's Mercantile Library--Not found during visit in summer of 1994.
    7705
    Executive Office, Ohio, Columbus, January 8th, 1835. Sir: In compliance with the request of the Board of Canal Commissioners ... Re: request relief from Congress on canal lands. ... Benjamin Tappan, President. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. 1835] 1 sheet ([1] p.) Signed in mss. Elisha Whittlesey in space for signatures of members of Congress.
    7841
    Progressive Reading and Spelling Book, for the Use of Schools and Families. No. 1 in three parts. Revised, corrected and enlarged by a teacher. Dayton
    AI 0. 1835.

    7973
    Boy's Own History of Animals (with Pictures). Cincinnati Truman and Smith, AI 0. 1835. 16 p. ; 9 cm. Early Truman and Smith children's book.
    Wessen says Rosenbach recorded none of this series.
    7977
    Bauernstand. Sixteen verses, two columns. [Canton
    Wessen, 74(March 1969), #430. 1835] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8060
    The Newyear's Gift; or Day-Book & Calendar for the Year of Our Lord 1836. Osnaburg, (Stark Co. O.) Printed & Published (for the second time) by Henry Kurtz., AI 0 [1835] [56] ll. ; 19 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: "Advertisement to the second edition."--p. [2].
    Printer's advertisement, p. [110].
    8147
    Directions for Packing Pork and Other Produce for the New York Market. Cincinnati
    Wessen, 55(June 1953), #53. 1835. 1 sheet ([1] p.) Wessen: Addressed to Henry B. Curtis, Columbus, Ohio.
    8448
    The Ohio Medical Repository, ed. by James M. Mason... Cincinnati Kendall & Henry, AI 0. 1835. Vols.
    8923
    Theology. Lecture first On the doctrines of the Church of the Latter Day Saints. Of faith. [At head of first column] [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Crawley 20. Flake 7285. 1823] Broadside. 34 x 25.5 cm. Printed in three columns
    8924
    References to the Book of Mormon. [Kirtland n.s., AI 0. Crawley 24. Flake 6841. 1835] iv p. ; 18 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    Text in two columns.
    8925
    Extracts from the new translation of the Bible, It being the 24th chapter of Matthew; but in order to show the connection we will commence with the last verse of the 23rd chapter, viz. [At end:] Published for the benefit of the Saints. [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Byrd 782 (Nauvoo). Crawley 25. Flake 468. 1835] Broadside. 30.5 x 25 cm. Text in two columns, ornamental border.
    9805
    Reform of the Medical College of Ohio. Supplement, [Cincinnati Western Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences, AI 0. 1835] 35 p. ; 24 cm. Caption title.
    Supplement to the Western Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences for April, May and June, 1835.
    9810
    The Young Bible Reader Designed for Children. Also Adapted to Families and Schools with Pictures. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, AI 0. 1835. 24 p. illus. ; 14 cm. Yale University notes: Title vignette; vignettes on covers.
    "Conclusion", p. 24, dated 1835.
    2973
    American Minstrel; A Choice Collection of the Most Popular Songs, Glees, Duets, Choruses, etc. Many of which are Original. With Select Music. Cincinnati Published by J.A. James, Printed by James & Gazlay, No. 1 Baker, Cincinnati., AI 35742. 1836. 318 p. plate. ; 15 cm. Also published in Philadelphia in 1840.
    2974
    The American Primer: Containing Easy and Useful Lessons for the Early Instruction of Children. Dayton Published by Daniel W. Noble, AI 0. 1836. 35 p. ill. ; Note at ODa states that John Nixon, Centerville, Indiana had a copy.
    3050
    William Henry Harrison. Appointed Ensign under Wayne by Washington; Secretary of the Northwestern Territory by John Adams.

    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    3083
    Narrative of the Civil and Military Services of Wm. H. Harrison. Compiled from the Most Authentic Authorities. With Engravings. Cincinnati Printed by Ormsby H. Donogh, AI 39125. 1836. 72 p. ; 15 cm. Yellow printed wrapper: text of wrapper title same as title page except Ormsby abbreviated O.
    3113
    Proceedings in the Case of Samuel Strong, for Breach of Privilege. [Ordered to be Printed for the Use of the Members of the House of Representatives.] December 21st, 22d & 23d, 1836. Columbus
    AI 0. 1836.
    Joseph Dush late of Willard, Ohio, had the only copy. It did not show up in his estate sales.
    3136
    The United States Songster. A Choice Selection of about One Hundred and Seventy of the Most Popular Songs Including Nearly All the Songs Contained in the American Songster. As sung by Miss C. Fisher, Miss Rock, Mrs. Knight, Miss Gillinghams, Miss George, Miss Kelly, Miss Peaton, Miss Free, Sen'a. Garcia, Miss Jefferson, Miss Stephens, Mrs. Sloman, Mrs. Austin, Miss Petrie, Mrs. French, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Barnes, Mr. Wood, Mr. Cowell, Master Cowell, Mr. Sloman, Mr. Keene, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. Horn, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Pearman, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Braham, Mr. Nicholls, Mr. Eberle, Mr. Hyle, Mr. Incledon, Mr. A. Drake. To Which Is Added The Pizing Sarpent, Settin on a Rail; Jim Brown, and a Number of New and Original Songs, Written Expressly for This Work. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James, AI 0. 1836. 223, bv p. ill. music ; 13 cm. Includes music (shape-note notation) to one song.
    One wood-engraved illustration signed" D & M sc. (Doolittle and Munson).
    Text index, p. 219-223.
    U.P. James also publsihed in 1836 the United States Songster with music. (OCLC 7762125)
    5331
    Scripture Stories, or, A Gift from Mother with Pictures. Cincinnati Published by Truman and Smith, 150 Main Street., AI 0. [1836] [1]-8 p. ill. ; 7.5 cm. Publisher's advertisement on back wrapper. Yellow printed pictorial wrappers.
    Truman and Smith published at 150 Main St. no earlier than 1834 and no later than 1839.
    5514
    The Boy's Own Primer, with Engravings. By a Friend to Youth. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, 150 Main Street., AI 40-962 (1840). [1836] 16 p. ill. (woodcuts) ; 11 cm. Wrapper title is same as title page but within a decorative border.
    Back wrapper (p. [4]) has publisher's advertisement: "Children's Books. Truman & Smith, Booksellers, 150 Main Street, Cincinnati, are extensively engaged in Publishing Children's Books. Their assortment is select and extensive, comprising books, varying in prices from one cent to twenty-five cents. Country merchants, and all who may want, are invited to call and examine."
    Contents: Capital Letters. -- Small Letters. -- Figures. -- Spelling Lessons. -- Squirrel. -- The Sick Boy. -- Boy and Fly. -- Learn to Spell. -- Boy and Dog. -- The Little Girl. -- Learning to Read. -- Little Joseph Sold. -- Christ on the Cross.
    After Truman and Smith dissolved their partnership in 1843, William T. Truman, who opted for the children's series, published this title in 1844 (Morgan 7457).
    5522
    Gildibus vs Goldibus. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5540
    Elementary Reader to Accompany Webster's Spelling Book by Experienced Teacher. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1836.
    Wessen has Borrenstein as name of teacher.
    Also published in 1838.
    6022
    An Address to the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. (By a member of that body.) [Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1836] 15 p. ; 29 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    Dated: Cincinnati, O., May 19th, 1836.
    6592
    Dew Drops for Early Risers. With Pictures. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, 150 Main Street., AI 0. 1836. 16 p. ill. ; 8.5 cm.
    6681
    Child's Own Book of Martyrs with Engravings. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, 150 Main-Street., AI 0. [1836] 24 p. ill. ; 14 cm. PP notes: Pink printed, pictorial wrappers. Publisher's advertisements on back wrapper.
    7086
    To Democrats and other candid citizens of Warren county. The most infamous and outrageous handbill ever published...[Re: local Democrats outraged that Whigs forged Whig's names to local political tickets]. Franklin
    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7202
    My Own Bible Book, with Pictures. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, 150 Main Street., AI 0. [1836] 16 p. ill. ; 9 cm. Publisher's advertisement, p. [4] of wrapper.
    7268
    The Girl's Own Picture Book. Cincinnati Published by Truman and Smith, 150 Main St., AI 0. [1836] 16 p. ; 9 cm. Tan wrapper has "With Pictures" added.
    Contents: The Cruel Boy.--The Lit-tle Pet.--Daniel in the Lion's Den.--E-li-jah Go-ing to Heav-en.--Story of Elijah.--Story od David and Goliath.
    The firm of Truman and Smith were at 150 Main Street from 1834 to 1837, published over twelve titles with the majority, 10, in the year 1836. This title also fits in the children series published in the year 1836.
    7337
    Abolitionists Beware. Warns of Further Destruction of Presses if Abolitionists Actions Continue. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7436
    Harrison and Reform. Columbus, Sept. 12, 1836. Sir: The undersigned were directed re: delegates to Franklin County, Young Men's Harrison State Convention. Columbus
    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7678
    To the Electors of Washington County. Fellow Citizens: The Presidential election is at hand. ... Beware of Counterfeit Tickets.---The following is correct. Ohio Whig Ticket. Marietta s.n., AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.) Two Whig ticket stubs printed at the bottom. They were intended to be cut off, as they most likely were, taken with to the polls and/or handed to friends before voting.
    7687
    A Brother's Gift to His Sister. Cincinnati Truman and Smith. 150 Main Street., AI 0. [1836] 8 p. ; 8 cm. No wrappers.
    Multi-syllabic words divided.
    Contents: The Good Girl -- The Dead Baby -- The Ship of War -- The Pre-sent -- Comb-ing the Hair -- Cain Kill-ing A-bel.
    7688
    The Child's Song Book. With Pictures. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, 150 Main Street., AI 0. Pomeroy, J.R. Anderson, 1635. [1836] 16 p. ill. ; 8.5 cm. PP copy has printed wrappers; American Antiquarian Society does not.
    Publisher's advertisement on back printed wrappers.
    Without music.
    Contents: Song I. A Winter Day -- Song II. Summer's Day -- Song III. Against Quarreling -- Song IV. Sweet Songsters -- Song V. Love between Brothers and Sisters -- Song VI. Good Night -- Song VII. Too Fond of Sport -- Song VIII. Praise for Mercies.
    7742
    Honest Freemen Of Ohio! Look At This!! Martin Van Buren is endeavoring to court the influence of the Pope, to secure his election to the Presidency. His letter to the Pope, whom he denominates "Holy Father," is as follows: [text in two columns].

    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7934
    Sketch of the Life of Major General William Henry Harrison. Comprising a Brief Account of His Important Civil and Military Services; Including a Description of the Victories of Tippecanoe, Fort Meigs and the Thames.

    AI 0. [1836]

    7961
    Now's the Day and Now's the Hour. Ohio Goes for Harrison. Friday, Nov. 4, is the Day of Trial. Miami Township, November 1.

    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7999
    To the Democratic Electors of the County of Carroll. Carrollton
    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8003
    Printed petition to Congressman Jonathan Sloane, for an appropriation for the extension of Cleveland Harbor. Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 1, 1836. Cleveland
    AI 0. 1836.
    Printed letter addressed in pen to Daniel Kilgore, Congressman from Cadiz.
    8010
    Martin Van Buren & Richard N. Johnson. Electoral Ticket. Printed in German on Green paper, listing Ohio Electors. Columbus
    AI 0. 1836.

    8011
    Circular: Pro-Harrison circular seeking information on the probable switch of Jackson votes to Harrison. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8031
    Prices of Durham Cattle at the Sale of the Late J. D. Garrard, dec'd. April 9, 1836. Cincinnati
    Wessen, 69(October 1957), #115. 1836. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8094
    Kleine Buchstaben Nach Alphabetischer Ordung. Canton
    AI 0. 1836.

    8172
    Metamorphosis, or, A Transformation of Pictures, with Poetical Explanations, for the Amusement of Young Persons. Cadiz H. Anderson, AI 0. Rieger 1225/8531. 1836. See notes. Rieger copy at WvBeC: 4 folding leaves, with an additional 4 leaves cut in half and attached to the tops and bottom of the first four leaves.
    Printing and/or engraving on all eight sides. Sewn and folded, with the exposed covers on yellow paper.
    8221
    Gluck zum Neuen Jahr. Neujahrs Wunsch den ersten Januar, 1837. An die geehrten Unterstutzer der Westlichen Staatszeitung. Der Herumtrager an seine Patronen. [Cincinnati Published by Benjamin Boffinger, AI 0. 1836] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ill. ; 43 x 31 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Presumably published late in 1836 by Benjamin Boffinger, publisher of the Westliche Staatszeitung, Cincinnati, for distribution on or about New Year's Day. Cf. Arndt, K. The German language press of the Americas, 1976.
    Printed area, including arched ornamental border, measures 38.7 x 30.1 cm.
    Printed on pink paper.
    8909
    The Historical Family Library. Devoted to the Republication of Standard History. Published Semi-Monthly, in Cadiz, Ohio, at $2 50 Per Annum, in Advance, Free of Postage. Cadiz [Printed and Published by David Christy, AI 0. 1836] [4] p, 1 and 4 printed. Advertising wrapper.
    8926
    Prayer, at the dedication of the Lord's House in Kirtland, Ohio, March 27, 1836,-By Joseph Smith, jr. President of the Church of the Latter Day Saints. [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Crawley 26. Flake 2921. 1836] Broadside. 31 x 18.5 cm.
    8927
    Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate-Extra. [At head of first column:] Kirtland, Geauga County, Ohio, July 25, 1836. To John Thornton, Esq., Peter Rogers, Esq., Andrew Robertson, Esq., James T.V. Thompson, Esq., Col. William T. Wood, Doct Woodson J. Moss, James M. Hughs [sic], Esq., David R. Atchinson, Esq. and A.W. Doniphan, Esq. Gentlemen,- [Signed at end:] Sidney Rigdon, Joseph Smith, Jr. O. Cowdery, F.G. Williams, Hyrum Smith. [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Crawley 29. Flake 7285a. 1836] Broadside. 55 x 20.5 cm. Text in three columns.
    8928
    Messenger Extra. Kirtland, Ohio, December, 1836. [At head of first column:] Minutes of a meeting of the stockholders of the Kirtland Safety Society Bank; held on the 2nd day of November, A.D. 1836. When the following preamble and articles were read three times by Orsen Hyde, and unanimously adopted. [Kirtland s.n., AI 0. Crawley 33. Flake 4656a. 1836] Broadside. 32 x 17 cm. Text in two columns.
    8966
    Telegraph--Extra. Wooster,-Monday, October 10, 1836. "Principles-not Men." Jackson Democratic Ticket. [five columns] [Wooster
    AI 0. 1836] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    9662
    The United States songster. A choice selection of about one hundred and seventy of the most popular songs: including nearly all the songs contained in the American songster. As sung by Miss C. Fisher, Miss Rock, Mrs. Knight, Miss Gillinghams, Miss George, Miss Kelly, Miss Peaton, Miss Free, Sen'a. Garcia, Miss Jefferson, Miss Stephens, Mrs. Sloman, Mrs. Austin, Miss Petrie, Mrs. French, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Barnes, Mr. Wood, Mr. Cowell, Master Cowell, Mr. Sloman, Mr. Keene, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. Horn, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Pearman, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Braham, Mr. Nicholls, Mr. Eberle, Mr. Hyle, Mr. Incledon, Mr. A. Drake. To which is added The pizing sarpent, together with a number of new and original songs, written expressly for this work. Cincinnati Stereotyped and Published by J.A. James & Co., AI 0. [1836] 221 p. ill. ; 13 cm. Song texts without music.
    Berea College Special Collections notes: A very similar work with slightly different title was published in the same year by U.P. James (Morgan 3136). Frontis illustration is also different. Endpapers inscribed: "Edward Edwards book, 1838" and "Samual Edwards book, 1838."
    9732
    Boys' Own Picture Book, with Pictures. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, AI 0. [after 1835 and before 1843] 8 p. ill. ; 7.4 cm
    9734
    Pleasing Stories for Good Children with Pictures. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, 150, Main-Street, AI 0. 1836? 16 p. ill. (woodcuts) ; 11 cm. Contents: Little Jane and the Poor Man -- The Rude Girl -- The Cruel Boy -- The School Room -- Jane Thompson -- The Passionate Boy -- Against Getting Angry [in verse].
    See Morgan 7000 for an 1844 edition published by William T. Truman.
    9850
    To the voters of the Fifth Congressional District, and more especially the Van Buren men therein. [Ohio s.n., AI 0. 1836] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 54 x 39 cm. New York Historical Society notes: "Read and circulate Thomas L. Hamer's letters respecting the Ohio Convention that nominated Martin Van Buren for the presidency, with Robert Lucas for governor. These famous letters written to persons who were then the friends of Mr. Hamer, portray the true character of the man, a base intriguer in political matters, a deceiver, and betrayer of his friends ..."
    Letters purporting to demonstrate Ohio congressman Thomas L. Hamer's lack of loyalty to presidential candidate Martin Van Buren and to the Democratic Party.
    10247
    The Sacred Harp or Eclectic Harmony: A Collection of Church Music, Consisting of a Great Variety of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Anthems, Sacred Songs and Chants, Original and Selected; Including Many New and Beautiful Subjects from the Most Eminent Composers, Harmonized and Arranged Expressly for This Work. By Lowell Mason, Professor in the Boston Academy of Music; Editor of Handel and Haydn Collection of Sacred Music; The Choir, or Union Collection; Choral Harmony; Lyra Scra, &c. ; And by Timothy B. Mason, Professor in the Eclectic Academy of Music, Cincinnati.
    Edition: New Edition Revised and Corrected.
    Cincinnati Published by Truman and Smith.,
    [1836] xx, [1], 22-232 p. Chiefly music. ; 15 x 25 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Principally for four-part mixed voices, unaccompanied; shape-note notation.
    Cover title: Mason’s Sacred Harp: or Eclectic harmony. A new collection of church music. In patent notes. Arranged and composed by Lowell Mason and T.B. Mason, professors of music and organists. New edition. Cincinnati: Published by Truman and Smith. 1836.
    Copyright 1835 by Truman & Smith.
    Includes indexes.
    10252
    Report of the Trustees Appointed to Collect Information Relative the Education of the Blind. [Columbus James B. Gardiner, AI 39346. 1836] 26 p. ; 25 cm. Signed, p. 24: James Hoge, N.H. Swayne, William M. Awl.
    Dated from internal evidence. Latest date in text is 1836. James B. Gardiner was the state printer in 1836.
    See Morgan 3092 similar title.
    10334
    Executors' sale, the executors of Gen. James Findlay, dec'd. will, on the 12th November next at 11 o'clock, a.m., at the Court-house, or at public sale, the west half of the S.E. qr. of sec. 1, township 2, and frac. range no. 2...terms, one-fourth in hand, one-fourth in 6, 12, and 18 months, with interest. [Cincinnati s.n.,
    1836] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 cm. Geo. P. Torrence, L. Whiteman, executors of James Findlay, Cincinnati, November 2, 1836.
    10425
    The Baptist advocate. Prospectus of the second volume. [Cincinnati s.n., AI O. 1836] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 27 x 17 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: "The Advocate will be conducted by J. Stevens, editor; S.W. Lynd, Cincinnati ... Terms. One dollar (per copy) a year. ..."
    Text printed in two columns.
    3163
    The Bill of Prices and Rules of Measurement of the Stone Masons of Cincinnati, Adopted April 14, 1837. Cincinnati
    Wessen, 81(May 15, 1961), #14. 1837. 7 p.
    3164
    American Minstrel. A Choice of the Most Popular Songs, Glees, Duets, &c. Many of Which are Original. Cincinnati Stereotyped and Published by J.A. James and Co., AI 0. 1837. 305 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill., music ; 14 cm.
    3165
    Americanisches Noth- und Hulfs-Buchlein, enthaltend Hausmittel und Recepte fur allerley Krankheiten und Zufalle an Menschen und Vieh. Hauptsachlich aus den hinterlassenen Manuscripten eines zu seiner Zeit beruhmt gewesenen Arztes in Virginia gezogen. Osnaburg, Stark County, Ohio Gedruckt und zu haben bey Heinrich Kurtz, AI 42809. 1837. 1 l., 57, [3] p. ; 18 cm.
    3195
    A Brief Outline for a National Bank. By a Native Citizen. [Cincinnati Pugh & Dodd, Printers, Corner Main and Fifth Streets, AI 43409. Sept., 1837] 8 p. ; 24 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    3225
    Family Herbal and Recipes. Selected Mostly from Different Authors. Containing a Minute Description of the Various Medicinal Herbs and Roots of Our Country. Also--Their Peculiar Medicinal Properties, Systematically Distinguished and Explained. Being Most Arranged in Alphabetical Order. Hudson James B. Robbins, Printer, AI 44237. 1837. 36 p.
    3226
    Farmers and Mechanics Assistant, in Writing, Deeds, Mortgages, Articles of Agreement, Notes, Receipts, &c. Dayton Published by B.F. Ells, AI 44255. 1837. 39 p.
    3232
    A Full and Correct Account of the Supposed Abduction of Miss Eliza Allen. Particulars of the Trials of the Suspected Individuals before Justice Doty, the Mayor and the Associate Judges. Cincinnati s.n., AI 44420. 1837. 21 p. ; 20 cm.
    3255
    Die Kleine Lieder-Sammlung, oder Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions zum Dienst und Gebrauch Inniger Heilsuchender Seelen, Zusammengetragen in Gegenwartig Kleiner Form, und mit einem Register Versehen. .6th ed. Osnaburg, Stark County, Ohio Heinrich Kurtz, Karl Altau, AB, June 18, 1990. 1837. 256 p. ; 11 cm. Without music.
    With: A choice selection of hymns from various authors, recommended for the worship of God, 4th ed. Osnaburg, Stark County, Ohio: Henry Kurtz, 1837.
    Includes indexes.
    3266
    Manual of American Principles. Common Era, 1837, of the Nation, 61. Independence, Liberty, Justice: from the Three, Shall Proceed Happiness. Cincinnati
    AI 45379. 1837.

