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    BookID Author ShortTitle City Date
    6927
    A Sketch of the Life of Rev. John Collins: Late of the Ohio Conference. Cincinnati
    8954
    Democratic State Ticket.

    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 [1805]
    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] [1809]
    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 [1810]
    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] [1818]
    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 [1824]
    8424
    To the Electors of the First Congressional District....September 18, 1824. Many Voters. Cincinnati [1824]
    7160
    Robert Thompson's Visit to Cincinnati and His Cousin Henry's Visit to the Country. Stereotyped by J. A. James. Juvenile Press. Cincinnati [1833]
    5150
    Resolution relating to schools. March 3, 1834. John H. Keith.
    [1834]
    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.
    [184-]
    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 [1840?]
    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.
    [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 [1840]
    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 [1840]
    8631
    Harrison's Stimme. Re: Anti-Harrison; pro-Van Buren. [Columbus] [1840]
    7372
    Jesus, The Child's Example. Cincinnati [1840]
    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 [1841]
    8777
    The Hepatica: or Spring Flowers for Children. Part I. Cincinnati [1848]
    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 [1848]
    8778
    The Hepatica: or Spring Flowers for Children. Part V. Cincinnati [1848]
    10281
    Nicholas Longworth versus James M. Hunt, et. als. District Court, Clark County, Ohio. [West Liberty] [1849]
    7743
    St. Charles Hotel, Columbus, Ohio. ... Hartley & Dunn. In Office: John McDonigal, Chas. Baird. Columbus [185-]
    7198
    Lily of the Valley. A Present from Father. Cincinnati [1850]
    5196
    Fresh Meat! All persons wishing to procure fresh beef. H. A. Smith, Adams' Mills, Sept. 9, 1850.
    [1850]
    7205
    London Daisy; or, Gems in Poetry. Cincinnati [between April 1844 and 1849]
    631
    Information. Whereas pursuant to a law...John Cleves Symmes. Cincinnati 1801.
    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 1804]
    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 1808]
    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 1809.
    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 1809]
    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 1809]
    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 1810.
    762
    Zanesville, July 8, 1811. Proposal to Establish a Newspaper at Zanesville. July 8, 1811. [Zanesville 1811]
    786
    Recruiting for the War of 1812. New Lisbon 1812.
    8721
    Proposals for Extending the Circulation of the Independent Press, Now Publishing in the Town of Lancaster, Fairfield County (Ohio), June 24, 1812. [Lancaster 1812]
    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 1812]
    856
    Prospectus of a Newspaper, to be Published in Chillicothe, Ohio, Entitled The Weekly Recorder. [Chillicothe 1814]
    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 1815.
    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 1816.
    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 1816.
    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 1816]
    7880
    Sale of Lots in Newtown. Chillicothe 1817.
    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 1818.
    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? 1818?]
    7991
    Cincinnati (O) Dec. 20, 1819. Announces meeting held in opposition to the extension of slavery west of the Mississippi. Preamble and Resolutions. Cincinnati 1819.
    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 1819]
    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 1819]
    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 1820.
    5349
    An Address to Children. Mount-Pleasant 1820.
    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 1820.
    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.) 1821.
    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 1821]
    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 1822.
    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.
    1822.
    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 1822.
    5215
    Electors of Wayne County. Regarding charges brought against Joseph Larwill. 1822.
    1822.
    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 1822]
    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 1822]
    7248
    The Proceedings of the Session of Mountpleasant, in the Trial of James Graham. Mount Pleasant 1823.
    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 1823.
    1470
    Some Strictures on Church Government, in Answer to a Late Pamphlet on that Subject, by Rev. Lorenzo Dow. Cincinnati 1823.
    8886
    Nomination of President & Vice President of the United States. [Steubenville 1823].
    1506
    Das Kleine Lust-Gärtlein, oder, Schöne auserlesener [!] Gebeter und Lieder zum Gebrauch der Jugend, sowohl in der Schule als zu Hause. Canton 1824.
    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 1824.
    8425
    Hail to the Chief in Triumph Advances." ...[two columns of text]... Cincinnati, October 8, 1824. Truth. Cincinnati 1824.
    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 1824.
    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 1824]
    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 1824]
    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 1824]
    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 1824]
    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 1824]
    9849
    To the electors of the senatorial district, composed of the counties of Adams and Brown ... [Ohio 1825.
    1574
    Commencement of the Ohio Canal at the Licking Summit, July 4th, 1825. Lancaster 1825.
    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 1825.
    8896
    Champlain, Plattsburgh[, and Orleans] Honor to the Bra[ve.] Splendid Battles! Cincinnati 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 1826]
    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 1826]
    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.
    1827.
    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 1827.
    5311
    Proceedings of the Friends of Andrew Jackson at a Meeting held at Zanesville, Ohio, Nov. 28, 1827. Zanesville 1827.
    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 1827.
    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 1827.
    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 1827]
    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 1827]
    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 1828.
    6489
    To the Public. Re: recent death of John Cunning and Thomsonian medical practice. Signed William Hance. Cincinnati 1828.
    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 1828.
    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 1828.
    6491
    Jackson and the Constitution. Jackson and the People's Rights. October 31st, 1828. Freemen of Montgomery. Cincinnati 1828.
    8510
    Re: anti-Jackson. Warren, October 28, 1828. [Warren 1828]
    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 1828]
    8004
    Jackson at Home. [Zanesville 1828]
    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 1829.
    5201
    Newark, March 31, 1829. At a Public Meeting relative to the Cumberland Road on the Newark Route. [Newark 1829]
    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 1829]
    7659
    Review of Senator Johnson's Report on the Sabbath Mail Question. [Dayton 1829]
    7253
    Funeral Commemoration.
    183-
    7227
    Believer's Appeal.
    183-.
    8092
    Receipts for Making 24 Different Kinds of Spirituous Liquors by the Use of John Ziegler's Filtering Apparatus. Canton 1830.
    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.
    1830.
    2086
    The Western Agriculturist, and Practical Farmer's Guide. Prepared under the Superintendence of the Hamilton County Agricultural Society. Cincinnati 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. [By] a Member of the Bar. Cincinnati 1830.
    2079
    To the Electors of Muskingum County. Zanesville 1830.
    7398
    To the Voters of Tuscarawas County. [Dover 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 1830]
    2184
    Kurzgefasstes Weiber-Büchlein Enthält Aristoteli und A. Magni Hebammen-Kunst mit endarzu [sic] gehörigen Recepten. Canton 1831.
    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 1831]
    2360
    To the Electors of the 16th Congressional District...anti-masonic broadside. Warren 1832.
    7815
    Minority Report On The Miami Canal Lands.
    1832.
    8044
    Union Republican Electoral Ticket for President and Vice President. William Wirt and Amos Ellmaker. Cadiz 1832.
    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 1832.
    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 1832.
    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 1832.
    1832.
    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 1832]
    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 1832]
    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 1832]
    7369
    Expose No. 2 of the Manner in which the Public Schools of Cincinnati have been conducted by Nathan Guilford and others. [Cincinnati 1832]
    2497
    Original Sermons by Presbyterian Ministers, in the Mississippi Valley. [Four lines from Paul] Cincinnati 1833.
    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 1833.
    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 1833.
    7913
    Adventures of Dandy Jack, or the Patriotick Monkey. Cadiz 1833.
    8081
    Elegant Blooded Horse Young Chesterball. (Text repeated in German.) Canton 1833.
    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 1834.
    6038
    The Life and Adventures of Alexander Selkirk, the Real Robinson Crusoe. A Narrative Founded on Facts. Cincinnati 1834.
    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 1834]
    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? 1834]
    8147
    Directions for Packing Pork and Other Produce for the New York Market. Cincinnati 1835.
    2846
    Celebration of the Forty-Seventh Anniversary of the First Settlement of the State of Ohio, by Native Citizens. Cincinnati 1835.
    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 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.
    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. 1835.
    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 1835.
    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] 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 1835.
    2797
    Rail Road Proceedings and Address of Fulton and Vicinity, to the People of Ohio. Cincinnati 1835.
    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 1835]
    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].
    1836.
    8010
    Martin Van Buren & Richard N. Johnson. Electoral Ticket. Printed in German on Green paper, listing Ohio Electors. Columbus 1836.
    8031
    Prices of Durham Cattle at the Sale of the Late J. D. Garrard, dec'd. April 9, 1836. Cincinnati 1836.
    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 1836.
    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 1836.
    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 1836.
    8966
    Telegraph--Extra. Wooster,-Monday, October 10, 1836. "Principles-not Men." Jackson Democratic Ticket. [five columns] [Wooster 1836]
    9850
    To the voters of the Fifth Congressional District, and more especially the Van Buren men therein. [Ohio 1836]
    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 1836]
    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 1837.
    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 1837.
    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 1837.
    4303
    Elementary Reader to Accompany Webster's Spelling Book: An Introduction to the Western Reader. Cincinnati 1837.
    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 1837]
    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 1837]
    4316
    Chillicothe Advertiser-Extra. To the Public. Relative report critical of John Coates who sent letter to Col. Bond. Chillicothe, Aug. 30, 1838. Chillicothe 1838.
    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 1838.
    300
    Sunday School Celebration in the Western Charge, Methodist Episcopal Church, Fourth of July, 1838 in the Ninth-Street Church, Cincinnati. [Cincinnati 1838]
    8904
    Memorial of James Hampson and J.S. Parkinson; in House, Jan. 12, 1839 ... Columbus 1839.
    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. 1839.
    3635
    Das Deutsche Cantoner ABC=Buchlein, oder Erstes Buch für Kinder welche anfangen zu lernen. Canton, Ohio 1839.
    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 1839]
    10377
    Ohio Bank Convention. [Columbus 1839]
    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 1839]
    4000
    The Tippecanoe Song Book. Cincinnati 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 1840.
    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 1840.
    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 1840.
    9837
    Obituary of General Robert T. Lytle. [Cincinnati] 1840.
    5640
    Sketch of the Life of Martin Van Buren, Compiled from the Most Authentic Sources. Supplement to "Ohio Statesman." Columbus 1840.
    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.
    1840.
    7072
    The Primary Reader Being Easy Lessons for Young People. Cincinnati 1840.
    9834
    Extracts from the Writings of Wesley, Watson, Garretson [sic] and Clarke, upon Slavery. [Cincinnati 1840]
    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 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 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 1840]
    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 1840]
    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 1840].
    4359
    Gazette and Express--Extra. Lancaster, Ohio. April 10, 1841. Death of William Henry Harrison. Lancaster 1841.
    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 1841.
    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 1841.
    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. 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 1841.
    4479
    Ravenna, October 6, 1842. A Letter to the Whigs of Portage County asking them to vote the entire Whig Ticket. Ravenna 1842.
    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 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 1842]
    8124
    Court Room, Maumee City, Ohio. At a meeting of the bar in attendance...re: prenuptial party for Judge Emery D. Potter. Maumee City 1843.
    7149
    Constitution of the United States Anti-Gambling and Moral Trust Society, Adopted at College Hall, Cincinnati, September 2, 1843. Cincinnati 1843.
    3586
    A Descriptive Catalogue of Mr. Jones' Collection of Pictures and Ancient Spanish Armour and Arms Now Exhibiting at College Hall, Walnut Street. Cincinnati 1843.
    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 1843. Stereotyped by Shepard and Co., Cincinnati.
    7524
    Oregon Convention. ... Cincinnati, Ohio, July 4, 1843. [Cincinnati 1843]
    8774
    Picture Primer for Little Children. Cincinnati 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 1844.
    8241
    Solomon's Scriptural Dialogue on Protracted Meetings, Revivals, Prayer Meetings, Experience Meetings, and Family Worship. Canton, Ohio 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 1844.
    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 1844.
    4566
    Celebration of the Fifty-Seventh Anniversary of the Settlement of Ohio: April 8th, 1844. Cincinnati 1844.
    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 1844?]
    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 1844]
    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 1844]
    5209
    State Central Committee Room, Columbus, Oct. 19, 1844. Our Opponents Must Be Met At All Points. J. Ridgway. [Columbus 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 1844]
    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 1844]
    4398
    Whig Meeting, The Whigs are notified to meet at the Court House. Sept. 2, 1844. Ravenna. [Ravenna 1844]
    8126
    Music! Music! To the Ladies and Gentlemen of Delaware. Delaware 1845.
    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] 1845.
    6698
    The Family Gem, and Literary Kaleidoscope. Cincinnati 1845.
    4642
    Comparison of the Different Routes of the Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati Rail Road. Cleveland 1845.
    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 1845.
    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 1845.
    5471
    Extracts from the American Slave Code. Second Edition of 10,000. [No. 1] Read and Circulate. [Salem 1845.
    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 1845]
    8944
    Primitive Christianity, for Two Hundred Years. From the Writings of the Fathers. Cleveland, O. 1846.
    5771
    Pictures of Animals. Chagrin Falls, Ohio 1846.
    7371
    Remarks upon Mr. Roebling's Plan & Report for a Wire Suspension Bridge, Proposed to be Erected over the Ohio River. Cincinnati 1846.
    5461
    The Oberlin Social and Sabbath School Hymn Book. Oberlin 1846.
    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] 1847
    4835
    Prospectus Showing the Cost and Comparative Revenue of a Line of Telegraph, Connecting New York City, via Mobile, with New Orleans. Cincinnati 1847.
    4858
    Trial of the Rev. William Gilmore for Adultery before the Session of the Tabernacle Presbyterian Church of Cincinnati. Columbus 1847.
    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 1847.
    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 1848
    6532
    The Third Reader Compiled from Several Instructive Works, Designed for Catholic Schools. Cincinnati 1848.
    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 1848.
    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 1848.
    4868
    Base Deception. Look to your tickets. Re: spurious election tickets. Oct. 9, 1848. S. Foljambe. Ravenna 1848.
    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 1848.
    5826
    Remember Election Day, Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1848. Supporting Seabury Ford as Governor. Dayton 1848.
    6439
    To All Good and True Whigs of the State of Ohio. [Cincinnati 1848]
    5184
    Portage Co. People's Convention. No more Dictation! [Ravenna 1848]
    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]
    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 1848]
    5211
    Rough and Ready Festival. In honor of the election of Taylor & Fillmore...at the Collins' House in Ravenna, Nov. 16, 1848. [Ravenna 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 1848]
    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 1848]
    4941
    Reasons for Voting the Liberty Ticket. Hamilton County Freeman's Ticket. Senator Charles Cheney. [Cincinnati 1848]
    319
    Hymns for Sunday Schools. Selected from Various Authors. [Four lines of quotation] Cincinnati 1849.
    7925
    Gospel Proclamation Extra. The Bethany Difficulty, Once More and Final. St. Clairsville 1849.
    5055
    Sketch of the Life of the Rev. John Collins, Late of the Ohio Conference. Cincinnati 1849.
    5013
    A Brief Sketch of the Life and Public Service of Gen'l Samuel Herrick, from 1805 to 1831 inclusive. Zanesville 1849.
    8180
    Geauga High School. This Institution, Which is favorably located in the pleasant village of Chardon, and is under the supervision of Mr. A. Holbrook, A.M. ...Chardon, March 9, 1849. [Chardon 1849]
    7196
    Tiger Self-Dump Sulky Hay Rake. Dayton 185-.
    9197
    Subscription to the Bible cause. [Ohio? 185-?]
    5794
    Observations on Rail Roads in the Western & Southern States, and of the Introduction of the Pioneer System, for Their Construction, with Remarks on the Importation of Foreign Iron. Cincinnati 1850.
    6915
    Programme of Mademoiselle Jenny Lind's Grand Concert This Evening. Cincinnati 1850.
    5383
    True Stories with Pretty Pictures. Cincinnati 1850.
    6519
    A Tribute to the Memory of James H. Perkins. Cincinnati 1850.
    8021
    Harrison Polly, and Others vs Wm. Ratcliff, and Others. By J.W. Wilson. Inre: the kidnapping of 8 free colored children in Lawrence County, by the defendants. Cincinnati 1850.
    6014
    To the Friends of Temperance and Religion. The undersigned, a committee of the Grand Temple of Honor of the State of Ohio...have engaged the services of Rev. M. P. Gaddis, Jr. to lecture on temperance. Cincinnati 1850.
    8955
    Whig Ticket. For Governor William Johnston. ...
    1850?
    10138
    Military Ball. [Picture of military ball] Yourself and Lady are invited to attend a Military Ball at the Meeker House, in Canfield, On Wednesday, Ovt. 7, at 2 o'clock, P.M. At this Ball, the very best order will be preserved. Managers. Captain E.G. Canfield, Lieutenant J.M. Webb, Liettenant E.C. Newton, Lietenant J. Hartman, Ensign J. Ramsey, A.P. Flaugher, S. Hanson, H.H. Reeves, David Beard, P. Rupright, Mayor William B. Dawson, Music: Beaver, Kinneman & Co.'s Cotillon [sic] Band. [Canfield? 1850?]
    8066
    Regulationen des "Deutschen Protestantischen Kirchhofs" bei Lane Seminarn auf Walnut Hills. [Cincinnati 1850?]
    9507
    Speeches by Mr. Olds and Mr. Lewis on Resolution to Remove the Speaker. Delivered ... In Senate, January 4 and 7, 1850. [Columbus, Ohio? 1850]
    4509
    The Cupola; or, "Rhymes on Demagogues and Mobs." Part I. Written by a Retired Politician, and Edited by Erasmus Evergreen, Esq. Columbus January 1843.
    3195
    A Brief Outline for a National Bank. By a Native Citizen. [Cincinnati Sept., 1837]
    120 A Kempis, Thomas, 1380-1471. Of the Imitation of Christ; In Three Books. Translated from the Latin of Thomas a Kempis. By John Payne. Wilmington, Ohio 1815.
    2223 Abercrombie, James, 1758-1841. The Mourner Comforted. A Selection of Extracts Consolatory on the Death of Friends from the Writing of the Most Eminent Divines and Others. Including Dr. Johnson's Celebrated Sermon on the Death of His Wife. Together with Prayers Suited to the Various Instances of Mortality. By James Abercrombie. Steubenville, O. 1832.
    2373 Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. Letters on Speculative Free Masonry, by J.Q. Adams, Ex-President of the United States. To Edward Livingston. G.G.H.P. of the R.A.C.U.S. and Secretary of State of the United States. In Presenting These Letters. [Xenia 1833.].
    2693 Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. Oration on the Life and Character of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette Delivered at the Request of Both Houses of the Congress of The United States before Them, in the House of Representatives at Washington, on the 31st of December, 1834. Cuyahoga Falls 1835.
    2692 Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. Oration on the Life and Character of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette, Delivered at the Request of Both Houses of the Congress of the United States, Before Them, in the House of Representatives at Washington, on the Thirty-First of December. By John Quincy Adams. Cincinnati 1835.
    148 Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. An Oration, Delivered before the Cincinnati Astronomical Society, on the Occasion of Laying the Corner Stone of an Astronomical Observatory, on the 10th of November, 1843. By John Quincy Adams. Cincinnati 1843.
    5456 Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. Letters from Hon. John Q. Adams, to His Son, on the Bible and Its Teachings. Written at St. Petersburgh, during His Residence There as Minister to Russia. Steubenville 1848
    7522 Adams, L. L., Dover. West India Bilious Pills, Prepared By L. L. Adams, Dover, O. For Family Use. Cleveland [1839]
    868 Adams, Rufus W. The Young Gentleman and Lady's Explanatory Monitor. A Selection from the Best Authors Extant, upon a New Plan Designed for Schools. Second Edition, Revised and Corrected. By Rufus W. Adams, Author of the Juvenile Rambler, Farmers Agricultural Assistant, &c. Zanesville 1815.
    6136 Adams, S. W. (Seymour Webster), 1815-1864. Address before the Society of Religious Inquiry of Granville College, Granville, July 7th, 1850, by S.W. Adams, Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland 1850.
    7706 Adams, Seth. Zanesville, January 7, 1812. Sir, Believing that you have a wish to increase, and improve the internal resources of our country; and as the improvement of our sheep, is of the first importance to the country at large ...re: sale of Merino rams and ewes. Signed in ms. Seth Adams. [Zanesville 1812]
    7682 Agricultural and Mechanical College. Agricultural And Mechanical College. The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of Central College ...propose a work study course. Subscription form for interested students. [Columbus 1850]
    2092 Aikin, Jesse. The Citizen's Tutor, Containing a Variety of Valuable Receipts for the Cure of the Different Diseases of Man and Beast: Also, for Colouring Wool, Cotton, and Hats. By Jesse Aikin. Printed in Mountpleasant Mountpleasant 1831.
    6194 Akron Cold Spring Company. Akron. Extract of By-Laws of Akron Cold Spring Company. [Akron 1849]
    8018 Akron, Citizens of. To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of Ohio: The memorial of the undersigned...re: great necessity for a bank. Akron, December 1836. Akron 1836.
    8175 Akron. Citizens, Committee of. To the Hon. the legislature of the state of Ohio-- The undersigned having been appointed a committee of the citizens of Akron, at meeting at the house of Gen. Northrop on the 14th of Dec. 1835, pursuant to public notice, for the purpose of taking into consideration the subject of their application, heretofore made, for the charter of a bank at Akron ... beg leave to make the following statement .. [Akron 1835]
    86 Akron. Post-Office. The Akron Post-Office. Akron, Ohio 1838.
    8184 Alexander, John. Printed letter dated November 28th, 1826, addressed to Cadwallader Wallace, Agent. Re: trial of ejectment of Leesee D. M'Arthur vs. John Reynolds.
    1826.
    6796 Allen, D. H. [Diarca Howe), 1808-1870. The Memory of a Deceased Pastor. A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. John K. Lord, Pastor of the First Orthodox Congregational Church of Cincinnati. By Rev. D.H. Allen, of Lane Seminary. Cincinnati 1849.
    4969 Allen, Ethan, 1738-1789. A Narrative of the Captivity of Colonel Ethan Allen, from the Time He Was Taken by the British, Near Montreal, September 25th, 1775, to the Time of His Exchange, May 6th, 1778, Containing His Voyages and Travels, and All the Remarkable Things That Happened to Him and Other Continental Prisoners, Also the Destruction of the Prisoners at New York by General Sir William Howe, in 1776 and 1777. New ed., with Illustrations & Observations. Written by Himself. Dayton, O. 1849.
    2093 Allen, Ethan, 1796-1879. A Sermon Preached at the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Ohio, Gambier, September 9, 1831, by Rev. Ethan Allen. Published by Request of Right Rev. Bishop Philander Chase, D.D. [Gambier 1831].
    2538 Allen, Ethan, 1796-1879. Christ and the Church. A Sermon Preached During the Meeting of the Miami Clerical Association, at St. James Church, Piqua, Ohio. By Rev. Ethan Allen, Rector of Christ Church, Dayton. Dayton 1834.
    369 Allen, James. Chronicles of Ohio, a Fragment of Cabilistical History, Recently Snatched from Oblivion, and Rendered into English, from the Original Chaldaic, by the Learned Rabbi, Jacopi Alliano [pseud.] Containing Many Matters of Great Interest to Antiquarians, Relating to the Lives, Names, Conversations, and Doings of Wilson, of Leatherwood-John the Big-and Sam the Seizer. (First Published in English in the Straight-out Harrisonian.) Columbus 1841.
    4865 Alling, P., of Norwalk. An Exposition of the Thirteenth Ch. of Revelation; Showing Particularly what is Meant by the Beast and His Image. [Nine lines of quotation] By P. Alling, of Norwalk, Ohio. By P. Alling. Cleveland 1848
    658 Almanacs. Browne's Western Calendar; or, the Cincinnati Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord, Eighteen Hundred and Six; Being the Second after Bissextile or Leap Year. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. N. Long. 84 Deg. 15 Min. W. By William M'Farland. Containing, besides the Usual Calculations, a Variety of Useful and Entertaining Matter. Cincinnati [1805]
    666 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1807. By Robert Stubbs. Cincinnati [1806]
    692 Almanacs. No. IV. Browne's Western Calendar, or Cincinnati Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord, 1809, being the Bissextile or Leap Year. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 Degrees 7 Min. N. Longitude 84 Degrees 15 Min. W. By Robert Stubbs, Philom. Containing, besides the Usual Calculations, a Variety of Useful and Entertaining Matter. Cincinnati [1808]
    717 Almanacs. No. VI. Browne's Cincinnati Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord, 1811, being the Third after Bissextile or Leap Year: and after Fourth of July, the Thirty Sixth Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 Degrees, 7 Minutes N. Longitude, 84 Degrees, 16 Minutes W. By Robert Stubbs, Philom. Cincinnati [1810]
    718 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac for 1811. By Robert Stubbs. Cincinnati [1810]
    741 Almanacs. The Miami Calendar, or Lebanon Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1812... and after the Fourth of July, the Thirty Seventh Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian, in Latitude 39 Degrees 7 Minutes N. Longitude 84 Degrees 15 Minutes W. By Matthias Corwin, Jun. Containing, besides the Usual Calculations, a Variety of Useful and Entertaining Matter; [Quotation] Lebanon [1811]
    740 Almanacs. Browne's Cincinnati Almanac, for the Year of our Lord 1812 being Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Thirty-Seventh Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 Degrees 7 Minutes N. Longitude 84 Degrees 15 Minutes W. By Robert Stubbs, Philom. Cincinnati [1811]
    742 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac, for the Year of our Lord 1812; being Bissextile or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Thirty-Seventh Year of American Independence, Containing besides the Usual Astronomical Calculations, a Variety of Useful and Entertaining Matter. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 Degrees 7 Minutes N. Longitude 84 Degrees 15 Minutes W. By Robert Stubbs, Philom. Cincinnati [1811]
    769 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac for 1813. By Robert Stubbs. Cincinnati [1812]
    768 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac for 1813. By Robert Stubbs. Cincinnati [1812]
    767 Almanacs. No. VIII. Browne & Co. Cincinnati Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1813, being the First after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July the Thirty Eighth Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 Degrees 7 Minutes N. Longitude 84 Degrees 15 Minutes W. By Robert Stubbs, Philom. Cincinnati [1812]
    873 Almanacs. No. 1. The Western Reserve Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1816. Being Leap Year, and from the Fourth of July, the 41st Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Warren. By John Armstrong, Teacher of Mathematics. Warren [1815]
    872 Almanacs. The Western Calendar; or, Cincinnati Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1816, being Bissextile or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Forty-First Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 Deg. 7 Minutes N. Longitude 84 Deg. 15 Minutes W. By Robert Stubbs, Philom. Cincinnati [1815]
    871 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac, for the Year of our Lord 1816, being Bissextile, or Leap-Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Forty-First Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 Deg. 7 Min. N. Longitude 84 Deg. 15 Min. W. Robert Stubbs, Philomatheus. Cincinnati [1815]
    7390 Almanacs. The Western Almanac, for the Year of our Lord 1816; Being the 3d after Bissextile or Leap Year; and, after the Fourth of July, the Forty-Fourth Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 7' North, Longitude 84 15' West. By Samuel Burr & Oner R. Powell. Cincinnati [1815]
    916 Almanacs. The Western Almanac, for the Year of our Lord 1817, being First after Bissextile or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Forty-Second Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meredian [sic] of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 Degrees 7 Minutes North, Longitude 84 Degrees 15 Minutes West. By Robert Stubbs, Philom. Cincinnati [1816]
    976 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord, 1818, the Second Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the 4th of July, the 43d Year of American Independence: Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39-56' North: Longitude 83 West, from the Meridian of Greenwich. By William Lusk. The Containing the Rising, Setting and Eclipses of the Sun & Moon, the Southing Phases and Longitude of the Moon; the Rising Setting and Southing of the Most Conspicuous Planets and Fixed Stars, etc. Also--a List of the Chartered and Uncharted Banks in Ohio; a Description of the Town of Columbus and Public Buildings; a Fee Bill; Rates of Postage; Times of Holding Court, ec. ec. ec. Published by the Author. Columbus [1817]
    981 Almanacs. The Western Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1818, being the 2d after Bissextile or Leap Year: And, after the 4th of July, the Forty-Third Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 7' North, Longitude 84 15' West. By James R. Stubbs. Cincinnati [1817]
    980 Almanacs. No. II. The Ohio Register, and Western Calendar, Containing an Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1818, Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39, 56 North; Longitude 83 West, from the Meridian of Greenwich. Also, Civil, Judicial, Military, Ecclesiastical and Masonic Lists in Ohio. Likewise, Attornies at Law, Postmasters, Physicians, Merchants and Innkeepers: Seats of Justice, with the Times of Holding Court: a List of Chartered and Unchartered Banks, in Ohio and the Adjacent States: with a Particular Description of the Counterfeit Bills, Circulating in the Western Country. Also Catalogues of the Officers of the General Government. To be Continued Annually. By William Lusk. Columbus [1817].
    1031 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1819. The Third after Bissextile or Leap Year and after the Fourth of July, the 44th Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 Degrees 56 Minutes North, and Longitude 6 Degrees West from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus [1818]
    1032 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1819, being the 3d after Bissextile or Leap-Year, and, after the Fourth of July, the Forty-Fourth of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 7' North, Longitude 84 15' West. By Samuel Burr & Oner R. Powell. Published by Ferguson & Sanxay. Cincinnati [1818]
    1033 Almanacs. The Ohio Register and Western Calendar Containing an Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1819. Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 Degrees 56 Minutes North, and Longitude 6 Degrees West from the Meridian of Washington City. Also Lists of the Officers, Civil, Judicial, Military, Ecclesiastic and Masonic in the State of Ohio. Likewise Catalogues of the Officers of the General Government &c. &c. &c. To Be Continued Annually. By William Lusk. Columbus [1818]
    1035 Almanacs. The Western Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1819: Being the 3d after Bissextile or Leap Year; And, after the Fourth of July, the Forty-Fourth Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitude 39 7' North, Longitude 84 15' West. By Samuel Burr & Oner R. Powell. Cincinnati [1818]
    1036 Almanacs. The Western Almanac, for 1819. By Samuel Burr & Oner R. Powell. Drake 9050. Cincinnati [1818]
    1092 Almanacs. The Chillicothe Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1820, being Bissextile, or Leap Year, and, after the 4th of July, the 45th Year of American Independence. No. II. Calculated by Samuel Burr, Philom. for the Latitude 39 7'N. and Longitude 84 30' W. from Greenwich; but Will Serve without any Sensible Variation, for the State of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania. Chillicothe [1819]
    1093 Almanacs. The Cincinnati Almanac: No. I: Published by Mason and Palmer, at the Office of the Western Spy, No. 146, Main Street. The Cincinnati Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1820: being Bissextile or Leap Year: and, after the Fourth of July, the 45th of American Independence: Containing the Usual Astronomical Calculations; and a Variety of Other Useful and Interesting Matter. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, Latitude 39 7' North Longitude 84 30' West from Greenwich: but will Serve without Any Sensible Variations for the State of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, &c. Generally. By Samuel Burr, Philo. Cincinnati [1819]
    1095 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1820, being Bissextile, or Leap Year, and, after the Fourth of July, the Forty-Fifth of American Independence. Calculated for the Horizon of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 7' N. Long. 84 30' W. from Greenwich: but Will Serve, without Any Sensible Variation, for the States of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, &c. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1819]
    1198 Almanacs. The Farmers' Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1821, being the First after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Forty-Sixth of American Independence. Calculated for the Horizon of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 7' L. Long. 84 30' W. from Greenwich: but will Serve, without Any Sensible Variation, for the Adjacent States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1820]
    1194 Almanacs. An Astronomical Diary, and Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord, 1821. Fitted to the Latitude and Longitude of Columbus. By Paul Brown. Columbus [1820]
    1199 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1821, being the First after Bissextile or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Forty Sixth Year of American Independence...Calculated for the Meridian of Lebanon, Ohio ... by Andrew Foster. Lebanon [1820]
    1196 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanack, for Year of Our Lord 1821; being First after Bissextile or Leap Year. And after the 4th of July, the 46th Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus. In North Latitude 39 56'. West Longitude, 6 from Washington City; or 83 from London. Also, a List of the Principal Officers of the United States, likewise, of the Principal Roads in This State. To be Continued Annually. By William Lusk. Columbus [1820]
    1195 Almanacs. The Chillicothe Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1821, being the First after Leap Year, and, after the 4th of July, the 46th Year of American Independence. No. III. Calculated by Samuel Burr, Philom. for the Latitude of 39 7'N. and Longitude 84 30'W. from Greenwich; but Will Serve without any Sensible Variation, for the States of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania. Chillicothe [1820]
    1274 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanac for 1822. By Samuel Burr. Cincinnati [1821]
    1273 Almanacs. The Farmers' Almanac for 1822. By Samuel Burr. Second Edition. Cincinnati [1821]
    5939 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac for the Year 1823. By William Lusk. Columbus [1822]
    1336 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, or, Farmer's Calendar, for the Year of Our Lord 1823 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 6 1/2' N. long. 7 25' WE. from Washington; but will Answer for Any of the Western States. Astronomical Part by Samuel Burr. Cincinnati [1822]
    1337 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, or, Complete Farmer's Calendar, for the Year of Our Lord 1823 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 6 1/2' N. long. 7 25' W. from Washington; but will Answer for Any of the Western States. Together with the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1822]
    421 Almanacs. Der Neue fur den Staat von Ohio eingerichtete Calendar, auf das Jahr unsers Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1823. ... Mit besonderm Fleiss fur den Horizont des Staats Ohio berechnet con Carl Friedrich Egelmann. Zum erstenmal herausgegeben. Canton, Ohio [1822].
    1408 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanac for 1824. By Samuel Burr. Cincinnati [1823]
    1409 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, or, Complete Farmer's Calendar, for the Year of Our Lord 1824. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 6 1-2 min. N. long. 7 deg. 25 min. W. from Washington; But will Serve, without Essential Variation, for Any of the Western States... Together with the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. [Cincinnati] [1823]
    1412 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1824.... Carefully Arranged after the System of the German Almanacs. ... Calculated for the Meridian of Ohio, but will Serve Without any Material Variation for the Adjacent States and Territories, by Charles F. Egelmann. ... Canton [1823]
    1410 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, or Farmer's Calendar for the Year of Our Lord 1824... Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 6 1-2 min. N. long. 7 deg. 25 min. W. from Washington; but will Serve, without Essential Variation, for any of the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1823]
    5946 Almanacs. Columbus Almanac for the Year 1825. By William Lusk. Columbus [1824]
    302 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, or, Complete Farmer's Calendar, for the Year of Our Lord 1825 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 7 min. N. long. 7 deg. 25 min. W. from Washington; but Will Serve, without Essential Variation, for Any of the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. ... Together with the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1824].
    303 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, or, Farmer's Calendar, for the Year of Our Lord 1825 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 7 min. N. long. 7 deg. 25 min. W. from Washington; but will Serve, without Essential Variation, for Any of the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1824].
