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Life's Vicissitudes (//Vnr>/ VIII.) 487
Love, the Solace of present Cal-
amity 488

Love, the Itetriever of past

Losses 489

Love Unalterable 48!>

Mercy (Merchant of Venice) . . 48ti

No Spring without tho Beloved. 489
The Horse of Adonis (Venus

and Adonis) 488

To Be, or not to Be (Uamlet) . 484

To my Soul 489

SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE.

b. Field Place, Sunsrx. Eng.. Aug. 4. 17g2.
Drxiwned in the Bay ot spe^ni. llaly, July

«, ma

Death 402

From "The Sensitive-Plant" . 493
From "To a Lady with a

Guitar" 495

Good Night 495

Love's Pliilosophy 490

Music, when soft Voices Die . 492

Mutability 465

One Word is too often Profaned 490

The Cloud 492

The World's Wanderers . . . 492

Time 492

To a Skylark 490

8HENSTONE, WILLIAM.

b. Leasowes, near flales-Owen. Eng.. Nov.. 1711.
d. Inwwes, ,.• ur llales-Oweu, Eng., 1 i ti l1,
L74B.

Stanzas from "The School-
mistress" 490

Written at an Inn at Henley . 498

SHIRLEY, JAMES.

b. London, 151i4. d. I.Ondoo, Oct. 20, \GT&
Death the Leveller (t.ontention
of Ajox ami Ulysses) . , . 498

8HURTLEFF, ERNEST W.

b. Boston, April 4. 1362.

Out of the Dark 852

SIDNEY, SIR PHILIP.

b. Penshurst. Kent, Eng.. Nov. 29,1554.
d. Arnhruu. Holland, net. 7, 1586.

Sonnet to Sleep 499

SIOOURNEY, LYDIA HUNTLEY,
b. Norwich. Conn., Sept. 1. 17li1.
d. llarttord. Con..., June 10, 1863.

Benevolence 500

Farewell ot the Soul to the Body 499
The Coral Insect 500

SIMMS, WILLIAM GII.MORE.

b. Charleston. 8. C, April 17, lflrrt.
d Charleston, 8. C, June II. 1870.

Friendship 503

Heart essential to Genius . . 502

Manhood 503

Night-storm 503

Progress in Denial 501

Recompense 502

Solace of the Woods .... 501

Triumph 504

Unhappy Childhood 503

SMITH, ALEXANDER.

b. Kilmarnock. Scotland, Dec. 31, 1800.
d. Waniie, ueur Edinburgh, Jan. 25, 1467.

Barbara (Norton) 504

Glasgow 505

SMITH, CHARLOTTE TURNER,
b. Sunex, Eng., 1749. d. 180ft.

The Close of Spring 507

The Cricket 507

SMITH, FLORENCE.

b. New York Cily. March 11, 181.1.
d. Eon Washington. July l'J, 1871.

Somebody Older 509

The Purple of the Puet (Ilain-

buw Sonys) 508

The Yellow of the Miser (Rain-

bow Sonys) 508

Unrequitiug 509

SMITH, HORACE.

b. London. Dec. 11. 1779.

d. Tuubridgc Wells. July 12, 1849.

Address to a Mummy .... 511
Hymn to the Flowers .... 510

SMITH, MAY REILLY.
b. Brighton, N. Y., 1842.

If 513

Sornetimo 513

SOUTIIEY, CAROLINE ANNE BOWLES.

b. Buckland. Eng., lice. 6, 17S7.

d. July 20, 1854.

I never Cast a Flower away . . 515
Launch thy Bark, Mariner . . 514
The Pauper's Death-bod . . . 514

SOUTHEY, ROBERT.

b. Bristol. Eng.. Aug. 12 1774.

d. Cumberland. Eng.. Mnn h 21. 1843.