    3278
    The New Western Primer, Designed to Precede Webster's Elementary Spelling Book...Illustrated with Upwards of Seventy Engravings. Cincinnati Published by Burgess & Crane, 112 Main Street, AI 0. [1837?] 23 p.
    3312
    The Primary Reader: Being Easy Lessons for Young Children. By the Compiler of the "Western Primer," & "Elementary Reader." Cincinnati Burgess & Crane, AI 46425. 1837.

    3346
    The Western Primer, or Introduction to Webster's Spelling Book. Illustrated with Seventy-Seven Wood Cuts. Columbus Published by I.N. Whiting., AI 48461. 1837. 35, [1] p. ill. ; 15 cm. First and last leaves attached to printed wrappers.
    Copyright in 1833.
    "Stereotyped by J.A. James, Cincinnati, Ohio."--p. verso of title page.
    4014
    Cottage Primer. Dayton Published by B.F. Ells, AI 0. 1837.
    ODa (photostat).
    4303
    Elementary Reader to Accompany Webster's Spelling Book: An Introduction to the Western Reader. Cincinnati Published by Burgess and Crane., AI 0. 1837. 180 p. ill. ; 16 cm.
    4342
    The United States songster. A choice selection of about one hundred and seventy of the most popular songs: including nearly all the songs contained in the American songster. As sung by Miss C. Fisher, Miss Rock, Mrs. Knight, Miss Gillinghams, Miss George, Miss Kelly, Miss Peaton, Miss Free, Sen'a. Garcia, Miss Jefferson, Miss Stephens, Mrs. Sloman, Mrs. Austin, Miss Petrie, Mrs. French, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Barnes, Mr. Wood, Mr. Cowell, Master Cowell, Mr. Sloman, Mr. Keene, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. Horn, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Pearman, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Braham, Mr. Nicholls, Mr. Eberle, Mr. Hyle, Mr. Incledon, Mr. A. Drake. To which is added The pizing sarpent, Settin on a rail; Jim Brown, and a number of new and original songs, written expressly for this work. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James., AI 0. 1837. 233, bv p. ill., music ; 13 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Includes music (shape-note notation) to one song.
    One wood-engraved illustration signed: D & M. sc. [Doolittle & Munson]
    Title index, p. 219-233.
    4345
    Reply to the Lies of the Last Cadiz Sentinel. To the Freemen of Tuscarawas. You are insulted and dishonored. Monday, Oct. 9, 1837. Cadiz
    AI 0. 1837. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5421
    Full and Impartial History of the Rise and Progress of Roman Catholicism in the U.S.; with a Disclosure of Secret Designs and Operations of Popery and Monarchy against Liberty. By a Seceder of the Catholic Church. Cincinnati Printed for the Author., AI 0. 1837. 48 p. ; 20.5 cm.
    6329
    Political Text Book: Containing 1. The Declaration of Independence. 2. The Articles of Confederation. 3. Constitution of the United States. 4. Washington's Farewell Address. Cincinnati Eli Taylor, AI 0. 1837. 120 p. ; 9 cm.
    7537
    Farmer's Reporter Extra: Annual Fair of the Hamilton County Agricultural Society to be held Wednesday and Thursday, the 26th & 27th of Sept. next. Cincinnati L. R. Lincoln, Printer, AI 0. 1837. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7623
    To the General Assembly of the State of Ohio. Re: against the building of a second bridge across the Cuyahoga River connecting Cleveland and Ohio City. ... January 2, 1837. Ohio City
    AI 0. 1837. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7819
    Massillon Gazette--Extra. Woollen Machinery. The undersigned, Manufacturers of all kinds of Woollen Machinery...R. M'Millan, H. & R. Ratridge. ...Massillon, Stark Co. O. Feb. 1, 1837. Massillon
    AI 0. 1837. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8151
    A General Exhibit of the Claim of James Hampson and John S. Parkinson; and Application to the Legislature of Ohio to Carry into Effect Certain Laws on the Subject, December 1837. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. Swanson, page 268. 1837] 24 p. ; 24 cm.
    9827
    Proceedings in the Fifth Ward for Coffee House Reform, Cincinnati. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1837] 12 p. ; 19 cm.
    10075
    Died in this place, on Sunday last, at the age of 82 years, Mrs. Catharine Thompson, formerly Mrs. Catharine Van Cleve, mother of the late Benjamin and William Van Cleve. [Dayton s.n.,
    1837] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 14 x 20 cm. Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County notes: A single sheet, printed on one side, with ruled border. Dated Aug. 8, 1837. Catharine Thompson was the first female resident of Dayton in 1796 and was also one of the early residents of Cincinnati. Her first husband, John Van Cleve, was killed by the Indians in 1791, "within the present corporate limits of Cincinnati." She had thirteen children.
    10134
    Chillicothe, May 14, 1837. Sir: The Whigs of Ross County have tendered their fellow=citizens, Thomas Ewing, their late Senator in Congress, a Public Dinner, to be given in this Town of the 10th of June next, in testimony of their approbation of his public course, in his able and manly efforts to protect the Constitution of the United States against Executive encroachments, his fearless exposure of corruption, and the distinguished ability with which he has sustained the great interests of our State and the Union. The Whigs of this County. Entertaining as they do, the most exalted opinion of your public character and private worth, have instructed us as their representatives to cordially invite you as their Guest, and shall be happy to meet you at the festive board. We have the honor to be, With great consideration, Yours respectfully, Wm. Creighton, Jun., M. Scott Cook, John Madeira, Henry McLandburgh, Committee. [Chillicothe n.s.,
    1837] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 15.5 x 19.2 (8.4 x 24.3) The broadside letter invitation was addressed to: Hon. Elisha Whittlesey, Canfield, O.
    Western Reserve Historical Society Broadside Collection: O.1498.
    See Morgan 3224 on Thomas Ewing's speech.
    10348
    Gambier Observer and Western Church Journal Extra. [Gambier J. Muenscher and M.T.C. Wing,
    1837] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 cm. Describes editorial changes recently effected, and appeals for subscriptions.
    92
    Die Kleine Lieder-Sammlung, oder Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions Auszug Dienst inniger heilsuchender Seelen, Insonderheit aber der Bruderschaft der Laufer zum Dienst under Gebrauch zusammen getragen in gegen martiger fleiner Form, und mit einem drensachen Register verfehen. Vierte Ausflage. 4th.ed. Osnaburg, Stark County, O. Gedruckt und zu haben bey Heinrich Kurtz, AI 51150. 1838. 256 p. A rare early Ohio prayer book in German.
    American Imprints cites 213 pages.
    300
    Sunday School Celebration in the Western Charge, Methodist Episcopal Church, Fourth of July, 1838 in the Ninth-Street Church, Cincinnati. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1838] 12 p. ; 17 cm.
    3350
    Address to the Churches of the Presbytery of Columbus, Ohio, by Several Members Who Were Present at Its Last Meeting. Circleville
    AI 48719. 1838.

    3384
    A Choice Selection of Hymns from Various Authors, Recommended for the Worship of God. [Three lines from Psalms] Fourth Edition. Osnaburg, Stark Co.[,] Ohio Printed & Sold by Henry Kurtz, AI 0. 1838. 256 p. ; 12 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes:
    For use by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ.
    Without music.
    Error in pagination: p. 215 misnumbered 21.
    Includes indexes of first lines and subjects.
    American Antiquarian Society imperfect copy bound with: Die Kleine Lieder-Sammlung ... Osnsburg, 1837 (Morgan 3225).
    3404
    Declaration of Independence Signed by the Representatives of the United States, in Congress Assembled, July 4, 1776; with the Names, Places of Residence, &c. of the Signers. Constitution of the United States Done in Convention, by the Unanimous Consent of the States Present, the Seventeenth Day of September ... One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Seven ... also, Address of George Washington ... to His Fellow Citizens, on Declining Being Considered a Candidate for Their Future Suffrages. September 17, 1796. Cincinnati [J. Tuttle], AI 0. 1838. 47 p.
    3410
    The Elementary Reader, to Accompany Webster's Spelling Book; An Introduction to the Western Reader. By an Experienced Teacher. Cincinnati N. G. Burgess, AI 50176. 1838. 180p. ill. ;
    3423
    Die Glaubens-Artikel und Augemeinen Regein der bifchoflichen Methodiften-Kirche lein Auszug aus Lehr-und Becht-ordnung ber Methodisten. Ausdem Englischen uberfest von Wilhelm Nast, trebiger des Evangeliums. Stereotypirt vei J. M. James. Cincinnati Herausgegeben von J. F. Wright., AI 50515. 1838. 76 p.
    3432
    Historical Family Library: Devoted to the Republication of Standard History. 3 v. Oxford David Christy, AI 50829. 1838. 3 vol.
    3435
    Index to the Holy Bible; or An Account of the Most Remarkable Passages in the Books of the Old and New Testament. Cincinnati
    AI 50969. 1838.

    3511
    Old Man's Story of the Rock. A Poem. Lancaster, O. Wright and Moeller, Printers, AI 52067. 1838. 15 p.
    3512
    Pavilion Theatre! Main Street...This Evening, Thursday, June 14, 1838...Last Days of Pompeii. Cincinnati Printed at the Cincinnati Whig Office., AI 52158. 1838. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    3525
    The Rose of the Valley; A Flower of the West, that Blooms to Enrich the Mind. Devoted to Literature, Instruction, Amusement and Interesting Biography. v. 1. Cincinnati G. G. Moore, AI 52713. 1838.

    3527
    Sacred History, Abridged for the Use of Schools. Translated from the French A.M.D.G. by a Friend of Youth. Cincinnati Press of the Catholic Telegraph, AI 52750. 1838. 111 p. ;
    3541
    Verhandlungen der Hochdentschen Evangelish Reformirten Synode von Ohio und mit ihr verbundenen gemeinden in Andern Staaten. Gehalten in Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio, vom 17 ten bis den 22 sten Jun...1838. Canton Gedruckt bei Johann S. Wiestling., AI 53440. 1838.
    See number 8820 for English.
    4084
    You are Respectfully Requested to Attend a Ball in Commemoration of the Birth Day of George Washington, at the American House on the 22d Feb., 1838. Cleveland, Feb. 5, 1838. J. W. Willey. Cleveland
    AI 0. 1838. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4316
    Chillicothe Advertiser-Extra. To the Public. Relative report critical of John Coates who sent letter to Col. Bond. Chillicothe, Aug. 30, 1838. Chillicothe s.n., AI 0. 1838. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4336
    Massillon, Ohio. June 13, 1838. To Gen. Simon Perkins. Letter requesting his honor at a 4th of July Celebration. Massillon
    AI 0. 1838. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5238
    Article of Agreement. Ohio City, Oct. 1, 1838. Josiah Barber, first part, and Harvey Edgerton and Sardis Edgerton of Royalton. Ohio City
    AI 0. 1838.

    6492
    Extensive Sale of Durham Cattle. C. S. Clarkson will sell at his Clifton Farm. 27th of June. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1838. 1 sheet ([1] p.) OC (Folder 3-).
    6497
    Awful Catastrophe. The Explosion of the Steamer Moselle. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1838. [2] p.
    6498
    Splendid Dioramas! Explosion of the Moselle, and the Carnival of Venice at the Western Museum. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1838. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7393
    Awful Catastrophe. "Third Edition, Corrected." The Explosion of the Steamer Moselle. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1838. [2] p.
    7680
    Democratic Convention. Democratic Freemen of Fayette, Ross, Pike, Jackson and Scioto,-We the undersigned...to attend in Convention, at RICHMOND, in Ross county, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, the 25th of August, inst. to nominate a candidate for Congress...August 8th, 1838. Chillicothe
    AI 0. 1838. Broadside. 32 x 32.5?cm. Dated August 8th, 1838.
    7866
    Ready Reckoner, or Federal Calculator. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James, No. 26 Pearl Street, AI 0. 1838. 128 p. ;
    7924
    The Child's Scrap Book. Dayton, O. Published and Sold by B.F. Ells, AI 0. [1838] [16] p. ill. ; 13 cm. At head of title, and on wrappers: No. 12.
    Printed pictorial wrappers.
    Contents: Winter -- Anecdotes of Birds -- Anecdote from the Studies of Nature -- Long Days.
    7948
    The Universal Song Book, Being a Collection of the Most Popular Songs, Many of Which are Original. In Two Parts. Cincinnati N.G. Burgess, AI 0. 1838. 102, 121 p. ill. ; 12 cm. Part first. Sentimental songs -- Part second. National and comic songs.
    Without music.
    Includes index.
    8112
    Jesus Sprach: Ich Bin der Weinstock, ihr send die Reben, wer in mir bleibet, und ich in ihm, der bringt viel Frucht. [Canton] Pet. Kaufmann und Co. Drucker, Canton, Ohio., AI 0. not befoe 1838] 1 sheet ([1] p.) American Antiquarian Society notes: A graphic representation of the cross appears in place of the word Kreuz throughout the poem, and the text, title and imprint, delineated by type ornaments, form the shape of the cross.
    Dated [1834?] by the Hay Library, Brown University. However, the firm of Peter Kaufmann und Co. first appears in imprints dated 1838. See Morgan 3368.
    American Antiquarian Society copy hand colored.
    8129
    Cotillion Party. " Blithe pleasure comes with gayest flowerets crowned and joined with mirth, here 'trips the mazy round'." The company of ... (Mr. James Grant)...is respectfully solicited at the Union House on Wednesday evening the 31st. Millersburg s.n., AI 0. 1838. 1 p. ; 20 cm. Invitation to James Grant for a party at the Union House on October 31, 1838.
    8246
    Parkman & Fassett, Printers, Ashtabula, Ohio. ... Warrantee Deed. Legal Form. Ashtabula
    AI 0. 1838.

    9663
    The United States songster. A choice selection of about one hundred and seventy of the most popular songs: including nearly all the songs contained in the American songster. As sung by Miss C. Fisher, Miss Rock, Mrs. Knight, Miss Gillinghams, Miss George, Miss Kelly, Miss Peaton, Miss Free, Sen'a. Garcia, Miss Jefferson, Miss Stephens, Mrs. Sloman, Mrs. Austin, Miss Petrie, Mrs. French, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Barnes, Mr. Wood, Mr. Cowell, Master Cowell, Mr. Sloman, Mr. Keene, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. Horn, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Pearman, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Braham, Mr. Nicholls, Mr. Eberle, Mr. Hyle, Mr. Incledon, Mr. A. Drake. To which is added The pizing sarpent, Settin on a rail; Jim Brown, and a number of new and original songs, written expressly for this work. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James, AI 0. 1838. [2]-223, bv. p. ill. Music. ; 13 cm. Without music except for The racoon hunt, or Settin on a rail.
    Title index, p. 219-223.
    10078
    The Marriage of Christ. Cleveland J.S. Underhill's Print.,
    1838. 23 p. Presented as a chronicle of the XVth century, and signed with the initials S.J.W.T.
    3572
    Appeal on Behalf of the Oberlin Institute, in Aid of the Abolition of Slavery in the United States of America. Oberlin
    AI 54030. 1839.

    3585
    Bar Meeting to the Memory of James H. Perkins. Cincinnati
    AI 54264. 1839.

    3635
    Das Deutsche Cantoner ABC=Buchlein, oder Erstes Buch für Kinder welche anfangen zu lernen. Canton, Ohio Gedruct und zu haben bey Peter Kaufmann u. Comp., AI 0. 1839. [1-3], 4-44, [45], 46-47, [48] p. ill. ; 16.5 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: In printed boards with cloth spine.
    "Aus der Thiergeschichte"--p. 20-28.
    "Kurzgefasste Geschichte der Americanischen Revolution."--p. 38-44.
    "ABC, ffür ein frommes und glueckliches Leben."--p. [45]-47.
    Signatures: [A-B]12
    3642
    Die Ernsthaste Christenp-flicht, darinnen schöne, geistreiche gebeter, darmit sign fromme Christen-herzen zu allen zeiten und in allen nöthen trösten können. Canton, O. Gedruct bey Pet. Kaufmann und Co., AI 55539. 1839. 224 p. ; 12 cm.
    3695
    The New American Primer Containing Short and Easy Lessons for Little Children. Cincinnati Published by E. Morgan and Son., AI 57437. [1839] [2], 21, [1] p. ill. ; 11 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Publisher in wrapper imprint statement varies: E. Morgan and Company.
    Variant states noted: one bears imprint statement on wrapper "Cincinnati: published by E. Morgan and Company. 1839." Another bears imprint statement on wrapper "Cincinnati: published by E. Morgan and Company." The only dated imprint in RLIN for E. Morgan & Son is dated 1837; E. Morgan & Co. published in Cincinnati from at least 1839 to 1872. Wood-engraved illustration p. 18 signed "G" (i.e., George Gilbert?).
    American Antiquarian Society copy A bears imprint statement on wrapper dated 1839. In blue wrapper.
    American Antiquarian Society copy B bears undated imprint statement on wrapper. In yellow wrapper.
    3758
    Ohio Statesman--Extra No. 3. Columbus, Friday, Oct. 11, 1839. Ohio Election Returns. [Columbus Ohio Statesman., AI 0. 1839] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    3775
    Rose of the Valley, a Flower of the West that Blooms to Enrich the Mind. Cincinnati
    AI 58295. 1839.

    3786
    Street Gazette Extra. Town of Justice, Jan. 21, 1839. Bucyrus
    AI 0. 1839. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    3792
    Ein Unpartheyisches Gesang-Buch, zum allgemeinen Gebrach des Wahren Gottesdienstes. Mit einem doppelten Register. Canton, Ohio Gedruckt bey Peter Kaufmann und Co., AI 59009. 1839. 320 p. ; 16.5 cm. Without music.
    4072
    Died--On the 21st Day of October, 1839, in the 62d Year of His Age, Rev. Clement Vallandigham...pastor of the Presbyterian Church of New Lisbon, Ohio. New Lisbon
    AI 0. 1839. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4358
    Invitation to Simon Perkins to Anniversary Celebration of Maj. Croghan's Defence of Fort Stephenson. Lower Sandusky, July 8, 1839. [Lower Sandusky]
    AI 0. 1839. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5230
    Ohio-"Quasi" Members of the House-Session 1839-40. Joshua Mills, Speaker; James B Finney, Clerk; Isaac Taylor, Sergeant at Arms. Members. [One column of names] [Cleveland John Mead, Jr., Printer to the People., AI 0. 1839] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5308
    Ohio Baptist Anniversaries. Zanesville
    Schneider. 1839.

    5319
    Ross County Election Returns.-Official. Chillicothe s.n., AI 0. [1839] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5353
    Bluthenkranz von Erzahlungen. IV. German. Cleveland W. F. Schneider, AI 0. 1839. 64 p. [4] leaves of plates, col. ill. ; 16 cm..
    5835
    The Naval, or Sailor's Own Songster. Cleveland Sanford and Lott, AI 0. 1839. 160 p. ; 15 cm. Includes index.
    Without music.
    6921
    The New Western Primer: Designed to Precede Webster's Elementary Spelling Book; Illustrated with Upwards of Seventy Engravings. Cincinnati Burgess & Crane, Stereotyped by Glezen and Shepard., AI 0. 1839. 23, [1] p. ill. ; 18 cm. Pagination includes printed wrappers.
    7013
    The Buck-Eye Minstrel, or Ohio Songster. Being a Choice Collection of Upwards of 200 of Fashionable and Popular Songs, Catches, Glees, Duets, &c. Cleveland Sanford and Lott, AI 0. 1839. 256 p. ; 14 cm. Without music.
    7422
    A Large Sorrel Mare, with a scar on the right hind pastern, was put in my stable on the 7th instant by some unknown person. Any person owning such a mare, is requested to come and pay charges, and take her away. Christian Forrer. Middletown, Butler Co., O., July 23, 1839. Middletown, O. Gallagher, Printer, Hayman, Catalogue 89, #481. 1839. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12.5 x 17.7 cm.
    7731
    To the honourable the Legislature of the state of Ohio, next to be holden at Columbus. Your petitioners ... the erection of said territory into a separate county [Summit] ... Petitioner's Names. [Akron
    AI 0. 1839] Broadside. ; 24 x 19 cm.
    8040
    Maryland Redeemed. Democracy Triumphant. Oct. 7, 1839. Chillicothe
    Wessen, 59(November 1955), #369. 1839. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8904
    Memorial of James Hampson and J.S. Parkinson; in House, Jan. 12, 1839 ... Columbus s.n., AI 0. Swanson, page 274. 1839. 8 p.
    9237
    The American Song Book; A New Collection: Containing Comic, Sentimental, Patriotic, Amatory, Naval, Sporting, Military and Bacchanalian Songs, Together with Glees, Catches, Duets and Recitations. Cleveland Printed and Published by Sanford and Lott., AI 0. 1839. 288 p. ; 13.5 cm. "Contents."--p. [281]-288.
    Spine, gilt lettering: American Song Book.
    10020
    The Lord's Prayer, in Twenty-Five Different Languages. Cleveland s.n.,
    1839. 16 p.
    10377
    Ohio Bank Convention. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. 1839] [4] p. ; 25 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    At head of title: Private circular.
    Resolution made at a convention held by the Banks of Ohio, Columbus, June 26, 1839, signed by James Hall, President.
    10396
    Ohio Bank Convention. Columbus, June 29th, 1839. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. 1839] [4] p. ; 25 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    At head of title: (Private Circular.)
    "James Hall, President. T.P. Handy, E.F. Drake. [paren] Secretaries."--p. [1].
    1573
    Manual Alphabet, Practical for Either Hand. Columbus Published by William Willard, Columbus, Ohio., AI 0. [1840?] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    3876
    Declaration of Independence; Signed by the Representatives of the United States, in Congress Assembled, July 4, 1776, with the Names, Places of Residence, &c. of the Signers. Constitution of the United States Done in Convention, by the Unanimous Consent of the States Present, the Seventeenth Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Seven, and of the Independence of the United States of America the Twelfth. Also, Address of George Washington, President of the United States, to His Fellow-Citizens, on Declining Being Considered a Candidate for Their Future Suffrages. September 17, 1796. Cincinnati Printed by S.G. Frazer., AI 0. 1840. 47, [1] p. ; 19 cm.
    3894
    The Harrison and Log Cabin Song Book. Columbus Published by I.N. Whiting., AI 40-2977 (105 pages). 1840. 105, [3] p. ill. ; 13.5 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Without music.
    Caption title: The log cabin songster.
    "Printed at the Straight-out Harrison and Tyler Office"--verso of title page.
    With a title vignette of a log cabin scene.
    "Index"--p. [106-108]. Actually a table of contents citing first lines.
    Publisher's advertisement, lower cover. (See Morgan 3902 for title advertised, A Sketch of the Life and Public Services of William Henry Harrison.)
    Signatures: [1] 1* - 9/2 9*/4 (9* printed 8*).
    3895
    Harrison, Tippecanoe, and Patriotic Songster. Dayton Sold by T. Barrett, J. Wilson, Printer, AI 40-2986. 1840. 64 p. ; 11 cm. Without music.
    3911
    Liberty or Slavery? Cincinnati
    AI 40-3992. 1840.

