The Nineteenth Century in Print: Books
Our triumph and our new duties.
Outlines of Music hall lectures,
Outlines of moral science.
Outlines of physical geography.
An overland journey, from New York to San Francisco in the summer of 1859.
The Pacific railroad--open.
The Pacific tourist.
The papacy and the civil power /
Papers on out-door relief and tramps,
Parental influence, authority, and instruction:
The parents' manual;
Paris en Amérique,
The past of Ypsilanti:
A pastoral address...
The pastoral letter of the House of bishops of the Protestant Episcopal church;
The Patrons of husbandry on the Pacific coast.
The Pennsylvania pilgrim,
Personal and political ballads,
Personal liberty laws, (statutes of Massachusetts), and slavery in the territories, (case of Dred Scott).
Personal memoir of Daniel Drayton,
Personal reminiscences, anecdotes, and letters of Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Philadelphia and its environs.
Philadelphia and its manufactures ... in 1857 ...
Philadelphia and its manufactures;
Philosophy as absolute science, founded in the universal laws of being, and including ontology, theology, and psychology made one, as spirit, soul, and body.
The philosophy of creation:
The philosophy of teaching.
The physical geography of the sea.
Physical survey of Virginia.
Physical theory of another life.
The pictorial book of anecdotes and incidents of the war of the rebellion, civil, military, naval and domestic ...from the time of the memorable toast of Andrew Jackson--"The federal union; it must be preserved!" ... to the assassination of President Lincoln, and the end of the war.
The picture of St. John.
Pike county ballads and other pieces.
The pine and the palm greeting;
Pittsburgh; its industry & commerce,
Plain and pleasant talk about fruits, flowers and farming /
Plain educational talks with teachers and parents /
Plain talk and friendly advice to domestics;
Plain talks on familiar subjects.
Plain words to young men.
A plea for the Farmers' college of Hamilton county, Ohio, and for a reformation in collegiate instruction:
The plurality of worlds.
Plymouth church and its pastor,
Poem delivered before the Connecticut Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa Society,
A poem on the meditation of nature,
Poems & parodies
Poems and prose writings.
Poems and stories,
Poems by William Vaughn Moody.
Poems for children,
Poems here at home,
Poems now first collected.
The poems of Charles Fenno Hoffman.
The poems of Henry Timrod.
Poems of James Russell Lowell,
The poems of John G. C. Brainard.
Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.
The poems of Phoebe Carey
The poems of Richard Henry Stoddard.
Poems of Sidney Lanier,
Poems of house and home.
Poems of pleasure.
Poems of religion and society.
Poems of the Orient,
The poems, sacred, passionate, and humorous, of Nathaniel Parker Willis.
Poems. Selections, 1893
The poet's journal.
The poetical geography, designed to accompany outline maps or school atlases.
Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria Davidson,
The poetical works of Alice and Phoebe Cary,
The poetical works of Edward Rowland Sill.
The poetical works of Fitz-Greene Halleck.
The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
The poetical works of N. P. Willis.
The poetry of travelling in the United States.
Political economy for the people.
[Political speeches, partly in the House and Senate, dealing mainly with Kansas and slavery.]
The political text-book,
A political text-book for 1860:
Popery, the foe of the church, and of the republic
Popular education :
Popular objections to Unitarian Christianity considered and answered.
The position and course of the South.
The position of Christianity in the United States,
The position of the Republican and Democartic parties.
The powers of the federal government over slavery!
The powers of the world to come: