The Nineteenth Century in Print: Books
Practical illustrations of the principles of school architecture.
Practical information concerning the public debt of the United States,
Prairie and Rocky mountain adventures,
The prairie traveler.
The prayer-meeting, and its history,
Prayers for the use of families ...
Preliminary report concerning explorations and surveys, principally in Nevada and Arizona
Preliminary report upon a reconnaissance through southern and southeastern Nevada, made in 1869,
A Presbyterian clergyman looking for the church.
The Presbyterian manual;
The President's message--the sectional party.
The presidential counts:
Presidential election, 1868.
Presidential election, 1872.
Primary object lessons for a graduated course of development,
The prince of Parthia,
The Prince's ball.
The principles of courtesy:
Principles of education,
The principles of metaphysical and ethical science applied to the evidences of religion.
The principles of psychology /
Principles of the New church:
Prison life and reflections;
Prison reform in the United States.
The pro-slavery argument;
The problem of human destiny :
Proceedings at the centennial celebration of Concord fight, April 19, 1875.
Proceedings at the laying of the corner stone of the new capitol of Michigan,
Proceedings at the mass meeting of loyal citizens,
Proceedings of a Council of Congregational churches,
Proceedings of a meeting, and report of a committee of the citizens of Cleveland, in relation to steamboat disasters on the western lakes.
Proceedings of the Congressional convention, held in the city of St. Louis, on 13th, 14th and 15th days of May, 1873.
Proceedings of the Democratic national convention held at Baltimore, June 1-5, 1852, for the nomination of candidates for president and vice president of the United States.
Proceedings of the Democratic state convention, held at Columbus, Ohio, Friday, July 4, 1862.
Proceedings of the General convention of Congregational ministers and delegates in the United States, held at Albany, N.Y. ...
Proceedings of the National convention to secure the religious amendment of the Constitution of the United States.
Proceedings of the Republican national convention, held at Cincinnati, Ohio ...
Proceedings of the River improvement convention, held in St. Louis February 12 & 13, 1867 /
Proceedings of the United States Senate,
Professor Sonntag's thrilling narrative of the Grinnell exploring expedition to the Arctic Ocean, in the years 1853, 1854, and 1855, in search of Sir John Franklin, under the command of Dr. E.K. Kane.
Progress of the Union Pacific railroad west from Omaha, Nebraska,across the continent, making,
The progressive farmer:
Propositions concerning protection and free trade.
The prose and poetry of Europe and America:
The prostrate state: South Carolina under negro government.
Protest against the robbery of the colored race by the proposed amendment of the Constitution.
Protest of the president against certain proceedings of the House of representatives...
The proud Miss MacBride,
A psalm of deaths and other poems.
Psychology, or, A view of the human soul;
Psychology, or, Elements of a new system of mental philosophy,
The Public ledger building, Philadelphia:
Public spirit and mobs.
Puritan missions in the Pacific:
Questions of the day :
Rachel and the New World.
Radical rule; military outrage in Georgia.
Radicalism in religion, philosophy, and social life;
Ralph Waldo Emerson;
Rambles in the path of the steam-horse.
Reason in religion.
Reason, faith, and duty.
Reasons for abandoning the theory of free trade, and adopting the principle of protection to American industry ...
Recent speeches and addresses [1851-1855]
Recollections of a busy life;
The record of Andover during the rebellion.
Record of Mr. Alcott's school,
The red book of Michigan;
Reflections on the operation of the present system of education.
The reformed gambler,
The rejected stone;
Relation of the American board of commissioners for foreign missions to slavery.
The relation of the Bible to science.
The relation of the government to the telegraph;
The relations of higher education to national prosperity.
Relations of the District of Columbia to the general government.
Religion and chemistry;
Religion and the state,
Religion in public instruction.
The religion of evolution.
The religion of geology and its connected sciences.
Religious training of children in the school, the famliy, and the church.
Remarks of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois, on seizure of arsenals at Harper's Ferry, Va., and Liberty, Mo., and in vindication of the Republican party and its creed, in reponse to Senators Chesnut, Yulee, Saulsbury, Clay and Pugh.
Remarks of Richard H. Dana, Jr., esq.
Remarks on currency and banking;
A remedy for the defects of the Constitution.
Reminiscences of Levi Coffin, the reputed president of the underground railroad;
Remonstrance. To the Honorable Senate & House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the memorial & remonstrance of the undersigned, citizens of Massachusetts respectfully represents: That we are opposed to the repeal of the law, known as "The personal liberty law".
Reply of the Church of the Puritans to the protest of their late deacons,
Report [of] the Select committee of the Senate appointed to inquire into the late invasion and seizure of the public property at Harper's Ferry.