    3913
    The Log Cabin Song Book. A Compendious Selection of the Most Popular Tippecanoe Melodies. Springfield J.R. Crain, AI 40-4083. 1840. 96 p. ill. ; 12 cm. RPB notes: Without music; tunes indicated by title.
    Illustrated title page.
    Issued in printed blue illustrated wrapper.
    Text on p. [4] of cover.
    3914
    The Log Cabin Songster; Being a Collection of the Most Popular Tippecanoe Songs. Respectfully Dedicated to the Friends of Harrison & Democracy. Steubenville Printed by J. & R.C. Wilson, AI 40-4084. 1840. 64 p. ; 12 cm. Cover-title: Whig songs, 1840.
    3963
    Ohio Star---Extra. Ravenna, October 31. 4 o'clock P.M. Victory!!! [Harrison Victory]. Ravenna
    AI 0. 1840. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18.5 x 34 cm. Printed area measures 13.5 x 30 cm..
    3985
    Republican Extra. City of Cincinnati, Republican Office, Nov. 8, 11 A.M. Election Returns. [Cincinnati Republican Office, AI 40-5727. 1840] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 cm. Return of votes from counties in states of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Illinois, Virginia, Tennessee in Van Buren-Harrison election, 1840.
    3988
    Slave Holding a Disqualification for Church Fellowship. A Letter to Joshua L. Wilson and the First Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, by "A Brother." Cincinnati
    AI 40-6146. 1840.

    4000
    The Tippecanoe Song Book. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James., AI 40-6581. 1840. 170 p. music. ; 16 cm.
    4001
    The Unknown Murderer, or the Police at Fault. Cincinnati Published for the Purchasers., AI 40-6670. 1840. [1-2], 3-12 p. ; 19 cm.
    4003
    The Whig Song Book. Columbus I.N. Whiting, AI 40-6984. [1840] 105, [1], 1 l. p. ; 14 cm.
    4005
    Anna Thomas, or, The Good Girl with Pictures. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, AI 0. 1840. 8 p. ill. ; 8 cm. University of Florida notes: Date from holographic inscription on t.p.
    Publisher's advertisement: p. [4] of wrapper.
    4016
    Development of Protestantism. Cincinnati
    AI 40-1987. 1840.

    4070
    Dictation No More!! [symbol of bald eagle] Independent, Anti-Van Buren Meeting. The Independent, Anti-Van Buren electors of the Towaship [sic] of Ravenna, are requested to meet at the house of Casper Dull, on Friday evening, the 27th inst., for the purpose of putting in nomination suitable candidates for township officers, to be supported at the coming election. A full attendance is required. Festus William Hill [plus 30 names] Ravenna, March 24, 1840. [Ravenna s.n., AI 0. 1840] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 30.5 cm. Printed area covers 35.5 x 24.5 cm.
    4322
    Cotillion Parties. You are respectfully invited to attend the Cotillion...American House...Dec. 30, 1840. Cleveland
    AI 0. 1840. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4328
    Circular Letter Addressed to Simon Perkins for His Opinion on Trumbull and Ashtabula Turnpike Company. Warren, May 20, 1840. Warren
    AI 0. 1840. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5186
    People of Ross. You are invited to attend a meeting in the Log-Cabin Council-House, Chillicothe, on Tues., July 28, 1840. [Chillicothe s.n., AI 0. 1840]

    5208
    Election on Tuesday, October 8th. [Decorative symbol] Bank Reform---Finish the work. Democrat's Ticket. For State Senator, John Hough, Of Ross County. For Representatives, Elihu Johnson, Of Jackson County, Samuel Reed, Of Pike County. [Symbol of American eagle] Pillar of Independent States That Will Support the Constitutional Treasury. Ohio, Main, Indiana, Missouri, Michigan, Illinois, Alabama, Tennessee, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Arkansas, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Caroline, And New York Must Cap The Pillar In 1840. Democrats, of the Counties of Ross, Pike and Jackson! [Four columns of text, with committee signatures] Allen Latham, Thomas T. Scott, James S. McGinnis, [Right point] of Ross County. J.K. Billings, George Flinn, Presley Adams, [Right point] of Pike County. George M. Adams, John Radcliff, P. Argubright, [Right point] of Jackson county[.] Americans---Freemen---Democrats---Once More Liberty Summons You[.] [Four columns of text] We give the Maxims and Principles of the Federal Whig Leaders---We give these from their own mouths and in their own words. To these Maxims and Principles We Are Opposed---Against them we make War---and where is the Democrat who will not stand by his fellow Democrats in such a contest. This is the Federal Whig language---Here it---[Four columns of quotations] [Ohio s.n., AI 0. [1840] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 54.5 x 39.0 cm. Printed area covers 49.5 x 33. 5 cm.
    5322
    The United States' Spelling Book, with Appropriate Reading Lessons: Being an Easy Standard for Spelling, Reading, and Pronouncing the English Language, According to the Rules Established by John Walker, in the Critical Pronouncing Dictionary. By Sundry Experienced Teachers. [Two lines of quotation from Humphreys.] Canton Published by P. Kaufmann & Co. Printed on Kaufmann's Power Press, AI 0. [1840] [1-3], 4-144 p. ; 17 cm. "Preface. The United States' Spelling Book, having gone through twenty-six editions, and having an extensive circulation in the Western Country; the publisher of this edition was induced, from motives of usefulness to the publick, to place it in the hands of a competent and experienced teacher, to revise it, and make such alterations as he thought would be acceptable to the community at large, and useful to the rising generation. ... Pittsburgh, April 10, 1826."--[3].
    Establishing a date of publication for this title is difficult and the copyright date does little to assist us in this instance. Kaufmann, you see, did not settle in Canton until 1828. By 1831, he was editing a German newspaper which he eventually owned. Use of the term "Kaufmann's Power Press" is used here for the first and only time for this bibliographer. Perhaps his newspaper will shed some light on when he got a power press. The range of dates for his publications in my database are from 1832 to 1847. The title page carries no publication date, a practice frequently followed by text book publishers so as not to date the currency of their titles. But then again, the Preface is dated "Pittsburgh, April 10, 1826" giving the user a date for reference. Did Kaufmann really wait 7 years to publish a textbook which was popular and published not only in Canton but in Steubenville and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania? For now, I shall pick 1840 as a middle ground as I await further evidence of the "actual" publication date."
    Signatures: [1] 1* - 12/2 12*/6 (1 of 1* and 5* not printed; 4 partially printed).).
    5432
    Wie Man Ein Held sein Kann. German aus dem Englischen. Cleveland Herausgegeben von dem Sonntagschul- und Tractatverein der Evang. Gemeinschaft, AI 0. 1840. 96 p. ill. ; 15 cm.
    5530
    Buchstabir und Lesebuch zum ersten unterricht der Kinder. Cincinnati
    Ott 0. 1840.

    5549
    Manual of Instruction in Vocal Culture and Reading. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1840.

    5572
    Child's Pictorial Music Book. Berea
    AI 0. 1840.

    5615
    Ohio State Journal....Extra. General Harrison's Military Character....Slanders Refuted! The following correspondence was called out in consequence of remarks relative to the character and conduct of General Harrison, made by members of the House of Representatives of the State of Ohio, in their places on the floor of that House. A letter was addressed to each of the gentlemen, whose replies are given below, by a member of the House who heard the remarks, stating their substance, and requesting from each a statement of the facts which fell within his personal knowledge, respectively. The high character of the gentlemen whose states have thus been obtained, (one of whom has been a uniform and prominent support of the last and present Administration of the General Government,) is such as to put the facts to which they bear testimony, entirely beyond doubt. (Three columns on pages [1-2]) We certify, that we have carefully compared the letters as above printed, with the originals, and that they are true copies thereof. The original letters can be seen by calling on Moses B. Corwin, Esq. Of Urbana, Champaign Co. Ohio, to whom they were directed. Alfred Kelly, N.M. Miller, E. Stewart, Robert Neil, Lyne Starling, jr.[,] John L. Miner, John W. Andrews, Lewis Heyl, State Central Committee. March 21, 1840. [Columbus n.s., AI 0. 1840] 1-2 p.
    5640
    Sketch of the Life of Martin Van Buren, Compiled from the Most Authentic Sources. Supplement to "Ohio Statesman." Columbus Ohio Statesman, AI 0. 1840. 16 p. Caption title; no imprint.
    5748
    Farmer Fallowfield's Pretty Stories for Good Girls and Boys. Salem E. Harris, Printer, AI 0. [1840?] 12 p.
    5759
    Easiest Reading Book in the English Language. By a Friend of Little Children. Cincinnati J.A. and U.P. James, Wessen, 8(June 15, 1939), #36. [184-] 36 p. Wessen adv. again in vol. 49, and not sold.
    5770
    My Son's Book. No. 8. 3 cts. Dayton, O. Published and Sold by B.F.Ells, AI 0. [1840?] 16 p. ; 10.5 cm. Signature: [A]/8.
    American Antiquarian Society dates [1856?] from wrapper which has L.F. Claflin & Co.
    5772
    Present for John. [Four lines of verse] Dayton, O. B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840?] [8] p. ill. ; 7.5 cm. Poems.
    Contents: The Hyenia -- The Lynx -- The Bull -- The Zebra -- The Lion -- The Bear -- The Pigs.
    No. 1. Price 1 ct.
    5777
    The Beggar's Petition. [Four lines of verse] Dayton, O Published and Sold by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840] 16 p. ill. ; 11 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: At head of title page: No. 2. Price 3 cts.
    Benjamin Franklin Ells lived in Dayton between 1835 and 1874. His last imprint was a Dayton city directory for 1856. Cf. W. Coyle, Ohio authors and their books, 1962. Typography and white line style of wood engravings are characteristic of children's chapbooks issued ca. 1820-1840.
    "The harp."--p. 14-15.
    "A riddle."--p. 15-16.
    5778
    Anecdotes of the Dog. No. 12. Dayton, O. B.F. Ells, AI 0. 184-. 16 p. ill. ; 11 cm. Caption title.
    At head of caption title page: no. 12.
    5780
    The Babes in the Woods. Dayton, O. Published and Sold by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840] 16 p. ; 10 cm. Blue wrappers with "L. F. Claflin & Co." at bottom (Morgan copy same with brownish wrappers) with B.F. Ells inside.
    Adomeit copy had No. 7, Riddle Book is the same.
    No. 1. Price 3 cts.
    5781
    The Good Book. [Four lines of verse] Dayton, O. Published and Sold by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840] 16 p. ; 11 cm. Prose and poetry, with pictures.
    Contents: The English Girl -- Never Play with Fire -- The Good-Natured Girls -- The Camel -- The Goat -- A Crane -- A Riddle.
    No. 6. Price 3 cts.
    Lapides copy has "Dayton, Ohio: F. Claflin & Co." on cover.
    5789
    The Log Cabin and Hard Cider Songster. Xenia Published by P. Lapham, AI 0. 1840. 16 p.
    5937
    The Log Cabin Song Book: A Compendious Selection of the Most Popular Tippecanoe Melodies. [Woodcut of log cabin] Springfield, Ohio J.R. Crain, Publisher., AI 0. 1840. [i-iii], iv, [5]-96 p. ; 12.5 cm. Without music; tunes indicated by title.
    Blue printed wrapper p. [1]: Crain's [Illustration of log cabin, flag, cider jug] Log Cabin Song Book.
    On the flag is: Hurrah! Hurrah! Boys, there's no two ways in The Fun we'll have at old Tip's raisin'! Hurrah!
    Under the "Hard Cider" jug is: Mr. Van Buren will give us a lift [ ] Palace London [ ] carriage...[ ]
    "T.H." or "I.H."--engraver's initials.
    "Oh, we'll sing a Harrison Song by night. Tune-'Tis my Delight of a shiney Night.'"--p. [4] wrapper.
    Signatures: [1]-6/8.
    Running title: The Log Cabin Song Book.
    Contents: Our Song Book. Log Cabin Song. Old Tippecanoe. The Farmer of North Bend. Locofoco Leader. The Battle of Tippecanoe. A Tory Hymn. Know Ye the Land. The Soldier of Tippecanoe. Invitation to Old Tippecanoe's Raisin'. The Father of the West. Billy Harrison. Hurrah Song. Song to Old Tippecanoe. When This Old Hat Was New. Report Of the "Committee" appointed by the People to invite Mr. Van Buren into a "State of Retiracy." A Hard Cider Song. The Converted Democrat--or, Home of the Brave. Van and the Farmer. Harrison Convention. Song of the Jackson Men. Clearing the Kitchen and the White House. [A Song for the 4th of March, 1841.] Ohio Whig Convention, 1840. A Tip-Top Song about Tippecanoe. Harrison Song. Hark! They Come! Old Tippecanoe. A New Song. Old Tippecanoe and the Jackets of Blue. Old Honesty's Coming. Grand National Whig Song. O Matty Van, My Jo, Mat! Cabin Song. General William H., Harrison. Our Own Cincinnatus. Harrison and Liberty. Song. The Home of Old Tippecanoe. When British Bands. The Hero of Tippecanoe. Union County Cabin Song. Old Fort Meigs. The Spoilsmen Came Down. King Martin the Ist. On! To Victory!!! Song. "Our Dignity." Our Candidate. The Hero of the Thames. Tippecanoe. The Tippecanoe Battle Ground Gathering. New Whig Song. Gen. Van Buren, and His Aids. The British Now So Bold. The People Are Coming. The Tory Feds. A Health to Tippecanoe. Log Cabin Dedication. We Cannot Vote For Van. Long Time Ago. Old Virginia. Who Is He? The People's Man. The Rolling Ball.
    5955
    Intemperance. The following is the most graphic delineation of the miseries and effects of intemperance that we have ever seen. It is from the arguments advanced by certain citizens of Portage County, Ohio, etc. etc. Steubenville Washingtonian Temperance House, by John Boyer, South Fourth Street, AI 0. [1840?] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    6042
    Family Medical Directory. Contains a Correct Description of the Most Valuable Medicines in Use. A large supply of which, is kept constantly for sale, by Joshua Edwards, Harvey Burgh, Ohio. Hamilton Harvey Burgh, AI 0. [1840?] 10 p.
    6055
    Circular. At a Meeting of the Managing Co. and others, convened in the town of Mt. Vernon, Knox Co...the Rev. George Montgomery West, D. C. Re: Kenyon College. Mount Vernon
    Wessen, 54(March 4, 1953), #358. 1840. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    6061
    The Riddle Book. Dayton Published and Sold by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840] [1-2], 3-16 p. ; 10 cm. Blue wrappers with "Dayton, O.: L. F. Claflin & Co." No. 7. Price 3 cts.
    6083
    Library of American History; Containing Biographical Sketches...; the Declaration of Independence, with Facsimiles of the Handwriting of the Signers...; Revolutionary Anecdotes...illus. with about One-Hundred and Fifty Engravings. Cincinnati U.P. James, AI 0. 1840. 640 p. ill. front. (port.) ; 27 cm.
    6578
    Book of Fables. [Four lines of verse.] Dayton, O. Published by B.F. & G.W. Ells., AI 0. [1840] 8 p. ; 9 cm. "Anagrams."--p. 8. Benjamin Ells had a brief connection with his brother, George W. Ells.
    Cf. Ohio Authors. B.F. and G.W. Ells published two titles in 1848, an almanac and Levi Purviance biography. 1848 only years together that I have.
    6586
    Harrison Catechism: Being the Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth, about William Henry Harrison. Cincinnati Stereotyped by Shepard & Stearns, AI 0. 1840. 16 p. ; 22 cm.
    6682
    Log Cabin Raising. In accordance with a resolution of a public meeting of the Whig Citizens of the different townships in the county of Preble, there will be a Log Cabin raised in Eaton, on Saturday the 16th inst. Dimensions of the Cabin, 20 by 24 feet--8 feet story; timber to consist of Buckeye. [paragraph] This is, therefore, to invite all the Harrison Democrats in the Counties of Preble, Butler and Darke, to attend the "Tippecanoe Raising," on Saturday next, at 9 o'clock, A.M. at Eaton. Levin T. McCabe, [and six more names] Log Cabin Committee. ... May 12, 1840.
    s.n., AI 0. 1840. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19.5 x 26 cm. Cowan Auction, Nov. 6, 1998, #127.
    6851
    Picket's American School Class Books: Based Upon the Most Approved Practice of Teaching. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James, AI 0. [1840] 31 p. ; 10 cm. 26 Pearl St. location, therefore between 1838 and 1847. this is a sale catalogue I guess. Possibly printed after several titles in the series published. Guess 1845ish.
    6943
    Fourth of July Gift. Toy Books. No. 5. Dayton Published and Sold by B.F. Ells, AI 0. 1840. [8] ll. ill. ; 15 cm.
    6944
    Father's Present. Number One. Dayton B.F. Ells, AI 0. 1840. [10 p.]
    6961
    I Love My Sister. Dayton, O. Published by. [sic.] B.F. & G. W. Ells., AI 0. [1840] 8 p. ill. ; 8.5 cm. No. 5. Price 2 cts.
    6963
    A Token of Friendship. No. 10. Price 2 cts. Dayton, O. Published by B.F. & G. W. Ells, AI 0. [1840?] 8 p. ill. ; 8.5 cm. This unique copy has wrappers for A BOOK OF FABLES in 2 cent series, No. 8. Dayton, O. B.F. Ells. "A story about little Charles Truelove."
    7071
    The New Negro Forget-Me-Not Songster; Containing All the New Negro Songs ever Published, with a Choice Collection of Ballad Songs, Now Sung in Concerts. Cincinnati U.P. James, AI 0. 1840. 162, 41 p. ; 12 cm. Without music.
    "New songs, a sung by the Sable Harmonists."--41 p, second count.
    7072
    The Primary Reader Being Easy Lessons for Young People. Cincinnati Published by George Conclin., AI 0. 1840. 144. ill. ; 16 cm. Cover title: The Primary reader for young children. To accompany Webster's spelling book. Illustrated with cuts.
    "Constitutes one of the Series of Western Reading Books"--Advertisements.
    Advertisements on back cover.
    Printed and illustrated yellow paper over boards; tan embossed cloth spine.
    7146
    A Present for You. [Four lines of verse] Dayton, O. Published by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840?] [8] p. ill. ; 7.5 cm. Contents: The Rat -- The Dog -- The Sheep -- The Monkey -- The Fox -- The Nyl-Ghau -- The Elk.
    At head of title: No. 4. Price 1 ct.
    7158
    Natural History. [Eight lines of verse] Dayton, O. Published and Sold by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840] 32 p. ill. ; 13 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Wrapper imprints varies and states, Western Book Seller's Publishing House, which appears on this copy only.
    No. 4. Price 5 cts.
    7197
    History of Fishes. Dayton, O. Published and Sold by B.F. Ells, AI 0. [1840] 16 p. ill. ; 13 cm. "No. 6."
    7199
    The Gift of Love. [Four lines of verse] Dayton, O[.] Published by B.F. & G. W. Ells., MWA: CL-Pam G4585 O312 1835 [1840] [8] p. ill. ; 7.5 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Wrapper imprint statement varies, :Dayton, Ohio, B.F. Ells."
    In printed wrapper.
    Contents: The Peacock -- The Hen -- The Dog -- The Inn -- The Pigs -- Making Hay -- Ploughs.
    No. 12[.] Price 1 ct.
    7200
    A Gift for My Dear. [Four lines of verse] Dayton, Ohio, B.F. Ells, AI 0. [1840?] 8 p. ill. ; 7.5 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Wood engraving on p. [8] signed, "M" (i.e., Abraham John Mason?).
    Contents: The Rain-Deer -- The Letter Boy -- The Musk-Rat -- The Jack Knife -- Robin Red Breast -- The Turkey -- The Magpi [sic].
    No. 9. Price 1 cts.
    7201
    I Love My Brother. [Four lines of verse] Dayton, O. Published by B.F. & G. W. Ells, AI 0. [1840] 8 p. ill. ; 9 cm. Prose and verse. Includes riddles on p. 8.
    Wood engraving on p. 4 signed: Gilbert.
    In printed wrapper.
    No. 6. Price 2 cents.
    7209
    Economy for the Soul Translated from the Original Greek of an Old Manuscript, Found in the Island of Patmos Where St. John Wrote the Book of Revelations. Oberlin James Steele, AI 0. 1840. 62 p. ; 9 cm.
    7372
    Jesus, The Child's Example. Cincinnati
    AI 0. [1840]

    7583
    Daily Line of Ohio Canal Packets. Between Cleveland & Portsmouth. Distance 309 Miles-Through in 80 Hours. Cleveland
    AI 0. [1840?] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7690
    Pictures and Rhymes. Dayton Published by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [184-] 16 p. ; 9.5 cm. At head of title: No. 7. Price 2 cts.
    7691
    Present for Jane. [Four lines of verse] Dayton, O. Published by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840] 8 p. ; 8 cm. Tan wrappers.
    Contents: The Crab -- The Ass -- Children Go -- The Ibex -- The Squirrel.
    7692
    Present for Sarah. [Three lines of quotation] Dayton, O. Published by B.F. & G. W. Ells., AI 0. [1840?] [8] p. ; 8 cm. No. 8. Price 1 ct. at head of title page.
    Adomeit copy at American Antiquarian Society has no wrappers.
    Contents: The Owl -- The Quail -- The Goose -- The Turkey -- The Wood-Cock -- The Black-Bird -- The Sturgeon.
    7740
    Public Meeting!! All Persons interested in Free Schools, Popular Education, and the Rights of Majorities to Govern, are requested to meet at The Court House, ... Febr'y 10. Many Citizens.
    s.n, AI 0. [1840?] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7836
    The Log Cabin Songster. Dayton Published at the Log Cabin Office, AI 0. 1840. 64 p. ill. music (on 1 page). ODa: 329.4 L831.
    7847
    Book of Riddles. No. 3. 4cts. Dayton Published by B.F. Ells., AI 0. [1840]

    7848
    Present for Mary. No. 2. Price 1 ct. Dayton, O.
    AI 0. [1840?]

    7849
    Present for William. Dayton, O.
    AI 0. [1840?]
    No. 5. Price 1 ct.
    7850
    Present for James. Dayton, O. Published by B.F. Ells, AI 0. [1840]
    No. 7. Price 1 ct.
    7851
    Present for Brother. Dayton, O. Published by B.F. Ells, AI 0. [1840]
    No. 10. Price 1 cts.
    7852
    Pictorial Primer. Copyright 1840. Dayton
    AI 0. 1840.

