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0000 0000 8228 6751
Name: 
Calvert, George H.
Calvert, George Henry
Dates: 
1803-1889
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Bliss, Sarah Peters Bowker "Mrs. Richard Bliss. ."
Joubert, Joseph (1754-1824)
Phrenological society, Edinburgh
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Tompkins, Hamilton Bullock (1843-1921)
Titles: 
anyta and other poems
Arnold and André. An historical drama.
Arnold and André, and historical drama.
Brangonar, a tragedy
Brief essays and brevities
Cabiro. A poem.
Catalogue of the books in the Redwood Library bequeathed to the institution by George Henry Calvert. To which is prefixed a bibliography of Mr. Cavert's works.
Coleridge, Shelley, Goethe: biographic aesthetic studies.
Comedies.
Count Julian; a tragedy
Ellen: a poem for the times.
first years in europe
gentleman, the
goethe, his life and works
Illustrations of phrenology ... 1832.
Illustrations of phrenology; being a selection of articles from the Edinburgh phrenological journal, and the Transactions of the Edinburg phrenological society. With twenty-six wood cuts.
Joan of Arc: a narrative poem.
lecture on German literature; being a sketch of its history from its origin to the present day; delivered by request before the Athenæum Society of Baltimore., A
Life, death, and other poems
Maid of Orleans; an historical tragedy, The
Mirabeau
nation's birth and other national poems., A
Oration, on the occasion of celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the battle of Lake Erie : delivered on the tenth of September, 1853, in Newport, R.I.
Poems, 1847:
Scenes and thoughts in Europe.
Shakespeare; a biographic aesthetic study
Some of the "Thoughts" of Joseph Joubert.
Threescore, and other poems.
Travels in Europe: its people and scenery, embracing graphic descriptions of the principal cities, buildings, scenery, and most notable people in England and the continent.
Volume from the life of Herbert Barclay. -, A
Wordsworth; a biographic aesthetic study.
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