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BROWNELL, C. D. W.

Waiting for the Ship .... 60

BROWNING. ELIZABETH BARRETT.

b. London. Eng.. isn!l.
d. Florence, .linn 2".,, 13G1.

A Character (From Aurora

Leigh) 68

A Portrait 63

Assurance (Sonnetsfrom the I'or-

tuguese) 64

Consolation (Aurora Leigh) . . 63
Critics (Aurora Leigh) . . . . 689
Goodness (Aurora Leigh) . . . 6*8
Humanity (Aurora Leigh) . . 689
In the Struggle (^Aurora Leigh) . 67
Kindness First Known in a Hos-
pital (Aurora Leigh) .... 66

Little Mattie 61

Only a Curl 65

Perfect Love (Sonnetsfnun the

Portuguese) 64

Picture'of Marian Erie (Aurora

Leigh) 67

Selnsnnels of Introspection

(Aurora Leigh) 66

The Cry of the Human ... 65
The One Universal Sympathy

(Aurora Leigh) 67

The Sleep 60

Three Kisses (Sonnets from the

Portuguese) 64

To Flush, my Dog 62

BROWNING, ROBERT.

b. Camberwell, Eng., 1812.

Dreams (The Iling and the Book) 71

Evelyn Hope .' 69

How they brought the good

News from Ghent to Aix . . 70

In a Year 68

Prospice 68

The Lack of Children (The Ring

and the lloot;) 71

The Pied Piper of Hamelin . . 690

The Two Kisses (In a tiondola). 70

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULLEN.

b. Cu rington, Mtaa.. N .v. 3, 1744.

d. Ne* York, June 12. MX.

An Evening Revcry (From an

nntinithttt t'oemi 80

Blessed are they that Mourn . 72

June 7:1

Life 76

Thanatopsis 74

The Conqueror's Grave . . , 79

The Crowded Street 78

The Evening Wind 76

The Fringed Gentian .... 77

The Future Life 78

The Past 73

BUCHANAN, ROBERT.

b. Olufow, Scotland. 1841.

Dvlng 807

To TrifleTM (Faces on the Walt). 807

BUNNER, H. C.

A Woman's Way 808

Irwin Russell 808

Longfellow 807

To a Dead Woman 808

BURB1DGE, THOMAS,
b. England. 1817.

At Divine Disposal . . • . . 808
Eventide 809

BURLEIGH, WILLIAM HENRY.

b. Wood,lock, Conn.. Feb. 2. 1S12.

d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jlareli 18,1871.

Rain 809

The Harvest Call 809

BURNS, ROBERT.

b. nni Ayr, .Scotland, Jan. 2.V17.W.
d. IJunifrio, Scotland, July 21, 1796.

Farewell to Nancy 84

For a' that and a' that .... 82

From the "Lines to a Louse" . 698
God the only just Judge (From

To the Unco Ouid) 85

Highland Mary 85

John Anderson, my Jo ... . 84

Man was Made to Mourn ... 85

Stanzas in Prospect of Death . 83

Tain O' Shanter 695

To a Mountain Daisy .... 83

To Mary in Heaven 82

BUSHNELL, LOUISA.

Delay 86

BUTLER, SAMUEL.

b. Stecnchatn. Worcesterahirc, Eng , 1612.
d. Sept. 25, um

Love 87

The Biblical Knowledge of Hu-

dibras (lludibras) 700

The Kmght's Steeil (lludibras). 700
The Learning of Hudihras {//m-

dibrns) 699

The Pleasure of being Cheated

(lludibras) 701

BUTLER, WILLIAM ALLEN.

b. Albany. N. Y., 1825.

From " Nothing to Wear" . . 701
The Busts of Goethe and Schil-
ler • . . . . 88

Work and Worship 87

BUTTS, MARY F.
b. IIopklnlon, R. I.. 1837.

Other Mothers 89

BUTTERWORT1I, HEZEKIAH.

b. Warren, R. I.. Dec 22.1KB.

The Fountain of Y'outh ... 89
BYROM, JOHN.

h. near Manclu'ster, Eng., 1(211.

