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The Moneyless Man....... ..H. T. Stanton.......60 Dirge for a Young Girl..........J. T. Fields. ... .....94

Songs of Seven...................J. Ingelow..........61 Song: “If I had thought

The Return of Rip Van

thou could'st have died ”... C. Wolfe............ 94

Winkle....... .......... W. Irving ............67 To Mary in Heaven.............. .R. Burns..............95
A Song of Long Ago ..........J. W. Riley..........71 A Farewell........

.M. E. Cook .........95
Down on The Suwannee

The Three Fishers....... ...C. Kingsley... .....97
River........... ......... S. C. Foster........71 Sonnet: “What doth it serve

Beautiful Snow........ .Anonymous......... 71 to see sun's burning”....... .W. Drummond.....97

“Oh, that this too, too solid

The Sack of Baltimore.. .T. Davis........

flesh would melt" W. Shakspere......72 The Dead Mariner.... .G. D. Prentice.....98

Song: from “As You Like

The Picket Guard... .E. L. Meers..........99

It”

.... W. Shakspere......73 My Child........... .........J. Pierpont...... ..100

“ On This Day I Complete

Selections from “In Memo-

My Thirty-sixth Year”..... Lord Byron.........73 riam”..

A. Tennyson......101

Lines Written by One in the

“ Softly

Tower, Being Young and

Breath”

..........B. W. Procter. ..103

Condemned to Die.............

...C. Tychborn.........73 Parting and Death............ ..H. W. Longfel-

Juliet Taking the Opiate....... W. Shakspere......74

low...... .. 104

The Mitherless Bairn....... ... W. Thorni..........75 The Phantom.................... B. Taylor...........104

Desolation of Balclutha........J. Macpherson......75 Sonnet: “Sweet Spring, thou

The Song of the Shirt...........T. Hood

.77 turn'st with all thy”. ..W. Drummond...105

Life.......

..T. Hood.. ..78 Death of Gabriel......... .H. W. Longfel-

Parting

.Anonymous........78

low................. 106

Barbara's Song....... ...W. Shakspere......78 There Is No Death...... .Bulwer Lytton.... 107

Secret Sorrows.............. .George Eliot.........78 The Bridge of Sighs.....

.T. Hood............

. 108

Saturn and Thea........ ...J. Keats.......... ..79 Olden Memories....... ..C. Cist...............109

Io Victis........

.W. W. Story.......80 The Death of the Babe

Annabel Lee.........

.E. A. Poe....... .....81 Christabel .......... ...G. Massey.........110

Florence Vane.................. .P. P. Cooke..........81 Mourning

.W. Shakspere.....110

“ Home they brought her

Death of Ophelia......... .W. Shakspere... .111

warrior dead”. ..... .. A. Tennyson .......82 “Oh! snatched

The Old Arm Chair......... .E. Cook...............82 beauty's bloom”.

.Lord Byron........111

Lucy ....

..W. Wordsworth...83 Grandmother's Sermon.... . Anonymous.......111

Longing for Death..

.P. Massinger. .83 Found Dead......... ..H. Jackson.........112

Somebody's Darling.. .M. R. Lacoste ......83 “I have been a happy man ” N. Hawthorne....112

Vanished Blessings...... .G. Wither....... .83 Death at the Goal

B. Miller............113

The Blind Old Milton..... E. L. Howell....... 85 Remembrance.......

.A. M. F. Robin-

Migration

.E. M. Thomas......85

son................

113

Dirge...

.F. D. Hemans......85 “Sweet by-and-by”. .E. J. Hall.......... 115

The High Tide on the Coast

Loss........

...J. Ruskin...........115

of Lincolnshire.......... ..J. Ingelow...........87 The Georgia Volunteer.. ..Anonymous.. 116

The Death Bed........ ..T. Hood..............88 In Watches of the Night....... W. Winter.........116

Lines.........

