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B. United States

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B. United States

  • ALDEN, J. E. Scotch Type in Eighteenth-Century America. SB , 3:270-74.(“Essentially a statement of work in progress.”)[779]
  • ASHTON, W. J. Voice in the West , N. Y., Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1950. 424 p.(History of the Deseret News of Salt Lake City, established 1850.)[780]
  • BLANCK, J. Bibliographical Jungle. Antiquarian Bookman , 6:579-80; 1419-20.(Upton Sinclair's The Jungle, 1906.)[781]
  • BLANCK, J. In Re Huckleberry Finn . New Colophon , 3:153-59.[782]
  • BRIGHAM, C. S. Journals and Journeymen; a Contribution to the History of Early American Newspapers , Univ. of Penn. Press, 1950. 114 p.[783]
  • BROWN, H. G. and M. O. Philadelphia Book Trade to 1820 [a Directory]. NYPB , 54:25-37, 89-92, 123-45.(A continuation of No. 291, Check List for 1949 .) The whole also separately printed, N. Y. Public Libr., 1950, 129 p.[784]
  • BROWN, R. B. Texans in Leopard Skin Pants. BSA , 44:373-78.(W. W. Heartstill's Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army, Marshall, Texas, 1876.)[785]
  • BUTTERFIELD, L. H. B. Franklin's Epitaph. New Colophon , 3:9-29.[786]
  • CADBURY, H. J. John Hepburn and His Book against Slavery, 1715. Proc. Amer. Antiquarian Soc. , 59 (1949):89-160.(The American Defence, Evans no. 1678; article includes reprint of the Defence.)[787]
  • CAMERON, K. W. An Early Prose Work of Emerson. AL , 22:332-38.(Review of W. P. Greenwood's Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Christian Worship, Boston, 1830.)[788]
  • CAUTHEN, I. B., Jr. Poe's Alone: Its Background, Source, and Manuscript. SB , 3:284-91.[789]
  • DE ARMOND, A. J. Andrew Bradford, Colonial Journalist , Univ. of Delaware Press, 1949. 272 p.(Includes account of his journal, the American Weekly Mercury, 1719-1746.)[790]
  • DUNBAR, V. R. The Revision of Daisy Miller . MLN , 65:311-17.[791]
  • EBERSTADT, C. Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. New Colophon , 3:312-56.[792]
  • EBERSTADT, L. The Passing of a Noble “Spirit.” BSA , 44:372-73.(Porter's Spirit of the Times, Sept. 6, 1856—Dec. 28, 1861.)[793]
  • EDELSTEIN, D. S. Joel Munsell: Printer and Antiquarian , Columbia Univ. Press, 1950. 420 p.[794]
  • FINKEL, W. L. Sources of Walt Whitman's Manuscript Notes on Physique. AL , 22:308-31.[795]
  • FINKEL, W. L. Walt Whitman's Manuscript Notes on Oratory. AL , 22:29-53.[796]
  • FRENCH, W. G. A “Lost” American Novel. AL , 21:477-78.(John Holt Ingraham's Pierce Fenning, or The Lugger's Chase, New York, Williams, 1846. Copy found Univ. Mississippi Libr.)[797]

