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Atlantis, A.A. [pseud.].

Mildred Brainridge; or, Passing through the "Vale of tears.".

Philadelphia, J.E. Potter and Co. [c1879]

Wright bibliography number 166.

Reel: A-21


Atwood, Horace G.

Avenged: or, Dick Thorne's mistake.

Jacksonville, Ill., W.W. Barrett. 1877

Wright bibliography number 167.

Reel: A-21


Augur, C.H.

Half-true tales: stories founded on fiction.

New York, Puck, Keppler & Schwarzmann. 1891

Wright bibliography number 168.

Reel: A-2


Augur, C.H.

Mr. Wilkenning's hobby.

In Mavericks.


Augur, C.H.

The story of shiftless Smith.

In Hanks: assorted yarns from Puck.


Augustin, George.

The haunted bridal chamber. A romance of old-time, New Orleans.

New Orleans, La, The author. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 65.

Reel: 7


Augustin, George.

Romances of New Orleans.

New Orleans, L. Graham & Son. 1891

Wright bibliography number 169.

Reel: A-21


[Augustin, Marie].

Le Macandal. Episode de l'insurrection des noirs a St. Domingue.

Nouvelle-Orleans, Impr. G. Muller. 1892

Wright bibliography number 170; Par Tante Marie [pseud.].

Reel: A-21


Augustine, William Azariah.

The itinerary of Azariah Frejolity; or, What becomes of old barbers.

[Carey, O., s.n.]. [1908?]

Wright bibliography number 43.

Reel: 5


Austin, Charles.

Frank Marston; or, The queen of the May.

Boston, Gleason. 1847

Wright bibliography number 197.

Reel: A-8


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Betty Alden: the first born daughter of the Pilgrims.

Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1891

Wright bibliography number 171.

Reel: A-21


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Cipher.

New York, Sheldon. 1869

Wright bibliography number 156.

Reel: A-21


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

David Alden's daughter and other stories of colonial times.

Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. [c1892]

Wright bibliography number 172.

Reel: A-21


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

… The Desmond hundred.

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co. 1882

Wright bibliography number 173.

Reel: A-21


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Dora Darling, the daughter of the regiment.

Boston, J.E. Tilton. 1865

Wright bibliography number 157.

Reel: A-21


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Dr. Le Baron and his daughter.

Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1890

Wright bibliography number 174.

Reel: A-22


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

More Seven Club takes found in Mr. Jefferay's papers marked: "some strange relatings, sent by divers of mine acquaintance…".

[Newport, Newport Daily News]. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 180; limited ed.

Reel: A-23


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

…Mrs. Beauchamp Brown.

Boston, Roberts Bros. 1880

Wright bibliography number 175.

Reel: A-22


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

… A nameless nobleman.

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co. 1881

Wright bibliography number 176.

Reel: A-22


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Nantucket scraps: being the experiences of an off-islander in season and out of season, among a passing people.

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co. 1883

Wright bibliography number 177.

Reel: A-22


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Nor dead, nor living.

In short stories, 2d ser.


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Outpost.

Boston, J.E. Tilton. 1867

Wright bibliography number 158.

Reel: A-21


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Safe in purgatory.

In F.E. McKay, ed., Vignettes.


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

The shadow of Moloch Mountain.

New York, Sheldon. 1870

Wright bibliography number 159.

Reel: A-22


Austin, Jane (Goodwin).

Standish of Standish.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1889

Wright bibliography number 178.

Reel: A-22


Austin, John Osborne.

The journal of William Jefferay, gentleman. Born at Chiddingly, old England…1591; died at Newport, New England…1675.

[Providence, Press of E.L. Freeman & Sons]. 1899

Wright bibliography number 179; limited ed.

Reel: A-23


Austin, John Osborne.

Philip and Philippa. A genealogical romance of today.

[Newport, R.I., Newport daily news]. 1901

Wright bibliography number 66.

Reel: 7


Austin, John Osborne.