    304 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1825...Adapted to the Latitude of 41 Degrees 30 Min. North-Longitude 81 degrees 30 Min. West, which is Supposed to Correspond Nearly with the Center of the Connecticut Western Reserve; and will Answer for Any Part of the State of Ohio without any Essential Variation. The Astronomical Calculations, by Ansel Young. Painesville [1824].
    1551 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1826. By Ansel Young. Painesville [1825]
    1549 Almanacs. Der Neue fur den Staat von Ohio eingerichtete Calender, auf das Jahr unsers Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1826 ... Mit besonderm Fleiss fur den Horizont des Staats Ohio berechnet von Wilhelm Lusk. Zum drittenmal herausgegeben. Canton, Ohio [1825]
    1639 Almanacs. The Friend's Almanac for 1827. By Samuel Burr. Cincinnati [1826]
    1635 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1827...Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 56' N. and Longitude 6 W. from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus [1826]
    1636 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1827 ...Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 56' N. and Longitude 6 W. from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus [1826]
    1637 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack for 1827. By Samuel Burr. Cincinnati [1826]
    1638 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1827 ...Calculated for the Meridian of the Mississippi, but Will Serve for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. ; ... With the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1826]
    6683 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1827 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 7 min. North. Long. 7 deg. 25 min. West from Washington; But Will Serve, with Very Little Variation, for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. ... With the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1826]
    1714 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1828 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North. Long. 7 Deg. 25 Min. West from Washington; but Will Serve, with Very Little Variation, for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1827]
    1715 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1828 ...Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North. Long. 7 Deg. 25 Min. West from Washington; but Will Serve, with Very Little Variation, for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. ... With the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1827]
    32 Almanacs. State of Ohio Agricultural Almanac for 1828. By John Armstrong. Zanesville [1827]
    33 Almanacs. Western Almanack for 1828. By Oliver Loud. Cleaveland [1827].
    1796 Almanacs. Ohio Magazine Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1829 ... Carefully Calculated for the Latitude and Meridian of Zanesville, Ohio, but Will Serve without Any Material Variation for All the Western States. John Armstrong, Calculator. Zanesville [1828]
    1795 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1829 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North Long. 7 Deg. 25 Min. West from Washington; but Will Serve, with Very Little Variation, for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. ... With the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1828]
    1794 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1829 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North Long. 7 Deg. 25 Min. West from Washington; but will Serve, with very Little Variation, for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1828]
    1793 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1829. By William Lusk. Columbus [1828]
    1792 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1829 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 56' N. and Longitude 6 W. from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus [1828].
    1869 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1830 ...Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 56' North, and Longitude 6 West from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus [1829]
    1873 Almanacs. Ohio Magazine Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1830 ... Carefully Calculated for the Latitude and Meridian of Zanesville, Ohio, but Will Serve without Any Material Variation for All the Western States. John Armstrong, Calculator. Zanesville [1829]
    1875 Almanacs. The Western Almanack, for the State of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, for the Year of Our Lord 1830 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 7' North, lon. 84 1/2 deg. West from the Meridian of London, or 7 25 West from Washington City. ... By Oner R. Powell. Cincinnati [1829]
    1874 Almanacs. The Western Almanac for 1830. By Oliver Loud. Cleveland [1829]
    1871 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1830 ...Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 7 min. N.; long. 7 deg. 25 min. West from Washington; but Will Serve with Very Little Variation for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1829]
    1872 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1830 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 7 min. N.; long. 7 deg. 25 min. West from Washington; but Will Serve with very Little Variation for all the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1829]
    1870 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1830 ... Calculated for the Meridian of The Columbus, in Latitude 39 56' North, and Longitude 6 West from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus [1829]
    1986 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack for 1831 Being the Third after Bissextile or Leap Year, and (after July 4th) the 56th of American Independence, Calculated for the Meridian and Parrallel of Cincinnati ... Cincinnati [1830]
    1980 Almanacs. Der Bauern Calender, auf das Jahr unsers Heilandes Jesu Christ, 1831,...mit besonderem Fleiss nach dem Ohio und der angranzenden Staaten Horizont und Nordhohe berechnet von Samuel Burr, zum erstenmal herausgegeben. Cincinnati [1830]
    1985 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1831 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 7 min. North; long. 7 deg. 25 min. West from Washington; but will serve with very Little Variation for all the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. ... With the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1830]
    1984 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanack for 1831. By Samuel Burr. Cincinnati [1830]
    1982 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1831 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 56' North, and Longitude 6 West from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus [1830]
    1988 Almanacs. The Western Almanack for the States of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana for 1831. By Oner R. Powell. Cincinnati [1830]
    1987 Almanacs. Western Almanac for 1831. By Oliver Loud. Cleveland [1830]
    1979 Almanacs. Almanac, for the States of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana for 1831. By Oner R. Powell. Cincinnati [1830].
    2101 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, 1832: being Bissextile or Leap Year, and (after July 4,) the 57th of American Independence, Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 7' North; Long. 7 25' West from Washington; but will serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1831]
    2232 Almanacs. Der Ohio Bauern Calender, auf das Jahr unsers Heilandes Jesu Christi 1833 ... Mit besonderem Fleiss nach dem Ohio und der angranzenden Staaten Horizont und Nordhohe berechnet, von Samuel Burr. Zum drittenmal herausgegeben. Cincinnati [1832]
    2228 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1833: being Bissextile or Leap Year, and (after July 4,) the 57th of American Independence, Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 7' North; Long. 7 25' West from Washington; but will serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati [1832]
    2227 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanack for 1833. By Samuel Barr. Cincinnati [1832]
    2226 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac for 1833. By William Lusk. Columbus [1832]
    2229 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, 1833: being Bissextile or Leap Year, and (after July 4,) the 57th of American Independence, Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 7' North; Long. 7 25' West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. ... with the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1832]
    2236 Almanacs. Western Reserve Almanac for 1833. Number Two. Calculated by Ansel Young. Cleveland [1832]
    2234 Almanacs. United States' Calendar of the Nineteenth Century. By Jno. S. Williams. Cincinnati [1832]
    2237 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" and Cantoner Calender auf 1833. Von Carl F. Egelmann. Canton [1832]
    2382 Almanacs. Poor Richard's Almanac, for 1833 ... Calculated for the Latitude and Meridian of the City of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 7', N. Long. 84 30' West of Greenwich. ... Astronomical Calculations by Joseph Ray, M.D. ... This Almanac Will Serve without Any Material Variation for the States of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, and Virginia. (To be Continued Annually.) Cincinnati [1832]
    2235 Almanacs. Western Almanack for 1833. By Henry Bolles. Cleveland [1832]
    2231 Almanacs. The Ohio Antimasonic Almanack, for the Year 1833: Being the First Year after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Fifty-Eighth Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 [degree symbol] 56' North and Latitude 6 [degree symbol] West, from Washington, (D.C.) By William Brown. Columbus [1832].
    2386 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1834, ... Number Three ... The Astronomical Calculations. By Ansel Young. Cleveland [1833]
    5613 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1834 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl F. Egelmann. ... Zem zweyten mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1833]
    2381 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1834 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Elisha Dwelle, Philom. ... with the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1833]
    2550 Almanacs. The Magazine Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, 1835 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 Deg. 56 M. North, and Longitude 6 Deg. West from Washington City. By Wm. Lusk. Columbus [1834]
    2539 Almanacs. The Christian Almanac, for the Western Reserve, Ohio, for the Year of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, 1835 ... Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Hudson. Lat. 41 15' N. long. 81 29' W. Hudson [1834]
    2627 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1835 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati: Lat. 39 Deg. 7 min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 26 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Elisha Dwelle, Philom. Cincinnati [1834]
    2552 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1835 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl F. Egelmann. ... Zem dritten mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1834]
    2542 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac for 1835: ... By Elisha Dwelle, Philom. Cincinnati [1834]
    2545 Almanacs. Poor Richard's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1835 ... Calculated for the Western and Southern States Generally ... Astronomical Calculations by Joseph Ray, M.D., Professor in the Woodward High School, Cincinnati. To Be Continued Annually. Cincinnati [1834]
    2543 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1835 Being the Third after Bissextile or Leap Year, and, After the Fourth of July, the 60th of American Independence. [illustration] Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Service with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Elisha Dwelle, Philom. Containing a Great Variety of Useful Selections. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1834]
    413 Almanacs. The Western Temperance Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1835: Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, But will Serve for the Western and Southern States Generally, without any Material Variation. [illustration] "Beauties of Intemperance." [See page 18.] Cincinnati [1834].
    2702 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac for 1836 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Elisha Dwelle, Philom. ... Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1835]
    2701 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac for 1836 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Elisha Dwelle, Philom. Cincinnati [1835]
    2697 Almanacs. Barnes' Cincinnati Pocket Almanac for 1836. ... Calculated for Cincinnati by Joseph Ray, M.D. ... Cincinnati [1835]
    2707 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf da Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1836 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl F. Egelmann. ... Unter diesem Title zum vierten, im Ganzen aber zum neunundzehnten mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1835]
    2705 Almanacs. The Western "Patriot" and Canton Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1836, being a Bissextile, or Leap Year : Containing 366 Days, and after the 4th of July, the Sixtieth of American Independence. Arranged after the System of the German Calendars. Wherein, Besides a Correct Calculation of the Feasts--May be Found the Solar and Lunar Eclipses ; the Phases, Signs, and Southings of the Moon ; the Aspects of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting and Southing of the Most Conspicuous Planets and Fixed Stars, the Equation of Time, and Other Miscellanies &c. &c. Appertaining to an Almanack. Carefully Calculated from the Latitude & Meridian of Ohio-for This State, Western Pennsylvania & Other Adjacent States by Charles F. Eglemann, [Calculator of the Hagerstown Almanack.] (Under This Title the First--But in All the Nineteenth Edition.) Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1835]
    2972 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1837. By Ansel Young. Cleveland [1836]
    2967 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanack for 1837. By Elisha Dwelle. Cincinnati [1836]
    8242 Almanacs. Western Almanac, for the Year 1837. Calculated by William Lusk. Columbus [1836]
    2968 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac for the Year 1837 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Elisha Dwelle, Philom. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1836]
    2969 Almanacs. The Magazine Almanac, for the Year 1837 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 Deg. 56 M. North, and Longitude 6 Deg. West from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus, Ohio [1836]
    2970 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1837 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl F. Egelmann. ... Unter diesen Title zum funften im Ganzen aber zum zwansigsten mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark Caunty, Ohio [1836]
    2965 Almanacs. The American Anti-Slavery Almanac for 1837, Being the First after Bissextile or Leap-Year, and the 61st of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati. [Illustration with single line of quotation from Isaiah] "We hold these truths to be self evident--that all men are created equal." Cincinnati [1836]
    2966 Almanacs. The Christian Almanac, for the Western Reserve, Ohio, for the Year of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, 1837 ... Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Hudson. Lat. 41 30' N. Long. 81 40' W. Cleaveland [1836]
    284 Almanacs. The Western "Patriot" and Canton Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1837; Being the First after Bissextile, or Leap Year: Containing 365 Days, and after the 4th of July, the Sixty First of American Independence. Arranged after the System of the German Calendars. Wherein, besides a Correct Calculation of the Feasts--May be Found the Solar and Lunar Eclipses; the Phases, Signs, and Southings of the Moon; the Aspects of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting and Southing of the Most Conspicuous Planets and Fixed Stars, the Equation of Time, and Other Miscellanies &c. &c. Appertaining to an Almanack. Carefully Calculated from the Latitude & Meridian of Ohio--for This State, Western Pennsylvania & Other Adjacent States by Charles F. Egelmann, [Calculator of the Hagerstown Almanack.] (Under This Title the Second-but in All the Twentieth Edition.) Canton Stark County, Ohio, [1836]
    3153 Almanacs. The American Anti-Slavery Almanac for 1838 ... Adapted to Most Parts of the United States. N. Southard, Editor. Cincinnati [1837]
    3160 Almanacs. The Western "Patriot" and Canton Almanack, for the Year of our Lord 1838; Being the Second after Bissextile, or Leap Year: Containing 365 Days, and after the 4th of July, the Sixty Second of American Independence, Arranged after the System of the German Calendars. Wherein Besides a Correct Calculation of the Feasts--May be Found the Solar and Lunar Eclipses ; [sic.] the Phases, Signs, and Southings of the Moon ; [sic.] the Aspects of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting and Southing of the Most Conspicuous Planets and Fixed Stars, the Equation of Time, and Other Miscellanies &c[.] &c. Appertaining to an Almanack. Carefully Calculated from the Latitude & Meridian of Ohio-for This State, Western Pennsylvania & the Other Adjacent States by Charles F. Egelmann, [Calculator of the Hagerstown Almanack.] Copy-Right Secured According to Law. (Under This Title the Third--But in All the Twenty-First Edition[.]) Canton[,] Stark County, Ohio [1837]
    3157 Almanacs. The Magazine Almanac, for the Year 1838 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 Deg. 56 M. North, and Longitude 6 Deg. West from Washington City. By W. Lusk. Columbus, Ohio [1837]
    3155 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1838 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati: Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 26 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All of the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Cincinnati [1837]
    3357 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1839 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. Edited by Solomon Thrifty, Elisha Dwelle, Philom. Cincinnati [1838]
    3368 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1839 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl F. Egelmann. ... Unter diesem Title zum siebenten, im Ganzen aber zum 22sten mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1838]
    3363 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanack; for the Year 1839 being the 3rd after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and of American Independence. No. 8. Cleveland [1838]
    3359 Almanacs. No. XIII. The Western farmer's almanac, for the year of our Lord 1839 ... Calculated by the Rev. John Taylor, for the meridian of Pittsburgh, in lat. 40 deg. 30 min. N. 80 deg. 8 min. W. from the meridian of Greenwich; but will serve, without any sensible variation, for Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, &c. Steubenville [1838]
    3358 Almanacs. The Liberal Almanac for 1839. By Isaac Pillsbury. Vol. I., No. 1. Cleveland [1838]
    249 Almanacs. No. XIII. The Western Farmer's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1839 ... Calculated by the Rev. John Taylor, for the Meridian of Pittsburgh, in lat. 40 deg. 30 min. N. 80 deg. 8 min. W from the Meridian of Greenwich; but will serve without any sensible variation, for Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, &c. Steubenville [1838]
    3566 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1840 ... Adapted to Mean or Clock Time. Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Cleveland, Lat. 41 Deg. 30 Min. North--Longitude 81 Deg. 30 Min. West from Greenwich. Astronomical Calculations by Seth Pratt. Cleveland [1839]
    3808 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac for the Year 1840. By Elisha Divelle. Cincinnati [1839]
    5958 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1840 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl Friedrich Egelmann. Unter diesem Title zum achten, im Ganzen aber zum 23sten Mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1839]
    3813 Almanacs. The Western "Patriot" and Canton Almanack, For The Year Of Our Lord 1841; Being the first after Bissextile, or Leap Year: Containing 365 Days, And after the 4th of July, the Sixty Fifth of American Independence. Arranged After The System Of The German Calendars. Wherein, besides a correct calculation of the feasts--may be found the Solar and Lunar Eclipses; the Phases, Signs, and southings of the Moon; the Aspects of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting and Southing of the most conspicuous Planets and fixed Stars, the Equation of Time, and other Miscellanies &c. &c, appertaining to an Almanack. Carefully calculated from the Latitude & Meridian of Ohio-for this State, Western Pennsylvania & other adjacent States by Charles F. Egelmann, (Calculator of the Hagerstown Almanack.) [Hand] Copy-Right Secured According to Law [Hand] Under this Title the Sixth-but in all the Twenty-Fourth Edition. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1840]
    3811 Almanacs. The Western Almanack for 1841. By William Lusk. Columbus [1840]
    3807 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1841 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, A.M. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1840]
    3608 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanack for 1841. By William Lusk. Columbus [1840]
    8968 Almanacs. The Western Almanack, for the Year 1841 ... Calendar Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 deg. 56 North, and Longitude 6 deg. West from Washington City, by Wm. Lusk. Columbus [1840]
    5608 Almanacs. The Farmers' Almanac: for the Year 1841 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati: Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Cincinnati, O. [1840]
    377 Almanacs. The Log Cabin Almanac for the Year 1841. By John B. Russell, Editor of The Cincinnati Almanac, Formerly Editor of the New-England Farmer. ... Cincinnati [1840]
    8792 Almanacs. The Moral Almanac, for the Year 1841 ... No. One. Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Cleveland, Lat. 41 30' N.--Lon. 81 30 ' W. from Greenwich. Astronomical Calculations by Isaac N. Pillsbury. Cleveland, Ohio [1840]
    609 Almanacs. The Western Patriot and Canton Almanack, For The Year Of Our Lord 1842; Being the first after Bissextile, or Leap Year: Containing 365 Days, And after the 4th of July, the Sixty Sixth first of American Independence. Arranged After The System Of The German Calendars. Wherein, besides a correct calculation of the feasts--may be found the Solar and Lunar Eclipses ; the Phases, Signs, and Southings of the Moon ; the Aspects of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting and Southing of the most conspicuous Planets and fixed Stars, the Equation of Time, and other Miscellanies &c. &c. appertaining to an Almanack. Carefully calculated from the Latitude & Meridian of Ohio-for this State, Western Pennsylvania & other adjacent States by Charles F. Egelmann, [Calculator of the Hagerstown Almanack.] (Under this Title the Seventh--but in all the Twenty Fifth Edition. Canton [1841]
    371 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac for 1842 ... Calendar Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus in Latitude 39 Deg. 56 M. North, and Longitude 6 Deg. West from Washington City, by William Lusk. Columbus [1841]
    606 Almanacs. The Farmers' Almanac: for the Year of Our Lord 1842 ...Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati: Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Cincinnati [1841]
    379 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1842. Number 10. By Ansel Young. From A. W. North's Bank-Street Cash Store, Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland [1841]
    610 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1842 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl Friedrich Egelmann. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1841]
    611 Almanacs. White's No. 3. Farmer's and Mechanic's Almanack, on an Improved Plan, for the Year of our Lord 1842 : ... Calculated to equal, mean, or clock time, by Sanford C. Hill, Esq. For the horizon and meridian of Chardon, lat. 41 deg. 36 min. N. long. 81 deg. 16 min. W. of Greenwich, but will serve for the adjacent states without any material variation. Chardon [1841]
    376 Almanacs. National Whig Almanac for 1842. [Cincinnati] [1841]
    375 Almanacs. The Moral Almanac, for the Year 1842 ... No. Two. Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Cleveland, Lat. 41 30' N.--Lon. 81 30' W. from Greenwich. Astronomical Calculations by Isaac N. Pillsbury. Cleveland, Ohio [1841]
    372 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1842 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 6 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1841]
    378 Almanacs. The Western Farmer and Gardener's Almanac for 1842. By Thomas Affleck. Cincinnati [1841]
    605 Almanacs. Der Cincinnatier Hinkende Bote, ein Calender fur die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord=America auf das Jahr unsers Herrn 1842, welches ein gemeines Jahr von 365 Tagen ist. Berectnet von Carl Fredrich Egelmann. Cincinnati, Ohio. [1841]
    4103 Almanacs. Hutchins' Farmers Almanac for 1843: Containing the Housewife's Manual and Cookery, over 200 Receipes in Cooling Confectionary, &c. &c. By a Western Lady. Cincinnati [1842]
    4079 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac, for 1843: Being the Third after Bissextile or Leap Year, and until July 4th, the 67th of American Independence. No. 11. Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Cleveland, lat. 41 30' N. - lon. 81 30' W. from Greenwich. Astronomical Calculations, By Ansel Young. Cleveland [1842]
    4100 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for 1843, Being 3d After Bissextile or Leap Year, and After the 4th of July, the 68th of American Independence. Calculated to Apparent Time for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 deg. 6 min. North; Long. 7 deg. 20 min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D., Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Containing a Variety of Useful Selections. Cincinnati [1842]
    4101 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1843, Being 3d after Bissextile or Leap Year, and After the 4th of July, the 68th of American Independence. Calculated to the Apparent Time for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1842]
    4102 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac or Complete Farmer's Calendar for 1843. By Joseph Ray. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1842]
    4104 Almanacs. The Moral Almanac, for the Year 1843 ... No. Three. Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Cleveland, Lat. 41 30' N.--Lon. 81 30' W. from Greenwich. Astronomical Calculations by Isaac N. Phillsbury [i.e. Pillsbury]. Cleveland, Ohio [1842]
    4105 Almanacs. The Western Almanack for 1843. By William Lusk. Columbus [1842]
    4107 Almanacs. The Western "Patriot" and Canton Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1843; Being the first after Bissextile, or Leap Year: Containing 365 Days, And After the 4th of July, the Sixty Seventh of American Independence. Arranged After the System of the German Calendars. Wherein, Besides a Correct Calculation of the Feasts--May Be Found the Solar and Lunar Eclipses; the Phases, Signs, and Southings of the Moon; the Aspects of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting and Southing of the Most Conspicuous Planets and fixed Stars, the Equation of Time, and Other Miscellanies &c. &c, Appertaining to an Almanack. Carefully Calculated from the Latitude & Meridian of Ohio--for This State, Western Pennsylvania & Other Adjacent States by Charles F. Egelmann, [Calculator of the Hagerstown Almanack.] (Under This Title the Eighth--But in All the Twenty Sixth Edition.) Canton [1842]
    6158 Almanacs. White's Farmer's and Mechanic's Almanack. By S. C. Hill. Chardon [1842]
    4109 Almanacs. Wilson's Western Pocket Almanac for 1843. By David Young. Cincinnati [1842]
    4108 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlands-freund" und Cantoner Calender auf 1843. Von Charles F. Egelmann. Canton [1842]
    4114 Almanacs. The Moral Almanac, for the Year 1844 ... No. Four. Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Cleveland, Lat. 41 30' N.--Lon. 81 30' W. from Greenwich. Astronomical Calculations by Isaac N. Phillsbury [i.e. Pillsbury]. Cleveland, Ohio [1843]
    4122 Almanacs. The Western "Patriot" and Canton Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1844; Being the first after Bissextile, or Leap Year: Containing 365 Days, And after the 4th of July, the sixty eighth of American Independence. Arranged after the System of the German Calendars. Wherein, besides a correct calculation of the feasts-may be found the Solar and Lunar Eclipses; the Phases, Signs, and southings of the Moon; the Aspects of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting and Southing of the most conspicuous Planets and fixed Stars, the Equation of Time, and other Miscellanies &c. &c, appertaining to an Almanack. Carefully calculated from the Latitude & Meridian of Ohio-for this State, Western Pennsylvania & other adjacent States by Charles F. Egelmann, [Calculator of the Hagerstown Almanack.] (rule) (Under this Title the Second-but in all the Twentieth Edition.) Canton [1843]
    6181 Almanacs. Western Farmer and Gardener's Almanac for 1844. Number 2. By Thomas Affleck. Cincinnati [1843]
    4125 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1844 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet nach dem Plane von Carl Friedrich Egelmann. ... Unter diesem Title, zum zwolften, im Ganzen aber zum 27sten Mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1843]
    4112 Almanacs. The Farmers' Almanac: for the Year of Our Lord 1844 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati: Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Cincinnati [1843]
    4123 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1844. By Ansel Young. Cleveland [1843]
    4121 Almanacs. Western Liberty Almanack for 1844. By W.B. Jarvis. Columbus [1843]
    4120 Almanacs. The Western Farmer and Gardener's Almanac for 1844. By A. Randall. Cincinnati [1843]
    4119 Almanacs. The Western Almanac for 1844. By William Lusk. Columbus [1843]
    4115 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanack for 1844. By William Lusk. Columbus [1843]
    4113 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1844 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1843]
    4124 Almanacs. The Western Whig Almanac, for the Year 1844: Being Bissextile, or Leap-Year, and after the Fourth of July the Sixty-Ninth Year of American Independence. By Charles Whittlesey. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, Mean Time-By P. Johnson. Cincinnati [1843]
    8274 Almanacs. Western Almanac, for the Year 1845. By P. Johnson. Cincinnati [1844]
    4137 Almanacs. The Western "Patriot" and Canton Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1845; Being the first after Bissextile, or Leap Year: Containing 365 Days, And after the 4th of July, the sixty-ninth of American Independence. Arranged After the System of the German Calendars. Wherein, besides a correct calculation of the feasts-may be found the Solar and Lunar Eclipses; the Phases, Signs, and southings of the Moon; the Aspects of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting and Southing of the most conspicuous Planets and fixed Stars, the Equation of Time, and other Miscellanies &c. &c, appertaining to an Almanack. Carefully calculated from the Latitude & Meridian of Ohio-for this State, Western Pennsylvania & other adjacent States by Charles F. Egelmann, (Under this Title the Thirteenth, but in all the Twenty-Eighth Edition.) Canton [1844]
    4131 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1845 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1844]
    4133 Almanacs. The Plow Boy's Almanac for 1845. Illustrated with 60 Engravings. By A. Randall, Editor of the "Plow Boy," Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati [1844]
    4135 Almanacs. United States' Liberty Almanack for 1845. Compiled by W.B. Jarvis. Columbus [1844]
    4138 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1845 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl Friedrich Egelmann. ... Unter diesem Title, zum dreizehuten, im Ganzen aber zum 28sten Mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1844]
    4139 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1845. By Ansel Young. Cleveland [1844]
    4163 Almanacs. The Western "Patriot" and Canton Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1846; Being a Bissextile, or Leap Year, Containing 365 Days, and after the 4th of July, the Seventieth of American Independence; Arranged after the System of the German Calendars by Charles Egelmann. Under this Title the Fourteenth, but in all the Twenty-Ninth Edition, Canton [1845]
    8477 Almanacs. United States Liberty Almanac [for the Year 1846.] By W.B. Jarvis. Columbus, Ohio [1845]
    8024 Almanacs. Neuer Kalender fur Nord-Amerika auf das Jahr unsers Herrn 1846 ... Fur den Horizont von Ohio und die angrenzenden Staaten berechnet, von Seth Smith. Columbus, O. [1845]
    4140 Almanacs. Allen's Land Bill Almanack for 1846. Columbus [1845]
    4141 Almanacs. The American farmer’s almanac 1846. Columbus [1845]
    4147 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanack, for the Year 1846 ... Calendar Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 Deg. 56 M. North, and Longitude 6 Deg. West from Washington City, by William Lusk. [Columbus, Ohio] [1845]
    4149 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanack for 1846. By Joseph Ray. Cincinnati [1845]
    4150 Almanacs. Farmer's Almanac, No. III, for 1846 By David Young. Cleveland, Ohio [1845]
    4152 Almanacs. The Farmer's & Mechanic's Almanac for 1846. By J. W. White. Cincinnati [1845]
    4154 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac for 1846. By Joseph Ray. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1845]
    4155 Almanacs. Friendly Monitor Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge for 1846. By H. N. Robinson, Cincinnati [1845]
    4157 Almanacs. The Ohio Meteorologist Almanac, for the Year 1846; Calculated for the Latitude and Meridian of Columbus ... Compiled and Published by C.A. Richard. Columbus [1845]
    4158 Almanacs. The People's Almanac for 1846. By H. N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1845]
    4160 Almanacs. The Pioneer Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge, for 1846. By H.N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1845]
    4164 Almanacs. The Western People's Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge, for 1846. . . . By H.N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1845]
    4165 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1846. By Ansel Young. Cincinnati [1845]
    4166 Almanacs. Der Westliche "Vaterlandsfreund" und Cantoner Calender, auf das Jahr unseres Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1846 ... Mit besonderem Fleisse nach dem Horizonte und der Nordhohe von Ohio, West-Pennsylvanien und den angrenzenden Staaten berechnet von Carl Friedrich Egelmann. ... Unter diesem Title, zum vierzehuten, im Ganzen aber zum 29sten Mal herausgegeben. Canton, Stark County, Ohio [1845]
    4168 Almanacs. White's No. 7, Farmer's and Mechanic's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1846. ... Painesville, Ohio [1845]
    7637 Almanacs. People's Almanac for 1846. By H. N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1845]
    4159 Almanacs. The Pioneer Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge for 1846. By H.N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1845]
    4180 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanac, No. IV. 1847. Calculated for the Meridian of the Western Reserve. By David Young. Cleveland, Ohio [1846]
    8275 Almanacs. General Taylor's Old Rough And Ready Almanac, 1847. Cincinnati [1846]
    4178 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanack for 1847. By William Lusk. Columbus [1846]
    4183 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanack for 1847. By William Lusk, Columbus [1846]
    4184 Almanacs. The Pioneer Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge for 1847. By H.N. Robinson, Cincinnati [1846]
    4190 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1847. By Ansel Young. Cleveland [1846]
    4191 Almanacs. The Young Vermont Mathematician's Almanac, for the year 1847 ... Containing, Besides the Usual Variety of Matter, a Sketch of the Life of Its Author. Astronomical Calculations by Truman H. Safford, Jun., Aged 10 Years. Calculated for the Latitude and Longitude of Cincinnati, Ohio. Latitude, 39 5' 54" North. Longitude, 84 23' 0" Cincinnati [1846]
    5365 Almanacs. Farmers & Mechanics Almanac for 1847. Columbus [1846]
    42 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1847 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Containing a Variety of Useful Selections. Cincinnati [1846]
    54 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1847. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1846].
    4194 Almanacs. The Country People's Almanac for 1848. Dayton [1847]
    5676 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanac, for 1848. By H.N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1847]
    4195 Almanacs. The Cultivator Almanac for 1848. By Luther Tucker. Cleveland [1847]
    4197 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanac for 1848. By David Young. Calculated for the Meridian of the Western Reserve. Cleveland [1847]
    4199 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1848, Being the Fourth After Leap Year, and After the Fourth of July the 73rd of American Independence. Calculated to Apparent Time for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati [1847]
    4200 Almanacs. The Nu Speling and Nu Legislashun Aulmanak for 1848. ...Bi Bartlet Baker. Sinsinati [Cincinnati] [1847]
    4216 Almanacs. The Pioneer Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge. For 1848. By H.N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1847]
    4219 Almanacs. The Western Patriot and Canton Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1848, Being a Bissextile, or Leap Year Containing 366 Days, and after the 4th of July, the Seventy-second of American Independence. Arranged After the System of the German Calenders, [sic] Wherein besides a correct calculation of the feasts--may be found the so,lar [sic] and lunar eclipses; the phases, signs, and southings of the moon- [sic] the aspects of the planets, with the rising, setting and southing of the most conspicuous planets and fixed stars, the equation of time and other miscellanies, &c. appertaining to an almanack.--Carefully calculated from the latitude & meridian of Ohio, for this state, western Pennsylvania and the other adjacent states, by Charles F. Egelmann. Under this title the Sixteenth, but in all the Thirty=First Edition. Canton, Stark Co., Ohio [1847]
    4220 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1848. By Ansel Young. Cleveland [1847]
    4234 Almanacs. The Pioneer Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge, for 1849 ... By H.N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1848]
    7940 Almanacs. Western Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1849. By William Lusk. Columbus, Ohio [1848]
    4232 Almanacs. Ohio Cultivator Almanac, for the Year 1849. By M.B. Bateham, ed. O. Cultivator. Calculated for the Meredian [sic] of Central Ohio. [Columbus] [1848]
    4228 Almanacs. The Farmer's Western Reserve Almanac for 1849; being the First Year after Bissextile, and, until July 4th, the 73d Year of American Independence. Astronomical Calculations for Northern Ohio, and the Lake Country Generally. By E.L. Gibbs, Philom. Windsor, Ashtabula Co., O. Cleveland [1848]
    4235 Almanacs. The Pioneer Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge, for 1849. By H.N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1848]
    4254 Almanacs. Trescott's Pioneer Almanac for 1850. By H. N. Robinson. Salem [1849]
    4253 Almanacs. Trescott's German-English Almanac for 1850. By Horatio N. Robinson. Salem [1849]
    4252 Almanacs. The Pioneer Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge. For 1850 ... By H.N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1849]
    4251 Almanacs. The Pioneer Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge for 1850. By H. N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1849]
    4250 Almanacs. James' Farmer's Almanac for 1850. By Horatio N. Robinson. Madison [1849]
    4249 Almanacs. James' Farmer's Almanac for 1850. By Horatio N. Robinson. Cincinnati [1849]
    4248 Almanacs. Gibbs' Western Reserve Almanac for 1850. By E. L. Gibbs. Cleveland [1849]
    4247 Almanacs. The Farmer's Western Reserve Almanac, for 1850 ... Astronomical Calculations for Northern Ohio, and the Lake Country Generally. By E.L. Gibbs, Philom., Windsor, Ashtabula Co., O. Warren, Ohio [1849]
    4246 Almanacs. The Farmer's Western Reserve Almanac for 1850, Being the Second Year after Bissextile, and, until July 4th, the 74th Year of American Independence. Comprising the Motions of the Sun and Moon, the Lunations, Conjunctions, Eclipses, Rising and Setting of the Sun and Moon, Lengths of Days and Nights, the Anatomy of Man's Body, Events and Dates of the Mexican War, &c. &c. Astronomical Calculations for Northern Ohio, and the Lake Country Generally. By E.L. Gibbs, Philom., Windsor, Ashtabula Co., O. [Cleveland, Ohio] [1849]
    4241 Almanacs. The Delaware Almanac, for the Year 1850. ... Calendar Calculated for the Meridian of Delaware, by William Lusk. [Delaware] [1849]
    4239 Almanacs. The Boston Store Almanac for 1850. By Horace Martin. Painesville [1849]
    4238 Almanacs. The American Family Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1850: Being, till July 4th, the Seventy-Fourth Year of American Independence. [Illustration: farm implements and staff of wheat] By George R. Perkins, A.M. Principal of the N. Y[.] State Normal School. Cincinnati [1849]
    8726 Almanacs. Western Almanack. Columbus 1850. Columbus [1849]
    8794 Almanacs. Trescott's Pioneer Almanac, on a New and Improved Plan, for the Year of Our Lord 1851. ... By H.N. Robinson. Salem, Ohio [1850]
    9513 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Farmers' Almanac for the Year 1851. Cleveland [1850]
    659 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord, 1806. Being the Second after Bissextile, or Leap Year. Containing, besides the Common Articles, Some Other Curious Useful Matter. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati. By Robert Stubbs, Philomathes. Cincinnati 1805.
    679 Almanacs. [Teutscher Calender. Cincinnati 1807]
    796 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1814, being the Second after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Thirty-Ninth Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Cincinnati, in Latitu [sic] 39 Deg. 7 Min. N. Longitude 84 Deg. 15 Min. W. By Robert Stubbs, Philom. Cincinnati 1813.
    1174 Almanacs. The Friend of Peace Almanac, No. 2. The Year of Our Lord 1821, being the First after Bissextile or Leap Year; Containing the Usual Astronomical Calculations; and a Variety of Other Useful and Interesting Matter. Calculated from the Meridian of Cincinnati, Latitude 39 30' West from Greenwich: [Six lines of quotation] Lebanon, Ohio. 1820.