    7853
    Holiday Ramble. No. 6. 2 cts. (tall format). Dayton Published and Sold by B.F. Ells, AI 0. [1840]

    7854
    Friendship's Offering. No. 9. 2 cts. (tall format). Dayton, O.
    AI 0. [1840?]

    7855
    Juvenile Scrapbook. No. 3. 3 cts. Dayton
    AI 0. [1840]

    7911
    Gift for Christmas. No. 7. Price 2 cts. Dayton
    AI 0. 1840.

    7968
    Hamilton County Treasurer's Office [blank] 18[blank] Received of [blank] the sum of five dollars, for stud horse license, for one year ... for horse described as follows: Color [blank] hand high, [blank] years old, called [blank]. [Cincinnati s.n.,
    1840-1849] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 11 x 20 cm Printed area measures: 8.4 x 16.5 cm.
    Sealler Whipster (Horse).
    7979
    New American Primer; Containing Short and Easy Lessons for Young Children. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1840. 21 p. Others say "little" children.
    7980
    The Seasons. Hamilton
    AI 0. [1840?] 17 p. This is Hamilton, NY. Copy at Colgate. Pagination same in both references. Remove some day later.
    8013
    Ashtabula Sentinel--Extra. Saturday evening, Nov. 5. Glorious Victory!! We have met the enemy & they are ours. Election returns by township. Ashtabula
    AI 0. 1840. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8022
    William Henry Harrison, the Farmer of North Bend. The American Cincinnatus. The People called him from the Plow and will Sustain Him. Buckeye Buds. Scioto. Portsmouth
    AI 0. 1840. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8093
    To The Public. Re: political attack upon Peter Kaufmann; consisting of a vile and scurrilous alleged translation of an anti-Harrison article which Kaufmann published in his Vaterland's Freund. Canton
    AI 0. 1840. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8107
    The Eolian Songster: A Choice Collection of the Most Popular Songs, with Music. Cincinnati U.P. James, AI 0. [1840] 11-42 p. ill.,music ; 14 cm. RPB notes: Without music; some of the tunes indicated by title.
    Cover title.
    Issued in green printed illustrated wrapper.
    Probable date of publication not before 1843 from copyright determined for an individual item (Old oaken bucket) in the work.
    Publisher's advertisements: p. [4] of cover.
    8114
    Payne's Horizontal Shingle Machine (with large woodcut of the machine.) Delaware
    Wessen, 62(January 1956), #63. [1840] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8132
    A Bundle of Knowledge, for My Little Friends. 4 cent series. Dayton, O. Published and Sold by B.F. Ells, AI 0. [1840] 16 p.
    8239
    Brother's Gift. No. 11. Price 1 ct. Dayton
    AI 0. [1840]
    Only copy is in private collection.
    8282
    To The Voters Of Greene County. Re: "Fair Play" of Greene County attacks "A Whig of '76" for attack on Samuel Newsom, treasurer of the county. [two columns, 80 and 82 lines]. [Xenia
    AI 0. 1840]. Broadside. 27 x 38 cm.
    8631
    Harrison's Stimme. Re: Anti-Harrison; pro-Van Buren. [Columbus] Ohio State Zeitung., AI 0. [1840] Broadside. 18 x 9 1/2 inches.
    8720
    The Juvenile Songster. Dayton, O. Published by B.F. Ells.,
    [between 1835-1840?] 16 p. ill. ; 14 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: At head of title: No. 11. Price 4 cents.
    Benjamin Franklin Ells lived in Dayton between 1835 and 1874. His last imprint was a Dayton city directory for 1856. Cf. W. Coyle, Ohio authors and their books, 1962. Typography and white line wood engravings are characteristic of children's books issued ca. 1820-1840.
    Wood engraving of a child performing a recitation appears on p. [2]. Wood engraving of four men making maple sugar appears on back cover.
    Contents: See me, I am a little child -- Busy bees -- Love each other -- The cow -- Snuffers -- The hour is come -- Morning early -- Long day -- I’ll go to the fields -- Come all little children --- Come and sing.
    8730
    William Henry Harrison. When a man has been selected ... as a suitable candidate for any important office ... it is no more than common justice to all parties, that his fellow citizens should be supplied with some authentic information respecting his past life. ... [Ohio s.n., AI 0. 1840] 36 p. ; 21 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Title from caption and first lines of text.
    "Appendix. For the purpose of convincing the free and independent citizens of Ohio, that Mr. Van Buren is wholly unworthy of the confidence of the people, the following articles ... are submitted by way of appendix."--p. [29]-36. Includes tables "showing the apportionment of the representation among the several counties in this state [for 1836-1839] ... compiled by the editor of the Ohio state journal," and "the number of representatives and senators in the next General Assembly ... prepared by L. King, Esq., of the Senate."
    8748
    Wooster Democrat--Extra. Wednesday Morning, Sept. 23, 1840. ... Maine Election. ... [Wooster Published by the Wooster Democrat., AI 0. 1840] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 8.5 x 40 cm. Cowan Auction, Nov. 6, 1998, #128. Morgan/Dush (facs.).
    8998
    Mad River and Lake Erie and Little Miami Railroads, Connecting Cincinnati with New York and Boston. Proposals for Completing the Two Roads from Cincinnati to Sandusky, on Lake Erie, through the Centre of the State of Ohio within One Year.

    AI 0. [184-] 10 p. Caption title.
    Signed: William Mills, agent.
    9019
    Life and Public Service of Gen. William H. Harrison. In German. Columbus Published by J.S. Wiestling, AI 0. 1840.

    9221
    Arrangements of Providence. [None s.l., Rodabaugh, Robert Hamilton Bishop, Columbus, 1935, page 200. [1840]
    Anonymous pamphlet concerning Bishop's dismissal from Miami University.
    9265
    A Fair and Anti-Slavery Meeting.

    AI 0.
    1 sheet ([1] p.)
    9834
    Extracts from the Writings of Wesley, Watson, Garretson [sic] and Clarke, upon Slavery. [Cincinnati Wesleyan Anti-Slavery Society, AI 0. 1840] 8 p. ; 15 cm.
    9836
    A Review of the Power Assumed by Rulers of Nations over the Laws of God and the Lives of Men in Making and Carrying on War. Cincinnati Printed by A. Pugh, AI 0. between 1830-14849 11 p. ; 20 cm. Noah Worcester wrote a piece with the exact same title in 1815 entitled "The friend of peace."
    This title was also published by the Central Book and Tract Committee of Friends in Richmond, Indiana, about the same time.
    Achilles Pugh, the printer, was also a Quaker.
    9837
    Obituary of General Robert T. Lytle. [Cincinnati] Dawson & Fisher, AI 0. 1840. 14 p. ; 21 cm. Published as a result of meetings of the Hamilton County Bar and the Cincinnati Greys.
    9838
    Social Sports, or, Holiday Amusements. Cincinnati U.P. James, AI 0. [1840-1849?] 218 p. ill. ; 15 cm. Also published in Boston by W.J. Reynolds in 1849.
    9941
    The Home Friend: A Household Reference Book. Oberlin, O. Mattison's Steam Printing House, AI 0. [1840] [16] p. The is only title with printer: Mattison's Steam Printing House.
    9977
    The Harrison and & Reform, Tyler & Corwin Songs. [Sandusky H.C. Campbell, AI 0. 1840] 48 p. ; 14 cm. Title page missing.
    9982
    General Harrison's Military Character. Slanders Refuted. [Urbana Urbana Gazette, AI 0. 1840] 8 p. ; 21 sm. Caption title.
    In double columns.
    Contains letters addressed to Moses Bledso Corwin (1790-1872) of Urbana in defense of General Harrison.
    10073
    The Tippecanoe Songster, Being a Collection of Songs Written and Sung Since the Nomination of Harrison & Tyler, Compiled by J.M. Brown ... Chillicothe Log Cabin Office, AI 0. 1840. 32 p. illus. ;
    10136
    Bowling=Green, September, 1840. Dear Sir==The Whigs of Warren contemplate having a Festival on the 5th of October next, in honor of the Battle of the Thames; you are hereby specially invited to participate in the proceedings designed to commemorate that victory, and to stimulate the people to prepare for a glorious triumph Nov. next. Yours with respect, H. Grider, A.R. Macey, Thomas Quigley, E.M. Covington, Jas. B. Waller, J.C. Wilkins. Committee of Invitation. [Bowling Green n.s.,
    1840] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19.5 x 25 cm. (14.0 x 7.3 cm) The broadside letter was addressed to: Honorable Elisha Whittlesey.
    Western Reserve Historical Society Broadside Collection: O.1507.
    10321
    A club of subscribers is now being formed at this office for The dollar weekly times … [Cincinnati s.n.,
    between 1840 and 1870?] 1 sheet ([1] p.] ; 26 x 19 cm.
    10322
    Proposal for publishing in Cincinnati, a monthly periodical to be devoted to the interests of freemasonry, and to be called The Masonic review … [Cincinnati s.n.,
    1840?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 20 cm.
    367
    An Address to Disciples on the Sin of Slavery by the Churches in Trumbull County, Ohio, and Vicinity. Cincinnati W. L. Mendenhall, Printer, AI 41-57. 1841. 12 p. ; 18 cm.
    381
    Argument Showing the Reasons Why the County Seat of Lucas County Should Be Permanently Located at Maumee City, in Lucas County. Columbus S. & M. H. Medary, Printers, AI 41-283. 1841. 17 p. ; 21 cm. For other pamphlets on this questions, see Morgan 6584 and 9960.
    440
    The Grind-Stone; Taken from a Quarry of First Rate Grit, in Holmes County, Ohio. Discovered in November, 1840 by Honest Patriotism. Price--12 1/2 cents. [hand] Buy this Grindstone, and if I live and do well, I will take another from the same quarry, by the time this is torn out. [upside down hand] Millersburg, Ohio Printed at the Cosmopolite Office,, AI 0. 1841. 12 p. ; 18.5 cm.
    477
    Conspiracy, or Romance in Real Life: A Narrative of Facts, Commencing in Baltimore & Ending in Cincinnati. Cincinnati
    AI 41-1283. 1841.

    494
    Enoch Crosby; or, The Spy Unmasked. Cincinnati U.P. James, 167 Walnut St., AI 41-1786. [1841?] after 1853. 104, 24 p. ill. ; 14 cm. U.P. James published at 167 Walnut Street between 1854 and 1880. He reprinted many titles without a publication date on the title page and contributed to many publication dates being based on a copyright.
    495
    The Fashionable American Letter Writer: or, The Art of Polite Correspondence. Containing a Variety of Plain and Elegant Letters on Business, Love, Courtship, Marriage, Relation-Ship, Friendship, etc. With Forms of Complimentary Cards. To the Whole is Prefixed Directions for Letter Writing and Rules for Composition. Cleveland Sanford & Co., AI 41-1857. 1841. 184 p. ; 14 cm.
    516
    Herald of Equity. Joseph Warren, Responsible Proprietor. Cincinnati
    AI 41-2509. 1841.

    564
    Political Text Book. 1. Declaration of Independence. 2. Articles of Confederation. 3. Constitution. 4. Washington's Farewell Address. Cincinnati J.A. James, AI 41-4213. 1841. 120 p. ; 9 cm.
    565
    Politician's Register Containing the Results of the Elections which have taken Place during the Year 1836, 1840 for President of the United States... New Election Laws of Ohio. Piqua Printed and Published by J. & J. Vaile, AI 41-4214. 1841. 79 p.
    575
    Report Made to a Meeting of the Citizens of Hamilton and Rossville, on the Subject of a Western National Armory. Dec. 1, 1841. Hamilton William C. Howells, Printer, Thomson 980. 1841. 23 p. map (fold.) ; 16 cm. Cover title: A Report Relating to a Western Armory, Dec. 1, 1841.
    581
    Rules for the Behavior of Young Men. By a Friend. Ravenna Printed for the Author at the Office of the W. R. Cabinet, AI 0. 1841. 30 p. ; 11 cm.
    590
    Summit Beacon. Akron
    AI 41-4999. 1841.
    This newspaper. Listed here because in American Imprints.
    592
    Tracts on the Holiness Practicable to Christians in the Present Life. Oberlin Pub. by R. E. Gillett for the Tract Committee, AI 41-5185, 41-4526. 1841. v. No. 1. Rochester convention, July, 1841.
    602
    Young Lady's Toilet. Berea
    AI 41-5679. 1841.

    4083
    Notice. The Undersigned, having disapproved of the Appointment of Postmaster...request all Whigs of Ravenna Township...Ravenna, April 16, 1841. Jonathan Sloane. Ravenna
    AI 0. 1841. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4359
    Gazette and Express--Extra. Lancaster, Ohio. April 10, 1841. Death of William Henry Harrison. Lancaster
    AI 0. 1841. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4809
    Informing the public, particularly Democrats, of President Tyler's veto. Re. rejection of an act incorporating the Fiscal Bank of the U.S. Wooster
    AI 0. 1841. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5298
    Special Report of the Board of Public Works Relative to the Zanesville and Maysville Road Report. Zanesville
    AI 0. 1841. 12 l.
    5324
    Geschichte der Ver[einigten] Staaten von Nordamerika von Jahre 1487 bis 1841 für Deutsche Familien und Schulen. Aus dem Englischen ubersetzt. -1841.- Paris, Stark County, Ohio Gedrucht und verlegt von David Huston, Buckdrucker und Buchhandler., AI 0. [1841] vi, 504 p. ill. ; 17.5 cm. Probably by Wilhelm Ludwig Joseph Kinderlen who published a work by a very similar title in Philadelphia in 1838. See Sabin 37718.
    5416
    Childs [sic] Pictorial Geometry. Berea
    AI 0. 1841.

    5573
    Child's Pictorial Music Book. Berea
    AI 0. 1841.

    5634
    The New England Primer Containing the Shorter Catechism; with a Brief Introduction to Spelling and Reading. Cincinnati Published by J. W. Ely, Bookstore No. 19, Lower Market St., AI 0. 1841. [44] p. ill. ; 11 cm. Title and imprint from front printed wrapper. First and last leaves attached to printed wrappers.
    5782
    The History of Goody Two-Shoes. Embellished with Elegant Engravings. Cleveland Published by Sanford & Co., Wessen, 12(April 1, 1940), #59. 1841. 16 p. No copy located. Only reference is Wessen's 1940 catalogue.
    6584
    Reply to an Argument, Showing the Reason Why the County Seat of Lucas County Should Be Permanently Located at Maumee City. [Maumee City s.n., AI 0. 1841. 15, bv p. ; 22 cm. Caption title.
    Anonymous author argues in favor of Toledo.
    For other pamphlets on this question, see Morgan 381 and 9960.
    Signatures: [1]-2/4.
    7080
    Specimen Book of Illustrative Plates. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1841. 13 plates. ; 26 cm. Included are the steamers Missouri and Cincinnati.
    7957
    Interesting Narrative of Facts, or a Correspondence of Three Years between Edwin L. Hathaway, a Physician and Surgeon, and Lucretia A. Russell, an Amiable Young Lady. Cleveland
    AI 0. 1841.

    8245
    New York Cash Store. Stanley Lockwood, Bookseller And Stationer,...Painesville, September, 1841. Painesville
    AI 0. 1841. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8285
    Die Kleine Lieder-Sammlung. Oder Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions, zum Dienst und Gebrauch inniger heilsuchender Seelen zusammengetragen in gegenwärtig kleiner Form, und mit drey Registern versehen. Siebente Auflage. [Three lines from Psalms] Osnaburg, Stark County, Ohio. Gedruckt und haben bey Heinrich Kurtz., AI 0. 1841. 256, 272 p. ; 11 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: A collection of hymns for the use of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. Without music.
    English text, 272 p. second count.
    Includes indexes of first lines.
    American Antiquarian Society copy title page mutilated. Lacks English title page and clasps.
    Manchester College, Indiana, has German part with title page.
    8957
    Brief Reasons for the Formation of Co-operative Association; Together with a Proposed Constitution, Approved at a Meeting Convened at Oakland, on the Fourth of July, 1841. Wilmington, O. 1841. Wilmington, O. s.n., AI 0. 1841. 24 p. ; 21 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Caption title.
    Contents: Prefatory Remarks -- Co-operation in General Society. By A. Gilbert -- A Glance at the Past, etc. By E. Brooke -- Social Evils and a Proposed Remedy. By A. Gilbert -- Constitution.
    "Reference can be made in matters relating to the proposed association to A. Brooke or A. Allen, Oakland, B.C. Gilbert, Wilmington, Clinton Co., or V. Nicholson, Xenia, Ohio. All letters sent to either of the individuals above named should be post paid."--p. 24.
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: Orestes A.. Brownson.
    4323
    Chillicothe Advertiser--Extra. Chillicothe, October 6, 1842. Democratic Ticket. Election, Oct. 11. Chillicothe s.n, AI 0. 1842. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4337
    New Lisbon, Aug. 22, 1842. You are respectfully invited to attend the Great Whig Convention which is to assemble in this place on Tuesday the 13th day of September next. You are also authorized and requested to extend the invitation to all the Democratic Whigs in your vicinity. Gov. Corwin, Hon. Thomas Ewing, and many other distinguished individuals will be present on that occasion. Very Respectfully, Yours, &c. John McClymonds, David Begges, B.W. Snodgrass, Matthew Adams, S.S. Clark, Committee. [New Lisbon n.p., AI 0. 1842. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 15.5 x 19.5. Broadside letter addressed in ms. To Gen. Simon Perkins, Warren, Trumbull Co. Ohio.
    4445
    Democratic Republican...Extra. To the Democracy of Crawford County. Democratic party committee and resolutions passed. August 22, 1842. Bucyrus
    AI 0. 1842.

    4446
    Deutsche Americanische ABC - Buchstabir- und Lese-Buchlein fur Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Neue Aufl. Osnaburg, (Stark County, Ohio) Gedruckt und zu haben bey Heinrich Kurtz, AI 0. 1842. 48 p. ill. ; 16 cm.
    4479
    Ravenna, October 6, 1842. A Letter to the Whigs of Portage County asking them to vote the entire Whig Ticket. Ravenna
    AI 0. 1842. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4482
    Samaritan Liniment, for the Cure of Cuts, Burns, etc. College Corner
    AI 0. 1842. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5451
    The Letter-Writer's Own Book: On Love, Education and Business. Containing Rules for Letter Writing; Rules for Directing Letters; Rules for Using Capitals; a Complete System of Punctuation; a Dictionary of Classical Words and Phrases; Erroneous Sentences Corrected; and Letters on Various Subjects. Stereotype Edition. Dayton, O. Published and Sold by B.F. Ells., AI 42-2918. 1842. [1-2], 3, bv, 5-192 p. ; 15 cm. "Stereotyped by J.A. James, Cincinnati."--verso of title page.
    Signatures: [A]-M/8. (F printed G. J not used.)
    5460
    Stories of Voyages, Being Authentic Narratives of the Most Celebrated Voyages from Columbus to Parry, with Accounts of Remarkable Shipwrecks and Naval Adventures. Designed to Interest the Young in the Study of Geography. Dayton D.W. Noble, AI 42-4689. 1842. vi, 288 p. illus. 15 cm.
    5672
    Western Reserve and Washingtonian Songster, and Temperance Hymns. Third Edition. Medina T.J. White, AI 0. 1842. 77, [3] p.; 13 cm. Without music.
    6155
    Opening a High School at the Episcopal Church in Newark, Ohio, Commencing Oct. 31, 1842. Newark
    AI 0. 1842. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    6192
    Few Plain Facts Addressed to the Farmers and Men of Business of Hamilton County, by Hard-Worker, to which is Added the History of a Tin-Pan. Cincinnati
    AI 42-1779. 1842. 16 p.
    6199
    Court in Bank: Dec. Term, 1842. John Creed, Plaintiff in Error, vs. The Commercial Bank of Cincinnati. Mr. Stanbery's Argument, for the Bank. [Cincinnati s.n., AI 42-2677. 1842] [1], 2-13, bv, 1 l. p. ; 22 cm. Caption title from brown wrapper.
    6217
    The New American Primer Containing Short and Easy Lessons for Little Children. Cincinnati Published by E. Morgan and Son, AI 42-3550. [1842] 21, [1] p. ; 11 cm. Yellow wrappers and "young" children given.
    On back wrapper "s" in seminary is reversed in illustration.
    6651
    Katechismus der Christkatholischen Religion fur das Bisthum Cincinnati. Cincinnati Verlegt von kath. Verein zur Verbreitung der Religion-Kenntnitz, AI 0. Ott 16. 1842. 168 p. ; 18 cm.
    7553
    Political Map of Ohio, showing the party majorities in each county, at every general election from 1828 to 1842. Columbus Wright & Legg, AI 0. 1842.

