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VERPLANCK (GULIAN C.).
481. The Right Moral Influence and Use of Liberal Studies. A Discourse delivered after the Annual Commencement of Geneva College, August 7th, 1833. 8vo, original cloth (spotted throughout).
N. Y. Henry Ludwig, Printer, 1833 482. The Advantages and the Dangers of the American Scholar. FIRST EDN. 8vo, original cloth.
N. Y.: Wiley & Long, 1836
483. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). My Summer in a Garden. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original cloth.
Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1871 Backlog Studies. FIRST EDN. Illust. 12mo, original cloth (some pp. spotted).
In the Wilderness. Bost. 486. Being a Boy. crown 8vo, cloth.
Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1873 484. Baddeck, and That Sort of Thing. FIRST EDN. 16mo, original cloth. Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1874 FIRST EDN. 16mo, original Houghton, Osgood & Co., 1878 FIRST EDN. Illusts. Square Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1878 With A. L. S. referring to this particular work inserted. The American Newspaper: an Essay. FIRST 32mo, original cloth. Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1881 488. A Roundabout Journey. FIRST EDN. Post 8vo, original cloth. Bost. Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1884 489. Studies in the South and West. FIRST EDN. Crown 8vo, original roxburghe binding (back trifle broken). N. Y.: Harper & Brothers, 1889
490. The Work of Washington Irving. FIRST EDN. Portraits. 24mo, cloth. N. Y.: Harper & Bros., 1893 The Golden House: a Novel. FIRST EDN. Illusts. by W. T. Smedley. Crown 8vo, original roxburghe binding. N. Y.: Harper & Brothers, 1895 The People for whom Shakespeare Wrote. Illusts. 12mo, original cloth, uncut.
N. Y. and Lond.: Harper & Bros., 1897 493. That Fortune: a Novel. FIRST EDN. Crown 8vo, original roxburghe binding.
N. Y. and Lond.: Harper & Brothers, 1899
CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER,
492. FIRST EDN.
494. WHIPPLE (EDWIN P.) Essays and Reviews (on Macaulay, Daniel Webster, Byron, Wordsworth, etc., etc.). FIRST EDN. 2 vols. 12mo, original cloth (some pp. spotted). N. Y.: D. Appleton & Co., 1848
495. Washington and the Principles of the Revolution: an Oration before the Municipal Authorities of the City of Boston, July 4th, 1850. 8vo, original wrappers, pp. 30. Bost. J. H. Eastburn, 1850
496. Eulogy on John Albion Andrew. 8vo, original wrappers, pp. 36. Bost.: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1867 Literature of the Age of Elizabeth. FIRST EDN. Bost.: Fields, Osgood & Co., 1869
EDWIN PERCY WHIPPLE,
497. 12mo, cloth.
Success and its Conditions. FIRST EDN. 12mo, Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1871 Outlooks on Society, Literature and Politics. FIRST EDN. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.
Bost. Ticknor & Co., 1888 With 2-page A.L.S. from Author to William Winter inserted.
498. original cloth.
JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER,
500. WHITTIER (J. G.) The Shepherd's Calendar, with Village Stories and Other Poems. Fronts (stained). 12mo, cloth, and label. Lond. John Taylor, 1827
From the library of J. G. Whittier, with presentation inscription to the poet, dated Dec. 25, 1847.
501. [-] Specimens of American Poetry. With Critical and Biographical Notices. By Samuel Kettell. (With poem, "The Sicilian Vespers," by Whittier.) 3 vols. 12mo, original boards and label, uncut (recased and rebacked with cloth). Bost. S. G. Goodrich & Co., 1829
The Yankee, or Farmer's Almanac for 1831. (With "The Spirit of the North," by Whittier.) 12mo, stitched, Bost. Willard, Felt & Co. 
503. The Literary Souvenir, edited by Alaric A. Watts. Plates by FINDEN, GOODALL, etc. 18mo, original watered silk binding, gilt edges (little worn at joints and edges).
Lond.: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, 1831 Contains Whittier's "The Indian Girl's Lament" and "Song" by Bryant.
WHITTIER (J. G.).
504. Cheever (Geo. B.) The American CommonPlace Book of Poetry, with occasional notes. FIRST EDN. Fronts. 12mo, original boards, uncut (roughly rebacked). Bost. Published by Carter, Hendee & Babcock.
Balt. Charles Carter, 1831 Includes poems by Whittier, Longfellow, Holmes and BryScarce with the frontispiece.
The Yankee; the Farmer's Almanack for 1832. (With the Poems, "Bolivar" and "The Cities of the Plains," by Whittier.) 12mo, uncut and unopened. Bost. Willard, Felt & Co.  Not mentioned by Foley.
506.  The Literary Remains of J. G. C. Brainerd. With Sketch of his Life by Whittier. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original cloth and label. Hartford: P. B. Goodsell 
507. [ -] The History of Haverhill, Mass. By B. L. Mirick. Folding view. Post 8vo, original half cloth and boards, with label, uncut.
Haverhill: Printed and published by A. W. Thayer, 1832 Rare. One of the finest copies ever offered at auction. It is well known that Whittier was the real author of this volume. 508.  The Anti-Slavery Record. Vol. I. for 1835. Illusts. (With Poem by Whittier.) 12mo, original cloth (foxed). N. Y.: R. G. Williams, 1835 509. Garrison (Wm. Lloyd).  Thompson. Also, a Brief History of the Anti-Slavery Cause in England. 8vo, original cloth (foxed throughout).
Lectures of George
Isaac Knapp, 1836
From Whittier's library, with his sister's (Elizabeth H.) autograph on title.