    1275 Almanacs. The Ohio Register, and Western Calendar, Containing an Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord, 1822; Being the Second after Bissextile, or Leap Year, Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus. In North Latitude, 36o 56'. West Longitude, 6o from Washington City, or 83 from London. Also Lists of Officers, Civil, Judicial, Military, Ecclesiastic and Masonic in the State of Ohio. Likewise, Catalogues of the Officers of the General Government, &c. To be Continued Annually. By William Lusk. Worthington 1821.
    1270 Almanacs. The Chillicothe Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1822... No. IV. Calculated by Samuel Burr, Philom. for the Latitude of 39 7' N. and Longitude 84 30' W. from Greenwich; but will Serve without Any Sensible Variation, for the States of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania. Chillicothe 1821.
    1271 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord, 1822 Being Second after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and After the Fourth of July, the 47th Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in North Latitude, 36 56'. West Longitude, 6 from Washington City, or 83 from London. Also, a List of the Principal Officers of This State, and of the United States... By William Lusk. [Worthington] 1821.
    1548 Almanacs. The Friends' Almanac for 1826. Cincinnati 1824.
    1545 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1826 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 56' North, and Longitude 6 West from Washington City. By William Lusk. Columbus 1825.
    1546 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack; or, Complete Farmer's Calendar, for the Year of Our Lord 1826 ... Calculated from the Meridian of Cincinnati, lat. 39 deg. 7 min. N. long. 7 deg. 25 min. W. from Washington; but will Serve, without Essential Variation, for any of the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom.; ... Together with the Maxims and Advice of Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati 1825.
    1547 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack; or, Farmer's Calender [sic] for 1826. By Samuel Burr. Cincinnati 1825.
    2099 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1832: Being Bissextile, or Leap Year; And after July 4th, the 57th of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati; Latitude 39 deg. 7 min. North Longitude 7 deg. 26 min. West from Washington; but Will Serve, with Little Variation, for All the Western States. By Samuel Burr, Philom. Cincinnati 1831.
    2103 Almanacs. Der Ohio Bauern Calender, auf das Jahr unsers Heilandes Jesu Christi 1832 ... Mit besonderem Fleiss nach dem Ohio und der angranzenden Staaten Horizont und Nordhohe berechnet, von Samuel Burr. Zum zweytenmal herausgegeben. Cincinnati 1831.
    2098 Almanacs. The Columbus Magazine Almanac for 1832. By William Lusk. Columbus 1831.
    2095 Almanacs. The Christian Almanac, for the Western Reserve...Ohio, for the Year of Our Lord and Savior Jesus The Christ, 1832: Being Bissextile, or Leap Year, and the Fifty-Sixth of the Independence of the United States. Calculated for the Meridian of Cleveland. Lat 41 31', Long. 81 46'. Hudson 1831.
    2100 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanack for 1832. By Samuel Burr. Cincinnati 1831.
    2233 Almanacs. The Ohio Farmers' Almanack, for the Year 1833: Being the First Year after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Fifty-Eighth Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 56' North, and Longitude 6 West, from Washington, (D.C.) By William Brown. Columbus 1832.
    2102 Almanacs. The Ohio Antimasonic Almanack for the Year 1832. Columbus 1832. [i.e. 1831]
    6665 Almanacs. Der Deutsche Baueren Calender, Auf das Jahr...1834. William Lusk. Columbus 1833.
    2378 Almanacs. The Farmer's Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ, 1834: Being the Second after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the July 4th, the 59th of American Independence. By Elisha Dwelle, Philom Cincinnati 1833.
    2376 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1834: Being Second after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and after the Fourth of July, the Fifty-Ninth Year of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39deg. 56m. North, and Longitude 6deg. West from Washington City. By Wm. Lusk. Published by the Author. [Columbus] 1834. [i.e. 1833]
    2377 Almanacs. The Columbus Magazine Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1834 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, Latitude 39 Deg. 56 M. North, and Longitude 6 Deg. West from Washington City. By Wm. Lusk. [Columbus] 1834. [i.e. 1833]
    6018 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1834 ... Calculated for the Meridian of Columbus, in Latitude 39 Deg. 56 M. North, and Longitude 6 Deg. West from Washington City. By William Lusk. [Columbus] 1834. [i.e. 1833]
    3154 Almanacs. The Columbus Almanac for the Year 1838. By W. Lusk. Columbus 1837.
    3156 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac: for 1838 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Cincinnati 1837.
    4589 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1838. Number 7. By Ansel Young. Cleveland 1837.
    3159 Almanacs. The Western Farmer's Almanac for 1838. No. XII. By Rev. John Taylor. Steubenville 1837.
    3158 Almanacs. Taylor's Western Farmer's Common Almanac for 1838. By Rev. John Taylor. Steubenville 1837.
    3809 Almanacs. The Log Cabin Almanack for 1841. By William Lusk. Columbus 1840.
    380 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1842 ... No. 10. Calculated for the horizon and meridian of Cleveland, lat. 41° 30' N.--lon. 81° 30' W. from Greenwich. By Ansel Young. Cleveland 1841.
    5750 Almanacs. Annual Register of the Methodist Protestant Church. No. 4. Putnam 1847.
    4231 Almanacs. The Ohio Almanack for 1849. By William Lusk. Columbus 1848.
    4237 Almanacs. The Western Reserve Almanac for 1849. By Ansel Young. Cleveland 1848.
    4229 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1849 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati 1848.
    4230 Almanacs. James' Farmer's Almanac for 1849. By Horatio N. Robinson. Cincinnati 1848.
    8788 Almanacs. The Freeman's Almanac, for the Year 1851 ... Calculated for the Meridian and Parallel of Cincinnati, Lat. 39 Deg. 7 Min. North; Long. 7 Deg. 20 Min. West from Washington; But Will Serve with Little Variation for All the Western States. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Woodward College. Edited by Solomon Thrifty. Cincinnati 1850.
    9515 Almanacs. [Farmer's and Mechanics German English Almanac for the Year 1851. Cincinnati 1850]
    7554 American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Boston Missionary Papers. Memoirs of Asaad Esh Shidak. Missionary Papers, No. 3. 3rd ed. Cincinnati 1833.
    7264 American Citizen. Rev. Cha's B. Boynton on Nativism Reviewed by an American Citizen. Cincinnati 1847.
    118 Anderson, Charles, 1814-1895. Fourteenth Anniversary Address, Delivered before the St. Peter's Benevolent Society, of Cincinnati on the Thirteenth December, 1847. By Charles Anderson, Esq. Cincinnati 1848.
    34 Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880. Memoir of Catharine Brown, a Christian Indian of the Cherokee Nation. 3d ed. Cincinnati 1827.
    1993 Anti-Masonic State Convention. Canton. Proceedings of the Ohio Anti-Masonic State Convention, Held at Canton, Ohio on the 21st and 23nd Days of July, 1830. [Painesville 1830].
    1996 Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in North America. General Synod. The Judicial Acts of the General Synod, of the Associated Reformed Church of North America, Emitted, from Time to Time, as Occasional Testimonies Against Prevailing Errors: Together with a Warning Against Hopkinsian and Other Allied Errors, Addressed by the Associated Reformed Synod of the West to the Churches under Their Care; with A Short Narrative Prefixed of the State and Progress of Such Errors. To All Which Is Prefixed the Original Constitution of the Associate Reformed Church. Washington, Ohio 1830.
    9924 Associated Synod of North America. Presbytery of Miami. A Pastoral Letter, from the Presbytery of Miami, to the Churches under Their Care. [Cincinnati 1919]
    6409 Association for Practical Science. Cincinnati. Articles of Association, Constitution, and By-Laws of the Association for Practical Science. Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati 1847.
    9263 Association of the Regular Baptist Churches of Color in Ohio. Minutes of the Second Annual Association, of the Regular Baptist Churches of Color in Ohio, Convened in the City of Columbus, September 8, 9, & 10, 1837. Columbus 1837.
    7439 Association of the Regular Baptist Churches of Color in Ohio. Minutes of the Fifth Annual Association of the Regular Baptist Churches of Color in Ohio Held August 13th, 15th, and 18th, 1840. [Chillicothe 1840]
    7320 Athenaeum. Cincinnati. Circular. The Athenaeum. Cincinnati, Ohio. [Cincinnati 1832]
    6730 Atlee, Edwin Augustus, 1766-1852. Review of a Work, Entitled "Memoranda Illustrative of the Tombs and Sepulchral Decorations of the Egyptians;["] with a Key to the Egyptian Tomb, Now Exhibiting in Piccadilly, &c. &c. Printed at London, 1822. By Edwin A. Atlee, M.D. Cincinnati 1833.
    6345 Atlee, Samuel Yorke. Independent Order of Odd Fellows. An Oration, By Samuel Yorke Atlee, Esq. Cincinnati 1833.
    105 Atwater, Caleb, 1778-1867. A History of the State of Ohio, Natural and Civil. By Caleb Atwater, A.M. Member of the American Antiquarian Society; of the Rhode Island Historical Society; of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York; and of the American Geological Society; Author of Western Antiquities; Tour to Prairie du Chien, etc., etc. Second Edition. Cincinnati [1838].
    79 Atwater, Caleb, 1778-1867. Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien; Thence to Washington City, in 1829. By Caleb Atwater, Late Commissioner Employed by the United States to Negotiate with the Indians of the Upper Mississippi, for the Purchase of Mineral Country; and Author of Western Antiquities. Columbus 1831.
    6619 Atwater, Caleb, 1778-1867. Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie de Chien; Thence to Washington City in 1829. By Caleb Atwater, Late Commissioner Employed by the United States to Negotiate with the Indians of the Upper Mississippi, for the Purchase of Mineral Country; and Author of Western Antiquities. Columbus, (O.) 1831.
    268 Atwater, Caleb, 1778-1867. The Writings of Caleb Atwater. Columbus 1833.
    6648 Auer, Konrad. Rechenbuch, und zwar das Rechnen nach Raisonnement fur die Deutschen Schulen der Vereinigten Staaten, bearbeitet von Konrad Auer und Martin Schaad. Cincinnati 1849.
    9084 Auglaize Baptist Association. Minutes of the Fourth Anniversary of the Auglaize Baptist Association, Held at Columbus Grove, Putnam County O. Sept. 22-24. 1849. Lima, O. [1849]
    4624 Auglaize Baptist Association. Minutes of the Auglaize Baptist Association, at Its Organization at Lima, August 15, 1845. A meeting, preparatory to the organization of a new Association, was held at St. Marys, Nov., 15, 1844, at which time our present organization, was determined upon, and a partial organization effected, as will appear in the following items of business: 1st. The organization of Churches into a Missionary body. 2d. The appointment of a missionary Board. 3d. The appointment of a Committee to draft a Constitution. 4th. Appointment of Elder Fuson, to preach introductory sermon, and adjournment to the time and place above named. Lima 1845.
    3172 Auglaize Baptist Association. Minutes of the Auglaize Baptist Association, at Its First Anniversary, Held with the Mercer Church, Mercer Co., O. September, 1846. Wm. Chaffee, Moderator, Lima, Allen County, O. Wm. S. Rose, Clerk, " " " " A.D. Levering, Ass't Clerk, St. Mary's Cercer Co., O. Annual Meeting, Saturday before the 4t5h Sabbath in Sept'r. Lima, O. 1846.
    9082 Auglaize Baptist Association. Minutes of the Auglaize Baptist Association, at Its Second Anniversary, Held with the Mt. Zion Church, Allen Co., O. September 25--27, 1847. J.G. Van Volkenburg, Moderator, Van Wert, Ohio. Wm. S. Rose, Clerk, Lima, Alllen [sic] County Ohio. Annual Meeting, Saturday before the 4th Sab. in Sept. Lima, Ohio 1847
    9083 Auglaize Baptist Association. Minutes of the Auglaize Baptist Association, at Its Third Anniversary, Held with the St. Mary's Church, Auglaize Co. O. September 23--25, 1848. J.G. Van Volkenburg, Moderator, Van Wert, O. S.M. Brown, Clerk, Wapakoneta, Auglaize Co., O, Annual Meeting, Saturday before the 4th Sab. in Sept. Lima, Ohio 1848
    9085 Auglaize Baptist Association. Minutes of the Fifth Anniversary of the Auglaize Baptist Association, Held in Willshire, Van Wirt Co., Ohio. September 21--23, 1850. Cincinnati 1850.
    2240 Aydelott, B. P. (Benjamin Parham), 1795-1880. Rev. B.P. Aydelott, in Answer to the Rt. Rev. P. Chase. Cincinnati 1832.
    4494 Aydelott, B. P. (Benjamin Parham), 1795-1880. Our Country's Evils and Their Remedy by B.P. Aydelott. Cincinnati 1843.
    4692 Aydelott, B. P. (Benjamin Parham), 1795-1880. Incidental Benefits of Denominational Division an Argument for Christian Union. By B.P. Aydelott. Cincinnati 1846.
    5292 Aydelott, Benjamin Parham, 1795-1880. The Memory of the Just a Discourse, Preached on the Occasion of the Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Beresford, and Mrs. Eliza Holroyd ... Cincinnati 1849
    4089 Ayres, Eliza W., 1824-1846. Memento Mori. Eliza W. Ayres, Daughter of John S. and Sarah Williams. Cincinnati, November 18, 1846. Cincinnati 1846.
    1203 Ayres, Richard. To the Electors of Hamilton County. Exposure of the corrupt practices of James W. Gazlay. [Cincinnati ]
    3369 Bachtel, Christian, 1803-1833. Leben, Bekenntniss und Hinrichtung von Christian Bachtel, welcher fur die Ermordung seiner Frau, Mary Bachtel, zu Canton, Stark County, Ohio, am 22sten November, 1833, hingerichtet wurde. Canton, Ohio 1833.
    4621 Backwoods Girls' Social Band for Improvement. Address from the Backwoods Girls' Social Band for Improvement. Convened near Mountpleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio. 1845. [Mount Pleasant] [1845]
    4415 Backwoods Girls' Social Band for Improvement. Address from the Backwoods Girls' Social Band for Improvement; Convened near Mountpleasant, Jefferson Co. To All Tobacco Eaters, Smokers, and Snuffers. [Cincinnati] 1845.
    4769 Backwoods Girls' Social Band for Improvement. Address from the Backwoods Girls' Social Band for Improvement. Convened near Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio. 1845. To all tobacco eaters, smokers, and snuffers, to whom this may come, greeting. [Second Edition.] [Martin's Ferry, Ohio 1847]
    4768 Backwoods Girls' Social Band for Improvement. Address from the Backwoods Girls' Social Band for Improvement; Convened near Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio, 1845. To All Tobacco Eaters, Smokers, and Snuffers, to Whom This May Come Greeting. [Second Edition.] [Cincinnati 1847]
    29 Bacon, Henry. Lessee D. M'Arthur vs. John Reynolds. Letter from Henry Bacon, Esq. Council for the Plaintiff, Containing a Brief Exposition of the Proceedings of the Above Action of Ejectment, in the Court of Common Pleas, for the County of Champaign, Ohio, with His Arguments in Support of the Same. [Dayton? 1827]
    406 Bacon's Mercantile College. Cincinnati. R.S. Bacon's Mercantile College Catalogue, South-East Corner of Fifth & Walnut Sts. [Six lines of quotation] [Cincinnati, O. 1849]
    7322 Baldwin Institute. Berea. Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the Baldwin Institute (North Ohio Conference,) Berea, Ohio, for the Term ending July 1, 1846. Cleveland 1846.
    7323 Baldwin Institute. Berea. Catalogue of the Officers & Students of the Baldwin Institute, (North Ohio Conference), Berea, Ohio, for the Term Ending July 30, 1847. Cleveland 1847.
    7324 Baldwin Institute. Berea. Catalogue of the Officers & Students of the Baldwin Institute, (North Ohio Conference,) Berea, Ohio. For the Term Ending June 30, 1848. Elyria, Ohio 1848.
    7325 Baldwin Institute. Berea. Catalogue of the Corporation, Faculty, and Students of Baldwin Institute, Berea, Ohio. For the Academic Year 1848-9. Sandusky City 1849.
    7326 Baldwin Institute. Berea. Catalogue of the Corporation, Faculty and Students of Baldwin Institute, Berea, Ohio, for the Academic Year 1849-50. Cleveland, Ohio 1850.
    6590 Baldwin, Daniel T. Letter from Dan'l T. Baldwin, to Rev. B. Hill, Pastor of the Baptist Church in Avon. Elyria 1840.
    8190 Baldwin, Enos P. Geography. The World in a Pamphlet Comprising the Subdivisions, Capitals and Their Location, Square Miles, Population, Forms of Government, State of Society, and Prevailing Religion, Bodies of Water, Rivers, Capes, Mountains, and Islands on the Globe "Taken from Olney's Forty-Fourth Edition of 1844." By Enos P. Baldwin. Cincinnati 1845.
    7419 Baldwin, Michael. To the Electors of the State of Ohio. Re: Baldwin answers some parts of Duncan M'Arthur's piece, a handbill signed "A Friend to Langham and Baldwin." Chillicothe [1803]
    6140 Bank of Chillicothe. Chillicothe. Circular. Bank of Chillicothe, June 30, 1841. At a meeting of the Stockholders of the Bank of Chillicothe, in pursuance of a previous call by the Board of Directors, on Wednesday, June 30, 1841, Wm. Creighton, jr., Esq. was called to preside at said meeting, and James P. Campbell was appointed Secretary; when, after a full expose of the condition of the affairs of the Bank, on motion of N. Sawyier, Esq., it was [resolutions, and condition of the bank follows] [Chillicothe 1841]
    10148 Bank of St. Clair. Newark, Ohio. Bank of St. Clair. To The Public. Some few individuals, for the purpose of injuring us, have attempted to cast discredit upon the circulation of the Bank of St. Clair, by calling a public meeting of the citizens of this place, (as will be seen by the call annexed) to take measures against this currency. We have thought proper to lay before the community, at the earliest opportunity, the proceedings of the meeting assembled in obedience to said call, as reported by a gentleman present, that the public may not be unnessarily [sic] excited by the industrious clamor, raised on this occasion, by a few personal enemies. J.O. & H. Smith. Newark, November 27, 1841. [Newark 1841]
    5137 Bannorris, Amanda Bently, 1817-1846. The Female Land Pirate; or, Awful, Mysterious, and Horrible Disclosures of Amanda Bannorris, Wife and Accomplice of Richard Bannorris, a Leader of That Terrible Band of Robbers and Murderers, Known Fare and Wide as the Murrell Men. Cincinnati 1847.
    7058 Bannorris, Amanda Bently, 1817-1846. The Female Land Pirate; or, Awful, Mysterious, and Horrible Disclosures of Amanda Bannorris, Wife and Accomplice of Richard Bannorris, a Leader in that Terrible Band of Robbers and Murderers, Known Far and Wide as the Murrell Men. Cincinnati 1848.
    7748 Bar Society of Ohio. Columbus. Columbus, March 1, 1822. Dear Sir: The Bar Society of Ohio have made it the duty of the Secretary to appoint five gentlemen in each circuit, to report the important decisions in the Common Pleas and Supreme Court. I do myself the pleasure to select you as one of them. [Columbus,] 1822. [Columbus 1822]
    5210 Bar Society of Ohio. Columbus. The Bar Society of Ohio have Made It the Duty of the Secretary to Appoint Fine Gentlemen...E. Whittlesey, March 1, 1822. [Columbus 1822]
    7012 Barber, John Warner, 1798-1885. Historical, Poetical and Pictorial American Scenes; Principally Moral and Religious; Being a Selection of Interesting Incidents in American History: to which is Added a Historical Sketch of Each of the United States. Cincinnati 1850.
    8798 Barclay, Erastus Elmer, 1820 or 21-1888. Truth is stranger than fiction. The greatest trial in America, just published. Trial of Marg't Howard, in Cincinnati, April 30, May 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1849, for the murder of Mary Ellen Smith, alias Howard, February 2, 1849, to which is prefixed a memoir of her life by Charles H. Brough, president judge of the trial. ... Cincinnati 1849]
    922 Barns, Lucy, 1780-1809. The Female Christian Containing a Selection from the Writings of Miss Lucy Barns: Who Departed This Life August 27, 1809. Warren 1816.
    2140 Barnum, H. L. The Spy Unmasked; or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, Alias Harvey Birch, the Hero of Mr. Cooper's Tale of the Neutral Ground: Being an Authentic Account of the Secret Services Which He Rendered His Country during the Revolutionary War. (Taken from His Own Lips, in Short-Hand.) Comprising Many Interesting Facts and Anecdot [sic] Never before Published. By H.L. Barnum. Embellished with a Correct Likeness of the Hero, with a Fac Simile of His Signature. Second Edition. Cincinnati 1831.
    232 Barnum, H. L. Farmer's Farrier, Illustrating the Peculiar Nature and Characteristic of the Horse, and the Diseases to Which He Is Liable, with the Symptoms and Remedies Familiarly Explained; Accompanied with the Pedigree of the Blooded Horses in the West. With Several Elegant Engravings. By H.L. Barnum, Editor of the United States Agriculturalist, and Farmer's Reporter. Cincinnati 1831.
    7073 Barrett, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Fiske), 1808-1892. Rev. B.F. Barrett's Review of Rev. T. L. Harris' Lectures on "Spiritual Philosophy." Cincinnati 1840.
    4439 Barrett, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Fiske), 1808-1892. A Few More Thoughts on Baptism. [Cincinnati] 1848.
    4972 Barrett, George. A Controversy on the Sabbath Between Geo. Barrett and Andrew Heron. Published by Geo. Barrett. [s.l.] 1849.
    4028 Bartlett, Samuel Colcord, 1817-1898. The Moral Relations of Physical Science. An Address Delivered at the Commencement of the Medical Department of Western Reserve College, at Cleveland, March 6, 1850, by Samuel C. Bartlett, M.A. Hudson 1850.
    154 Bartley, Thomas W. (Thomas Welles), 1812-1885. Speech of Hon. Thomas W. Bartley, Delivered, by Request, before a Democratic Meeting, Held in the City of Columbus, on Saturday Evening, November 27, 1847, on the War Question; In Which the Administration Is Fully Vindicated Against the Charges of Henry Clay, In His Speech at Lexington, Kentucky. Columbus 1847.
    4808 Barton, Charles, 1768-1843. Barton's History of a Suit in Equity, from Its Commencement to Its Final Termination. Rev. and Enl. With Forms of Bills, Answers, Pleas, Demurrers and Decrees. By James P. Holcombe. With an Appendix. Containing the Ordinances of Lord Bacon, Rules of Practice in Equity, in the Circuit Courts of the United States, and the English Orders of Chancery. Cincinnati 1847.
    8873 Bascom, H. B. (Henry Bidleman), 1796-1850. United States Circuit Court, District of Ohio. Henry B. Bascom and Others vs. Leroy Swormstedt, John H. Power, and Others. Bill of Complaint. Spencer & Corwine, John S. Brien, Henry Stanberry [i.e, Stanbery], Solicitors for Complainants. Cincinnati 1850.
    1284 Bates, Elisha, 1781-1861. The Juvenile Expositor, or Child's Dictionary, Designed for the Use of Schools. By Elisha Bates. Second Edition Corrected. Mountpleasant, Ohio 1821.
    324 Bates, Elisha, 1781-1861. The Doctrines of Friends: or Principles of the Christian Religion, as Held by the Society of Friends, Commonly Called Quakers. By Elisha Bates. Second Edition. Mountpleasant 1825.
    3186 Bates, Elisha, 1781-1861. An Examination of Certain Proceedings and Principles of the Society of Friends, Called Quakers. By Elisha Bates. [Five lines of quotation] St. Clairsville 1837.
    7721 Bates, Rebecca. Proposals, For Publishing, In Mountpleasant, Ohio, A Monthly Paper, To Be Called, The Social Circle. Edited And Published By Rebecca Bates. Mountpleasant, 2th month, 1827. Subscription Form. Mountpleasant 1827.
    745 Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. The Reformed Pastor, a Discourse on the Pastoral Office. Designed Principally to Explain and Recommend the Duty of Personal Instruction and Catechising. To Which is Added an Appendix, Containing Some Hints of Advice to Students for the Ministry, and to Tutors. Written by the Reverend and Pious Mr. Richard Baxter. Abridged and Reduced to a New Method by Samuel Palmer. Cincinnati 1811.
    746 Beauchamp, William, 1772-1824. Essays on the Truth of the Christian Religion: By the Rev. William Beauchamp. Marietta 1811.
    831 Beaver Baptist Association. Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Convened at New-Lisbon, Columbiana County, Ohio, August 25th, 26th, and 27th, 1814. New-Lisbon [1814]
    9066 Beaver Baptist Association. Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Held by Appointment in Warren, August 22nd, 23d, and 24th, 1816.
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    797 Beaver Baptist Association. Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Convened at Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio, August 19, 20, and 21, 1813. New-Lisbon, Ohio 1813.
    5913 Beaver Baptist Association. Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association; Convened at Unity, Mercer County, (Pa.) August 24th, 25th and 26th, 1815. To Which Are Annexed the Constitution and Rules of Decorum of the Association. Warren 1815.
    5915 Beaver Baptist Association. Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Held by Appointment at Sharon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, August 21st, 22nd and 23d, 1817. [Wooster 1817]
    1038 Beaver Baptist Association. Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Held by Appointment at Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio, August 20th, 21st, and 23rd, 1818. Warren, (Ohio) 1818.
    1097 Beaver Baptist Association. Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Held by Appointment at Newlisbon, Columbiana County, Ohio, August 19, 20, 21, and 22, 1819. Newlisbon 1819.
    4870 Bebb, William, 1802-1873. Cincinnati: Her Position, Duty and Destiny. An Address before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati, in Celebration of Its Thirteenth Anniversary, April 18, 1848. By William Bebb, Governor of Ohio. Cincinnati 1848.
    3587 Beck, William, general agent. Money and Banking or Their Nature and Effects Considered. Together with a Plan for the Universal Diffusion of Their Legitimate Benefits without Their Evils. By a Citizen of Ohio. Cincinnati 1839.
    7192 Beecher, Catharine Esther, 1800-1878 and Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896. Primary Geography for Children. Fifth Edition. Cincinnati 1833.
    2401 Beecher, Catharine Esther, 1800-1878 and Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896. Primary Geography for Children on an Improved Plan. With Eleven Maps and Numerous Engarvings. Cincinnati 1833.
    7605 Beecher, Catharine Esther, 1800-1878. The Moral Instructor; for Schools and Families: Containing Lessons on the Duties of Life, Arranged for Study and Recitation[.] Also, Designed as a Reading Book for Schools. By Catherine E. Beecher, Late Principal of the Female Seminary, Hartford. Prepared for the Eclectic Series[.] Revised and Improved Stereotype Edition[.] Cincinnati 1841.
    8880 Beecher, Edward, 1803-1895. Narrative of Riots at Alton: in Connection with the Death of Elijah P. Lovejoy. By Edward Beecher, President of Illinois College. Alton [Ill.] 1838.
    2995 Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863. Views in Theology. By Lyman Beecher, D.D., President of Lane Theological Seminary. Published by Request of the Synod of Cincinnati. Second Edition. Cincinnati 1836.
    1565 Bell, Daniel S. American Speeches, or, Some Valuable Specimens of Congressional Eloquence; Together, with Several Presidential Messages, a Biography of Henry Clay, and Some Pieces of Interest. Xenia 1825.
    1649 Benezet, Anthony A. The Family Physician; Comprising Rules for the Prevention and Cure of Diseases; Calculated Particularly for the Inhabitants of the Western Country, and for Those Who Navigate Its Waters. With a Dispensatory and Appendix. This Work Affords, in Simple Language, a Concentration of All the Practical Matter Which Can be Derived from the Best Authorities. With Original Remarks. By a Graduate of the Pennsylvania University, and Honorary Member of the Medical Society of Philadelphia. Who Has for Years Been Acquainted with the Modes of Living, and with the Diseases of the West. Cincinnati [1826]
    5945 Benham, Joseph S. An Oration on the Character and Service of General Lafayette, Delivered at the Celebration of His Visit to Cincinnati, May 20, 1825; in the Presence of the "Nations' Guest" and an Immense Concourse of Citizens. By J.S. Benham. At the Request of the Committee of Arrangements. [Cincinnati] 1825.
    4874 Bennett, Emerson, 1822-1905. The Renegade. A Historical Romance of Border Life. Cincinnati 1848.
    4973 Bennett, Emerson, 1822-1905. Leni-Leoti; or, Adventures in the Far West. By Emerson Bennett. Author of the "Bandits of the Osage," "The Renegades," "Mike Fink," "Kate Clarendon," etc. etc. [Eight lines verse] Cincinnati and St. Louis 1849.
    9889 Bennett, J. Steam Doctors and Pretended Medical Reforms Unmasked, with a Recantation by J. Bennett and J. Lamborn. Cincinnati 1844.
    4499 Benton, David D. An Exhibition in the Hall of Inanimate Speakers; or A Personification of Various Material and Ideal Objects: Designed, Not Only to Amuse, But to Improve the Mind in Virtue, Piety and Benevolence. By David D. Benton. [Four lines of poetry by Gay] Ravenna 1843.
    10144 Berea Seminary. Berea. Circular. To the Stockholders of the Berea Seminary: The original design of this Institution having been abandoned, and a majority of the Stockholders having signified a desire to have the affair closed up, in order that they may realize their own interest in it, the following resolution was unanimously adopted at a meeting of the Board of Trustees, held Oct. 11, 1850: ... Trustees of Berea Seminary, By James Wallace, Sec'y. [Berea 1850]
    2424 Bethany Regular Baptist Church (Wooster, Ohio). The Church Covenant. The Covenant and Articles of Faith, Adopted August 2, 1812, of the Regular Baptist Church, Called Bethany, at Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio. [Wooster 1842]
    9431 Bethel Society. Zanesville. [Constitution of the Zanesville Bethel Association. Zanesville 1836]
    2010 Bible. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Together with the Apocrypha. Translated Out of the Original Tongues, and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised. With Canne's Marginal Notes and References to Which are Added, an Appendix. Stereotyped by E. White, New York. Cincinnati 1830.
    6024 Bible. The Holy Bible...With Canne's Marginal Notes and References. Cincinnati 1849.
    6753 Bible. N. T. Acts, Epistles and Revelation. Dakota. 1843. Riggs. Jesus ohnihde wicaye cin oranyanpi qon qa Palos Wowapi Kage Ciqon nakun, Jan woyake ciqon dena eepi tamakoce okaga . The Acts of the Apostles and the Epistles of Paul with the Revelation of John in the Dakota Language Translated from the Greek by Stephen R. Riggs. Cincinnati 1843.
    6761 Bible. N. T. Luke. Dakota. Pond. Wootanin waxte Luka qu Jan: Owapi qon hena eepi. Cincinnati 1843.
    1287 Bible. N.T. Romans. English. Authorized. 1821. The Epistle of Paul the Apostle, to the Romans, Containing the Text Taken from the Most Correct Copies of the Present Authorized Translation; with a Commentary and Critical Notes, Designed as a Help to a Better Understanding of the Sacred Writings. By Adam Clarke, L.L.D. F.A.S. From the London Edition. Cincinnati 1821.
    8192 Bible. New Testament. The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Translated Out of the Original Greek; and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised. Stereotyped by J.A. James. Cincinnati 1836.
    321 Bible. New Testament. Apocryphal Books. Gospel of Nicodemus, the Believing Jew; Translated from the German, by Moses Henkle of Clark County, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio 1826.
    322 Bible. New Testament. Apocryphal Books. Last Wills and Testaments of Thirteen Patriarchs, and Gospel of Nicodemus, the Believing Jew. Translated from German Prints for the Benefit of English Readers. By the Rev. Moses Henkle, of Clark County, Ohio. Urbana, O. 1827.
    2255 Bible. New Testament. Apocryphal. The Apocryphal New Testament, Being All the Gospels, Epistles, and Other Pieces Now Extant, Attributed in the First Four Centuries to Jesus Christ, His Apostles and Their Companions, and Not Included in the New Testament, By Its Compilers[.] Translated from the Original Tongues and Now First Collected into One Volume. [From the London Edition.] Ravenna 1832.
    2709 Bible. New Testament. Apocryphal. The Apocryphal New Testament, Being All the Gospels and Other Writings, Now Extant. Attributed, in the First Four Centuries, to Jesus Christ and His Apostles, and Not Included in the New Testament By Its Compilers. Translated and Collected into One Volume, with a Preface. From the Last London Edition. Chillicothe, O. 1835.
    5727 Bible. New Testament. English. The Sacred Writings of the Apostles and Evangelists of Jesus Christ, Commonly Styled the New Testament. Translated from the Original Greek by George Campbell, James MacKnight, and Philip Doddridge. With Prefaces, Various Emendations, and an Appendix by Alexander Campbell. Stereotyped from the Third Edition, Revised. Cincinnati 1832.
    2997 Bible. New Testament. German. Das Neue Testament unseres Herrn und Heylandes Jesu Christi. Verdeuticht von D. Martin Luther. Osnaburg, Stark County, Ohio 1836.
    4430 Bible. O. T. Wicoicage wowapi, qa Odowan wakan, heberi iapi etanhan kagapi. Cincinnati 1842.
    6775 Bible. O. T. Job English. Book of Job in English Verse, Translated from the Original Hebrew, with Remarks Historical, Critical and Explanatory by Thomas Scott. Carefully Revised from the Second London Edition of 1833. The Notes Abridged, and a Preliminary Dissertation Prefixed. By B.U. Watkins. Cincinnati 1848.
    1288 Bible. O.T. Psalms. German. 1821. Der Psalter des Königs und Propheten Davids, verdeutschet von Dr. Martin Luther; Mit kurzen Summarien oder Inhalt jedes Psalmen. Und mit vielen Parallelen oder gleichen Schriftstellen. Canton, Ohio 1821.
    3595 Bickersteth, Edward, 1786-1850. A Help to the Study of the Scriptures, Abridged for the Use of Sunday School Teachers, Bible Classes, and Families. By Rev. E. Bickersteth, A.M., Rector of Watton, Herts. Edited, with Additional Matter, by Chauncey Colton, D.D. Prof. of Past. Theol. and Sac. Rhet. in the Theol. Sem. Diocese of Ohio.. Columbus 1839.
    8564 Bickersteth, Edward, 1786-1850. A Help to the Study of the Scriptures, Abridged for the Use of Sunday School Teachers, Bible Classes, and Families. By Rev. E. Bickersteth, A.M., Rector of Watton, Herts. Edited, with Additional Matter, by Chauncey Colton, D.D. Prof. of Past. Theol. and Sac. Rhet. in the Theol. Sem. Diocese of Ohio. Columbus 1849.