Love's Immortality (Curse of

Kehama) 517

Nature's C1uestions and Faith's

Answer (Thataba) . 515

Night ". 516

Remedial Suffering " . 516

The Battle of Blenheim ... 520

The Cataract of Lodore . . . 521

The Etrivtide 522

The Holly-Tree 518

The Maid'of Orleans Girding for

Battle (Joan of Arc) .... 517
The old Man's Comforts, and

how he Gained them .... 517

The Pauper's Funeral .... 519
The twofold Power of all

Things (Tluilaba) 516

To the Fire 522

Written on Sunday Morning . . 519

SOUTHWELL, ROBERT,
b. Hog.ham. Norfolk. Eng.. 1500.
d. Loudun, Feb. 21, 1595.

Content aud Rich 523

SPALDING, SUSAN MARR.

A Desire (From The Century) . 853

SPENCER, WILLIAM ROBERT, b. England, KGO. d. Paris, Oct. 21, 1834.

The Speed of happy Hours . . 524

Spenser, Edmund,
b. London. ISQ or
A I Jan. 10.1590.

A hospital (The Faerie Queene) 527
Angelic Care" " 528

Avarice "" 525

The Bride Beautiful, Body and

Soul (Epilkataminm) .... 524 The Captive Soul (The Faerie

Queene) 525

Una and the Lion (The Faerie

Queeue) 526

Victory from God (The Faerie

l 528

SPOFFORD, HARRIET E. PRESCOTT. b. Calais. Me., April 3, 1835.

A Four o'clock 531

A Snowdrop 531

Fantasia 530

I 523

Measure for Measure .... 531

My own Song 531

Our Neighbor 530

Palmistry 530

The Nun and I 529

SPRAGUE, CHARLES.

b. Boston. M"u., Oct. 2(1, 1791.
d. Botlon. Mass., Jan. 14, 1875.

From the " Ode on Shakespeare M 634

Ode on Art 532

The Family Meeting 533

The Winged I . . . 532

To my Cigar 533

STEDMAN, EDMUND CLARENCE, b. Hartford. Conn., Oct. 8,1853.

All in a Lifetime 539

Laura, my Darling 535

Seeking the Mayflower .... 538

The I liseoverer 538

The Doorstep 537

The Test 535

The Tryst 536

The Undiscovered Country . . 530

Too Late 537

STODDARD, RICHARD HENRY, b. lilngham. Man., July, 1825.

Abraham Lincoln 540

An old Song Reversed .... 540

At Last 540

How are Songs Begot and Bred 541

Out of the ill chi Heaven . . 542

Pain and Pleasure 542

Rattle the Window 541

Silent Songs 542

Songs Unsung 541

The Flight of Youth 540

The Health 542

The Marriage Knot 781

The mistake 786

The Two Brides 540

Too old for Kisses 780

We Sat by the Cheerless Fireside 542
When the Drum of Sickness

Beats Ml

STORY, WILLIAM WETMORE. b. Salem. Mass., Feb. 11, 181g.

The Unexpressed 543

The Violet ........ 543

Wetmore Cottage, Nahant . . 543

STOWE, HARRIET BEECHER. b. Litehfield, Conn., June 1, 1812.

Life's Mystery 544

The other World 544

STREET, ALFRED BILLINGS, b. Fouglikccptic, N. Y.. Dec. 18, 1811. d. June2, 1881.

A Forest Walk 548

A Picture ( The Nook in the for-

est) 549

Cayuga Ijlke (Mindanao) 547

Quebec at Sunrise " 545

Quebec at Sunset " 545

The Bluebird's Song 549

The Canadian F rontenac) 546

SUCKLING, SIR JOHN,
b. Whltton, Eng.. f)
d. Paris. May 7. 1041.

Constancy 550

I prithee send me back my Heart 550
Why so Pale aud Wan, Fond

Lover 550

SURREY, EARL OF (Henry Howard).

b. England. 151(1

d. London. Jan. 21. 1547.

From " No Age dis content" . . 551
In Praise of his Lady Love com-
pared with all others . . . 551
The means to attain Happy Life 551

SWIFT, JONATHAN,
b. England. I0G7. d. 1745.

Verses on his own Death . . . 781 SWINBURNE, ALGERNON CHARLES.

b. llolmwood, C April i. 1837.

A Forsaken Garden 553

A Match 555

From "A Vision of Spring in

Winter" 552

From " Christmas Antiphones" 556

In Memory of Barry Cornwall . 562

SYMONDS, JOHN ADDINGTON. b. L.xfbrd. Eng.. April 10. 1807.