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  • FRY, J. and P. JEFFERSON. The Fry and Jefferson Map of Virginia and Maryland. A Facsimile of the First Edition . . . with an Introduction by Dumas Malone , Princeton Univ. Press, for the Harry Clemons Publication Fund, 1950. 21 p., facsimile.(Check list of eighteenth-century editions, by Coolie Verner, p. 13-19.)[798]
  • GAINES, W. H., Jr. The Continental Congress Considers the Publication of a Bible, 1777. SB , 3:274-81.[799]
  • GALLUP, D. C. The Making of The Making of Americans . New Colophon , 3:54-74.[800]
  • GOFF, F. R. Peter Force. BSA , 44:1-16.[801]
  • GOFF, F. R. and V. L. EATON. See Part I, no. 395.
  • HAMILTON, J. A. Timothy Flint's “Lost Novel.” AL , 22:54-56.(Copy of Flint's The Lost Child, Boston, Putnam & Hunt, 1830, located in Marietta College Library.)[802]
  • HART, J. D. The Popular Book: A History of America's Literary Taste , New York Oxford, 1950. 351 p.[803]
  • HINZ, J. P. Willa Cather in Pittsburgh. New Colophon , 3:198-207.(Includes “A Check-List of Willa Cather's Writings in Pittsburgh Periodicals and Newspapers.”)[804]
  • HUNTER, D. Papermaking by Hand in America, 1690-1811 , Chillicothe, Ohio, Mountain House Press, 1950. 326 p., facsimiles. Abstract published in Gutenberg Jahrbuch (1950):31-40.[805]
  • KAINEN, J. George Clymer and the Columbian Press , New York, The Typophiles, or San Francisco, Book Club of California, 1950. 60 p.[806]
  • LEONARD, E. A. Paper as a Critical Commodity during the American Revolution. Penn. Mag. Hist. & Biog. , 74:488-99.[807]
  • LOVETT, R. W. Harvard College and the Supply of Textboks. Harvard Libr. Bull. , 4:114-22.(Side light on book trade.)[808]
  • McANEAR, B. American Imprints Concerning King's College. BSA , 44:301-39.[809]
  • MAY, E. R. Bret Harte and the Overland Monthly . AL , 22:260-71.[810]
  • MINICK, A. R. See no. 573.
  • NASH, R. A Preliminary Checklist of American Writing Manuals and Copybooks to 1850 , Chicago, The Newberry Libr., 1950. 72 p.(Copies issued for checking; not published.)[811]
  • ORCUTT, W. D. Mary Baker Eddy and Her Books , Boston, Christian Science Pub. Soc., 1950. 198 p.[812]
  • PALTSITS, V. H. New Light on “Publick Occurences,” America's First Newspaper. Proc. Amer. Antiquarian Soc. , 59 (1949):75-88.[813]
  • PECKHAM, H. H. An Early Indiana Bookplate. Indiana Quart. for Bookmen , 5:29-30.[814]
  • PHILLIPS, W. L. Franklin's Version of the “Lord's Prayer”: A Restoration of the Text. AL , 22:338-41.[815]
  • POWELL, W. S. The Bicentennial of Printing in North Carolina. North Carolina Hist. Rev. , 27:193-99. Condensed from the introduction to the facsimile edition of The Journal of the House of Burgesses, of the Province of North-Carolina, 1749, Raleigh, State Dept. of Archives and Hist., 1949, p. vii-xvii.[816]
  • PROCTER, P. S., Jr. William Leggett (1801-1839), Journalist and Literator. BSA , 44:239-53.[817]
  • ROLLINS, C. P. Theodore Low De Vinne. Signature , new ser., 10:3-21.[818]
  • SEALTS, M. M., Jr. Did Melville Write “October Mountain”? AL , 22:178-82.[819]
  • SHOCKLEY, M. S. Shapiro's “World.” AL , 21:485.(Correction of line 17 of Karl Shapiro's “Nostalgia.”)[820]
  • SILVER, R. G. The First Presses in Each of the United States. Bibl. Soc. Univ. of Virginia, Secretary's News Sheet , no. 12, January 1950.(A preliminary list.)[821]
  • SILVER, R. G. Printers' Lobby: Model 1802. SB , 3:207-28.(Against increased duty on imported type.)[822]
  • SIMPSON, L. P. The Literary Miscellany and The General Repository: Two Cambridge Periodicals of the Early Republic. Libr. Chron. Univ. of Texas , 3:177-90.[823]
  • SMITH, J. E. One Hundred Years of Hartford's Courant; from Colonial Times through the Civil War , Yale Univ. Press, 1949. 342 p.[824]
  • STARKEY, L. G. Benefactors of the Cambridge Press: A Reconsideration. SB , 3:267-70.[825]

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  • STEPHENS, S. DeW. The Mavericks, American Engravers , Rutgers Univ. Press, 1950. 219 p.[826]
  • STUTLER, B. B. The Transformation of Young Kate . New Colophon , 3:222-27.(Written by John Lewis. Published under various titles.)[827]
  • TAYLOR, C. M. Some Whittier First Editions Published in the British Isles. Jour. of the Friends' Historical Soc. , 42:41-45.[828]
  • THOMPSON, L. S. The First Non-Serial Puerto Rican Imprint. BSA , 44:181-82.(Cortabarria, Proclama, 1811.)[829]
  • THORPE, J. George Catlin vs. the Philobiblon Society. New Colophon , 3:250-59.(Dispute over their publication of his Account of an Annual Religious Ceremony practised by the Mandan Tribe of North American Indians.)[830]
  • VERNER, C. The Several States of the Farrer Map of Virginia. SB , 3:281-84.[831]
  • WALSH, J. E. The California and Oregon Trail: A Bibliographical Study. New Colophon , 3:279-85.(Parkman's California and Oregon Trail, 1849.)[832]
  • WEITENKAMPF, F. Early Pictures of North American Indians: a Question of Ethnology , N. Y. Public Libr., 1950. 26 p. Reprinted from NYPB, 53 (1949):591-614.[833]
  • WOLF, E., 2nd. Benjamin Franklin's Political , Miscellaneous and Philosophical Pieces, 1779. [Univ. Penn.] Libr. Chron. , 16:50-63.[834]
  • YOUNG, R. E. An Error in The Ambassadors. AL , 22:245-53.[835]