II. Sept. 28. I7ui

Careless Content 705

Spectacles or Helps to Read . 706
The Way a Rumor is Spread . 704

BYRON, LORD.

b. London. Jan. 22. 17"
IL Missulonglii. Orvece, April 19, 1824.
Apostrophe to Ada.the Poet's
Daughter (Childe Harold) . .
Apostrophe to the Ocean (Childe

Harold)

Byron's Remarkable Prophecy

(Childe Harold)

Calm and Tempest at Night on
Lake Lentan (Childe Harold).
Critics (Enulish liards) . . .

Epistle to Augusta

Fare Thee Well

Genius (Prophecy of Dante) . Greece (Childe Harold). . . Inscription

Love (The Giaour)

Maid of Athens

On Completing my Thirty-sixth
Year (His last verses)....
One Presence Wanting (Childe

Harold)

She Walks in Beauty ....

Sleep (The Dream)

Sonnet on Cbillon

Sun of the Sleepless

The First Day of Death (The

Giaour)

The Isles of Greece (Don Juan).
The Misery of excess (Childe

Harold)

Waterloo (Childe Harold) . . . When Coldness Wraps this Suffering Clay

CAMPBELL, THOMAS.

h Glasgow. Scotland, July 27.1777.
at. Boulogne, France, June 15, 1844.

Against Skeptical Philosophy

(Pleasures of Hope) .... Apostrophe to Hope (Pleasures

of ««/«.)

Battle of the Baltic

Domestic Happiness (Pleasures

of Hope)

Exile of Erin

Field Flowers

Hallowed Ground ....*.

Hohenlinden

Hope in Adversity (Pleasures of

Hope)

How Delicious is the Winning .
Lord UlUu's Daughter ....

Song

Song

The Distant in Nature and Ex

perience (Pleasures of Hope) .

The Last Man

The River of Life ......

To a Young Lady

To the Rainbow

Tribute to Victoria

Ye Mariners of England . . .

CANNING, GEORGE.

b. lx>ndon. April 11,1770.
iL Chlswlck. Aug. s, I«!7.

10.1

The University of Gottingen . 708

CAREW, THOMAS.

b. Devonshire, Eng.. 1980. d. 1638.

Ask Me no More 118

Disdain Returned 118

CARLETON, WILL.

b. Hudson, Michigan, Oct. 21,1845.

The New Year's Baby (From
Farm Ballads) 709

CARLYLE, THOMAS.

b. Ecclefechan. S Scotland,
Dec. 4. 17U5 d. Chelsea, London, 1881.

CuiBono? 119

To-day 118

CARY, ALICE.

b. near Cincinnati, Ohio, April 26,1820.
d. New Yora, Feb. 12, 1871.

A Dream 121

Counsel 121

Life 119

Life's Mystery 122

No Ring 122

Spent and Misspent 121

The Ferry of Gallaway ... 120

CARY, PHCEBE.

b. near Cincinnati. Ohio. Sept. 4,1824.
d. Newport, R. I., July .11,1871.

Answered 127

Archie 125

Conclusions 126

Dead Love 123

Nearer Home 123

Our Homestead 127

The Lady Jaqueline 124

CHATTERTON, THOMAS, b Bristol. Eig.. Nov. 20,1752. d. London. Aug. 25. 1770.

On Resignation 810

CHAUCER, GEOFFREY.

b. London, 1.12S? d. Oct. 25,1400.

Good Counsel' s

The Parson 810

To his Empty Purse 812

CHENEY, JOHN VANCE.

May 812

CLARK, LUELLA. b. America.

If You Love Me 128

CLARK, SARAH D.

The Soldanella 128

CLEMMER, MARY ANN. b. ITtlca. N. Y.,1839.

Nantasket 130

Waiting 131

Words for Parting 129

CLOUGH, ARTHUR HUGH.

b. Liverpool. Jan. 1. 1819.

d. Florence, Nov. 13. 1861.

Becalmed at Eve 131

Natura Naturans 132

No More 131 COLERIDGE. HARTLEY.

b. near Bristol. Eng.. Sept. 10. 1796.
d Ambleside. Krig , Jan. 1g, 1841i.

