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The Harvest Festival, with other poems, by F. S: Hill. Boston, True & Greene, 1826. 18mo, pp. 79.

Miscellaneous Poems selected from the United States Literary Gazette. Boston, Cummings, Hilliard & Co, 1826, 18mo, pp, 172.

Anniversary Poem delivered at New Haven, Conn. before the Connecticut Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa, September 12th 1826, by James G. Brooks, of the New York Alpha. New York, G. & C. Carvill, 1826. 8vo, pp. 28.

Oriental Harp, Poems of the Boston Bard. Providence, R. I. Smith & Parmenter, 1826. 8vo, pp. 254.

The Religion of the Sun, a posthumous poem of Thomas Paine, with a preface by the proprietor. Philadelphia, 1826. 12mo, pp. 28.

The Lay of Gratitude, consisting of poems occasioned by the recent visit of Lafayette to the United States, by Daniel Bryan. Philadelphia, H. C. Carey & I. Lea, 1826. 8vo, pp. 104.

Africa, a poem. Andover, Flagg & Gould. 1826. 12mo, pp. 20.

Miscellaneous Poems, by Mrs Eliza Munden. Charleston S. C. 1826. 12mo, pp. 286.

A Descant on Universalism, a poem, by John Peck. Boston, 1826. 18mo, pp. 35.

Journals of the Ocean, and other Miscellaneous poems, by a Seaman. New York 1826.

Rufiana, or the poetical sinnings of William Rufus of Charleston, S. C. New York, 1826. 12mo, pp. 144.

The Daughters of Eve, by a Lady, published in aid of the New York female association for the support and instruction of the indigent deaf and dumb. Schenectady, 1826. 12mo, pp. 90.

Eleanor, and other poems, by Charles W. Thompson. Philadelphia, 1826.

The Rest of the Nations, a poem by Grenville Mellen. Portland, 1826. 8vo. pp. 28.

Lyric poems by William B. Tappan. Philadelphia, Ash & Mason, 1826. Horace in New York, a satire. New York 1826. Poems by Milton Ward. Plymouth. 18mo, pp. 108.

The Populous Village, a poem recited before the Philermenian Society of Brown University, September, 1826. Providence, 1826. 8vo, pp. 18.

The Sailor Boy's First Voyage, a Ballad in two parts. Boston, Wait, Greene & Co. 1826. 18mo, pp. 125.

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The Hunter, and other poems, by Micah P: Flint. Boston, Hilliard, Gray & Co, 1826. 18mo.

Excursion on the river Connecticut during a short recess. Reported by Amicus Curiæ. Boston, Cottons & Barnard. 12mo, pp. 48.

The trial of Cain the first murderer, in poetry, by Erastus Brown. Boston, 1827.

Tamerlane, and other poems, by a Bostonian. Boston, 1827. Arlan, or the force of feeling, a poem, with other poems, by J. Bynum, Jr. Columbia, Sweeny & Sims, 1827. 12mo, pp. 99.

Clio, No. 3, by James G. Percival. New York, G. & C. Carvill. 1827. 12mo.

The Confessions of Cuthbert, with other poems, by Sydney Melmoth. Boston, 1827. Hilliard, Gray & Co. 18mo, pp. 124.

Early Days, by W. G. Simms, jr. 1827.

The Fredoniad, or Independence preserved, an Epic Poem on the late war, by Richard Emmons, M. D. Boston, W. Emmons, 1827. 4 vols. 12mo.

Poems by the author of Moral Pieces in prose and verse. Boston, S. G. Goodrich 1827. 18mo, pp. 228.

The Legend of the Rocks, and other poems, by James Nack, New York, E. Conrad, 1827. 12mo, pp. 204.

Alnwick Castle, with other poems. New York, G. & C. Carvill, 1827. 8vo, pp. 64.

Poems by Richard H. Dana. Boston, Bowles & Dearborn, 1827, 18mo, pp. 113.

Sketches, by N. P. Willis. Boston, S. G. Goodrich, 1827. 8vo,

pp. 96.

The Cities of the Plain, a religious poem, by S. L. Fairfield. Boston, Charles C. Greene, 1827. 12mo.

The Manuscript, comprising the Fratricide and Miscellaneous Poems, by Mark Maurice. Boston, J. H. Eastburn, 1827. 12mo,

pp. 69.

A Poet's Leisure Hours, No. I. Waterford, New York, 1827. 12mo. pp. 70.

The Graves of the Indians, with other poems, Boston, Hilliard, Gray & Co. 1827. 12mo, pp. 72.

Poetical Illustrations of the Atheneum Gallery. Boston, True & Greene, 1827.

Our Chronicle of '26, a satirical poem. Boston, Wells & Lilly, 1827.

The Southern and Western Songster, being a chosen collection of the most fashionable songs, many of which are original. Philadelphia, 1827.

Gems in the Mine, or Traits and habits of Childhood, in verse, by Mary Elliot. Salem, J. R. Buffum, 1828. 18mo, pp. 104.

Short Poems on various subjects, by the Rev. Jonathan Fisher of Blue Hill, Maine. 1828.

Fleurette and other rhymes, by John C. M'Call. Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Carey, 1829. 18mo, pp. 61.

Incidental Poems, accompanied with letters and a few select pieces mostly original, for their illustration, together with a preface and sketch of the author's life, by Robert Dinsmoor, the Rustic Bard. Haverhill, A. W. Thayer, 1828. 12mo, pp. 264.

Guido a Tale; Sketches from History, and other poems, by Ianthe. New York, G. & C. Carvill, 1828. 12mo, pp, 200.

Poems by Amica Religionis. Utica, Hastings & Tracy, 1829. 12mo.

Poems by Louisa P. Smith. Providence, A. 8. Beckwith, 1829. 12mo, pp. 250.

The Rivals of Este, and other poems, by James G. Brooks and Mary E. Brooks. New York, J. J. Harper 1829. 12mo, pp. 260.

Dreams of Pindus, by G. Wallingford Clarke. Philadelphia, Carey Lea & Carey, 1829. Post 12mo, pp. 15.

The Heir of the World, and lesser poems, bys. L: Fairfield Philadelphia; 1829,

Afara, Christ in the desert, a fragment, and other poems. New York, 1829. 8vo.

Anniversary Poem pronounced before the Pilhermenian Society at their thirtyfourth celebration, September 20, 1828. By Albert G. Greene. Providence, Smith & Parmenter, 1829. 8vo, pp. 24.

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