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 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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 Provenances
 A descriptive catalogue of the...
 Title Page
 Dedication
 Table of Contents
 Foreword
 Richard Henry Dana, Jr.
 Provenances
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Group Title: Parker Dexter Howe Library
Title: The Parkman Dexter Howe Library
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Title: The Parkman Dexter Howe Library
Physical Description: 10 v. : ill., facsims., port. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Howe, Parkman Dexter, d. 1980
Ives, Sidney
Rheault, Charles A
Goodspeed, George T
Stoddard, Roger E
Borst, Raymond R
Myerson, Joel
O'Neal, David L
O'Neal, Mary T
MacDonnell, Kevin B
Baum, Rosalie Murphy
Pickard, John B
Tanselle, G. Thomas ( George Thomas ), 1934-
Crane, Joan St. C
Lancaster, John, 1943-
Hurff, Carmen Russell
Tilton, Eleanor Marguerite, 1913-
Winship, Michael
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    Dedication
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SThe
Parkman Dexter Howe
Library

)R PART III M



HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW

RICHARD HENRY DANA, JR.

SARAH ORNE JEWETT


THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA















THE
PARKMAN DEXTER HOWE
LIBRARY











IN PREPARATION


Henry Adams, Amos Bronson Alcott, and Louisa May Alcott
by John Alden
William Cullen Bryant
by Motley F. Deakin
Emily Dickinson
by Joel Myerson
Robert Frost
by John Lancaster
Nathaniel Hawthorne
by C. E. Frazer Clark
Oliver Wendell Holmes
by Eleanor M. Tilton
James Russell Lowell
by Kevin MacDonnell
Herman Melville
by G. Thomas Tanselle
Edna St. Vincent Millay
by Ruth Mortimer
John Greenleaf Whittier
by J. Benedict Pickard

OTHERS TO BE ANNOUNCED

IN PRINT

PART I: Early New England
by Roger E. Stoddard
PART II: Henry David Thoreau
by Raymond R. Borst
and
Ralph Waldo Emerson
by Joel Myerson

Catalogues may be ordered by subscription or individually from
Howe Library, 531 Library West, UF, Gainesville, Florida 32611












The

Parkman Dexter Howe

Library

PART III
SIDNEY IVES
GENERAL EDITOR


The Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Collection
David L. O'Neal Mary T. O'Neal

The Richard Henry Dana, Jr., Collection
Kevin B. MacDonnell

The Sarah Orne Jewett Collection
Rosalie Murphy Baum


THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE 1986











EDITORIAL BOARD

THE PARKMAN DEXTER HOWE LIBRARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Raymond Gay-Crosier, Chairman; Professor of French
Alistair M. Duckworth, Professor of English

Sidney Ives, University Librarian for Rare Books & Manuscripts
Aubrey L. Williams, Graduate Research Professor of English


BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CONSULTANT

John Alden, Emeritus Keeper of Rare Books
Boston Public Library


OF COUNSEL

John Lancaster, Special Collections, Archives, Amherst College

Ruth Mortimer, Rare Books, Smith College

Roger E. Stoddard, The Houghton Library, Harvard University

Michael Winship, Editor, Bibliography of American Literature

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA
Main entry under title:
The Parkman Dexter Howe Library.
Maps on lining papers.
Includes indexes.
Contents: pt. 1. The collector and the collections /
Charles A. Rheault, George T. Goodspeed, Parkman Dexter
Howe. A descriptive catalogue of the early New England
books / Roger E. Stoddard pt. 2. The Henry David
Thoreau collection / Raymond R. Borst. The Ralph Waldo
Emerson collection / Joel Myerson pt. 3. The Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow collection / David O'Neal,
Mary T. O'Neal. The Richard Henry Dana, Jr.,
collection / Kevin B. MacDonnell. The Sarah Orne Jewett
collection / Rosalie Murphy Baum.
1. American literature New England Bibliography -
Catalogs. 2. University of Florida. Dept. of Rare Books
and Manuscripts Catalogs. I. Howe, Parkman Dexter, d.
1980 Library Catalogs. II. Howe, Parkman Dexter, d.
1980. III. Ives, Sidney. IV. University of Florida.
z1251.E1P37 1988 [ps243] 016.81'08'0974 84-8702
1986 The University of Florida All rights reserved















EDITOR'S PREFACE


T HE LABORS of our friends and my indefatigable assistant Car-
menRussell Hurffhave brought into being the third catalogue in the
P.D. Howe series. Even more than the Emerson collection, the Long-
fellow is rich in association copies, some fifty publications signed or in-
scribed by Longfellow himself. From the scattered pieces of his college
days to the massive "works" of his old age, Longfellow left a trail of
presentations to family and friends: we have the first edition of his first
book of poems, inscribed to his mother; we have all the volumes (31 of
them, each inscribed) of Poems of Places (HWL 262) that he gave to
John Owen; we have the letter to his printer that lists the English ladies
to whom he wished Tales of a Wayside Inn sent; and we have memorials
to his friendships with Oliver Wendell Holmes, James Russell Lowell,
Hawthorne, Emerson, and other poets and writers of his time. Another
kind of association distinguishes the books of a great collector like Mr.
Howe: copies that once belonged to the pioneer collectors of American
literature, Frank Bemis, Jacob Chester Chamberlain, Stephen H. Wake-
man, or Carroll Atwood Wilson, are now permanent residents at the
University of Florida.
Longfellow published many of his poems first in magazines like the
Atlantic Monthly, then in a collection titled after a favorite piece-
" Voices of the JNight" was the first one-and, finally, in a collected Works.
At each stage the text could be changed by the author, publisher, or
printer, or merely the printer's devil fiddling with his type, so an editor
of Longfellow's poetry must conflate several printings to achieve the
text that best reflects the author's intentions. For such research, the
University of Florida now has the rare ephemeral printings as well as the
first editions in magazines and books. Some of the ephemera were un-
known until located by Jacob Blanck, while assisted by David O'Neal, in
the Bibliography of American Literature, and some still await investiga-
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The last of his families to inhabit Craigie House-Nathan Appleton's
wedding gift to Fanny and Longfellow-was Henry Wadsworth Long-
fellow Dana, so it is not inappropriate to publish with the poet our cata-
logue of works by the author of Two rears Before the Mast. Richard
Henry Dana, Jr., wrote two best-sellers, the book recounting his long
sea-voyage to California, and-now forgotten-the pamphlet contain-
ing his legal defense of the Rev. Isaac S. Kalloch, pastor of the Tremont
Temple Baptist Church, on trial for adultery (RHD 17). The other
spectacular trial in Dana's life was his own, when he was sued for plagiary
by William Beach Lawrence (RHD 32). The court's thirteen-year
deliberation embittered Dana's life.
On 26 April 1881, Longfellow noted in his journal that H.O. Hough-
ton's party for his seventy-fourth birthday was attended by "Miss Jewett,
author of Deephaven." To Annie Fields a year later, Sarah Orne Jewett
expressed "great shock" on learning of Longfellow's death. "His work
stands like a great cathedral in which the world may worship and be
taught to pray, long after its tired architect goes home to rest," she
wrote. Working on a lesser scale herself, Miss Jewett is redivivus as a
storyteller from the Maine coastal country. Dr. Baum's explanation of
the composite texts for the Country of the Pointed Firs reminds us again
of how publishers manipulate an author's words and how a scholar can
restore them.
To make citations to the Howe Catalogues so as to avoid confusion
with other lists such as Wright Howes's U.S.iana, we use the initials
PDH, followed by the author code for the specific entry. Thus, PDH
RWE 17 would lead to the first printing of Emerson's "Concord
Hymn" in Part II (the identifying author code-SOJ and SOJ MS for
Miss Jewett, HWL, HWL MS, and HWL MU for Longfellow, etc.-
makes the part number unnecessary). We record all provenances, in-
cluding the bare names of owners whom others can perhaps identify.
Here, then, are materials for the study of three noted American writers
of the nineteenth century. We most cordially welcome anyone who will
consult the Howe collections, either at first hand in our rooms on the
fifth floor of Library West or from these catalogues alone.
SIDNEY IVES
General Editor
















THE
PARKMAN DEXTER HOWE
LIBRARY


HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
























































Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 (see HWL 313)











THE


PARKMAN DEXTER HOWE
LIBRARY




A Descriptive Catalogue of
the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Collection


David L. O'Neal
Mary T. O'Neal











THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


GAINESVILLE -1986















Dedicated to
General James Alward Van Fleet
for many benefactions
to The University of Florida
and the gift of
this part of the Howe Library

















CONTENTS





Foreword

The Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Collection
Manuscripts
Sheet Music

Indices
Sheet Music
Provenances
Authors and Titles


ILLUSTRATIONS

FRONTISPIECE: Engraving of HWL by W. E. Marshall, 1882.

PLATE I: Corrected galley of "From My Arm-Chair," facingpage 60
1879 (HWL 287)


PLATE II: Autograph poem, "To a Mountain Brook,"
1831 (HWL MS 2)
















FOREWORD



O N the first day of publication, ten thousand copies of The Courtship of
Miles Standisbwere sold in London alone. Longfellow was the most
popular of all American poets; indeed, at the height of his fame, he was
the most popular poet in the English language and, through translations,
one of the most widely read in the world. The consequent demand for
multiple printings from stereotype plates has left insoluble riddles for
bibliographers. Like the researchers for the Bibliography of American
Literature, we have occasionally been forced to accept that, although
publishers' records show more than one printing, the evidence found in
the books themselves will not adequately distinguish copies of one
printing from another. Again, the shuffling of sheets, quite possibly in
various states, at the bindery may result in more combinations than can
be documented.
This collection displays Longfellow's achievements as poet, writer,
teacher, linguist, translator, and editor. It is remarkable for the incidence
of great rarities and unique copies, and for the many association books,
inscribed by the author to members of his family or to friends. These
inscriptions alone will be a fertile field for scholars. The presence of the
printed text in so many states and formats will save scholars much time
and travel, now that they can know what is gathered in Gainesville. For
some work it will be sufficient that we have compared all PDH copies
with the BAL descriptions and noted any variations.
Citations are to the Bibliography of American Literature (New Haven:
Yale University Press, 1969), Vol. V, pp. 468 ff., and to Luther S.
Livingston's catalogue of the Chamberlain collection of Longfellow
(HWL 346).
Pagination is given for secondary items, including books not pagi-
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nated in BAL or not in Livingston. Magazines are in original wrappers
unless otherwise noted. Manuscripts and sheet music are grouped after
books, with call numbers HWL MS and HWL MU, respectively. Sheet
music is listed alphabetically by title and, following BAL, alphabetically
by composer after the first edition. Plate numbers are given when they
are present.
We are grateful to the University of Florida for letting us examine
and describe these books and manuscripts.

DAVID L. O'NEAL
MARY T. O'NEAL


















HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW




HWL 1 Catalogue of the Library of the Peucinian Society, Bowdoin
College. Hallowell, 1823.
BAL 12035 (illustrated; Bowdoin only located). Printed self-wrapper, blue
paper shelfback. 5 Longfellow was a member of the committee to prepare and
print this catalogue for his undergraduate literary society, named for the stands
of pine (L. peuce) around Bowdoin; Hawthorne belonged to the other society,
the Athenaean. Both libraries were absorbed into the general collections when
Greek letter fraternities displaced the Latin societies. 5 Howe authors in the
library were Jeremy Belknap, Bryant, Cotton Mather (the Magnalia Christi
Americana, ENE 39), and Jedidiah Morse.

HWL 2 Catalogue of the Oficers and Students of Bowdoin College, and
the Medical School of Maine. February, 1824.
Brunswick, 1824.
Cover-title. Pp. [1]-16. Printed self-wrapper, stitched. Imprint: Brunswick,
Printed by Joseph Griffin, Main Street, 1824. JI Longfellow is listed as a
junior, p. 10. f Inscribed at top of title, "To Rev. Danl. Gould with the re-
spects of P[arker]. Cleaveland." Gould was a Bowdoin overseer; Cleaveland
was professor of medicine and mathematics at Bowdoin and a friend and teacher
of Longfellow, who published a sonnet to him in Keramos.

HW L 3 Boston Prize Poems, and Other Specimens of Dramatic Poetry.
Boston, 1824.
BAL 12036. Paper boards, uncut. I First prints Longfellow's anonymous un-
titled ode, "Ode II," and the first appearance of anything by Longfellow in a
book. The authorship of this poem was not discovered until 1939, when PDH
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ray photography which revealed the poet's pencilled words, "I sent." I The
winning ode was by Charles Sprague of Boston. 5 Pencil signature of G. S.
Coombs on free front endpaper.


HWL 4 The United States Literary Gazette. November 15, 1824.
Boston, 1824.

First prints "Thanksgiving," pp. 237-238. The collection includes two runs of
Vol. I of the Gazette, one in original wrappers, lacking the issue for December
15, and another, complete, bound without wrappers in contemporary boards
with cumulative index, April 1, 1824-March 15 [sic; see HWL 13], 1825.


HWL 5 The United States Literary Gazette. December 1, 1824.
Boston, 1824.

First prints "Autumnal Nightfall," p. 253.


HWL 6 The United States Literary Gazette. December 15, 1824.
Boston, 1824.

Old boards. First prints "Italian Scenery," p. 267.


HWL 7 The United States Literary Gazette. January 1, 1825.
Boston, 1825.

First prints "The Lunatic Girl," p. 286.


HWL 8 The United States Literary Gazette. January 15, 1825.
Boston, 1825.

First prints "The Venetian Gondolier," pp. 298-299.


HWL 9 Catalogue of the Oficers and Students of Bowdoin College, and
the Medical School of Maine, February, 1825.
Brunswick, 1825.

Cover-title. Pp. [1]-16. Printed self-wrapper, stitched. Imprint: Brunswick,
Printed by Joseph Griffin, Main Street, 1825. Longfellow and "Hathorne"










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW


are listed as seniors, p. 10, and also under "Graduates, and Seniors in College
Attending Medical Lectures," p. 9. I Inscribed at top of title, "From J. Page
to Revd. D. Gould." Dr. Jonathan Page was on the faculty of medicine.
"Woodman" [Moses E.?] in ink on title, lined through.


HWL 10 The United States Literary Gazette. February 1, 1825.
Boston, 1825.
First prints "Woods in Winter," pp. 316-317. [f Signature of "Saml. Dana"
on front wrapper.


HWL 11 The United States Literary Gazette. March 1, 1825.
Boston, 1825.
First prints the initial essay in Longfellow's series, "The Lay Monastery," pp.
347-348, continued in the issues of April 1, June 1, and October 1. [ Pencil
signature on front wrapper, "D.L. Brown."


HWL 12 The United States Literary Gazette. March 15, 1825.
Boston, 1825.
First prints "Dirge Over a Nameless Grave," p. 365. This is No. 23 of the
Gazette; the next issue, No. 24, is also dated March 15.


HWL 13 The United States Literary Gazette. March 15 [sic], 1825.
Boston, 1825.
First prints "The Song of the Savoy," p. 379, and continues "The Lay
Monastery," p. 376. f This issue, No. 24, repeats the date of the preceding
one, HWL 12, "to complete the twenty-four numbers of the first volume,
within the year," the issue of May 1 having been dated May 15 (p. 369). See
F. L. Mott, A History of American Magazines, 1741-1850, New York, 1930,
Vol. I, p. 331.


HWL 14 The United States Literary Gazette. April 1, 1825.
Boston, 1825.
Issues of April 1, 1825, through September 15, 1825, bound without wrappers
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continued on pp. 24-28. J Printed label ofS. C. Stevens, binder and bookseller
of Dover, N.H., inside front cover; ink signature, "Sam! C. Johnson," on free
front endpaper.


HWL 15 The United States Literary Gazette. April 15, 1825.
Boston, 1825.

Bound with HWL 14. f First prints "An April Day," p. 69.


HWL 16 The United States Literary Gazette. May 15, 1825.
Boston, 1825.

Bound with HWL 14. S First prints "The Indian Hunter," pp. 143-144, and
Longfellow's review of T. C. Grattan's "Highways and Byways," pp. 121-
135.


HWL 17 The United States Literary Gazette. June 1, 1825.
Boston, 1825.

Bound with HWL 14. f "The Lay Monastery" continued, pp. 182-186;
"Hymn of the Moravian Nuns," pp. 186-187.


HWL 18 The United States Literary Gazette. July 1, 1825.
Boston, 1825.

Bound with HWL 14. f First prints "Sunrise on the Hills," pp. 262-263.


HWL 19 The United States Literary Gazette. August 1, 1825.
Boston, 1825.

Bound with HWL 14. f First prints "Jeckoyva," p. 348.


HWL 20 The United States Literary Gazette. August 15, 1825.
Boston, 1825.

Bound with HWL 14. [ First prints "The Sea Diver," pp. 390-391.









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HWL 21 The United States Literary Gazette. September 15, 1825.
Boston, 1825.
Bound with HWL 14. J First prints Longfellow's review of Improvisatrice,
by Letitia Elizabeth Landon, pp. 465-466.


H WL 22 Miscellaneous Poems Selectedfrom the United States Literary
Gazette. Boston, 1826.
BAL 12037. Livingston, p. 3. Blue boards, red leather shelfback. S First
printing in book form of fourteen poems, being most but not all of Longfellow's
contributions to the Gazette, and consequently his first collected publications in
book form. Also contains many poems by Bryant and is a "pioneer volume of
the rising of the New England School." 5I With pencil signature, "Thomas
Bull, 1828," and stamp, "Thomas Bull. No. 55," on three endpapers.


HWL 23 Catalogue of the Honorary and Immediate Members of the
Peucinian Society, of Bowdoin College. Exeter, 1826.
Pp. 1]-16. Printed self-wrapper, stitched. Imprint: Exeter: Printed by Charles
Norris, Sept. 1826. fS Longfellow is listed as an honorary member, p. 14.


HWL 24 Henry D. Gilpin, ed. The Atlantic Souvenir; A Christmas
and New Tear's Offering. 1827. Philadelphia [1826]
BAL 12038. Livingston, p. 4. Green glazed printed boards, printed board slip-
case. 5I First prints "Burial of the Minnisink" and "The Song of the Birds."
T Two copies. One inscribed in the presentation plate, "Henrietta Goddard,
Presented by her friend, Hannah P. Morris, of Philadelphia"; the other in-
scribed, "Miss Nancy Bradstreet Nov. 10 1826 H L W."


HWL 25 Henry D. Gilpin, ed. The Atlantic Souvenir; A Christmas
and .7New Tear's Offering. 1828. Philadelphia [1827]
BAL 12039. Livingston, p. 5. Green glazed boards, printed board slipcase. SI
Prints "The Spirit of Poetry," pp. 38-39. S Inscribed on the presentation
plate, "Miss Eliza B. Hovey from her friend & br. J. Livermore."










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HWL 26 F.W.P. Greenwood, ed. The Classical Reader; A Selection of
Lessons in Prose and Verse. Boston, 1828.
BAL 5: 591. Pp. [1]-408. Calf, morocco label. Co-editor: G. B. Emerson. SI
Reprints "An April Day," pp. 52-53, and "Woods in Winter," pp. 53-54. IJ
Pencil signature, "Miss Adeline B. Loud, Portland, Me," on free front end-
paper; pencil signature, "S. M. Watson," on title page; on verso, "Gift of
Miss Mary Watson 14 Feb., 1935."



HWL 27 Manuel de Proverbes Dramatiques. Portland, 1830.
B AL 12041. Purple cloth, paper label, uncut. First published edition. 5 Collec-
tion of short French comedies, edited by Longfellow. The first of several ro-
mance language school books and grammars Longfellow prepared for his own
and other teachers' use. I Signature on free front endpaper, "B. Bradbury."



HWL 28 Elements of French Grammar; by M. Lhomond .. Trans-
lated from the French, with JNotes, and Such Illustrations As
Were Thought Necessary for the American Pupil ... By an Instructer.
Portland, 1830.
BAL 12042. Signature mark 1* present; the five errata slips without page
numbers. Purple muslin, paper label, uncut. Signature of "John Pike" in
five places; perhaps the Rev. John Pike of Rowley, Mass.



HWL 29 French Exercises: Selected Chiefly from Wanostrocht and
Adapted to the Elements of French Grammar, by M. Lho-
mond. .. by an Instructer. Portland, 1830.
BAL 12043. Purple muslin, rebacked, new paper label.



HWL 30 Novelas Espanolas. El Serrano de las Alpujarras;y el Cuadro
Misterioso. Portland, 1830.
BAL 12044, first issue. Marbled boards, cloth shelfback.