Address to Certain Gold-fishes . 134

No Life Vain 134

November 133

Song 134

The Flight of Youth .... 133

COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR,
b. Devonshire, £na\. (let 21,1771
d. London. July 2>, 18.34.

Bell and Brook (Time Graces). 136

Broken Friendships irAr.wtoAe/) 136

Complaint and Reproof ... 141

Epigram 7il

From an Ode to the Rain . . . 710

From Dejection 136

From Lines Composed in a Con-
cert-room 710

Hvmn before Sunrise in the Val-
ley of Chauiouni 138

Lines to a Comic Author . . . 710

Love 141

Love, Hope and Patience in

Education 140

Names 710

Penance of the Ancient Mariner

(Ancient Mariner) 1315

The Ancient Mariner Refreshed

by Sleep {Ancient Mariner) . 135 The Ship Becalmed (Ancient

Mariner 135

The Voices of the Angels . . 135

Youth and Age -140

COLLIER. THOMAS STEPHENS, b. New York, 1842.

An October Picture 143

Comoleto 143

Off Labrador 142

COLLINS, MORTIMER.

b. Plymouth, Eng., IVt. d 1878

In view of Death 144

Last Verses 144

COLLINS, WILLIAM.

b Chichester. Eng.. Dec. 2i. 1720.
d. Chichester, tnR., 17d*3

Ode on the Death of Thomson . 148

Ode to Evening 147

Ode to Simplicity 144

Ode to the Brave 145

On True and False Taste in

Music 145

The Passions 145

COOK, CLARENCE CHATHAM, b. Dorchester. Man.. Sept. 8, 1828.

On one who Died in May ... 812

COOK, ELIZA.

b. London, Eng., 1817.

After a Mother's Death ... 150

Ganging to and Gauging frae . 150

My Old Straw Hat 150

Song of the Hempseed .... 149

Song of Che Ugly Maiden ... 151

COOKE, PHILIP PENDLETON,
b. MartinsburK. Vs.. Oct. 26,181C
d. Jan. 20, ls»J.

Florence Vane 151

COOKE, ROSE TERRY.

b. Hartford. Conn., Feb. 17, 1827.

The Iconoclast 152

Then 153

Traihng Arbutus '152

COOLBRITH, INA D.

In Blossom Time 153

The Mother's Grief 154

COOLIDGE, SUSAN (Sarah Woolsey) b. Cleveland, Ohio

Influence 814

Miracle 814

One Lesser Joy 813

CORNWELL, HENRY S. b. Charlestown, N. II., 1831.

The Dragon-fly 815

The Spider 815

COTTON, CHARLES.

b. Staffordshire. Eng . 1630. d. 16S7.

Contentaticn 154

In the Quiet of Nature (From
Rctirement) 154

COWLEY', ABRAHAM.

b. Lond.in, 161S" d Chertsey, July C8.1887.
Distance no Barrier to the Soul
iFriendship tn Absence) . . . 156

Of Myself 155

On the Shortness cf Life . . . 156 Reason an aid to Revelation (iVeason) '. . 156

COWPER, WILLIAM.

h. II.Ttlurdsl.lre. End . Sov 28. 1731.
d. Norfolk. I..,... April M, 1800.

A Faithful Picture of Ordinary

Society (Crmreraafton1 . . . 715

Alexander Selkirk 161

Apostrophe to Popular Applause

i The l ask) 157

Descanting on Illness (Contersa-
tion) 715

John Gilpin 711

Light Shining Out ef Larkness. 157
Mercy to Ammals (The Tank) . 160
Pairing time Anticipated ... 716
The Captious ((.onrersation) . . 716
The Freedom if the Good (The

Task) 158

The Emphatic Talker (Conrerja

tion) 715

The Poplar Field 157

The Post-boy (The Task) ... 161
The Soul's Progress Checked

(Retirement) 161

The Tongue (Conversation) . . 714
The Uncertain Man ;('0Jif«ruo-

tion) 614

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The Winter's Evening (The

Ttuk) 158

To Mary . . 162

COXE, ARTHUR CLEVELAND.

b. Mendham, N. ' . May 10, 1108.