510. [-] Holmes (Oliver Wendell). Poems. FIRST EDN. Crown Svo, original figured cloth (back trifle broken, foxed throughout, and several leaves stained, affecting the text). Bost. Otis, Broaders & Co., 1836 Whittier's copy, with his book-label.
511.  The Anti-Slavery Record.
Vol. II. for 1836. [—] (With Poem by Whittier.) Illusts. 12mo, original cloth (some margins damp-stained). N. Y.: Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, 1836.
512.  Reception of George Thompson in Great Brit16mo, half leather and boards.
Bost. Isaac Knapp, 1836 From the library of J. G. Whittier, with the poet's autograph on front cover. Whittier was once mobbed while in company with Thompson.
WHITTIER (J. G.).
513. Proceedings of the Fourth New-England AntiSlavery Convention, held in Boston, May 30, 31, and June 1 and 2, 1837. 8vo, sewn. Bost. Isaac Knapp, 1837 Some of the resolutions were introduced by Whittier. 514. Poems written during the Progress of the Abolition Question in the United States, between the years 1830 and 1838. FIRST EDN. With fronts. and vignettes. 12mo, original cloth (some pp. stained).
Bost. Published by Isaac Knapp, 1837
515. [- ] History of Pennsylvania Hall, which was Destroyed by a Mob, 17th May, 1838. (With "Poetical Address" by Whittier.) Illusts. 8vo, original paper covers (back frayed and name on front cover).
Phil. Merrihew & Gunn, 1838
Very scarce in wrappers.
516. [-] Retrospects of Western Travel. By Harriet Martineau. 2 vols. 12mo, original cloth and labels, paper covered (text time-stained).
Lond. Saunders & Otley; N. Y.: Harper & Bros., 1838
From the library of J. G. Whittier, with the autograph signature of the poet (in pencil) five times, on title and end papers. Also many passages marked and marginal notes.
Whittier may have intended to use these passages as he did those from Miss Martineau's Society in America," in Views of Slavery and Emancipation, N. Y., 1837," which he edited.
517. [-] Narrative of James Williams, an American Slave. Portrait. 12mo, half cloth (not original, title stamped in two places). N. Y. and Bost.: I. Knapp, 1838
518. Poems. 12mo, original cloth (few margins damp-stained, otherwise a fine copy).
Phil. Joseph Healy, 1838
First edition. Very scarce.
519.  The North Star: the Poetry of Freedom, by her Friends. 16mo, original red roan, gilt edges.
Phil. Printed by Merrihew & Thompson, 1840 Scarce. "Edited anonymously by Whittier, who, in addition to the prefatory note and the poem, pp. V.-VII., contributed the poem, "The Exiles; a Tale of New England," "The World's Convention." and, almost certainly, "Granada." Among the other contributors were Whittier's sister Elizabeth, James T. Fields, and John Pierpont. Arnold catalogue. The Edward Hale Bierstadt copy, with the fine bookplate engraved by French.
520. [—] The Pro and Con of Universalism. By Geo. Rogers. 12mo, half roan (one cover loose). Utica, N. Y.: Published for the author, by O. Hutchinson, 1840.
From the library of J. G. Whittier. Presentation copy to his sister, Elizabeth Whittier.
WHITTIER (J. G.).
521. [——) A Visit to the United States in 1841. By Joseph Sturge. FIRST EDN. 8vo, original cloth (cloth soiled). Lond Hamilton, Adams & Co., 1841 Contains historical sketch of the Old-School Abolitionists, an article on the Destruction of Pennsylvania Hall, etc., by Whittier. Scarce.
The Anti-Slavery Pickwick: a Collection of Speeches, Poems, Dialogues and Songs, intended for use in Schools and Anti-Slavery Meetings. By John A. Collins. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original wrappers (name, etc., on title, and some covers stained). Bost.: H. W. Williams, 1842 Two poems by Whittier, "Stanzas," and Stanzas for the Times."
523. Lunt (George). The Age of Gold, and other Poems. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original boards, uncut, with paper label. Bost. William D. Ticknor, 1843 From the library of Whittier, with his surname on flyleaf, probably in his sister's handwriting.
Lays of My Home, and other Poems. FIRST 12mo, original boards, uncut, and with the label. Bost. William D. Ticknor, 1843 525.  The Stranger in Lowell. FIRST EDN. 12mo, new boards, with cloth back (a little cut down).
524. EDN. SCARCE.
Bost. Waite, Peirce & Co., 1845 526. The American Liberty Almanac for 1846. Crown 8vo, sewn. Hartford: W. H. Burleigh  Includes "The Branded Hand," by Whittier.
527.  The Opal. A Gift for 1846. Edited by Jno. Keese. Plates (one lacking). (With Poems "My Soul and I," and "The Wife of Manoah to her Husband," by J. G. W.) Post Svo, leather, gilt (loose in covers).
N. Y.: J. C. Riker, 1846 Presentation copy from J. G. and Eliz. H. Whittier. Inscription and one correction in poem in the poet's autograph.
528.  Solitary Hours of Fancy and Feeling, and other Poems. By Jas. M. Macrum. 12mo, cloth. Dublin: James McGlashan, 1846 Presentation copy from the author to J. G. Whittier.
Voices of Freedom. Fourth and complete edn. 12mo, original cloth (covers stained, touching slightly margin of title). Phil. Thos. F. Cavender, 1846 As is well known this is the genuine first edition, with signature of Salmon P. Chase on title.
The Opal for 1847. (With the Poems-"Worship," by Whittier, and "Birds of Passage," by Longfellow.) Hand-colored engravings. Svo, stamped leather, gilt (somewhat rubbed and loose in covers).
N. Y. J. C. Riker, 1847