... W. D. Gallagher..90 Spoken After Sorrow.... ....J. C. Marsh........116

The Voice of the Waves ........C. Dickens...........90 In Time to Come....... .....Anonymous....... 117

The Disappointed.... .E. W. Wilcox......91 “When shall we three meet

The Apples are Ripe in the

again ?"

....Anonymous....... 117

Orchard....

.W. Winter..........91 The Long Ago.......... ...Lord Houghton...117

Misshapen Lives..... ..George Eliot .......91 Sea Ventures.......

.Anonymous....... 118

The Sands of Dee......... ....C. Kingsley .........93 Annie's Dream....... .A. Tennyson...... 118

Beyond the Veil........... ,H. Vaughan.........94 The First Snowfall. ...J. R. Lowell.......119

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Sundered Friends....... .N. Perry............125 "Is She Biding?”.

.S. M. Peck.........150

The Bridge of Snow...... Anonymous........ 125 She Walks in Beauty...........Lord Byron .......150

A Mother's Love.......... .T. Burbidge........126 My Own Shall Come... . Anonymous ....151

“ He that loves a rosy cheek” T. Carew......... ..127 Through the Meadow.... .W.D. Howells....151

Woman, the Home-Maker..... T. Campbel?.......127 Cupid Defied .......... ... W. Shakspere.....151

What It Is to Love......... .C. Swain............127 Yesterday....

.M. M. Forrester..153

To a Child Embracing His

Why Not?..

.R. H. Stoddard ...153

Mother.

.... T. Hood.............128 The Interpreter..... .E. M. Thomas.....153

A Woman's Forgiveness........

.Sir W. Scott...... 129 To the Evening Star.............J. Leyden..........154

Rosalind's Madrigal .T. Lodge............129 My Only Jo and Dcarie 0......R. Gall..............154

The Flower o' Dumblane......R. Tannahill. .129 Sonnet: “The forward violet

The Gift.........

.A. Webster..... .130 thus did I chide”................ W. Shakspere.....154

Lullaby....

.A. Tennyson...... 130 Song: “Tell me, where is

"Oh, merry, merry, bethe day!" J. H. Perkins......130 fancy bred ?”.........

W. Shakspore..... 154

The Flower's Name......... .R. Browning......131 Your Coming..

.D. R. Goodale....155

Song: “Where wind and

Qua Cursum Ventus... .A. H. Clough.....156

water meeting made".

.......... W. Motherwell...131 The Chess Board......... Owen Meredith...156

The Mother's Hope......... .L. Blanchard......133 “ Take, oh, take those lips

Description of Castara........... W. Habington....133 away"

.W. Shakspere ....156

The Angel's Whisper.... S. Lover............134 The Doorstep......

.E. C. Stedman....157

My Nell.........

..S. Doudney ........135 Music and Love........ .W. Shakspere.....159

The Minstrel's Call.... .S. T. Coleridge... 135 From “ The Song of the

Love's Burial Place... ..S.T. Coleridge...135 Camp".

B. Taylor ...........159

All June I Bound the Rose in

The Lily Pond...... ..G. P. Lathrop.... 160

Sheaves.........

..R. Browning.......137 Balcony Scene, from “Romeo

“This is a Spray the Bird

and Juliet”.

..... W. Shakspere..... 161

Clung to" ..... ..R. Browning.......137 Treu und Fest...

..Anonymous ..

...161

On Her Birthday..... ......Anonymous .......137 The Blue-Eyed Lassie...........R. Burds............161

The Influence of Woman...... Beaumont & Flet- A Madrigal............ .P. H. Hayne......163

cher...... ..137 “0, had my love ne'er smiled

Sonnet to a Friend......... .W. Shakspere.....137

on me".

.R. B. Sheridan....163

Beauty Robtraut......... .G. Meredith .......138 Serenade..

.Sir W. Scott

Sonnet to Love.......... .W. Shakspere.....139 Love........

.H. B. Stowe........163

Love's Sweet Memories.... ..S. J. Clarke........139 When Stars are in the Quiet

A Holiday Idyl.......... Anonymous ...139 Skies.........