Watchwords 816

CRABBE, GEORGE.

b. Aldhorough, Hag., Dec. 24, 17S4.
iL Feb. 3.1SH

Advice to one of Simple Life

(The Patron) • . 718

Against Rash Opinions (Gentle-
man Farmer) 165

Apostrophe to the Whimsical

(The Village) 165

Books ( The Library) 170

Controversialists (The Library). 168
External Impressions Depend-
ent on the Soul's Moods (Lon-
er's Journey) 167

Folly of Litigation (Gentleman

Farmer) 164

Friendship in Age and Sorrow

(Parting Hour) 168

Learning is Labor (Schools) . . 164

Life (Parting Hour) 168

Man's Dislike to be Led (Dumb

Orators 165

Philosophy (Library) .... 169
Quacks {!• rom Physic) .... 718
Reporters (From the Newspaper) 717
Sleep the Detractor of beauty

{Edward Shore) 163

Sly Lawyers (From Law) . . . 718
fhe Awful Vacancy IThe Parish

liegister) 165

The Condemned, H is Dream and

its Awakening {Prisons) . . 166
The Perils of Genius (Edward

Shore) 163

The Readers of Dallies (From

the Neicspapcr) 717

The Teacher {Schools) .... 164
The Religious Journal(f'rom the

A"ewsuu1rer) 717

The Umversal \j>\,(The Library) 169
The Vacillating Purpose (Ed-
ward Shore) 163

The Young Poet's Visit to the

Hall (The Patron) . . . • . 719
To Critics (7'Ai' Library) ... 168
Union of Faith and Reason Ne-
cessary (The Library) . . . 169

CRAIK, DINAH MARIA MULOCK.
b. 8toke-upon-Trent, Eng.. 1826.

Green Things Growing .... 170

My Little Boy that Died ... 172

Now and Afterwards .... 170

Philip My King 171

Plighted 171

Resigning 172

Too Late 172

CRANCH, CHRISTOPHER PEARSE.
b. Alexandria, Va., March 8, 1813.

A Thrush in a Gilded Cage . . 173

Compensation 174

I in Thee, and Thou in Me . . 176

Memorial Hall 174

Shelling Peas 719

Soft. Brown, Smiling Eyes . . 176

The Dispute of the Seven Days 721

Thought 175

Why? 176

CBASHAW RICHARD.

b. Cambridgeshire, Lug. d. Loreto, Italy.

Lines on a Prayer Book . . . 816

CROLY, GEORGE.

b. Dublin, Aug., 1700. d. Nov. 21, I860.

Cupid Growing Careful.... 178
Evening 178

CROWNE, JOHN,
b. Nova Scotia, d. 170S.

Wishes for Obscurity .... 179

CUNNINGHAM, ALLAN.

b. Blackwood. Scotland, Dec. 7, 1789.
d. London. Oct. at), 1842.

A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea 180
She's Gane to Dwell in Heaven 180
Thou Hast Sworn by thy God . 179

CURTIS, GEORGE WILLIAM,
b. Providence. It. I., Feb.21,1824.

Egyptian Serenade 181

Major and Minor 181

Music in the Air 181

DANA, RICHARD HENRY,
b. Cambridge. Man., Nov. IS, 1787.
d. Feb. 2, 1879

The Husband and Wife's Grave 181
The Soul 182

DEMAREST, MARY LEE.

My Ain Countree 183

De VERE, SIR AUBREY.

b. Limerick. Ireland, 1781? d. 184ft.

Columbus 184

Misspent Time 184

De VERE, SIR AUBREY THOMAS,
b. Llmenck. Ireland, 1814.

Affliction 188

All Things Sweet when Prized . 186

Beatitude 186

Bending Ketween Me and the

Taper 185

Happy Are They 185

Power of Poitv (Poetic Faculty) 184

The Angels Kiss Her ... 185

The Mood of Exaltation 186

De VERE, MARY AINGE.

A Love Song 817

DICKENS, CHARLES.

b. Portsmouth, Eng, Feb. 7, 1812.
d. Oad'a Hill, London, June 11,1870.