A week's wooing, and Dolph and Dolly.

New York; London, The Abbey Press. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 68.

Reel: 7


Austin, Martha W[addill].

Veronica.

New York, Doubleday, Page & Company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 69.

Reel: 7


Austin, Mary Hunter.

Isidro.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1905

Wright bibliography number 4 Sup.

Reel: Sup 4


Austin, Maude Mason.

Cension. A sketch from Paso Del Norte.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1896 [1895]

Wright bibliography number 181.

Reel: A-23


Austin, Oscar Phelps.

Uncle Sam's secrets. A story of national affairs for the youth of the nation.

New York, D. Appleton & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 67.

Reel: 7


Austin, William.

Peter Rugg the missing man.

In H. St. Clair, comp., Tales of terror.


The Autobiography of a married woman. No girlhood.

New York, S.A. Rollo. 1859

Wright bibliography number 160.

Reel: A-22


Autobiography of a reformed drunkard; or, Letters and recollections of an inmate of the Alms-house.

[Norwich, Conn.] Philadelphia, Griffith and Simon [etc.]. 1845

Wright bibliography number 198.

Reel: A-8


The Autobiography of Charles Moore, revealing the history of the most remarkable robberies…and his terrible revenge in the murder of Richard White at Marseilles, France.

Baltimore, A. R. Orton. 1854

Wright bibliography number 160A.

Reel: A-22


Avary, Myrta Lockett.

Romance of a tin roof and a fire-escape.

In J. Hawthorne, One of those coincidences.


Averill, Charles E.

The boarding-school miss; or, The young back-woodsman's bride.

In E.Z.C. Judson, Love's desperation.


Averill, Charles E.

The cholera-field; or, The plague spreaders of New-York.

Boston, G.H. Williams. 1850

Wright bibliography number 199.

Reel: A-8


Averill, Charles E.

The corsair king, or, The blue water rovers.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1847

Wright bibliography number 200.

Reel: A-8


Averill, Charles E.

The female fishers; or, The beautiful girl of Marblehead.

Boston, T. Wiley, Jr. 1848

Wright bibliography number 201.


Averill, Charles E.

The Italian Lazzaroni; or, The miser-prince of Palermo.

In E.Z.C. Judson, The red revenger.


Averill, Charles E.

Kit Carson, the prince of the gold hunters; or, The adventures of the Sacramento.

Boston, G.C. Williams. 1849

Wright bibliography number 202.

Reel: A-9


Averill, Charles E.

Life in California; or, The treasure seekers' expedition. A sequel to Kit Carson.

Boston, G.H. Williams. [1849]

Wright bibliography number 203.

Reel: A-9


Averill, Charles E.

The Mexican ranchero; or, The maid of the chapparal.

Boston, Gleason. 1847

Wright bibliography number 206.

Reel: A-9


Averill, Charles E.

The pirates of Cape Ann; or, The freebooter's foe.

Boston, Gleason. [1848]

Wright bibliography number 208.

Reel: A-9


Averill, Charles E.

The secret service ship; or, The fall of San Juan d'Ulloa.

Boston, Gleason. 1848

Wright bibliography number 209.

Reel: A-9


Averill, Charles E.

The secrets of the high seas; or, The mysterious wreck in the Gulf Stream.

Boston, G.H. Williams. 1849

Wright bibliography number 211.

Reel: A-9


Averill, Charles E.

The secrets of the twin cities; or, The great metropolis unmasked.

Boston, G. H. Williams. 1849

Wright bibliography number 212.

Reel: A-9


Averill, Charles E.

The wanderers; or, The haunted nobleman.

Boston, Gleason. [1848]

Wright bibliography number 213.

Reel: A-9


Averill, Charles E.

The wreckers; or, The ship-plunderers of Barnegat.

Boston, Gleason. 1848

Wright bibliography number 214.

Reel: A-9


Averitt, William.

Stories and poems of western Texas.

New York, J.B. Alden. 1890

Wright bibliography number 182.

