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- A catalogue of a very complete collection of books and pamphlets relating to the American civil war 1861-5 and slavery including many rare regimental histories, prison narratives, Confederate reports, privately printed biographies, poetry, etc
- A Classification and Subject Index for Cataloguing and Arranging the Books and Pamphlets of a Library [Dewey Decimal Classification]
- A Letter To The Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis, Late Judge Of The Supreme Court Of The United States, In Review Of His Recently Published Pamphlet On The "emancipation Proclamation" Of The President
- A Review Of The Rev. Moses Stuart's Pamphlet On Slavery, Entitled Conscience And The Constitution
- Absurdities Of Immaterialism, Or, A Reply To T. W. P. Taylder's Pamphlet, Entitled "the Materialism Of The Mormons Or Latter-day Saints, Examined And Exposed"
- Apologia pro vita sua : a reprint of the first edition (1864), together with the two preliminary pamphlets: (1) "Mr. Kingsley and Dr. Newman: a correspondence", (2) What, then, does Dr. Newman mean?" a reply by the Rev. Charles Kingsley Volume 1
- Apologia pro vita sua : a reprint of the first edition (1864), together with the two preliminary pamphlets: (1) "Mr. Kingsley and Dr. Newman: a correspondence", (2) What, then, does Dr. Newman mean?" a reply by the Rev. Charles Kingsley Volume 2
- Apologia pro vita sua : being a reply to a pamphlet entitled "What, then does Dr. Newman mean?"
- Catalogue Of Books And Pamphlets Relating To The American Indians
- Five Views Of An Age: A Selection Of Late Seventeenth Century Pamphlets From Ellis Library's Rare Book Room
- Four Early Pamphlets
- Latter-day Pamphlets
- Maxim Gorkey Articles And Pamphlets
- Newman's Apologia pro vita sua : the two versions of 1864 & 1865; preceded by Newman's and Kingsley's pamphlets
- O'Flaherty V.C. : A recruiting pamphlet
- Printed Poison: Pamphlet Propaganda, Faction Politics, And The Public Sphere In Early Seventeenth-century France
- The Junius Pamphlet
- The library of the late Hon. George Bancroft : a sketch of the historical manuscripts, memoranda concerning the books and pamphlets
- The Pamphlet Debate Between John Bunyan And Edward Burrough, 1656-57
- The Strange Spiritual Experiences Of John Toldervy, As Disputed Between Himself And James Nayler In A Pamphlet Debate Of 1656
- The tendency of "church principles," so called, to Romanism : proved and illustrated from the recent pamphlet of Rev. William Palmer, and from Dr. Hook's "Church dictionary"
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