The Ivy Green 181

DICKINSON, CHARLES M. b. Lowvi.le, N. V., 1842.

The Children 18"

DICKINSON, MARY LOWE.

If we had but a Day 188

DOBELL, SYDNEY THOMPSON.

b. Peckhum. Rye, Eng., 1824.

d. Aug. a. 1*74.

America 189

Home, Wounded 189

DOBSON, AUSTIN.

b. Eng Hid. 1840.

Farewell, Renown 190

More Poets Yet 722

The Child Musician 190

The Prodigals 190

DODGE, MARY MAPES.

b. 1838.

Death in Life 191

Heart Oracles 192

My Window Ivy l!ll

The Child and the Sea ... . 192

The Human Tie 191

The Stars 192

DODGE, MARY B.

Loss 817

DONNE, JOHN.

b. London, 1573. d. March 31,1631.

The Farewell 818

DORR, HENRY RIPLEY.

b. Rutland. Vt., Oct. 27, 1858.

Door aud Window 818

DORR, JULIA CAROLINE RIPLEY, b. Charleston. S. C 1825.

At Dawn .196

At the Last 193

Five • 195

Peradventure 194

Thou Knowest 195

What Need? 194

What She Thought 183

DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN.

b. New York. Aug. 7,17g5. d. Sept. 2I, 1820.

The American Flag 187

DRAYTON, MICHAEL.

b. Warwickshire, Eng., 1563. d 1631.

The Parting 198

DRUMMOND, WILLIAM.

b Hawthoruden, Scotland, Nov. 13,1535.
d. Dec. 4, Ma

Despite All . ...... 198

What We Toil For . , . . 198

DRYDEN, JOHN.

b. Northamptonshire, Eng., Aug. 9,1631.
d. May I, 17U0.

A Character {Absalom and Achi

Inpheh 722

Alexander's Feast 199

A Wife (Eleonora) 206

Beautiful Death (Eleonoro) . . 206

Charity (Eleonoro) 206

From "The Cock and the

Fox" 722

Judgment in Studying the Bible

(lleligio Laici) 205

The Avoidance of Religious Dis-
putes (lieligio Laici) .... 205
The Bible illeligio Laici) ... 204
The Light of Reason (lleligio

Laici) 204

The Model Preacher (Character

of a Good /'(twin) 207

The Wit (Absalom and Achito

phrl) 207

Under the Portrait of John

Milton 204

DUNBAR, WILLIAM.

b. Sulton. Scotland, about 1460. d. about 1530.
All Earthly Joy Returns hi Pain 208

DYER, SIR EDWARD,
b. about 1540.

My Mind to Me a Kingdom Is . 819

EASTMAN, CHARLES GAMAGE.

b. Fryehurg. Me . June I, 1816.
d. Burlington. Vt., Itttil.

A Snow Storm 208

ELIOT, GEORGE (marian Evaxs Cross). b. Warwickshire, Eng., 18J0. d. Dec. 2,1880. O May 1 Join the Choir Invisible 209

ELLIOT, JANE, b. 1727. d. 1805.

The Flowers of the Forest . . 210

ELLIOTT, EBENEZER.

b. near Rotherham. Yorkshire, Eng., March
17,1781. d. Dec. 1, 1849.

Not for Naught 212

Poor Andrew 211

The Poet's Prayer 212

The Press 211

EMERSON, RALPH WALDO.

b. Boston, Man . May 25. 1801.
d. Concord. Mass., April 27, 1882.

Concord Fight 215

Forbearance 215

Ode 213

The Humble-Bee 214

The Problem 213

The Rhodora ...... 214

FABER, FREDERIC WILLIAM,
b. Durham, Eng.. June 28.i814.
d. Urumpum, Eng , bepi. 26. 1863.

Harsh Judgments 216

Low Spirits ...... 217

The Right Must Win .... 216

FALCONER, WILLIAM

b. Edinburgh, Scotland, about lr30
d. (lost at sea) 1769.

A Sunset Picture (The Ship-
wreck) 218

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