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 15

HWL 31 George B. Cheever, ed. The American Common-Place Book
of Poetry. Boston, 1831.
BAL 1330 (Brainard), state 1, and 5: 591. Pp. [1]-405. Rebound in three-
quarter morocco, marble boards. f Reprints seven poems. The editor's note
on p. 332 is early criticism of HWL: "Mr. Longfellow's poetry .. displays a
very refined taste, and a very pure vein of poetical feeling there is much
sweetness in his imagery and language; and sometimes he is hardly excelled by
any one for the quiet accuracy exhibited in his pictures of natural objects."


HWL 32 The VNorth American Review. April, 1831. Boston, 1831.
First prints the essay, and translations of poems, "Origin and Progress of the
French Language," pp. [277]-316.


HWL 33 The JNew England Magazine. July, 1831. Boston, 1831.
July to December in half boards with general title and cumulative index. f
Prints the first of six anonymous essays entitled "The Schoolmaster," pp. 27-
30, rewritten as part of Outre-Mer (HWL 55) and first prints a poem "From
the Spanish of Luis de Gongora," p. 59. f The issues for July and October,
1832, containing the fourth and fifth "Schoolmaster" essays, were presented
by the Howe Society after preparation of this copy. If Ink signature, "Jos. S.
Adlington, Woburn. Mass. Feb. 27th 1877."


HWL 34 The New England Magazine. August, 1831.
Boston, 1831.
Bound with HWL 33. If First prints "To a Mountain Brook," p. 164. For a
manuscript of this poem see HWL MS 2, and Plate II.


HWL 35 Elements of French Grammar ... Second Edition.
Boston, 1831.
BAL 12045, 12273. Livingston, p. 11. Boards, cloth shelfback, paper label.
Bound, as usual, with the second edition of French Exercises (HWL 36). f
First prints Longfellow's note to this edition, and first book with Longfellow's
name on a title-page. I Ink inscription on free front endpaper, "Laura E.
Little from her aff. Brother." Pencil signature, "Henri W. Petit," at head of










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"Prospectus." S The Howe Society has added a fine copy of the third, re-
vised, edition, Boston, 1834, BAL 12057, pencil signature, "Rodney Hyde,
Bath, Me."


HWL 36 French Exercises ... by an Instructer. Second Edition.
Boston, 1831.
BAL 12045, 12273. Livingston, p. 11. Boards, cloth shelfback, paper label.
Bound with HWL 35.


HWL 37 The New England Magazine. September, 1831.
Boston, 1831.
Bound with HWL 33. [ First prints the second part of "The Schoolmaster,"
pp. 185-189.


HWL 38 The JNew England Magazine. November, 1831.
Boston, 1831.
Bound with HWL 33. i First prints "The Disembodied Spirit" (from the
Spanish of Hernando de Herrera), p. 431.


HWL 39 The JNew England Magazine. December, 1831.
Boston, 1831.
Bound with HWL 33. f First prints "Ideal Beauty," p. 486, and "The
Lover's Complaint," p. 496. Both sonnets are translations from Herrera.


HWL 40 Oliver Goldsmith. Le Ministre de Wakefield. Traduction
JVouvelle .. .par M. Hennequin. Boston, 1831.
BAL 12046. Livingston, pp. 9-10. Boards, cloth shelfback, paper label. Edited
by Longfellow. JI Ink signature on title, "G. C. Johnston."


H WL 41 S. G. Goodrich, ed. The Token; a Christmas and New rear's
Present. Boston, 1832
BAL 12047 and 3256 (CAW only). Livingston, p. 31. Black stamped leather.
First prints "La Doncella" ("From the Spanish") and the prose sketch









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 17

"Indian Summer." f Ink signatures, on free front endpaper, "F. L. Higgin-
son," and on the presentation plate, "Jackson."



HWL 42 The .New England Magazine. January, 1832.
Boston, 1832.
January to June in half boards with general title and cumulative index. f First
and only printing of "The Progress of Ridicule," pp. 54-55. f Ink signature
on front flyleaf, "Jos. S. Adlington. Woburn, Mass. Feb 27th 1877."



HWL 43 The North American Review. January, 1832.
Boston, 1832.
First prints "A Defense of Poetry" (prose), pp. 56-78.



HWL 44 Syllabus de la Grammaire Italienne. Boston, 1832.
BAL 12048, form E, but brown cloth. I Inscription on free front endpaper,
"E. G. and G. C. Page, Freehold, Feb. 3, 1851."



HW L 45 Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Bowdoin College and
the Medical School of Maine. April 1832.
Brunswick, 1832.
Pp. [1]-24. Printed blue-gray wrapper. Imprint: Brunswick. Press of Joseph
Griffin. 1832. f Lists Longfellow as Professor of Modern Languages and as
Librarian, p. [6]. If Ink signature at top of front wrapper, "Jos W Ingra-
ham."


HWL 46 Saggide'.Jovellieri Italiani d'OgniSecolo. Boston, 1832.
BAL 12049, mixed states. Muslin, paper label. If Signed on free front end-
paper, "Emma H. Short," and on front flyleaf, "Mary Mansfield." Another
copy with pencil signature, "Savage," on free front endpaper.










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HWL 47 Manuel de Proverbes Dramatiques Second 1Edition.
Boston, 1832.
BAL 12050. Livingston, pp. 14-15. Boards, cloth shelfback, paper label. 1
Drops two pieces from the first edition and adds eight new ones. First prints
Longfellow's "Advertisement," p. [5]. Signature on free front endpaper
and general title, "E.M. Clark."


HWL 48 The JNew England Magazine. April, 1832. Boston, 1832.
Bound with HWL 42. f First prints "The Death of Agrican the Moor," p.
332, and "The Village of Auteuil" ("The Schoolmaster," Chapter III), pp.
283-287.


HWL 49 The North American Review. April, 1832. Boston, 1832.
First prints "Spanish Devotional and Moral Poetry," pp. [277]-315.


HWL 50 The North American Review. October, 1832.
Boston, 1832.
First prints "History of the Italian Language and Dialects," pp. 283-342.
I Ink inscription on free front endpaper, "Social Library, Framingham."


HWL 51 S. G. Goodrich, ed. The Token and Atlantic Souvenir. A
Christmas and New Year's Present. Boston, 1833.
BAL 12051. Livingston, p. 15. Maroon stamped morocco. f First prints a
short story, "The Bald Eagle," pp. [74]-89, and "An Evening in Autumn,"
pp. [150]-152. f Signed on caption leaf by Rebecca D. Manning, Salem,
Nathaniel Hawthorne's aunt. Another copy is inscribed on front pastedown,
"Hillsburgh."


HWL 52 The New England Magazine. February, 1833.
Boston, 1833.
January to July in half boards with general title and cumulative index. f First
prints "The Walk Continued" ("The Schoolmaster," Chapter VI), pp. 131-
133. f Stamp of the Portsmouth Public Library, "Gift of Jos. B. Upham."










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HWL 53 The North American Review. April, 1833. Boston, 1833.
First prints "Spanish Language and Literature," pp. 316-344.



HWL 54 The JVew England Magazine. June, 1833. Boston, 1833.
Bound with HWL 52. 1I First prints "The Wanderer" (from the German of
Goethe) pp. 469-471.



HWL 55 Outre-Mer; a Pilgrimage Beyond the Sea. No. 1.
Boston, 1833.
B AL 12053. Preliminary printing, wrapper A, uncut. The only known copy of
this preliminary printing without a publisher. See p. 32 of the Parkman Dexter
Howe Library. Part I for PDH's comments. On the basis of this copy, PDH
described the sequence of the variants of Outre-Mer (Papers of the Biblio-
graphical Society of America, Vol. 41, 4th Quarter, 1947). f Signature at top
of title, "Caroline Weld."



HWL 56 Outre-Mer; a Pilgrimage Beyond the Sea. NVo. 1.
Boston, 1833.
B AL 12053. Wrapper C, uncut. f[ Inscribed by Longfellow on the front wrap-
per, "Charles Folsom Esq. with the best regards of his friend the Author."
Folsom was in charge of the University Press in Cambridge and read proof for
Longfellow's later books. Book label of Frank J. Hogan.



HWL 57 Outre-Mer; a Pilgrimage Beyond the Sea. JNo. I [I1].
2 vols. in 1 Boston, 1833-34.
BAL 12053, 12056. Bound together in nineteenth century three-quarter calf
and marbled boards. f Inscribed by Longfellow on the front flyleaf, "George
W. Greene with the Author's best regards. Brunswick. May 31. 1834."
George Washington Greene was Longfellow's lifelong friend. Bookplate of
Jacob Chester Chamberlain, the earliest important collector of nineteenth
century New England authors.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 73



MANUSCRIPTS

HWL MS 1 Autograph poem: "I Knew by the boots that so shockingly
creak'd." Boston, 1831.
On a calling card, 4.5 x 7.5 cm., a four-line poem in ink in Longfellow's hand.
Dated o0 May 1831 on the verso, and, in pencil in another hand, "written by
H. W. Longfellow for Miss Harriet Sumner afterwards Mrs. Nathan Apple-
ton on paying her a visit in Chestnut St. Boston." Inserted in PDH's copy of
Thompson's roung Longfellow (HWL 352).



HWL MS 2 Autograph poem: "To a Mountain Brook," in autograph
letter to Messrs. J. T. & E. Buckingham,from Bowdoin
College, July 18, 1831. Brunswick, 1831.
Pp. 4: p. 1 the letter; pp. 2-4 the poem, address, and postmark. Writing to
the editors of the JNew England Magazine, Longfellow asks that his poem
appear in the next number, and it duly appeared in the August 1831 issue
(HWL 34). This letter proves the authorship hypothesized by Thompson in
Toung Longfellow. See Plate II.


HWL MS 3 Autograph letter to Messrs. Allen & Ticknor,from Port-
land. May 25, 1833. Portland, 1833.
Pp. 4: p. 3 blank, p. 4 address and postmark. Longfellow sends "in today's
mail" his introductory essay for Coplas de Don Jorge Manrique (HWL 58),
requests proof sheets, desires it be printed by the University Press [it was
not], asks for eight or ten author's copies "for distribution among my
friends."


HWL MS 4 Autograph poem: "The Occultation of Orion."
[Cambridge, 1845]
Pp. 4. The first book appearance was in Poems, 1845 (HWL 101); this is the
manuscript sent to the printer: written across the top of p. 1, in Longfellow's
hand, "Send proof to Mr. Longfellow."









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HWL MS 5 Autograph letter to Messrs. C. S. Francis & Co., from
Cambridge, Dec. 12, 1854. Cambridge, 1854.
Pp. 3. Acknowledges receipt of The Poets and Poetry of Europe, 1855; tipped
into A. P. Francis's copy of the book (HWL 150, q.v.).


HWL MS 6 Autograph letter to George W. Curtis,from Cambridge,
.Nov. 7, 1855. Cambridge, 1855.
Pp. 4. Congratulates Curtis on his engagement, adding, "I have requested
Fields to send you an early copy of 'Hiawatha.'" The copy sent is HWL 148.


HWL MS 7 Manuscript document dated 22 April 1856.
Philadelphia, 1856.
One page. Entitled "Transfer of 'The Poets and Poetry of Europe,'" this is a
true copy, signed on the date of record, April 22, 1856, by the clerk of the
district court, of the document transferring the copyright of this book from
Carey & Hart to C. S. Francis & Co. on 16 April 1856. See HWL 100, 150.


HWL MS 8 Pencil landscape with figure, dated Feb. 14, 1859.
[N.p.] 1859.
One page. 17.5 x 16.5 cm. Seated hiker with dog in mountain scene. The
date-Valentine's Day-in Longfellow's hand; "Drawn by H.W.L." in an-
other hand.


HWL MS 9 Autograph letter to Thomas Gold Appleton, from Cam-
bridge, Jan. 12, 1861. Cambridge, 1861.
Pp. 4. Addressed to "Tom," Longfellow's brother-in-law, and signed
"H.W.L." Family news and purchase of the Nahant cottage.


HWL MS 10 Letterhead with autograph initials, 1863.
Washington, 1863.
Address of the Sanitary Commission, Central Office, 244 F Street, Washing-






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HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 75

ton, 1863. Inscribed by Longfellow, "H.W.L. Care of Mr. James Richard-
son." A note in the hand of Thomas G. Appleton states that Longfellow was
in Washington to find his son, who had been wounded in the War Between
the States.


HWL MS 11 Autograph letter to Routledge, Warne, and Routledge,
from Cambridge, Oct. 21, 1863. Cambridge, 1863.
Pp. 4. To the English publisher of Tales of a Wayside Inn (HWL 181), listing
seven people for complimentary copies, and asking, "if not too late," for four
revisions to the text. This letter was apparently received during printing,
since copies exist with and without the revisions. Complimentary copies were
to be sent to "Mrs. R. J. Mackintosh," "Hon. Mrs. [Caroline] Norton,"
"Mrs. S. C. Hall," "Miss Fanny Farrer," "Miss Bessie Raynes Parkes,"
"Mrs. Emma Marshall"-all English-and "Ferd. Freiligrath, Esq."



HWL MS 12 Autograph poem: ""The Wind over the Chimney."
[Cambridge] 1864.
Pp. 5. Autograph manuscript, dated 12 April 1864, with corrections to the
poem as first printed in the Atlantic Monthly, January, 1865 (HWL 194).
Bound with manuscripts of other PDH authors.



HWL MS 13 Autograph letter to Mrs. Auguste Laugel,from Cam-
bridge, Feb. 16, 1865. Cambridge, 1865.
Pp. 4. Thanks Mrs. Laugel and her husband for some books and sends a copy
of Tales of a Wayside Inn (HWL 185) and .NJol (HWL 193).



HWL MS 14 Autograph letter to George W. Greene,from Camb. Feb.
7, 1868. Cambridge, 1868.
Pp. 4. Advises Greene to forego vengeance for a slight, inquires about the
cost of reproducing photographs in a book, and says, "I have almost
rewritten the 'New England Tragedy' in verse." See HWL 166, 217, and
HWL MS 15.









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HWL MS 15 Autograph letter to George W. Greene, from Camb.
April 5, 1868. Cambridge, 1868.
Pp. 4. The privately printed edition of The .New England Tragedies, 1868, is
"nearly printed." Greene's copy of this book is HWL 166.


HWL MS 16 Autograph letter to James R. Osgood, from Camb.
March 21, 1874. Cambridge, 1874.
Pp. 2. About Osgood's desire to buy The Poets and Poetry of Europe (HWL
100), but declining to "take any part in the purchase. I wish to keep as clear as
possible from all kinds of business entanglements and uncertainties."


HWL MS 17 Autograph poem: "The Old Bridge at Florence."
[Cambridge? 1874]
One page. Manuscript sent by Longfellow to the Atlantic Monthly and first
printed there in January 1875 (HWL 251). In the upper left corner is written
in pencil, "Read to L.G.M. and W.D.H. Nov. 10, 1874"; and on the back,
"To go into the January number." Howells was editor-in-chief, 1871-1881.


HWL MS 18 Autograph letter to JNathan Appleton, from Camb.
March 8, 1878. Cambridge, 1878.
Pp. 2. About the place and time of a reception to Mme. Modjeska.


HWL MS 19 Dictated note to Mr. Woollett, Mar. 16th 1882.
Cambridge, 1882.
Pp. 2. Acknowledges receipt of Woollett's letter and apologizes for not being
able to answer it in his own hand, but signed by Longfellow. The note occupies
blank pp. 2 and 3 of the "Illness Leaflet" (HWL 303). It was written eight
days before Longfellow's death.










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HWL 58 Coplas de Don Jorge Manrique, Translatedfrom the Spanish;
with an Introductory Essay on the Moral and Devotional
Poetry of Spain. Boston, 1833.
B AL 12054. Blue C cloth, paper label, binding variant A. Inscribed by Long-
fellow on the front pastedown, "I. McLellan Jr with the best regards of
H.W.L." Bookplate of Howard Pyle and book label of John Stuart Groves.
McLellan, a Boston poet, was a class behind Longfellow at Bowdoin; many of
his poems appeared in The Bowdoin Poets, 1840 (HWL 77). In pencil on free
front endpaper, "I. McLellan jr. to Thos. P. Child." For an autograph letter
relating to Coplas, see HWL MS 3. 5 Another copy in blue AA cloth, paper
label, binding variant C, and with bookplate of Edward Hale Bierstadt.


HWL 59 The North American Review. October, 1833.
Boston, 1833.
First prints "Old English Romances" (prose), pp. 374-419.


HWL 60 S. G. Goodrich, ed. The Token and Atlantic Souvenir. A
Christmas and New Tear's Present. Boston, 1834.
BAL 12055. Pp. [i]-viii, [9]-352. Black stamped morocco. 91 A prose tale and
two poems, signed L, sometimes attributed to Longfellow, but BAL finds no
support for his authorship. [ Inscribed on front flyleaf "S.B."


HWL 61 Outre-Mer; A Pilgrimage Beyond the Sea. No II.
Boston, 1834.
B AL 12056. Unrecorded binding of brown boards, patterned green cloth shelf-
back (variant A with different cloth). f Book label of John Stuart Groves.
Another copy has ink signature, "Sewall Smith," inside back cover.


HWL 62 S. G. Goodrich, ed. The Token and Atlantic Souvenir. A
Christmas and New Tear's Present. Boston, 1835.
BAL 12058. Pp. [1]-[376]. Green stamped morocco. [ First prints "Good
Night," p. [64], and a prose article, with two poems, "The Youth of Mary
Stuart," pp. [651-75.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 77


SHEET MUSIC

HWL MU 1 Allah... Musicby G. W. Chadwick. Boston, 1887.
BAL 5:618. Pp. 4. Plate 1553.


HWL MU 2 The Arrow and the Song ... Music by M. W. Balfe.
Boston [1858-1876]
BAL 5:618. Pp. 8. Plate 22578.


HWL MU 3 The Bells ... Music by J. L. Hatton. London [n.d.]
See BAL 5:618. Pp. 8. Published by Boosey & Co., 28 Holles St.


HWL MU 4 The Bridge ... Music by Lady Carew.
London [n.d.]
See BAL 5:619. Pp. 8. Published by R. Mills, 140 New Bond Street.


HWL MU 5 The Bridge ... Music ... by Miss M. Lindsay.
Boston [after 1867]
BAL 5:619. Pp. 6 I Two copies, one with signature, "F.O. Locke," on
front wrapper.


HWL MU 6 The Challenge of Thor .. Music by Alfred H. West.
London, 1891.
BAL 5:620. Pp. 10. Plate P. & H. 368.


HWL MU 7 [Curfew Bell] ... Music by John L. Hatton.
Boston, 1869.
BAL 5:620. Pp. 5. Plate 62. Under title, "Curfew."









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HWL MU 8 The Day Is Done ... Music ... by M. W. Balfe.
Philadelphia [not before 1856]
BAL 5:620, but with publisher's address as 922 Chestnut St. Pp. 9. Plate
8158.9.

HWL MU 9 The Day Is Done ... Music by Balfe.
Boston [not before 1858]
BAL 5:620. Pp. 9. Plate 22292.


HWL MU 10 The Day Is Done ... Music by M. W. Balfe.
New York [not before 1863]
BAL 5:620. Pp. 9. Plate 8089. Stamp on wrapper, White, Smith & Perry,
Boston, 298 & 300 Washington St.


HWL MU 11 Daybreak ... Music by M. W. Balfe.
Boston [1858-1876]
BAL 5:621, but plate numbered 26035. Pp. 6.


HWL MU 12 The Death of Minnehaba ... Music by Ch. C. Converse.
Boston [not before 1855]
BAL 5:621, but publisher's address 277 Washington St. Pp. 6. Plate 8422.


HWL MU 13 Evangeline, Written[i.e.,adapted]by Charlotte roung.
Composed by John Blockley. Boston [after 1854]
BAL 5: 621. Pp. 5. Plate 8240.


HWL MU 14 Excelsior ... Music ... by the Hutchinson Family.
New York [after 1843]
BAL 5-621, Firth, Hall & Pond, 239 Broadway, added to imprint; plate
numbered 349. Pp. 7. Caption title transcribed; cover-title: Songs of the
Hutchinson Family. f At top of wrapper, "Presented to S.B. Maybry By A
Friend."









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW


HWL MU 15 "Excelsior" Music by M. W. Balfe.
Boston [after 1858]
BAL 5:622, Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Pp. 14. Plate 23252.
Caption title transcribed; cover-title: The Dulciana. A Collection of Favorite
Duetts.