Beati Illi 558

Farewell 559

From Friend to Friend .... 560

Mene, Mene 558

New Life, New Love 559

On the Hillside 559

Self (The Alps and Italy). . . 560

Sonnets from " Intellectual Isolation" 561

The Ponte ill Paradlso . . . . 560

The Prayer to Mnemosyne . . 560

The Will 559

TALFOCRD. SIR THOMAS NOON.

b. Doxev, En?., .Jan.2fi, 17!tt.
d. Stafford, Eng., Maicn 13, 1854.

Little Kindnesses {Ion).... 562
On the Reception of Wordsworth
at Oxford 562

TANNAHILL, ROBERT.

b. Pauley, Scotland, June \ 1774.

a. Laneaaliire, Eng., May 17. 1S10.

The Flow er o' Dumblane ... 563
The Midges Dance aboon the
Burn 563

TAYLOR, BAYARD.

b. KcnnrU Square, I'enn.. Jan. 11, 1825.
d. Berlin. Dec. 111. tsTS.

A Funeral Thought Before the Bridal.

... 565

, . . 066

In the Meadows 566

On the Headland 564

Proposal 565

Squandered Lives 5tffi

The Father 564

The Lost May 567

ThoMvstery 567

The Song of the Camp .... 568

To a Bavarian (iirl 56!>

Wind and Sea 565

TAYLOR, SIR HENRY, b. Durham, Eng., 1800.

Love Reluctant to Endanger its

Object (Philip Van Artevelde) 570

Nature.s Need ii 571

Relaxation 4i 571

The Mystery of Life" " 570

Unknown Greatness" '* 590

What Makes a Hero? .... i.71
When Jovs are Keenest {Philip

Van Artecehh) 671

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Garden Song (Maud) .... 580

Co not, Happy Day {Maud) . . 581

Hope for All {In Memoriam) . . 571
Husband to wife (The Miller's

lJauo hter) 579

Lady Clara Vere de Yere . . . 583

Love {The Miller') l laughter) . 579

Man and Woman ( The Princess) 578

Move Eastward, Happy Earth . 585
Not at All, or All in All {Merlin

and Vicien) 580

Now Lies the Earth (The Prin-
cess) 578

Reconciliation ( The Princess) . 577
Ring out, Wild Bells {In Memo-
riam) 576

Soul to Soul {In Memoriam) . . 575
Strong Son of God (/u Memoriam) 574
Tears, Idle Tears {The I'rincess) 577
The Death of the Old Year . . 582
The Nuns' Song (Guinecere) . . 581
The Tears of Hi aven .... 585
To a Friend in Heaven {In Me-
moriam) 576

What 1 would be {The Miller's

Daughter) 579

THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE

b. Calcutta, E. I.. 1811.
d. London, Dec. 24. 186.1.

At thethurch-gate 585

Little hillee 783

Sorrows of W'erther 783

The Ballad of Bouillabaisse . 782

THAXTER, CELIA.

b. Poitsmouth, N. II., 1835.

A Mussel Shell 587

Beethoven 590

Courage 589

Discontent 586

Farewell 58H

In the Klttery Churchyard . . 589

Love shall Save us All .... 588

Reverie 587

The Sandpiper 591

The Sunrise never Failed us yet 587

To a Violin • . 588

THOMAS, EDITH M. b. Litchfield. Ohio. 1854.

Flower and Fruit 853

THOMPSON, MAURICE.

b. Fairfield. Indiana, Sept. 9. 1844.

Before Dawn 854

The Morning Hills 853

THOMSON, JAMES.

b. Ednam. Koxburgh'hlre, Scotland. Sept. 11.
1700. d. New Lauc near Richmond, Eng.,
Aug. 27, 1748.

