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PS2736 .R3 C5 [Info] Charlotte Temple, by Mrs. Rowson (Gutenberg text)
PS2736 .R3 C5 [Info] Charlotte Temple: A Tale of Truth (2 volumes in 1; Boston: C. Ewer, 1824), by Mrs. Rowson (multiple formats at Google)
PS2736 .R3 C6 [Info] Lucy Temple, One of the Three Orphans: A Sequel to Charlotte Temple (Philadelphia: Leary and Getz, 1854), by Mrs. Rowson (page images at HathiTrust)
PS2736 .R3 F5 [Info] Fille de Chambre: A Novel (Philadelphia: Printed for H. and P. Rice; Baltimore: J. Rice and Co., 1794), by Mrs. Rowson (HTML at Evans TCP)
PS2736 .R3 I5 [Info] The Inquisitor: or, Invisible Rambler (second American edition, 3 volumes; Philadelphia: Printed for M. Carey, 1794), by Mrs. Rowson
PS2736 .R3 R5 [Info] Reuben and Rachel, or, Tales of Old Times. A Novel (Boston: Printed by Manning and Loring, for D. West et al., 1798), by Mrs. Rowson
PS2736 .R3 S3 [Info] Sarah: or, The Exemplary Wife (Boston: C. Williams, 1813), by Mrs. Rowson (page images at HathiTrust)
PS2736 .R3 S4 1794 [Info] Slaves in Algiers, or, A Struggle For Freedom: A Play, Interspersed With Songs, in Three Acts (Philadelphia: Printed by Wrigley and Berriman, 1794), by Mrs. Rowson, contrib. by James Fennell (HTML at Evans TCP)
PS2736 .R3 T8 1795 [Info] Trials of The Human Heart: A Novel (4 volumes; Philadelphia: Printed for the author, 1795), by Mrs. Rowson
PS2736 .R32 S5 [Info] The Silent Call (New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1910), by Edwin Milton Royle (page images at HathiTrust)
PS2736 .R32 S5 [Info] The Silent Call (New York: Grosset and Dunlap, c1910), by Edwin Milton Royle (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PS2737 .R55 D4 [Info] The Dew-Drop of the Sunny South, by Caroline E. Rush (page images and uncorrected OCR text at Indiana)
PS2737 .R55 N6 [Info] The North and South, or, Slavery and Its Contrasts: A Tale of Real Life (Philadelphia: Crissy and Markley, 1852), by Caroline E. Rush (page images at HathiTrust)
PS2737 .R55 W3 [Info] Way-Marks in the Life of a Wanderer, by Caroline E. Rush (page images and uncorrected OCR text at Indiana)
PS2745 .A2 [Info] Poems: Patriotic, Religious, Miscellaneous (based on the 1880 and 1896 editions), by Abram Joseph Ryan (Gutenberg text)
PS2745 .A2 1879 [Info] Father Ryan's Poems (Mobile, AL: J. L. Rapier and Co., 1879), by Abram Joseph Ryan
PS2745 .A2 1880 [Info] Poems: Patriotic, Religious, Miscellaneous (Baltimore: J. B. Piet, 1880), by Abram Joseph Ryan
PS2745 .A2 1884 [Info] Poems: Patriotic, Religious, Miscellaneous (Baltimore: John B. Piet and Co., 1884), by Abram Joseph Ryan (HTML at Michigan)
PS2748 .P7 [Info] Proceedings of the Ceremony of Unveiling of the Monument Erected by the People of Mobile and of the South to the Memory of the Rev. Father Abram J. Ryan, Poet-priest of the South, in Mobile, Ala., July 12, 1913 (with a poem by Ryan and orations by La Moriniere and others; Mobile, AL: W.B. Delchamps Printing Co., 1913), contrib. by E. C. de La Morinièe and Abram Joseph Ryan (page images at HathiTrust)
PS2749 .S45 A7 [Info] Annus Mirabilis: A Poem Delivered at the Forty-Sixth Anniversary of the Philolexian Society of Columbia College (New York: Published for the society, 1848), by Thomas P. St. John
PS2769 .S43 [Info] Secret History: or, The Horrors of St. Domingo, in a Series of Letters, Written by a Lady at Cape François, to Colonel Burr, Late Vice-President of the United States, Principally During the Command of General Rochambeau (Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep, 1808), by Leonora Sansay
PS2772 .S6 [Info] Soliloquies in England, and Later Soliloquies (London et al.: Constable and Co., ca. 1922), by George Santayana (multiple formats at archive.org)
PS2777 .F55 [Info] Fleetwood, or, The Stain of Birth: A Novel of American Life, by Epes Sargent (HTML at Virginia)
PS2779 .S4 [Info] The Poems of Philip Henry Savage, by Philip Henry Savage (HTML at Michigan)
PS2779 .S5 F3 [Info] A Fascinating Traitor: An Anglo-Indian Story, by Richard Savage (Gutenberg text)

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