HWL MU 16 "Excelsior"... Music by M. W. Balfe.
Boston [after 1858]
BAL 5:622, Oliver Ditson & Co., 451 Washington St. Pp. 18. Plate 23252.
5 At top of front wrapper is stamped, "Geo. F. Kenney."


HWL MU 17 Excelsior ... Music by Miss Lindsay [and] S. Glover.
BAL 5:622. Pp. 7. Plate 7449.


HWL MU 18 Footsteps ofAngels... Music... by William R. Demp-
ster. Boston, 1848.
BAL 5:622. Pp. 7. Plate 1542.


HWL MU 19 Good .Night, Beloved ... Composed by Dolores.
New York [not before 1848]
BAL 5:622. Pp. 5. Plate 3014.


HWL MU 20 Goodnight! Beloved ... Composed by M. W. Balfe.
New York [not before 1859]
BAL 5:623, William Hall & Son. Pp. 9. Plate 3301.


HWL MU 21 Goodnight Goodnight Beloved... Music by W. H. J.
Graham. New York, 1864.
BAL 5:623. Pp. 7. Plate 5871. f Signature at top of wrapper, "Mary Wood-
ruff Babcock."









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HWL MU 22 The Green Trees Whispered Low & Mild.. Composed
by J. Blockley [and] M. W. Balfe.
Boston [not before 1858]
BAL 5:623. Pp. 7. Plate 19401.


HWL MU 23


The Holy Dead ... Words Translated From Klopstock
... Music by Faustina Hasse Hodges.
New York [1848-1853]


BAL 5:623. Pp. 5. Plate 1612. 5I Stamp at bottom of wrapper, "C. Breusing,
New York, Importer of Music."


HWL MU 24 Hymn of the Moravian Juns Music by Miss M.
Lindsay. New York [1863-1877]
BAL 5:624. Pp. 9. Plate 8450.

HWL MU 25 Hymn of the Moravian Nuns ... Music by Miss M.
Lindsay. London [before 1874]
See BAL 5:624. Pp. 10. Plate 11,298. Published by Robert Cocks & Co.
Blindstamp on front cover, "Cocks & Co., 15, 9, 71 Burlington."


HWL MU 26


[I Knew a Maiden Fair] ... Music by M. W. Balfe.
Boston [not before 1864]


BAL 5:624. Pp. 9. Plate 22174. Under title, "Trust Her Not."


HWL MU 27


[I Knew a Maiden Fair] ... Composed by John Block-
ley. London [n.d.]


See BAL 5:624. Pp. 5. Published by John Blockley. Under title, "Beware."


HWL MU 28 [I Knew a Maiden Fair] ... Music by Caroline Adel-
aide Dance. London [n.d.]
See BAL 5:624. Pp. 5. Plate R.W.O. 779. Published by Robert W. Ollivier.
Under title, "Beware." I Signature of the composer on front wrapper.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 81


HWL MU 29


[I Knew a Maiden Fair]... Music by Charles AMoulton.
New York [after 1865]


BAL 5:624, but publisher as G. Schirmer. Pp. 6. Plate 487. Under title,
"Beware."


HWL MU 30


[IKnew a Maiden Fair] ... Music] by James Ernest
Perring. New York Cafter 1864]


BAL 5:624. Pp. 7. Plate 5878. Under title, "Beware." f Two copies, one
with blindstamp, "Hartford Music Store John Farris."



HWL MU 31 [I Knew a Maiden Fair] Music ... by Orramel
Whittlesey. New York [after 1870]
BAL 5:624, the Gordon reprint. Pp. 6. Under title, "Take Care." I Stamp
at bottom of front wrapper, "Frederick Blume 27 Union Sq., Brooklyn, New
York"; calligraphic signature, "0. Whittlesey."



HWL MU 32 I Would Tell Her I Love Her... Music by S. Schles-
inger. Memphis [1864]
BAL 5:635 ("Almost surely not by Longfellow"). Pp. 5. Plate 5845.


HWL MU 33


Into the Silent Land .. .from the German of Salis .. .
[Music by] Arthur Foote. Boston, 1889.


See BAL 5:626 ("Music Sung by the Alumni"). Pp. 4. Plate APS & Co.
1985-2. Published by Arthur P. Schmidt & Co.



HWL MU 34 Minnebaha. Or, Laughing-Water Polka... Composed
by Francis H. Brown. New York [after 1856]
Not in BAL. Pp. 7. Plate 3577. Music only.









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HWL MU 35 The JVun ofJVidaros.. .from... "Saga of King Olaf"
... [Music] by Dudley Buck. New York [1879]
BAL 5:626. Pp. 18. Plate 2251. f Stamp at top of wrapper and title, "N. N.
Gurney, Brockton, Mass."; stamp at bottom of title, "Geo. D. Russell,
Boston, 125 Tremont St."


HW L MU 36 The Old Clock on the Stairs... Music... by T. Bricher.
Boston [1846]
BAL 5:626. Pp. 5.

HWL MU 37 Onaway, Awake, Beloved ... Music... by S. Cole-
ridge-Taylor. [London, n.d.]
See BAL 5:626. Pp. 9. Plate 10723. Published by Novello & Co., Ltd.


HWL MU 38 [The Open Window] ... [Music] by John Blockley.
Boston [n.d.]
Not in BAL. Pp. 5. Plate C.W.A.T. 340-5. Published by Oliver Ditson & Co.
Under title, "The Old House by the Lindens."


HWL MU 39 The Open Window ... Music by Alfred Scott Gatty.
Boston [n.d.]
Not in BAL. Pp. 5. Published by Arthur P. Schmitt. J At top of wrapper,
"Lucy A. Harlow."


HWL MU 40 The Rainy Day ... Music by William R. Dempster.
Boston, 1847.
BAL 5:627. Pp. 7. Plate 1398. The first Ditson edition.


HWL MU 41 The Rainy Day ... Music by Joseph Barnby.
Boston [n.d.]
See BAL 5:627. Pp. 5. Plate 46115. Published by Oliver Ditson & Co., 451
Washington St. I Signature at top of wrapper, "Miss May Hauk."









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HWL MU 42 The Rainy Day ... Music by William R. Dempster.
Boston, 1847 [but not before 1858]
BAL 5:627, with the publisher's later imprint. Pp. 8. Plate numbered 1398,
but not related to HWL MU 40. Published by O. Ditson & Co. at 277
Washington St. Three copies, one with stamp at top of cover, "William
G. Miller, Baltimore, 10 N. Charles St."


HWL MU 43 [The Rainy Day] ... Music ... by Faustina Hasse
Hodges. New York, 1860 [but not before 1861]
BAL 5:627, the Beer & Schirmer imprint. Pp. 5. Plate 271. Under title, "The
Dreary Day."

HWL MU 44 Resignation ... Music ... by ... J. Edgar Gould.
Boston, 1850.
BAL 5:627. Pp. 5. Plate 1914.


HWL MU 45 The Sea Hath Its Pearls ... Music by C. Pinsuti.
Boston [n.d.]
BAL 5:628. Pp. 9. Plate 26822.


HWL MU 46 Stars of the Summer NJight ... Music ... by B. F.
Baker. Boston, 1844.
BAL 5:629. Pp. 3. 5 Signature at top of title, "D. White Jr."


HWL MU 47 Stay at Home ... Music by John Barnett.
Boston [ca. 1878]
BAL 5:630. Pp. 7. Plate C.P. 358.


HWL MU 48 [Stay at Home] ... Music by V. Cirillo.
Boston, 1880.
See BAL 5:630. Pp. 5. Published by J. M. Russell, 59 Bromfield St. Under
title, "To Stay at Home Is Best."









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HWL MU 49 ["Tell Me Not in Mournful Numbers"] ... Music by
John Blockley. Boston [not before 1858]
BAL 5:630, but imprint reads, "Oliver Ditson Company." Pp. 6. Plate 19756.
Under title, "A Psalm of Life." Stamp on wrapper, "Obera Will Moran
Piano Tuner 16 Gray Street Boston, Mass."


HWL MU 50


[Rose Terry Cooke] The Two Villages.. Music by
U. C. Burnap. Cleveland, 1874.


See BAL 3808. Pp. 10. Plate 14131-7. Published by S. Brainard's Sons.
"Words by H. W. Longfellow," but they are reprinted from R. T. Cooke's
Poems, 1861. Begins: "Over the river on the hill, /Lieth a village white and
still."


HWL MU 51 "The Village Blacksmith" ... Music ... by Charles F.
Heuberer. Boston, 1848.
BAL 5-631. Pp. 11. Plate 30-10.


HWL MU 52 The Village Blacksmith ... Music ... by Carl Rein-
hardt. London [n.d.]
Not in BAL. Pp. 6. Nos. 948 and 949 of the Musical Bouquet series. f Sig-
nature of Elizabeth L. Dunlop, Chatham, on cover title.


HWL MU 53

BAL 5:631. Pp. 7.


HWL MU 54


The Village Blacksmith Music by W. H. Weiss.
Boston [after 1857]



The Village Blacksmith ... Music by W. H. Weiss.
Boston [n.d.]


See BAL 5:631. Pp. 7. Published by Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston; C. H.
Ditson & Co., New York, and others.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 85

HWL MU 55 Wreck of the Hesperus... Music by ... Hatton.
Boston [after 1867]
BAL 5:631. Pp. 11. Plate 46164. Signature at top of cover title, "Miss Myra
Vandiver."


HWL MU 56 Wreck of the Hesperus ... Music by John Blockley.
Boston [not after 1878]
See BAL 5:632. Pp. 11. Plate 3108. Published by Oliver Ditson & Co., 277
Washington St. 5 Two copies, one with manuscript date at top of wrapper,
"Jan 15 1878."


HWL MU 57 The Wreck of the Hesperus... Composed by John Block-
ley, Jr. London [n.d.]
See BAL 5:632. Pp. 10. Published by John Blockley, 3, Argyll St.


HWL MU 58 The Wreck of the Hesperus Music by W. H.
Weiss. London [not after 1877]
See BAL 5:631. Pp. 10. Published by Weekes & Co., 16, Hanover Street. If
Stamp at bottom of wrapper, "William Czerny, 17 Dec 77, 349, Oxford
Street W."









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 21

HWL 63 Outre-Mer; A Pilgrimage Beyond the Sea.
2 vols. New York, 1835.
BAL 12059, state 1 of Vol. II; catalog, state A. Unrecorded binding of blue dia-
mond-diapered cloth. f Vol. I first prints "Spain" and "A Taylor's Drawer";
Vol. II is new except for "Coplas de Don Jorge Manrique." f Bookplate of
Philip Greely Brown with seal of the city of Portland.


HWL 64 Outre-Mer: or, A Pilgrimage to the Old World.
2 vols. London, 1835.
BAL 12060. Pp. Vol. I, [i-iv], [1]-293; Vol. II, [i-iv], [1]-332.Three-quarter
black morocco, marbled boards. First English edition. If First book printing
of "Old English Prose Romances," not in the American edition. The first
authorized Longfellow publication outside America. f Inscribed by Long-
fellow on a flyleaf of Vol. I, "Henry R. Cleveland from his friend the Author.
Cambridge June 25 1840." Cleveland's card in Vol. II. Cleveland, a Harvard
instructor who died in 1843, was one of the five-with Longfellow, Felton,
Sumner, and Hillard-in the "Five of Clubs" whist society.


HWL 65 Henry T. Tuckerman, ed. The Boston Book. Being Specimens
of Metropolitan Literature, Occasional and Periodical.
Boston, 1836.
BAL 12061. Livingston, p. 22. Brown cloth. f First prints "Truth" and re-
prints "The Notary," pp. [76]-83.


HWL 66 The Laurel: A Gift for All Seasons. Being a Collection of
Poems. By American Authors. Boston, 1836.
BAL 5: 592. Pp. [1]-252. Brown cloth by "B. Bradley." f Reprints "Hymn
of the Moravian Nuns," pp. 25-26, "The Sea Diver," pp. 120-121, "Autumnal
Nightfall," pp. 127-129, and "Sunrise on the Hills," pp. 134-135.


HWL 67 Harvard University. Lectures for 1837-38.
[Cambridge, 1837]
Pp. 1-12. Printed self-wrapper, caption-title. f Lists lectures by Longfellow










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on Goethe, Dante, Spanish drama, and Northern European literature. I Sig-
nature at top of title, "S. Judd Jr."


HWL 68 Harvardiana. March, 1837. Cambridge, 1837.
Pp. [205]-244. Vol. III, No. VI, wanting wrappers. f Contains an extract
from the verse drama "Saul" of Alfieri, pp. 220-225. This translation is attri-
buted to Longfellow in a contemporary note on p. 225: "Prof. H. W. Long-
fellow," although the later printed index gives it to William A. Davis. Never
collected as Longfellow's. f A complete run, Vols. I-III, in boards, given by
the Howe Society.


HWL 69 The JNortb American Review. April, 1837. Boston, 1837.
First prints "The Great Metropolis," prose review, pp. 461-484.


HWL 70 The N'orth American Review. July, 1837. Boston, 1837.
First prints two prose reviews, "Tegner's Frithiof's Saga," pp. 149-185, and
"Hawthorne's Twice-Told Tales," pp. 59-73. f Longfellow reviewed Haw-
thorne's book with enthusiasm, and a lasting friendship between the two
authors was begun.


HWL 71 The JNorth American Review. July 1838. Boston, 1838.
See BAL 12063. T First prints the essay, "Anglo-Saxon Literature," pp. 90-
134.


HWL 72 Hyperion, a Romance. By the Author of"Outre-Mer."
2 vols. New York, 1839.

BAL 12064, title-page Vol. I is setting B; title-page Vol. II is setting A. White
endpapers. Tan boards, paper labels (label wanting, Vol. II). f This roman
i clef describing Longfellow's difficult courtship of Fanny Appleton was an
instant succes de scandal and further antagonized Fanny. f Inscribed by Long-
fellow on the free front endpaper, Vol. I, "Mrs. J. C. Howard with the Kindest
regards of the Author." Dr. Howard was Longfellow's physician.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 23


Hyperion, a Romance. By the Author of "Outre-Mer."
2 vols. New York, 1839.


B AL 12064, title-pages setting A. White endpapers in Vol. I, brown endpapers
in Vol. II. Remainder binding, black cloth. f Bookplates of Philip Greely
Brown.


HWL 74 Voices of the Night.


Cambridge, 1839.


BAL 12065. Tan paper boards, paper label. Four copies, mixed states, no two
the same. If Longfellow's first book of verse.


id n c~.< ek* c iu. -.-


01 cLoTrxrAh.


VOICES OF THE NIGHT.

If Inscribed by Longfellow on the half-title, "To my Mother, with my most
affectionate remembrances. December. 8. 1839." PDH: "Longfellow wrote on
December 5 that the 'Voices' would be out in a few days, and apparently re-
ceived this copy on the 8th and immediately dispatched it to his mother. This is
the earliest known presentation copy of this book ... I cannot imagine a nicer
Longfellow association than the copy of his first book of verses presented to his
mother! This book came from Manning Hawthorne, who in turn said he
received it as a gift from Longfellow's niece, Mary King Longfellow." I An-
other copy inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "To William
J[ewett]. Pabodie from the author, with his regards. January 1. 1840."
Pabodie, a poet, lived 1813-1870. Bookplate of Stephen H. Wakeman. f
Another copy inscribed, "Juliette's gift to D.H." Another copy not inscribed.


HWL 73


114 -\ ? A.<% (^>










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HWL 75 Voices of the Night. Third Edition. Cambridge, 1840.
BAL 12277. Pp. C[i]-xvi], [1]-144. Glazed cream paper boards, paper label,
all edges gilt, one of 200 printed on large paper. Inscribed by Longfellow
on the front flyleaf, "Mr. Norton from his friend the Author. April 10. 1842."
f Another copy inscribed by Longfellow to his mother-in-law on the front fly-
leaf, "Harriet S. Appleton with the author's love and good wishes. Jan 1. 1844,"
and in another hand, "Pittsfield July 2oth-1852" and "Lynn, July 20, 1868."
f Another copy in full red morocco by Peters and Gould, Boston, lettered on
spine, "Longfellow's Poems." It is bound with Ballads and Other Poems.
Fourth Edition (HWL 87) and is said by PDH to have come from the Appleton
family. Ink inscription on front flyleaf, "Est. Caroline M. Smith 29 May,
1934." fS Another copy, rebacked and relabelled, is uncut without gilding and
uninscribed.


HWL 76 John Keese, ed. The Poets of America.
New York, 1840.
BAL 5:592. Pp. [i-ii], 1-284. Brown morocco. f Reprints "Sunrise onthe
Hills," pp. 66-67, and "The Indian Hunter," pp. 79-81.


HWL 77 Edward P. Weston, ed. The Bowdoin Poets.
Brunswick, 1840.

BAL 5:592. Pp. [i]-[xvi], [1]-188. Black T cloth, binding A, single page
frontispiece. f Reprints "The Spirit of Poetry," pp. [1]-3, "The Beleaguered
City," pp. [30]-32, "Burial of the Minnisink," pp. [83]-85, and "Footsteps
of Angels," pp. [141]-143.


HWL 78 The JNorth American Review. October, 1840.
Boston, 1840.

First prints "The French Language in England," pp. 285-308.


HWL 79 The Knickerbocker, or New-Tork Monthly Magazine. No-
vember, 1840. New York, 1840.
July to December in half boards with general title and cumulative index.
First prints "The Village Blacksmith," p. 419.










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 25

HWL 80 George S. Hillard, ed. The Boston Book. Being Specimens of
Metropolitan Literature. Boston, 1841.
BAL 12066. Livingston, p. 27. Black cloth. f First book printings of "Wreck
of the Hesperus" and "Life in Sweden." S Bookplate of Philip Greely Brown.

HWL 81 The New World. September 25, 1841. New York, 1841.

Tabloid format. f First prints "Endymion," p. 1.


HWL 82 George S. Hillard, ed. The Token and Atlantic Souvenir, and
Offeringfor Christmas and the NJew rear. Boston, 1842.
BAL 12067, state B of imprint. Livingston, p. 29. Black leather, signed "A. C.
Morin, Sculp, Phila." I First prints "The Two Locks of Hair," "from the
German of Pfizer." f Inscribed on free front endpaper, "F. Coolidge jr.";
stamp of "Bradley, Binder, Boston."


HWL 83 Poems on Slavery. Cambridge, 1842.
BAL 12068. S Inscribed by Longfellow on verso of front wrapper, "Henry R.
Cleveland from the Author. Jan. 1, 1843." For Cleveland see HWL 64. Book-
plate of Frank Brewer Bemis.


HWL 84 John Keese, ed. The Poets of America. [Volume Second of the
Series]. New York, 1842.
BAL 12069. Pp. [i-iv], [1]-320. Blue morocco, gilt. f Possible first book
printing of "The Village Blacksmith," pp. [35]-37, also in HWL 85, prece-
dence uncertain. Reprints "The Beleaguered City," pp. [95]-97.


HWL 85 Ballads and Other Poems. Cambridge, 1842.
BAL 12070. Contemporary three-quarter brown morocco, speckled boards. ff
An important collection which contains many of Longfellow's best known
poems: "The Village Blacksmith," "The Skeleton in Armour," "Excelsior,"
"The Rainy Day," and "The Wreck of the Hesperus." "The Skeleton in
Armour" is reprinted as HWL 264. f Inscribed by Longfellow on the front










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flyleaf, "Mrs. Guild with the best regards of the Author. Dec. 25, 1841." Mrs.
Eliza Guild was a friend of the Longfellow family; this is the earliest recorded
presentation date in a copy of this book.


HWL 86 Ballads and Other Poems. Third Edition.
Cambridge, 1842.
BAL 12282. Pp. [i]-xxv, [26]-132. Glazed yellow boards, paper label. All 70
copies of this edition are on large paper. 1 Inscribed by Longfellow on the
front flyleaf, "Mrs. Chs. Amory with the Kind regards of the Author. January
1, 1842."

HWL 87 Ballads and Other Poems. Fourth Edition.
Cambridge, 1842.
BAL 12283. Pp. Ci]-xxv, [26]-132. Full red morocco by Peters and Gould,
Boston, lettered on spine, "Longfellow's Poems." If All 70 copies of the
fourth edition are on large paper. Bound with Voices of the J.ight. Third Edition
(HWL 75).