A State's Need of Virtue {Lib-
erty) 594

Birds, and their Loves(Tlf Sea-
sons) era

Contentment 597

Death amid the Snows {The

Seasons) 5»3

Excess to be Avoided ( The Cas-
tle of Indolence) 596

Harvest Time ( The Seasons) . . 592
Health Necessary to Happy Life

( The Canllanf Indoltncc) . . 597

Independence (Liberty) . . . 594
Nature's tloy Inalienable (The

Cattle of Indolence) .... 596
Pure aud'Happy Love (The Sea-
sons) 591

Repose ( The Castle of Indolence) 595

Rule, Britannia 597

The Apollo, and Venus of Medi-
ci (Liberty) 595

The Folly "f Hoarding (The Cas-
tle of indolence) 596

The State of the World had Men
Lived at Ease ( The Castle of

Indolence) 596

The Tempest ( The Seasons) . . 591

The Zeal of Persecution (Liberty) 595

THRALE, HESTER L. (riozzi).
b. Wales, el. 1(81.

The Three Warnings .... 784

TICKNOR, FRANK O.

Gray 854

Little Giffen 854

T1LTON, THEODORE.

b. New York. N. V.. Oct. 2, 18.15.

Ix>ve in Age (Thou and I) . . . 598

Recompense 601

SirMurniadnke's Musings . . 601

The Four Seasons...... 600

The Two Ladders 602

Under the Sod (Thou and I) . . 599

TIMROD, HENRY.

A Common Thought 855

Decoration ode 855

Hark to the Shouting Wind . . 855

TRENCH RICHARD CHENEVIX.
b. Dublin, Ireland. Scpt.i), l*t7.

Falling Stars 600

Happiness in Little Things of

the Present 605

Harmosan 606

Lord, many Times I am Aweary 003

Patience .601

Sadness born of Beauty . . . 60.1

The Bees 605

The Diamond BOH

The Ermine 605

The Lent .1ewels 604

The Nightingale 605

The Snake 005

The Tiger 605

Three Sonnets on Prayer . . . 602
Weak Consolation (Lines to a

Friend) 603

TROWBRIDOE, JOHN TOWNSEND.
b. Oiiden. N. Y.. Sept. 8, 1827.

Darius Green 788

Midsummer 609

Midwinter 608

My Comrade and I 613

Real Estate 610

Stanzas from "Service" . . . 612

The Name in the Bark .... 607

The old Man of the Mountain . 611

The Restored Picture .... 608

The Vagabonds 785

TUPPER, MARTIN FARQUHAR.

b. London, Eng.. July ir. 1810.

Argument (Indirect Influences) . 617
Foreknowledge Undesirable

(Mystery) 620

Hints on Pre-cxistence (Memory) 619
Ill-chosen Pursuits (Self-Ac-

qtttiintance) 614

Ill-christened (.V.rmti) .... 618

Late Valuation (Neglect) . . . 620

letters t Writing) 615

Life (Tinlay) B20

Mental Supremacy (Beauty). . 616

Procrastination (fo-mormir). . 621
Spiritual Feelers (Truth in

Things False) 615

The Conqueror (Beauty) . . . 616
The Dignity and Patience of

Genius (Fame) 615

The Force of Trifles (Indirect

Influences) 619

The Power of Suggestion (Indi-
rect Influences) 617

The Source of .Man's Ruling Pas-
sion (Beauty) 616

The Word of Bane and Blessing

(Tit-nwrroir) 620

To Murinurers (Neglect) . . . 019

VAUGHAN, HENRV.

b. Newton, St. Brulgrt South Wales. En*., lfl-'l
d. Newton, April 2.l, 1KB.

From "Childhood" 022

From " Rules and Lessons " . . 624

From "St Murv Magdalen" . 0-2

From the " Christian Politician" 623

Like as a Nurse 626

Peace 622

Providence 623

Sundavs 624

The Pursuit 622

The Seed Growing Secretly . . 621

The Shower C21

They arc all Gone 621

To his Books 626

VERY, JONES.

b. Salem, Man., Aug. 28, 1813.
d. 1SS0.

Home and Heaven 627

Nature 627

The World 627

WALLER, EDMUND.

b. Cnleshul. Eng., March 3. 100.1 or 1000.
d. lletc.m.nrld.TCng., Oct. 21, 1887.

Old Age and Death 628

On a Girdle 628

The Rose 628

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WATTS, ISAAC.

b. Southampton, Eng., July 14, 1674.

d. Thcubalrf,, Ncwinglon. Eng., Not. 25, 1748.