    236 Bickersteth, Edward, 1786-1850. The Christian Hearer, Abridged. By Edward Bickersteth, Rector of Watton, Herts. Edited, with Additional Matter, by Chauncey Colton, D.D. Professor Pastoral Divinity and Sacred Rhetoric in the Theological Seminary of the Diocese of Ohio, &c. &c. Columbus MDCCCXXXVIII. [1838]
    456 Bigelow, John Milton, 1804-1878. Florula Lancastriensis, or, A Catalogue Comprising nearly all the Flowering and Filicoid Plants, Growing Naturally within the Limits of Fairfield County. By John M. Bigelow, M.D. and Asa Hor, M.D. Lancaster 1841.
    1289 Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817. The American Preceptor Improved: Being a New Selection of Lessons for Reading and Speaking. Designed for the Use of Schools. By Caleb Bingham, A.M. Author of The Columbian Orator, Child's Companion, &c. "Train up a child in the way he should go." Sixty Second (Improved) Edition. Cincinnati 1821.
    9512 Birney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857, compiler. [Facts for the People: Showing that the Slave Power has been the Lion's share in the government of the Country. Compiled by James Birney, Esq. Cincinnati 1848]
    836 Bishop, Robert H. (Robert Hamilton), 1777-1855. The Work and Rewards of Elders. A Discourse, Delivered June 28th, 1814, at the Ordination of the Rev. J. M'Farland, of Chillicothe, Ohio. To Which are Added the Charges to the Minister & People. By Rev. R.H. Biship [sic.]. Chillicothe 1814.
    81 Bishop, Robert H. (Robert Hamilton), 1777-1855. An Address, Delivered to the Graduates of Miami University, September 28, 1831. By R.H. Bishop, D.D. President. Oxford 1831.
    2403 Bishop, Robert H. (Robert Hamilton), 1777-1855. An Address Delivered September 25, 1833, to the Graduates of Miami University, By R.H. Bishop, D.D. President. Oxford 1833.
    9630 Bishop, Robert H. (Robert Hamilton), 1777-1855. A Good Wife, the Special Gift of God. A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mrs. Phebe Hughs, Consort of J. R. Hughes, M.D. Who Died December 24th, 1833. By R.H. Bishop, D.D. Oxford 1834.
    2737 Bishop, Robert H. (Robert Hamilton), 1777-1855. Letter Addressed to Rev. J.L. Wilson, D.D. of Cincinnati. Cincinnati 1835.
    3192 Bishop, Robert H. (Robert Hamilton), 1777-1855. A Tribute of Respect to Departed Friends, and a Word of Encouragement to Their Sons. Oxford 1837.
    3598 Bishop, Robert H. (Robert Hamilton), 1777-1855. The God of Israel the Protector, the Protector of the Fatherless and the Widow, a Sermon Occasioned by the Death of James R. Hughes, M.D., of Oxford, August 8, 1839. Oxford 1839.
    2407 Black Hawk, Sauk Chief, 1767-1838. Life of Ma-ka-tai-me-she-ka-kak or Black Hawk, Embracing the Tradition of His Nation--Indian Wars in Which He Has Been Engaged--Cause of Joining the British in Their Late War with America, and Its History--Description of the Rock-River Village--Manners and Customs--Encrouchments by the Whites, Contrary to Treaty--Removal from His Village in 1831. With an Account of the Cause and General History of the Late War, His Surrender and Confinement at Jefferson Barracks, and Travels through the United States. Dictated by Himself. J.B. Patterson, of Rock Island, Illinois, Editor and Proprietor. Cincinnati 1833.
    1350 Blake, Francis A. Exposition of the Causes Which Led to the Late Controversy between William Lytle and James W. Gazlay, Esq. and to the Criminal Prosecution Recently Instituted against Gen. Lytle & Francis A. Blake. [One line of quotation] By Francis A. Blake. Second Edition. Cincinnati 1822.
    1349 Blake, Francis A. Exposition of the Causes Which Led to the Late Controversy between William Lytle and James W. Gazlay, Esq. and to the Criminal Prosecution Recently Instituted against Gen. Lytle & Francis A. Blake. [One line of quotation] By Francis A. Blake. Cincinnati September 10th, 1822.
    1552 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. American Military Biography; Containing the Lives and Characters of the Officers of the Revolution, Who were Most Distinguished in Achieving Our National Independence. Also, the Life of Gilbert Motier La Fayette, Major-General in the Continental Army--Marshall of France, and Commander-in-Chief of the National Guards. Cincinnati 1825.
    1886 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. American Military and Naval Biography; Containing the Lives and Characters of the Officers of the Revolution, Who were most Distinguished in Achieving our National Independence. Also, the Life of Gilbert Motier La Fayette, Major-General in the Continental Army--Marshall of France, and Commander-in-Chief of the National Guards. Pub. for Subscribers. Cincinnati 1829.
    147 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. American Military Biography; Containing the Lives and Characters of the Officers of the Revolution, Who were Most Distinguished in Achieving Our National Independence. Also, the Life of Gilbert Motier La Fayette, Major-General in the Continental Army-Marshall of France, and Commander-in-Chief of the National Guards. Published for E. Walters. Cincinnati 1830.
    2144 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. American Military and Naval Biography; Containing the Lives and Characters of the Officers of the Revolution, Who were most Distinguished in Achieving our National Independence. Also, the Life of Gilbert Motier La Fayette, Major-General in the Continental Army--Marshall of France, and Commander-in-Chief of the National Guards. Cincinnati 1831.
    2145 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. Book of Martyrs, or, A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths of the Primitive and Protestant Martyrs, from the Introduction of Christianity, to the Latest Periods of Pagan, Popish, Protestant, and Infidel Persecutions. Together with the Usual Subjects Contained in Similar Works; the Recent Publications in the Cantons of Switzerland; the Persecutions of the Methodist and Baptist Missionaries in the West India Islands; and the Narrative of the Conversion, Capture, Long Imprisonment, and Cruel Sufferings of Asaad Shidiak, a Native of Palestine. Likewise, a Sketch of the French Revolution, as Connected with Persecution. Compiled from Fox's Book of Martyrs, and Other Authentic Sources. By Amos Blanchard, Editor of the Cincinnati Journal. Embellished with Twenty-Four Engravings. Cincinnati 1831.
    7133 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. Book of Martyrs, or, A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths of the Primitive and Protestant Martyrs, from the Introduction of Christianity, to the Latest Periods of Pagan, Popish, Protestant, and Infidel Persecutions. Embracing, Together with the Usual Subjects Contained in Similar Works; the Recent Persecutions in the Cantons of Switzerland; the Persecutions of the Methodist and Baptist Missionaries in the West India Islands; and the Narrative of the Conversion, Capture, Long Imprisonment, and Cruel Sufferings of Asaad Shidiak, a Native of Palestine. Likewise, a Sketch of the French Revolution, as Connected with Persecution. Compiled from Fox's Book of Martyrs, and Other Authentic Sources. By Amos Blanchard, Editor of the Cincinnati Journal. Embellished with Twenty-Four Engravings. Third Edition. Cincinnati 1832.
    7134 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. Book of Martyrs, or, A History of the Lives, Sufferings and Triumphant Deaths of the Primitive and Protestant Martyrs, from the Introduction of Christianity to the Latest Periods of Pagan, Popish, Protestant, and Infidel Persecutions. Comp. from Fox's Book of Martyrs, and Other Authentic Sources. Embellished with Twenty Four Engravings. 7th ed. Cincinnati 1832.
    2259 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. American Military and Naval Biography; Containing the Lives and Characters of the Officers of the Revolution; Together with Some of the Most Eminent Statesmen of That Interesting Period. To Which Are Added the Life and Character of Benedict Arnold, and the Circumstances of the Capture, Trial, and Execution of Major Andre. Compiled from Authentic Sources. By Amos Blanchard, Editor of the Cincinnati Journal. Cincinnati 1832.
    6967 Blanchard, Amos, 1800-1869. Book of Martyrs, or, A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths of the Primitive and Protestant Martyrs from the Introduction of Christianity, to the Latest Periods of Pagan, Popish, Protestant, and Infidel Persecutions. Embracing, Together with the Usual Subjects Contained in Similar Works; the Recent Persecutions in the Cantons of Switzerland; the Persecutions of the Methodist and Baptist Missionaries in the West India Islands; and the Narrative of the Conversion, Capture, Long Imprisonment, and Cruel Sufferings of Asaad Shidiak, a Native of Palestine. Likewise, a Sketch of the French Revolution, as Connected with Persecution. Compiled from Fox's Book of Martyrs, and Other Authentic Sources. By Amos Blanchard. Embellished with Twenty-Four Engravings. Cincinnati 1847.
    4697 Blanchard, Jonathan, 1811-1892. Debate on Slavery Held on the First, Second, Third and Sixth Days of October, 1845 in the City of Cincinnati Between Rev. J. Blanchard...N. L. Rice. Fourth Thousand. Copyright 1846. Cincinnati 1846.
    4696 Blanchard, Jonathan, 1811-1892. A Debate on Slavery, Held on the First, Second, Third and Sixth Days of October, 1845, in the City of Cincinnati, between Rev. J. Blanchard, Pastor of the Sixth Presbyterian Church, and N.L. Rice, D.D. Pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church. Fourth Thousand. Cincinnati MDCCCXLVI. [1846]
    7234 Bliss, A. A. (Albert A.) An Address Delivered before the Trustees, Faculty, and Students of the Medical Department of the Western Reserve College by A.A. Bliss, Esq. With the Valedictory Address, in Behalf of the Faculty, to the Graduating Class, February 25th, 1846 by Prof. St. John. Published by Request of the Graduating Class. Cleveland 1847.
    258 Board of National Popular Education. First Annual Report of the General Agent of the Board of National Popular Education, with the Constitution of the Board. Cincinnati 1848.
    259 Board of National Popular Education. Second Annual Report of the General Agent of the Board of National Popular Education, with the Constitution of the Board. Cleveland 1849.
    260 Board of National Popular Education. Third Annual Report of the General Agent of the Board of National Popular Education, with the Constitution of the Board. Cleveland 1850.
    4034 Bokum, Hermann, 1807-1878. Narrative of a Visit to the Nunneries of Marienstein and Wolfs Creek, Ohio. Cincinnati 1850.
    3601 Bonsall, J. (Joseph). The War Exterminated. [Cincinnati 1839].
    3275 Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon: an Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, upon Plates taken from the Plates of Nephi. Wherefore It Is an Abridgment of the Record of the People of Nephi; and Also of the Lamanites; Written to the Lamanites, Which Are a Remnant of the House of Israel; and Also to Jew and Gentile; Written by Way of Commandment, and Also by the Spirit of Prophecy and of Revelation. Written, and Sealed Up, and Hid Up unto the Lord, That They Might Not be Destroyed; to Come Forth by the Gift and Power of God, unto the Interpretation Thereof: Sealed by the Hand of Moroni, and Hid Up unto the Lord, to Come Forth in Due Time by Way of Gentile; the Interpretation Thereof by the Gift of God: an Abridgment Taken from the Book of Ether: Also, Which Is a Record of the People of Jared, Which Were Scattered at the Time the Lord Confounded the Language of the People When They Were Building a Tower to Get to Heaven: Which Is to Shew unto the Remnant of the House of Israel What Great Things the Lord Hath Done for Their Fathers; and That They May Know the Covenants of the Lord, That They Are Not Cast Off Forever; and Also to the Convincing of the Jew and Gentile that Jesus is the Christ, the Eternal God, Manifesting Himself unto All Nations. And Now if There be Fault, It Be the Mistake of Men; Wherefore Condemn Not the Things of God, That Ye May Be Found Spotless at the Judgment Seat of Christ. Translated by Joseph Smith, Jr. Kirtland 1837.
    5588 Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon. Translated by Joseph Smith, Jr. Third Edition, Carefully Revised by the Translator. Nauvoo, Ill 1840.
    7359 Botanico-Medical College of Ohio. Cincinnati. Catalogue of the Professors and Students of the Botanico-Medical College of Ohio for the Sessions of 1844-5, 1845-6, 1846-7. Incorporated by the Legislature of Ohio, with University Powers and Privileges. Cincinnati, Ohio 1847.
    8732 Botanico-Medical College of Ohio. Cincinnati. Circular of the Botanico-Medical College of Ohio. Whereas frequent and urgent requests have repeatedly been made to the directors and faculty of the Botanico-Medical College of the State of Ohio, for the entire faculty to deliver a full course of medical lectures, some where in New England ... it was voted unanimously ... that the faculty will individually give a full and complete course of medical instruction in Boston, the present winter and spring. ... [Cincinnati 1847]
    3193 Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821. The Man in a Trance; or, Life of Rev. William Tennent, Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Freehold, N.J. By Elias Boudinot. Improved Ed. Dayton 1837.
    1421 Bowden, John, 1751-1817. Observations, by a Protestant, on A Profession of Catholick Faith by a Clergyman of Baltimore, and with the Authority of the Right Rev. Bishop Carroll. Cincinnati 1823.
    5410 Bowen. Opinion of the Court, in the Case of Jer. Charpenter and Arv. his Wife, verus Sidney Sea, as Decided in the Court of Common Pleas, at the October Term, 1846. Tiffin 1847.
    311 Boxell, John William. Scientific Knowledge: Being an Epitome of Mathematics & Astronomy; Embracing Infinite Mental Arithmetic, Decimal Mental Arithmetic, A General Canceling System of Arithmetic, Rational Mnemonics, and a Perpetual Mental Almanac. By J.W. Boxell. [One line of quotation] Zanesville, Ohio 1846.
    4779 Boynton, Charles Brandon, 1806-1883. Our Country, The Herald of a New Era. A Lecture Delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association of Cincinnati, on the Evening of 19th January, 1847. By Rev. Charles B. Boynton, Pastor of the Sixth Street Congregational Church. Cincinnati 1847.
    4778 Boynton, Charles Brandon, 1806-1883. Oration Delivered on the Fifth of July, 1847 before the Native Americans of Cincinnati. By Rev. Charles B. Boynton. Cincinnati 1847.
    5289 Boynton, Charles Brandon, 1806-1883. Dignity of Labor: An Address, Delivered before the Philomathian Society of Farmer's College, Hamilton County, Ohio, March 24th, 1847. By Rev. Charles B. Boynton. Cincinnati 1847.
    6115 Bradbury, William Batchelder, 1816-1868. The School Singer, or, Young Choir's Companion; a Choice Collection of Music, Original and Selected for Juvenile Singing Schools, Sabbath Schools, Public Schools...etc., including Some of the Most Popular German Melodies, with English Words Adapted or Poetry Translated from the German Expressly for This Work. Also, a Complete Course of Instruction in the Elements of Vocal Music, Founded on the German System of Kubler. By Wm. B. Bradbury and C. W. Sanders. 5th ed. Cincinnati 1845.
    5443 Bradley, Dan Beach, 1804-1873. A Letter to American Christians: Being An Account of the Expulsion of Rev. Messrs. Bradley & Caswell from the Service of the A.B.C.F.M., with a Full Statement of Their Views of Sanctification in This Life. By D.B. Bradley. Oberlin 1848.
    8144 Breed, William P. (William Pratt), 1816-1889. Discourse Mainly Upon the Importance of the American Union, by William P. Breed, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church. Delivered Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 1850. Steubenville 1850.
    2410 Brewster, George, 1800-1865. Lectures on Education, by George Brewster, Principal of Cleveland Academy. [Two lines quotation from Pope] Columbus 1833.
    2741 Bridge, B. The New American Speaker, Comprising Elegant Selections in Eloquence and Poetry, Intended for Exercises in Declamation and Elocution by B. Bridge. Cincinnati 1835.
    6371 Bridge, B. The New American Reader, No. 3. Comprising Selections in Prose and Verse, for the Use of Schools. By B. Bridge. Cincinnati 1835.
    4631 Brisbane, William Henry, 1803-1878. An Eulogium on the Life and Character of the Late Hon. Thomas Morris. By W.H. Brisbane, M.D. Delivered by Request of the Family of the Deceased, and of the Liberty Party of Hamilton County. Cincinnati 1845.
    7458 Britton, James B., 1810-. The Sources and Design of the Christian Ministry; A Sermon Preached...on the Occasion of the Ordination of Rev. A. T. McMurphy to the Priesthood, and of Alexander M'Cloud, M.D. to the Diaconate; by Rev. James B. Britton. Chillicothe 1844.
    7356 Britton, James B., 1810-. The Advantages of Collegiate Education, An Address Delivered before the Nu Pi Kappa Society of Kenyon College, August 4, 1846. With the Graduating Oration and Valedictory Address of Andrew D. Benedict. Springfield 1846.
    175 Britton, James B., b. 1810. A Sermon on the Scriptural Doctrine of Election. By Rev. James B. Britton, Rector of St. Paul's Church, Chillicothe, Ohio. [Six lines of Scripture text] Chillicothe 1843.
    3002 Bronson, C. P. Elocution & Music. C.P. Bronson, author. Copy-right secured. [Cincinnati] 1836.
    461 Brooke, John T. (John Thompson), 1800-1861. Debt: or The Morality of the Credit System: A Sermon by Rev. John St. Brooke, Rector of Christ Church, Cincinnati. November, 1841. Cincinnati 1841.
    6818 Brooke, John T. (John Thompson), 1800-1861. A Sketch of the Character of the Late Francis Scott Key, Esq. in a Discourse Delivered in Christ Church, Cincinnati, 29th January 1843. By the Rev. John T. Brooks, Rector. Published by Request of Several Members of the Cincinnati Bar. Cincinnati 1843.
    4039 Brooke, John T. (John Thompson), 1800-1861. Decision: A Plain Sermon for the Times. By J.T. Brooke, D.D., Rector of Christ Church, Cincinnati. Cincinnati 1850.
    10 Brooke, Samuel. Slavery, and the Slaveholder's Religion; As Opposed to Christianity. By Samuel Brooke. [Three lines of Scripture text] [Cincinnati] 1846.
    7046 Brough, John. Broadside announcing a debate between John Brough, Auditor of State, and Joseph S. Hawkins, Esq., recent Ohio Representative, August 20, 1842 in Eaton. [Eaton 1842]
    418 Brough, John. Address Delivered before Olive Bbanch [sic] Lodge, No. 34, of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, at Newark, Ohio, on the Second Day of October, 1845. By Bro. John Brough. Newark, Ohio 1845.
    8728 Brown, David. Extract of a Sermon Delivered at the Funeral of Col. Lucius D. Mower, at St. Augustine, E. F. February 20, 1834, by the Rev. David Brown, Minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. To Which is Prefixed a Sketch of His Life and Character. Newark, O. 1834.
    1726 Brown, Paul, fl. 1827. Twelve Months in New-Harmony; Presenting a Faithful Account of the Principal Occurrences Which Have Taken Place There within That Period; Interspersed with Remarks. By Paul Brown, Author of 'A Disquisition on Faith,' 'Inquiry on Philosophic Education,' &c. Cincinnati 1827.
    5849 Brown, William B. (William Bryant), 1816-1902. Religious Organizations, and Slavery. By Rev. Wm. B. Brown, of Sandusky City. Oberlin 1850.
    225 Bryan, John A. (John Alexander), 1794-1864. The Ohio Annual Register for 1835. Columbus [1834]
    6820 Buchan, William, 1729-1805. A Treatise on the Prevention and Cure of Diseases by Regimen and Simple Medicines. By William Buchan, M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, Etc. Revised and Enlarged, with the Addition of A Vegetable Materia Medica, Pointing Out the Virtues, Preparations, and Doses, of Our Most Valuable Native Medical Plants, and An Appendix, Illustrated with Forty-Eight Engravings. By J. G. Norwood, M.D. [Two lines of quotation] Cincinnati 1843.
    6741 Buchan, William, 1729-1805. A Treatise on the Prevention and Cure of Diseases by Regimen and Simple Medicines. By William Buchan, M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, Etc. Revised and Enlarged, with the Addition of A Vegetable Materia Medica, Pointing Out the Virtues, Preparations, and Doses, of Our Most Valuable Native Medical Plants, and An Appendix, Illustrated with Forty-Eight Engravings. By J.G. Norwood, M.D. [Two lines of quotation] Cincinnati 1847.
    722 Buchanan, Claudius, 1766-1815. Tenth American Edition. Star in the East.; A Sermon, Preached in the Parish Church of St. James, Bristol, on Sunday, February 26, 1809. For the Benefit of the "Society for Missions to Africa and the East." By the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, LL. D. from India. To Which is added an Appendix, Containing the Interesting Report of the Rev. Dr. Kerr, to the Governor of Madrass, on the State of the Ancient Christians in Cochin and Travancore; and an Account of the Discoveries, Made by the Rev. Dr. Buchanan, of Two Hundred Thousand Christians, in the Sequestered Region of Hindostan. Chillicothe 1810.
    6387 Buchanan, Joseph R. (Joseph Rodes), 1814-1899. Report of Three Lectures in Defence of Neurology: Against Charges Recently Adduced by Rev. N.L. Rice, D.D. Cincinnati 1848.
    4040 Buchanan, Robert, 1797-1879. A Treatise on the Cultivation of the Grape in Vineyards. By a Member of the Cincinnati Horticulture Society. Cincinnati 1850.
    2412 Bullard, Anna Tuttle (Jones). Little Aimee, the Persecuted Child. To Which is Added The Frightful Story. By the Author of "Louisa Ralston," "The Standwood Family," &c. Stereotyped by J.A. James...Cincinnati. Cincinnati 1833.
    800 Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come. Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream. By John Bunyan. With Notes, by the Rev. J. Newton, Dr. Hawker, and Others. [Single line of quotation] Cincinnati 1813.
    89 Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The Pilgrims' Progress, from This World, to That Which is to Come. Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream. In Two Parts. By John Bunyan. Cincinnati 1832.
    181 Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The Pilgrims' Progress, from This World to That which is to Come. Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream. In Two Parts. By John Bunyan. Cincinnati 1836.
    773 Burke, William, b. 1770. The Methodist Episcopal Church, Their Doctrines and Discipline, Together with the Characters of Certain Individuals, Vindicated from the Unjust Representations of Joshua L. Wilson by William Burke. Cincinnati 1812.
    7776 Burleigh, George S., et. al. Gems of Reform; Comprising Attic Webs and Other Articles by George Burleigh; "One blood and one brotherhood:" by Elihu Burritt; and Dick Corwinshield [i.e., Crowningshield], the Assassin; and Zachary Taylor, the Soldier. New-Concord, Ohio 1848.
    6303 Burnet, Jacob, 1770-1853. The Annual Address Delivered before the Cincinnati Astronomical Society, June 3, 1844, by the Hon. Jacob Burnet, Together with the Act of Incorporation, the Constitution of the Society, the Annual Reports, and a Catalogue of the Stockholders. Cincinnati 1844.
    9564 Burnham, Mrs. The celebrated fullblooded horse, Simon Pure, will stand the ensuing season, for mares till the 1st July next, at the stable of Mrs. Burnham, in Milford, Union Co. O.. He was bred by the late Hon. John Randolph, of Roanoke, Va., and was considered by him ... One of the purest blooded horses in that state.. [Milford? 1845]
    5857 Burns, Robert, 1759-1796. The Complete Poetical Works of Robert Burns, with a Glossary and Life of the Author. Cincinnati 1849.
    8376 Burr, Erastus. The Blessedness of Those Who Die in the Lord, A Sermon Delivered in All Saints Church, Portsmouth, Ohio, on Sunday, August 26th, 1849 on Occasion of the Death of Mrs. Mary McKinney, Wife of Mr. Aaron McKinney, Sen., of that Place by Erastus Burr. Portsmouth 1849.
    2602 Bushnell, Albert, 1818-1879. My Mother by Rev. Albert Bushnell, Missionary to Africa with Poetry and a Preface by Mrs. Lydia H. Signourney. Oberlin 1848.
    6849 Bushnell, Albert, 1818-1879. My Mother: A Grateful Tribute to Departed Worth. 2d ed. Preface and Poetry by L.H. Signourney. Oberlin 1849.
    5659 Bushnell, Albert, 1818-1879. My Mother: A Grateful Tribute to Departed Worth. Preface and Poetry by L.H. Signourney. Third Edition. Oberlin 1849.
    7032 Butler County. Sheriff's Office. Proclamation from Sheriff James M'Bride to electors that October 11, 1814 is election day.
    1814.
    3849 Butler, John G. An Eulogy upon the Character of George Swan. Delivered before the Miami Chapter of the Alpha Delta Phi, by J. Butler. March, 1840. [Two lines in Latin] Oxford 1840.
    4781 Butler, Joseph, 1692-1752. The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature. By Joseph Butler, LL. D., Late Lord Bishop of Durham. With an Analysis of the Work. By Rev. B.F. Tefft, D.D. Cincinnati 1847.
    6782 Butler, Joseph, 1692-1752. The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature. By Joseph Butler, LL. D., Late Lord Bishop of Durham. With an Analysis of the Work. By Rev. B.F. Tefft, D.D. Cincinnati 1848.
    7088 Butler, Joseph, 1692-1752. The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature. By Joseph Butler, LL. D., Late Lord Bishop of Durham. With an Analysis of the Work. By Rev. B.F. Tefft, D.D. Cincinnati 1849.
    9482 Butler, Thomas Seaborn, b. 1814. Historical Chart, Presenting at One View, the History of the World from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. By Azel S. Lyman. Published by Thomas S. Butler, No. 215 Main Street, Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati 1844.
    6913 Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. Works. A New Ed. Edited by Thomas Moore. Complete in Four Volumes. With Engravings. Cincinnati 1850.
    2015 Cadwallader, Priscilla. Sermon, Delivered by Priscilla Cadwallader, in the Meeting-House at Waynesville, Miami, on the First Day Preceding the Yearly Meeting. Reported by Robert Way, Stenographer. Lebanon 1830.
    8822 Caesar's Creek Regular Baptist Association. Minutes of the First Anniversary of the Caesar's Creek Regular Baptist Association: Held at Port-William, Clinton County, Ohio, Sept. 24 & 25, 1847. Printed for the Association. [Port William? 1847]
    9087 Caesar's Creek Regular Baptist Association. Minutes of the Second Anniversary of the Caesar's Creek Association of Regular Baptists, Held with the Cowan's Creek Church, August 18 & 19, 1848. Lebanon 1848.
    9088 Caesar's Creek Regular Baptist Association. Minutes of the Third Anniversary of the Caesar's Creek Association of Regular Baptists, Held with the Sugar Creek Church, October 5th and 6th, 1849. Columbus 1849.
    9086 Caesar's Creek Regular Baptist Association. Minutes of the Fourth Anniversary of the Caesar's Creek Association of Regular Baptists, Held with the Jonah's Run Church, August 16th and 17th, 1840 [sic]. Dayton 1850.
    37 Caldwell, Eli. The Citizen's Guide or Every Man His Own Lawyer; : with All the Necessary and Legal Forms Which Are Used in the Common Affairs of Life, Not to Be Found in Any One Volume, viz. Articles of Agreement, Assignment of Promissory Notes, Bonds, Bills of Particulars, Bills of Sale, and Mortgages of Goods and Chattels, Deeds, Due Bills, Indentures of Apprenticeship, Leases, Last Wills and Testaments, Notes and Judgment Notes, Powers of Attorney to Sell and Lease Lands, and to Collect Debts, &c., Receipts of All Kinds, Warrants of Attorney to Confess Judgment in the Court of Common Pleas, Constables' Returns on Every Writ That They May Have to Serve, a Fee Tabe [i.e, table], and Forms for Executors & Administrators. By a Member of the Bar. Zanesville, Ohio 1848.
    1044 Calhoun, James. Our Mother. [Two lines of quotation] Cincinnati 1837.
    6725 Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850. Speech of the Hon. John C. Calhoun on Mr. Webster's Proposition to Re-Charter the United States Bank, March 26, 1834. Cincinnati 1834.
    9717 California Minding and Trading Company of Cincinnati. Constitution, and By-Laws of the California and Trading Company, of Cincinnati. Cincinnati 1849.
    9688 Campbell, A. E. A Sermon on the Death of Robert Campbell, Esq. Preached September 12th, 1847, in the First Presbyterian Church, in Cooperstown by A. E. Campbell. Cincinnati 1848.
    2748 Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866. Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, Original and Selected Adapted to the Christian Religion. Comp. by A. Campbell, W. Scott, B. W. Stone, and J. T. Johnson. 4th ed. Carthage, Ohio 1835.
    6500 Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866. Supplement to the Debate Between Alexander Campbell and J. B. Purcell. Cincinnati 1837.
    301 Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866. A Debate on the Roman Catholic Religion: Held in the Sycamore-Street Meeting House, Cincinnati, from the 13th to the 21st of January, 1837. Between Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia, and the Rt. Rev. John B. Purcell, Bishop of Cincinnati. Taken Down by Reporters, and Revised by the Parties. [Four lines of quotation] Cincinnati 1837.
    7174 Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866. A Debate between Rev. A. Campbell and Rev. N.L. Rice, on the Action, Subject, Design and Administrator of Christian Baptism; Also, on the Character of Spiritual Influence in Conversion and Sanctification, and on the Expediency and Tendency of Ecclestiastic Creeds, as Terms of Union and Communion, Held in Lexington, Ky., from the Fifteenth of November to the Second of December, 1843, a Period of Eighteen Days. Lexington, Ky. 1844.
    4876 Campbell, David R. Wesley's Abridgment, or A Speech Delivered in the Methodist Episcopal Church of Beallsville, in Proof of Certain Charges which have long been Preferred against the Rev. John Wesley, A.M. By Rev. David R. Campbell, Beallsville, Monroe County, Ohio. St. Clairsville 1848.
    180 Campbell, Eleanor W. Biographical Sketches; with Other Literary Remains of the Late John W. Campbell, Judge of the United States Court for the District of Ohio. Compiled by His Widow. Columbus, Ohio 1838.
    7048 Candour. Broadside to the electors of the First Congressional District supporting the election of John H. Piatt.
    1818.
    203 Canfield, Sherman Bond, 1810-1871. An Address on the Power & Progressiveness of Knowledge, Delivered at the Commencement of Willoughby University, Wednesday, February 22, 1843. By Rev. Sherman B. Canfield, of Ohio City. Painesville, Ohio [1843].
    4782 Canfield, Sherman Bond, 1810-1871. A Lecture on the Life and Character of Oliver Cromwell, Delivered before the Young Men's Literary Association of Cleveland, on Thursday Evening, Jan. 28, 1847. By Sherman B. Canfield, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church of Cleveland. Cleveland 1847.
    3851 Canton Female Seminary. Canton. Catalogue of the Canton Female Seminary, for the Year Ending July 9, 1840. Canton 1840.
    4365 Canton Female Seminary. Canton. Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the Canton Female Seminary, for the Year Ending June 6th, 1844.. Canton 1844.
    4978 Canton. Charter. The Charter and Ordinances of the Town of Canton. Collated by Benjamin F. Leiter. Printed by Order of the Town Council. Canton, Ohio 1849.
    2576 Carden, Allen D., comp., 1792-1859. The Missouri Harmony; or a Collection of Psalms and Hymn Tunes, and Anthems, from Eminent Authors, with an Introduction to the Grounds and Rudiments of Music by Allen D. Carden; to Which is Added a Supplement, Containing a Number of Admired Tunes to the Various Metres, and Several Choice Pieces, Selected from Some of the Most Approved Collections of Sacred Music. By an Amateur. Revised and Improved. Cincinnati 1834.
    3612 Carden, Allen D., comp., 1792-1859. The Missouri Harmony; or a Collection of Psalms and Hymn Tunes, and Anthems, from Eminent Authors, with an Introduction to the Grounds and Rudiments of Music by Allen D. Carden; to Which is Added a Supplement, Containing a Number of Admired Tunes to the Various Metres, and Several Choice Pieces, Selected from Some of the Most Approved Collections of Sacred Music. By an Amateur. Cincinnati 1839.
    7916 Carden, Allen D., comp., 1792-1859. The Missouri Harmony; or A Collection of Psalms and Hymn Tunes, and Anthems, from Eminent Authors: With an Introduction to the Grounds and Rudiments of Music by Allen D. Carden. To Which is Added a Supplement, Containing a Number of Admired Tunes of the Various Metres, and Several Choice Pieces, Selected from Some of the Most Approved Collections of Sacred Music. By an Amateur. Latest Improved Edition. Cincinnati 1848.
    9757 Carden, Allen D., comp., 1792-1859. The Missouri Harmony; or A Collection of Psalms and Hymn Tunes, and Anthems, from Eminent Authors: With an Introduction to the Grounds and Rudiments of Music by Allen D. Carden. To Which is Added a Supplement, Containing a Number of Admired Tunes of the Various Metres, and Several Choice Pieces, Selected from Some of the Most Approved Collections of Sacred Music. By an Amateur. New Ed., Rev., Enl., and Corr. By Charles Warren ... Cincinnati 1850.
    3613 Carpenter, Benjamin Owen, b. ca. 1801. Adventures of a Copy of Swedenborg's Treatise, Concerning Heaven & Hell, "by itself." Containing an Account of the Theology, Philosophy, Metaphysics, and Literature of the Age. Arranged for the Press by Benjamin Owen Carpenter. Chillicothe 1839.
    5180 Carpenter, William. A chart. Exhibiting at one view the expenditures of the United States for the last fifty years, exclusive of payment on account of public debt; and also the several administrations under which they occurred; and also the increase of population for the same period; and also the classification of the expenditures for the last fifteen years, as shown by Secretary Woodbury's report to the senate of the United States, of the 4th of May, 1840; wherein he separates what he calls the ordinary from what he calls the extra-ordinary expenditures of the government. [Cincinnati c1840]
    765 Carriers' Address. My New Year Gift. Address of Thornly L. White, to the Patrons of the Scioto Gazette ... January 1, 1812. [Chillicothe 1811]
    7765 Carriers' Address. 1814. The Carriers' Address, to the Patrons of The Supporter. [Chillicothe 1814]
    927 Carriers' Address. Present from the Carrier of the Western Spy, to the Patrons, on the Commencement of the New Year, January 1, 1817. [Cincinnati 1816]
    969 Carriers' Address. A New-Year's-Lay. Dedicated to the Patrons of Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette. January First, 1817. Address. The News-Boy. [Cincinnati 1816]
    4312 Carriers' Address. An Address of the Carrier of the Ohio Patriot, to his Patrons, January 1, 1829. Edward F. Lepper.
    1829.
    792 Carriers' Address. Carrier's Address, to the Patrons of the Daily News. Cincinnati, January 1st, 1840. [Cincinnati 1839]
    8803 Carriers' Address. Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Trumbull Democrat, January 1, 1850. [Warren 1849]
    9917 Carriers' Address. Address of the carrier of "the Clinton Republican." On the first day of January, 1851. [Wilmington 1850]
    6675 Carroll, Andrew, 1810-. Original Anecdotes, etc., of the Rev. John Wesley, to Which is Added a Supplement. Cincinnati 1847.