HWL 88 Poems. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1842.
BAL 12284. Pp. Vol. I, [i-ii], [i]-[xvi], [1]-144; Vol. II, Ci-ii], [iJ-xxv,
[26]-132. Three-quarter purple calf, marbled boards, by MacDonald, Cam-
bridge. f First collected edition of Longfellow's poems. Vol. I, Voices of the
Jight; Vol. II, Ballads and Other Poems.


HWL 89 Rufus Wilmot Griswold, ed. The Poets and Poetry of
America. Philadelphia, 1842.
BAL 6644 (Griswold). Brown cloth. If Prints a sketch of Longfellow, p. 297.
This was prepared from manuscript notes sent by Longfellow to Griswold, and
is said to be the first biography of Longfellow. Late printings of eleven poems.
J Inscribed "Samuel B. Cruft to Eunice M. Fox-Portland, June 22nd 1842."


HWL 90 The Spanish Student. A Play, in Three Acts.
Cambridge, 1843.

BAL 12071. Cream yellow glazed boards, paper label.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 27

HWL 91 The Spanish Student. A Play, in Three Acts. Third Edition.
Cambridge, 1843.
Not in BAL. Pp. Ci]-[vii], [8]-183. Glazed yellow boards, paper label, gilt
edges. Imprint: Cambridge: Published by John Owen. 1843. All 50 copies of
this edition are on large paper. I Inscribed on the front flyleaf, "Charles
Amory from his friend the Author. December 25. 1846"; Amory's name on the
free front endpaper.


HWL 92 Poems on Slavery. Third Edition. Cambridge, 1843.
BAL 12292. Pp. l[]-31. Unbound sheets, folded. All 50 copies of this edition
are on large paper.


HWL 93 Poems on Slavery. [Boston, 1843]
BAL 12894. Pp. 1-8. Printed self-wrapper. At head of title, "Tract No. 1";
issued by the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association; printing poems
from HWL 83.


HWL 94 George W. Clark, ed. The Liberty Minstrel.
New York, 1844.
BAL 5: 593. Pp. [i]-iv, [5]-[188]. Purple cloth. f Reprints "The Quadroon
Maiden," pp. 29-31. f Inscription on front flyleaf, "From Uncle Warren
? delivered] by Judith 1874."


HWL 95 Voices of the True-Hearted.
9 vols. Philadelphia, 1844-1845.
BAL 12072, first state. Printed brown wrappers. J Reprints many Longfellow
poems.


HWL 96 W. H. Furness, ed. The Gift: A Christmas, JNew Year, and
Birthday Present. Philadelphia, 1845.
BAL 12074. Livingston, pp. 36-37. Tan leather. S First prints "A Gleam of
Sunshine" and "The Hemlock Tree."










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HWL 97 Percy Bryant, ed. The Bridal Wreath, A Wedding Souvenir.
Boston, 1845.
BAL 5:594. [l--128. Slate cloth. 5f Reprints "Not Always May," p. 30, and
"Maidenhood," pp. 36-37. f Inscription on front flyleaf, "Ann Maria Bailey.
From her Friend."

HWL 98 The Waif: A Collection of Poems. Cambridge, 1845.
BAL 12075. Livingston, pp. 35-36. Glazed yellow boards, wanting paper label.
Edited anonymously by Longfellow; first printing of his "Proem [The Day
Is Done]." J Inscribed by Longfellow to his mother-in-law: on the free front
endpaper "Mrs. N. Appleton from the Editor. Jan 1. 1845." Another copy in
glazed yellow wrappers, paper label, signed on endpaper, "Paulina C. Jones,
Jan. 1, 1845." Another copy in illuminated wrappers, signed on endpaper,
"Emily Merrill."

HWL 99 Maria Weston Chapman, ed. The Liberty Bell. By Friends
ofFreedom. Boston, 1845.
BAL 12076. Livingston, p. 37. Blue cloth. 5 First prints "The Norman
Baron." Ink inscription on free front endpaper, "C. H. Parkman with Wm
& Sarah's love. 1 Jan 1845."

HWL 100 The Poets and Poetry of Europe. With Introductions and
Biographical Notices. Philadelphia, 1845.
B AL 12078, first printing. Livingston, pp. 38-40. Contemporary three-quarter
red morocco, binder's ticket, E.W. Bettinson, 7 Brattle Street, Cambridge, in
pressed board case incorporating (unactivated) anti-mildew and insecticide
devices, with ticket of Book Protectors, Inc., Lake Helen, Florida. Edited
by Longfellow. In addition to the editorial notes, contains many translations by
him, some here in first printings. Inscribed by Longfellow on the flyleaf,
"George Nichols with best regards of the Editor. July 8, 1845." Below this is
written in another hand, "Austin Treadwell White from his Loving Grand-
mother Susan F. Nichols, Christmas, 1884." George Nichols was one of the
owners of the University Press. Another copy in original black cloth.

HWL 101 Poems. Philadelphia, 1845.
BAL 12079. Livingston, p. 41. Black morocco. Sf Contains first printings and










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 29

reprints of Longfellow's poems, many of which appeared a month later in The
Belfry of Bruges (HWL 104). f Inscribed by Longfellow to his sister-in-law
on the free front endpaper, "Mary Mackintosh with the Author's love and best
wishes. January 1, 1846."


HWL 102 George Pope Morris, ed. American Melodies.
Philadelphia [1845]
Reissue of BAL 5:592. Pp. [1]-286. Blue cloth. f Contains "I Know a Maiden
Fair to See," pp. 125-126.


HWL 103 Rufus Wilmot Griswold, ed. Scenes in the Life of the
Saviour. Philadelphia, 1846.
BAL 5:594, 6672 (Griswold), first state. Pp. Ei]-Cxiii], CIS3-240. Green
cloth. f Reprints "Blind Bartimeus," pp. [81]-82. f Pencil signature on
free front endpaper, "J. Wigglesworth 15 Franklin Place, Boston." Another
copy in brown leather.


HWL 104 The Belfry of Bruges and Other Poems.
Cambridge, 1846.
BAL 12083, not recording 1845 date on cover (see Livingston, pp. 41-43).
White wrapper, lithographed in gold, dated 1845. 5 Another copy in white
boards, lithographed in gold, dated 1845. The second copy has pencil signature
of W. A. White and Harvard's bookplate for his gift.


HW L 105 Maria Weston Chapman, ed. The Liberty Bell. By Friends
ofFreedom. Boston, 1846.
BAL 12084. Livingston, pp. 43-44. White wrappers lithographed in gold. f
First prints "The Poet of Miletus."


HWL 106 Poems. New York, 1846.
BAL 12305. Pp. [1]-117. Printed cream wrappers, in nineteenth century three-
quarter red morocco. 5 Name in ink on title-page, "Miss H. L. Cutter July
25, 1846."










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HWL 107 The Belfry of Bruges and Other Poems. Second Edition.
Cambridge, 1846.
BAL 12307. Pp. [i]-[viii], [1]-151. White wrappers lithographed in gold,
dated 1846, in case stamped "D. F. Bogardus, 1935."


HWL 108 The Belfry of Bruges and Other Poems. Fourth Edition.
Cambridge, 1846.
BAL 12309. Pp. [i]-Cviii], [1]-151. Glazed yellow boards, paper label (read-
ing "Third Edition"). All 50 copies of the fourth edition are on large paper. If
Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "Charles Amory. From
his friend the Author. December 25, 1846."



HWL 109 John Keese, ed. The Opal: A Pure Gift for the Holydays.
New York, 1847.
BAL 12087. Livingston, p. 44. Tan leather. fS First prints "Birds of Passage,"
pp. [11]-12.


HWL 110 The Estray: A Collection of Poems. Boston, 1847.
BAL 12088. Livingston, pp. 44-45. Glazed cream boards, lacking label. 5f
Edited anonymously by Longfellow and first printing his "Proem [Pegasus in
Pound]." If Inscribed by Longfellow on verso of free front endpaper, "Anne
L. Pierce, Jan. 1, 1847." Under this, in another hand, "To G. A. Pierce 1854";
and on the half-title, "Georgiana Pierce, Portland." Longfellow's sister Anne
married his classmate George W. Pierce.



HWL 111 Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie. Boston, 1847.
BAL 12089, first state (with the "Long" reading), and with publisher's cata-
logue. Grey boards, paper label. This is one of the first printed copies, of which
some twelve are known. f[ The plot of Evangeline, the poem Longfellow
considered his greatest work, was suggested by Hawthorne, who considered
the story too slight for a novel. f Ink signature at top of title, "Virginia E.
Johnston, Baltimore, 1848"; bookplate of John Gribbel.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 31

HWL 112 Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie. Boston, 1847.
BAL 12089, second state (with the "Lo" reading), without publisher's cata-
logue. Contemporary half calf. Inscribed by Longfellow on the front fly-
leaf, "Mrs. Francis with the author's best regards. October 30, 1847." No
earlier date is known in a copy of Evangeline; the one Longfellow inscribed to
his mother is also dated October 30. Most family copies are dated November 1,
the day on which, according to the publisher's records, the book was published.
Mrs. Francis was the wife of the Rev. Convers Francis who christened Long-
fellow's daughter Fanny on October 30. See letter 958 in HWL 356.

HWL 113 George W. Light, ed. The Young American's Magazine of
Self-Improvement. Boston, 1847.
BAL 5:595. Pp. [1]-364, 8 pp. advertisements. Black cloth. fJ Reprints "A
Psalm of Life," pp. 16-17, and "A Western Picture," pp. 346-347, an extract
from Evangeline.

HWL 114 John Weiss. The Modern Pulpit. A Sermon Preached at the
Ordination of Samuel Longfellow. Fall River, 1848.
BAL 12095. Livingston, p. 50. Printed blue wrappers. I First prints "Christ
to the Young Man Said," a hymn Longfellow wrote for his brother's ordina-
tion. f Ink signature on front wrapper, "M. H. Weiss."

HWL 115 Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie. Boston, 1848.
BAL 12321. Pp. [1]-163. Glazed yellow boards, paper label. One of 50 copies
on large paper. f Inscribed by Longfellow on the front flyleaf, "Eugene
Weld with cordial regards of the Author. May 1848." Eugene Weld was a
classmate of Longfellow at Bowdoin and a close friend.

HWL 116 Kavanagh, A Tale. Boston, 1849.
BAL 12096, first printing, first state. Purple H cloth. Sf Bookplate: Anne
Robbins Faulkner, Abby L. Faulkner.

HWL 117 Kavanagh, A Tale. Boston, 1849.
BAL 12096, first printing, alteration on p. 173, only; catalogue state B. Brown
T cloth. Si Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "O. W. Holmes
with the regards of the author. May 1849."









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HWL 118 Kavanagh, A Tale.


Boston, 1849.


BAL 12096, first printing, first two alterations present. Brown T cloth. 5
Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "Mrs. Norton, with the
regards of the author. May 1849."


HWL 119 Kavanagh, A Tale.


Boston, 1849.


BAL 12096, first printing, all four alterations present, catalogue A. Brown T
cloth. I Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "First Parish
Library from the author. June 1849." "This is the First Parish Church in
Portland, about which Longfellow had written a poem"-PDH. Two other
copies in purple T and H cloths.


HWL 120 Kavanagh, A Tale.


Boston, 1849.


BAL 12096, second printing, catalogue state B. Brown T cloth.


HWL 121


James T. Fields, ed. The Boston Book. Being Specimens of
Metropolitan Literature. Boston, 1850.


BAL 12098. Livingston, p. 52. Prints "Footprints of Angels," an altered prose
extract from Hyperion, 1839, pp. [357]-364; reprints "Resignation," pp.
[123]-125.


HWL 122 The Seaside and the Fireside.


Boston, 1850.


B AL 12099, large paper. Glazed yellow boards, paper label. Large paper copies
were issued with the trade edition and no priority has been established. f
Inscribed on the front flyleaf by Longfellow, "Charles Amory with the best
wishes of his friend the author. January 1, 1850."


HWL 123 The Seaside and the Fireside.


Boston, 1850.


BAL 12099, trade edition. Tan boards, paper label. Publisher's catalogue dated
December 1849. Inscription on verso of title, "Gift of W. S. Appleton
3 May 23." 5 Another copy in brown cloth, state B.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 33

HWL 124 Poems. 6 vols. Boston, 1850.
BAL 12332. Pp. Vol. I, [i]-[xvi], [I]-144; Vol. II, [i]-xxv, [26]-157, blank
leaf; Vol. III, [i]-[vii], [8]-183; Vol. IV, [i]-[viii], [1]-151; Vol. V, [1]-
163; Vol. VI, E[i-[vi], [1]-141, blank leaf. Unbound sheets, folded, uncut.
SI A projected large-paper edition of Longfellow's poems, of which only about
twenty sets were printed, and even fewer issued. Vol. I, Voices of the AJight;
Vol. II, Ballads and Other Poems; Vol. III, The Spanish Student; Vol. IV, The
Belfry of Bruges; Vol. V, Evangeline; Vol. VI, The Seaside and the Fireside. 5I
Another copy bound in three-quarter red morocco and red boards, uncut, in-
scribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper of Vol. I, "James T. Fields
with the best wishes of The Author. March 13, 1850."


HWL 125 Voices of the ANight. [London] 1850.
BAL 12343. Pp. [1-243. Glazed green boards.


HWL 126 Outre-Mer: A Pilgrimage beyond the Sea. To Which Are
Added, the Latest Poems of the Author. London, 1851.
BAL 12101, printing A. Pp. [i]-iv, [5]-299. Purple cloth. SI First collects
"The Ladder of St. Augustine" and "The Phantom Ship."


HWL 127 The Golden Legend. Boston, 1851.
BAL 12102, first printing. Publisher's catalogue dated October 1851. Brown
cloth. Issued simultaneously with the London edition. SI Inscribed by Long-
fellow on the title-page, "From the Author," and signed above by the recipient,
"H. S. Appleton." Harriet Sumner Appleton was the second wife of Long-
fellow's father-in-law.


HWL 128 The Golden Legend. London, 1851.
BAL 12103, first printing, state A. Signature T* setting B. Green TB cloth.
Issued simultaneously with the Boston edition. SI With blindstamp, "W. H.
Mith and Son, 136 Strand, London."


HWL 129 Poems. Boston, 1852.
BAL 12360. Pp. Ci]-[xvi], [1--475. Brown cloth.









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HWL 130 Memorial of James Fenimore Cooper. New York, 1852.
BAL 1650 (Bryant). Black cloth. f First prints a Longfellow letter, p. 34.
j Bookplate of Oliver Henry Perkins.


HWL 131 Caroline Kirkland, ed. Garden Walks with the Poets.
New York, 1852.
BAL 5:597. Pp. [i]-xii, [9]-340. Purple cloth. f Reprints "Flowers," pp.
18-20, "April," pp. 88-90, and "The Reaper and the Flowers," pp. 239-240.


HWL 132 Putnam's Monthly. January, 1853. New York, 1853.
First prints "The Warden of the Cinque Ports," p. 17.


HWL 133 Anne W. Abbot, ed. Autumn Leaves. Original Pieces in
Prose and Verse. Cambridge, 1853.
BAL 12105. Livingston, p. 56. Red cloth. If First prints "In the Churchyard
at Cambridge." Si Inscribed on free front endpaper, "Edwin Hale Abbot.
Cambridge, 1853." Contributors' initials are pencilled alongside the "Con-
tents" list (among them an "E.H.A."), in Mr. Abbot's hand.


HWL 134 H. C. Foster, ed. An Excursion Among the Poets.
Richmond [1853]
Not in BAL. Pp. [1]-360. Red cloth. Imprint: Richmond, Va.: Published by
H. C. Foster. 9[ Prints "Blessed Are the Dead," from the German of Simon
Dach, pp. 318-319. f Bookplate of H. Scofield, Home Library. No. 7060, and
signature, "David Creamer, Oct '73."


HWL 135 Hyperion: A Romance. Boston, 1853.
BAL 12375. Pp. [ij-[xiv], [1]-314, and 18 pp. advertisements. Blue cloth,
initialled at bottom of spine, J[ohn] L[eighton], the designer. Inscribed by
Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "George W. Curtis. From the author.
January 24, 1854." Another copy in full green morocco, inscribed on half-title,
"Miss Eva Ball from her Father, Columbus 19 Apl 1854."










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW


HWL 136 Smithsonian Institute. Eighth Annual Report.
BAL 5:634. Pp. [I]-SO1. Black cloth. ~J Prints "Report of the Committee of
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences" by Longfellow and others, pp.
140-147.


HWL 137 Putnam's Monthly. April, 1854. New York, 1854.
First prints "The Two Angels," p. 416.


HWL 138 The Golden Legend. London, 1854.
BAL 12106. Pp. [i]-[viii], [1]-224, with 8 pp. advertisements. Bluecloth,
initials at foot of spine J[ohn] L[eightonj. If First prints Longfellow's
"Notes" written for this edition. f Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front
endpaper, "Mrs. Norton with kindest regards and best wishes of the Author.
January 1, 1855."


HWL 139 Putnam's Monthly. July, 1854. New York, 1854.
First prints "The Jewish Cemetery at Newport," pp. 80-81.


HWL 140 William Winter. Poems Boston, 1855.
Pp. [i]-viii, [9]-143. Green cloth, blindstamped. 5 First book of the poet
and dramatic critic, published when he was eighteen and dedicated to his friend
Longfellow, who encouraged Winter's literary ambition and influenced his
style. f Winter gave this copy to his son, William Jefferson Winter, and has
written at length on the endpaper, ". .. I do believe that this is the most absurd
collection of verses ever put into print .... Longfellow accepted the Dedication
& encouraged me to have the book published. He was all Kindness,-a good
friend-one of the best I ever had-& he thought it best to cheer me at the
start. I wish he had exercised a sterner judgment. .... I should be pleased if
you were to drop this copy into the fire-I have destroyed every one I could
obtain... .It is rubbish. It is dreadful." On the endpaper opposite, W. J. Winter
has written, "When Longfellow accepted the dedication of this book he wrote:
[text of Longfellow's letter, dated Cambridge, April 16 1854, to William
Winter accepting the dedication]." Signature of William Winter below dedi-
cation; "J. Winter" in pencil on title; bookplates of William Winter and
David Belasco.










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HWL 141 The Golden Legend. Boston, 1855.
BAL 12109. Pp. [i]-[viii), [1]-224. Blue morocco. f Pencil signatures on
free front endpaper, "Mary Low 7th April '66," "Amy Low Huntington,
November, 1901"; Mrs. Huntington's bookplate.


HWL 142 Putnam's Monthly. February, 1855. New York, 1855.
First prints "Prometheus and Epimetheus," pp. 129-131.


HWL 143 Putnam's Monthly. July, 1855. New York, 1855.
First prints "Victor Galbraith," p. 25.


HWL 144 Putnam's Monthly. August, 1855. New York, 1855.
First prints "My Lost Youth," pp. 121-122.


HWL 145 Grace Greenwood, ed. The Little Pilgrim. October, 1855.
Philadelphia, 1855.
In half leather with issues for 1853-1856. f First prints "The Rope Walk,"
pp. 73-74. 5f Pencil signature on free front endpaper, "A.W. Selden."


H WL 146 The Knickerbocker Gallery. New York, 1855.
BAL 12110, first printing. Livingston, pp. 56-57. Brown morocco. 5f First
prints "The Emperor's Bird's Nest," pp. [247]-248. JI Ink signature "Odell"
on free front endpaper, flyleaf, and recto of frontispiece; bookplates of A. J.
Odell and Carroll Atwood Wilson.


HWL 147 The Song of Hiawatha. London, 1855.
BAL 12111, with publisher's catalogue. Blue cloth. f Ink signature, "Hy.
Thompson," on free front endpaper.


HWL 148 The Song of Hiawatha. Boston, 1855.
BAL 12112, first printing; "n" present, p. 279; publisher's catalogue dated









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW


November 1855. Brown cloth. If Inscribed in the recipient's hand on the free
front endpaper, "G.W. Curtis from H. W. Longfellow, Nov. 1855." For
Longfellow's letter to Curtis about this copy see HWL MS 6.


HWL 149 The Song of Hiawatha. London, 1855.
Pp. [i]-iv, [1]-176. Inserted publisher's catalogue. Printed tan wrapper.
Third edition of B A L 12111.

HWL 150 The Poets and Poetry of Europe. With Introductions and
Biographical Notices. New York, 1855.
Pp. [i]-[xx], 1-799. Brown morocco, rebacked. SI Pencil signature on fly-
leaf, "A.P. Francis," with corrections by Francis at pp. 164, 177-179, and 410.
A.P. was a member of the C. S. Francis firm that published the book. Long-
fellow's letter asking for corrections to be made in later editions, HWL MS 5,
is inserted.