.Bulwer-Lytton... 164

To * *

..P. B. Shelley......140 The Sweet Neglect.......... .B. Johnson.........164

From the Dedication to “The

“Do you remember how we

Revolt of Islam".

.P. B. Shelley ......140 used to pace".

.T. Westwood......165

Boybood........

W. Allston.........140 Jeanie Morrison........ .W. Motherwell.. 165

My Letter.......

.Anonymous ....... 141 Come into the Garden, Maud..A. Tennyson......166

The Land of Love........ ..J. B. A. Karr .....142 Who is Love......... ....J. Miller.............167

Home Happiness...... .C. Swain ............143 Song: “She is not fair to

Love is a Sickness....... ..S. Daniel............143 outward view".

H. Coleridge. ..167

Ballad : “I'll never love thee Marquis of Mon- “Don't be sorrowful, darling"..R. Peale............168

more".

.....144 A Woman's Question............A. A. Procter.....168

My Saint....

Anonymous ....

.......144 The Coquette........... .C. Swain............168

Lochaber No More........... .A. Ramsay.... 144 How Do I Love Thee.... .E. B. Browning ..169

When the Kye Come Hame...J. Hogg.. .145 Love's Impress......

.E. Hinxman....... 169

Her Letter........

..B, Harte.............146 To Celia........

B. Johnson.........169

From “The Day is Done”.......

..H. W. Longfel- Othello's Defense...... .W. Shakspere..... 171

low......... 148 Lochinvar.

Sir Walter Scott. 171

Love's Ghost.......... .P. B. Marston.....148 A Glimpse of Love....... T. B. Read.........172

Concealed Love........... ...... W. Sbakspere.....149 Absence..........

.T. Campbell.......172

Go Sit by the Summer Sea.....J. Shirley. ..........149 Ruth ......

..T. Hood............172

Song: "Soft pity never leaves

Song: • Why so pale and

the gentle breast”.... ........R. B. Sheridan....150 wan, fond lover” .............. Sir J. Suckling...173

trose.........

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Send Back My Heart............ Sir J. Suckling...173 At the Church Gate.............. W. M. Thacker-

Love, from “ The Maiden

ay...................186

Queen"..

.........J. Dryden......... 173 Triumph of Charis.............B. Jopson..........187

Bright, O Bright Fedalma ......George Eliot .....175 Song: “ Withdraw not those

A Health ....

..E. O. Pinkney.....175 lips and fingers”

.T. Campbell.......187

The Gold Hunter........ .....J. Miller........ .175 Good Morrow.....

.T. Heywood.......187

Farewell to Nancy... ..R. Burns........ ...176 To Lucasta.........

Sir R. Lovelace...187

The Lady's Looking-Glass....M. Prior ............176 Cupid and Campaspe............J. Lyly..............187

Wooing Stuffe...... ........... SirPhilip Sidney.176 Song : “Sigh no more, ladies,

“ Believe me, if all those en-

sigh no more"...

.W. Shakspere.....188

dearing young charms”..

.......T. Moore...........177 To the Lady Anne Hamilton.. W. R. Spencer....188

Love ......

.R. Southey.........177 The Passionate Shepherd to

« Tis like a tale of olden

His Love.......

..C. Marlowe........189

time".

...G. Massey.......... 177 The Nymph's Reply. ..Sir W. Raleigh...189

“Hollow is the oak beside".....Bulwer-Lytton....179 Freedom and Love... ..T. Campbell.......189

“If I desire with pleasant

Love's Philosophy.................P. B. Shelley......190

songs".

.T. Burbidge .......179 Song: “Look out, bright Beaumont & Flet-

Evelyn Hope...

..R. Browning.......179 eyes, and bless the air”....... cher.......... .191

Song of Egla..

M. G. Brooks......180 The Old Couple................ Anonymous .......192

Love Letters..

...R. Brown...........180 The Exchange....