    4878 Carter, Wm. L. (William Lorenzo), b. 1813. Miscellaneous Poems, on Various Subjects. Composed by Wm. L. Carter, Who Has Been Blind From His Birth. Akron 1848.
    9236 Carvosso, William, 1750-1834. The Great Efficacy of Simple Faith in the Atonement of Christ Exemplified in A Memoir of Mr. William Carvosso, Sixty Years a Class-Leader in the Wesleyan Methodist Connection. Written by Himself, and Edited by His Son. [Two lines of quotation from Romans] From the Tenth London Edition. Cincinnati 1847.
    2264 Cary, Freeman Grant, 1810-1888. An Address, Delivered before the Hamilton County Agriculture Society, at a Special Meeting Held at Mount Pleasant, August 11, 1832. By Mr. Freeman G. Cary. Published by the Society. Cincinnati 1832.
    2659 Cary's Academy. Pleasant Hill. A Catalogue of the Course of Study, Principles of Government, etc. of Cary's Academy, Pleasant Hill, Millcreek Township, Ohio March 1834. Cincinnati 1834.
    7459 Cass, Lewis, 1782-1866. Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852. Correspondence between General Cass and Daniel Webster, in Relation to the Quintuple Treaty. Cincinnati 1844.
    7183 Cato, pseud. General Harrison. It is certainly enough to excite indignation to behold the extraordinary exertions, that have been, and still are making to write down Gen. Harrison... [Cincinnati 1822]
    7863 Central Committee of Ross County. Chillicothe. Principles Adopted by the Central Committee of Ross County, and Recommended to the Vigilance Committees of the Several Townships, and to the Independent Democratic Republicans Generally throughout the State. Chillicothe, 20th Feb. 1834. Chillicothe 1834.
    7887 Central Committee of the Whigs. Chillicothe. To the Several Committees of Vigilance of the Townships of Ross County;- Gentlemen:-At a Meeting of the Central Committee of the Whigs in Chillicothe, on September 19, 1835, ... Resolved, That it is expedient to re-organize the Committees of Vigilance of the several Townships ... [Three columns by township of the names of delegates to late county convention] [Second page] Gentlemen,-The most untiring exertions are now making by the Van-Buren party, to defeat our ticket at the coming election. ... it it [sic.] earnestly recommended to you to be vigilant in seeing that all our friends are at the polls. ... B. O. Carpenter, President. S. W. Ely, Secretary. Whig Nominations. [One column listing nominations] [Chillicothe 1835]
    7717 Central Committee of Vigilance. Columbiana County. To the Democratic Electors of Columbiana County. Fellow Citizens:- ...Re: hold meeting for the purpose of nominating candidates for Congressional, state and county officers to be supported at the ensuing election by the democratic party. June 16, 1834. ... List of committee. Central Com. of Vigilance. [Columbiana County 1834]
    8156 Chagrin Falls and Cleveland Plank Road Company, Cleveland. Charter of the Chagrin Falls & Cleveland Plank Road Company, with Their By-Laws, and Those of the Directors; The Names of Subscribers to the Stock, and Other Matters Relating to Said Company[.] July 1, 1849. Cleveland, Ohio 1849.
    1290 Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842. A Sermon, Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Jared Sparks, to the Pastoral Care of the First Independent Church in Baltimore, May 5, 1819. By William Ellery Channing, Minister of the Church of Christ, in Federal Street, Boston. From Second Baltimore Edition. Warren 1821.
    1046 Chapman, Mrs. Eunice (Hawley). An Account of the Conduct of the Shakers, in the Case of Eunice Chapman & Her Children, Written by Herself. Also, a Refutation of the Shakers' Remonstrance to the Proceedings of the Legislature of New York, in 1817, by Thomas Brown. To Which are Added, the Deposition of Mary Dyer, Who Petitioned the Legislature of the State of New Hampshire, for Relief in a Similar Case. Also Depositions of Others Who have been Members of the Shaker Society. Also, the Proceedings of the Legislature of the State of New York, in the Case of Eunice Chapman. Lebanon 1818.
    2752 Chappell, W. L. The Western Lyre: a New Selection of Sacred Music, from the Best Authors Including a Number of New and Original Tunes with a Concise Introduction to the Art of Singing. Improved and Enlarged with a Supplement. By W. B. Snyder and W. L. Chappell. A New Ed. Cincinnati 1835.
    1425 Chase, Philander, 1775-1852. A Sermon on the Christian Ministry, Preached in Christ Church, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 29, A. D. 1823, at the Ordination of Mr. James A. Fox to the Holy Order of Deacons, by Right Rev. Philander Chase. [Cincinnati] [1823]
    1047 Chase, Philander, 1775-1852. Christianity and Masonry Reconciled. A Sermon Preached before the Right Worshipful Grand Master, Officers and Members, of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, in Chillicothe, on the First Tuesday in August, A. D. 1817. Also before the Most Excellent Grand Chapter of the Same State, in Columbus, on the Last Wednesday in December, 1817. By the Rev. Philander Chase, A.M. Grand Chaplain. Printed at the Request of the Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter. Columbus 1818.
    2149 Chase, Philander, 1775-1852. Defence of Kenyon College. By the Right Rev. P. Chase, D.D. Columbus, Ohio 1831.
    8947 Chase, S. H. (Silas H.), 1813-1864. A Short History of J. Insco Williams' Panorama of the Bible. Containing a Scriptural Account of Each Scene. To Which is Appended a Few Practical Notes, Taken from Various Authors of Distinction, by the Rev. S.H. Chase, M.D. [Two lines of quotation] Cincinnati 1849
    3198 Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon Portland), 1808-1873. Speech of Salmon P. Chase, in the Case of the Colored Woman, Matilda, Who Was Brought before the Court of Common Pleas in Hamilton County, Ohio, by Writ of Habeas Corpus, March 11, 1837. Cincinnati 1837.
    4784 Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon Portland), 1808-1873. Reclamation of Fugitives from Service. An Argument for the Defendant, Submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, at the December Term, 1846. In the Case of Wharton Jones vs. John Vanzandt. By S.P. Chase. Cincinnati 1847.
    2267 Chase, Samuel. Remarks upon Recent Publications Against the Rt. Rev. Philander Chase, D.D. By Samuel Chase. Steubenville, O. 1832.
    5164 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company. Office of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company. Oct. 1, 1850. Invitation to Opening.
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    3641 Childe, John. Report on the Surveys, Estimates and Income of the Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati Rail Road, to the President and Directors, by John Childe & Frederick Harbach, Engineers. August 19, 1848. Cleveland, Ohio 1848.
    7460 Childs, Henry Halsey, 1783-1868. Introductory Lecture before the Willoughby University. By Professor H.H. Childs, of Massachusetts. [Willoughby 1844]
    7347 Chillicothe Circulating Library. Chillicothe. Terms of the Chillicothe Circulating Library. [Chillicothe 1811].
    1728 Chillicothe Colonization Society. Circular, Chillicothe, May 12, 1827. Chillicothe 1827.
    7856 Chillicothe Female Seminary. Chillicothe. Catalogue of the Officers and Members of the Chillicothe Female Seminary, for the Year Ending August, 1835. [Chillicothe] [1835]
    10081 Chillicothe Female Seminary. Chillicothe. Catalogue of the Trustees, Teachers and Pupils of the Chillicothe Female Seminary, for Nine Months, Commencing Nov. 1, 1841, and Closing July 8, 1842. Chillicothe [1842]
    2415 Chillicothe Female Seminary. Chillicothe. Catalogue of the Officers and Members of the Chillicothe Female Seminary, for the Year Ending July 24, 1833. Chillicothe, Ohio 1833.
    2581 Chillicothe Female Seminary. Chillicothe. Catalogue of the Officers and Members of the Chillicothe Female Seminary, for the Year Ending June 27th, 1834. Chillicothe 1834.
    3382 Chillicothe Female Seminary. Chillicothe. Catalogue of the Officers and Members of the Chillicothe Female Seminary, from April 3, 1837, to June 29, 1838. City of Chillicothe 1838.
    3852 Chillicothe Female Seminary. Chillicothe. Catalogue of the Officers and Members of the Chillicothe Female Seminary, Ohio, for Three Terms, from September, 1839, to May, 1840. Chillicothe 1840.
    6577 Chillicothe Female Seminary. Chillicothe. Chillicothe Female Seminary will re-open for the Reception of Pupils on the 25th inst. Arrangements have been made for the thorough instruction of Young Ladies, in all the Classical and Ornamental Branches of Female Literature. Course of Instruction. [Chillicothe 1850]
    668 Chillicothe Polemic Society. The Constitution, or Form of Government of the Chillicothe Polemic Society, Adopted Saturday the 15th of November, 1806. [Chillicothe 1806]
    8701 Chippeway Canal Company. An Act to Incorporate the Chippeway Canal Company. Passed March 9, 1836. [Ravenna 1837]
    1428 Christ Church. Cincinnati. A Declaration and Protest of the Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church, Cincinnati, against the Proceedings of Bishop Hobart and the Trustees of the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, in Relation to the Mission of Bishop Chase to England. Cincinnati 1823.
    1484 Christ Church. Cincinnati. A Letter from the Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church, Cincinnati, to the Rev. Henry U. Onderdonk, on the Conduct of Bishop Hobart towards Bishop Chase. Cincinnati 1824.
    4044 Christian Anti-Slavery Convention. Cincinnati, 1850. The Minutes of the Christian Anti-Slavery Convention. Assembled April 17th-20th, 1850, Cincinnati, Ohio. [Cincinnati] 1850.
    4786 Christy, David, b. 1802. Letter on Geology. Erratic Rocks of North America. [Oxford 1847]
    4880 Christy, David, b. 1802. Letters on Geology: Being a Series of Communications Originally Addressed to Dr. John Locke, of Cincinnati, Giving An Outline of Geology of the West and South West, Together with an Essay on the Erratic Rocks of North America, Address to M. de Verneuil. Illustrated by Geological Sections and Engravings of Some Rare Fossils. By David Christy. Rossville 1848.
    4984 Christy, David, b. 1802. A Lecture on African Colonization. Including a Brief Outline of the Slave Trade, Emancipation, the Relation of the Republic of Liberia to England, & etc. Delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives of the State of Ohio. By David Christy, Agent of the American Colonization Society. Cincinnati 1849.
    2931 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. A Collection of Sacred Hymns, for the Church of the Latter Day Saints. Selected by Emma Smith. Kirtland, Ohio 1835.
    8251 Church of the United Brethren in Christ (1800-1889). Origin, Doctrine, Constitution and Discipline, of the United Brethren in Christ. Seventh Edition. Circleville, O. 1845.
    5060 Church of the United Brethren in Christ (1800-1889). Ursprung, Lehre, Constitution und Zucht-Ordnung der Vereinigten Bruder in Christo. Circleville 1849.
    5399 Church of the United Brethren in Christ (1800-1889). A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the United Brethren in Christ, Taken from the Most Approved Authors, and Adapted to Public and Private Worship. Circleville 1849.
    1810 Cincinnati Academy of Fine Arts. The Act of Incorporation of the Cincinnati Academy of Fine Arts with an Address to the Members of the Institution by John F. Foote, President of the Board of Trustees. Published by Order of the Board. Cincinnati 1828.
    3861 Cincinnati and Whitewater Canal Company. Report of the President to the Stockholders in the Cincinnati and White-Water Canal Company. January 8th, 1840. Cincinnati 1840.
    5921 Cincinnati College. Cincinnati. Circular of Cincinnati College. Cincinnati, April 26th, 1820. Agreeably to a Resolution of the Board of Trustees, It Has Been Made the Duty of the Faculty to Issue a Circular Setting Forth the Present Condition and Prospects of the Cincinnati College. … Cincinnati 1820.
    9601 Cincinnati College. Cincinnati. Circular giving the prospectus of the Cincinnati College for 1820. [Cincinnati 1820]
    3202 Cincinnati College. Cincinnati. A Catalogue of the Officers and Students in Its Medical and Law Departments of Cincinnati College...Session, 1837-38...Published under the Direction of the Board of Trustees. Cincinnati 1837.
    472 Cincinnati College. Cincinnati. Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the Cincinnati College. 1841. Cincinnati 1841.
    8625 Cincinnati College. Law School. Law School of the Cincinnati College. The regular annual term of the Law School of the Cincinnati College will commence on the third Monday in November next, the 18th, and will continue until the first Monday in April. ... [Cincinnati 1850]
    5172 Cincinnati College. Law School. Law School of the Cincinnati College. An Announcement of the Eighteenth Annual Course of Lectures. Charles P. James, Prof. [Cincinnati 1850]
    3010 Cincinnati College. Medical and Law Departments. A Catalogue of the Officers and Students in the Medical and Law Departments of Cincinnati College; First Session: 1835-6. To Which Are Appended, a List of the Graduates at the First Medical Commencement, and a Report from the Trustees to the Corporators. Published Under the Direction of the Board. Cincinnati, Ohio [1836]
    2420 Cincinnati Colonization Society. Cincinnati, Ohio. Proceedings of the Cincinnati Colonization Society, at the Annual Meeting, January 14, 1833. Published by Order of the Managers. Cincinnati MDCCCXXXIII. [1833]
    8182 Cincinnati Female Academy. Cincinnati. Bearer of the greatest number of these tickets at the annual examination, shall be entitled to a Gold Medal, or a premium in books. J. D. Locke, M.D., Principal. Cincinnati [185-]
    2272 Cincinnati Historical Society. Cincinnati. Circular...Doctor Drake. Cincinnati 1832.
    4623 Cincinnati Historical Society. Cincinnati. Annals of the Cincinnati Historical Society. (Part I.). Published by Order of the Society. Cincinnati 1845.
    8404 Cincinnati Historical Society. Cincinnati. Annals of the Cincinnati Historical Society. [Eight lines stating purpose] Published by Order of the Society. Cincinnati 1845.
    7996 Cincinnati Horticultural Society. Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Horticultural Society. Organized on the 20th, February 1843. Officers. ... Council. ... Any packages of Seeds, Scions, Trees, &c., intended for the Society, can be sent to the care of Mr. S.C. Parkhurst, No. 23, Lower Market Street, Cincinnati, who will receive and pay freight for the same. [Cincinnati 1843]
    4703 Cincinnati Horticultural Society. Cincinnati. The Charter, Constitution and By-laws, of the Cincinnati Horticultural Society, with a Report of Its Transactions for 1843, '44,, and '45, List of Members, &c.. Cincinnati 1846.
    6510 Cincinnati Horticultural Society. Cincinnati. Strawberry Report: Read before the Cincinnati Horticultural Society, August, 1847, and Ordered to be Published. Cincinnati 1848.
    1116 Cincinnati Miami Bible Society. Cincinnati. Fifth Annual Report of the Cincinnati Miami Bible Society, Read and Approved at the Fifth Anniversary Meeting, Held in the First Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, October 6, 1819. Published by Order of the Society. Cincinnati 1819.
    1655 Cincinnati Miami Bible Society. Cincinnati. The Twelfth Annual Report of the Cincinnati Miami Bible Society; to Which is Annexed the Address, Delivered before the Society, on Occasion, at the Baptist Meeting House: Aug. 7, 1826. By B. Storer, Esq. Cincinnati 1826.
    1896 Cincinnati Miami Bible Society. Cincinnati. The Fifteenth Annual Report of the Cincinnati Miami Bible Societ, and the Anniversary Address Delivered by David K. Este, Esq. Cincinnati 1829.
    9886 Cincinnati Trade Sale. Catalogue of the Sixth Cincinnati Trade Sale of Books, Paper, Stationery, Stereotype Plates, & c. to Be Sold at Auction on Wednesday, April 10th, 1844, and Following Days Conducted by U.P. James. Cincinnati 1844.
    2590 Cincinnati Type Foundry Company. Cincinnati. Specimen of Modern and Light Face Printing Types and Ornaments, Cast at the Cincinnati Type Founder. Cincinnati 1834.
    9438 Cincinnati Water Company. Cincinnati. Annual Report of the Trustees of the City Water Works, for the Year Ending 31st December, 1848: Together with the Reports of the Superintendant and Engineer, with Statements Showing the Income, and Expenditures, and Condition of the Works. Published in Compliance with the Act of the Legislature for the Government of the City Water Works. Cincinnati January, 1849.
    9439 Cincinnati Water Company. Cincinnati. Annual Report of the Trustees of the City Water Works, for the Year Ending 31st December, 1848 [i.e., 1849]: Together with the Reports of the Superintendant and Engineer, with Statements Showing the Income, and Expenditures, and Condition of the Works. Published in Compliance with the Act of the Legislature for the Government of the City Water Works. Cincinnati January, 1850.
    2154 Cincinnati, Columbus and Wooster Turnpike Company. Report of the Engineer to the Cincinnati, Columbus and Wooster Turnpike Company. Cincinnati 1831.
    4048 Cincinnati, Hamilton, and Dayton Railroad Company. First Annual Report of the President and Directors of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Company, Ohio. Cincinnati May, 1850.
    838 Cincinnati. Brick-Layers. Bill of Prices, Agreed on by the Brick-Layers of Cincinnati, March 1, 1814. [21 lines] We, the subscribers, have duly considered the above prices as low as can be worked for. [2 columns of names, 5 and 4 lines respectively]...March 1, 1814. Cincinnati- [1814]
    6555 Cincinnati. Charters. Charter, Amendments, and General Ordinances of the City of Cincinnati. Published by Order of the City Council. Rev., A.D. 1850. [Cincinnati] 1850.
    1729 Cincinnati. Christ Church. Proceedings of the Wardens and Vestry, and of the Parish of Christ Church, Cincinnati, in Relation to the Separation of the Rev. Samuel Johnston from the Said Church. Cincinnati 1827.
    777 Cincinnati. Citizens. To Lieut. Col. Miller, Commanding the Fourth Regiment of the U.S. Army. Sir, The Citizens of Cincinnati, impressed with a sense of the important service performed by the brave regiment... [Cincinnati 1812]
    2755 Cincinnati. Citizens. Rail-Road from the Banks of the Ohio River to the Tide Waters of the Carolinas and Georgia. Cincinnati 1835.
    4504 Cincinnati. Citizens. Memorial of the Citizens of Cincinnati to the Congress of the United States, Relative to the Navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Cincinnati 1843.
    4568 Cincinnati. Citizens. Memorial of the Citizens of Cincinnati to the Congress of the United States, Relative to the Navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. [Second edition, enlarged.] Cincinnati 1844.
    7338 Cincinnati. Citizens. Town Meeting. Town Meeting. At a very large and respectable meeting of the citizens of Cincinnati...General John S. Gano was appointed Chairman. Feb. 6, 1813. (regards conflict at the river Raisin). Cincinnati 1813.
    6482 Cincinnati. City Council. Law Committee. Majority and Minority Report of the Law Committee Upon the Petition of Thomas Morehead and Others, in Relation to the Obstructing of East Front Street by the Little Miami Railroad. Cincinnati 1848
    6512 Cincinnati. City Council. Law Committee. Majority and Minority Reports of the Law Committee, Upon the Petition of Thomas Morehead and Others, in Relation to the Obstructing of East Front Street, by the Little Miami Railroad. [Cincinnati] 1848.
    3863 Cincinnati. Directory. The Cincinnati, Covington, Newport and Fulton Directory, for 1839-1840: Comprising the Names of Householders, Heads of Families, and Those Engaged in Business, Together with the State or County of Their Birth, &c. by David Henry Shaffer. Cincinnati [1840?]
    1571 Cincinnati. Directory. The Cincinnati Directory for 1825, Containing the Names of Its Citizens, Their Occupations, Places of Residence, and Places of Nativity; Alphabetically Arranged, with a Variety of Other Matter. Illustrated by a Copperplate Engraving of the Plan of the City. By Harvey Hall. Cincinnati 1825, Price, in Boards, 75 cents.
    1894 Cincinnati. Directory. The Cincinnati Directory, for the Year 1829 to which are Appended, Lists of State, County, & City Officers; Some General Statistical Notices, etc. with the Officers and Names of the Various Religious and Benevolent Societies; also the Annual Advertiser. Cincinnati 1829.
    2153 Cincinnati. Directory. The Cincinnati Directory, for the Year 1831: Containing the Names of the Inhabitants, Their Occupations, Places of Business, and Dwelling-Houses, and a Complete List of the Streets and Alleys; with an Appendix, Containing the Names of City, Township, County and State Officers, and the Names of Officers of the Various Public Literary, Scientific and Religious Institutes with a Variety of Interesting Statistical Notices. Cincinnati 1831.
    3011 Cincinnati. Directory. The Cincinnati Directory, for the Years 1836--7: Containing the Names of the Inhabitants, Their Occupations, Places of Business, and Dwell- ings, and a Complete List of the Streets and Alleys; with an Appendix Containing the Names of City, Township, County and State Officers, and the Names and Officers of the Various Public, Literary, Scientific, and Religious Institutions, with a Variety of Interesting Statistical Notices. Cincinnati 1836.
    4389 Cincinnati. Directory. The Cincinnati Directory for 1842. Charles Cist, Compiler. Cincinnati 1842.
    4390 Cincinnati. Directory. The Cincinnati Directory for the Years 1843-44. Charles Cist, Compiler. Cincinnati 1843.
    4391 Cincinnati. Directory. Robinson & Jones' Cincinnati Directory for 1846. Containing the Names of the Inhabitants Alphabetically Arranged; Their Occupations, Places of Business, and Dwellings; a List of the Streets and Alleys of the City; an Alphabetical List of the Advertisers and Subscribers to This Directory; an Index to All Public Institutions and Buildings; Also, a New and Complete Map of the City and Surrounding Districts. First Annual Issue. Cincinnati 1846.
    1114 Cincinnati. Directory. The Cincinnati Directory, Containing the Names, Profession and Occupation of the Inhabitants of the Town, Alphabetically Arranged; with the Number of the Building Occupied by Each. Also, an Account of Its Officers, Population, Institutions and Societies, Public Buildings, Manufactures, &c. With an Interesting Sketch of Its Local Situation and Improvements. Illustrated by a Copperplate Engraving, Exhibiting a View of the City. By a Citizen. [Cincinnati] October, 1819.
    7366 Cincinnati. First Baptist Church. Reply to Dr. William Henry Brisbane on the Subject of Abolitionism, Together with the Remonstrances of the Church Members. Cincinnati 1841.
    6291 Cincinnati. Master Carpenters' and Joiners' Society. The Book of Prices of the House Carpenters and Joiners of the City of Cincinnati: Adopted Monday, January 4, 1819. Carefully Revised and Enlarged. February, 1844 by Louis H. Shally. [Cincinnati] 1844.
    2757 Cincinnati. Ordinances. An Act Incorporating the City of Cincinnati, and a Digest of the Ordinances of Said City, of a General Nature, Now in Force, with an Appendix. Revised and Published by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati 1835.
    5679 Cincinnati. Painters. Rules for Measuring Painter's Work Quality, and appointing Adam Moore as measurer and inspector of work. July 29, 1814. Cincinnati 1814.
    9395 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Fifth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1834. Together with the City Clerk's Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, and the Proceedings of the City Council Thereon. Reprinted by Order of the School Board. Cincinnati 1834.
    9675 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Annual Reports of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati; Rendered March 23, 1836: Together with Various Tabular Extracts Appertaining Thereto; and the Subsequent Proceedings of the Council in Relation to the Same. To Which Is Added an Appendix, Containing a General Summary of the Receipts and Expenditures for the Past Year: and the Report of a Select Committee on Pavements; Submitted and Adopted March 23, 1836. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati 1836.
    8586 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Seventh Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1836 [i.e., 1835]. Together with the City Clerk's Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, and the Proceedings of the City Council Thereon. Reprinted by Order of the School Board. Cincinnati 1836.
    5334 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Ninth Annual Report of the Condition of the Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1838. Together with the City Clerk's Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, and the Proceedings of the City Council Thereon. Reprinted by the School Board. Cincinnati 1838.
    9398 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Annual Report of the Condition of the Common Schools to the City Council of Cincinnati, Rendered June 30, 1838 by the Board of Trustees and Visitors, and the Subsequent Proceedings of the Council of the Same. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati 1838.
    5611 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Tenth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, June 29, 1839, and the Subsequent Proceedings of the Council in Relation to the Same. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati 1839.
    3856 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Eleventh Annual Report of the Condition of the Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati. Rendered June 30, 1840, by the Board of Trustees and Visitors. And the Subsequent Proceedings of the Council on the Same. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati 1840.
    469 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Twelfth Annual Report of the Condition of the Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati. June 2 [i.e., June 29], 1841. By the Board of Trustees and Visitors. Accompanied by the Report of the Board of Examiners and Inspectors, and the Subsequent Proceedings of the Council. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati 1841.
    4787 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Thirteenth Annual Report of the Condition of the Common Schools to the City Council of Cincinnati, Rendered June 30, 1842, by the Board of Trustees and Visitors. And the Subsequent Proceedings of the Council on the Same. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati 1842.
    9396 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Fourteenth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1843. Together with the City Clerk's Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, and the Proceedings of the City Council Thereon. Reprinted by Order of the School Board. Cincinnati 1843.
    7868 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Sixteenth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1845: Together with the Proceedings of the City Council thereon. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati 1845.
    9400 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Seventeenth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1846. Together with the City Clerk's Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, and the Proceedings of the City Council Thereon. Reprinted by Order of the School Board. Cincinnati 1846.
    9397 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Seventeenth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1846. Together with the City Clerk's Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, and the Proceedings of the City Council Thereon. Reprinted by Order of the School Board. Cincinnati 1846.
    8852 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Fourteenth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1843: Together with the Proceedings of City Council Thereon, and Various Supplementary Documents, Illustrating the State and Prospects of Said Schools. [One line of quotation] Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati August, 1843.
    9480 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Fifteenth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Commons School, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1844: Together with the Proceedings of City Council Thereon. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati August, 1844.
    9402 Cincinnati. Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools. Eighteenth Annual Report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the School Year Ending June 30, 1847, Together with the Proceedings of City Council Thereon. Printed by Order of the City Council. Cincinnati September, 1847
    9648 Cincinnatian, A. The Political Responsibilities of the People of the Free States, in Relation to American Slavery. By a Cincinnatian. Cincinnati April, 1846.
    274 Citizen of Ohio. The Military Fame of Gen. Wm. Henry Harrison Acquired in the Battles of Tippecanoe, Fort Meigs, and the Thames. By a Citizen of Ohio. Cincinnati 1840.
    7550 Citizens' Bank. Cincinnati. Citizens' Bank: No. 25 East Fourth Street, between Main and Syracuse Sts. Established by Authority of the City Government. W. Smead. Cincinnati 185-.
    8651 Clark County Agricultural Society. Constitution of the Clark County Agricultural Society. Adopted at Springfield. November 3d, 1831. Springfield 1832.
    119 Clarke, Calvin. Christian Submission. A Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Mrs. Susan Heard Cleaveland, (Wife of the Rev. John P. Cleaveland,) Who Died at Marshall, Mich. October 1st, 1843, by the Rev. Calvin Clarke, of Kalamazoo. Cincinnati 1844.
    1812 Clay, Henry, 1777-1852. An Address of Henry Clay, to the Public; Containing Certain Testimony in Refutation of the Charges Against Him, Made by Gen. Andrew Jackson, Touching the Last Presidential Election. Cincinnati 1828.
    4437 Clay, Henry, 1777-1852. Speech of Henry Clay, at Dayton, Ohio, September 29, 1842. As Reported by Marcus T. C. Gould. Cincinnati 1842.
    251 Clay, Henry, 1777-1852. Speeches of the Hon. Henry Clay, of the Congress of the United States. By Richard Chambers. By Richard Chambers. Cincinnati 1842.
    3624 Claybaugh, Joseph, 1803-1855. The Christian Intelligencer, & Evangelical Guardian---Extra. Introductory Address, to the Students of the Theological Seminary, of the Second A.R. Synod of the West. At the Opening of Its First Session, December 2, 1839. By Rev. Joseph Claybaugh, S.T.P. Oxford, O. 1839.
    3864 Claybaugh, Joseph, 1803-1855. Introductory Address, to the Students of the Theological Seminary, of the Second A. R. Synod of the West. At the Opening of Its Second Session, November 9, 1840. By Rev. Joseph Claybaugh, S.T.P. Published by Request of the Students. Oxford, O. 1840.
    475 Claybaugh, Joseph, 1803-1855. Calvinism Not Inconsistent with the Gospel Call. Address to the Students of the Theological Seminary of the Second A.R. Synod of the West, at the Opening of the Session, November 1, 1841. By Joseph Claybaugh, D.D. Published by Request of the Students. Rossville 1841.
    6823 Claybaugh, Joseph, 1803-1855. Free-Will. An Address to the Students of the Theological Seminary of the Second A.R. Synod of the West., at the Opening of the Session, November 13th, 1843. By Joseph Claybaugh, D.D. Published by Request of the Students. Rossville 1843.
    7464 Claybaugh, Joseph, 1803-1855. Address on the Reasons of the Presbyterian Form of Church Government to the Students of the Theological Seminary of the Second A.R. Synod of the West: at the Opening of the Session, November 10, 1844, By Joseph Claybaugh, D.D. Published by Request of the Students. Rossville 1844.
    5178 Cleveland City Seed Store. Cleveland City Seed Store, and Western Reserve Agricultural Repository Catalogue. 91 Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio. January 1, 1839. [Cleveland 1839]
    8007 Cleveland Marine Total Abstinence Society. Cleveland. Membership Pledge. Cleveland 1845.
    7745 Cleveland, Citizens of. Public Meeting. Agreeable to the call for a public meeting, signed by 204 of the citizens of Cleveland ... Re: Bank of the United States. [Cleveland 1834]
    3393 Cleveland, Warren Rail Road Company. Report of the Engineer to the Directors of the Cleveland and Warren Rail Road Company, February 24, 1838. [Published by Order of the Directors.] Cleveland 1838.
    3017 Cleveland, Warren and Pittsburgh Railroad Company. Charter of the Cleveland, Warren and Pittsburgh Rail Road Company Estimate of Cost, and Proceedings of the Commissioners Thereon. Cleveland 1836.
    153 Cleveland. Directory. A Directory of the Cities of Cleveland & Ohio, for the Years 1837--38. Comprising Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Each Place-An Alphabetical List of Inhabitants, Their Business and Residence-A List of the Municipal Officers-Every Information Relative to the Public Offices and Officers, Churches, Associations and Institutions, Shipping, Steamboats, Stages, &c.-Also, A List of Officers of the Government of Ohio-A Table of Foreign Coins and Currencies-And a Variety of Other Useful Information. By Julius P. Bolivar Mac Cabe. Cleveland 1837.
    4388 Cleveland. Directory. Peet's General Business Directory of the Cities of Cleveland and Ohio [City], for 1845-6. First Year of Publication. By Elijah Peet. Cleveland 1845.
    1622 Cleveland. Directory. Peet's General Business Directory of the City of Cleveland, for the Years 1846-7, Together with a Historical and Statistical Account. Second Year of Publication. By Elijah Peet. Lat. 41 deg. 30 min. W. lon. 81 deg. 46 min; or 4 deg. 30 min. W. of the city of Washington. Cleveland 1846.
    298 Cleveland. Directory. Smead & Cowles' General Business Directory, of the City of Cleveland. Compiled by William Stephenson. Cleveland 1848.
    4383 Cleveland. Directory. Smead & Cowles' General Business Directory for the City of Cleveland, with a Historical Sketch, by John Barr, Esq. Compiled by I.N. Mason. Cleveland 1850.
    4321 Cleveland. Fire Department. Fireman's Ball. You are respectfully invited to attend a Ball...Jan. 27, 1843...American House. Cleveland 1843.
    1572 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's Spelling Book, Being a Just Standard for Pronouncing the English Language, Containing the Rudiments of the English Language Arranged in Catechetical Order, an Organization of the Alphabet, an Easy Scheme of Spelling and Pronouncement, Intermixed with Easy Reading Lessons: to which are Added, Some Useful Tables, with the Names of Cities, Counties, Towns, Rivers, Lakes, &c. in the United States; and a List of the Proper Names Contained in the New Testament, and Pronounced According to the Best Authorities. Designed to Teach the Orthography and Orthoepy of J. Walker. By Lyman Cobb, Author of the Juvenile Reader, School Dictionary, Expositor, Explanatory Arithmetic, and Sequel. [One line of quotation] Revised Edition. St. Clairsville, Ohio. [1825]
    8772 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's Spelling Book, Being a Just Standard for Pronouncing the English Language; Containing the Rudiments of the English Language, Arranged in Catechetical Order; an Organization of the Alphabet; an Easy Scheme of Spelling and Pronouncement, Intermixed with Easy Reading Lessons: to Which are Added, Some Useful Tables, with the Names of Cities, Counties, Towns, Rivers, Lakes, &c. in the United States; and a List of the Proper Names Contained in the New Testament, and Pronounced According to the Best Authorities. Designed to Teach the Orthography and Orthoepy of J. Walker. By Lyman Cobb, Author of the Juvenile Readers, School Dictionary, Expositor, Explanatory Arithmetic, and Sequel. Examine thoroughly and Impartially, Then Judge. Revised Edition. St. Clairsville, Ohio. [1843]
    6318 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's Toys, Third Series, No. 4. Stories About The Turkey, Nightingale, Wookpecker, King-Fisher, Bullfinch, and Blackbird. Cleveland 1835.
    6035 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's Spelling Book, Being a Just Standard for Pronouncing the English Language, Containing the Rudiments of the English Language Arranged in Catechetical Order, an Organization of the Alphabet, an Easy Scheme of Spelling and Pronouncement, Intermixed with Easy Reading Lessons: to which are Added, Some Useful Tables, with the Names of Cities, Counties, Towns, Rivers, Lakes, &c. in the United States; and a List of the Proper Names Contained in the New Testament, and Pronounced According to the Best Authorities. Designed to Teach the Orthography and Orthoepy of J. Walker. Rev. Edition. St. Clairsville 1836.