HWL 151 Longfellow's Romantic, Indian Legendary Poem, Hiawatha,
Spoken by Miss Clara Darling. [Philadelphia, ca. 1855]
Single sheet folded to four pages. At head of title: Novel and Elegant Enter-
tainment. 5f Programme for a theatrical reading, with an outline of the poem,
a comment on the myth of Hiawatha by Henry R. Schoolcraft, and the begin-
nings of several stanzas as spoken by Miss Darling. I Gift of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard S. Mott.

HWL 152 Dayton & Burdick, pub. The Prince of the House of David.
[New York, 1856]
Pp. [1]-12. Printed buff wrappers. f Promotional material for Joseph Holt
Ingraham's best-selling novel. First prints Longfellow's commendatory letter
to Ingraham, p. [9], February 9th, 1856.

HWL 153 The Song of Hiawatha... New Edition, with the Author's
Latest Corrections. London, 1856.
BAL 12418. Pp. [ij-iv, [5]-176, plus 32 pp. advertisements. Tan printed
wrappers, on front wrapper, "Author's Protective Edition." f Ink signature
on front wrapper, "Edward Gould jun." f Gift of the Howe Society.









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HWL 154 Prose Works. 2 vols. Boston, 1857.
BAL 12116, first printing of Vol. I. Livingston, pp. 58-59. Blue cloth.


HWL 155 Poems. 2 vols. Boston, 1857.
BAL 12420. Pp. Vol. I, [i]-vi, [13-375; Vol. II, [i]-[ii], [1]-[407]. Blue
cloth. 1 Vol. I inscribed by Longfellow on verso of free front endpaper, "J. G.
Kohl [altered by another hand] Esq. with best wishes of The Author. January
1, 1858"; Vol. II inscribed on verso of free front endpaper, "From the Author.
1858." For Kohl, see Andrew Hilen, The Letters of Henry Wadsworth Long-
fellow, Belknap Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1972, Vol. IV, Nos. 1621, 1801.


HWL 156 The Atlantic Monthly. November, 1857. Boston, 1857.
First prints "Santa Filomena," pp. 22-23. 1 The first number of the Atlantic.


HWL 157 The Atlantic Monthly. December, 1857. Boston, 1857.
First prints "The Golden Mile-Stone," p. 174. If Pencil signature, "Wm. O.
Comstock," on cover.


HWL 158 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1858. Boston, 1858.
First prints "Catawba Wine," pp. 270-272. T Pencil signature, "C. C.
Russell," on cover.


HWL 159 The Atlantic Monthly. February, 1858. Boston, 1858.
First prints "Daylight and Moonlight," p. 401.


HWL 160 The Atlantic Monthly. April, 1858. Boston, 1858.
First prints "Sandalphon," pp. 744-745.


HWL 161 The Atlantic Monthly. August, 1858. Boston, 1858.
First prints "The Discoverer of the North Cape," pp. 357-360.









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HWL 162 The Courtship of Miles Standish, and Other Poems.
London, 1858.
BAL 19121, second printing. Without publisher's catalogue. Gold-stamped
maroon morocco, gilt edges (in the cloth format, with frontispiece). Binder's
stamp: Bound by Field, 65 Regent St.

HWL 163 The Courtship of Miles Standish, and Other Poems.
Boston, 1858.
B AL 12122, first printing. Issued without the Waverley slip. October publisher's
advertisements. Brown cloth. 5 Inscribed by Longfellow on free front end-
paper, "Mrs. Norton with best regards of the Author. 1858." 5 Another
copy with the Waverley slip and with advertisements dated September 1858,
and ink signature, "H.D. Fuller. Washington, D.C.," on front flyleaf. J
Another copy with Waverley slip removed, advertisements dated October
1858, and inscribed on flyleaf, "George W. Copeland, Boston, Bought in St.
Louis Oct 18th, 1858."

HWL 164 Evert A. Duyckinck, ed. Gifts of Genius: A Miscellany of
Prose and Poetry, by American Authors.
New York [1859]
BAL 12123. Livingston, p. 60. Leather spine, paper boards. i First prints
"My Secret," pp. 42-43.

HWL 165 The Atlantic Monthly. August, 1859. Boston, 1859.
First prints "Enceladus," p.220. J "Miss Gifford" in pencil on front wrapper.

HWL 166 The JNew England Tragedy. Boston, 1860.
BAL 12127, one of two sets located. Proof sheets, folded and untrimmed. Prose,
rewritten in verse and published in The 7New England Tragedies, 1868 (HWL
218), as "John Endicott." See HWL MS 14.

HWL 167 Joseph Cunningham, ed. The Centennial Birth-Day of
Robert Burns. New York, 1860.
BAL 1667 (Bryant). Pp. 1-136. Brown cloth. S Prints a Longfellow letter,
p. 50 f Book label of Stephen H. Wakeman, "Robert Ross" inscribed on
verso of free front endpaper.










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HWL 168 The Atlantic Monthly. September, 1860. Boston, 1860
First prints "The Children's Hour," p. 354.


HWL 169 Massachusetts Historical Society. Proceedings. 1858-
1860. Boston, 1860.
BAL 5:600. Pp. [i]-[xiii], [1]-465. Brown cloth. If Reprints memorial re-
marks on Washington Irving, pp. 393-395. 5 Bookplate of Carroll Atwood
Wilson.

HWL 170 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1861. Boston, 1861.
First prints "Paul Revere's Ride," pp. 27-29.

HWL 171 Daniel Clement Colesworthy. The Old Bureau, and Other
Tales. Boston, 1861.
Pp. [i]-iv, [5]-408. Brown cloth. If From Longfellow's library, inscribed by
Colesworthy on the free front endpaper, "Henry W. Longfellow, with author's
regards, Boston, 1861." Colesworthy owned a well-known Boston bookstore
only recently defunct. Harvard College Library bookplate, identifying this as
the gift of Miss Alice M. Longfellow, the poet's daughter.

HWL 172 James T. Fields, ed. Favorite Authors. A Companion-
Book ofProse and Poetry. Boston, 1861.
BAL 5:601. Pp. [i]-iv, [1]-[300]. Bluecloth. I Reprints "The Monk Felix,"
pp. [211]-215. 5 Bookplate of Carroll Atwood Wilson.


HWL 173 The Golden Legend. Boston, 1862.
Not in BAL. Pp. [i-ii], [1]-326. Brown cloth. Imprint: Boston: Ticknor and
Fields. 1862. If Mark Twain's copy, signed in ink on the front flyleaf, "S. L.
Clemens 1871." See Alan Gribben, Mark Twain's Library, Boston, 1980, p.
420. Twain has marked many passages in pencil and made marginal notes: on
p. 27, by a passage in which Prince Henry describes the earth as staggering and
reeling, is written "Drunk already"; on p. 193 next to a passage describing
inebriated revellers in a convent, "Convent picture"; and on p. 240 opposite
lines by Lucifer, "I like Satan."









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 41


HWL 174 The Atlantic Monthly. December, 1862.
First prints "The Cumberland," pp. 669-670.


HWL 175 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1863.
First prints "The Legend of Rabbi Ben Levi," pp. 69-70.


HWL 176 The Atlantic Monthly. July, 1863.
First prints "The Wraith of Odin," pp. 16-17.


Boston, 1862.




Boston, 1863.




Boston, 1863.


HWL 177 Songs of the War. Albany, 1863.
BAL 12132. Livingston, p. 64. Printed wrappers. First book printing of "The
Cumberland," pp. 56-57. Bookplate of Carroll Atwood Wilson.


HWL 178 J. Henry Hayward, ed. Poetical Pen-Pictures of the War.
New York, 1863.
BAL 12134. Livingston, pp. 117-118. Purple cloth. First prints "The Two
Sharpshooters," p. 204. This has never been collected nor elsewhere printed,
except in Livingston (HWL 346), and is quite possibly not by Longfellow,
although credited to "W. H. Longfellow [sic]." Also reprints "The Arsenal,"
pp. 35-37, "Death of His Son," pp. 231-232. f Bookplate of Carroll Atwood
Wilson. Signed on free front endpaper, "J.F. Miller" and "J.M. Ashby."


HWL 179 The Atlantic Monthly. November, 1863. Boston, 1863.
First prints "Weariness" and "Something Left Undone," pp. 556 and 637.


HWL 180 The Atlantic Monthly. December, 1863.
First prints "The Birds of Killingworth," pp. 680-685.


Boston, 1863.


HWL 181 Tales of a Wayside Inn. London, 1864 [i.e., 1863]
BAL 12135. Mixed state, as B A L' fourth, but with "our burden," p. 242. Green









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cloth. I Ink inscription, "K. [?] Brown Christmas 1863 from J.S." Book-
seller's ticket of Hale & Roworth, Manchester.


HWL 182 Tales of a Wayside Inn. London, 1864 [i.e., 1863]
BAL 12466. Pp. [i-ii], Ci-vii, [1]-140, 12 pp. advertisements. Printed wrap-
pers. On front wrapper: Author's Edition.


HWL 183 Tales of a Wayside Inn. Boston, 1863.
BAL 12136. First printing. Without publisher's catalogue. Calf, gilt. I In-
scribed by Longfellow on the front flyleaf, "Mrs. James T. Fields with kind
regards of the Author. Dec. 17, 1863." Another copy in purple TR cloth
with publisher's catalogue A, pencil signature, "Mary W. Turner," on flyleaf.



HWL 184 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1864. Boston, 1864.
First prints "Three Cantos of Dante's 'Paradiso,'" pp. 47-55.



HWL 185 Tales of a Wayside Inn. Boston, 1864.
BAL 12136. Second printing, mixed sheets with "whistled" on p. 125. Three-
quarter morocco, marbled boards, top edge gilt. Bound in is .V'ol (HWL 193),
a poem a la Provenal addressed to "bons amis / De Jean Rudolphe Agassiz!"
f Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "Mrs. Laugel with
regards and good wishes of the Author. Jan. 1, 1865." For Longfellow's let-
ter to Mrs. Laugel, removed from this copy, see HWL MS 13. A photograph
of Longfellow is on an inserted leaf. Elizabeth Bates Chapman Laugel, daughter
of Maria W. Chapman, was married to the French critic Auguste Laugel.
"E L" monogram inside front cover.


HWL 186 Frank Moore, ed. Lyrics of Loyalty. New York, 1864.
BAL 5:602. Pp. [ij-xvi, 1-336. Boards, unlabelled and unlettered, not de-
scribed under BAL 1203 (Boker). 9 Reprints "The Cumberland," pp. 194-
196.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 43

HWL 187 John Pendleton Kennedy, ed. Autograph Leaves of Our
Country's Authors. Baltimore, 1864.
BAL 2418 (Calvert). Pp. [i]-Cxii], 1-[201]. Purple cloth. Co-editor: Alex-
ander Bliss. 5 Contains a facsimile of an autograph of "Excelsior," pp. 60-63.
f Bookplate of Stephen H. Wakeman.


HWL 188 The Atlantic Monthly. June, 1864. Boston, 1864.
First prints "The KalifofBaldacca," pp. 664-666. Sf Pencil inscription, "Miss
Hunt," on front wrapper.


HWL 189 The Atlantic Monthly. July, 1864. Boston, 1864.
First prints "Palingenesis," pp. 19-21. f Pencil inscription, "Miss Hunt," on
front wrapper.


HWL 190 The Atlantic Monthly. August, 1864. Boston, 1864.
First prints "Concord. May 23, 1864," pp. 169-170, a threnody for Haw-
thorne, later titled "Hawthorne. May 23, 1864."


HWL 191 The Atlantic Monthly. September, 1864.
Boston, 1864.
First prints "The Bridge of Cloud," p. 283. i Pencil inscription, "Miss
Hunt," on front wrapper.


HWL 192 The Atlantic Monthly. December, 1864. Boston, 1864.
First prints "On Translating the Divina Commedia" ("Oft have I seen at some
cathedral door"), p. 688. Sf Pencil inscription, "Miss Hunt, Salem, Mass.,"
on front wrapper.

HWL 193 Vol. Cambridge, 1864.
BAL 12137. Printed self-wrapper, bound with Tales of a Wayside Inn (HWL
185). Privately printed for distribution on Christmas day, 1864. I In Pro-
vencal. I For Longfellow's letter to Mrs. Auguste Laugel, relating to this
copy, see HWL MS 13.










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HWL 194 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1865. Boston, 1865.
First prints "The Wind Over the Chimney," pp. 7-8. f See HWL MS 12 for
a corrected holograph of this poem.


HWL 195 The Bryant Festival at "The Century."
New York, 1865.
BAL 1692 (Bryant). Pp. [1]-88. Roan-backed boards. No. 59 of 150 large-
paper copies, signed by Bryant and others. f First prints a Longfellow letter,
p. 58, dated Cambridge, October 23rd, 1864. f Ink inscriptions, "Launt
Thompson with the kind regards of C.H. Ludington, Feby 1866," and "Lan-
cillotto a Flossy. Per aspera ad astra." Thompson was commissioned by Lud-
ington to sculpt "a colossal bust" of Bryant, but who was Flossy?


HWL 196 Dante Alighieri. The Divine Comedy.
Vol. I, Boston, 1865.
Vol. II, Boston, 1866.
Vol. III, Boston, 1867.
BAL 12139. Half red morocco, marbled boards, tops gilt. f Volume I was
completed in time to be sent to Italy for Dante's 600th birthday; the other
volumes were sent later. The text of this private edition differs greatly from the
published version of 1867; some twelve sets of this privately printed edition are
known. f This popular translation introduced Dante to many readers in
America. Longfellow's prefatory sonnets about Dante are considered very fine.
f Inscribed by Longfellow on the front flyleaves, Vol. I, "James R. Lowell
with kindest regards of the Translator. February 17, 1865"; Vol. II, "James
R. Lowell From the Translator. March 30, 1866"; Vol. III, "James R. Lowell,
Feb. 27, 1867." This copy came to PDH from Lowell's granddaughter, Mrs.
Stanley Cunningham.

HWL 197 Household Poems. Boston, 1865.
BAL 12140. Livingston, p. 70. Blue printed wrappers. f First book printing
of "The Bridge of Cloud," "Christmas Bells," and "Palingenesis." f In-
scribed by Longfellow on the front cover, "Gen. Alvord with best regards of
the Author, 1865." On the title, in Alvord's hand, is written, "Benj. Alvord
from the author, 1865." Alvord was a Civil War general and wrote on mathe-
matics.









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HWL 198 Household Poems. Boston, 1865.
BAL 12140. Livingston, p. 70. Purple cloth, bound up from the same sheets as
the wrappered copies, but issued two months later.


HWL 199 The Atlantic Monthly. October, 1865. Boston, 1865.
Prints "Noel," pp. 446-447. This first appeared as a privately printed leaflet
(HWL 193). I Inscribed "B.G. Smith" on front wrapper.


HWL 200 Vincenzo Botta. Dante As Philosopher, Patriot, and Poet.
With an Analysis of the Divina Commedia, Its Plot and
Episodes. New York, 1865.
Pp. [iJ-x, [1]-413. Green cloth. Imprint: New York: Charles Scribner& Co.,
124 Grand Street. 1865. f Inscribed by Longfellow on the front flyleaf,
"George W. Greene from H.W.L., Camb. Nov. 27. 1865." The date is two
days before the first meeting of the Dante Society, the original purpose of
which was to assist Longfellow with his translation of the Divine Comedy.


HWL 201 James T. Fields, ed. Good Company for Every Day in the
Tear. Boston, 1866.
BAL 5:604. Pp. [iJ-iv, 1-326. Green cloth. 9 Reprints "Palingenesis," pp.
[305]-307.


HWL 202 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1866. Boston, 1866.
First prints "The Bells of Lynn Heard at Nahant," p. 47.


HWL 203 The Atlantic Monthly. April, 1866. Boston, 1866.
First prints "Killed at the Ford," p. 479. f Pencil inscription, "Messinger,"
on front wrapper.


HWL 204 The Atlantic Monthly. May, 1866. Boston, 1866.
First prints "To-morrow," p. 552,










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HWL 205 The Atlantic Monthly. June, 1866. Boston, 1866.
First prints "Giotto's Tower," p. 724. f Pencil inscription, "Miss S.E.
Hunt," and distributor's label, "Whipple & Smith, 243 Essex St., Salem," on
front wrapper.

HWL 206 The Atlantic Monthly. July, 1866. Boston, 1866.
First prints "On Translating the Divina Commedia. Second Sonnet," ("I
enter, and I see thee in the gloom"), p. 11.

HWL 207 Complete Works ... Revised Edition.
7 vols. Boston, 1866.
BAL 12141. Livingston, pp. 71-72. Three-quarter green morocco, marbled
boards, endpapers and edges. Edition limited to 100 copies, this one unnumbered.
f First prints in book form the prose article, "Ancient French Romances," in
Vol. III, otherwise reprint. I On the front flyleaf of each volume is the ink
signature of Marshall T. Bigelow of the firm Welch, Bigelow & Co., which
printed this work. With three tipped-in errata slips in Longfellow's hand in
Vols. II, III, VI, listing changes to be made by the printer.

HWL 208 The Atlantic Monthly. September, 1866. Boston, 1866.
First prints "On Translating the Divina Commedia. Third Sonnet," ("I lift
mine eyes, and all the windows blaze") p. 273.

HWL 209 The Atlantic Monthly. November, 1866. Boston, 1866.
First prints "On Translating the Divina Commedia. Fourth Sonnet," ("How
strange the sculptures that adorn these towers"), p. 544.

HWL 210 Flower-de-Luce. London, 1867.
BAL 12143. Printed blue paper wrappers. f Another copy, lacking back
wrapper, signed on front wrapper, "Alexander Kemlo."

HWL 211 Flower-de-Luce. Boston, 1867.
BAL 12144. Green cloth. f Inscribed on front flyleaf, "Hattie E. Tufts, from
S.R. Fuller Xmas. 1866." J Another copy in purple cloth is in one of the
earliest surviving examples of an American printed dust jacket (not seen by
BAL).









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW


HWL 212 Dante Alighieri. The Divine Comedy.
3 vols. Boston, 1867.
BAL 12146. Vol. I, first printing; Vol. II, variant C; Vol. III, state A. Green
cloth. First published edition, revised and containing material not in the pri-
vately printed version (HWL 196). Inscribed by Longfellow on the free
front endpaper of Vol. I, "Mrs. N. Appleton with affectionate regards of the
Translator. May 1, 1867," pencilled initials "U.C.A." and "W.S.A. Jr."
above inscription. In Vol. II, in Mrs. Appleton's hand, "H[arriet]. S[umner].
Appleton with the regards of the Translator." Book label of her son, W. S.
Appleton, in all three volumes.


HWL 213 Dante Alighieri. The Divine Comedy.
3 vols. London, 1867.
BAL 12146 (British-printed edition). Vol. I, first state, signature mark R* not
present. Green cloth. Published simultaneously with the American edition.
f Ink signature of "Mrs. Burdon" on all title-pages. Label in all three volumes
of Warren Booksellers, Edwards Terrace, Kensington, W.


HWL 214 The Lady's Almanac for the Year 1868. Boston [1867]
BAL 5:604. Pp. 1-159. Blue cloth. I Reprints "Children," pp. 85-86.


HWL 215 The Public Ledger Building, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, 1868.
Not in BAL. Pp. [Ci-[x], 1-186. Purple cloth. i Prints a letter of Long-
fellow, p. 140.


HWL 216 Oliver Wendell Holmes. Lines Read at a Farewell Dinner
Given to Longfellow, Before His Departure for Europe,
May 27, 1868. [Boston, 1868]

BAL 8861 (Holmes). Single sheet folded to four pages, text on pp. [1]-3.
i Signed by Holmes beneath his printed initials; bookplate of Carroll Atwood
Wilson.









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HWL 217 The New England Tragedies. I. Wenlock Christison. II.
Giles Corey of the Salem Farms. [Cambridge] 1868.
BAL 12148. Three-quarter green morroco. Privately printed, "Only ten
copies No. 2." Inscribed by Longfellow on the front flyleaf, "George
W. Greene, with affectionate regards of the Author. May 6, 1868." Book-
plates of Jacob Chester Chamberlain and Walter Thomas Wallace. 5 For
Longfellow's letters to Greene about this work see HWL MS 14, 15.


HWL 218 The New England Tragedies. I. John Endicott. II. Giles
Corey of the Salem Farms. Boston, 1868.
BAL 12150. First binding, with hollow lozenges. Purple cloth. f Bookplate
of the Rev. Henry Russell Talbot. Gift of the Howe Society. f PDH copy in
later green cloth.