    7734
    Chillicothe Advertiser--Extra. Saturday, October 2, 1842. John L. Taylor's Pledges To The Abolitionists. We have received information from the most respectable sources, that John L. Taylor, the Whig candidate for State Senator for this district, has been treating with, and making Secret Pledges to the Abolitionists. [Chillicothe Chillicothe Advertiser., AI 0. 1842] Broadside. ; 28 x 20.5 cm.
    8117
    Erklaerung auf eine Schmeahschrist von den Herrn Georg Walker under August Ren(t)z. Stephen Molitor, Cincinnati, May 25, 1842. Cincinnati
    AI 0. Ott 0. 1842.
    See Morgan 8118 for George Walker's publication.
    8209
    The Weekly Morning Star, and Temperance Journal, is Published every Tuesday ... The semi-weekly Morning Star, is published ... every Wednesday and Saturday. Cincinnati Published by L.G. Bingham, AI 0. 1842. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: "Post-masters, clergymen and officers of temperance societies are specially requested to act as agents. ... Please remit names and money as soon as possible. Address L.G. Bingham, Cincinnati, O. ... March 1, 1842."
    Includes blank form for subscribers' names.
    Printed area measures 11.6 x 16.2 cm.
    American Antiquarian Society copy address in ms. to the postmaster, Augusta, Hancock Co., Ill.
    8523
    Restricted and Mixed Communion. It is believed that much of the unkind feeling, among all denominations, and uncharitable remarks about each other, proceed from a misconception of each others sentiments; and there is no one thing more generally censured than restricted communion, as practiced by the Baptist denomination, and that because there is no thing more misapprehended, or less understood. The design then of this little Tract is not only to direct all candid inquirers after truth, to the Apostolic practice; but also to rectify mistakes, to remove prejudice, and to promote Christian union. Norwalk, Ohio From the Press of S. & C.A. Preston., AI 0. 1842. [8] p. ; 20 cm. Morgan copy has hole at top affecting all pages and some text on all pages.
    9050
    The Juvenile Hymn Book. St. Clairsville T.W. Greer, Rieger 6976. 1842.

    9554
    Ohio statesman--extra. Columbus, March 26, 5 o'clock, M. Highly interesting intelligence---invasion of Texas by the Mexicans---laziness of the journal &c. &c. [Columbus, Ohio s.n., AI 0. Streeter, T.W. Texas, 1425. 1842] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 22 cm.
    10343
    Reception of Mr. Van Buren the committee announce the following order of reception, upon the arrival of Mr. Van Buren, with his son, and Mr. Paulding, late Secretary of the Navy…a national salute will be fired from the wharf upon the approach of the boat… The citizens are requested to meet in their several wards.. and march from thence to the wharf.../ [Cincinnati s.n.,
    1842] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 cm. James Goodloe, chairman; C.H. Brough, Secretary.
    198
    A Gazetteer: Containing a General View of the United States, and the Several States and Territories; with an Accurate Account of the Internal Improvements throughout the Union: Also A Table of the Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, &c. in the Same. Together with a Table of the Rivers, Exhibiting Their Length and Termination. To Which Is Added a Table of All the Post Offices in the United States, and Their Nett [sic] Proceeds in 1841. The Whole Compiled From Public Documents and Other Popular Works. Akron Publishers: Manning and Darby, Akron, Ohio., AI 43-2057. 1843. Stereotyped by Shepard and Co., Cincinnati. 409 p. ; 23 cm. Title on spine: Manning and Darby's gazetteer.
    "Stereotyped by Shepard and Co., Cincinnati."--following publication date.
    Morgan copy inscribed: Solomon Rhinehart's Book.
    1193
    The American Pioneer--Extra. (Devoted to the truth and justice of history.) The time has now arrived, when it must be determined whether the settlement and improvement of America, and particularly the Western Country, shall have a periodical devoted to them or not. Such are the objects and such is the function of the American pioneer. It has run through two volumes without adequate patronage, and must stop unless it receives an increase of support. ...Cincinnati, September, 1843...Jno. S. Williams...Vol. III. Subscription Form. [Cincinnati Published by Jno. S. Williams, AI 0. 1843] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 6 x 26 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: "American pioneer, Vol. III. It is proposed to commence this volume in January 1844 ... The terms are as heretofore:--Two dollars in advance for a single copy, or ten dollars for six copies or which amounts to the same, five dollars for three copies. ... Cincinnati, September, 1843."--p. [2]. Signed, with a lithographically produced signature: Jno. S. Williams.
    Includes blank form for subscribers' names, to which a separate sheet was to be pasted.
    3586
    A Descriptive Catalogue of Mr. Jones' Collection of Pictures and Ancient Spanish Armour and Arms Now Exhibiting at College Hall, Walnut Street. Cincinnati Printed by R.P. Brooks, AI 0. 1843. 14 p. ; 18 cm.
    4326
    The Voice of "Old Pickaway." A Notification of a Meeting to Establish a Bank for This State, Jan. 14, 1843. Circleville
    AI 0. [1843] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4509
    The Cupola; or, "Rhymes on Demagogues and Mobs." Part I. Written by a Retired Politician, and Edited by Erasmus Evergreen, Esq. Columbus Printed for the Editor, by E. Glover, AI 43-1383. January 1843. iv, 36 p. ; 21 cm.
    5490
    Map of the Politics and Statistics of Ohio. Hamilton W.C. Howells, AI 0. 1843.
    Contains elections results for each county. Hand colored.
    Wessen 30, list under Howells, W.C.
    There is a second edition, revised.
    6327
    Catalogue of books for sale which did not arrive in time for Oct. 4, 1843 sale. Will be sold Oct. 21, 1843. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1843. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    6328
    Catalogue of Books, Stationery, etc. To Be Sold at Auction, on Wednesday, December 6, 1843. Caption title. Appears all U. P. James items. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1843.
    Caption title; no imprint.
    6838
    The Millennium Just at Hand. Cincinnati
    AI 43-3476. 1843.

    6859
    The United States Songster. A Choice Selection of About One Hundred and Seventy of the Most Popular Songs Including Nearly All the Songs Contained in the American Songster. As Sung by Miss C. Fisher, Miss Rock, Mrs. Knight, Miss Gillinghams, Miss George, Miss Kelly, Miss Peaton, Miss Free, Sen'a. Garcia, Miss Jefferson, Miss Stephens, Mrs. Sloman, Mrs. Austin, Miss Petrie, Mrs. French, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Barnes, Mr. Wood, Mr. Cowell, Master Cowell, Mr. Sloman, Mr. Keene, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. Horn, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Pearman, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Braham, Mr. Nicholls, Mr. Eberle, Mr. Hyle, Mr. Incledon, Mr. A. Drake. To Which Is Added The Pizing Sarpent, Settin on a Rail; Jim Brown, and a Number of New and Original Songs, Written Expressly for This Work. Cincinnati Published by U.P. James, AI 43-5038. 1843. 233, bv p. ill., music ; 13 cm. Includes music (shape-note notation) to one song.
    One wood-engraved illustration signed: D & M. sc. [Doolittle & Munson]
    Title index, p. 219-233.
    7149
    Constitution of the United States Anti-Gambling and Moral Trust Society, Adopted at College Hall, Cincinnati, September 2, 1843. Cincinnati Printed by R.P. Brooks, AI 0. 1843. 8 p. ; 15 cm.
    7524
    Oregon Convention. ... Cincinnati, Ohio, July 4, 1843. [Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1843] 1 sheet ([1] p.) This printed declaration of the convention declared as its purpose the "adopting [of] such measures as may induce the immediate occupation of the Oregon Territory by the arms and laws of the United States of North America." It invokes the Monroe Doctrine of 1823 and importance of restraining British expansion in the West. The president of the convention was vice-President Richard M. Thompson.
    7958
    Plan of a Social and Domestic Library submitted by the Cincinnati Book Committee, to the Several Annual Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Cincinnati
    AI 0. 1843.

    8124
    Court Room, Maumee City, Ohio. At a meeting of the bar in attendance...re: prenuptial party for Judge Emery D. Potter. Maumee City s.n., AI 0. 1843. 1 p. ; 25 cm.
    9056
    The Western Primer, Ornamented with Engravings. Columbus, O. E. Glover, Printer, AI 0. 1843. 35 p. ill. ; 15 cm.
    9894
    My Own Picture Book. Cincinnati Truman and Smith, AI 0. [1843] 16 p. illus. ; 11 cm. Wrapper title: My Own Picture Book with Pictures.
    One illustration signed Anderson (Alexander).
    Author statement from cover.
    Contents: Boys at Play -- Joseph before Pharaoh -- Joseph and His Brethren -- Catching a Wild Elephant -- Passing through the Sea -- Egyptians Overwhelmed -- The Crucifixion.
    Truman and Smith dissolved their partnership in 1843. William T. Truman printed this title in 1844 with the date on the title page (Morgan 4592).
    10052
    The Washingtonian Tee-Totalers' Minstrel. Columbus E. Glover, AI 0. 1843. 60 p.
    10190
    The Child's Bible. With Plates. By a Lady of Cincinnati. Cincinnati William T. Truman, AI 0. Pomeroy, J.R. Anderson, 1633. [between 1843 and 1847] 192 p., ill. (wood-engravings) ; 56 mm. Illustration on p. 66 signed: AA [Alexander Anderson].
    "Stereotyped by J.A. James, No. 1, Baker Street."--p. [4].
    10318
    Have you seen Sam! The largest dollar weekly paper in America, published in Cincinnati, entitled The dollar weekly times. Established in 1843. … [Cincinnati s.n.,
    1843] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 68 x 55 cm. At head of title: The Times is now engaged in ardently advocating the following genuine republican American platform. …
    10319
    Proposals for publishing at Upper Sandusky, in the contemplated new county of Wyandot, a weekly paper to be called the Upper Sandusky Whig. [Upper Sandusky s.n.,
    1843] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 21 cm.
    4013
    Bird Stories and Dog Stories. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 40-781. [1844] 16 p. ill. ; 11 cm. Contents: The Bird Soldier -- Is It a Funeral? -- The Canary -- Freddy Taking a Ride -- Growler -- Carlo and Shag -- The Lost Boy -- My Dog.
    Title-page vignette.
    Series title taken from publisher's wrappers: Truman's entertaining toy books.
    4375
    Die Kleine Lieder-Sammlung, oder Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions; zum Dienst inniger heilsuchender Seelen, und insonderheit zum Gebrauch in den Gemeinden der Bruder zusammen getragen in gegewartig kleine Form und mit einem dreifachen Register vershen. Achte, vermehrte Auflage. Summer's Platz bey Poland, Trumbull County, Ohio Gedrucht bey Heinrich Kurtz, AI 44-3618. 1844. 256 p. ; 10 cm. This popular hymnal was often bound with German and English together with separate title pages. See Morgan Number 4567, English.
    4397
    Western Star. Extra. Oct. 12, 1844. Ohio Election Results. [Warren
    AI 0. 1844] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4398
    Whig Meeting, The Whigs are notified to meet at the Court House. Sept. 2, 1844. Ravenna. [Ravenna
    AI 0. 1844] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4566
    Celebration of the Fifty-Seventh Anniversary of the Settlement of Ohio: April 8th, 1844. Cincinnati E. Morgan and Company., AI 44-1265. 1844. 23 p. ; 22 cm. Contents: Prayer J.L. Wilson. -- Ode Mrs. R.S. Nichols. -- Oration Jordan A. Pugh. -- Music. -- Benediction.
    4567
    A Choice Selection of Hymns, from Various Authors, Recommended for the Worship of God. [Three lines of quotation from Psalm] Seventh, Enlarged Edition. Summer's Place, near Poland, Trumbull County, Ohio. Printed by Henry Kurtz., AI 0. 1844. 306, [14] p. ; 10 cm. Morgan (missing last 2 l.).
    Includes indexes.
    Some copies bound with: Die kleine Lieder-Sammlung, oder, Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions.
    4582
    Kimball & James' Business Directory, for the Mississippi Valley, 1844; Including the Following Places, Pittsburgh, Beaver, Steubenville, Wheeling, Portsmouth, Maysville, Cincinnati, Lawrenceburgh, Madison, Louisville, St. Louis, Memphis, Vicksburg, Natchez, New-Orleans. With a Brief Notice of the Discovery and Occupation of the Mississippi Valley, and a Historical and Statistical Sketch of the Principal Cities above Mentioned. Cincinnati Printed by Kendall & Barnard., AI 44-3578. 1844. viii, 546 p. front., ill. ; 22 cm. Includes index.
    Advertising matter interspersed.
    Illustrations engraved by H.C. Grosvenor, J.H. Lovejoy, A.F. Marthens, and N.B. Molineux.
    4612
    200 Receipts on the Art of Cookery, Preserving Meats and Vegetables; also Other Interesting Matter. Chardon Published by Joseph W. White., Lowenstein, E., American Cookery (3rd. ed.), 339. 1844. 30 p. ; 13 cm. Lowenstein: Title page is the cover. Back cover says: A panacea for the palate; which every family ought to possess, when the value is so great and the cost is so insignificant.
    4613
    Two Peacocks, or, A Present from Uncle. Cincinnati William T. Truman, AI 0. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. Series: Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books.
    4614
    United States Political Register. Cincinnati
    AI 0. January, 1844. 32 p.
    5185
    Western Reserve Chronicle, Extra. Monday, October 7, 1844. Maryland Election. Glorious News, Voice of Maryland. We have received the following intelligence, via Wheeling. It is authentic and reliable. It is Great, Glorious, Heart-Cheering. A Whig Governor, Senate and House of Representatives. [Warren Western Reserve Chronicle, A.W. Parker, Publisher, AI 0. 1844] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 42 x 16 cm. Printed area measures 38.4 x 6.6 cm.
    Lists Maryland election results for governor in 1841 and 1844.
    5209
    State Central Committee Room, Columbus, Oct. 19, 1844. Our Opponents Must Be Met At All Points. J. Ridgway. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. 1844] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5227
    Ohio State Tribune. Columbus, O. June 7, 1844. Report of the Select Committee on the Auditor of States' Annual Report. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. 1844] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5261
    Trappers of Madriver about to Start on their Fall Hunt, propose giving a friendly entertainment...Springfield, Ohio, Sat., Sept. 14, 1844. [Sprinfield s.n., AI 0. 1844] Broadside. 23 x 32 cm.
    5299
    Zanesville and Its Advantages, Address to the Board of Managers of the Intermediate Penitentiary of Ohio. Zanesville
    AI 0. 1844.

    5486
    Advice to Young Tradesmen on the Formation of Business Habits, &c. Calculated to Form the Character on a Solid Basis and to Insure Respectability and Success of Life. Compiled from the Writings of Franklin, Abbott and Others. Improved Edition. Steubenville J. Trumbull., AI 44-60. 1844. 224 p., [2] leaves of plates. ill., port. ; 13 cm.
    5493
    Emma Mortimer the Cottage Girl. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 44-2212. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 16 cm. Morgan/MWA copy has date on title page and tan wrappers.
    PP has two copies: Copy 1, pink printed wrappers; copy 2, green printed wrappers. Illustrations on back wrappers differ.
    American Antiquarian Society notes: Series title transposed from head of title page.
    Truman's entertaining and instructive toy books.

    THE DATING OF TITLES PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM T. TRUMAN AND HIS SUCCESSORS.

    William T. Truman loved to publish children's books. When he ended his partnership, Truman and Smith (the publisher's of the McGuffey readers) in 1843, he choose to take the children book series and leave the readers to Winthrop B. Smith.
    Truman published two children's series in 1844: Truman's Entertaining Toy Books and Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books. Each title carried the name, William T. Truman, and date, 1844, on both the wrapper and title page. Truman did not live long enough to enjoy publishing his children's series as he died the following year on March 16, 1845 in Cincinnati.
    After his death, William T. Truman's name continues to appear on the wrapper and title page of the children's books but without a date. Who was the publisher? It was his wife, Elizabeth who was active in the book trade as both a book seller and stationer. In 1849, she formed a publishing partnership with Ainsworth R. Spofford. They continued to publish the children's series under their name, Truman and Spofford, with no dates on the wrapper and title page.
    The publication dates for William T. Truman and his successors I suggest are as follows:

    1843-March 1845 William T. Truman's name and date, 1844, printed on wrapper and title page.
    1845, April-1849 William T. Truman's name and no date printed on wrapper and title page. Elizabeth Truman is the publisher.
    1849-1858 Truman and Spofford's name and no date printed on wrapper and title page.

    The above dating works for all the children's titles I have examined. Typographical characteristics are repeated throughout each new publisher indicating that the same plates were used with the date removed and publisher name repeated in the case of William T. Truman by his wife, and Truman and Spofford. In several instances engravings were dropped, replaced, or repeated on the wrappers.
    5641
    Lily of the Valley. A Present from Father. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 44-3803. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. Series: Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books.
    5751
    The Tariff. Martin Van Buren, the People's Friend and Candidate and the True Protector of American Industry...Henry Clay, the Candidate of Politicians and Speculators...Whiggery Exposed. [Columbus Published by Statesman, AI 44-6017. 1844] 8 p. ; 23 cm. Published in Wayne, Ohio the same year. (Morgan 9058)
    5752
    Public Printing. An Expose That Every Honest Man of Every Party Ought to Read. Columbus Ohio Statesman, AI 0. 1844. 6 p. ; 24 cm. At head of title: Ohio statesman. Supplement.
    5760
    Children at Play. Truman's Entertaining Toy Books. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. Henderson, page 45, gives date as ca. 1830. [1844] [1-2], 3, [4], 5-7, [8], 9-11, [12], 13-16 p. ill. ; 11 cm. Series title on wrappers: Truman's Entertaining Toy Books.
    PP copy, green printed, pictorial wrappers.
    Frontispiece wood engraving signed Alexander Anderson.
    Contents: Charles and Samuel -- The little ships -- Harry Watkins -- the butterfly -- Dolls -- The ride -- More plays -- The ramble -- The Wing -- Tea Party -- The hobby horse.
    5761
    Child's Every Day Book with Pictures. Truman's Entertaining Toy Books. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. 1844. 16 p. ill. ; 12 cm. OC copy does not have "with Pictures".
    5886
    Report of the Minority of the Standing Committee on New Counties, Relative to the Erection of the New County of Wyandott. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. Swanson, page 305. 1844] 2 p.
    5957
    Casket of Gems, or Devotional Companion. By a Minister of the Gospel. Springfield Published by Dunlap & Smith, Copyright is by John A. Dunlap, AI 0. 1844.

