The Nineteenth Century in Print: Books
Rubáiyát of Doc Sifers,
Ruined by rum.
Rural economy, in its relations with chemistry, physics, and meteorology;
The Sabbath hymn book: for the service of song in the house of the Lord.
The Sabbath-school index.
Sacred melodies for conference and prayer meetings, and for social and private devotion.
Sailing on the Great Lakes and rivers of America;
The sanctuary and the twenty-three hundred days of Daniel VIII, 14.
The Sandwich Islands as they are, not as they should be
Scenes in America,
Scenes in the Rocky Mountains
School architecture, or Contributions to the improvement of school-houses in the United States.
School funds & school laws of Michigan:
The science of æsthetics;
The science of education;
The science of wealth:
The sciences of nature versus the science of man.
The scientific basis of education,
A Scriptural examination of the institution of slavery in the United States;
A scriptural, ecclesiastical, and historical view of slavery, from the days of the patriarch Abraham, to the nineteenth century.
Scripture baptism defended, and Anabaptist notions proved to be anti-Scriptural novelties.
The seat of empire.
Seaward; an elegy on the death of Thomas William Parsons,
Second book of verse.
Secret band of brothers.
Select temperance tracts.
Selected poems by William J. Grayson,
The self-instructor in phrenology and physiology :
Senatorial excursion party over the Union Pacific Railway, E. D.;
Sermon for the crisis.
Sermon on Christian recreation and unchristian amusement. ...
Sermons for the new life
Sermons on living subjects.
Sermons on recent national victories, and the national sorrow.
Sermons on slavery & the civil war.
Sermons to children.
Seven and nine years among the Camanches and Apaches.
Seven years' street preaching in San Francisco, California;
Seventh anniversary address before the Platonian literary society of M'Kendree college
Shadows of Shasta.
Shall the territories be Africanized?
A short compendium of the catechism for the Indians,
The Sidney centennial jubilee at Sidney Plains, Delaware co., N.Y., June 13, 1872.
The sights and secrets of the national capital:
Sinfulness of American slavery:
The sinless child, and other poems,
Six months in Kansas.
Sketches and statistics of Cincinnati in 1851;
Sketches of Moravian life and character.
Sketches of slave life;
Sketches of the city of Detroit, state of Michigan, past and present. 1855.
Slavery among the Puritans.
Slavery and the remedy;
Slavery and the war:
Slavery in its relation to God.
Slavery in the United States of America;
Slavery in the United States:
Slavery ordained of God ...
Slavery, or involuntary servitude:
Slavery: its sin, moral effects, and certain death.
Slavery: letters and speeches,
Slavery: what it was, what it has done, what it intends to do.
Small dioceses and state conventions.
Some recollections of our antislavery conflict.
The song of Hiawatha.
Song victories of "the Bliss and Sankey hymns,"
Songs and other verse,
Songs and poems of the South.
Songs of labor ...
Songs of labor, and other poems.
Songs of summer lands,
Songs of sunrise lands
Songs of the Sierras.
Songs of the sea and Lays of the land.
Songs of the soul,
Songs of the sun-lands.
Songs of three centuries.
Songs of two centuries,
Sonnets and lyrics,
The soul's inheritance,
The South :
South and North;
The South since the war,
Southern hatred of the American government, the people of the North, and free institutions.
The southern negro as he is.
Southern slavery reduces northern wages.
Special report of the Board of state commissioners for the general supervision of charitable, penal, pauper, and reformatory institutions.
Special report on prisons and prison discipline, made under authority of the Board of State Charities.
Speech of Hon. A.P. Butler, of South Carolina, on the bill to enable the people of Kansas territory to form a constitution and state government, preparatory to their admission into the Union, etc.
Speech of Hon. C. C. Clay, jr., on slavery issues,