HWL 219 The VNew England Tragedies. London, 1868.
BAL 12150, printing A. Green cloth. Published simultaneously with the
American edition. f Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper,
"Mrs. George Routledge with the compliments of the Author. October 10,
1868." Mrs. Routledge was the wife of the publisher. Another copy with
signature, "Dendy Agate 11/2/76." f Another copy in blue cloth. Gift of
the Howe Society. S Another copy, printing B, in unrecorded brown cloth
and with spine lettered in italic rather than roman type, publisher's imprint
smaller. Gift of the Howe Society.

HWL 220 The Atlantic Monthly. July, 1870. Boston, 1870.
First prints "The Alarm-Bell of Atri," pp. 1-3.

HWL 221 The Atlantic Monthly. September, 1870. Boston, 1870.
First printing of three (of four) poems with general title, "A Handful of
Translations," pp. 359-362. "My Secret" was printed in Gifts of Genius,
1859 (HWL 164).

HWL 222 The Building of the Ship. Boston, 1870.
BAL 12511. Pp. [1]-79. Publisher's full brown morocco. First complete,
separate edition. fS Bookplate of Philip Greely Brown.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW


HWL 223 The Poets and Poetry of Europe ... A .N'ew Edition, Re-
vised and Enlarged. Philadelphia, 1871.
BAL 12155. Livingston, pp. 78-79. Green cloth. [ A 138-page supplement
contains the first printing of eight poems translated by Longfellow, other-
wise a reprint. If Inscribed by Longfellow, "Mr. Bigelow with best regards
of Henry W. Longfellow. Nov. 28, 1870."



HWL 224 The Divine Tragedy. Boston, 1871.
BAL 12157. Large paper format. Purple cloth. I Ink inscription, "Papa &
Mary, New York 1872, David Guillod." Gift of the Howe Society. 5 PDH
copy on small paper, in green cloth.



HWL 225 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1871. Boston, 1871.
First prints "The Fugitive," pp. 15-17.


HWL 226 Winter Poems by Favorite American Poets.
Boston, 1871.
BAL 5:605. Pp. [i]-x, [11]-[56]. Red cloth. f Reprints "The Golden
Mile-stone," pp. [2 1-24, "Woods in Winter," pp. [45]-47, and "Midnight
Mass for the Dying Year," pp. [51]-55. f "A.G.R." in pencil on front
flyleaf.


HWL 227 Balloon Post, .No. L Boston, 1871.
BAL 12252 (C). Pp. [1]-12. Printed wrappers. If Early printing of "There
Was a Little Girl" (anonymous poem with music), perhaps by Longfellow.
f Accompanied by Nos. II-VI, making a complete set of this occasional
newspaper.


HWL 228 The Atlantic Monthly. May, 1871. Boston, 1871.
First prints "Vox Populi," p. 572.









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HWL 229 The Atlantic Monthly. July, 1871. Boston, 1871.
First prints "The Boy and the Brook," p. 20. f "C. Waitt" pencilled on
front wrapper.


HWL 230 The Atlantic Monthly. December, 1871. Boston, 1871.
First prints "The Legend Beautiful," pp. 657-660. 5 "Waitt" pencilled on
front wrapper.


HWL 231 John Greenleaf Whittier, ed. Child Life: a Collection of
Poems. Boston, 1872.
BAL 5:606. Pp. [iJ-[xiv], [1]-268. Orange cloth. Sf Reprints "Hiawatha's
Childhood," pp. 117-120, and "The Children's Hour," pp. [185]-187. [
Inscription on free front endpaper, "L.A.W. from Aunt Julia, Dec. 25, 1871."
The similarity of hands here and in ENE 70 suggests "Aunt Julia" may have
been Noah Webster's daughter, Julia Webster Goodrich.


HWL 232 Reception ... of the Union League ... to George H. Boker.
Philadelphia, 1872.
B AL 1:247 (Boker). Pp. C[1-71. Tan wrappers. f First prints a Longfellow
letter, pp. 61-62.


HWL 233 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1872.
First prints "Lady Wentworth," pp. 1-4.


HWL 234 The Atlantic Monthly. March, 1872.
First prints "The Baron of St. Castine," pp. 332-337. [
called on front wrapper.


HWL 235 The Atlantic Monthly. April, 1872.
First prints "The Ballad of Carmilhan," pp. 389-394.


Boston, 1872.




Boston, 1872.
"C. Waitt" pen-



Boston, 1872.










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HWL 236 Proof Sheets, "The Student's Second Tale. The Baron of St.
Castine." [Boston, 1872]
Page-proofs, paged 86-105, printed on one side only. If Proofs of the poem
as published in Three Books of Song, 1872 (HWL 238). I In a contemporary
hand on first blank page, "This proof sheet was given to Miss Rosie Fay by
Mr. Longfellow before the poem was published. Rose was visiting at his
house at the time, & thus it happened that Mr L. passed it over to her."


HWL 237 The Pellet. April 15-27, 1872.


Boston, 1872.


BAL 12158, ten numbers in one volume, printed wrappers, as issued. [ First
prints "Anaesthesia," No. 1, p. 7. At p. 12 of No. 5 appears "Vox Populi,"
first printed in the Atlantic Monthly (HWL 228).


HWL 238 Three Books of Song.


Boston, 1872.


BAL 12159. Green cloth. f Ink stamp, "John N. Tilton, Thorndike, Me.,"
on free front endpaper.


HWL 239


Christus. A Mystery. Part I. The Divine Tragedy. [Part
II. The Golden Legend.] [Part III. The JNew England
Tragedies.] 3 vols. Boston, 1872.


BAL 12160. Livingston, pp. 83-84. Green cloth. f First prints "The Abbot
Joachim," "Martin Luther," and "Finale. St. John." f Pencil signature of
"Minnie Sills, Utica, April, 1873."


HWL 240 Poetical Works.


Boston, 1872.


BAL 12524. Pp. [i-ii], [i]-xiv, 1-504. Red cloth. If Inscribed by Longfel-
low, on the free front endpaper, to his daughter: "Edith Longfellow with her
Father's love. Christmas 1873."


HWL 241 The Atlantic Monthly. May, 1873.
First prints "Scanderbeg," pp. 618-621.


Boston, 1873.










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HWL 242 The Atlantic Monthly. September, 1873. Boston, 1873.
First prints "The Rhyme of Sir Christopher," pp. 332-335.


HWL 243 Aftermath.


London, 1873.


BAL 12164, first state. Green V cloth. Published simultaneously with the
American edition. f Inscription on free front endpaper, "Georgiana Hemery
Sept" 17th 1873." With label, "C. Le Feuvre, Bookseller, Beresford Library,
Jersey."


HWL 244 Aftermath.


Boston, 1873.


BAL 12164. Purple C cloth. Published simultaneously with the English edi-
tion. Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "S[amuel]
W[ard] hommage de l'auteur. 1873." Beneath this, in the recipient's hand,
"I.P.B.D. hommage de S.W." Longfellow met Samuel Ward, lobbyist, finan-
cier, and author, in Heidelberg when both were young and they remained
life-long friends. Bookplate of William Wilton Phipps.


HWL 245


Etta Maria Austin, comp. Little People of God and What
the Poets Have Said of Them. Boston, 1874.


BAL 5:606. Pp. [i-iv], 1-170. Terra-cotta cloth. fS Reprints "Weariness,"
p. 122; "The Children's Hour," pp. 127-129; and "The Castle-Builder," pp.
163-164.


HWL 246


Cambridge, Oct. 28, 1873. Dear Mr. Bradford.
[Boston, ca. 1874]


Not in BAL. Single sheet folded once, text on p. [1]. White laid paper.
21 x 14.5 cm. I Apparently printed by Charles F. Bradford, the recipient of
Longfellow's letter puffing his "Index to Clemencin's Notes on Don Quixote."
No other copy located. Gift of George T. Goodspeed.


HWL 247 The Hanging of the Crane.


Boston, 1874.


BAL 12166. U.S. copyright printing B. Printed self-wrapper. The private









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 53

copyright printing of which only a few copies are known. 5[ This came to
PDH from W. S. Appleton's heirs and has the author's ink signature on the
title-page, dated 1874.


HWL 248 The Hanging of the Crane. Boston, 1875.
BAL 12166. Terra-cotta C cloth. I Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front
endpaper, "James R. Lowell with affectionate regards of the Author. Nov. 17,
1874." And on the front flyleaf, in the hand of Lowell's granddaughter,
"Esther Lowell Cunningham, Elmwood 1912." Another copy, uninscribed.


HWL 249 The Hanging of the Crane. London, 1875.
BAL 12166. Terra-cotta cloth. Probably precedes the American edition, al-
though intended to be issued simultaneously. Sf Inscribed on free front end-
paper, "Maude Lilian Young from Uncle Fred. Christmas 1874." Label of
"Jackson. Bookseller. Leeds."


HWL 250 The Atlantic Monthly. December, 1874. Boston, 1874.
First prints "Cadenabbia," pp. 662-663. F Printed address label, "L.G.S.
Boyd, 135 Danforth st."


HWL 251 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1875. Boston, 1875.
First prints "The Old Bridge at Florence" and "Charles Sumner," pp. 15 and
25.


HWL 252 Ralph Waldo Emerson, ed. Parnassus. Boston, 1875.
BAL 5:607. Pp. [i-ii), [i]-xlii, [1]-534. Black cloth. SF Reprints seven
poems. f Inscription on verso of front flyleaf, "Dr. W.B. Carpenter, F.R.S.
With regards of the Editor. 1 January, 1875." Signature on title page, "Phip-
son.


HWL 253 The Ark. February 22, 1875. Boston, 1875.
B AL 12167. Nos. 1-8, a complete set of this occasional newspaper. Half sheep.









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I First prints "A Nameless Grave" and Longfellow's introductory note. I
Bookplate of the Essex Institute, Salem, in 1967.


HWL 254 The Atlantic Monthly. February, 1875. Boston, 1875.
First prints "Monte Cassino," pp. 161-162.


HWL 255 The Atlantic Monthly. May, 1875. Boston, 1875.
First prints "Amalfi," pp. 513-515.


HWL 256 Harper's .New Monthly Magazine. August, 1875.
New York, 1875.
First periodical printing of "Morituri Salutamus," pp. 442-446. Preceded by
a privately printed pamphlet of which only one copy is known (University of
Virginia).


HWL 257 The Masque of Pandora and Other Poems. Boston, 1875.
BAL 12170, first printing. Terra-cotta C cloth. f Inscribed by Longfellow
on the free front endpaper, "From the author. 1875." The flyleaf opposite is
signed "Francis Lowell Burnett, M.D. Elmwood, 1912. J.R.L." Dr. Burnett
was J. R. Lowell's grandson; in 1912 the contents of "Elmwood" were
divided by the Lowell family.


HWL 258 The Masque of Pandora and Other Poems. London, 1875.
BAL 12171. Terra-cotta cloth. Two copies, one with newspaper cuttings
pasted to advertisements at end.


HWL 259 The Alarm-Bell of Atri. [Boston, after 1872]
BAL 12156, note. Single sheet folded to four pages, cut of horse tolling bell on
p. [1I, blue paper, 22.5 x 14.5 cm. Reading "How swift the happy days in
Atri sped," so printed after Longfellow revised the text in 1872, and "Pre-










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 55

sented to the public by a member of the Massachusetts Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Animals," bottom of p. [4]. J Another printing has
the earlier text but "(Reprinted for the Fair of February, 1875)" at head of
title.


HWL 260 William F. Gill, ed. Laurel Leaves. Original Poems,
Stories, and Essays. Boston, 1876.
BAL 5:608. Pp. [i-ii), [i]-xv, [16]-446. Green cloth. I Reprints "Amalfi,"
pp. 21-26.


HWL 261 John Greenleaf Whittier, ed. Songs of Three Centuries.
Boston, 1876.
BAL 11341 (Larcom). Pp. i[Q-xxviii, [1]-352. Household Edition. Terra-
cotta cloth. Reprints six poems, pp. 207-211. Another copy, Holiday Edition,
in green cloth.


HWL 262 Poems of Places. Vols. 1-8 Boston, 1876.
Vols. 9-18 Boston, 1877.
Vols. 19-24 Boston, 1878.
Vols. 25-31 Boston, 1879.
BAL 12172-9, 12182-8, 12190, 12192-3, 12201-4, 12206, 12208-9, 12211,
12213-6. Livingston, pp. 90-94. All bindings first state except Vols. 6
through 10, which are second state. Cloth, bound for presentation in various
colors and combinations. JI Edited, selected, and arranged by Longfellow,
with first printings of twelve of his poems and eleven translations. f Each
volume is inscribed by Longfellow to John Owen on or near the day of publi-
cation, as follows: England, Vols. 1 and 2, "John Owen From the Editor Sept.
13, 1876"; Vols. 3 and 4, "John Owen From the Editor, Sept. 1876"; Ireland,
"John Owen, From the Editor. Oct. 23, 1876"; Scotland, Vol. 1, "J.O. from
H.W.L. 1876," Vols. 2 and 3, "John Owen 1876"; France, Vol. 1, Spain, Vol.
1, Switzerland, Vol. 1, Germany, Vol. 1, inscribed "J.O. from H.W.L. 1877";
Greece, "J.O. from H.W.L. Feb. 6,1878"; Russia, "J.O.from H.W.L. April 14,
1878"; Asia Vols. 1-3, "J.O. from H.W.L. 1878"; Africa, "J.O. from H.W.L.
1878"; .New England, Vol. I, J.O.fromH.W.L. Dec. 14, 1878"; British America
Western States, Southern States, Oceanica, inscribed "J.O. from H.W.L. 1879";










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Middle States, "J.O. from H.W.L. Feb. 12, 1879." Another copy of British
America is inscribed, "Charles Sangster with compliments and thanks of the
Editor. June 8, 1879," "Hattie E. Wrenshall" and "bought from Sangster
library." Sangster wrote ten of the poems in this volume. ff John Owen
attended Portland Academy and Bowdoin College with Longfellow and pub-
lished six of Longfellow's early books before going bankrupt in 1848. He is
said to have assisted his friend in preparing Poems of Places. Owen became a
bore to the Longfellow family. He would drop in saying, "Owin' to the in-
clemency of the weather ," so that Longfellow's daughters called him
"Mr. Owen to the inclemency of the weather."


HWL 263 Longfellow's Holiday Poem. The Skeleton in Armor.
Boston [1876]
Not in BAL. Pink card heliotyped in black, illustrated, one side only, 17.5 x 14
cm. [ An advertisement by James R. Osgood and Company for HWL 264.
i Note on verso in unknown hand, "November-1876-'Holiday poem'-Xmas
'76."


HWL 264 The Skeleton in Armor. Boston, 1877.
BAL 12550. Pp. [1-96]. Full brown morocco. Illustrated reprint from HWL
85. I Bookplate of Philip Greely Brown.


HWL 265 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1877. Boston, 1877.
First prints "The Herons of Elmwood," pp. 18-19, referring to "the poet's
house," so "Elmwood" must be James Russell Lowell's Cambridge house,
now owned by Harvard.


HWL 266 The Atlantic Monthly. February, 1877. Boston, 1877.
First prints "A Dutch Picture," pp. 176-177.


HWL 267 The Atlantic Monthly. March, 1877. Boston, 1877.
First prints "A Rosary of Sonnets" (five poems), pp. 293-294. S[ Ink sig-
nature on wrapper, "G.R. Hallam."









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 57

HWL 268 The Atlantic Monthly. April, 1877. Boston, 1877.
First prints "A Ballad of the French Fleet," pp. 446-447.


HWL 269 The Atlantic Monthly. May, 1877. Boston, 1877.
First prints "Castles in Spain," pp. 601-603. Pencil signature on wrapper,
"B.L. Randall."

HWL 270 Keramos. [Cambridge, 1877]
BAL 12189. Six folded leaves, sewn, caption title. Full ochre crushed levant
slipcase, extra gilt, brown morocco inlay, by Bradstreet. Sf Privately printed
for Longfellow's own use; only six copies recorded, three of them now at
Harvard, one lost, one at the University of Virginia. Sf The first printing,
differing textually from all others. 51 Bookplate of John A. Spoor; formerly
in the Chamberlain and Wakeman collections.


HWL 271 Golden Songs of Great Poets. New York, 1877.
BAL 12191. Pp. [1-94]. Black morocco, the poets' signatures facsimiled on
front cover in gilt: W. C. Bryant, H.W.L., J. G. Whittier, J. R. Lowell,
Bayard Taylor, O. W. Holmes. IJ First prints "The Poets."


HWL 272 The Atlantic Monthly. December, 1877. Boston, 1877.
First prints "Wapentake. To Alfred Tennyson," p. 731.


HWL 273 A Ballad of the French Fleet. October 1746.
[Boston? 1877?]
BAL 12194, printing A. Cardboard covers, silk tie. f Text in autograph
facsimile.

HWL 274 Poems of the Old South. Boston, 1877.
BAL 12194, printing B. Pp. [i-iv], [1]-35. Light brown cloth. "Published
for the Benefit of the Old South Preservation Fund" on copyright page. [
Prints "A Ballad of the French Fleet," pp. [3]-7. Another copy in dark
brown cloth.









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HWL 275 Everett W. Burdett. History of the Old South Meeting-
House in Boston. Boston, 1877.
BAL 12194, printing B, note. Pp. [i-viii], [3]-106. Printed gray wrappers.
I Prints "A Ballad of the French Fleet," pp. 105-106.


HWL 276 Entry cancelled.


HWL 277


Coventry Patmore, ed. Bryan Waller Proctor An
Autobiographical Fragment and Biographical J.otes.
Boston, 1877.


Not in BAL. Pp. CiJ-xiv, [1]-306. Green cloth. I First prints three Long-
fellow letters at pp. 295-296, 298-800, dated November 28th, 1847, Novem-
ber 29th, 1852, and June 15th, 1853. [ Pencil signature on front flyleaf of
Charles Lanman, the American author, explorer and artist.


HWL 278 Excelsior.


Boston, 1878.


BAL 12562. Pp. []-35, blue-green cloth. Four illustrations by Winslow
Homer. S On front flyleaf, "Harold W. Eames, from Mrs. Osborne '05."


HWL 279 The Atlantic Monthly. January, 1878.
First prints "The Leap of Roushan Beg," pp. 30-31.


HWL 280 The Atlantic Monthly. February, 1878.
First prints "Song," pp. 235-236.


HWL 281 The Atlantic Monthly. March, 1878.


Boston, 1878.


Boston, 1878.


Boston, 1878.


First prints "Another Rosary of Sonnets" (three poems), pp. 286-288, and
"The White Czar," pp. 365-366.









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HWL 282 Keramos and Other Poems. Boston, 1878.
BAL 12199. First binding. Green S cloth. Published simultaneously with the
London edition. If Inscribed by Longfellow on the free front endpaper to
Mrs. Charles Eliot Norton, "Mrs. Norton with affectionate regards of the
Author. May 20, 1878." I Another copy in terra-cotta S cloth, inscribed
"Jennie S. Crosby. Xmas 1879 From her friend Sara Marston."


HWL 283 Keramos and Other Poems. London, 1878.
BAL 12199. Trimmed copy, purple C cloth. Published simultaneously with the
Boston edition.


HWL 284 The Early Poems ... VNow First Collected.
London, 1878.
BAL 12205. Binding A, green cloth. f Contains twenty-one poems of which
nine are here first collected. Edited by Richard Herne Shepherd.


HWL 285 Ella Farman, ed. The Children's Almanacfor 1879-80-81-
82-83. Boston [1878]
BAL 12207. Livingston, pp. 99-101. Red cloth. First prints "January." f In-
scribed by Longfellow, "Fanny G. Curtis with good wishes of her Uncle
Henry. Christmas, 1878." In pencil on back pastedown, "from F.G.C. Jan.
28, 1945 to W.S.A.," presumably Appleton.


HWL 286 Russell H. Conwell. The Life, Travels, and Literary
Career of Bayard Taylor. Boston, 1879.
BAL 12210, note. Pp. [1]-360. Green cloth. f First book printing of "Bay-
ard Taylor," Longfellow's memorial verse read by Oliver Wendell Holmes at
the service for Taylor. f Signed on front flyleaf, "Chas. Stott April 1879."
Bookplates of Stott and Carroll Atwood Wilson.


