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Hale, S. J.
Hale, Sara Josepha
Hale, Sarah Josepha
Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell
Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell (Mrs)
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Dates: 
1788-1879
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Acton, Eliza (1799-1859)
Addington, John F.
Addington, John F. ([from old catalog])
Aikin, John (1747-1822)
Godey, Louis Antoine (1804-1878)
Longone, Janice Bluestein
Sévigné, Marie de Rabutin-Chantal (marquise de, 1626-1696.)
Sigourney, L. H. (1791-1865)
Sigourney, Lydia Howard (1791-1865)
University of Virginia. Library. Electronic Text Center
W, T. H. ([from old catalog])
Whipple & Damrell
Titles: 
Alice Ray: a romance in rhyme.
Alsse Ray: a romance, 1845.
American ladies' magazine : containing original tales, essays, literary & historical sketches, poetry criticism, music and a great variety of matter connected with many subjects of importance and interest
American ladies' magazine (Online)
Aunt Mary's new stories for young people.
Autographs from the collection of the late Augustin Daly, New York, 1925:
Boarding out : a tale of domestic life by the author of Keeping house and housekeeping, &c., &c.
Boarding out, or domestic life
complete dictionary of poetical quotations: comprising the most excellent and appropriate passages in the old British poets; with chioce and copious selections from the best modern British and American poets., A
complete dictionary of poetical quotations: comprising the most excellent and appropriate passages in the old British poets; with choice and copious selections from the best modern British and American poets., A
Correspondence
countries of Europe, and the manners and customs of its various nations, The : in easy and entertaining verse for children
crocus; a fresh flower for the holidays., The
Dictionary of poetical quotations.
Early American cookery : "the good housekeeper," 1841
Flora's interpreter ; or, The American book of flowers and sentiments.
Godey's lady's book and ladies' American magazine (Online)
good housekeeper, 1839:, The
good housekeeper or, The way to live well, and to be well while we live: containing directions for choosing and preparing food in regard to health, economy, and taste, The
Inebriate
juvenile budget opened: being selections from the writings of Doctor John Aiken, The
juvenile budget reopened: being further selections from the writings of Doctor John Aikin., The
Juvenile miscellany (Boston, Mass.)
Juvenile miscellany, The : monthly series.
Kate Gleeson's Mary had a little lamb
Keeping house and house keeping; a story of domestic life.
Ladies' magazine and literary gazette (Online)
Ladies' magazine (Boston, Mass. : 1834 : Online)
ladies' new book of cookery, The : a practical system for private families in town and country; with directions for carving, and arranging the table for parties, etc. Also, preparations of food for invalids and for children.
ladies' wreath: a selection from the female poetic writers of England and America., The
Lady's book and magazine
Lady's book (Online)
Lady's book, The
Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
letters of Madame de Sévigné to her daughter and friends, The
Liberia; or, Mr. Peyton's experiments.
Manners; or, Happy homes and good society all the year round.
Mary had a little lamb
Modern cookery in all its branches: embracing a series of plain and simple instructions to private families and others, for the careful and judicious preparation of every variety of food as drawn from practical observation and experience.
Modern cookery, in all its branches : reduced to a system of easy practice, for the use of private families. In a series of receipts, which have been strictly tested, and are given with the most minute exactness.
Modern household cookery: a new work for private families.
Monthly magazine of belles-lettres and the arts, the Lady's book
Monument (Boston, Mass.)
Monument., The
Mrs. Hale's new book of cookery and complete housekeeper
Mrs. Hale's new cook book. A practical system for private families in town and country; with directions for carving, and arranging the table for parties, etc. Also, preparations of food for invalids and for children. By Mrs. Sara J. Hale ...
Mrs. Hale's receipts for the million containing four thousand five hundred and forty-five receipts, facts, directions, etc. in the useful, ornamental, and domestic arts, and in the conduct of life .
My cousin Mary, or, The inebriate
My little song book : adapted to children and youth
Northwood; a tale of New England.
Northwood; or, Life North and South.
Sarah Josepha Buell Hale correspondence
school song book, The : adapted to the scenes of the school room : written for American children and youth
Sidney Romelee
Sketches of American character.
Things by their right names, and other stories, fables, and moral pieces, in prose and verse
Three hours; or, The vigil of love: and other poems.
Traits of American life.
way to live well and to be well while we live; containing directions for choosing and preparing food, in regard to health, economy and taste., The
white veil: a bridal gift., The
Woman's record, 1874, c1870:
Woman's record; or, Sketches of all distinguished women, from the creation to A. D. 1868. Arranged in four eras. With selections from authoresses of each era.
Women's record or, Sketches of all distinguished women, from "the beginning" until A.D. 1850: arranged in four eras: with selections from female writers of every age
Woodbine cottage
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