    3395 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's Spelling Book, Being a Just Standard for Pronouncing the English Language, Containing the Rudiments of the English Language Arranged in Catechetical Order, an Organization of the Alphabet, an Easy Scheme of Spelling and Pronouncement, Intermixed with Easy Reading Lessons: to which are Added, Some Useful Tables, with the Names of Cities, Counties, Towns, Rivers, Lakes, &c. in the United States; and a List of the Proper Names Contained in the New Testament, and Pronounced According to the Best Authorities. Designed to Teach the Orthography and Orthoepy of J. Walker. Rev. Edition. Cleveland, O. 1838
    3866 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's Spelling Book, Being a Just Standard for Pronouncing the English Language, Containing the Rudiments of the English Language Arranged in Catechetical Order, an Organization of the Alphabet, an Easy Scheme of Spelling and Pronouncement, Intermixed with Easy Reading Lessons: to which are Added, Some Useful Tables, with the Names of Cities, Counties, Towns, Rivers, Lakes, &c. in the United States; and a List of the Proper Names Contained in the New Testament, and Pronounced According to the Best Authorities. Designed to Teach the Orthography and Orthoepy of J. Walker. Rev. Edition. Ortheopy [sic] of J. Walker. By Lyman Cobb. Rev. ed. St. Clairsville 1840.
    6260 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. New North American Reader; or, Fifth Reading Book, Containing a Great Variety of Interesting, Historical, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons in Prose and Poetry, from Highly Esteemed American and English Writers; All the words in the First Reading Lesson, not Contained in any Reading Lesson in the Juvenile Readers or in the Sequel, and All New Words in Each Subsequent Reading Lesson, throughout the Books, are placed before it, as a Spelling Lesson, with the Division, Pronunciation, Accentuation, Both Primary and Secondary Accent, and Definition Noted, and the Part of Speech Designated. Designed for the Use of the Highest Classes in Schools and Academies and to Impress the Minds of Youth with Sentiments of Virtue and Religion. Also, Rules and Observations on the Principles of Good Reading. By Lyman Cobb, A.M., Author of the New First Book, New Juvenile Readers, Nos. 1, 2, and 3, New Sequel to the Juvenile Readers, Expositor, School Dictionary, New Spelling Book, in Six Parts, &c. &c. Cincinnati 1845.
    243 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's New First Book or Introduction to the Spelling Book for the Use of Small Children in Schools and Families. Cincinnati 1846.
    9419 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's Series of Reading Books, in Five Numbers. Cobb's New Juvenile Reader, No. II; or, Second Reading Book. By Lyman Cobb. Cincinnati 1847
    6881 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's New Sequel to The Juvenile Readers, or, Fourth Reading Book, Containing a Selection of Interesting, Historical, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons in Prose and Poetry, from Highly Esteemed American and English Writers; in Which All Words in the First Reading Lesson Not Contained in Any Reading Lesson in the Three Juvenile Readers, and All New Words in Each Subsequent Reading Lesson, Throughout the Book, Are Placed Before It, with the Division, Pronunciation, Accentuation, Both Primary and Secondary Accent, and Definition Noted, and the Part of Speech Designated. Designed for the Use of Higher Classes in Schools and Academies; and to Impress the Minds of Youth with Sentiments of Virtue and Religion. Also, An Appendix, Containing a Class of Words of Variable Orthography and Words of Variable Pronunciation, and Quotations from Other Languages. By Lyman Cobb, A.M., Author of The First Book, Juvenile Readers, Nos. 1, 2, and 3, Sequel to The Juvenile Readers, North American Reader, Expositor, School Dictionary, New Spelling Book, in Six Parts, Explanatory Arithmetic, Nos. 1 and 2, Ciphering Book, Nos. 1 and 2, &c. &c. Cincinnati 1847.
    9052 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's New Juvenile Reader, No. III; or, Third Reading Book, Containing Interesting, Historical, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons, Composed of Words of a Greater Number of Syllables Than the Lessons in Nos. I and II; And a Greater Variety of Composition, Both in Prose and Poetry, Selected from the Writings of the Best American and English Authors; in Which, All the Words in the First Reading Lesson, Not Contained in Any Reading Lesson in Nos. I and II, and All New Words in Each Subsequent Reading Lesson, throughout the Book, Are Placed Before It, with the Division, Pronunciation, Accentuation, Both Primary and Secondary Accent, and Definition Noted, and the Part of Speech Designated for the Use of Larger Children in Schools and Families. By Lyman Cobb, A.M., Author of the First Book Juvenile Readers, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Sequel to the Juvenile Readers, North American Reader, Expositor, School Dictionary, New Spelling Book, in Six Parts, Explanatory Arithmetic, Nos. 1 and 2, Ciphering Book, Nos. 1 and 2, &c. &c. Cincinnati 1848.
    9406 Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864. Cobb's New Juvenile Reader, No. II, or, Second Reading Book, Containing Interesting, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons, Composed of Easy Words of One, Two, and Three Syllables; in Which All the Words in the First Reading Lesson, and Contained in Any Reading Lesson in No. I, and All New Words in Each Subsequent Reading Lesson, Throughout the Book, Are Place before It, with the Division, Pronunciation, Accentuation, and Definition Noted, and the Part of Speech Designated. Designed for the Use of Small Children; And in Connexion with No. I, to Accompany the Spelling Book in Schools and Families. By Lyman Cobb, A.M., Author of the First Juvenile Readers, Expositor, School Dictionary, New Spelling Book, in Six Parts, Explanatory Arithmetic, Nos. 1 and 2, Ciphering Books, Nos. 1 and 2, &c. &c. Cincinnati 1850.
    3208 Coke, Richard Henry, 1815-1845. An Address Delivered before the Graduates of the Erodelphian Society of Miami University, August 9th, 1837. By Richard Henry Coke, Esq. of Kentucky. Oxford 1837.
    8995 Columbian and Great West. Fall and Winter Reading. New Series and Additional Attractions. That Standard Family Paper, The Columbian and Great West, begins a new series on the 14th September, 1850 ... W.B. Shattuck, Editor and Proprietor. E. Penrose Jones, Publisher, Cincinnati, O. ... [Cincinnati 1850]
    4637 Columbian Phalanx. Zanesville. Public Sale. Pursuant to a deed of trust executed to me, by Simon Shurtliff, Anthony Baker and James Oatley, trustees of an for the Columbian Phalanx, in Muskingum County and state of Ohio, to secure the payment of certain debts therein specified, I will offer for sale, at the House of James Oatley, on the domain of the said Columbian Phalanx, on Wednesday, the 7th day of January next, the following prescribed personal property, to wit:--8 yoke of work oxen, 13 milch cows, twelve ploughs and harrows, fifty head of sheep, forty head hogs .. [Zanesville] [1845]
    4704 Columbian Phalanx. Zanesville. Public notice. Pursuant to a deed of trust executed to me by Anthony Baker, James Oatley and Simeon Shurtliff, trustees of the Columbian Phalanx, on the 17th November, 1845, to secure payment of certain debts therein described, I shall proceed to sell at public outcry on Wednesday, the 14th day of October inst., upon the lands lately occupied by the said Columbian Phalanx upon the Muskingum River, in this county, all the following valuable personal property, to-wit: 5 yoke oxen, 12 milch cows, 6 head young cattle, 12 sheep ... [Zanesville] [1846]
    5173 Columbiana County Mutual Insurance Company. Western Palladium----Extra. The Annual Report of the Columbiana County Mutual Insurance Company for the year ending June 1st, 1846. [New Lisbon 1846]
    1342 Columbus Baptist Association. Minutes of the Columbus Baptist Association, Held by Appointment, at Bethel Church, Franklin County, Ohio, August 30, 31,--- September 1, 1822. [Three lines of quotations from Acts] Delaware, Ohio. 1822.
    5589 Columbus. Committee of Citizens. Report on the Territory of Oregon, By a Committee, Appointed at a Meeting of the Citizens of Columbus, to Collect Information in Relation Thereto. Columbus 1843.
    4385 Columbus. Directory. The Columbus Business Directory, for 1843-4. Containing a Brief History of the City and Public Institutions, the Names of Householders, Heads of Families, etc. Columbus 1843.
    4386 Columbus. Directory. Kinney's Directory of Columbus, for 1845-6, Comprising the Names of Householders, Head of Families, Persons Engaged in Business, Their Occupation, etc., etc. Columbus 1845.
    4387 Columbus. Directory. Directory for the City of Columbus, for the Year 1848. Containing a Brief History of the City, Statistics of Institutions, and The Names, Residence and Business of All Citizens, Inhabitants, &c. Columbus 1848.
    4053 Columbus. Directory. Directory of the City of Columbus, For the Years 1850-'51. Containing the New City Charter, a Brief History of the City, the Names of the Officers of the Public Institutions, and the Names and Residence of Householders, and All Persons Engaged in Business, &c. Columbus 1850.
    4094 Columbus. Laws, statutes, etc. An Ordinance to Enforce the Several Ordinances Providing for the Paving of Side Walks...City Council...Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 13, 1837. Columbus 1837.
    1217 Columbus. Ordinances. Acts of Incorporation, Bye-Laws and Ordinances, of the Borough of Columbus. An Act to Incorporate the Town of Columbus, in the County of Franklin. [Columbus 1820]
    4295 Columbus. Ordinances. Ordinances of the City of Columbus to Which Is Prefixed the City Charter, Passed, March 3, 1834. Columbus 1848.
    802 Columbus. Republican Citizens. Watch, lest the thief come in a way and hour that ye know not. [column 1 begins:] At a meeting of the Republican citizens of Columbus, and others assembled at Christian Heyl's the 26th inst. It was unanimously agreed that the following address be published and circulated in the 5th Congressional district in Ohio. To the Independent Republican voters of the Fifth Congressional district, composed of the counties of Licking, Fairfield, Franklin, Madison, Champaign, Miami, Montgomery and Darke. [Franklinton 1813]
    4330 Commercial Bank of Lake Erie. Statement of the Commercial Bank of Lake Erie. January 2, 1837. Cleveland 1837.
    4443 Committee of Presbytery. Answer to Rev. Andrew Heron's Address to the Associate Congregation of Caesar's Creek by A Committee of Presbytery. Xenia, O. 1842.
    3388 Committee to Inquire into the Causes of the Explosion of the Moselle. Cincinnati. Report of the Committee Appointed by the Citizens of Cincinnati, April 26, 1838, to Enquire into the Causes of the Explosion of the Moselle, and to Suggest Such Preventive Measures as May be Best Calculated to Guard Hereafter against Such Occurrences. Cincinnati 1838.
    5199 Conneaut and Beaver Railroad Company. Office of the Conneaut & Beaver Railroad Company, Conneaut, O., Feb. 15, 1839. Agreeable to your request. O. A. Knapp, Pres. [Conneaut 1839]
    7712 Conneaut Fire Department. [ornament of eagle] Firemen's Celebration. July 4th. 1849. The 73d Anniversary Of This Ever Glorious Day, On which American Patriotism burst the shackles of British-tyranny ... by the Fire Department. Conneaut 1849.
    992 Connecticut Reserve Bible Society. An Introductory Address, by the President of the Connecticut Reserve Bible Society, and the Third Report of the Trustees of the Society, Presented and Read at Their Annual Meeting, at Burton, June 11th, 1817. Canton, Ohio 1817.
    2772 Conover, James F. Oration, on the History of the First Discovery and Settlement of the New World, with Especial Reference to the Mississippi Valley, etc., Delivered before the Cincinnati Literary Society, at Its Fourth Anniversary Celebration, by James F. Conover, Esq. An Ode, Delivered on the Same Occasion, by Mr. Thomas H. Shreve. Cincinnati 1835.
    4792 Convention of Christ's Messenger. Resolutions of the Convention of Christ's Messenger, Assembled from the 12th to the 19th of August, 1847, at the Trumbull Phalanx, Ohio. Trumbull Phalanx. [1847]
    2486 Convention of Receivers of the Doctrines of the New Jerusalem Westward of the Alleghany Mountains. Circular of the Second Annual Convention of Receivers of the Doctrines of the New Jerusalem Westward of the Alleghany Mountains. Held in Cincinnati, on the 6th and 7th of September, 1833--77. Cincinnati [1833?]
    9028 Convers, Charles C. The President, Directors and Company of the Commercial Bank of Cincinnati, Plaintiffs in Error, vs. the Executors of Eunice Buckingham, Defendants in Error. [Zanesville, Oh. 1846]
    7178 Cook, J. T. New Carding and Fulling Factory. The Subscriber has set up his Works for Carding and Fulling by Horse Power, at his place of residence...north of the court-house in Urbana... [Urbana 1824]
    4793 Coombs, J. J. Speech of Hon. J.J. Coombs, in the Senate, Pending the Resolution Appointing Samuel Medary, Printer to the Senate. December 16, 1846. Speech of C.B. Goddard, in the Senate of Ohio, Pending the Resolution Directing the Clerk to Purchase Paper for the Printing of the Senate. December 23, 1846. Columbus 1847.
    6360 Coop, Timothy. A Trip Around the World; A Series of Letters by Timothy Coop and Henry Exley. Cincinnati 1822.
    4678 Cooper Female Academy. Dayton. Catalogue of the Instructors and Pupils of the Cooper Female Academy, for the Academic Year Commencing Sept. 1, 1845, and Ending July 10, 1846, and Circular for 1846-7. Dayton 1846.
    4683 Cooper Female Academy. Dayton. Catalogue of the Instructors and Pupils of the Cooper Female Academy, for the Academic Year Commencing Sept. 1, 1846, and Ending July 10, 1847, and Circular for 1847-8. Dayton 1847.
    993 Cooper, Daniel C. A Short Account of the Conduct of Mr. James Welsh, While a Citizen of Dayton, by Daniel C. Cooper. In Consequence of an Address to the Citizens of Ohio and Others, By Mr. James Welch, Published in the Ohio Watchman; Together with His Letters to D. C. Cooper. Dayton 1817.
    6297 Cooper, Peter, Rev. Galileo--The Roman Inquisition: A Defence of the Catholic Church from the Charge of Having Persecuted Galileo for His Philosophical Opinions. From the Dublin Review. With an Introduction by an American Catholic. Cincinnati 1844.
    478 Cordingley, J. L. (John L.) Instructions for the Sliding Rule, with a Description of the Several Lines upon It, and Directions How to Find Any Number Thereon;-- Together with an Application of Those Lines to Multiplication, Division, the Rule of Three, &c. &c. The Mensuration of Superficies and Solids Are Likewise Made Perfectly Easy. It Is Also Particularly Useful in Weighing All Kinds of Metals, and Other Bodies, to Which Is Added the Gague [sic] Points for the Standard Weights and Measures, and Other Useful Knowledge for Engineers, Mechanics, &c. Carefully Prepared by J.L. Cordingley, Engineer, and Others. Cincinnati 1841.
    3400 Corry, William M. (William McMillan), 1811-1880. Eulogy on William M'Millan, Esq. Pronounced at the Request of Novae Caesarea Harmony Lodge, No. 2. October 28, 1837. By William M. Corry, Esq. To Which Is Prefixed, the Proceedings of Said Lodge in Erecting and Dedicating a Monument in the Memory of Brother William M'Millan. Cincinnati 1838.
    7672 Cottage Hill Academy. Ellsworth. Cottage Hill Academy. Board Of Trustees. ... Principal E. Morgan Parritt. Teacher in Ladies' Department Miss E. Smith. ... Ellsworth, Trumbull County, Ohio, August 8, 1842. Ellsworth 1842.
    2775 Cowan, John W., defendant. The Life and Confession of John W. Cowan, Who Murdered His Wife and Two Children on the 10th of October, 1835 in the City of Cincinnati. Written by Himself and Arranged for the Press, and Published, by James Allen. Cincinnati 1835.
    801 Coxe, Margaret, 1805-1855. The Life of John Wycliffe, D.D. By Margaret Coxe, Author of "The Young Lady's Companion," "Botany of the Scriptures," "Wonders of the Deep," "Visant to Nahant," &c. Columbus M DCCC XL. [1840]
    53 Coxe, Margaret, 1805-1855. The Young Lady's Companion In a Series of Letters, by Margaret Coxe, Author of 'Botany of the Scriptures,' 'Wonders of the Deep,' &c. Columbus M DCCC XXXIX. [1839]
    5582 Coxe, Margaret, 1805-1855. Floral Emblems; or, Moral Sketches from Flowers. By Margaret Coxe. Author of "The Young Lady's Companion;" "Claims of the Country on American Females;" "Wonders of the Deep; [sic] "Visit to Nahant;" "Infant Brother." Cincinnati MDCCCXLV. [1845]
    4055 Coyner, David H. The Lost Trappers; A Collection of Interesting Scenes and Events in the Rocky Mountains; Together with a Short Description of California; Also, Some Account of the Fur Trade, Especially as Carried on About the Sources of Missouri, Yellow Stone, and on the Waters of the Columbia, in the Rocky Mountains. By David H. Coyner. Second Edition. Cincinnati 1850.
    8082 Crapsey, J. T. Opinion upon the effect which the first section of the fourth article of the constitution of this state has upon the rights of suffrage [Cincinnati 1840]
    1659 Crihfield, Arthur, -1852. What is Truth? or, A Search after, and Defence of, the Doctrine Taught in the Sacred Scriptures; Designed as a Help Towards a Better Understanding of Some Important Points in Theology Than Many Among the Baptist Have; and as a Refutation of Armenianism. By Arthur Crihfield. Xenia 1826.
    526 Critic. Letters on History and Politics, Principally Addressed to "Tom the Wagon Boy," or "His Excellency the Governor of the State of Ohio." By "Critic." [Eleven lines of quotations] Columbus 1841.
    3630 Crockett, David, 1786-1836. Life of Martin Van Buren, Heir-Apparent to the "Government" and the Appointed Successor of General Andrew Jackson...with Concise History of Events That Have Occasioned His Unparalleled Elevating; Together with a Review of His Policy as a Statesman. Cincinnati 1839.
    3631 Crockett, David, 1786-1836. A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett, of the State of Tennessee. [Two lines of verse] Written by Himself. Cincinnati 1839.
    613 Crothers, Samuel, 1783-1856. The Life of Abraham, The First Missionary, Designed for Youth in Families, Sabbath Schools, and Bible Classes. By Samuel Crothers, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Greenfield, Ohio. Chillicothe, Ohio. 1847.
    8593 Crouse, David. Chillicothe (Ohio) Advertiser-Extra. Mr. Crouse's Address, Proving a Secret Conspiracy of the Officers of the Bank of Chillicothe, Against the Democratic Party in This Vicinity. [Chillicothe 1835]
    286 Crowell, William, 1806-1871. The Church Member's Hand-Book: A Guide to the Doctrines and Practice of Baptist Churches. By William Crowell, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Waterville, Me. Author of the "Church Member's Manual." [Three lines of quotation] Cincinnati [1849]
    3401 Cumings, Samuel. The Western Pilot; Containing Charts of the Ohio River and of the Mississippi, from the Mouth of the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico; Accompanied with Directions for Navigating the Same, and a Gazetteer; or Description of the Towns on Their Banks, Tributary Streams, etc., Also, a Variety of Matter Interesting to Travelers, and All Concerned in the Navigation of Those Rivers; with a Table of Distances from Town to Town on All the Above Rivers. Cincinnati 1838.
    3632 Cumings, Samuel. The Western Pilot; Containing Charts of the Ohio River and of the Mississippi, from the Mouth of the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico; Accompanied with Directions for Navigating the Same, and a Gazetteer; or Description of the Towns on Their Banks, Tributary Streams, etc., Also, a Variety of Matter Interesting to Travelers, and All Concerned in the Navigation of Those Rivers; with a Table of Distances from Town to Town on All the Above Rivers. Revised and corrected by Eppts. Charles Ross and Hugh McClain. Cincinnati 1839.
    3874 Cumings, Samuel. The Western Pilot; Containing Charts of the Ohio River and of the Mississippi, from the Mouth of the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico; Accompanied with Directions for Navigating the Same, and a Gazetteer; or Description of the Towns on Their Banks, Tributary Streams, etc., Also, a Variety of Matter Interesting to Travelers, and All Concerned in the Navigation of Those Rivers; with a Table of Distances from Town to Town on All the Above Rivers. New Edition. A Revised and Altered Edition of the Author's "Western Navigator." Cincinnati 1840.
    4795 Cumings, Samuel. The Western Pilot; Containing Charts of the Ohio River and of the Mississippi, from the Mouth of the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico; Accompanied with Directions for Navigating the Same, and a Gazetteer; or Description of the Towns on Their Banks, Tributary Streams, etc., Also, a Variety of Matter Interesting to Travelers, and All Concerned in the Navigation of Those Rivers; with a Table of Distances from Town to Town on All the Above Rivers. By Samuel Cummings. Containing the Population of the Principal Towns on the River in 1846. Rev. and Cor. Every Year by Capts. Charles Ross & John Klinefelter. Cincinnati 1847.
    4993 Cumings, Samuel. Western Pilot; Containing Charts of the Ohio River and of the Mississippi, from the Mouth of the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico; Accompanied with Directions for Navigating the Same, and a Gazetteer; or Description of the Towns on Their Banks, Tributary Streams, etc., Also, a Variety of Matter Interesting to Travelers, and All Concerned in the Navigation of Those Rivers; with a Table of Distances from Town to Town on All the Above Rivers. Rev. and Corr. Every Year by John J. Crane, Containing the Population of the Principal Towns on the River in 1846. Cincinnati 1849.
    96 Curry, Otway, 1808-1855. The Lore of the Past, A Poem; Delivered before the Union Literary Society of Hanover College, Ind. at Their Fifth Anniversary, September 26, 1837. By Otway Curry, Esq. Cincinnati 1838.
    1181 Curtis, Alva, 1797-1881. Discussions Between Several Members of the Regular Medical Faculty, and the Thomsonian Botanic Physicians, on the Comparative Merits of Their Respective Systems. Edited and Published by Dr. A. Curtis. Teacher of Botanico-Medical Science. Columbus, Ohio 1836.
    7162 Curtis, Henry B. (Henry Barnes), 1799-1885. Inaugural Address of the President of the Mount Vernon Lyceum. [Mount Vernon] 1834.
    4994 Curwen, Maskell E. A Revising Index to the Statute Law of the State of Ohio, Showing the Present State of the Law by Indicating the Changes That Have Been Made Since the Publication of Swan's Statutes. With References to the Ohio Reports, and Occasional Illustrations from Other Reports. By M.E. Curwen, Attorney at Law. Dayton 1849.
    2160 Cushman, Ralph, 1792-1831. An Appeal to the Christian Public, against the Allegations Contained in a Pamphlet Written by J.L. Wilson, Entitled "Four Propositions Sustained against the Claims of the American Home Missionary Society." By Ralph Cushman. [two lines from John] Cincinnati 1831.
    5352 Cutler, William Parker, 1812-1889. A Report, Exhibiting Some Statistical Facts and Arguments, Favorable to the Construction of the Belpre & Cincinnati Railroad. Made by William P. Cutler, (a Committee on the Subject,) to the Board of Directors of the B. & C.R.R. Company, and Published by Their Order. Chillicothe 1848.
    4894 Cutter, G. W. (George Washington), 1801?-1865. Buena Vista: and Other Poems. By G. W. Cutter. Cincinnati 1848.
    10146 Cuyahoga County Bar Association. Meeting of the Bar. At a meeting of the Court and Bar of Cuyahoga county, held on the evening of the 14th inst., for the purpose of adopting measures to effect a division of the State of Ohio into two Districts, Judge Hitchcock was called to the Chair, and Geo. A. Benedict chosen Secretary. [Cleveland 1850?]
    7670 Cuyahoga County. Auditor. To the Directors and Other Officers of School Districts, in the several Townships in Cuyahoga County. Re: request for information on schools, school lands and school funds. ... S. Williamson, Auditor of Cuyahoga County. Cleveland 1837.
    9449 Cuyahoga Falls Institute. Cuyahoga Falls. A Catalogue of the Cuyahoga Falls Institute. October, 1837. Cuyahoga Falls, O. 1837.
    9450 Cuyahoga Falls Institute. Cuyahoga Falls. Catalogue of the Cuyahoga Falls Institute. 1837-8. Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 1838.
    5419 Cuyahoga Falls Institute. Cuyahoga Falls. Catalogue of the Cuyahoga Falls Institute. 1838-9. Cuyahoga Falls 1839.
    3983 Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Company. Catalogue of Patterns, of the Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Company. Cleveland 1837.
    5363 Dana, Joseph, 1769-1849, comp. Revaluation of the Lands of the Ohio University, with the Proceedings of the Legislature on that Subject, and the Act by Them Passed March 10th, 1843, Entitled an "Act to Declare the Intent and Meaning of the First Section of the Act Entitled 'An Act to Establish an University in the Town of Athens,' Passed Feb. 21, A.D. 1805." Athens, Ohio 1845.
    4640 Daniel, Henry, 1786-1873. Trial of H. Daniel for the Murder of Clifton R. Thomson. Compend of the Testimony, with the Concluding Argument on the Part of the Commonwealth by M.V. Thomson. Cincinnati 1845.
    4895 Darke County Medical Society. Bill of Prices, Adopted by the Darke County Medical Society, July 27, 1848...A. Koogler, Recording Secretary. I. N. Gard, President. Greenville [1848]
    6326 D'Arusmont, Francis (Wright), 1795-1852. Address Delivered at the Paine Festival in Cincinnati. [Cincinnati 1838]
    145 Davies, Charles, 1798-1876. Elements of Surveying: Including a Description of the Instruments and Necessary Tables By Charles Davies, Professor of Mathematics in the Military Academy, and Author of the Common School Arithmetic, Elements of Descriptive Geometry, and a Treatise on Shadows and Perspective. Cincinnati 1835.
    3217 Davies, Samuel Watts, d. 1843. A Refutation of Sundry Unfounded Accusations, Contended in Letters and Conversations, from Dr. Daniel Drake, to a Committee of the Third District Medical Society. To the Public. [Cincinnati 1833]
    8198 Davis, E. H. (Edwin Hamilton), 1811-1888. Report of the Committee on the Statistics of Calculous Disease in Ohio, Made to the Ohio State Medical Society, at the Annual Meeting, Held in Columbus, June, 1850. By E.H. Davis, M.D. Columbus 1850.
    3218 Davis, John, 1774-1854. Captain Smith and Princess Pocahontas, an Indian Tale. New Edition, Revised and Corrected. Dayton 1837.
    483 Davis, Lewis, 1814-1890. A Debate on the Mode of Baptism: Held at Chillicothe, May, 1841, Between Elders L. Davis and W. Shelton. Columbus 1841.
    8940 Davis, Perry. The People's Pamphlet. This Is the People's Pamphlet, Read It ifYyou Please. It Contains the Author's Account to the Origin, Name and Use of Perry Davis's Vegetable Pain Killer. Entered According to Act of Congress, in the Year 1845, by Perry Davis, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Rhode Island. [Cincinnati, Ohio] [1845]
    1489 Dawson, Moses, 1768-1844. A Historical Narrative of the Civil and Military Services of Major-General William Henry Harrison, and a Vindication of His Character and Conduct as a Statesman, a Citizen, and a Soldier. With a Detail of His Negotiations and Wars with the Indians, until the Final Overthrow of the Celebrated Chief Tecumseh and His Brother the Prophet. The Whole Written and Compiled from Original and Authentic Documents Furnished by Many of the Most Respectable Characters in the United States. By Moses Dawson. Editor of the Cincinnati Advertiser. Cincinnati 1824.
    3875 Dawson, Moses, 1768-1844. Sketches of the Life of Martin Van Buren, President of the United States by Moses Dawson, Editor of the Cincinnati Advertiser and Western Journal. [One line from Psalms.] Cincinnati 1840.
    6189 Dawson, Moses, 1768-1844. Correspondence Between Moses Dawson, Esq. and General Andrew Jackson Upon the Subject of Banks and the Currency; Also the Address of the Democratic Association, on the Same Subject. Cincinnati 1842.
    4995 Day, Henry Noble, 1808-1890. The Professions. An Address Delivered at the Commencement of the Medical Department of Western Reserve College. At Cleveland, Feb. 21, 1849. By Henry N. Day. Hudson, Ohio 1849.
    4384 Dayton. Directory. Odell's Dayton Directory and Business Adviser. To Which Is Prefixed a Sketch of the History of the City. Dayton 1850.
    2781 Dayton. Independence Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1. Constitution, By-Laws and Roll of Members of Independence Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1. Incorporated, February 20, 1834. Dayton 1835.
    7226 Defoe, Daniel, 1660-1731. The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Embellished with Engravings. By Wm. Robertson. Stereotyped by J. A. James-Cincinnati. Cincinnati 1833.
    5767 Defoe, Daniel, 1660-1731. The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Embellished with Engravings. By Wm. Robertson. Stereotyped by J. A. James-Cincinnati. Cincinnati 1836.
    3219 Defoe, Daniel, 1660-1731. The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Embellished with Engravings. By Wm. Robertson. Cincinnati 1837.
    3636 Delafield, John, Jr., 1812-1865 or 6. An Inquiry into the Origin of the Antiquities of America. By John Delafield Jr. With an Appendix, Containing Notes, and "A VKatechismusiew of the Causes of the Superiority of the Men of the Northern over Those of the Southern Hemisphere." By James Lakey, M.D. Cincinnati 1839.
    4796 Delamater, Jacob J. An Introductory Address, on the Life & Character of the Late Prof. Noah Worcester, M.D. Delivered by Appointment of the Medical Faculty of the Western Reserve College, Cleveland, Nov. 3, 1847. By Jacob J. Delamater, M.D., Prof. of Anat. & Phys. Published by the Medical Class. Cleveland 1847.
    8450 Delamater, Jacob J. Introductory Address Delivered at the Opening of the Session of the Medical Department of the Western Reserve College, November 6, 1850. By J.J. Delamater, M.D., Prof. of Anat. and Phys. Session of 1850-51. Cleveland 1850.
    1735 Dell, William, d. 1664. The Doctrine of Baptism, Reduced from Its Ancient and Modern Corruptions: and Restored to Its Primitive Soundness and Integrity According to the Word of Truth, the Substance of Faith and the Nature of Christ's Kingdom by William Dell. Reprinted from the 6th ed. Philadelphia, Printed by B. Franklin & D. Hall, Taken from the 4th London Edition. Cincinnati 1827.
    5326 Democratic Association of Cincinnati. Memorial of the Democratic Association of Cincinnati to the Legislature of Ohio in Favor of Collecting and Disbursing the Revenue of the State in Gold and Silver and Confining It to the Custody of Public Officers, in House, Dec. 6, 1842. Presented by Mr. Wakefield. Cincinnati 1842.
    8524 Democratic Central Committee. Franklin County. Ohio Statesman---Extra. Columbus: Monday, October 7, 1844---9 A.M. Look Out! [Ornament with word "Postscript" in middle] More Foul Fraud and Coon Iniquity. It has just been ascertained that a most foul fraud has been committed by the panic stuck Whigs in issuing FRADULENT TICKETS, with the names of the democratic candidates. The Congressional Ticket is changed, so as to make Mr. McNulty run for the vacancy, and Mr. Stone for the 29th Congress. [Nineteen lines] William Trevitt, E. Gale, Jacob Reinhard, S. D. Preston, E. Gaver, Central Com. of Franklin Co. Monday, Oct. 7, 1844. [Columbus 1844]
    1813 Democratic Convention. Ohio. To Sweep the Augean Stable. For President Andrew Jackson for V-P John C. Calhoun. s.l. [1828]
    6051 Democratic Party (Knox County, Ohio) To the Democratic Electors of Knox County. Fellow Citizens: Having seen a small hand-bill, addressed "To the people" over the signature of Benjamin S. Brown, who is now a candidate before you for the office of Prosecuting Attorney. You will excuse us for asking your attention to the few remarks which we shall offer in reply ... Jackson Committee. Mount Vernon, Oct. 1, 1833. ... C. Colerick. Mount Vernon, Oct. 3, 1833. [Mount Vernon 1833]
    4620 Democratic Party (Ohio) Young Men's Democratic State Central Committee. An Address to the Electors of Ohio, on the Coalition of 1825 or, Henry Clay's Bargain with John Quincy Adams. By the Young Men's Democratic State Central Committee of Ohio. Columbus 1844.
    1523 Democratic Party (Ohio). State Convention (1824: Columbus, Ohio). An Address to the People of Ohio, on the Important Subject of the Next Presidency; by the Committee Appointed for that Purpose, at a Convention of Delegates from the Different Sections of the State, Assembled at Columbus, on Wednesday, the 14th Day of July 1824. Cincinnati [1824]
    5439 Democratic Party (Ohio). State Convention (1828: Columbus, Ohio). The Proceedings and Address of the Ohio Jackson Convention, Assembled at Columbus, on the Eighth of January, 1828, to Nominate an Electoral Ticket, Favorable to the Election of Andrew Jackson to the Next Presidency of the United States. [Columbus] 1828.
    3024 Democratic Party (Ohio). State Convention (1836: Columbus, Ohio) Proceedings of the Democratic State Convention, Held in Columbus on the Eighth of January, 1836; with an Address to the People of Ohio.. Columbus 1836.
    3406 Democratic Party (Ohio). State Convention (1838 : Columbus, Ohio) Proceedings of the Democratic State Convention, Held in Columbus on the Eighth of January, 1838; With an Address to the People of Ohio. Columbus 1838.
    3877 Democratic Party (Ohio). State Convention (1840: Columbus, Ohio). Proceedings of the Democratic State Convention, Held in Columbus on the Eighth of January, 1840; with an Address to the People of Ohio. Columbus 1840.
    5394 Democratic Party (Ohio). State Convention (1848 : Columbus, Ohio) Proceedings and Address of the Democratic State Convention, Held at Columbus, May 10, 1848. Columbus 1848.
    8219 Democratic Party (Summit County, Ohio). Executive Committee. Mass Meeting of the Democracy! Dave Tod, in Akron! Ohio expects every Democrat to do his Duty! On Saturday next, the 22d inst. ... David Tod, the Democratic candidate for governor of Ohio will address the Democracy of Summit County at the Court House in Akron. Let every Democrat in the County Manifest His Regard for His Principles by Turning our on this occasion. ... [Akron 1844]
    3820 Democratic Party of Ohio. Every Man to his Post in 1844. Mr. [blank space] Dear Sir: Knowing you to be an influential, ardent and faithful friend to Democracy, and believing that you would never consider it a task, but an honor, to have the privilege of heading a column of "Cleveland Indomitables," in another brush with Hard Cider Whiggery, you have been selected as a Committee to take charge of the [space] School District in this Town. Every thing depends upon your fidelity to the duties this trust imposes upon you, and in rigidly carrying out the following instructions: [thirty six lines] Yours respectfully, [bracket] Town Committee. [hand to right] This Paper Should Not Be Inspected By Our Opponents. [Cleveland 1844]
    1433 Democratic Party. Nomination of President & Vice President of the U.S. Steubenville 1823.
    1490 Democratic Party. To the People of Ohio. [Cincinnati 1824]
    5556 Democratic Party. Franklin County. Convention, Columbus, 1827. The Address, Resolutions, and Other Proceedings, of a Public Meeting, Held at the U.S. Court-House Columbus, Ohio. By Citizens of Franklin County, Favourable to the Election of Andrew Jackson, on the 17th. of November, 1827. [Columbus] [1827]
    2224 Democratic Party. Huron County, Ohio. An Address of the Democratic Republicans of Huron County adopted at a meeting of the friends of Andrew Jackson, at Norwalk, October 20th, 1832. [Sandusky 1832]
    7795 Democratic Party. Ohio. State Central Committee. Circular. Columbus, October 21, 1840. Democrats of Ohio:-We have but a few days to act...[signed] William Trevitt, A. C. Ribbs. [Columbus 1840]
    7915 Democratic State Central Committee. Columbus. Read And Circulate. Democrats of Ohio! Your Rights and Privileges are in danger! [Re: residence requirements increased to 21 years from 5]... Elect Polk and Dallas, By A Triumphant Majority, and Your Country is Safe. ... Democratic State Central Committee. [Columbus 1844]
    484 Denham, James. The Young Baptist, or, Interrogative Lectures, between a Father and His Son: Being a Reply to Rev. John Rankin's "Present." By. J. Denham. Cincinnati 1841.