HWL 287 From My Arm-Chair. To the Children of Cambridge.
[Cambridge, 1879]
BAL 12212. Proof, single leaf folded to four pages. Two copies known, the









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other at Virginia. f This copy has Longfellow's pencilled changes for the
printer, explaining the children's gift of a "chair, made from the wood of the
Village Blacksmith's chestnut tree." I See Plate I.


HWL 288 From My Arm-Chair. To the Children of Cambridge.
[Cambridge, 1879]
BAL 12212. Published edition A.


HWL 289 From My Arm-Chair. To the Children of Cambridge.
[Cambridge, 1879]
BAL 12212. Published edition C. Signed at end, "Henry W. Longfellow."


HWL 290 The Atlantic Monthly. March, 1879. Boston, 1879.
First prints "The Chamber Over the Gate," pp. 368-369. f Printed sub-
scriber's label, "43 [volume number] Prof Judson Smith 79 [year]."


HWL 291 The Atlantic Monthly. April, 1879. Boston, 1879.
First prints "The Burial of the Poet," p. 517. f Prof. Judson Smith's sub-
scriber's label.


HWL 292 Entry deleted.


HWL 293 The Old Fashioned Mother Goose' [sic] Melodies Complete
with Magic Colored Pictures. [New York] 1879.
BAL 12252 (H). Pp. [1-96]. Blue cloth. Transformation picture book. f
Reprints "There Was a Little Girl," p. [15]. I Inscribed on front flyleaf,
"Isabel from E.O.S. Christmas, 1879."


HWL 294 The Atlantic Monthly. February, 1880. Boston, 1880.
First prints "Helen of Tyre," pp. 252-253.













FROM MY ARM-CHAIR.


TO THE CHILDREN OF CAMBRIDGE,

SVho presented 0t to me on my Seventy-second Birthday,

v1 1'4 #s&4 uL FEBRUARY 27a, 879-, dii vwVO &AA. 'r .


A M I a king, that I should call my ownl
This splendid ebon throne? JLctl IIUs
Or by what reason, or what right divine,.
Can I proclaim it mine ?


Only, perhaps, by .right divine of song
( Mayito me belong;
Only because the spreading chestnut-tree
Of old was sung by me,


PLATE I: Corrected Proof (HWL 287)


ur









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HWL 295 The Atlantic Monthly. June, 1880. Boston, 1880.
First prints "The Poet and His Songs," pp. 805-806. 5i Subscriber's printed
label, "Episcopal Methodist."

HWL 296 Ultima Thule. London, 1880.
BAL 12222. Unrecorded original binding of green S cloth. Issued simulta-
neously with the Boston edition? I Bookplate of Philip Greely Brown.


HWL 297 Ultima Thule. Boston, 1880.
BAL 12223. Blue V cloth. Issued simultaneously with the London edition? The
last of Longfellow's books to be published during his lifetime. f Inscribed by
Longfellow on the free front endpaper, "William Wood with kind regards of
the Author. September 25, 1880." SI Another copy in original limp white
cloth, not seen by BAL.

HWL 298 Charlotte Fiske Bates, ed. The Longfellow Birthday-
Book. Boston, 1881.
BAL 12593. Pp. [i]-iv, 1-398. Gray cloth.


HWL 299 The Atlantic Monthly. June, 1881. Boston, 1881.
First prints "Auf Wiedersehen," p. [876].


HWL 300 The Dante Society ... proposes to print the hitherto inedited
Latin comment on the Divine Comedy by Benvenuto da
Imola ... Cambridge, 1881.
BAL 12226. Single leaf, printed on one side only. Prospectus. f Longfellow
has written his order at the bottom, "Henry W. Longfellow. Two Copies."


HWL 301 Robert P. Clapp, ed. Exercises in Celebrating the Two
Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Settlement of
Cambridge. Cambridge, 1881.
BAL 12227. Livingston, p. 107. Orange cloth. First prints Longfellow's









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address to the children of Cambridge entitled "Remarks," pp. 29-30. Also
reprints "From My Arm-Chair," pp. 30-32.


HWL 302


Helen Leah Reed, ed. "The City and the Sea," with Other
Cambridge Contributions, in Aid of the Hospital Fund.


Cambridge, 1881.
BAL 12228. Livingston, p. 106. Black cloth. First prints "The City and the
Sea." SI Book label of Ellen Twisleton Parkman.


HWL 303 On account of illness, Mr. Longfellow finds it impossible to
answer any letters. Cambridge [1881]
BAL 12231. Single cut sheet folded to four pages, with text on p. [1] only.
S This copy was sent out 16 March 1882, as dated in ink at bottom of text. At
top of text, in unknown hand, "died March 24, 1882." Pp. [2-3] contain a
manuscript dictated note to "Mr. Woollett" signed by Longfellow (HWL
MS 19).


HWL 304


Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. A Biographical Sketch Pre-
pared Especially for Schools,for Celebrations of Longfellow's
Birthday, and for Students of His Writings.
[Boston, 1882]


Not in BAL. Pp. [1-8]. Printed self-wrapper. Imprint: Boston, Mass. Hough-
ton, Mifflin and Company. 5I Advertising Longfellow's books.


HWL 305 The Poets' Tributes to Garfield.


Cambridge, 1882.


BAL 5:611. Pp. [i-ii], [1]-168. Brown cloth. fS Reprints "President Gar-
field," p. 81.


HWL 306


Blanche Roosevelt Tucker-Macchetta. The Home Life of
Henry W. Longfellow. New York, 1882.


BAL 12252 (I) and p. 636. Pp. [1]-248. Brown cloth, binding B. f Contains
a facsimile of a four-page Longfellow letter, dated Cambridge, 14 March









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1882, and prints "There Was a Little Girl," p. 90. f Inscribed "Theo W.
Meyers with the author's sincere regards Blanche R. Macchetta, May 11
1882." Bookplate of William W. Gay.


HWL 307 The Atlantic Monthly. May, 1882.
First prints "Mad River," pp. 596-597.


HWL 308 The Atlantic Monthly. June, 1882.


Boston, 1882.


Boston, 1882.


First prints "Decoration Day," p. 807. 9 Printed subscription label for
Prof. Judson Smith.


HWL 309 Richard Henry Stoddard, ed. Henry Wadsworth Long-
fellow. A Medley in Prose and Verse.
New York, 1882.
BAL 12237. Livingston, pp. 109-111. Green S cloth. f First book printing
of several letters, and of "The Soul. An Extract from an Unpublished Poem,"
which appeared in The Knickerbocker for January, 1835, and six lines of un-
titled verse published in Century Magazine, June ,1882. j Bookplate of W. S.
Appleton.


HWL 310 In the Harbor. Ultima Thule.-Part II.


Boston, 1882.


BAL 12239, first issue. Blue cloth. The first posthumous book. T Ink sig-
nature on free front endpaper, "Fred H. Day, Norwood, Mass. Nov. 12,
1882."


HWL 311 The Atlantic Monthly. July, 1882.


Boston, 1882.


First prints "The Bells of San Blas," pp. 42-43, composed in the week before
Longfellow's death. f Pencil signature, "E. Davis," on front wrapper.


HWL 312 Cambridge, March 13, 1882.


[New York, 1882?]


BAL 12241. Single cut sheet folded to four pages, p. [4 blank. f Facsimile









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of an autograph letter signed, to Lorenz Reich. I The letter thanks Reich
for a gift of wine ("Tokayer Ausbruch"), and was used by him as an adver-
tisement.


HWL 313


Nahant, Aug 20, 1881.


[Philadelphia, ca. 1882]


BAL 12245. Single cut sheet, folded to four pages, with text on p. [1] only.
The only recorded copy. Facsimile of an autograph letter signed to George
Barrie, publisher (in 1882) of a steel engraving of Longfellow by W. E.
Marshall. HWL writes that he will sign one thousand copies, but only a few
were done before he died. A signed print, and one in cancelled state, have
been added by PDH's son-in-law Charles A. Rheault. See frontispiece.



HWL 314 Massachusetts Historical Society. Tributes to Longfellow
and Emerson. Boston, 1882.
BAL 5:637. Printed boards. SI Contains O. W. Holmes's eulogy for Long-
fellow, pp. 13-22.


HWL 315


Massachusetts Historical Society. Proceedings .from
January to June, 1882. [Boston, 1882]


BAL 8963, C (Holmes). Printed wrappers. 5f Prints O. W. Holmes's eulogy
for Longfellow, pp. 269-275.


HWL 316 Old St. David's at Radnor.


Bradford, 1882.


BAL 12613. Single leaf printed on one side only. 5 The church was estab-
lished in Pennsylvania by English missionaries under Queen Anne.


HWL 317 [The Arrow and the Song]


[Cambridge, 1882]


BAL 12815A. Single cut sheet folded to four pages. T5 The poem is a facsimile
of Longfellow's manuscript.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 65

HWL 318 Flower-de-Luce. Reproduced in Facsimilefrom the Original
MS. Illustrated by Isaac Sprague. Boston, 1883.
BAL 12249, first issue. Flexible illuminated boards, fringed, tied with silk
ribbon. S Inscribed inside front cover, "For Carrie from Grandma Barlow."


HWL 319 The Atlantic Monthly. January, February, March, 1883.
Boston, 1883.
First printing of "Michael Angelo," January, pp. 1-35; February, pp. 145-
170; March, pp. 289-319.


HWL 320 Michael Angelo a Dramatic Poem. London [1883]
BAL 12250, reprint D. Pp. [i]-ix, [s]-184. Pictorial green cloth, stamped in
black and maroon.


HWL 321 "There Was a Little Girl." New York [1883]
BAL 12252. Pp. [1-20]. Pictorial boards, cloth spine. If Illustrated by Bertha
M. Schaeffer. Expanded with verses not by Longfellow.


HWL 322 Alexander Ireland, ed. The Book-Lover's Enchiridion:
Thoughts on the Solace and Companionship of Books.
London, 1883.
Not in BAL. Pp. [i]-xx], [1]-478. Green cloth. Published by Simpkin,
Marshall & Co. "Third edition." 5 Reprints "My Books," p. 321, and four
lines from "Sonnet to Mrs. Fanny Kemble," p. 320. Inscription on half
title, "To a 'Book-Lover' from his friend A.O.S. 1884." Ticket on back end-
paper: James Gemmel Bookseller & Publisher Edinburgh.


HWL 323 John M. Forbes, ed. An Old Scrap-Book.
[Cambridge] 1884.
BAL 5:612. Pp. Ci]-[xxxvi], 1-659. Green morocco. S Reprints eleven
poems. [ Inscribed by Forbes, "Mary A. Cunningham from J.M.F. 8 Feb
84."









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HWL 324


[K. S. B. McDowell]. Suwanee River Tales.
Boston, 1884.


BAL 12255. Pp. [i]-xii, [1]-303. Red cloth. Pseudonym: Sherwood Bonner.
5I First prints "Qu'elle est belle la marquise," an untitled poem in French. SI
Inscription on front flyleaf, "Clara M. Bierce A merry Christmas from Aunt
Hattie." Another copy in green cloth.


HWL 325


Maine Historical Society. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Seventy-Eighth Birthday. Portland [1885]


BAL 5:637. Pp. [1]-54. Printed wrappers.



HWL 326 Dante Society. First-Eleventh Annual Report.
Cambridge, 1882-1892.
BAL 12256. Tan printed wrappers. The "Fourth Report" prints "Addi-
tional Notes" to Longfellow's translation of Dante. 5 Engraved card of Dr.
Calvin Gates Page, Chestnut Hill, Mass.


HWL 327


Samuel Longfellow. Life of Henry Wadsworth Long-
fellow. 2 vols. Boston, 1886.


See BAL 12258. Salesman's dummy for the large-paper issue, consisting of
titles to Vol. I and II, 2 portraits, view of Longfellow's home, 2 facsimiles of
manuscripts, 11 specimen pages of text, and 4 blank ruled pages for sub-
scribers' names. Tan boards. SI The following names are enrolled for one
copy at $6.00 each: "H. J. Cox," "T. J. McKee," "W. P. Brown," "E. J.
Smith," "W. A. Jenner," "E. L. Mead, Jr.," "J. Blackwell," "W. Z. Pope."


HWL 328


Samuel Longfellow. Life of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
2 vols. Boston, 1886.


BAL 12258. Large-paper edition. Plain boards, paper labels. Issued shortly
after the trade edition. No. 20 of 300 copies. fS Bookplate of Philip Greely
Brown.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW UT

HWL 329 The Writings of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
11 vols. Cambridge, 1886
B AL 12259, large-paper edition, variant title-pages. Boards, white cloth spines
and corners, paper labels, uncut. One of two sets, unrecorded in BAL, with
tipped-in title-pages, and on the verso, "Five hundred copies printed, of which
two copies are printed with the editor's name on the title-page, for H. E.
Scudder and T. B. Aldrich." If Aldrich's bookplate in each volume, inscribed
by him on the flyleaf of Vol. I, "This is one of two copies having Mr. Scudder's
name on the title-page as editor. See back of title-page."


HWL 330 The Village Blacksmith. London [1886]
BAL 12650, reprint C. Pp. [1-12]. Printed covers. [ Inscribed in Mrs.
Boardman's hand inside front wrapper, "From Miss Alice Longfellow 'Sweet
Alice' To Anne Calef Boardman, 1886 To Robert Calef Boardman, 1926."


HWL 331 Samuel Longfellow, ed. Final Memorials of Henry Wads-
worth Longfellow. Boston, 1887.
BAL 12260, large-paper edition. Boards, paper label, uncut. No. 20 of 300
numbered copies. [ Bookplate of Philip Greely Brown.


HWL 332 Voices of the XNight. Ballads and Other Poems.
New York, 1887.
BAL 12687. Pp. [1]-1S0. Blue cloth.


HWL 333 JNuremberg. A Poem. Nuremberg, 1887.
BAL 12682. Pp. [i]-iv, 1-13. Rebound in parchment, gilt, with seven photo-
graphs, as published, and ten more bound in.


HWL 334 Laura Winthrop Johnson, ed. Longfellow's Days. The
Longfellow Prose Birthday Book. Boston, 1888.
BAL 12689. Pp. Ci-iv], 1-421. Green cloth.









68 PARKMAN DEXTER HOWE LIBRARY

HWL 335 Longfellow Remembrance Book. A Memorialfor the Poet's
Reader-Friends. Boston [1888]
Not in BAL. Pp. [1-8], 9-116. Mauve cloth. Imprint: Boston, D Lothrop
Company, Franklin and Hawley Streets. If First prints a short poem Long-
fellow wrote in a girl's album, "She Who Comes to Me," p. 69. f Mourning
card of Mrs. James Greenleaf, with "loving Easter greetings."


HWL 336 Longfellow Statue Association. Exercises at the Unveiling
of the Statue of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Portland,
Maine, Sept. 29, 1888. Portland, 1888.
Not in BAL. Pp. [1]-41. Printed wrappers. Imprint: Portland Brown Thurs-
ton & Company 1888. f Signed at top of front wrapper, "A. Wadsworth
Longfellow"; on verso of title, "Gift of Miss M. K. Longfellow & Mrs. Lucia
Barrett 27 April 1934."

HWL 337 Nuremberg. A Poem. Second Edition.
Nuremberg [ca. 1888]
Not in BAL. Pp. [ij-iv, 1-13, plus 8 pp. advertisements. Flexible maroon
cloth. Imprint: Nuremberg Joh. Leonh. Schrag. I Signed on verso of frontis-
piece, "Mary Pearsall, 1889."

HWL 338 Amalfi. Con la Versione Italiana di Giulio Minervini.
Palermo, 1890.
Not in BAL. Pp. [1]-11. Printed wrappers. Imprint: Palermo, Tipo-litografia
A. Brangi, 1890. English and Italian text on facing pages. Signed on
title-page, "H.N. Parker, Amalfi 12th February 1894."


HWL 339 New England Magazine. January, 1891. Boston, 1891.
Contains "Christmas Bells," including facsimile autograph of the first three
stanzas, pp. 570-571.

HWL 340 Charles Francis Jenkins, ed. Quaker Poems.
Philadelphia, 1893.
BAL 5:615. Pp. [1]-271. Gray and white cloth. f Reprints "Elizabeth," pp.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 69

69-87, and "Philadelphia" Cextract from Evangeline] pp. 247-248. f Book-
plate of Carroll Atwood Wilson. Another copy, second printing, in brown
and tan cloth, corrects 1.8 on p. 106; inscribed "Josephine B. Walker From
S. R. W."

HWL 341 Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie. Cambridge, 1893.
Not in BAL. Pp. [1]-157. Vellum, gilt stamped, in silk dust wrapper. Im-
print: Cambridge, Printed at the Riverside Press, 1893; no. 147 of 150 large-
paper copies. Illustrations after F.O.C. Darley.


HWL 342 The Singers. London [1898]
B AL 12930. Nine leaves, perfect bound, etchings by Arthur Robertson, printed
boards. f Inscribed inside front cover, "To Canon Hinds Howell, with
kindest regards & best wishes for Christmas & the New Year, from Mr. &
Mrs. Henry Adams."


HWL 343 Voices of the J7ight. London [ca.1900]
Not in BAL. Pp. [1-56], pictorial yellow and white cloth. Imprint: London:
Ernest Nister, New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Printed in Bavaria. f In-
scribed on free front endpaper, "Mary Pearsall from her S. S. scholar Katie
Alexander, Xmas 1900."


HWL 344 The Courtship of Miles Standish. Adaptedfor roung Readers
by Virginia Heath. Portland, 1904.
Not in BAL. Pp. [1]-32, pictorial printed wrappers. Imprint: Copyright,
1904, L. H. Nelson Company, Portland, Maine. !f Signed inside back cover,
"J. W. Haines. Sept 2, 3, 4. 1911."


HWL 344A Emily M. Hills. The Pictured Rocks of Lake Superior and
Other Poems [Rome, 1904]
Not in BAL. Pp. [i-xviii] [1-266], vellum extra gilt, uncut, frontispiece
portrait on vellum. f First printing (facsimile) of a letter from Longfellow
to Miss Hills, dated Cambridge, March 2, 1880, discussing publication of one
of her poems. f Gift of the Howe Society.









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HWL 345 Origin and Growth of the Languages of Southern Europe
and of Their Literature. An Inaugural Address De-
livered September 2, 1830. Brunswick, 1907.
BAL 12266. Gray-green wrapper over flexible boards, paper label. No.
247 of 500 copies.


HWL 346 Luther S. Livingston, ed. A Bibliography of the First
Editions in Book Form of the Writings of Henry Wads-
worth Longfellow Compiled Largely from the Collection Formed by the Late
Jacob Chester Chamberlain. New York, 1908.
BAL 5:639. Pp. Ci-ii], [i]-xiv, [1]-131. Printed boards, leather label. No.
267 of 500 copies.


HWL 347


Coplas de Jorge Manrique. With Henry Wadsworth Long-
fellow's Rendering. [New York, 1919]


Not in BAL. Pp. [1]-53. Cloth-backed patterned boards, paper label, uncut.
No. 26 of 250 copies, the "fifth of the Sheldonian Series."


HWL 348


George Thomas Little. Longfellow's Boyhood Poems.
Saratoga Springs, 1925.


BAL 12269. Blue cloth, paper label, one of 500 copies.


HWL 349 Iris Lilian Whitman. Longfellow and Spain.
New York, 1927.
BAL 5:639. Pp. [i]-[x], 1-249, 6 pp. advertisements. Printed wrappers. I
Prints many letters and diary excerpts.


HWL 350


The Leap of Roushan Beg. A Complete Facsimile Edited
... by Arthur Christy. New York, 1931.


BAL 12808. Pp. [i-xiv], [1]-[38]. Cloth. One of 500 copies.









HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW


HWL 351 Twilight. A Poem. By Rudyard Kipling.
[New York, 1932]
BAL 5:639. Single sheet folded to four pages. No. 36 of 50 copies printed for
Harvey Taylor; signed by Taylor. I Not by Kipling, but five lines from
Longfellow's "The Discoverer of the North Cape." UF copy.

HWL 352 Lawrance Thompson. roung Longfellow (1807-1843).
New York, 1938.
BAL 5:639. Pp. [i]-[xxviii], 1-443. Red cloth.

HWL 353 Andrew Hilen. Longfellow and Scandinavia. A Study of
the Poet's Relationship with the Northern Languages and
Literature. New Haven, 1947.
BAL 5:639-640. Pp. [iJ-[x], [1]-193. Blue cloth. 5 First complete printing
of Longfellow's Scandinavian journal, 1835.

