Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
Wilhelm Aarek's thesis, entitled "John Greenleaf Whittier: Some General Characteristics of his Poetry," provides a brief history of early American literature and the influence of religion, chiefly providing a literary analysis of John Greenleaf Whittier's poetry, including various influences on his poetry, as well as its themes and subjects.
ff. 1r-22r [Title:] Stacii Achileidos poetae clarissimi liber primus incipit.
Inc: Magnanimum eacidem formidatamque tonanti/ Progeniem et patrio vetitam succedere caelo. . .
Expl.: Hactenus armorum comites clementia meorum/ Haec memini et meminisse iuuat. scit cetera mater. f. 22v ruled but blank.
Statius, Achilleis; Aldo Marastoni, ed., P. Papini Stati Achilleis (Leipzig, 1974).
The commonplace book of Elizabeth Allinson includes reflections upon the death of George Dillwyn, poetry, sketch of Martha Cooper Allinson, quotes and extracts, Quaker testimonies, and obituaries for Abigail Barker, Sybil Allinson, and Susanna Bigg.
This volume of John Clement's original poetry, written from 1854 to 1889, covers a variety of topics, including family (specifically his mother, sister, wife, and son), nature and the seasons, and the Civil War.
This collection is comprised of two volumes of the commonplace books of Sarah Wistar Cope. The first volume includes extracts on moral and religious topics, poetry, and pressed leaves. The second volume includes a memorandum of a religious visit to New York, extracts, and an "account of Joseph Hoag's family."