Insignificant Existence .... 855
Lord, when I quit this Earthly

Stage 856

The Heavenly Canaan .... 856

WEBSTEK, AUGUSTA,
b. England, 1841.

From " A Preacher" .... 629

On the Lake 631

The Artist's Dread of Blindness

{A Painter) 630

The Gift 631

Two Maidens 631

WELBY, AMELIA B.

b. St. Nicholas. Ind.. Feb. S. 1813
d. Louisville, K1., May 3, im

Twilight at Sea 856

WESLEY, CHARLES.

b. Epworth. Lincolnshire. Eng., Dec. 18, 1706.

d. London, Mareh 2U, I7NJ.

Come, let us Anew 633

Jesus, Lover of my Soul ... 632
Stanzas from "The True Use of

Music" 632

The Uuly Light 632

WHEELER, ELLA.

Secrets 633

WHITE, BLANCO.

b. Seville. Spain. Jnlv 11, 177.1.
d. Liverpool, Eng., May 20,1*41.

To Night 631

WHITE, HENRY KIRKE.

b. Nottingham. Eng., Mareh 21, 1785.
d. Cambridge, Eng., Oct. I8, IttOu.

A Little before Death .... 636

Ode to Disappointment.... 635

Solitude 634

The Stanzas added to Waller's

"liose" C36

To an Earlv Primrose .... 634

To Misfortune 636

WHITMAN, SARAH HELEN,
b. Providence. R. I., 1803.
d. June 27, 1S78.

The Last Flowers 857

Sounets to Edgar Allan Poe. . 856

WHITNEY, ADELINE D. T.

b. Boston, 1824.

Behind the Mask 637

Equinoctial 636

Hearth-glow 638

I will Abide in Thine House . . 638

Larvse 638

Sunlight and Starhght . ... 638

The Three Lights 637

WHITTIER, ELIZABETH HUSSEY.
t>. Haverhill, Mats., Dec. 7. III*,
d. Ametbury, Man.. Sept. 3. 1SVH.

Charity 639

WHITTIER, JOHN GREENLEAF.
b. Havcrhill.Mass, Dec. 17,1807.

Barbara Frietchle 642

In School-days 640

MaudMuller: 643

My Plavmate 649

My Psalm 641

Nature's Reverence (Tent on the

Beach) 645

The Barefoot Boy 639

The Pressed Gentian 646

Universal Salvation (Tent on the

Beach) 645

WILDE, OSCAR.

Easter-day 647

Impressions du Matin .... 648

Madonna Mia 648

Requiescat 648

Silhouettes 648

Sonnet 648

Sunrise 648

WILDE, RICHARD HENRY

b. Dubhn. Ireland, Sept. 24. 17s9.
d. New Orleans, Sept. HI, 1847.

My Life is like the Summer

Rose 649

To the Mocking Bird .... 649

WILLIAMS, HELEN MARIA

b. near Berwick. Eng., 1762.

d. Pari., Dec., 1827.

Sonnet to Hope 650

Whilst Thee 1 Seek 650

WILLIS, NATHANIEL PARKER.

b. Portland. Me.. Jan. 2,i. 1XH7.

d. Idlcwilu, N. Y.. Jan. 20, 1867.

From " Absalom" 654

On the Picture of a Child Tired

of Play 651

Saturdav Afternoon 651

The Belfry Pigeon 653

The Burial of the Champion of

his Class 652

To a City Pigeon 050

ToGiulinGrisl 653

Unseen Spirits 653

WILLSON, FORCEYTHE.
b. Little Genesee, N. Y., 1637.
d. 18S7.

lite Old Sergeant 655

WILSON, JOHN (Christopher North).

b. Pnislev. Scotland, May 18, 1785.

d. Edinburth. April1854.

The Evening Cloud 657

The Shipwreck (Isle of ralmt). 657

WINTER, WILLIAM.

b. Gloucester, Mass , July 15, 1836.

A Dirge 661

After All 659

Homage 659

The (iolden Silence 661

The Question 660

The White Flag 658

Withered Roses 660

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