HWL 354 Manning Hawthorne. The Origin and Development of
Longfellow's "Evangeline." Portland, 1947.
Not in BAL. Pp. [1]-43. Printed wrappers. Imprint: The Anthoensen Press
Portland, Maine 1947. If Co-author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Dana.

HWL 355 Andrew Hilen, ed. The Diary of Clara Crowninshield. A
European Tour with Longfellow 1835-1836.
Seattle, 1956.
Not in B AL. Pp. [ij-xxxv, [1]-304. Blue cloth. Imprint: Seattle, University
of Washington Press, 1956. J Contains extracts from Longfellow's journals,
account books, and letters.

HWL 356 Andrew Hilen, ed. The Letters of Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow. Vols. I, II Cambridge, 1966.
Vols. III, IV Cambridge, 1972.
Not in BAL. Imprint: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press Cam-
bridge, Massachusetts. Vol. I: Pp. [i]-[xiv], 1-576, blank leaf. Vol. II: Pp.
[ij-[x], [1]-564, blank leaf. Vol. III: Pp. [i]-[xiv], 1-572, 3 blank leaves.
Vol. IV: Pp. [i]-[x], [1]-530, 2 blank leaves. Blue cloth.









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HWL 357 Nature and the Child. (To Agassiz.).
BAL 12867. Single leaf printed on one side only.


HWL 358 Sandalphon. [N.p., n.d.]
Not in BAL. Single leaf printed on one side only. I Prints the first six of
nine stanzas of this poem. See HWL 160.


[N.p., n.d.]

















INDICES



SHEET MUSIC

This index gives names of composers, provenances, and uniform titles as well
as those printed with the music; entries are not repeated elsewhere.


Allah,HWL MU 1
The Arrow and the Song, HWL MU 2
Babcock, Mary Woodruff, HWL MU
21
Baker, B.F., HWL MU 46
Balfe, M.W., HWL MU 2, 8, 9, 10,
11, 15, 16, 20, 22, 26
Barnby, Joseph, HWL MU 41
Barnett, John, HWL MU 47
The Bells, HWL MU 3
Beware, HWL MU 27, 28, 29, 30
Blockley, John, HWL MU 13, 22, 27,
38, 49, 56, 57
Bricher, T., HWL MU 36
The Bridge, HWL MU 4, 5
Brown, Francis H., HWL MU 34
Buck, Dudley, HWL MU 35
Burnap, U.C., HWL MU 50
C. Breusing, HWL MU 23
Carew, Lady, HWL MU 4
Chadwick, G.W., HWL MU 1
The Challenge of Thor, HWL MU 6
Cirillo, V., HWL MU 48
Cocks & Co., HWL MU 25
Coleridge-Taylor, S., HWL MU 37
Converse, Charles C., HWL MU 12
Cooke, Rose Terry, HWL MU 50


Curfew, HWL MU 7
Curfew Bell, HWL MU 7
Dance, Caroline Adelaide, HWL MU
28
The Day Is Done, HWL MU 8, 9, 10
Daybreak, HWL MU 11
The Death of Minnehaha, HWL MU 12
Dempster, William R., HWL MU 18,
40, 42
Dolores, HWL MU 19
The Dreary Day, HWL MU 43
Dunlop, Elizabeth L., HWL MU 52
Evangeline, HWL MU 13
Excelsior, HWL MU 14, 15, 16, 17
Foote, Arthur, HWL MU 33
Footsteps of Angels, HWL MU 18
Frederick Blume, HWL MU 31
Gatty, Alfred Scott, HWL MU 39
Geo. D. Russell, HWL MU 35
Glover, S., HWL MU 17
Good J.ight, Beloved, HWL MU 19,
20, 21
Gould, J. Edgar, HWL MU 44
Graham, W.H.J., HWL MU 21
The Green Trees Whispered Low &
Mild, HWL MU 22
Harlow, Lucy A., HWL MU 39


~t5~1~S ~~f~s~S~~ ~g~~i~ls~S ~E~~1~9 St~;~tS~-~~;~2if~L~J~' ~ ~










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 87


Hartford Music Store, HWL MU 30
Hatton, J.L., HWL MU 3, 7, 55
Hauk, Miss May, HWL MU 41
Heuberer, Charles F., HWL MU 51
Hodges, Faustina Hasse, HWL MU
23, 43
The Holy Dead, HWL MU 23
Hutchinson Family, HWL MU 14
Hymn of the Moravian .Nuns, HWL
MU 24, 25
I Knew a Maiden Fair, HWL MU 26,
27, 28, 29, 30, 31
I Would Tell Her I Love Her, HWL
MU 32
Into the Silent Land, HWL MU 33
Kenney, Geo. F., HWL MU 16
Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb, HWL
MU 23
Lindsay, Miss M., HWL MU 5, 17,
24, 25
Locke, F.O., HWL MU 5
Maybry, S.B., HWL MU 14
Minnehaha, HWL MU 34
Moulton, Charles, HWL MU 29
N.N. Gurney, HWL MU 35
The J.un of .Nidaros, HWL MU 35
Obera Will Moran Piano Tuner,
HWL MU 49
The Old Clock on the Stairs, HWL MU
36
The Old House by the Lindens, HWL
MU 38
Onaway, Awake, Beloved, HWL MU 37
The Open Window, HWL MU 38, 39


Perring, James Ernest, HWL MU 30
Pinsuti, C., HWL MU 45
A Psalm of Life, HWL MU 49
The Rainy Day, HWL MU 40,41,42,43
Reinhardt, Carl, HWL MU 52
Resignation, HWL MU 44
Robert Cocks & Co., HWL MU 25
Saga of King Olaf, HWL MU 35
Salis, HWL MU 33
Salis-Seewis, J.G. von, HWL MU 33
Schlesinger, S., HWL MU 32
The Sea Hath Its Pearls, HWL MU 45
Stars of the Summer .Night, HWL MU
46
Stay at Home, HWL MU 47, 48
Take Care, HWL MU 31
Tell Me .Not in Mournful Numbers,
HWL MU 49
To Stay at Home Is Best, HWL MU 48
Trust Her JNot, HWL MU 26
The Two Villages, HWL MU 50
Vandiver, Miss Myra, HWL MU 55
The Village Blacksmith, HWL MU 51,
52, 53, 54
Weiss, W.H., HWL MU 53, 54, 58
West, Alfred H., HWL MU 6
White, D., Jr., HWL MU 46
White, Smith & Perry, HWL MU 10
Whittlesey, Orramel, HWL MU 31
William Czerny, HWL MU 58
William G. Miller, HWL MU 42
Wreck of the Hesperus, HWL MU 55,
56, 57, 58
Young, Charlotte, HWL MU 13










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PROVENANCES

Autograph initials, signatures, and notes of ownership are transcribed here as
they are written, although they may be identified and expanded in the biblio-
graphical notes.


A., E.H., HWL 133
A., U.C., HWL 212
A., W.S., HWL 285, 309
A., W.S., Jr., HWL 212
Abbot, Edwin Hale, HWL 133
Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Henry, HWL
342
Adlington, Jos. S., HWL 33, 42
Agate, Dendy, HWL 219
Aldrich, T.B., HWL 329
Alexander, Katie, HWL 843
Alvord, Benj., HWL 197
Alvord, Gen., HWL 197
Amory, Charles, HWL 91, 108, 122
Amory, Mrs. Chs., HWL 86
Appleton, H.S., HWL 127, 212
Appleton, Harriet S., HWL 75
Appleton, Mrs. N., HWL 98, 212
Appleton, Mrs. Nathan, HWL MS 1
Appleton, W.S., HWL 123, 212, 247
Appleton family, HWL 75, 247
Ashby, J.M., HWL 178
B., S., HWL 60
Bailey, Ann Maria, HWL 97
Ball, Miss Eva, HWL 135
Barlow, Grandma, HWL 318
Barrett, Mrs. Lucia, HWL 836
Belasco, David, HWL 140
Bemis, Frank Brewer, HWL 83
Bettinson, E.W., HWL 100
Bierce, Clara M., HWL 324
Bierstadt, Edward Hale, HWL 58
Bigelow, Marshall T., HWL 207


Bigelow, Mr., HWL 223
Blackwell, J., HWL 327
Boardman, Anne Calef, HWL 330
Boardman, Robert Calef, HWL 330
Bogardus, D.F., HWL 107
Book Protectors, Inc., HWL 100
Boyd, L.G.S., HWL 250
Bradbury, B., HWL 27
Bradley, Binder, HWL 82
Bradstreet, Miss Nancy, HWL 24
Brown, D.L., HWL 11
Brown, K. [?], HWL 181
Brown, Philip Greely, HWL 63, 73,
80, 222, 264, 296, 328, 831
Brown, W.P., HWL 327
Bull, Thomas, HWL 22
Burdon, Mrs., HWL 213
Burnett, Francis Lowell, M.D.,
HWL 257
C., F.G., HWL 285
C. Le Feuvre Bookseller, HWL 243
Carpenter, Dr. W.B., F.R.S., HWL
252
Carrie, HWL 318
Chamberlain, Joseph Chester, HWL
57, 217, 270
Child, Thos. P., HWL 58
Clark, E.M., HWL 47
Cleaveland, P., HWL 2
Clemens, S.L., HWL 173
Cleveland, Henry R., HWL 64, 83
Comstock, Wm. O., HWL 157
Coolidge, F., Jr., HWL 82










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW


Coombs, G.S., HWL 3
Copeland, George W., HwL 163
Cox, H.J., HWL 327
Creamer, David, HWL 134
Cruft, Samuel B., HWL 89
Cunningham, Esther Lowell, HWL
196, 248
Cunningham, Mary A., HWL 323
Curtis, Fanny G., HWL 285
Curtis, G.W., HWL 148
Curtis, George W., HWL 135
Cutter, Miss H.L., HWL 106
D., I.P.B., HWL 244
Dana, Saml., HWL 10
Davis, E., HWL 311
Day, Fred H., HWL 310
Eames, Harold W., HWL 278
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, HWL 252
Essex Institute, HWL 253
F., J.M., HWL 323
Farrer, Miss Fanny, HWL MS 11
Faulkner, Abby L., HWL 116
Faulkner, Anne Robbins, HWL 116
Fay, Miss Rosie, HWL 236
Field, binder, HWL 162
Fields, James T., HWL 124
Fields, Mrs. James T., HWL 183
First Parish Library, HWL 119
Flossy, HWL 195
Folsom, Charles, Esq., HWL 56
Fox, Eunice M., HWL 89
Francis, A.P., HWL 150
Francis, Mrs., HWL 112
Fred, Uncle, HWL 249
Freiligrath, Ferd., HWL MS 11
Fuller, H.D., HWL 163
Fuller, S.R., HWL 211
Gay, William W., HWL 306
Gifford, Miss, HWL 165
Goddard, Henrietta, HWL 24
Gould, Edward, Jun., HWL 153


Gould, Rev. Danl., HWL 2
Gould, Revd. D., HWL 9
Greene, George W., HWL 57, 200,
217
Greenleaf, Mrs. James, HWL 335
Gribbel, John, HWL 111
Groves, John Stuart, HWL 58, 61
Guild, Eliza, HWL 85
Guillod, David, HWL 224
H., D., HWL 74
Haines, J.W., HWL 344
Hale & Roworth, HWL 181
Hall, Mrs. S.C., HWL MS 11
Hallam, G.R., HWL 267
Harvard University, HWL 104
Hattie, Aunt, HWL 324
Hawthorne, Manning, HWL 74
Hemery, Georgiana, HWL 243
Higginson, F.L., HWL 41
Hillsburgh, HWL 51
Hogan, Frank J., HWL 56
Holmes, O.W., HWL 117
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, HWL 216
Hovey, Miss Eliza B., HWL 25
Howard, Mrs. J.C., HWL 72
Howell, Canon Hinds, HWL 342
Hunt, Miss, HWL 188, 189, 191, 192
Hunt, Miss S.E., HWL 205
Huntington, Amy Low, HWL 141
Hyde, Rodney, HWL 35
Ingraham, Jos W., HWL 45
Isabel, HWL 293
Jackson, HWL 41
Jackson. Bookseller, HWL 249
James Gemmel Bookseller &
Publisher, HWL 322
Jenner, W.A., HWL 327
Johnson, Sam.1 C., HWL 14
Johnston, G.C., HWL 40
Johnston, Virginia E., HWL 111
Jones, Paulina C., HWL 98










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Judd, S., Jr., HWL 67
Judith, HWL 94
Julia, Aunt, HWL 231
Juliette, HWL 74
Kemlo, Alexander, HWL 210
Kohl, J. G., Esq., HWL 155
L, E, HWL 185
L, J, HWL 135, 138
Lancillotto, HWL 195
Lanman, Charles, HWL 277
Laugel, Mrs., HWL 185, 193
Little, Laura E., HWL 35
Livermore, J., HWL 25
Longfellow, A. Wadsworth, HWL
336
Longfellow, Alice M., HWL 171
Longfellow, Edith, HWL 240
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth,
HWL 3, 56, 57, 58, 64, 72, 74, 75,
83, 85, 86, 91, 98, 100, 101, 108,
110, 112, 115, 117, 118, 119,
122, 124, 127, 135, 138, 148,
155, 163, 171,183,185,196, 197,
200,207,212, 217, 219, 223,236,
240,244,247,248,257, 262, 282,
285, 287, 289, 297, 300, 303
Longfellow, Mary King, HWL 74
Longfellow, Miss Alice, HWL 330
Longfellow, Miss M.K., HWL 836
[Longfellow, Zilpah Wadsworth]
HWL 74
Loud, Miss Adeline B., HWL 26
Low, Mary, HWL 141
Lowell, James R., HWL 196, 248
Ludington, C.H., HWL 195
Macchetta, Blanche R., HWL 306
MacDonald, binder, HWL 88
McKee, T.J., HWL 327
Mackintosh, Mary, HWL 101
Mackintosh, Mrs. R.J., HWL MS 11
McLellan, I., Jr., HWL 58


Manning, Rebecca D., HWL 51
Mansfield, Mary, HWL 46
Marshall, Mrs. Emma, HWL MS 11
Marston, Sara, HWL 282
Mary, HWL 224
Mead, E.L., Jr., HWL 327
Merrill, Emily, HWL 98
Messinger, HWL 203
Meyers, Theo W., HWL 306
Miller, J.F., HWL 178
Mith, see W.H. Mith and Son
Morin, A.C., HWL 82
Morris, Hannah P., HWL 24
Mother, my, HWL 74
Nichols, George, HWL 100
Nichols, Susan F., HWL 100
Norton, Hon. Mrs., HWL MS 11
Norton, Mr., HWL 75
Norton, Mrs., HWL 118, 138, 163,
282
0., J., HWL 262
Odel, A.J., HWL 146
Osborne, Mrs., HWL 278
Owen, John, HWL 262
Pabodie, William J., HWL 74
Page, Dr. Calvin Gates, HWL 326
Page, E.G. and G.C., HWL 44
Page, J., HWL 9
Papa, HWL 224
Parker, H.N., HWL 338
Parkman, C.H., HWL 99
Parkman, Ellen Twisleton, HWL 302
Parks, Miss Bessie Raynes, HWL
MS 11
Pearsall, Mary, HWL 337, 343
Perkins, Oliver Henry, HWL 130
Peters and Gould, HWL 87
Petit, Henri W., HWL 35
Phipps, William Wilton, HWL 244
Phipson, HWL 252
Pierce, Anne L., HWL 110










HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 91


Pierce, G.A., HWL 110
Pierce, Georgianna, HWL 110
Pike, John, HWL 28
Pope, W.Z., HWL 327
Portsmouth Public Library, HWL 52
Pyle, Howard, HWL 58
R., A.G., IIWL 226
Randall, B.L., HWL 269
Richardson, Mr. James, HWL MS 10
Ross, Robert, HWL 167
Routledge, Mrs. George, HWL 219
Russell, C.C., HWL 158
S., A.O., HWL 322
S., E.O., HWL 293
S., J., HWL 181
Sangster, Charles, HWL 262
Savage, HWL 46
Schofield, H., HWL 134
Selden, A.W., HWL 145
Short, Emma H., HWL 46
Sills, Minnie, HWL 239
Smith, B.G., HWL 199
Smith, Caroline M., HWL 75
Smith, E.J., HWL 327
Smith, Prof. Judson, HWL 290, 291,
308
Smith, Sewall, HWL 61
Social Library, Framingham, HWL
50
Spoor, John A., HWL 270
Stevens, S.C., HWL 14
Stott, Chas., HWL 286
Sumner, Miss Harriet, HWL MS 1
Talbot, Rev. Henry Russell, HWL
218
Taylor, Harvey, HWL 351
Thompson, Hy., HWL 147


Thompson, Launt, HWL 195
Tilton, John N., HWL 238
Tuckerman, Henry T., HWL 65
Tufts, Hattie E., HWL 211
Turner, Mary W., HWL 183
Upham, Jos. B., HWL 52
W., H.L., HWL 24
W., L.A., HWL 231
W, S, HWL 244
W., S.R., HWL 340
W.H. Mith and Son, HWL 128
Waitt, HWL 230
Waitt, C., HWL 229, 234
Wakeman, Stephen H., HWL 74,
167, 187, 270
Walker, Josephine B., HWL 840
Wallace, Walter Thomas, HWL 217
Warren, Uncle, HWL 94
Warren Booksellers, HWL 213
Watson, Miss Mary, HWL 26
Watson, S.M., HWL 26
Weiss, M.H., HWL 114
Weld, Caroline, HWL 55
Weld, Eugene, HWL 115
Whipple & Smith, HWL 205
White, Austin Treadwell, HWL 100
White, W.A., HWL 104
Wilson, Carroll Atwood, HWL 146,
169,172,177,178,216,286,340
Winter, William, HWL 140
Winter, William Jefferson, HWL 140
Wm & Sarah, HWL 99
Wood, William, HWL 297
Woodman, HWL 9
Woollett, Mr., HWL 303
Wrenshall, Hattie E., HWL 262
Young, Maude Lilian, HWL 249










PARKMAN DEXTER HOWE LIBRARY


AUTHORS AND TITLES

For sheet music, see p. 86. Since they were published without distin-
guishing titles, the index includes the first lines of the six Dante sonnets.


Abbot, Anne W., HWL 133
"The Abbot Joachim," HWL 239
"Advertisement," HWL 47
Aftermath, HWL 243, 244
"The Alarm-Bell of Atri," HWL 220
The Alarm-Bell of Atri, HWL 259
Aldrich, T.B., HWL 329
Allen & Ticknor, Messrs. [letter
to], HWL MS 3
"Amalfi," HWL 255, 260
Amalfi, HWL 338
The American Common-Place Book
of Poetry, HWL 31
American Melodies, HWL 102
"Anaesthesia, "HWL 237
"Ancient French Romances," HWL
207
"Anglo-Saxon Literature," HWL 71
"Another Rosary of Sonnets," HWL
281
Appleton, Nathan [letter to], IHWL
MS 18
Appleton, Thomas Gold [letter to],
HWL MS 9
"April," HWL 131
"An April Day," HWL 15, 26
The Ark, HWL 253
The Arrow and the Song, HWL 317
"The Arsenal," HWL 178
The Atlantic Monthly, HWL 156,
157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 165, 168,
170, 174, 175, 176, 179, 180,
184, 188, 189,190,191,192,194,
1997 202, 203, 204, 205, 206,


208,209, 220,221,225,228,229,
230,233,234,235,241,242,250,
251, 254, 255, 265, 266, 267,
268,269,272,279,280, 281,290,
291,294, 295, 299,307,308, 311,
319
The Atlantic Souvenir, HWL 24, 25
"Auf Wiedersehen," HWL 299
Austin, Etta Maria, HWL 245
Autograph Leaves of Our Country's
Authors, HWL 187
Autumn Leaves, HWL 133
"Autumnal Nightfall," HWL 5, 66
"The Bald Eagle," HWL 51
"The Ballad of Carmilhan," HWL
235
"A Ballad of the French Fleet,"
HWL 268, 274, 275
A Ballad of the French Fleet, HWL
273
Ballads and Other Poems, HWL 85,
86, 87, 88, 124
Balloon Post, HWL 227
"The Baron of St. Castine," HWL
234
Barrie, George [letter to], HWL 313
Bates, Charlotte Fiske, HWL 298
"Bayard Taylor," HWL 286
"The Beleaguered City," HWL 77,
84.
"The Belfry of Bruges," iWL 101
The Belfry of Bruges and Other
Poems, HWL 104, 107, 108, 124
"The Bells of Lynn," HWL 202




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