    6137
    A Baptist Hymn Book Designed Especially for the Regular Baptist Church and All Lovers of Truth; Partly Selected from Approved Authors and Partly Composed by the Compiler, Arranged to Suit All Occasions of Public or Private Worship by Wilson Thompson, Elder R.B.C. Cincinnati I. Hart & Co., Brough, Robinson and Martin, printers, AI 0. 1844. 958 p. ; 12 cm. CLamB (wanting all pages through p. iv).
    Without music.
    Spine title: Thompson's hymns.
    Includes indexes.
    6285
    Whig Melodies. Cincinnati s.n., AI 0. 1844. 64 p. ; 13 cm. Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County notes: Caption title.
    No imprint information on item. "Cin. 1844" written on 1st p. by previous owner.
    Without music. Song lyrics for Whig rallies to be sung to the tune of popular songs such as "Auld Lang Syne" and "Rosin the bow."
    6988
    Child's Budget of Pleasing Poetry. Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. Four illustrations signed: A.A. (i.e. Alexander Anderson); one illustration signed: Mason sc.
    6989
    Pentateuch and the Haphtorath. Cincinnati The American Hebrew Publishing House, AI 0. 1844. 5 v.
    6996
    Young Bible Reader. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 44-6806 (William T. Turner). 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. Morgan copy has date on title page and yellow wrappers.
    Two illustrations signed AA (i.e. Alexander Anderson). Page 11. ALAN - Find other?
    "The Bible."--in verse, p. 24.
    Series: Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books.
    Signatures: [1]/4 1*/8.
    6997
    True Stories with Pretty Pictures. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Bible stories.
    Series title transposed from head of title page.
    In printed wrapper.
    Wood engravings, frontpiece and p. [4] of wrapper, signed, "AA" [i.e., Alexander Anderson].
    Contents: The Wise Men Adoring Christ -- Jesus Blessing Little Children -- Saul of Tarsus Struck Blind -- Jesus Walking on the Sea -- A Net Full of Fishes -- The Crucifixion.
    Series: Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books.
    American Antiquarian Society and Lapidas copies have date 1844.
    No date on Adomeit's copy.
    6998
    William Middleton and His Dog Trim. Cincinnati William T. Truman., Henderson, page 171 (date given as ca. 1845, Truman and Spofford, 1850-1859). 1844 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Series statement at head of title.
    Caption title: William Middleton. Little William and his dog Trim.
    This story was also published in "Short stories. Written by a lady, to amuse a young friend," published by Munroe & Francis.
    Some wood engravings signed "M" (i.e., Abraham John Mason?) and "A.A." (i.e., Alexander Anderson).
    Contents: Little William and his dog Trim -- Tom Hall -- The broken cage -- A cradle hymn.
    Signatures: [A]/8 [B]4,
    Series: Truman's entertaining and instructive toy books.
    This was reissued by Truman and Spofford between 1848 and 1859, (Morgan 10405).
    6999
    Little Bird's Tale. A Present from Aunt. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. Title printed within decorative border; text printed within wavy border of type ornaments.
    In printed wrappers; vignette on back wrapper signed: M.
    Contents: The Little Bird's Tale: A Dream -- The New Dolls -- The Little Blind Girl Led by Her Lamb -- Little Robert -- The Two Children and the Goat Frisky.
    Series: Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books.
    7004
    To Travelers Fare Reduced! Daily Line - No Night Traveling to the Virginia Springs, Lynchburg, Stauton, Richmond, Washington City & Baltimore. Cincinnati Printed by R. P. Donogh, AI 0. 1844. Broadside. ill. ; 53 x 17 cm.
    7194
    Gatling Seed Planting Harrow. Printed at the Coroner's Office. Zanesville
    AI 0. 1844. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    7204
    Robert and Jane. Cincinnati William T. Truman, AI 0. [1844] 16 p. ill. ; 12 cm. Wood engraving on p. [10] signed AA (i.e. Alexander Anderson).
    Contents: Robert and Jane -- Pompey, the Dog -- The Little Dog -- The Sabbath -- Evening Sun [in verse]
    Truman's Entertaining Toy Books.
    7205
    London Daisy; or, Gems in Poetry. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. [between April 1844 and 1849] 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. On dating William T. Truman publications, see notes in Morgan 10230.
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: Ida J. Putnam From Your Teacher H.M. Montague.
    7206
    Little Willy, the Good Boy. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. [1844] 16 p. ill. ; 12 cm. Adomeit: Green wrappers: Truman's Entertaining Toy Books. PP: pink, printed, pictorial wrappers.
    Some illustrations signed: AA (i.e. Alexander Anderson).
    Contents: Little Willy -- Going to School -- Little Charley -- The Poor Man.
    "Truman's Entertaining Toy Books."--series title, p. [1] of printed wrapper.
    7207
    John's Scrap Book. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Stories and verse.
    In printed wrapper.
    Some wood-engravings signed by Alexander Anderson. Illustrations hand-colored.
    Contents: The School Boy's Freaks. [In verse] -- The Cat and the Bird -- Kate and Walter -- How Things are Changed! -- Aunts and Cousins.
    Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books.
    7208
    Pleasing Stories for Pleasant Children. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. Yale copy has 1844 on cover and 1843 on title page. (6/25/2007)
    American Antiquarian Society notes: An account of the life of Christ.
    Some wood engravings variously signed by Alexander Anderson and "M."
    Series: Truman's entertaining and instructive toy books.
    Series statement transposed from head of wrapper title.
    Contents: The Birth of Christ Announced to Mary by an Angel -- Herod's Massacre of Children -- Driving Out the Money Changers -- Christ Asleep in the Storm -- Christ Scoured by the Soldiers -- Christ Bearing His Cross.
    7269
    Katechismus, order Kurzer Inbegriff der Christkatholischen Lehre. German. Cincinnati
    Ott 20. 1844.
    Ott's source is "NUC Pre'56."
    See Morgan 5907.
    7302
    Universalism Weighed in the Balance and Found Wanting. Germantown Wm. R. Rhinehart, AI 0. 1844. 48 p. ; 20 cm.
    7365
    Duffield's Selection of Whig Melodies Dedicated to the Cincinnati Clay Glee Club. Cincinnati Robinson & Jones., AI 0. 1844.

    7457
    The Boy's Own Primer. By a Friend to Youth. Cincinnati W. T. Truman, AI 44-934. 1844. 16 p. ill. ; 11 cm. Publisher's advertisements on back printed wrappers.
    William T. Truman opted for the children's titles, Truman's Entertaining Toy Books Series, when his partnership with William B. Smith dissolved in 1843. Truman and Smith had published this title first in 1836 (Morgan 5514).
    7485
    Landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, Dec 22, 1620. Anniversary Celebration in Cincinnati, on Monday, December 23, 1844. Cincinnati Printed at the Daily Atlas Office, AI 44-3668. 1844. [5] p. ; 20 cm.
    7507
    Paradise Restored: A Poem. [Three lines of quotation from Milton] Cincinnati Printed by R.P. Donogh, Main Street, AI 44-4814. 1844. [1-3], 4-40 p. ; 24 cm. Signatures: [A] - D4.
    7516
    Slave Power. From an Address to the Voters of the Second Congressional District of Ohio.

    AI 44-5659. 1844.

    7695
    John and Ann. Truman's Entertaining Toy Books. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. [between 1843 and 1847?] 16 p. ill. ; 11 cm. Engraved wrappers, title vignette and illustrations.
    Illustration on p. [2] signed AA (i.e. Alexander Anderson).
    Contents: John and Ann -- It Is Spring! It Is Spring! -- Mary's Plum Cake -- The Cat in a Play House -- Little Nanny -- The Storm.
    Series: Truman's Entertaining Toy Books.
    Signature: [A]8.
    7713
    Hurrah. County Rallying Song Written for the Occasion. Song. Reporter Press-Conneaut. [Conneaut
    AI 0. 1844] Broadside. ; 31.5 x 10 cm. Elaborate decorative border with American eagle at top.
    8001
    The Little Girl's Book About Janette Gray. Cincinnati William T. Truman, AI 0. [1844] 16 p. ill. ; 11 cm.
    8088
    A Brief History of Pickaway County, To Accompany Wheeler's Map. [Circleville] Scott & Teesdale's Power Press, AI 0. [1844] 29 p.
    8123
    Kleine Lieder-Sammlung oder Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zion's. Title page in English: A Choice Selection of Hymns, from Various Authors Recommended for the Worship of God. Seventh, enlarged edition. 2 vol. in 1. German. Summer's Platz, bei Poland, Trumbull County, Ohio Printed by Henry Kurtz, AI 0. 1844. 256, 306 p. This probably German part of #4375.
    8241
    Solomon's Scriptural Dialogue on Protracted Meetings, Revivals, Prayer Meetings, Experience Meetings, and Family Worship. Canton, Ohio Printed by John Saxton., AI 0. 1844. 35 p. ; 18.5 cm. Tan wrappers with "American Independence," added before title and "Sixty Eighth Year." added after date all within decorative border.
    Preface dated and signed: A.J. Bennett. Bolivar, May 18, 1844.
    8628
    Martin Van Buren, Henry Clay and James G. Birney, All want to be President, But the question just now is, where can we buy our Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Iron, Nails, Paints & Dye Stuffs, and every thing else that we want the cheapest... Mansfield, Ohio: May 1, 1844. [Mansfield s.n., AI 0. 1844] Broadside. 10.5 x 16". M & S Rare Books: , 11/97, no locate.
    8774
    Picture Primer for Little Children. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. 1844. 24 p. ill. ; 15 cm. Some wood engravings variously signed by Alexander Anderson and "M."
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: Francis Ganahl Lane.
    8912
    Circular of Messrs. Gunckel, Barnett & Larsh. Messrs. Comlys-Herewith you have our replies to the question propounded by several citizens of Dayton, in the Journal of Last Saturday. [10 statements from property taxes to free education for youth] ... H.S. Gunckel, Jos. Barnett, Thos. J. Larsh. March 27. [hand right] The whigs of Montgomery are earnestly desired to remember that Monday April 1, is the day of election, and let all turn out and vote.-Eds. Journal. [Dayton Comlys, Printers., AI 0. 1844?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) Monday April 1 was either 1839, 1844 or 1850, but was probably 1844 as R.N. & W.F. Comly, published from 1842-1844.
    9017
    A New Collection of the Most Approved Social Hymns Now in Common Use; Designed for All Social Religious Meetings. Selected from Watts, Rippons, Wesley, Newton, etc. Cleveland T.H. Smead, AI 0. 1844. 184 p. ; 11 cm.
    9058
    The Tariff. Martin Van Buren, the People's Friend and Candidate and the True Protector of American Industry...Henry Clay, the Candidate of Politicians and Speculators...Whiggery Exposed. [Wayne Wayne Sentinel, AI 0. 1844] 8 p. ; 23 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    At head of title:; Wayne sentinel - Extra
    Published in Columbus the same year. See Morgan 5751.
    9556
    The Indian Queen of Chenango, a Poem in Four Cantos by a Student. Oxford Printed by La F. Leal, AI 0. 1844. 64 p. ; 15 cm.
    9978
    Behold the Man! [Elyria Lorain Republican, AI 0. 1844. 4 p. ; 22 cm. Campaign literature in opposition to Henry Clay.
    10070
    Greiner's Collection of Whig Songs, Calculated for the Meridian of the Buckeye State, and Respectfully Dedicated to the Clay Clubs of 'Old Muskingum'. Columbus Printed by Scott and Teesdale, AI 0. 1844. 60 p. ; 15 cm. On spine: Whig Songs.
    10221
    Tariff & Texas! [Mt. Vernon E.J. Ellis, Printer.,
    1844] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23.25" x 19" with frame.
    51
    The Branded Hand. [Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio Office of the Anti-Slavery Bugle, AI 0. BAL 21740 (Whittier) and 13050 (Lowell). 1845] [1], 34-36 p. 1 ill. ; 22.5 cm. An offprint of the Anti-Slavery Bugle, Salem, Ohio, No. 9 [1845], p. [33]-34, devoted to the story of Jonathan Walker, 1799-1878, who resided in Florida from 1836 to 1841. He moved to Massachusetts because he did not want to raise his children in the "poisonous influence of slavery." In 1844 he returned to Florida and was persuaded to bring several of the blacks formerly in his employ back to Massachusetts and freedom. He was captured, seized, branded S.S.-slave stealer, fined $150.00, and imprisoned for eleven months. James Greenleaf Whittier's poem, "The Branded Hand," Philadelphia, 1845, later collected in "Voices of Freedom," 1846, and James Russell Lowell's, "Lines on Reading of the Capture of Certain Fugitive Slaves near Washington," comprise almost the entire text.
    American Antiquarian Society notes: Caption title. At head of title: No. 9. Read and circulate.
    This is BAL printing B, issue b. On p. [33], 4th line up reads "... Than its traces never yet". On p. 34, line 1 of the final stanza reads "And the tyrants of the slave land ..."
    "The branded hand. By John G. Whittier."--p. [33]-34, in verse.
    "Lines, by James Russell Lowell, on reading of the capture of certain fugitive slaves near Washington."--p. 35-36, in verse.
    "The Anti-slavery bugle is published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio. ... Benjamin S. Jones and J. Elizabeth Hitchcock, editors; Jas. Barnaby, Jr., general agent. Copies of this tract can be had gratis, by applying at the office of the Bugle. ..."--p. 36.
    "Anti-slavery publications. J. Elizabeth Hitchcock has just received, and has now for sale at her boarding house, Sarah Galbreath’s, west end of High Street ..."--p. 36.
    See Morgan 10207 for another edition.
    64
    Bicentenary, of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, Held at Edinburgh, July 12 and 13, 1843. Containing a Full and Authentic Report of the Addresses and Conversations...with Introductory Sermon by Rev. Dr. Symington. Cincinnati J.A. James, AI 45-811. 1845. 258 p. ; 19 cm.
    433
    The Ready Reckoner, or Federal Calculation, Giving the Amount, in Dollars and Cents, of any Number of Articles, from One, to One Thousand, at any Price, from Fourth of a Cent to Ten Dollars: and Equally Applicable to Many Other Species of Calculation, as Is Shown in the Explanation. To Which Are Added Many Useful Tables and Forms. Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James, Walnut Street, between Fourth and Fifth, AI 0. [1845] 128 p. ; 13.5 cm. Signatures: [A]-H/8.
    Advertised in 1849 by J.A. & U.P. James (Morgan 435, p. [178].
    Books advertised on back cover as "published and for sale by for J.A. & U.P. James."
    4642
    Comparison of the Different Routes of the Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati Rail Road. Cleveland Younglove's Steam Power Press., AI 45-2194. 1845. 20 p. ; 21 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Addressed to the directors of the Cleveland and Columbus Rail Road Company by a committee of citizens of Elyria and vicinity.
    Signed, p. 20: A.A. Bliss [and 6 others].
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: H.C. Kingsley.
    5471
    Extracts from the American Slave Code. Second Edition of 10,000. [No. 1] Read and Circulate. [Salem Office of the Anti-Slavery Bugle., AI 0. 1845. [1], 34-36 p. ; 22 cm. Caption title; no imprint.
    American Antiquarian Society notes: "The extracts have been made ... chiefly from authorized editions of the statute books referred to, found in the Philadelphia Law Library."--p. [1].
    Caption title. At head of title: No. 1. Read and circulate.
    Edition statement transposed. Precedes "No. 1" at head of title.
    Imprint from colophon, p. 36.
    Dated from references in text: "Copies of this tract can be had gratis, by applying at the office of the Bugle. Subscriptions to the National A.S. standard, Liberator, Pennsylvania freeman, and Herald of freedom, received at the same place." The National anti-slavery standard began publication in 1840; the Pennsylvania freeman ceased publication in 1854.
    5485
    A Review of the Report Adopted by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in 1845 on the Subject of Slavery by the Session of the Salem Presb. Ch., Ohio. [Greenfield] Printed by J. F. Wright., AI 45-5691. 1845. 16 p. ; 24 cm. "It was adopted by Session, and ordered to be printed."
    Signed on p. 16: Hugh S. Fullerton.
    6437
    The Address and Reply on the Presentation of a Testimonial to S.P. Chase, by the Colored People of Cincinnati with Some Account of the Case of Samuel Watson. Cincinnati Henry W. Derby & Co., AI 45-64. 1845. 35, [1] p. ; 23 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Includes an address by A.J. Gordon and an account of the case of Samuel Watson, and escaped slave, for whom Chase acted as counsel.
    Cover title: The Address and reply, on the presentation of a testimonial to S.P. Chase, by the colored people of Cincinnati.
    Imprint from cover.
    "A.G. Sparhawk, printer."--verso of half-title.
    "Note--the benediction, at the close of the presentation, was pronounced by the Rev. W. Reynolds; not by the Rev. Mr. Satchell, as erroneously stated on page 11.--Ed."--p. [36].
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: Hon. Joel Parker, Keene, N.H., with the respects of his friend, S.P. Chase.
    6698
    The Family Gem, and Literary Kaleidoscope. Cincinnati H.C. Phillips, Thomas Durham, etc., AI 0. 1845. 280 p. ill. ; 24 cm.
    6892
    What is the True Doctrine Concerning the Second Coming of the Lord? Cincinnati New Church Tract Society, AI 0. 1845. 4 p. ; 19 cm. Cincinnati Series: No. 5.
    6894
    Who Is the Proper Object of Religious Worship? Cincinnati New Church Tract Society, AI 0. 1845. 4 p. ; 19 cm. Cincinnati series: no. 4;
    6895
    What New and Important Truths did Emanuel Swedenborg Reveal? Cincinnati New Church Tract Society, AI 0. 1845. 4 p. ; 19 cm. Cincinnati Series: No. 2.
    7844
    Stories of Voyages. Being Authentic Narratives of the Most Celebrated Voyages from Columbus to Parry with Accounts of Remarkable Shipwrecks and Naval Adventures. Dayton D.W. Noble., AI 45-6169. 1845. vi, 288 p. illus. 15 cm.
    8046
    Life and Age of Man...set forth in an Alphabetical Poem. Akron, Ohio H. Canfield, Wessen, 42(November 1948), #3. 1845. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8054
    To All Whom it may Concern. At a meeting of the Settlers on the public Lands held at the house of Thomas Henton. Re: appeal Congress for the relief of settlers on the Miami...W. M. Scott, W. Clark, E. Charpie, Com. of Arrangements. Miami county, Sept. 26, 1845. Miami County
    AI 0. 1845. Broadside. 23.5 x 27 cm.
    8126
    Music! Music! To the Ladies and Gentlemen of Delaware. Delaware Delaware Auger and Bore Office Print., Wessen, 72(July 1958), #431. (Miller bought). 1845. 1 sheet ([1] p.) A.S. Ebersole who is mentioned? was professor of music at Ohio Wesleyan University.
    8217
    Naval Depot on Lake Erie. The undersigned ask the consideration of Congress, and such officers of the general government as have the subject under their charge, to the following reasons why Sandusky Bay, in the state of Ohio, should be preferred above all other points, as a naval depot on Lake Erie. ... [Sandusky s.n., AI 0. 1845] [2] leaves. 1 map. ; 25 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Title from caption and opening first lines of text. Signed: Jno. G. Camp [and fifty-five others].
    Followed on leaf [2] by a map of the area around Sandusky, Ohio, and description of the "inexhaustible" deposits of bituminous coal and iron ore in the Muskingum Valley.
    American Antiquarian Society copy is annotated in a contemporary hand: Com. on naval depot on L. Erie 1845.
    Signatures: [A]2 ([A]1 recto, [A]2 verso blank).
    Western Reserve Historical Society Broadside Collection: O.1797.
    8415
    Himmlisches Palmgartlein; oder Messbuchlein. Cincinnati L. Meyer and Company, AI 45-3175. 1845.