Reel: A-23


[Avery, Jane Greenough].

The old distillery; or, Hope Archer.

Boston, H. Hoyt. 1865

Wright bibliography number 161.

Reel: A-22


Avery, M.A.

The rebel general's loyal bride.

Springfield, Mass., W.J. Holland. 1874

Wright bibliography number 162.

Reel: A-22


Avery, M.A.

Shadowed perils.

New York, Authors' Pub. Co. 1876

Wright bibliography number 183.

Reel: A-23


Avery, Samuel Putnam.

The harp of a thousand strings; or, Laughter for a lifetime.

New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. [c1858]

Wright bibliography number 163; by Spavery [pseud.].

Reel: A-22


Avery, Samuel Putnam.

Mrs. Partington's carpet-bag of fun.

New York, Garrett. 1854

Wright bibliography number 164.

Reel: A-22


Avery-Stuttle, Lilla Dale.

Making home happy.

Battle Creek; Chicago, Review & Herald Pub. Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 184.


Avery-Stuttle, Lilla Dale.

Making home happy.

Battle Creek; Chicago, Review & Herald Pub. Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 84.

Reel: XYZ-4


Avery-Stuttle, Lilla Dale.

Making home peaceful: sequel to "Making home happy.".

Mountain View, Cal., Pacific Press Pub. Assoc. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 185.

Reel: A-23


Axtell, Archie Guy.

The legend of the leaves.

Blair, Neb., The Courier print. 1904

Wright bibliography number 70; by Rev. A.G. Axtell.

Reel: 7


Ayer, I.W.

The Hungarian refugee; or, The bold Magyar.

Boston, Star Spangled Banner Office. [c1850]

Wright bibliography number 214A.

Reel: Sup 2


Aylesworth, Barton Orville.

"Thirteen" and twelve others from the Adirondacks and elsewhere.

St. Louis, Christian Pub. Co. 1892

Wright bibliography number 186.

Reel: A-23


Aztec revelations; or, Leaves from the life of the fate-doomed. An autobiography of an early adventurer in Mexico.

Oquawaka, Ill., J.B.. & E.H.N. Patterson. 1849

Wright bibliography number 215; Tr. by an officer of the army.

Reel: A-9


"B., and R.".

Helen Elwood, the female detective; or A celebrated forger's fate.

Chicago, G.W. Ogilvie. [c1885]

Wright bibliography number 187.

Reel: B-1


B., J.

Wolfsden: an authentic account of things there and thereunto pertaining as they are and have been.

Boston, Phillips, Sampson. 1856

Wright bibliography number 165.

Reel: B-1


B., J.A.

Mary Bean: the factory girl. A domestic story, illustrative of the trials and temptations of factory life.

Boston, Hotchkiss. 1850

Wright bibliography number 216.

Reel: B-1


[B., M.].

Philip English's two cups. "1692.".

New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1869

Wright bibliography number 166.

Reel: B-1


B., M.A.

The victims of revenge.

In The Romantic Historian.


B., M.A.A.

Clouded in mystery.

Philadelphia, H.M. McKinney. 1874

Wright bibliography number 167.

Reel: B-1


B., N.

Carrie Lee's talisman.

Philadelphia, T.K. Collins, Jr. 1854

Wright bibliography number 168.

Reel: B-1


B[ower], E[lla] E.

Leaves from a bad girl's diary.

Chicago, Owens Pub. Co. 1884

Wright bibliography number 619.

Reel: B-56


Baars, F[red] D.

The story of the seas.

Arkadelphia, Ark. Baars & Neeley. [c1896]

Wright bibliography number 188.

Reel: B-1


Babcock, Bernie (Smade).

At the mercy of the state.

Chicago, The New voice press. 1902

Wright bibliography number 71.

Reel: 7


Babcock, Bernie (Smade).

The daughter of a Republican.

Chicago, The New Voice Press. 1900

Wright bibliography number 189.

Reel: B-1

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