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PS648 .S3 F66 [Info] Foreign Legions (included on a Baen CD image), contrib. by David Drake, David Weber, Mark L. Van Name, Eric Flint, and S. M. Stirling
PS648 .S3 J36 [Info] Aurora (1981-1990; with issues of Janus, its predecessor) (full serial archives)
PS648 .S3 J36 [Info] Janus (1975-1980; with issues of Aurora, its successor) (full serial archives)
PS648 .S3 S385 [Info] The Service of the Sword (included on a Baen CD image), ed. by David Weber, contrib. by Jane M. Lindskold, Timothy Zahn, John Ringo, Victor Mitchell, and Eric Flint
PS648 .S3 W377 2002 [Info] The Warmasters (included on a Baen CD image; c2002), by David Weber, Eric Flint, and David Drake
PS648 .S3 W647 2005 [Info] The World Turned Upside Down (included on a Baen CD image; c2005), ed. by David Drake, Jim Baen, and Eric Flint
PS648 .S4 [Info] The Battle for the Pacific; and Other Adventures at Sea (New York and London: Harper and Bros., 1908), contrib. by Rowan Stevens, Yates Sterling, William J. Henderson, George Ethelbert Walsh, Kirk Munroe, Frank H. Spearman, Harold Martin, Owen Hall, and Julian Ralph (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS648 .S5 G65 [Info] The Argosy (American fiction magazine, founded 1882) (partial serial archives)
PS648 .S5 P74 [Info] O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories (partial serial archives)
PS655 .L6 1844 [Info] Mind Amongst the Spindles: A Selection from the Lowell Offering; A Miscellany, Wholly Composed by the Factory Girls of an American City (London: Charles Knight and Co., 1844), ed. by Charles Knight (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS655 .L6 1845 [Info] Mind Amongst the Spindles: A Miscellany, Wholly Composed by the Factory Girls, Selected From The Lowell Offering (with a letter by Harriet Martineau; Boston: Jordan, Swift and Wiley, 1845), ed. by Charles Knight, contrib. by Harriet Martineau (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS659 .H6 [Info] Life at High Tide, ed. by William Dean Howells and Henry Mills Alden (Gutenberg text)
PS659 .M5 [Info] Short Stories for English Courses, ed. by Rosa Mary Redding Mikels (Gutenberg text)
PS681 .O8 [Info] The Oxford Book of American Essays (New York: Oxford Univerity Press, 1914), ed. by Brander Matthews (HTML at Bartleby)
PS700 .A1 S7 [Info] The Story of Constantius and Pulchera (originally published 1789-1790; with extensive added notes), ed. by Duncan Faherty and Ed White (PDF with commentary at common-place.org)
PS700 .W8 M68 1779 [Info] The Motley Assembly: A Farce (with spelling modernized), by Mercy Otis Warren (HTML with commentary at samizdat.com)
PS702 .S8 1813 [Info] The Sylphs of the Seasons, with Other Poems, by Washington Allston (page images at MOA)
PS704 .C7 [Info] The Columbiad: A Poem, by Joel Barlow
PS708.B5 M6 [Info] Modern Chivalry, by H. H. Brackenridge (HTML at Virginia)
PS711 .S4 1678 [Info] Several Poems Compiled with Great Variety of Wit and Learning, Full of Delight (Boston: Printed by John Foster, 1678), by Anne Bradstreet (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
PS712 .C3 1891 [Info] Anne Bradstreet and Her Time (Boston: D. Lothrop Company, c1891), by Helen Campbell (Gutenberg text)
PS744 .F7 C6 1797 [Info] The Coquette, or, The History of Eliza Wharton: A Novel Founded on Fact (from a reprint of the 1797 edition), by Hannah Webster Foster (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
PS744 .F7 C6 1855 [Info] The Coquette, or, The History of Eliza Wharton: A Novel Founded on Fact (new edition, with historical preface and memoir of the author; Boston: W. P. Fetridge and Co., 1855), by Hannah Webster Foster, contrib. by Jane E. Locke (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
PS749 .A3 [Info] Poor Richard's Almanack (1898 Century Company edition of selections), by Benjamin Franklin (frame-dependent page images at antiquebooks.net)
PS761 .P7 [Info] The Prince of Parthia: A Tragedy, by Thomas Godfrey (page images at MOA)

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