    1354 Denniston, Alexander. The Christian's Gain, A Discourse, Occasioned by the Death of John S. Gano, Formerly Major General of the First Division of Ohio Militia; Preached at Covington, Kentucky, on Lord's Day, January 20th, 1822 by Alexander Denniston, Minister of the Gospel, Cincinnati, Ohio. [sermon] Cincinnati [1822]
    8946 Dens, Pierre, 1690-1775. Extracts from the Theological Works of Rev. Peter Dens, D.D. on the Nature of Confession, and the Obligation of the Seal, by E. Zosimus, a Monk of La Trappe. Cincinnati 1846. [i.e., 1846]
    3637 Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens, (Boz!) Author of "Pickwick Papers," "Nicholas Nickleby," "Sketches of Every Day Life," &c. &c. In Two Volumes. Vol. I[-II]. Cincinnati 1839.
    1660 Dickenson, Jonathan, 1663-1722. The Shipwreck and Dreadful Sufferings of Robert Barrow, with Divers Other Persons, amongst the Inhuman Cannibals of Florida; Faithfully Related by Jonathan Dickenson, Who was Concerned Therein. To Which is Added Some Remarks & Observations, Made by a Person Who Renounced Deism: Also, the Dying Expressions of some Persons of Eminence & Learning, Who had Embraced the Same Principles. Salem, (O.) 1826.
    2597 Dickey, James Henry, 1780-1856. A Review of a Summary of Biblical Antiquities, Compiled for the Use of Sunday School Teachers, and for the Benefit of Families; by John W. Nevin ... By James H. Dickey, Pastor of the Church of Salem, Ross County, Ohio. Ripley 1834.
    9574 Disciples of Christ, General Convention (1849: Cincinnati, Ohio) Report of the General Convention of the Christian Churches of the United States of America Held in Cincinnati, Wednesday, October 23, 1849, Together with the Third Annual Report of the American Christian Bible Society, and the Second Annual Report of the Cincinnati Christian Tract Society, with Appendices. [Cincinnati 1849]
    2783 Disney, David Tierman, 1803-1857. Speech of Mr. Disney, on the Rescinding Resolutions, in the Senate of Ohio, February 4, 1835. Taken in Short Hand by E. Harlan, Stenographer. Columbus 1835.
    4017 Disney, David Tierman, 1803-1857. Argument in the Matter of the Application by Randolph Doyle and John Delafield to enter as public land fractional section number 11.
    1840.
    4797 Disney, David Tierman, 1803-1857. Eulogy on the Death of General Thomas L. Hamar; by David T. Disney, of Cincinnati. Cincinnati 1847.
    9765 Dixon, G. (George Washington), 1808-1861. Oddities and Drolleries of Mr. G. Dixon. The Celebrated American Buffalo Singer; Also, Several Popular Songs as Sung by the Celebrated Miss C. Fisher. Wheeling, Va. 1831.
    2427 Dixon, Jacob, 1793-1849. The Poetical Works of Jacob Dixon; Containing Divination Overruled, and the True God Exalted: An Epic Poem in Four Parts: Also Miscellaneous Pieces, Moral and Religious. [Two lines from Pope] Published by the Author. Columbus, Ohio 1833.
    1052 Doddridge, Joseph, 1769-1826. An Eulogium on the Late Dr. George Wilson, Delivered on the 5th of November, 1818, in the Presbyterian Church, Steubenville, before the Medical Society for the 5th District, Ohio, and a Numerous Assemblage of Ladies and Gentlemen of Said Town and its Vicinity. By Joseph Doddridge. Steubenville 1818.
    3638 Doolittle, Giles. The Importance of Being at Peace with God: Sermon Preached at Hudson...at the Funeral of Mrs. Ann S. Hall. Ravenna 1839.
    130 Doolittle, Nelson. A Discussion of the Subject of Universalism, Held in Laport, Lorain County, Ohio; From July 29th, to August 6th, 1845; Between Rev. N. Doolittle, Universalist Minister of Akron, Ohio and Rev. John H. Power, Methodist Minister of Delaware, Ohio Reported by Mr. A.A. Whetmore, Oberlin, Ohio and Revised by the Parties. Columbus, Ohio 1846.
    7184 Doty, Daniel, 1765-1848. An Address to the People at Union Village, and a Solemn Warning to the Whole Human Family against Shakerism and Delusion. By Daniel Doty. ... ; Also, An Address to Calvin Morrell and Richard M'Nemar, on the Appendix to the Other Side of the Question by William Ludlow. Lebanon 1820.
    3028 Douglas, Richard, 1785-1852. Speech of Richard Douglas, Esq., of Chillicothe, Delivered before The Whig Convention, Held in Columbus, February 22d & 23d; A.D. 1836. Columbus 1836.
    4997 Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834. The Dealings of God, Man, and the Devil; As Exemplified in the Life, Experience, and Travels of Lorenzo Dow, in a Period of over Half a Century, Together with His Polemic and Miscellaneous Writings, Complete. To Which is Added The Vicissitudes of Life, By Peggy Dow...with an Introductory Essay by the Rev. John Dowling. Middleton 1849.
    229 Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834. History of Cosmopolite: Or the Writings of Rev. Lorenzo Dow: Containing His Experience and Travels, in Europe and America, Up to Near His Fiftieth Year. Also, His Polemic Writings. To Which Is Added, The "Journey of Life," by Peggy Dow. Revised and Corrected with Notes. Sixth Edition--Averaging 4000 Each. Cincinnati 1849.
    4511 Drake, B. M. (Benjamin Michael), 1800-1860. A Sketch of the Life of Rev. Elijah Steele, by B.M. Drake, of the Mississippi Conference. To Which Is Added a Funeral Discourse, by W. Winans, D.D. [Single line quotation from Paul] Cincinnati 1843.
    65 Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841, and Mansfield, Edward Deering, 1801-1880. Cincinnati in 1826. Cincinnati February, 1827.
    3409 Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841. Tales and Sketches, from the Queen City. By Benjamin Drake, Author of The Life and Adventures of Black Hawk. Cincinnati 1838 [i.e., 1839].
    489 Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841. Life of Tecumseh, and of His Brother the Prophet; with a Historical Sketch of the Shawano Indians. By Benjamin Drake, Author of "The Life of Black Hawk," "Tales from the Queen City," &c. &c. Cincinnati 1841.
    20 Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841. The Life and Adventures of Black Hawk: With Sketches of Keokuk, the Sac and Fox Indians, and the Late Black Hawk War. By Benjamin Drake. 7th Edition-Improved. Cincinnati 1844.
    4711 Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841. The Life and Adventures of Black Hawk: With Sketches of Keokuk, the Sac and Fox Indians, and the Late Black Hawk War. 7th Edition-Improved. By Benjamin Drake. Cincinnati 1846.
    4897 Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841. Life and Adventures of Black Hawk; with Sketches of Keokuk, the Sac and Fox Indians and the Late Black Hawk War. 7th ed., Improved. Cincinnati 1848.
    276 Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841. Life of Tecumseh, and of His Brother the Prophet; with a Historical Sketch of the Shawanoe Indians. By Benjamin Drake, Author of "The Life of Black Hawk," "Tales from the Queen City," &c. &c. Cincinnati 1850.
    2282 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. An Account of the Epidemic Cholera, as It Appeared in Cincinnati. By Daniel Drake, M.D. Extracted from the Sixth Volume of the Western Journal of Medical and Physical Science. By Daniel Drake. Cincinnati, Ohio [1832]
    725 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. Notices Concerning Cincinnati. By Daniel Drake. Cincinnati 1810.
    1053 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. An Appeal to the Justice of the Intelligent and Respectable People of Lexington. Cincinnati 1818.
    1054 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. A Second Appeal to the Justice of the Intelligent and Respectable People of Lexington. Cincinnati 1818.
    1355 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. A Narrative of the Rise and Fall of the Medical College of Ohio. By Daniel Drake, M.D., Late President of the Institution. Cincinnati 1822.
    2284 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. A Practical Treatise on the History, Prevention, and Treatment of Epidemic Cholera Designed Both for the Profession and the People. By Daniel Drake, M.D. Cincinnati 1832.
    2598 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. Discourse on the History, Character, and Prospects of the West: Delivered to the Union Literary Society of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, at Their Ninth Anniversary, September 23, 1834. By Daniel Drake, M.D. Cincinnati 1834.
    2686 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. Extract from the Western Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences. For April, 1834. The Medical College of Ohio. [Cincinnati 1834]
    5785 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. A Report, on the Subject of the Education of the Blind, By Daniel Drake, M.D. to the Ohio Medical Convention, January 6th, 1835. [Columbus 1835].
    4998 Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. An Introductory Lecture at the Opening of the Thirtieth Session of the Medical College of Ohio. Delivered at the Request of the Faculty, November 5, 1849. By Daniel Drake, M.D., Professor of Special Pathology, Practice, and Clinical Medicine. Published by the Class. Cincinnati 1849.
    4999 Dresser, Amos, 1812-1904. The Bible against War: by Rev. Amos Dresser. [One line of quotation from Matthew] [Three lines of quotation from Benjamin Franklin] Oberlin MDCCCXLIX. [1849]
    5179 DuBois, R. K. To the Citizens of Summit County. To the Independent Electors of Summit County. A Report of the Union Convention held in Akron, Sept. 25, 1841. [Akron 1841]
    7793 Duffee, John. A Candid Appeal to Candid Protestants, in Refutation of the Mistakes and Misrepresentations of the Rev. Dr. Booth, of the Cincinnati Protestant; Made in Several Discourses Delivered in Columbus, Ohio, Against the Catholic Church and Catholic Morality, on the 20th and 21st of July, 1845. [Three lines of quotation from Thomas a Kempis] By a Catholic Layman, and Citizen of Columbus. Columbus 1845.
    4255 Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. Louisa, or, The Adventures of a French Milliner by Alexandre Dumas, Translated from the French by Ger Griswold. Cincinnati 1850.
    1434 Dunlavy, John, 1769-1826. Public Discourses, Delivered (in Substance) at Union Village, August 1823, and Prepared for Publication, by Order of the Ministry. A Few Paragraphs and Explanatory Notes Have Been Added. [Union Village 1823]
    6221 Dunn, L. A. (Lewis A.), 1814-1888. L.A. Dunn and A. Webster's Scholar's Guide to a Practical Knowledge of Sacred Geography, upon the Classification System. Corrected and Improved by J. Dunton. Oberlin 1842.
    4257 Durham, J. Z. (Joseph Z.) Ladies' Physo Medical Companion, Containing the Causes and Preventatives of a Premature Decline, with a Review of the Various Changes & Derangements of the Female Constitution; Composed of Original and Selected Matter, Designed as a Guide to Both Married and Unmarried Ladies, Throughout the Various Changes of Life, with Important Information Concerning the Cure of Disease. In Three Parts. -By J. Z. Durham, P.M.D. Marlborough, O. [One line of quotation] First Edition.-Price 75 Cents. Canton 1850.
    1492 Dwyer, John Hanbury. An Essay on Elocution, with Elucidatory Passages from Various Authors. To Which Will Be Added Remarks on Reading Prose and Verse. With Suggestions to Instructors of the Art. By J.H. Dwyer: Lecturer on, and Teacher of Elocution. Cincinnati 1824.
    5553 Eagle Tavern, Manhattan, Ohio. The Celebration of the Independence of the U. States and Triumph of Texas. [Cut of Eagle] The Company of Mr. [blank] Is respectfully solicited at the Eagle Tavern, Manhattan, on Monday, the Fourth day of July, 1836. Managers. [two columns] S. Thompson, Buffalo, S. Corning, Painesville, V.J. Card, Cleveland, J.G. Camp, Sandusky City, F. Wright, Manhattan, T. Stickney, Manhattan, H.W. Goettel, Toledo, George McKay, Toledo, A.M. Thompson, Perrysburg, C.C.P. Hunt, Maumee. [Manhattan 1836]
    2119 East Fork of the Little Miami Baptist Association. Minutes of the East Fork of the Little-Miami Baptist Association, Held at the Clough Creek Meeting House, Hamilton county, Ohio, on the 3d, 4th and 5th of September 1831. [Cincinnati 1831]
    2416 East Fork of the Little Miami Baptist Association. Minutes of the East Fork of the Little Miami Baptist Association, Held at Second Tenmile Meeting House, Clermont County, Ohio, on the 30th of August, 1833, and the Two Following Days. [Cincinnati 1833]
    1737 Eaton, John Henry. The Life of Andrew Jackson, Major-General in the Service of the United States: Comprising a History of the War in the South, from the Commencement of the Creek Campaign to the Termination of Hostilities before New Orleans. Cincinnati 1827.
    323 Edward, David Barnett, 1790-1870. The History of Texas; or, The Emigrant's, Farmer's, and Politician's Guide to the Character, Climate, Soil and Productions of That Country: Geographically Arranged from Personal Observation and Experience. By David B. Edward. Formerly Principal of the Academy, Alexandria, La,; Late Preceptor of Gonzales Seminary, Texas. Cincinnati 1836.
    3030 Eells, James Henry, 1808-1836. The American Revolution, Compared with the Present Struggle for the Abolition of Slavery in the United States. An Oration by Rev. James H. Eells, Delivered at Elyria, July 4, 1836. Published by the Board of Managers of the Lorain County Anti-Slavery Society. Elyria Ohio 1836.
    3031 Eells, Samuel, 1810-1842. Address before the Alpha Delta Phi Society, of Miami University, on the Study of the Classics. By Samuel Eells, September 27th, 1836. Cincinnati 1836.
    7067 Eells, Samuel, 1810-1842. Poem written in memory of Rev. James Henry Eells, who was drowned in the Maumee river, Dec. 7, 1836. Cincinnati 1840.
    4452 Eichbaum, George R. Report of the Chief Engineer on the Location and Estimates of Cost of the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad Company. Accompanied by the Report of Prof. Alexander C. Twining, Consulting Engineer, and the Statement of the President and Directors to the Stockholders of the Company. Hudson 1849.
    8515 Elder, William, 1806-1885. Minority Report, or Protest Against the Proceedings of the Western New Church Convention, in the Case of the Acting Committee vs. John S. Williams; By William Elder, of Liberty, IA. To Which Is Added an Appendix, by the Defendant. Chillicothe 1841.
    5000 Ellet, Charles, Jr., 1810-1862. Letter on the Proposed Bridge across the Ohio River at Cincinnati, with a Single Span of 1400 feet, and an Elevation of 112 feet above Low Water, by Charles Ellet, Jr., Civil Engineer. Columbus 1849.
    4893 Elliott & Co., Cleveland. Periodical Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Plants, Cultivated at the Lake Erie Nurseries, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Elliott & Co., Proprietors. Cleveland MDCCCXLIV. (1846)
    4367 Elliott, Charles, 1792-1869. The Life of the Rev. Robert R. Roberts, One of the Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Cincinnati 1844.
    5068 Elliott, Charles, 1792-1869. An Address in Vindication of the Study of the Ancient Classics: Delivered at the Commencement in Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, August 8th, 1850. By Charles Elliot, A.M., Professor of Greek in That Institution. [Cincinnati] 1850.
    5069 Elliott, Charles, 1792-1869. Sinfulness of American Slavery: Proved from Its Evil Sources; Its Injustice; Its Wrongs; Its Contrariety to Many Scriptural Commands, Prohibitions, and Principles, and to the Christian Spirit; and from Its Evil Effects; Together with Observations on Emancipation, and the Duties of American Citizens in Regard to Slavery. By Rev. Charles Elliott, D.D. Edited by Benjamin Franklin Tefft, D.D. [ten lines of quotations] In Two Volumes. Volume I [-II] Cincinnati 1850.
    6946 Ells, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1805-1874. The Book of Poetry[.] Dayton, O. [1840]
    7694 Ells, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1805-1874. Pleasing Primer. Designed to Precede No. One, Pleasing Reader. Dayton [1840]
    3891 Ells, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1805-1874. Number Four. Grammar Reader; in Which Are Unfolded to the Mind of the Learner, All the Principal Rules of English Grammar, in Connection with Their Practical Application. [Woodcut labeled School House] By B.F. Ells, Author of the Dialogue Grammar. Dayton, O. [1840]
    1241 Ells, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1805-1874. Pleasing Speller. Advertisement for speller with endorsements. Dayton 1842.
    7718 Emerson, Caleb, and Company. Marietta. Proposals, by Caleb Emerson & Co., for Publishing, at Marietta, Ohio, a New Literary and Miscellaneous Newspaper, Entitled the Marietta Review; Devoted to the Diffusion of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge. ... Marietta, November 18, 1837. Subscription Form. Marietta 1837.
    5001 Emmet, W. Y. Thoughts on the Death Penalty; Showing That It Is Atheistical in Doctrine; Contrary to the Laws of God and the Bible; and Opposed to the Spirit of Christianity. And also, An Essay on Prison Discipline. By W.Y. Emmet. Cincinnati 1849.
    1329 Episcopal Church. Diocese of Ohio. Convention (1821 Worthington, Ohio). Journal of the Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of Ohio; Held at Worthington, June 6, & 7, 1821. Worthington 1821.
    1528 Episcopal Church. Diocese of Ohio. Convention (1824 Chillicothe, Ohio). Journal of the Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of Ohio; Held in St. Paul's, Chillicothe, November 3d, 4th and 5th, 1824. Cincinnati 1824.
    2068 Episcopal Church. Diocese of Ohio. Convention (1830: Gambier, Ohio). Journal of the Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Ohio: Held at Gambier, September 8th, 9th, & 10th, 1830. [Gambier] 1830.
    420 Episcopal Church. Diocese of Ohio. Convention (1836: Cleveland, Ohio). Journal Proceedings Nineteenth Annual Convention of the Protestant Church in the Diocese of Ohio, Held in Trinity Church, Cleveland, on Thursday the 8th, Friday the 9th, and Saturday the 10th Days of September, A.D. 1836. Gambier 1836.
    5927 Episcopal Church. Diocese of Ohio. Convention (1844: Massillon, Ohio). Journal of the Proceedings of the Twenty=Seventh Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Ohio; Held in St. Timothy's Church, Massillon, on Thursday the Fifth, Friday the Sixth, and Saturday the Seventh Day of September. 1844. Gambier, O. M DCCC XVIV. [1844]
    9013 Erie and Kalamazoo Rail Road Company. Engineer's Report of the Erie and Kalamazoo Rail-Road Company, to the Directors, with Its Charter and Amendments. January 1, 1849. Cleveland 1849
    5473 Erskine, Ralph, 1685-1752. The Life and Practical Works of the Reverend Ralph Erskine. From the Glasgow Edition, 1777. Xenia 1844.
    1580 Evangelical Lutheran Church in the U.S.A. Joint Synod of Ohio and Other States. Conference (8th, 1825: Lancaster, Ohio) Verrichtungen der Achten Evangelisch-Lutherischen Synode, von Ohio, und den angranzenden Staaten. Gehalten in Lancaster, Ohio, auf das Fest Trinitatis A. D. 1825, und den darauf follgenden Tagen. [Lancaster 1825]
    934 Evangelical Lutheran Church. Ohio and Western Pennsylvania Special Conference. Verrichtungen der 6ten Spezial Conferenz Der Evangelisch-Lutherischen Prediger im Staat Ohio, und dem Westlichen Theil von Pennsylvanien. [Five lines from Acts] Lancaster 1816.
    7861 Evening and the Morning Star. Kirtland. Evening and the Morning Star Extra. Kirtland, Ohio, February, 1834. "From Missouri" and "The Mormons" so called. Signed by Parley Pratt, Newel Knight, John Carrill [sic], December 12, 1833. [Kirtland 1834]
    9410 Farmers' College of Hamilton County. Board of Directors. A Plea for the Farmers' College of Hamilton County, Ohio, and for a Reformation in Collegiate Instruction, Being a Report to that Institution, Made July 17, 1850. Cincinnati 1850.
    6422 Farmers' College. College Hill. Addresses Delivered at the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Farmer's College, Hamilton County, O., April 13, 1846. Cincinnati 1846.
    6141 Farmers' College. College Hill. Addresses Delivered at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the Farmers' College. April 13, 1846. No. 1 by R. H. Bishop, No. 2 by J.W. Scott. Cincinnati 1846.
    9995 Farmers' College. College Hill. First Annual Circular of Farmers' College, Hamilton County, Ohio, for the Academical Year, 1847-48. Cincinnati 1847.
    9996 Farmers' College. College Hill. Second Annual Catalogue of Farmers' College, Hamilton County, Ohio, for the Academical Year 1848. Cincinnati 1848
    10009 Farmers' College. College Hill. Fourth Annual Catalogue of Farmers' College, Hamilton County, Ohio, for the Academical Year, 1849-50. Cincinnati 1850.
    7344 Farmers' College. Pleasant Hill. Circular. Pleasant Hill, December 6, 1845. Establishing Farmers' College. [Pleasant Hill 1845]
    1581 Farnham, James. To the Public...Handbill in Circulation, published by Mary M. Dyer...against me. New-Lebanon, Oct. 14, 1825. [New Lebanon 1825]
    6142 Fernham, J. H. Observations on the Character and Policy of Napoleon Bonaparte, Late emperor of France. Columbus, O. 1849.
    5872 Findley, William T. (William Thornton), 1814-1893. The Bible History of the Creation, in Accordance with Astronomical and Geological Phenomena. Three Lectures: Delivered by William T. Findley, Pastor of the Associate Reformed Church, Chillicothe, Ohio. Chillicothe, O. 1847.
    4259 Finley, James B. (James Bradley), 1781-1856. Memorials of Prison Life. By Rev. James B. Finley. Edited by Rev. B.F. Tefft, D.D. Cincinnati 1850.
    5242 Finney, Charles Grandison, 1792-1875. The Reviewer Reviewed: or Finney's Theology and the Princeton Review. By Professor C.G. Finney. (Written for the Oberlin Quarterly Review.) Oberlin 1847.
    4899 Finney, Charles Grandison, 1792-1875. A Reply to Dr. Duffield's "Warning against Error," by C.G. Finney, Prof. of Theology, Oberlin Theo. Sem. Oberlin 1848.
    9061 Fireman's General Association Fund, Cleveland. Constitution of the Firemen's General Association Fund: Adopted Feb. 3, 1841. Cleveland 1843.
    8582 First Presbyterian Church. Cleveland. Manual for the Members of the First Presbyterian Church in Cleveland. Compiled and Published by Order of the Session. Cleveland 1842.
    2634 First Presbyterian Church. Columbus. Sunday school celebration, at the First Presbyterian Church. July 4th, 1846. ... [Columbus 1846]
    2774 First Presbyterian Church. Warren. Manual for the First Presbyterian Church of Warren, Trumbull County. Compiled and Published by Order of the Church. Second Edition. Warren, O 1850.
    1908 Fisher, Charles. A Serious Expostulation with the Followers of Elias Hicks, Called by Themselves Tolerants, Particularly Addressed to Those Who live within the Limits of Springborough Monthly Meeting, and to All Other of Them, Wherever Located, Inviting Them, for the Sake of the Salvation of Their Souls, and Their Eternal Peace, Timely, Soberly, and without Prejudice, and Earnestly too, to Consider the Principles and Practices They are Advocating, and Whether they are not thereby Rejecting the Only Means of Salvation, Provided by a Merciful Creator for the Redemption of His Fallen Creature, Man. Cincinnati 1829.
    4521 Fisher, E. Burke, 1799?-1859? The Bench and Bar of Cuyahoga County. A Modern Epic. By Timothy Jenkins, Esquire. "A Great Country this!" Cleveland 1843.
    4802 Fisher, Samuel Ware, 1814-1874. William Penn. A Lecture Delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati: December 7th, 1847. By Rev. Samuel W. Fisher, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church. Cincinnati 1847.
    4801 Fisher, Samuel Ware, 1814-1874. The Reception of a Pastor. A Sermon Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church on Sabbath Afternoon, June 6th, by Rev. Samuel W. Fisher. Cincinnati 1847.
    9581 Fisher, Samuel Ware, 1814-1874. True Wisdom, a Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Charles L. Telford, Esq. and Preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, September 16th, 1849. Cincinnati 1849
    6828 Fitch, Charles, 1805-1844. Report of a Discussion on Second Advent Near. By Charles Fitch, Henry Cowles, and Asa Mahan. Cleveland 1843.
    6079 Flanders, G. T. (George Truesdale), 1820-1897. A Reply to Rev. M.P. Kellogg's Discourse Against Universalism. Zanesville 1842.
    4803 Flanders, G. T. (George Truesdale), 1820-1897. Review of Alexander Halls "Universalism Against Itself." By G.T. Flanders. Zanesville, O 1847.
    496 Fletcher, John William, 1729-1785. Verdorbene und Verlorene Zustand des Menschen bewiesen in einer Appellation an Thatsachen u. die gesunde Vernunft : nebst einer Antwort an Diejenigen welche fragen was sollen wir thun um selig zu werden? verfasst von Johannes Fletscher und aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Wilh. Nast. Cincinnati 1841.
    1667 Flinn, Andrew. A Funeral Sermon, Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Urban Cooper, One of the Ministers of the Methodist Church. Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church; Charleston S. C. Xenia 1826.
    6733 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, The First Settler of Kentucky. Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1833.
    101 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, the First Settler of Kentucky. Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1833.
    4412 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, The First Settler of Kentucky. Cincinnati 1834.
    100 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, The First Settler of Kentucky: Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1836.
    3227 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, the First Settler of Kentucky: Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1837.
    3645 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, the First Settler of Kentucky: Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1839.
    3884 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, the First Settler of Kentucky, Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1840.
    497 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, by Timothy Flint. With Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. Cincinnati 1841.
    4413 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, The First Settler of Kentucky, Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1842.
    4368 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone the First Settler of Kentucky: Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1844.
    4643 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. Biographical Memoir of Daniel Boone, The First Settler of Kentucky; Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1845
    6062 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. The First White Man of the West; or, The Life of Col. Dan'l Boone, The First Settler of Kentucky, Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. Cincinnati 1847.
    4416 Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840. The First White Man of the West, or The Life and Exploits of Col. Dan'l. Boone, The First Settler of Kentucky; Interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the County. By Timothy Flint. Cincinnati 1850.
    7142 Foe To Slander. O Yes! O Yes! On Wednesday the 3d of October, 1832, Thomas Morris and Forman White, of Clarmont, came into Georgetown, and in conversation, they declared in presence of several persons that Mr. Hamer would not get fifty votes in Clermont County! ... Georgetown 1832.
    6809 Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. First Annual Report of the Foreign Missionary Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. Auxiliary to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Presented October 30, 1833. Cincinnati 1834.
    9225 Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. Fifth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi, Auxiliary to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Affairs. Presented November 10, 1837. Cincinnati 1837
    9227 Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. Seventh Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi, Auxiliary to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Presented October 19, 1838. Cincinnati 1839.
    9226 Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. Sixth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Society, of the Valley of the Mississippi, Auxiliary to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Presented October 19, 1838. Cincinnati 1839.
    9228 Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. Eighth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi, Auxiliary to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Presented 19, 1840. Cincinnati 1841.
    9229 Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. Ninth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi,: Auxiliary to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Presented October 16, 1841. Cincinnati 1842.
    9231 Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. Eleventh Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi: Auxiliary to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Presented November 4, 1843. Cincinnati 1844.
    9233 Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi. Thirteenth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Society of the Valley of the Mississippi: Auxiliary to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Presented at Circleville, O. Sept. 28, 1845 Cincinnati 1846.
    6898 Forman, Jacob Gilbert. Principles of Phreno-Mnemotechny, Founded on the Fundamental Basis of M. Paris, as Taught by Prof. Francis Fauvel-Gouraud, in New York and Philadelphia, and the Sciences Election Statistics, the Tariff, and the Sentiments of Flowers, with an Original Mnemonical Classification for Proper Names. Cincinnati 1845.
    4419 Foster, Charles. The Gold Placers of California, Soil, Climate, Resources, &c. of California and Oregon. Also, the Routes and Distances There, the Outfit, Expenses, etc. By Charles Foster, A.M. To Which is Added a Method of Assaying Gold, by Samuel St. John, A.M. Professor of Chemistry, &c., Western Reserve College. Akron 1849.
    6563 Foster, Randolph Sinks, Bp., 1820-1903. Objections to Calvinism As It Is, In a Series of Letters Addressed to N.L. Rice, D.D., by R.S. Foster. With an Appendix Containing Replies and Rejoinders. Cincinnati 1849.
    7021 Foster, Randolph Sinks, Bp., 1820-1903. Objections to Calvinism as It Is; In a Series of Letters Addressed to N.L. Rice, D.D. by R.S. Foster with an Appendix Containing Relpies and Rejoinders. Cincinnati 1850.
    6786 Foster, Stephen Symonds, 1809-1881. The Brotherhood of Thieves, or, A True Picture of the American Church and Clergy. By Stephen S. Foster; to Which Is Added a Lay Sermon by by Stephen S. Foster ; to which is added a lay sermon by Cassius M. Clay. Cincinnati 1845.
    498 Fox, Charles, of Cincinnati. An Opinion in Relation to the Contract between the Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Company and the City of Cincinnati. By Charles Fox. Cincinnati 1841]
    2031 Foxe, John, 1516-1587. Geschichte der Martyrer, nach dem ausfuhrlichen Original des Ehrw. Johann Fox und Anderer. Kurz gefasst und, besonders fur den gemeinen Deutschen Mann in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerica, aus dem Englischen ubersetzt von I. Daniel Rupp. [One line of Latin] Zwei Bande. Erster[-zweiter] Band. Cincinnati 1830.
    2165 Foxe, John, 1516-1587. Book of Martyrs; or, A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths, of the Primitive as Well as Protestant Martyrs: from the Commencement of Christianity, to the Latest Periods of Pagan and Popish Persecution. To Which Is Added, an Account of the Inquisition, the Bartholomew Massacre, in France, the General Persecution under Louis XIV, the Massacre in the Irish Rebellion, in the Year 1641, and the recent persecutions of the Protestants in the South of France. [One lines from Matthew] Originally Composed by the Rev. John Foxe, A.M. and now by Important Alterations and Additions, by Rev. Charles Goodrich. Embellished with Numerous Engravings. Cincinnati 1831.
    9458 Franklin Club. Berea, Ohio. The Rules and Regulations of the Franklin Club, Together with a List of Officers and Standing Committees. Organized March 30, 1849. Berea, O. Medina, O. 1849.
    8993 Franklin H. Brooks' Female Seminary. St. Clairsville. Catalogues of Franklin H. Brooks' Female Seminary, and of the St. Clairsville Institute, at St. Clairsville, Ohio, for the Year Ending in September, 1838. St. Clairsville 1838.
    7674 Franklin Literary Society. Cambridge. Hall of the Franklin Literary Society, Cambridge, Guernsey, County, Ohio. Sir:- ...Elected Honorary Member ... W. B. Abbott. A. B. Moore. J. A. Metcalf. Committee. Cambridge 1839.
    1820 Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. The Life of Benjamin Franklin. Written by Himself. Cincinnati 1828.
    2032 Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. The Life of Dr. Benjamin Franklin. Written by Himself. Cincinnati 1830.
    5472 Fraser, Donald, 1773-1841. The Life and Diary of the Reverend Ralph Erskine, A.M., of Dunfermline, One of the Founders of the Secession Church by Donald Fraser ... Xenia 1846.
    7759 Freeman, Jonathan. A Baptismal Catechism, Composed by Jonathan Freeman, A.M. Pastor of the United Churches of Greenwich and Bridgetown, West New Jersey. Part I. Warren 1817.
    3038 Freemasons. Ohio. Cincinnati. Novae Caesarea Harmony Lodge No. 2. By-Laws of Novae Caesarea Harmony Lodge No. 2. Adopted March 2, 1836. Cincinnati 1836
    8542 Freemasons. Ohio. Franklin Lodge No. 14. (Troy, Ohio). By-Laws of Franklin Lodge, No. 14. Adopted, Dec. 17, A.D. 1817, A.L. 5817. By Brother F.A. Curtis, Esq. Dayton, O. [1817]
    9009 Freemasons. Ohio. Franklin Lodge No. 14. (Troy, Ohio). By-Laws of the Franklin Lodge No. XIV. Troy, Ohio. Revised, May, A.L. 5839. Troy 1839.
    1057 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at Their Annual Communication, Begun and Hold at Columbus, on the Twenty-Ninth of December, A.D. 1817. A.L. 5817. Columbus 1818.
    5734 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Council. Journal of Proceedings of the Grand Council of the Royal and Select Masters for the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication, Held at Lancaster, October, Y.D. 2842, Most Excellent Wm. B. Thrall, Grand Puissant. Circleville 1842.
    996 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free Masons in the State of Ohio. Published for the Society. Chillicothe [1817].
    707 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Chillicothe, [blank] 1809. Right Worshipful, Sir and Brother, We Are Directed by the Grand Lodge of This State to Announce to You, Its Organization.... [Chillicothe 1809]
    728 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Ohio, the Most Worshipful Lewis Cass, Esq. Grand Master. At a Special Communication Held at Mason's Hall, Chillicothe, on Monday the Third Day of September, A.L. 5810...Present.... Caption title. [Chillicothe 1810?].
    8287 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. (Circular.) Grand Lodge of Ohio, Chillicothe, January, [blank] 5814. Sir and Brother, I Am Directed by the Grand Lodge of Ohio, to Inform You That an Attempt Was Made, in the Beginning of the Month of November Last, by Two Persons, Natives of Italy or Spain, to Obtain Money from This Grand Lodge, and from Many of the Brethren of This State, for the Purpose, as They Represented, of Ransoming Eight of Their Countrymen, Who Were Captured and Held in Captivity by the Algerines.… [Chillicothe 1814].
    8290 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Grand Lodge of Ohio, Chillicothe, March 3, 1816. Dear Sir, Permit Me to Call Attention of the Lodge over Which You Preside to the Circular Letter Below, and Also to the Resolutions of the Grand Lodge. [Chillicothe] 1816.