    8881
    Himmlisches Palmgartlein, oder Wessbuchlein, benthaltend Morgen-, Abend- und Messandacht, Vesper-, Beicht- und Kommuniongebete, nebst Beichtspiegel, Litaneien und andern Gebeten, wie auch die Weise, bei der heil. Messe zu dienen. Mit Genehmigung der geistlichen Obern. Cincinnati Bei L. Meyer & Co., AI 45-3175. 1845. 192, 48 p. ill. ; 11 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: "Anhang," including, "Sonnatagliche Vesper, oder Nachmittagiger Gottesdienst," "Kirchengesange," and Ordnung und Weise," p. [1]-45, second count.
    "Register,"--p. 46-48, second count.
    9516
    Political Text Book: Containing: 1. The Declaration of Independence. 2. The Articles of Confederation. 3. Constitution of the United States. 4. Washington's Farewell Address. Cincinnati J.A. James, AI 0. 1845. 120 p. ; 32 mo. (3 5/8" x 2 1/2") Advertised for sale: 7/17/02, Hurley Books, Inc., Westmoreland, NH.
    9904
    Library of General Knowledge Containing Accounts of Adventures Among the Indians by Early Settlers of the West, Indian Wars, History, Biography, Travels, Natural History, Geography, Agriculture, Botany, Rural Economy, Fine Arts, Useful Arts, Natural Sciences, Poetry, Miscellaneous Reading, a Fine Collection of Music, &c. &c. the Whole Illustrated with Several Hundred Fine Engravings and Maps Made Expressly for This Work. Cincinnati J.A. James, AI 0. 1845. viii, 552 p. ill., maps, music ; 27 cm.
    10015
    Notes in Favor of Free Banking, in Ohio, by "A Man for the Times." Columbus s.n.,
    1845. 19 p. ; 22 cm. See also, Notes on free banking, as published in the Ohio State Journals, December and January, 1844-45.
    10067
    Notes on Free Banking, as Published in the Ohio State Journal, December and January, 1844-'45. [Columbus s.n., AI 0. 1845] 19 p.
    10207
    The Branded Hand. [Salem, Ohio Office of the Anti-Slavery Bugle,
    1845?] [1], 34-36 p. 1 ill. ; 23 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Caption title. At head of title: No. 9. Read and circulate.
    This issue not described in BAL. It conforms to BAL printing A in that on p. [33], 4th line up reads "... Than it traces never yet" and p. 34, line 1 of the final stanza reads "And the tyrant’s of the slave-land ..." It has, however, the Salem, Ohio, advertisements as described in BAL printing B, issue b.
    "The branded hand. By John G. Whittier."--p. [33]-34, in verse.
    "Lines, by James Russell Lowell, on reading of the capture of certain fugitive slaves near Washington."--p. 35-36, in verse.
    "The Anti-slavery bugle is published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio. ... Benjamin S. Jones and J. Elizabeth Hitchcock, editors; Jas. Barnaby, general agent. Copies of this tract can be had gratis, by applying at the office of the Bugle. ..."--p. 36.
    "Anti-slavery publications. J. Elizabeth Hitchcock has just received, and has now for sale at her boarding house, Sarah Galbreath’s, west end of High Street ..."--p. 36.
    See Morgan 51 for another edition.
    10230
    Emma Mortimer the Cottage Girl. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. [between April 1845 and 1849] 24 p. ill. ; 16 cm. Series: Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books.
    The dating of the titles in "Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Book" series is confusing. This is due, in large part, to the use of his name after his death by his wife.
    William T. Truman died on March 16, 1845 in Cincinnati. He published his editions with the date on the title page. After his death, Elizabeth D. Truman, his wife, who was active in the publishing business, continued to publish the popular children's books series from the same stereotype plates under her husband's name but with no publication date on the title pages. In 1849, she joined Spofford and formed the publishing house of Truman and Spofford. Truman and Spofford continued to publish the popular titles in the "Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books" series without dates. See, Morgan 10231.
    In summary: When a title in the "Truman's Entertaining and Instructive Toy Books" series has the date on the title page with the name William T. Truman, it was published by William T. Truman between the year 1843 when he dissolved his partnership with Winthrop B. Smith under the name Truman and Smith, and his death in 1845.
    When a title has no date and the name William T. Truman, the publisher is his wife, who published from April 1845 to 1849.
    When a title has no date and the name Truman and Spofford, it is the publishing firm of Truman and Spofford beginning in 1849.
    In printed wrapper.
    Series title transposed from head of title page.
    10344
    Rates of freight and passage established on the Cincinnati and Louisville U.S. Ma[il], Daily Line. rates of passage..rates of freight...Strader & Gorman, proprietors. Cincinnati, Nov. 1, 1845. {Cincinnati Printed at Daily Ohio Union Office.,
    1845] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 cm.
    10411
    Circular to the ministers and members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in the Ohio and North Ohio Conferences. [Delaware s.n.,
    1845] [2] p. xx cm. Signed on p. 20 [i.e. 2]: Rev. Herman M. Johnson, Rev. Solomon Howard, and William G. Williams.
    10430
    Lily of the Valley. A Present from Father. Cincinnati William T. Truman., AI 0. [after March 1845-1849] 24 p. Ill. ; 16 cm. Truman’s entertaining and instructive toy books.
    Notes: William Truman is listed in Cincinnati directories as an individual publisher in 1843 and 1844. Another issued published by Truman (Checklist Amer. imprints 44-38-3, Morgan 5641) has imprint date 1844.
    Series statement at head of title.
    4030
    The A.B.C. Book with Pictures of Birds. Chagrin Falls D. Birchard., AI 0. 1846. 12+ p. ill. ; 10 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: American Antiquarian Society copy is a fragment, consisting of cover title, p. 5-12, and rear cover. Covers printed in red.
    4755
    The Second Coming of the Lord, and the Descent of the New Jerusalem; Regeneration, and the Atonement, Sacrifice, and Mediation of Jesus Christ. (A reprint of three tracts in one). [St. Clairsville] Willliam Brown, Printer., AI 0. 1846. 48 p. ; 18 cm.
    4761
    Traveller's Register, and River and Boat Guide: Containing a New and Correct Map of the Rivers of the Mississippi Valley; Together with the Stage, Steamboat, Canal and Rail-Road Routes throughout the Western and South Western States, with the Distances, in Miles, from Place to Place. Cincinnati Robinson & Jones., AI 0. Drake 9330. 1846. [80] p., [1] folded leaf of plates 1 map ; 14 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Map engraved by E.O. Reed, Cincinnati. Copyright 1846 by Robinson & Jones.
    Another edition (Morgan 9525) issued without almanac and memoranda pages.
    "Stereotyped by J.A. James. Printed by J.A. Robinson & Co."--verso of title page.
    Includes almanac and memoranda pages, p. [20-72].
    Publishers' advertisements, p. [73-80].
    Local Note(s): American Antiquarian Society copy map hand-colored. Has bookplate of Thomas Winthrop Streeter. Some memoranda pages have been filled in.
    4763
    The Universal Picture Library Containing Valuable Papers on Various Subjects Comprising Natural History, Natural Sciences, Agriculture, Rural Economy, Biography, Fine Arts, the Orientals, Travels, Geography, Botany, Poetry, Miscellaneous Reading, etc. Embellished with Over Five Hundred Engravings. Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James., AI 46-7203. 1846. 638 p. ill. ; 27 cm.
    5461
    The Oberlin Social and Sabbath School Hymn Book. Oberlin James M. Fitch, AI 0. 1846. 179 p. Later published under titles: The social and Sabbath school hymn book, and Hymns for social worship.
    This first edition of George Allen social and sabbath?
    5762
    Pictures of Birds and Beasts. Chagrin Falls D. Birchard., AI 46-5711. 1846. 16 p.
    5771
    Pictures of Animals. Chagrin Falls, Ohio D [sic] Birchard, AI 0. 1846. 16 p. ill. ; 10 cm. American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: M. J. Leland book, Huntsburgh Granger Co., Ohio.
    6417
    Die Deutsche Bevolkerung der Vereinigten Staaten, ihre Gegegenwart [sic] und Zukunft, den Freunden des Deutschen Volkes gewidmet vom Verfasser. Cincinnati Verlag von Eggers und Wulkop., AI 46-2088. Ott 25. 1846. 15 p. ; 20 cm.
    6423
    The Adopted: A Tale of the West. Youths' Western Library, No. 1. Cincinnati C. Cropper., AI 0. 1846. 128 p. ; 4.5 cm. Series: Youths' Western library, no. 1.
    Philip of Mount Hope on pp. [116]-128.
    7371
    Remarks upon Mr. Roebling's Plan & Report for a Wire Suspension Bridge, Proposed to be Erected over the Ohio River. Cincinnati s.n., AI 46-5993. 1846. 18 p. [2] leaves of plates (folded). illus. ; 21 cm.
    8037
    Unparalleled Recipes for the Cure of Some of the Most Dreadful Diseases That Flesh Is Subject To. Dayton Published by D. Detrick, City Box Store Print.,
    1846. 16 p. ; 17.5 cm.
    8058
    Young Ornithologist. No. 1. Parrots. Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James, AI 0. 1846. 36 p. illus. (part col.); 20 cm.
    8203
    Christian Hymn Book. Springfield Gospel Herald., AI 46-1516. 1846.

    8446
    Deutscher Lese- und Bildungsverein. Katalog... Cincinnati
    Singerman 2595. 1846.
    Singerman 2595. Cf. Robert E. Cazden, A Social History of the German Book Trade in America to the Civil War (Columbia, SC, 1984) pp. 136 and 153, note 52, based on a notice in Volksblatt (Cincinnati), March 11, 1846.
    8541
    Important news!!! : Late election returns!!!! A slip from New York, by this morning's mail, gives the following returns from the election for the sheriffalty in Clark County. ... [Clark County s.n., AI 0. 1846] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 14 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: A satirical return on various local Whig, Liberty Party and Locofoco candidates who are receiving thousands of votes from all over the country.
    "Forwarded by the politness of Kittbullard & Co., Noodletoosey, August 32d, '46."
    Printed area measures 31.4 x 9.8 cm.
    8668
    Hoch Deutschen Reformirten Kirche, Deutschen Synode, Ohio. Verhandlungen. Canton
    AI 46-3366. 1846.

    8672
    Keen vs. Mould.... Zanesville
    AI 46-3846 1846.

    8676
    Library of American History; Containing Selections, from the Best Authors, on American History, Biography, Travels, Commerce, Statistics, Indians, Revolutionary Battles, Etc,. Etc., Etc. Also; Anecdotes, Poetry, and Miscellaneous Articles. From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. Illustrated with More than Five Hundred Engravings. Cincinnati J.A. and U.P. James, Walnut Street, between Fourth and Fifth., AI 46-4092. 1846. 639, bv p. ; "Books Published and For Sale by J.A. James, Cincinnati, Ohio."--p. [iii].
    Advertised as "Published and for sale by J.A. & U.P. James, Walnut Street between Fourth and Fifth, Cincinnati." (Morgan 433, back cover)
    8683
    Objections to the Claims of Swedenborg Examined and Refuted. A Reprint from Tract No. V. St. Clairsville Printed by William Brown., AI 46-5352. 1846. 16 p.
    8908
    The Trial, Conviction and Sentence of Henry Thomas, Together with His Confession in Relation to the Murder of Frederick Edwards, Made by Him to a Fellow-Prisoner. Chillicothe Armstrong & Bates, Printers., AI 0. McDade 978. 1846. 23 p. ; 19 cm.
    8944
    Primitive Christianity, for Two Hundred Years. From the Writings of the Fathers. Cleveland, O. Printed by Smead & Cowles, Central Buildings., AI 0. 1846. 24 p. ; 19 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Cover title.
    Caption title: The domestic, social and moral character of the primitive christians.
    "The following compilations are made from Jamieson, and from an article by Prof. Stowe, in the Biblical repository for July, 1840..."--p. [1].
    "The foregoing extract from Coleman, exhibits 'pure religion' in such a scriptural and holy light, that I am constrained to republish it in this form for more general circulation, reading and imitation. Let all who wish it revived, aid in the work, and practice the same. D.I. Robinson. N.B. We design soon to publish a 'Catalogue of Christian duty,' a Scripture ministry, and Scripture motives to Christian duty. D.I.R."--p. [4] of wrapper.
    9323
    Young Bible Reader. Cincinnati William T. Truman.,
    [between 1846 and 1849] 24 p. : ill. ; 15 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Series: Truman’s entertaining and instructive toy books.
    Notes: Bible stories.
    Series title transposed from head of title page.
    Morgan notes: William Truman was an active Cincinnati publisher from 1834, Truman and Smith, until his death oin March 1845. Several children's books were published in 1844 with the date on the title page and cover. After his death, many of these titles were published under his name but without the date printed on either the title page or cover. Elizabeth D. Truman, his wife, most like published these popular titles under her husband's name and with no date. She published many of these titles again after 1850 when she joined Ainsworth Spofford and formed Truman and Spofford. This title was one such title printed by that firm. (Morgan 5442)
    In printed wrapper.
    Some wood engravings signed by Alexander Anderson.
    "The Bible"--in verse, p. 24.
    9525
    The Traveller's Register and River and Boat Guide: Containing a New and Correct Map of the Rivers of the Mississippi Valley; Together with the Stage, Steamboat, Canal and Rail-Road Routes throughout the Western and South Western States, with the Distances, in Miles, from Place to Place. Cincinnati Robinson & Jones, 109 Main Street, between 3d & 4th Streets., AI 0. 1846. [24] p., [1] folded leaf of plates 1 map ; 14 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Cover title on paper label: The rivers of the Mississippi Valley and tourist's western guide.
    Map engraved by E.O. Reed, Cincinnati. Copyright 1846 by Robinson & Jones.
    Another edition (Morgan 4761) contains an almanac and memoranda pages.
    "Stereotyped by J.A. James. Printed by J.A. Robinson & Co."--verso of title page.
    Publishers' advertisements, p. [19-24].
    Local Note(s): American Antiquarian Society copy map hand-colored. Has bookplate of Thomas Winthrop Streeter.
    9929
    The Ready Reckoner, or Federal Calculator ... Cincinnati U.P. James, AI 0. 1846 128 p. Tables.
    10072
    The Family Manual, Containing Things Worth Knowing. 18th Stereotype Ed. Columbus M.F. Gates, AI 0. 1846. 32 p. ; 22 cm.
    10244
    Hymns for Sunday-School. Selected from Various Authors. [Four lines of verse] Cincinnati Published by L. Swormsted & J.T. Mitchell, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Book Concern, Corner of Main and Eighth-Streets. R.P. Thompson, Printer.,
    1846, 208 p. ; 12 cm.
    10364
    County meeting! To the citizens of Brown County … a committee to call a general meeting of the citizens of the county, to be held at Georgetown … January 2nd, 1847 … [Georgetown s.n., AI 0. 1846] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 29 x 20 cm. Signed and dated: P.J. Buckner, Jas. Loudon [and others], Committee. Dec. 30th, 1846.
    General meeting called to arrange for removal of the remains of Gen. Thomas L. Hamer to Brown County.
    10368
    Developments of Protestantism. [Three lines from Matthews] Cincinnati: Published at the Catholic Press by Conahan & Brother.,
    [1844-1848] 70, 1 l. p. ; 22 cm.
    10424
    Books published and offered to the trade by Jacob Ernst, 183 Main Street, Cincinnati. [Cincinnati Published by Jacob Ernst, No. 183 Main Street.,
    between February 1846 through November 1851] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 23 x 18 cm.
    189
    Hymns for Sunday Schools. Selected from Various Authors. [Four lines of quotation] Cincinnati Published by L. Swormstedt & J.T. Mitchell, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Book Concern, Corner of Main and Eighth-Streets. R.P. Thompson, Printer.,
    1847. 208 p. ; 11.5 cm. Preface dated, p. 4: New-York, August 4, 1841.
    "Index."--p. 199-208.
    217
    Every Body's Own Book, A Valuable Selection of Curious and Odd Things in Arts, Sciences, Statistics, Receipts &c. &c. Dayton Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    [1847]
    Advertised in M'Clung, SKETCHES OF WESTERN ADVENTURE as "Books Published By" and "Half mo. 50 cents."
    218
    Bible Prayer Book. Dayton Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    [1847?]
    Advertisement in M'Clung, SKETCHES OF WESTERN ADVENTURE noting "It contains also a beautiful representation of Washington kneeling in Prayer, in a Grove, near his winter quarters, at Valley Forge."
    219
    Pocket Testament. Dayton Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    [1847?]
    Advertisement in M'Clung, SKETCHES OF WESTERN ADVENTURE as "Books Published By."
    220
    A Guide to Cabinet Makers, Polishers of Wood. Dayton Ells, Claflin, & Co.,
    1847?
    Advertisement in M'Clung, SKETCHES OF WESTERN ADVENTURE as "Books Published By" and noting that "This is a reprint from an English work of great value."
    221
    The Methodist Campmeeting Song Book. Dayton Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    1847? 66 p. Advertised in M'Clung, SKETCHES OF WESTERN ADVENTURE as "Books Published By" and as "the cheapest thing of the kind offered to the trade. 66 pp. paper cover printed 12 cts."
    222
    Manual of Domestic Economy. Dayton Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    [1847?] 156 p. Advertised in M'Clung, SKETCHES OF WESTERN ADVENTURE as "Books Published By" and "156 pp. mo. paper covers printed 30 cts." and as "Some of the Recipes, of this Book have been hitherto kept a secret, or only sold at enormous high prices."
    223
    Shorter Catechism. Dayton Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    [1847?]
    Advertised in M'Clung, SKETCHES OF WESTERN ADVENTURE as "Books Published By" and as "This is the cheapest edition extant. 4cts."
    4813
    Incidents and Sketches Connected with the Early History and Settlement of the West. Cincinnati Published by J.A. & U.P. James, Thomson 635. 1847. 72 p. ill. ; 27 cm.
    4831
    The Pearl, A Collection of Choice Tales. By Thomas Moore, Esq., Mrs. S.C. Hall; T.S. Arthur; Charles Lamb; Miss Mitford; T.C. Crocker. Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James.,
    1847. 2 p. l., 107 p. ; 22 cm.
    4835
    Prospectus Showing the Cost and Comparative Revenue of a Line of Telegraph, Connecting New York City, via Mobile, with New Orleans. Cincinnati Printed by Gerard, Day and Company.,
    1847. 12 p. ; 16.5 cm. Southern line, p. 3-6.
    Western Telegraph Company, Western line, signed: Eliphalet Case, p. 7-12.
    4858
    Trial of the Rev. William Gilmore for Adultery before the Session of the Tabernacle Presbyterian Church of Cincinnati. Columbus From J.M. Kinney's Periodical Depot.,
    1847. 24 p. ; 23.5 cm. The copy at MH-L reads: Cincinnati, Sold by all news vendors, 1847.
    5581
    To Mexico! [Eagle] Land & Money. Re: Raising troops and their pay for Mexican War. Edward A. King, Captain. Dayton, April 5, 1847. Dayton

    1847. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5595
    The Traveller's Register, and River and Road Guide: Containing a New and Correct Map of the Rivers of the Mississippi Valley. Cincinnati Published by Robinson & Jones, Graff 4183. 1847. [1-72] p. ; 13 cm. Newberry Library notes: Cover title: Traveler's register and western guide.
    "Almanac, for 1847": p. [19]-[67] with blank "Memoranda" for each month.
    Map: Rivers of the Mississippi valley, or, Tourist's guide. Published by Robinson & Jones. Cincinnati. 1847. Engd. by E.O. Reed Cin[cinna]ti.
    Includes ms. notes of Z. Allen on the route of Mr. and Mrs. Z. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. James Arnold of New Bedford, Mass. west in 1847-1848.
    Forms part of the Everett D. Graff Collection of Western Americana at the Newberry Library.
    6402
    The Gem. Cincinnati Published by J.A. & U.P. James.,
    1847. 324 p. ill. ; 24 cm. Advertised "The Gem., Illistrated. Octavo." as "Published and for sale by J.A. & U.P. James, Walnut Street between Fourth and Fifth, Cincinnati." (Morgan 433, back cover)
    6662
    Library of American History; Containing Selections from the Best Authors of American History, Biography, Travels, Commerce, Statistics, Indians, Revolutionary Battles, etc., etc., etc. from the Earliest Period to the Present Time; Illustrated with More than Five Hundred Engravings. Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James,
    1847. x, 640 p. ill. ; 27 cm. Wessen, 28, sold copy to Graff and said ca. 1850?
    7945
    For the Farmers of Ohio. The Farmer's Own Paper, etc. Columbus

    1847. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    8176
    The Western Primer, Ornamented with Engravings. Columbus Published by E. Glover.,
    1847. 35, [1] p. ill. ; 14.5 cm. First and last pages pasted to printed wrappers.
    Last page blank?
    8418
    A B C und Erstes Lesenbuch fur Christliche Schulen. Cincinnati Verlegt von Swormstedt & Mitchell, Mainstrasse No. 311,
    1847. 48 p. ; 14 cm.
    8464
    Hymns for Sunday Schools. Designed Also for the Use in Families and Maternal Societies. Hudson s.n.,
    1847. 72 p. ; 11.5 cm. Brown wrappers with "Hudson, Ohio. 1847." printed.
    8945
    Address to the People of Franklin County and City of Columbus, on the Subject of Railroads, by the Committee Appointed at a Public Meeting Held in Columbus, March 3, '47. [Columbus] S. Medary, Printer.,
    1847 13, bv p. ; 22 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Signed on p. 13: R. Ridgway, Jr. [and eleven others].
    Samuel Medary was a printer in Columbus, Ohio at this time.
    9660
    Extracts from the Minutes of Ohio Yearly Meeting. Mountpleasant
    Rieger 4520. 1847. 8 p. ; 7 5/16" x 4 3/8".
    9664
    The United States songster. A choice selection of about one hundred and seventy of the most popular songs: including nearly all the songs contained in the American songster. As sung by Miss C. Fisher, Miss Rock, Mrs. Knight, Miss Gillinghams, Miss George, Miss Kelly, Miss Peaton, Miss Free, Sen'a. Garcia, Miss Jefferson, Miss Stephens, Mrs. Sloman, Mrs. Austin, Miss Petrie, Mrs. French, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Barnes, Mr. Wood, Mr. Cowell, Master Cowell, Mr. Sloman, Mr. Keene, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. Horn, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Pearman, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Braham, Mr. Nicholls, Mr. Eberle, Mr. Hyle, Mr. Incledon, Mr. A. Drake. To which is added The pizing sarpent, Settin on a rail; Jim Brown, and a number of new and original songs, written expressly for this work. Cincinnati Published by J.A. & U.P. James,
    1847. 223, bv p. ; 14 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Includes music (shape-note notation) to one song.
    One wood-engraved illustration signed: D & M. sc. [Doolittle & Munson]
    Title index, p. 219-233.
    Without music except for The racoon hunt, or Settin on a rail.
    9713
    The New Popular Forget-Me-Not Songster Containing the Most Choice Collection of Ballad Songs, Ever Sung by Any Harmonists, with the Choicest Negro Melodies, & Christie's New Songs. Cincinnati U.P. James,
    1847. 144 p. ; 12 cm. Brown University notes: Without music.
    Running title: Popular songs.
    Probable publication not before 1847 based on contents.
    Contains indexes.
    10093
    Important from Mexico!! Determination of the Mexicans to prosecute the war!! The Church in favor of it. Loan of $5,000,000 by the Archbishop to Santa Anna and his government!!! [Chillicothe Advertiser, AI 0. 1847] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 24 x 15 cm. Advertiser extra of April 20, 1847.
    10094
    Glorious news! Highly important from Vera Cruz! Surrender of the city, and of the castle of San Juan de Ulloa! American loss, 17 killed, and 28 wounded. Chillicothe Advertiser, AI 0. [1847] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 x 16 cm. Advertiser extra of April 12, 1847.
    10167
    Reid's New English Dictionary. [Cincinnati Derby, Bradley & Co.,
    1847] 564 pages, sheep ; 12 mo. No copy located. Title not located in any of the major and/or local databases.
    Advertised as "published by and for sale by Derby, Bradley & Co.", in 1847 for 1.00. (Morgan 4820, p. 56)
    10223
    Torch-Light, Extra. Monday, April 12, 12 o'clock, M. Capture of Vera Cruz. ... [Xenia Torch-Light, Cowan Auctions, Cincinnati, 2005. 1847] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 6.5" x 19". Text in two columns under heading.
    Details the siege of Vera Cruz from about March 22 to April 3, 1847. The focus is on the navy and the so-called "Mosquito Fleet."
    10224
    To the Friends of Free Territory. The undersigned Whig citizens of Massillon, having learned with deep regret, that the Convention assembled at Philadelphia, has nominated for the Chief Magistracy of this nation, Gen. Zachary Taylor, of Louisiana: A man whose sectional position and declartions [sic.] upon all the great subjects composing the Whig platform, and whose studied silence upon the great principle of the Ordinance of '87, embracing the only important issue, whether any Territory that now is or that may hereafter become the property of the U.S. shall remain the home of freemen, or shall be contaminated with the foul blood of Slavery.--- ... [Four columns of names] [Massillon s.n., Cowan Auctions, Cincinnati, 2005. 1847] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12" x 9".
    10245
    A Baptist hymn-book, : designed especially for the regular Baptist Church, and all lovers of truth. : Partly selected from approved authors, and partly composed by the compiler. : Arranged to suit all occasions of public or private worship. / By Wilson Thompson, elder B.C. ; [One line from David] Cincinnati
    Cincinnati
    E. Shepard, Stereotyper and Printer.,
    1847. 719 p. ; 12 cm.
    10414
    The United States' Spelling-Book, with Appropriate Reading Lessons: Being an Easy Standard for Spelling, Reading and Pronouncing the English Language, According to the Rules Established by John Walker, in the Critical Pronouncing Dictionary. By Sundry Experienced Teachers. [Two lines of quotation from Humphreys.] Steubenville, Ohio Published by Thompson Hanna; at the Clinton Paper Mill.
    1847. [1-7], 8-144 p. ; xx cm. Signatures: [A]/6 B B2 - M/2 M2/4.
    26
    Stories of Voyages. Being Authentic Narratives of the Most Celebrated Voyages from Columbus to Parry, with Accounts of Remarkable Shipwrecks and Naval Adventures Designed to Interest the Young in the Study of Geography. Dayton Published by Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    1848. [i-iii], iv, [v], vi, [7]-288 p. ill. ; 17 cm. "Contents."--p. [v]-vi.
    Signatures: [1] 1* -- 24/2 24*/4. (6 not printed)
    214
    The Letter Writer's Own Book. On Love, Education, and Business; Containing Rules for Letter Writing, Directing Letters, Using Capital Letters,--A Complete System of Punctuation. A Dictionary of Classical Words and Phrases. Erroneous Sentences Corrected, &c. &c. Dayton Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    [1848] xxx, [15]-224 p., 7l. ; 14 cm. Source: Advertisement in Gass, LEWIS AND CLARK'S JOURNAL, P. [239], "42 cts."
    3880
    English-German A B C Picture Book. Cincinnati Eggers & Co. Publishers.,
    [1848] 4 ll. col. ill. ; 17 cm. Each page bears three illustrations with accompanying letters of the alphabet and words in English and German.
    4727
    Conditions. The Library of general knowledge will contain between two and three hundred large royal double column octavo pages, printed on good paper ... the whole work ... will be delivered to subscribers when a sufficient number of names are obtained, at $2,75, payable upon delivery. ... [Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James,
    1848] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 19 cm. J.A. and U.P. James published the 248 page 1850 edition. (Morgan 4209)
    4868
    Base Deception. Look to your tickets. Re: spurious election tickets. Oct. 9, 1848. S. Foljambe. Ravenna

