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Au drapeau Américain : ode patriotique by Deléry, Charles François, 1815-1880
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
Pour etre vendu au profit de l'asile du pere Turgis : l'abbé Turgis by Deléry, Charles François, 1815-1880
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
Warren's ride : a true tale with a moral
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
"A Democrats lament," : respectfully dedicated to our leaders, who guide and direct our State, and with sincere hope that true chivalry and courage will assert itself, and some evils complained may be corrected, that is truth and fact, it shall be said, Ours is a land! "Where none so high as to be above the law; none so low as to be beneath its protection." Is earnest wish of Jonathan Jenks, of Southern X roads, "near the river, " Last Ditch P.O., Coffin Co by Hooper, C. M
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
Sing democracy
DDC/LCC
  3 1 ???? ????
American idealism rag : AIR
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
The Democratiad : a poem, in retaliation, for the "Philadelphia jockey club." : [Two lines of verse] by Hopkins, Lemuel, 1750-1801
LCC
  734 62 1795 1900
Aristocracy : An epic poem ... [Bk. I-II] by Alsop, Richard, 1761-1815 [Author; Other]
DDC/LCC
  546 41 1795 1900
A congratulatory epistle to the redoubtable "Peter Porcupine." : On his "complete triumph over the once towering but fallen and despicable faction, in the United States:" : a poem by Grievous, Peter
LCC
  383 25 1796 1796
The guillotina : or A Democratic dirge, a poem by Hopkins, Lemuel, 1750-1801
DDC/LCC
  343 23 1796 1796
The guillotina, or A Democratic dirge : a poem. By the author of the "Democratiad." [Twelve lines of verse] by Hopkins, Lemuel, 1750-1801
LCC
  55 16 1796 1796
The Demos in council: or 'Bijah in pandemonium : Being a sweep of the lyre, in close imitation of Milton. : [Four lines of verse] by Sullivan, William, 1774-1839 [Author]
LCC
  241 10 1799 1799
The political green-house, for the year 1798 : addressed to the readers of the Connecticut courant, January 1st, 1799 by Alsop, Richard, 1761-1815
DDC/LCC
  386 32 1799 2015
A collection of various pieces of poetry, chiefly patriotic : published at the earnest request of a number of good citizens for the improvement of patriotic minds by Gay, James, 1744-1819
LCC
  117 6 1810 1810
A New Year's present for Jan. 1, 1810, or, An unmasked view of certain occurrences during the year 1809 by Hillard, Isaac, 1737-1823
LCC
  13 3 1810 1810
Waddell to Coleman : facts and fancy : as you like it : go on, or stop by Waddell, John H. (John Henry), 1928-
LCC
  58 6 1819 1819
A landscape, sketched in New-Hampshire : To which are added, lines to a democratic young lady, and her reply by Craggs, Salisbury
LCC
  27 6 1821 1821
The aspect of the times : a political poem, and other pieces by Native of Newark
DDC/LCC
  124 10 1831 1900
The Burlington K.G.K. songster for 1844
LCC
  1 1 1844 1844
Progress in America, or, a speech in sonnets, on the relations between Great Britain and the United States : not delivered either in Parliament or Congress by Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870
DDC
  1 1 1846 1846
The political trip of Sam Know-Nothing, in the ship of state Massachusetts by Swasey, Charles W. (Charles Warren), 1824-1865
DDC
  2 2 1855 1856
"My policy."
LCC
  23 3 1866 2010
Poematia : "Blood drops," Birthday lines, and other verses of Society by Butler, James Davie, 1815-1905
LCC
  29 2 1874 1874
The politicians, and other poems by Holley, H. W. (Henry Whitcomb), 1828-1897
DDC/LCC
  58 8 1876 2012
Bullion in the campaign of 1880, or, Shylock in verse by Brown, Amy Benson
LCC
  6 3 1880 1880
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