    8279 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5827. Most Worshipful John M. Goodenow, Grand Master. Columbus 1827.
    1821 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5828. Most Worshipful Thomas Corwin, Grand Master. Delaware, Ohio 1828.
    1909 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5829. Most Worshipful John Snow, Grand Master. Columbus 1829.
    2034 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons, in the State of Ohio; at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5830. Most Worshipful William Fielding, Grand Master. Columbus 1830.
    2167 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity, of Free and Accepted Masons, in the State of Ohio; at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5831. Most Worshipful John Satterthwaite, Grand Master. Columbus 1831.
    2297 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5832. Most Worshipful Charles Anthony, Grand Master. Zanesville 1832.
    2439 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5833. Most Worshipful Timothy Baker, Grand Master. Columbus 1833.
    2607 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5834. Most Worshipful William J. Reese, Grand Master. Columbus 1834.
    2792 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5835. Most Worshipful Wm. J. Reese, Grand Master. Columbus 1835.
    3040 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5836. Most Worshipful Wm. J. Reese, Grand Master. Columbus 1836.
    3230 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5837. Wm. J. Reese, Grand Master. Lancaster 1837.
    3417 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5838. Most Worshipful Wm. J. Reese, Grand Master. Lancaster 1838.
    3648 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Council of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons, in the State of Ohio; at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5839. Most Worshipful William J. Reese, Grand Master. Circleville 1839.
    504 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Begun and Held in the Town of Lancaster, October 19th, A.L. 5841. Most Worshipful William James Reese, Grand Master. Lancaster, Ohio 1841.
    505 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons, in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5840. Most Worshipful Wm. J. Reese, Grand Master. Lancaster 1841.
    8322 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication Begun and Held in the Town of Lancaster, October 17, A.L. 5842. Ordered to Be Read in All the Lodges. Most Worshipful William James Reese, Grand Master. Circleville, Ohio 1842.
    5701 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication Begun and Held in the Town of Lancaster, October 20, A.L. 5843. Ordered to Be Read in All the Lodges. Most Worshipful William B. Thrall, Grand Master. Columbus 1843.
    8326 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Ohio, Held at the City of Columbus, Oct. 23, 1844. Most Worshipful William B. Thrall, Grand Master. Ordered to Be Read in All the Lodges. Columbus, O. 1844.
    8331 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, in the State of Ohio, Held at Chillicothe, January 4, A.D. 1808. Published for the Society. Chillicothe 1845.
    8341 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Ohio, Held at the City of Columbus, Oct. 21, 1845. Most Worshipful William B. Thrall, Grand Master. Ordered to Be Read in All the Lodges. Columbus, O. 1846
    8342 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Ohio, Held at the City of Columbus, Oct. 22, 1846. Most Worshipful William B. Thrall, Grand Master. Ordered to Be Read in All the Lodges. Columbus, Ohio 1846.
    350 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Ohio, Held at Zanesville, October 19, 1847. Most Worshipful M.Z. Kreider, Grand Master. Ordered to Be Read in All the Lodges. Columbus 1847.
    8345 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Grand Lodge of Ohio. The Following Is the Order of the Proceedings to Be Observed at Their Meeting to Be Held in Zanesville on Wednesday, 10th October, 1847. Zanesville, Ohio 1847.
    7758 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Ohio, Held at Columbus, September 25th, 1848. Most Worshipful M.Z. Kreider, Grand Master. Columbus 1848.
    8357 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Ohio, Held at Steubenville, October 15, A.D. 1849, A. L. 5849. Most Worshipful M. Z. Kreider, Grand Master. Columbus 1849.
    8359 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Circular. Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1st, 1850. Dear Sir and Brother:-At the last annual communication of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, the following proceedings were had.... [Cincinnati 1850]
    886 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free Masons, in the State of Ohio. Published for the Society. Chillicothe A.L. 5815.-A.D. 1815.
    8302 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Royal Arch Chapter. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5830. Held at Worthington. Most Excellent James Gates, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1830.
    8317 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Royal Arch Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication, A. L. 5838, Held at Lancaster, June, 1838. Most Excellent Wm. J. Reese, Grand High Priest. Lancaster 1838.
    508 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Royal Arch Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication. A. L. 5840; Held at Lancaster, October, A. L. 1840. Most Excellent, O. M. Spencer, Grand High Priest: [sic] Lancaster 1841
    5702 Freemasons. Ohio. Grand Royal Arch Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter, of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Lancaster, October, A.L. 5842. Most Excellent W.B. Hubbard, Grand High Priest. Circleville 1842.
    6830 Freemasons. Ohio. Knights Templar. Grand Encampment. Proceedings of the Grand Encampment, of the State of Ohio, at Its Organization, at Lancaster, October. A.D. 1843. M.E. Sir Knight M.Z. Kreider, Grand Master. Massillon 1843.
    7474 Freemasons. Ohio. Knights Templar. Grand Encampment. Proceedings of Grand Encampment of Knights Templars, of the State of Ohio, at Their Second Session, Held in the City of Columbus, Oct. 26, 1844. M.E. Sir Knight M.Z. Krieder, Grand Master. Columbus, O 1844.
    8340 Freemasons. Ohio. Knights Templar. Grand Encampment. Proceedings of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templars, of the State of Ohio, at Their Fourth Session, Held at Dayton, Oct. 22, 1846. M.E. Sir Knight Bela Latham, Grand Master. Columbus 1846.
    8371 Freemasons. Ohio. Knights Templar. Grand Encampment. Proceedings of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templars, of the State of Ohio, at Their Seventh Session, Held at Steubenville, October 15. A.D. 1849, A.L. 5849. M.E. Sir Knight John L. Vattier, Grand Master. Columbus 1850.
    8349 Freemasons. Ohio. Knights Templars. Proceedings of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templars, of the State of Ohio, at Their Fifth Session, Held at the City of Columbus, Sept. 14, 1847. M. E. Sir Knight Bela Latham, Grand Master. Columbus 1847.
    273 Freemasons. Ohio. Knights Templars. Grand Encampment. Proceedings of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templars, of the State of Ohio, at Their Third Session, Held at the City of Columbus, Oct. 21, 1845. M.E. Sir Knight Bela Latham, Grand Master. Columbus 1845.
    8353 Freemasons. Ohio. Knights Templars. Grand Encampment. Proceedings of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templars, of the State of Ohio, at Their Sixth Session, Held at the City of Columbus, September 29th, 1848. M.E. Sir Knight John Vattier, Grand Master. Columbus 1848.
    2791 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held in the City of Columbus, Y.D. 2835. Most Excellent William James Reese, Grand Puissant. Lancaster 1835.
    8308 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Ohio; at Their Second Annual Grand Communication, Held in Columbus, Y.D. 2831. Rev. Robert Punshon, Grand Puissant. Circleville 1831.
    8310 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Columbus, Y.D. 2834. M.E. William J. Reese, Grand Puissant. Circleville 1834.
    3039 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Columbus, Y.D. 2836. Most Excellent William James Reese, Puissant. Lancaster 1836.
    8314 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held in Lancaster. Most Excellent Wm. J. Reese, Grand High Priest. Lancaster 1837.
    3416 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Lancaster, Y.D. 2838. Most Excellent William B. Thrall, Grand Puissant. Circleville 1838.
    3647 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Lancaster, Y.D. 2839. Most Excellent William B. Thrall, Grand Puissant. Circleville 1839.
    8325 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Journal of Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at the City of Columbus, Oct. 26, 1844. Most Excellent J.W. Milligan, Grand Puissant. Columbus 1844.
    8329 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Journal of Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at the City of Columbus, Oct. 23, 1845. Most Excellent J.W. Milligan, Grand Puissant. Columbus, Ohio 1845.
    8339 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Dayton, Oct. 22, 1846. Most Excellent A. Death, Grand Puissant. Columbus 1846.
    8348 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Columbus, Sept. 16, 1847. Most Excellent A. Death, Grand Puissant. Columbus 1847.
    8352 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Columbus, Sept. 28, 1848. Most Excellent A. Death, Grand Puissant. Columbus 1848.
    8356 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Council. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication. Held at Steubenville Oct., 1849. Most Excellent W.B. Dodd, Grand Puissant. Mt. Vernon 1849.
    5700 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Grand Lodge. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters for the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Lancaster, October, Y.D. 2843. Most Excellent John W. Milligan, Grand Puissant. Columbus 1843.
    501 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Royal Council. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication: Held at Lancaster, Y. D., 1840. Most Excellent Wm. B. Thrall, Grand Puissant. Lancaster 1841.
    500 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal and Select Masters. Royal Council. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters for the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication, Held at Lancaster, October Y.L. 2841. Most Excellent Wm. B. Thrall, Grand Puissant. Circleville 1841.
    8297 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Columbus, A.L. 5827. Most Excellent Charles R. Sherman, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1827.
    8298 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Columbus, A.L. 5828. Most Excellent Charles R. Sherman, Grand High Priest. Delaware 1828.
    1910 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Journals of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Worthington, A. L. 5829. Most Excellent A.I. M'Dowell, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1829
    8306 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, A.L. 5831. Held at Columbus. Most Excellent William R. Foster, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1831.
    2440 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio. At the Grand Annual Communication, A.L. 1833; Held at Columbus, January, 1833. Most Excellent Wm. J. Reese, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1833.
    2606 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication, A.L. 5834; Held at Columbus, January, 1834. Most Excellent Henry Sage, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1834.
    8311 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication, A.L. 5835, Held at Columbus, 1835. Most Excellent Wm. B. Thrall, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1835.
    8313 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication, A. L. 5836, Held at Columbus, January, 1836. Most Excellent Wm. B. Thrall, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1836.
    8316 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication, A. L. 5837, Held at Lancaster, June, 1837. Most Excellent Wm. J. Reese, Grand High Priest. Lancaster 1837.
    3649 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio, at the Grand Annual Communication, A. L. 5839. Held at Lancaster, October, 1839. Most Excellent Wm. B. Thrall, Grand High Priest. Circleville 1839.
    5703 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter, of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Lancaster, October, A.L. 5843. Most Excellent W.B. Hubbard, Grand High Priest. Massillon 1843.
    7476 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter, of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at the City of Columbus, Oct. 26, 1844. Most Excellent William B. Hubbard, Grand High Priest. Columbus, O. 1844.
    8330 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal Arch Masons, of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at the City of Columbus, Oct. 21, 1845. Most Excellent William B. Hubbard, Grand High Priest. Columbus, Ohio 1845.
    8338 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal Arch Masons, of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Dayton, Oct. 22, 1846. Most Excellent William B. Hubbard, Grand High Priest. Columbus, Ohio 1846.
    8347 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Columbus, Sept. 14, 1847. Most Excellent George D. Hine, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1847.
    8351 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication, Held at Columbus, Sept. 28, 1848. Most Excellent Geo. D. Hine, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1848.
    8355 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Chapter. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Royal Arch Masons, of the State of Ohio, at the Annual Grand Communication. Held at Steubenville, Oct. 19th, 1849. Most Excellent Jacob Graff, Grand High Priest. Mt. Vernon, O 1849.
    2298 Freemasons. Ohio. Royal Arch. Grand Lodge. Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Ohio. At the Grand Communication, A.L. 5832; Held at Columbus, January 4, 1832. Most Excellent Samuel Stokely, Grand High Priest. Columbus 1832.
    2033 Freemasons. Ohio. Select Masters. Grand Council. Proceedings of a Convention of Select Masters, Held at Worthington, Together with the Constitution and By-Laws, of the Grand Council of the State of Ohio, and the General Regulations of Councils of Royal and Select Masters. Y.D. 2830. Rev. Robert Punshon, Grand Puissant. Lancaster 1830.
    9005 Freemasons. Ohio. Warren Lodge No. 15 (Warren, Ohio) By-Laws of Warren Lodge, No. 15, Adopted June 9, A.D. 1827. A.L. 5827. [Warren 1827]
    5050 Friend of Justice, A. Review of So Much of Dr. MacMaster's Address as has Reference to the Controversy between Himself and the Halls. Cincinnati 1849.
    6991 Friend to Youth. Child's Own Hymn Book. With Engravings. By a Friend to Youth. Cincinnati 1844.
    7000 Friend to Youth. Pleasing Stories for Good Children. With Pictures By a Friend to Youth. Cincinnati 1844.
    7141 Friends, Society of. Memorial, &c. To the Legislature of Virginia, on the Subject of Militia Fines. The Memorial and Petition of the Religious Society of Friends, (Commonly Called Shakers,)… [Delaware, Ohio 1824]
    2035 Friends, Society of. The Testimony of the Society of Friends, on the Continent of America. Mount Pleasant 1830.
    3041 Friends, Society of. A Report of the Proceedings of the Yearly Meeting, of the Society of Friends, Reprinted with Corrections and Additions, from the 'Christian Advocate,' Newspaper, of May 23 & 30th, 1836. St. Clairsville 1836.
    3418 Friends, Society of. Cincinnati Monthly Meeting. Memorial of Mary Anthony. [Cincinnati 1838.
    7019 Friends, Society of. Documents Prepared by the Associated Committees of the Society of Friends; Who Met in Baltimore in the Seventh Month, 1849. Wilbur Controversy. Cincinnati 1850.
    9416 Friends, Society of. Indiana Yearly Meeting. Minutes of the Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends -1850.- At Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends, held at White-water, in Wayne County, Indiana, on Fifth-day, the 3d of the Tenth month, 1850. [Cincinnati 1850]
    939 Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. The Epistle from the Yearly Meeting, Held in London, by Adjournments, from the 22nd of the Fifth Month, to the 31st of the Same, Inclusive, 1816. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends in Great Britain, Ireland, and Elsewhere. [Mt. Pleasant 1816]
    8647 Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. The Epistle from the Yearly Meeting Held in London, by Adjournments, from the 21th of the Fifth month, to the 31th of same, inclusive, 1828. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and Elsewhere. [Mt. Pleasant 1828]
    2036 Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. The Epistle from the Yearly Meeting, Held in London, by Adjournments, from the 19th of the Fifth month, to the 28th of same, inclusive, 1830. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and Elsewhere. [Mt. Pleasant 1830]
    2795 Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. The Epistle from the Yearly Meeting Held in London, by Adjournments, from the 20th of the Fifth Month, to the 30th of the Same, Inclusive, 1835. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and Elsewhere. St. Clairsville 1835.
    3042 Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. The Whole Correspondence between the Committee of the Yearly Meeting of Friends and Isaac Crewdson, Including Some Observations on the Origin and Progress of the Existing Doctrinal Controversy in the Society of Friends. St. Clairsville 1836.
    8259 Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. Epistle from the Yearly Meeting, Held in London. [Mount Pleasant] 1838.
    8261 Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. The Epistle from the Yearly Meeting Held in London, by Adjournments, from the 24th of the Fifth Month, to the 2nd of the Sixth Month, Inclusive. 1843. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends in Great Britain, Ireland and Elsewhere. [Mount Pleasant 1843]
    4264 Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. An Epistle from the Yearly Meeting of Friends, to Its Junior Members. Mountpleasant, O. M.DCCC.L. [1850]
    3887 Friends, Society of. New England Yearly Meeting. Views of the Society of Friends in Relation to Civil Government. Cincinnati 1840.
    4262 Friends, Society of. New York. Farmington Quarterly Meeting. Address of Farmington Quarterly Meeting to the Monthly Meetings Constituting It, and to the Members of the Same Generally. "Are there not at this moment slaves toiling for us." [Mount Pleasant] 1850.
    5881 Friends, Society of. North Carolina Yearly Meeting. Epistle of the North Carolina Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends. Mount Pleasant 1845.
    1134 Friends, Society of. Ohio Yearly Meeting. Report of the Committee on Indian Concerns ... [signed:] On behalf of the committee, Lewis Walker, Clerk, 9 mo. 8th. 1819. [Mount Pleasant 1819]
    1231 Friends, Society of. Ohio Yearly Meeting. Epistle from...4th of the 9th month to 8th of same, 1820. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends within our limits. [Mount Pleasant? 1820]
    4320 Friends, Society of. Ohio Yearly Meeting. A Minute of Advice from Ohio Yearly Meeting, Held by Adjournments from the 3rd of the 6th Month, to the 7th of the Same, Inclusive, 1821. To the Meetings and Friends within Our Limits...Benjamin W. Ladd, Clerk. [Mountpleasant 1821]
    1441 Friends, Society of. Ohio Yearly Meeting. Advice of Ohio Yearly Meeting, Held at Mountpleasant, by Adjournments, from the 8th of Ninth Month, to the 12th of the Same, Inclusive, 1823, Recommended to the Particular Attention of Meetings, and Friends in Their Individual Capacities. Mt. Pleasant, O. 1823.
    1497 Friends, Society of. Ohio Yearly Meeting. Advice of Ohio Yearly Meeting, Held at Mount Pleasant, by Adjournments, from the 6th of the 9th Month to the 10th of the Same, Inclusive, 1824. Recommended to the Particular Attention of Meetings, & Friends in Their Individual Capacities. [Mount Pleasant 1824]
    279 Friends, Society of. Ohio Yearly Meeting. A Minute of Advice of Ohio Yearly Meeting, Held by Adjournments, from 3rd of the Ninth Month, to the 7th of the Same, Inclusive, 1832: To Its Members and Subordinate Meetings. Mountpleasant, Ohio 1832.
    5959 Friends, Society of. Ohio Yearly Meeting. An Epistle from Ohio Yearly Meeting of Friends, held at Mountpleasant, by adjournments, from the 29th of 8th mo. to the 1st of the 9th, inclusive, 1836. [Mount Pleasant 1836]
    9049 Friends, Society of. Ohio Yearly Meeting. Address from Ohio Yearly Meeting of Friends, Held at Salem by Adjournment, from the 30th of the 8th Month, to the 3rd of the 9th Month, 1847, an to the People of the United States--on the Subject of War. [Salem 1847]
    7875 Friends, Society of. Ohio. From the Meetings for Sufferings Held at Short Creek, from the 23rd of the 9th Month to the 25th of the Same, Inclusive, 1813. To the Members of the Society of Friends, Constituting the Ohio Yearly Meeting. Etc. Quaker Meeting. Earliest Ohio Quaker Item. [St. Clairsville 1813]
    8257 Friends, Society of. Ohio. (Orthodox: 1828-1854) The Minutes of Ohio Yearly Meeting, Held at Mount Pleasant, By Adjournments from the 3d of the 9th Month, to the 7th of the Same, Inclusive, 1838. [Steubenville, O.] 1838.
    7870 Friends, Society of. Ohio. (Orthodox: 1828-1854) The Minutes of the Ohio Yearly Meeting, Held at Mountpleasant, by Adjournment from the 6th to the 10th of the 9th Month, Inclusive, 1841. St. Clairsville, O. 1841.
    7921 Friends, Society of. Ohio. Fall Creek. A Testimony of Fall-Creek Monthly Meeting of Friends, in Highland County and State of Ohio, Concerning Jacob Jackson. [Hillsboro 1845]
    5284 Friends, Society of. Smithfield Monthly Meeting. Testimony of Smithfield Monthly Meeting, concerning Mary Wood, decd. daughter of William and Mary Wood. [Smithfield, Ohio 1819?]
    7998 Fry, Jos. Reese (Joseph Reese), 1811-1865. An Address to the St. Peter's Benevolent Society for the Support of the Female Orphan Asylum of Cincinnati. Delivered at the Anniversary Meeting, January 1, 1836. By. Jos. Reese Fry. Cincinnati 1836.
    280 Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815, compiler. Memoirs of the Late Rev'd. Samuel Pearce, A.M. With Extracts from Some of His Most Interesting Letters. Compiled by Andrew Fuller, D.D. To Which are Added: An Oration, Delivered at the Grave, By The Rev. J. Brewer; A Funeral Sermon on His Death, By J. Ryland, D.D. An Elegy, By Benjamin Francis, A.M. A Memoir of Mrs. Pearce, with Extracts from Her Letters; A Circular Letter, By Mr. Pearce; A Sermon, on the Pernicious Influence of Delay in Religious Concerns: By Andrew Fuller, D.D. And Some Interesting Miscellany. Fourth American Edition. [Two lines of quotation] Cincinnati 1820.
    2302 Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815. Andrew Fuller's Letters to Mr. Vidler, on the Doctrine of Universal Salvation Together with a Short Appendix, Written by Hezekiah Johnson. Washington, Ohio[.] 1832.
    7101 Gaines, John Isom, 1821-1859 and Joseph Henry Perkins. Orations, Delivered on the First of August, 1849: Before the Colored Citizens of Columbus and Cincinnati. Cincinnati 1849.
    6699 Gale, George Washington, 1789-1861. A Brief History of Knox College, Situated in Galesburgh, Knox County, Illinois. With Sketches of the First Settlement of the Town by Rev. G.W. Gale, with a Discourse on "Public Men, and Public Institutions of the Church" by J. Blanchard, President of Knox College. Cincinnati 1845.
    267 Gallagher, William Davis, 1808-1894. Selections from the Poetical Literature of the West. [Four lines of verse] Cincinnati 1841.
    2609 Gallowrake, pseud. Letters of Gallowrake: Being a Series of Communications Originally Published in the Ohio Star. [Four lines from Cicero] Ravenna 1834.
    8729 Garwood, John. An Account of the Extraordinary Sufferings of John Curl, Son of James Curl, of Champaign Co. Ohio, Aged 7 Years, Who was Lost Eight Days in the Woods. By John Garwood. [Bellefontaine] 1839.
    3904 Gass, Patrick, 1771-1870. The Journal of Lewis and Clarke, to the Mouth of the Columbia River beyond the Rocky Mountains. In the Years 1804--5, & 6. Giving a Faithful Description of the River Missouri and Its Source--of the Various Tribes of Indians through Which They Passed--Manners and Customs--Soil--Climate--Commerce--Gold and Silver Mines. Revised, Corrected, and Illustrated with Numerous Wood Cuts. To Which is Added a Complete Dictionary of the Indian Tongue. Dayton, O. 1840.
    7949 Gass, Patrick, 1771-1870. Journal of Lewis and Clarke. Revised, corr. New Ed., with Notes. Dayton 1846.
    7102 Gatchell, H. P. (Horatio P.), d. 1887. People's Doctor, Containing the Treatment and Cure of the Principle Diseases of the Human System, in Plain and Simple Language. Including the History and Various Modes of Treatment of the Cholera. Rev. by H.P. Gatchell, to Which Is Added, Facts in Domestic Matters; Being a Complete Family Book. Cincinnati 1849.
    438 Gavin, Anthony, fl. 1726. Master-Key to Popery. By the Publisher to the Third American Edition. Cincinnati 1833.
    2443 Gavin, Anthony, fl. 1726. A Portraiture of Romanism, Containing the Master-Key to Popery; or, A Full Account of the Customs of the Priest and Friars, and the Rites and Ceremonies of the Popish Religion, in Four Parts. Cincinnati 1833.
    7093 Gaylor, Charles. Lewis' Panorama: A Description of Lewis' Mammoth Panorama of the Mississippi River, from the Falls of St. Anthony to the City of St. Louis. Cincinnati 1849.
    9786 Gazlay, J. W. (James William), 1784-1874. Case of George P. Torrence, Acting as President Judge of the Ninth Circuit of the Court of Common Pleas of the State of Ohio, Considered, as Violative of the Constitution of the State by James W. Gazlay. Cincinnati 1822.
    1301 Gazlay, James William, 1784-1874. Report of the Case of Thomas Graham of Cincinnati, in the State of Ohio, Indicted for Perjury, and Tried at the August Term of the Court of Common Pleas, Holden at Cincinnati, in and for the County of Hamilton, in the Year Eighteen Hundred and Twenty One. Reported by a Gentleman of the Bar, at the Request of Stephen Curcier. Cincinnati 1821.
    5535 Gazlay, Theodore, b. 1815. The Musician, A Collection of the Most Celebrated Songs, Duetts, Glees, Trios, Catches, Rounds, and Glees. For Voices and Instruments. Cincinnati 1839.
    5812 Geauga Baptist Association. Minutes of the Tenth Anniversary of the Geauga Baptist Association. [No. 9-Periodical.] Painesville 1844.
    7750 Geauga County Educational Society. Chardon. Teachers' Institute. A Free School. In accordance with the directions of the last meeting of the Geauga County Educational Society, an Institution will be opened ... the better preparation of the teachers of our common schools ... Wm. K. Williston, L.D. Taylor, M.D. Leggett, Committee. Chardon, October 1, 1845. [Chardon 1845]
    10358 Geauga Seminary (Chester Center, Ohio) Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the Geauga Seminary, Chester, Geauga County, Ohio for the Year Ending July 4, 1849. Cleveland 1849.
    10359 Geauga Seminary (Chester Center, Ohio) Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the Geauga Seminary, for the Year Ending July Second, 1850. Chester, Geauga County, Ohio. Cleveland, Ohio 1850.
    8583 Geauga Seminary. Chester. Order of Exercises at the Anniversary of Geauga Seminary, Chester, Ohio, Tuesday, July 2d, 1850. Cleveland 1850.
    2557 General Convention of Western Baptists (1833: Cincinnati, Ohio) Proceedings of the General Meeting of Western Baptists, at Cincinnati, Commencing on the Sixth of November, 1833. Cincinnati 1834.
    1499 Genin, Thomas Hedges, 1796-1868. Oration, Delivered at the Court House in St. Clairsville, on Washington's Birth Day. [St. Clairsville 1824]
    2444 Genin, Thomas Hedges, 1796-1868. The Napolead, in Twelve Books, by Thomas H. Genin, Esq. St. Clairsville 1833.
    706 Gentleman of the Bar, By a. A Copious Index to all the Laws of the State of Ohio, Which are Now in Force, to Which is Added, a Statement of Such as are Repealed, in Which, not Only the Substance of the Several Acts is Indicated; but almost All the Duties of the Several Officers Created Thereby, are Particularly Pointed Out. By a Gentleman of the Bar. Marietta 1809.
    3651 Gerstner, Franz Anton, Ritter von, 1793-1840. Railroads in the Kingdom of Belgium Compared with those in the United States. [Cincinnati 1839]
    510 Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Guizot's Gibbon: History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A New Ed. Rev. and Corr. throughout Preceded by a Pref. and Accompanied by Notes, Critical and Historical, Relating Principally to the Propagation of Christianity by M. F. Guizot; the pref., Notes and Corrections, Translated from the French Expressly for This Ed. with a Notice of the Life and Character of Gibbon, and Watson's Reply to Gibbon. Oxford 1841.
    511 Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Guizot's Gibbon: History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A New Ed. Rev. and Corr. throughout Preceded by a Pref. and Accompanied by Notes, Critical and Historical, Relating Principally to the Propagation of Christianity by M. F. Guizot; the Pref., Notes and Corrections, Translated from the French Expressly for This Ed. with a Notice of the Life and Character of Gibbon, and Watson's Reply to Gibbon. Cincinnati 1841.
    9764 Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Guizot's Gibbon History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A new ed. rev. and corr. throughout / preceded by a pref. and accompanied by notes, critical and historical, relating principally to the propagation of Christianity by M.F. Guizot ; the pref., notes and corrections, translated from the French expressly for this ed. ; with a notice of the life and character of Gibbon, and Watson's reply to Gibbon ; in two volumes. Cincinnati 1850.
    431 Gibbons, William. Practical Logic, or an Assistant to Theme Writers. Designed for Academies, Public Schools, and All Those Desirous of Learning the Art of Writing and Thinking Correctly. Cleveland 1840.
    4456 Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua Reed), 1795-1864. Pacificus: The Rights and Privileges of the Several States in Regard to Slavery; Being a Series of Essays Published in the Western Reserve Chronicle, (Ohio,) after the Election of 1842. By a Whig of Ohio. [Warren 1843]
    4369 Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua Reed], 1795-1864. A Letter from Hon. J. R. Giddings upon the Duty of Anti-Slavery Men in the Present Crisis. Ravenna 1844.
    9673 Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua Reed], 1795-1864. Letter from Hon. J. R. Giddings Upon the Duty of Anti-Slavery Men in the Present Crisis. [Ravenna 1844]
    3422 Gillies, John. Memoirs of Rev. George Whitefield, by John Gillies...Rev. and Corrected, with Large Additions and Improvements. To Which is Appended, an Extensive Collection of His Sermons and Other Writings. Middletown, Ohio 1838.
    4718 Gillmore, Hiram. A Book for the Times; or, The Philosophy of Christian Baptism, Scripturally, Historically and Rationally Established, by the Testimony of Numerous and Credible Witnesses, Both Ancient and Modern by H. Gillmore. Published by a Committee. Steubenville 1846.
    6687 Goble, John. The Adaptation of External Nature to Man. Oration of John Goble, Delivered Before the Citizens and Students at Oxford, January 6, l842. [Oxford] 1842.
    288 Goddard, Abbott, compiler. A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs, Designed for the Use of the Pious. [Two lines from Isaiah] Cincinnati 1824.
    2799 Goddard, Charles Backus, 1796-1864. An Address before the Philomathesian & Nu Pi Kappa Societies of Kenyon College, by Charles B. Goddard, Esq. Published by the Philomathesian Society. Gambier 1835.
    5007 Godwin, William, 1756-1836. The Adventures of Caleb Williams: or Things as They Are. Cincinnati 1849.
    3653 Going, Jonathan, 1786-1844. The Inaugural Address, at the Anniversary of the Granville Literary and Theological Institution, August 8, 1838, by Jonathan Going, D.D., President and Professor of Theology. (Published by Request of the Trustees.) Columbus 1839.
    2760 Goldsmith, Alban, ca. 1788-ca. 1865. Cincinnati Whig and Commercial Intelligencer-Extra. An Inquiry into the Causes that have Retarded the Prosperity of the Medical College of Ohio. [Cincinnati 1835?]
    2611 Goodenow, John Milton, 1782-1838. Historical Record of the Proceedings of the Court of Common Pleas, and "The Bar" of Hamilton County, Ohio, in Reference to the Appointment of Clerk of Said Court; Embracing All the Documents and Papers heretofore Published on the Subject; with New Matter, and a Review of the Whole. By the President Judge of Said Court. Containing Also an Appendix: Comprising the Address of the President Judge to the Bar, on Taking His Seat, at the February Term of Said Court, A.D. 1833; and Their Reply: Also, His Charge to the Grand Jury at That Term: Also, His Memorial to the Legislature on the Subject of His Salary; Also, a Report by the Honorable Joseph Storey, Now a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, as Chairman of a Committee of the Legislature of Massachusetts, to Whom a Letter of the Late Chief Justice Parsons, and a Recommendation of Governor Strong, was Referred, on the Subject of Judicial Salaries: Now First Published, etc. etc. [Two lines from Lord Chancellor Hardwicke] By the President Judge of Said Court ... Cincinnati 1834.
    2800 Goodenow, John Milton, 1782-1838. Letter of the Hon. John M. Goodenow, on the Subject of the Northern Boundary of Ohio. St. Clairsville 1835.
    7626 Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860. The Universal School Atlas, Arranged on the Inductive Plan, and Designed to Render the Study of Geography Both Easy and Instructive. Cincinnati 1832.
    9919 Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860. The Life of Christopher Columbus, Illustrated by Tales, Sketches, and Anecdotes. Adapted to the Use of Schools. With Engravings. Cincinnati 1848.
    4644 Gould, J. The Claims of the American & Foreign Bible Society, Maintained and Vindicated; In Reply to the Rev. H. Blodgett's Defence of the American Bible Society, and the Common English Version. By J. Gould & John Winter, Baptist Ministers of the Trumbull Association. Warren, O. 1845.
    7903 Graff, Jacob. By Jacob Graff. Books At Auction. By Catalogue, Will be sold, at Early Candle-light on Saturday Even'g Feb. 13, At 219, Main St., 3d door above 5th. Cincinnati 1841.
    366 Graham, John. The Farmers' and Mechanics' Assistant and Companion; or, a New System of Decimal Arithmetic. Adapted for the Easy and Regular Instruction of the Youth in the United States. Compiled by John Graham. Eaton 1824.
    1302 Graham, Thomas. Villany Unmasked; A Reply by Thomas Graham, to a Pretended Report of His Case, by James W. Gazlay, Alias "a Gentleman of the Bar." Cincinnati 1821.
    5488 Graham, William Young, defendant. Lives, Trials and Confessions of Wm. Young Graham alias William Clark, and Hester Foster, Who were Sentenced, at the Last Term of the Ohio Supreme Court, in the County of Franklin, to be Executed on the 9th Day of February, 1844. Columbus 1844.
    4645 Graham, William, 1798-1854. The Cause and Manner of the Trial and Suspension of the Rev. William Graham, by the New School Synod of Cincinnati. [Cincinnati 1845]
    9065 Grand River Baptist Association. Minutes of the Grandriver Baptist Association, Held by Appointment at Kingsville, in the County of Ashtabula, Ohio, September 9 and 10, 1818. New-Lisbon [1818]
    9064 Grand River Baptist Association. Minutes of the Grandriver Baptist Association, Holden at Genave [i.e., Geneva], in the County of Ashtabula, Ohio, October 15th and 16th, 1817. [Woodcut depicting an altar surrounded by foliage] New-Lisbon 1817.
    1280 Grand River Baptist Association. Minutes of the Grand River Association, Convened at Jefferson, September 12th & 13th, 1821. Cleaveland 1821.
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    5805 Grand River Baptist Association. Minutes of the Thirty-Third Annual Meeting of the Grand River Baptist Association: Held in Kingsville, Ashtabula County, Ohio, Sept. 11th, 12th & 13th, 1849. J.W. Weatherby, Cor. Secretary, Conneaut, Ohio. Conneaut 1849.
    9616 Grand River Institute. Austinburg, Ohio. Grand River Institute. Annual Exhibition, Wednesday, June 26th, 1850. [Ashtabula] [1850]
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    1364 Gray, William. Both Sides of the Question. Containing Four Publications of the Rev. William Gray of the Presbyterian Congregation, Lebanon, Ohio; Relative to Some Statements Made by William Thompson, Minister of the Baptist Church in a Discourse on the Subject of Baptism; Together with Answers Thereto. Lebanon 1822.
    8790 Great Western Bazaar. Cleveland. Catalogue of German, French and English fancy and other goods, for sale wholesale and retail at the Great Western Bazaar, Cleveland, Ohio. Citizens and strangers will find this establishment a most desirable place, where they may find one of the best assortments of articles, both pleasing and suitable as presents for all occasions. Orders from any part of the states carefully packed, and attended to with dispatch. ... [Cleveland 1839]
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    135 Greene, William, 1797-1883. An Oration on the Life and Character of John Quincy Adams. Delivered at Cincinnati, 25 March, 1848, before the Bar of Hamilton County, at Their Request. By William Greene. Cincinnati 1848.
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