    1848. 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4871
    Beelzebub's Cattle Show. A Dream. Anti-Free Soil Satirical verse. Columbus
    Wessen, 82(Oct. 7, 1961), #309. 1848. 1 sheet ([1] p.) Wessen: Anti-Free Soil satirical verse, referring to the Townshend and Morse deal, which resulted in the election of Salmon P. Chase to the U.S. Senate.
    4914
    Lesebuch, oder Sammlung von Leseubungen fur die untern Klassen der Deutschen Schulen. Cincinnati Druckt und Verlag Kreuzburg u. Nurre, Ott 38. 1848. 106, [2] p. ill. ; 15 cm.
    4915
    The Letter-Writer's Own Book: on Love, Education, and Business. Containing Rules for Letter Writing; Rules for Directing Letters; Rules for Using Capitals; a Complete System of Punctuation; a Dictionary of Classical Words and Phrases; Erroneous Sentences Corrected; and Letters on Various Subjects. Stereotype Edition. Dayton, O. Ells, Claflin & Co.,
    1848. 192 p. 14 cm.
    4927
    The New Negro Forget-Me-Not Songster: Containing all the New Negro Songs Ever Published, with a Choice of Ballad Songs, now Sung in Concerts. Cincinnati Stratton & Bernard, 121 Main St.,
    1848. 165, [3]-121, [3] p. ; 12 cm. RPB notes: Without music.
    Running title: Popular songs.
    4941
    Reasons for Voting the Liberty Ticket. Hamilton County Freeman's Ticket. Senator Charles Cheney. [Cincinnati

    1848] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    4955
    Letter to Thomas Bakewell, Esq., President of the Pittsburgh Board of Trade on the Subject of Connecting Pittsburgh & Philadelphia with Cincinnati and the Great West. By a Committee from Steubenville, Ohio. October, 1848. Steubenville Printed by R.C. Wilson, Steubenville, O., Rieger no number. [1848] 24 p. ; 22 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Cover title.
    Signed on p. 23: Jno. Andrews [and four others] Committee.
    American Antiquarian Society copy has wax seals with letters written on them Inscribed: From W. Robinson, Jr. I. Lanick, Esq. Wooster.
    4957
    Title of M. St. Clair Clarke and Thomas Quantrill, to Certain Lands in the State of Kentucky. Cincinnati
    Reese, Cat. 102, #228. 1848.

    5183
    Giddings will speak at Ravenna, on Wednesday next at 10 o'clock P.M. and no mistake. Mr. Giddings is now here. By an unlucky blunder in his appointments he was prevented from being here on Saturday. To repair the error as far as possible, he will address the people of the County on Wednesday. Once more unto the breach! Free Soilers, be not discourage. Turn out, and hear this faithful and devoted champion of our cause. He will have something to say that will animate the hearts, and cheer and encourage the hopes of Free Soilers. Come on then, friends, let not the disappointment of Saturday dampen your ardor. [Twenty four names listed] Ravenna, Monday Morning, Oct. 30th. 1848. [Ravenna s.n.,
    1848] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 42.5 x 27.5 cm. Printed area measures 40.1 x 24.7 cm.
    5184
    Portage Co. People's Convention. No more Dictation! [Ravenna s.n.,
    1848] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 42.5 x 27.5 cm. Printed area measures 40.8 x 24.5 cm.
    A call for those "who prefer Freedom to Slavery, Free territory to Slaveterritory [sic], who would not bring free labor into degrading competition with Slave labor, to meet in convention at the Court-house in Ravenna on Friday, the 16th inst., at one o'clock ..." Sixty three signatures were affixed to the bottom.
    5207
    Free Soil ticket ... for president, M. Van Buren, of New York. For vice-president, Charles F. Adams, of Massachusetts. Platform: whereas we have assembled in Convention as a union of freemen ... resolved. That we inscribe on our banner, "FREE SOIL, FREE SPEECH, FREE LABOR, and FREE MEN ... until a triumphant victory shall reward our exertions. Cincinnati Morning Herald Office Print.,
    1848 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 60 x 47 cm.
    5211
    Rough and Ready Festival. In honor of the election of Taylor & Fillmore...at the Collins' House in Ravenna, Nov. 16, 1848. [Ravenna s.n.,
    1848] 1 sheet ([1] p.)
    5314
    Evangelical Preacher. Zanesville
    Schneider. 1848.

    5369
    Kleine Lieder-Sammlung, oder, Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions. 7th ed.? German. Poland Heinrich Kurtz,
    1848. 255 p. ; 11 cm. Bound with: A choice selection of hymns.
    5372
    A Choice Selection of Hymns: From Various Authors, Recommended for the Worship of God. Stereotyped. Poland Henry Kurtz,
    1848. 320 p. ; 11 cm. With: Die Kleine Lieder-Sammlung, oder, Auszug aus dem Psalterspiel der Kinder Zions. Poland, Ohio: Henrich Kurtz, 1848.
    5504
    The First Book of Spelling and Reading Lessons; Comp. from Several Instructive Works, Designed for Catholic Schools. Cincinnati L. Meyer & Co.,
    1848. 112 p. ; 16 cm.
    5694
    The Laws of Good Breeding, or the Science of Etiquette, for Ladies and Gentlemen Containing the Rules and Usages of Polite Society, a Chapter on Women, Courtship and Marriage, with an Appendix, Containing Additional Instructions, Maxims, &c., in Personal Behavior, Conversation, Domestic Happiness, Education, Economy, &c. Compiled from the Most Authentic Sources by the Author of The Laws of Etiquette. Cincinnati Hayward, James & Co., Bobbitt 142. 1848. 72 p. ; 20 cm. Printed for the author in Boston, 1847 under the same title, "by the author of the Laws of etiquette.".
    The Laws of Etiquette; or, Short Rules and Reflections for Conduct in Society. By a Gentleman was published and copyrighted in 1836 in Philadelphia. Chapter I is Good Breeding.
    5754
    New American Song Book and Letter Writer, Containing the Most Choice Collection of Original and Popular Songs ever Published in the United States. Cincinnati

    1848.

    5826
    Remember Election Day, Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1848. Supporting Seabury Ford as Governor. Dayton

    1848. 1 sheet ([1] p.) Addressed to William Allen, Miami Township, Ohio.
    5836
    American Fashionable Letter Writer, Original and Selected, Containing a Variety of Letters on Business, Love, Courtship, Marriage, Relationship, Friendship, and Valentine: with Forms of Complimentary Cards. To the Whole are Prefixed Directions for Letter Writing, and Rules for Composition. Cincinnati Stratton & Barnard,
    1848. 240 p. ; 12 cm. Hayman sold copy with [8] p. advertisement at end.
    5860
    A Sketch of the Life and Public Services of General Zachary Taylor, the People's Candidate for the Presidency, with Considerations in Favor of His Election... Columbus Printed by Legg & Murray.,
    1848. 32 p. Caption title; no imprint.
    6364
    The Wizard; A Handbook of Popular Amusement, Containing a Complete Exposition of the Manner of Performing a Great Variety of Tricks and Illusions with Cups and Balls, Cards, Sympathetic Ink, etc., etc. Illustrated by Engravings. Chillicothe, Ohio Printed by Ely & Allen, Job Printers.,
    1848. VIII, [1]-96, bv, [98], [6] leaves of plates ; 16.5 cm. The 2 engravings in the preface are part of the pagination while the rest of the engravings in the body of the text are not. The text was printed first because there is an errata notice on p. viii correcting engraving reference numbers.
    Signatures: [x]4 A4 A2/8 B B2-C2 C2/4 D D2-E4 E2/8 F6.
    6439
    To All Good and True Whigs of the State of Ohio. [Cincinnati

    1848]
    Caption title.
    6528
    Incidents and Sketches Connected with the Early History and Settlement of the West. Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James.,
    1848. 72 p. incl. front. (port.) ill. 8 pl. ; xx cm.
    6529
    Ready Reckoner or Federal Calculator. Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James.,
    1848.
    OC (RA511.9 1848).
    6531
    The Universal Pictorial Library Containing Valuable Papers on Various Subjects Comprising Natural History, Natural Sciences, Agriculture, Rural Economy, Biography, Fine Arts, the Orientals, Travels, Geography, Botany, Poetry, Miscellaneous Reading, etc. Embellished with over Five Hundred Engravings. Cincinnati J.A. & U.P. James.,
    1848. 638 p. ;ill. ; 27 cm. Advertised as "Published and for sale by J.A. & U.P. James, Walnut Street between Fourth and Fifth, Cincinnati." (Morgan 433, back cover)
    6532
    The Third Reader Compiled from Several Instructive Works, Designed for Catholic Schools. Cincinnati Louis B. Meyer & Co.,
    1848. 324 p. ; 16 cm. "With the approbation of the right rev. J.B. Purcell, bishop of Cincinnati."
    6803
    Temperance, Its Rise and Progress Together with the Origin, Objects, Secrets, Objections, and Legitimate Influence of the Order of the Sons of Temperance by a Son. Also, a Eulogy ... of Jonathon Porter ... by Belamy Storer. Sandusky Amos Moore,
    1848. 59 p. ; 20 cm.
    6805
    The New Popular Forget-Me-Not Songster: Containing the Most Choice Collection of Ballad Songs, Ever Sung by Any Harmonists, with the Choicest Negro Melodies, & Christie's New Songs. Cincinnati Lorenzo Stratton.,
    1848. 41, 144, 133, [5] p. ; 11 cm. RPB notes: New songs, as sung by the Sable Harmonists.--Popular Songs.--Negro Melodies.
    Without music.
    RPB (Songster Coll NE942 1848).
    7535
    Please Post This In A Conspicuous Place. "Free Territories for Free States." The Cincinnati Weekly Commercial for the Campaign! Address: M.D. Potter & Co., publisher. Cincinnati [M. D. Potter & Co., Publisher.,]
    1848. 1 sheet ([1] p.) Advertisement for newspaper subscription during political campaign.
    7950
    The Traveller's Register and River and Road Guide: Containing a New and Correct Map of the Rivers of the Mississippi River Valley together with the State, Steamboat, Canal and Railroad Routes throughout the Western and South Western States with the Distances, in Miles, from Place to Place. Cincinnati Robinson & Jones.,
    1848. 36 p.
    8020
    Life of General Scott. Columbus Scott & Bascom.,
    1848. 32 p.
    8034
    Ceremonies in Wesley Chapel, at the Funeral Solemnities of John Quincy Adams, in Cincinnati, March 22, 1848. Dirge by Mrs. Rebecca S. Nichols. [Cincinnati

    1848] Broadside. 33 x 21 cm. Brown University notes: Contents: Dirge by Mrs. R.S. Nichols.--Hymn. How swift, alas, the moments fly! [First line] by J.Q. Adams.--How happy is he born or taught by H. Wooton.--Funeral anthem by J.W. Ward. (Rebecca S. Nichols, John Quincy Adams, Sir Henry Wotton and James Warner Ward)
    Printed in two columns divided by line of type ornaments.
    First line: Solemn toiled the "Passing-bell."
    8777
    The Hepatica: or Spring Flowers for Children. Part I. Cincinnati Published by J. Ernst 183 Main Street.,
    [1848] viii, [3], 12-64 p. ill. ; 12 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Stories and poetry.
    Preface signed "Emma."
    "Oncken's Lith. Elm St. Cincin. O."--p. [1] of lithographed wrapper. Wrapper lithographed in brown ink.
    "Fifth series, In six parts."--p. [1] of wrapper. Contents: Emma and Her Mother -- Self-Denial, or, Marion Lee -- Alida, or The Morning Walk -- Lauretta Monteith, or The Sullen Little Girl -- To the Snowdrop -- The Widowed Dove -- The Dying Child.
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed (words "Presented to" and From" printed): Presented to J[--] H. Sawyer from your teacher Cha's B. Keyes.
    8778
    The Hepatica: or Spring Flowers for Children. Part V. Cincinnati Published by J. Ernst 183 Main Street.,
    [1848] 64 p. ill. ; 12 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Stories and poetry.
    "Oncken's Lith. Elm St. Cincin. O."--p. [1] of wrapper.
    "Fifth series. In six parts."--p. [1] of wrapper.
    Contents: Clara Stanley, or The Affectionate Grand-Daughter -- Jane and Elizabeth, or The Useful Little Girls -- Alice Williams, Or How to Kill Time -- Theresa and Anna, or The Sisters -- The Withered Flowers.
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed (words "Presented to" and From" printed): Presented to Hattie A. Varnum from Mrs. D. Butterfield Apr 19th, 1868, 12 y.
    8779
    The Hepatica: or Spring Flowers for Children. Part VI. Cincinnati Published by J. Ernst 183 Main Street.,
    [1848] 64 p. ill. ; 12 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Stories and poetry.
    "Willie Pembroke," p. [43]-59, signed "Altered from M.R.M.
    Oncken's Lith. Elm St. Cincin. O."--p. [1] of printed wrapper. Wrapper lithographed in brown ink.
    Wood-engraved illustration, p. 42, signed "W."
    "Fifth series, In six parts."--p. [1] of wrapper.
    Contents: Alfred Wilmot, or Selfishness Corrected -- Amy Livingston, or The Orphan -- Willie Pembroke -- The Death of the Flowers -- My Brother on the Sea.
    American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed (words "Presented to" and From" printed): Presented to S[--] J. Allen from David O. D[--]
    8780
    In the universal demonstration of respect following the death of J.Q. Adams, we see that the sense of this nation recognizes and acknowledges the greatness of principle compared with policy ... In this belief we send out this statement of the views, and intentions, which, with slight modifications, we see on every side chrystalizing into action. ... [Cincinnati s.n.,
    1848] [2] leaves ; 27 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Calling for state conventions to choose delegates to attend "a national convention, to be holden on the 4th day of July, 1848, at [blank] who shall nominate such men as candidates for president and vice president, as shall fairly express the views and principles of this county, or to unite upon one of the tickets which shall then have been offered to the country."
    Signed: James H. Perkins [and three others]. Not intended for publication at present. We earnestly wish your signature and concurrence to the above as soon as possible, directed to Cincinnati, Ohio.
    Signatures: [A]2 ([A] 1 verso, [A]2 blank).
    American Antiquarian Society copy addressed in ms. to Hon. Hugh White, Washington, D.C.
    9413
    New American Primer. Cincinnati Printed by E. Morgan and Co.,
    1848. 36 p.
    9589
    White Sulphur Fountain, Situated Eighteen Miles North of Columbus and Ten Miles South West of Delaware, Ohio, with Catalogue of Arrivals. N. Hart, Proprietor. Dayton Printed at the Daily Journal Office,
    1848. 13 p. Ohio Historical Society copy lacking p. 11-12.
    9682
    Das Leben des Ehrw. Georg Whitefield aus dem Englischen ubersetzt. Cincinnati Poe & Hitchcock fur die Sonntagsschul-Union der bisch Methodistenkirche.,
    1848. 68 p. ; 16 cm. THIS PROBABLY AFTER 1850!
    9692
    The United States' Spelling Book with Appropriate Reading Lessons Being an Easy Standard for Spelling, Reading and Pronouncing the English Language, According to the Rules Established by John Walker in His Critical and Pronouncing Dictionary. By Sundry Experienced Teachers. Cincinnati J.A. and U.P. James.,
    1848 144 p. ; 17 cm.
    9701
    Revival Hymns...Tenth Edition enlarged. Cincinnati A. Wooliscraft,
    1848. 80 p. ; 16 cm. Printed by J.A. and U.P. James.
    10076
    Free soil meetings, a meeting of the friends of Free Soil will be held ... on Thursday, October 5th ... J.R. Giddings, ... and Jas. W. Taylor ... will address the meetings. On Tuesday evening, Oct. 3rd, Wm. Mills ... and Robert McBratney. [Dayton s.n.,
    1848] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 60 x 47 cm.
    10108
    The Dorr Movement in Ohio; Being an Examination into the Causes, Progress and Probable Effects of the Revolutionary Course of Loco-Focoism in the Organization of the General Assembly of This State, for the Session of 1848-9. Read and Circulate. [Columbus Printed by Legg & Murray,
    1848?] 32 p. ; 23 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Another edition, printed from the same setting of type, does not have the imprint. (Morgan 5854)
    10127
    The Christian Baptist; Edited by Alexander Campbell. [Four lines of quotations] Revised by D.S. Burnet, from the Second Edition, with Mr. Campbell's Last Corrections. Seven Volumes in One. Sixth Edition. Cincinnati Published by D.S. Burnet. Stereotyped by J.A. James,
    1848. 670 p. ; 25 cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Reprint of the periodical "The Christian Baptist" originally published 1823-1830, and reprinted in stereotype form in 1835. (Morgan 2754)
    Edition statement transposed; appears before the date in the imprint transcription.
    10145
    Notice. To _____________________ You are hereby required, within ten days, to make out and hold in readiness for me a Statement of the Personal Property, Monies, and Credits, which you are required, by the act for levying Taxes on all Property in this State, according to its true value, and the act amendatory thereto, to list, either as the Owner or Holder thereof, or as Guardian, Parent, Husband, Trustee, Executor, Administrator, Receiver, Accounting Officer, Partner, Agent, or Factor. Dated ________________ 1848. ___________________ Assessor. [Form of Statement.] [Ohio s.n.,
    1848] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19.3 cm. Printed area measures 26 x 16.2 cm.
    The form listed items to be valued such as horses over two years as of June, 1848 plus 11 additional lines.
    Written in was Elisha Whittlesey with date March 11 and Henry Butts, assessor.
    For the Act, see Morgan 4738.
    10336
    Mount Auburn to the Common Council of Cincinnati. Application having been made to you by Maynard French, and other residents of Auburn Street, to change the grade of the whole or a part thereof, the undersigned owners of Lots upon the same, believing that the case as yet has not been fully presented, respectfully ask that you will receive and consider the following exposition before any final action is taken.… [Cincinnati s.n.,
    1848] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41
    10341
    Entertaining and instructive! A grand exhibition! Of some of the rarest and most wonderful phenomena in chemical and physical sciences…, performed with rare and costly chemical elements. The following are among the programme of brilliant experiments made by Prof. Geo. W. Weimer in his lecture on chemical and physical science!...Lecture and experiments begin at 8 o'clock. Cincinnati, O. Lancet Press Print.,
    1848. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 cm.
    10405
    William Middleton and His Dog Trim. Cincinnati Truman & Spofford.,
    between 1848-1859) 24 p. ill. ; 16 2cm. American Antiquarian Society notes: Truman’s entertaining and instructive toy books.
    Series statement at head of title.
    This is a reissue of the same title published in 1844 by William T. Truman, Morgan 6998).
    Caption title: William Middleton. Little William and his dog Trim.
    This story was also published in "Short stories. Written by a lady, to amuse a young friend," published by Munroe & Francis.
    Elizabeth D. Truman and Ainsworth R. Spofford published together as Truman & Spofford in Cincinnati between 1850 and 1859.
    Some wood engravings signed: "M" (i.e., Abraham John Mason?) and "A.A." (i.e., Alexander Anderson).
    Contents: Little William and his dog Trim -- Tom Hall -- The broken cage -- A cradle hymn.
    131
    Reward of Merit. [Cincinnati] E.D. Truman, Publisher, Cincinnati.,
    [circa 1848]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ill. ; 15 x 11 cm.
    319
    Hymns for Sunday Schools. Selected from Various Authors. [Four lines of quotation] Cincinnati Published by L. Swormstedt and J. H. Power, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Book Concern, Corner of Main and Eighth-streets, R. P. Thompson, Printer.,
    1849. 206 p. ; 11.5 cm. Pagination and collation reconstructed from imperfect Morgan copy: (wanting pages 100-119, 189-194). [1]-13/8. 208 pages.
    Preface dated, p. 4: New-York, August 4, 1841.
    "Index."--p. 199-208.
    3020
    Cleveland, June 1, 1849.
    Dear sir:- We have been appointed a committee, in behalf of the freemen of the Reserve, to invite you to celebrate with them, at Cleveland, the anniversary of the passage of the Ordinance of 1787 …
    [Cleveland s.n.,
    1849] [2] leaf fold ; 25 cm. Printed only on 1st leaf of a 2 leaf fold.
    4399
    Abstract of a Bond, to secure the safe carriage of the L