.S.T. Coleridge....192

Song: From "Supper at the

The Land o’the Leal............Lady Nairn........192

Mill”....... ...........J. Ingelow..........181 Allen-a-Dale

.....Sir W. Scott......193

On Woman's Inconstancy......Sir R. Ayton......182 Genevieve........... .........S. T. Coleridge ...194

Annie Laurie........... .Douglas of Fing- “ Farewell! but whenever you

land .......... 182 welcome the hour". .......T. Moore............194

To Althea, from Prison.........R. Lovelace........182 Morality in Art.............. .V. Cousin..........194

Song: “It was a lover and

The Lake of the Dismal

his lass".

......... W. Shakspere ....183

Swamp........

.T. Moore ...... .195

Comin' Through the Rye....... Anonymous....... 183 Proposal..

.B. Taylor ...........196

Song: “Ask me no more"......T. Carew....... 184 Love

.S.T. Coleridge...197

Go, Lovely Rose........... .... E. Waller.........184 A Petition to Time....... B. W. Procter.....198

“Filled with Balm the Gale

Sonnet ; “In the long, sleep- H. W. Longfel-

Sigbs on”........

................... T. Moore...........184 less watches of the night”... low. .............. 198

John Alden and Priscilla......H. W. Longfel- Epithalamium....... ....J.G. C. Brainard..199

185 John Anderson...... .....R. Burns.............201

Stanzas: “ As when a lady,

The Gude Wife...... .......J. Linen............201

walking Flora's bower”.. ..F. Quarles.........185 “Not Ours the Vows”...........B. Barton....... ...202

Hymn on the Morning of

The Cotter's Saturday Night...R. Burns...........216

Christ's Nativity..............J. Milton...........205 Hymn: “ Abide with me”....H. F. Lyte..... ...221

A Christmas Hymn......... ...A. Domett.........209 The Ninety and Nine............E. C. Clephane...222

Come, Ye Disconsolate..........T. Moore...........209 It's Ain Drap o' Dew............J. Ballantine......223

The Mystic's Christmas.........J. G. Whittier....211 Nearer, My God, to Thee......S. F. Adams......223

“I would not live alway". .... W. A. Muhlen- Sonnet on His Blindness........J. Milton...........223

berg ........... ..211 Lines Written in His Bible.... Sir W. Raleigh...223

Christmas in the Woods.........H. Weir............212 Address to the Unco Guid......R. Burns............225

The Wonders of All-ruling

The Burial of Moses..............C. F. Alexander ..225

Providence......... ..J. Kents............213 Self-Knowledge........ .T. a Kempis........226

The Bible.........

.R. Hall..............213 Evening in Paradise.. .J. Milton...........227

God's Acre........

..H. W. Longfel-

Example ..... ...........J. Keble............229

low.......... .214 Song: "The harp at Nature's

Redemption

.......J. Dryden..........214 advent strung" .........J. G. Whittier....228

Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me.....A. M. Toplady...214 Jesus, Lover of My Soul........C. Wesley..........228

The Winged Worshipers.......C. Sprague.........215 From “ Miriam” ...............J. G. Whittier.... 229

The Good Old Times.. .....

.........R. Heber...........215 Morning Hymn............

............J. Milton .......... 230

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Nearer Home......... .P. Carey ............230 “Hail the High, the Holy

The Statue in Clay.. ...R. H. Stoddard...231 One”

......J. Montgomery...245

Up Hill..

C. G. Rossetti .. ..231 Habit ..........

..J. Taylor ...........245

Trust........

.Anonymous........232 At the Last........

...V. Hugo............246

The Dying Christian to His

Virtue

.G. Herbert .........

246

Soul .........

...........A. Pope ............ 233 God.........

.Derzhavin..........246

The Landing of the Pilgrim

Sometime.....

.M. R. Smith.......247

Fathers....

.F. D. Hemans......233 Ode to the Creation.. .A. Marvell.........

.248

The Sleep......

.E. B. Browning ...233 Light ...

.E. Elliott....... ..249

Abou Ben Adhem........ .L. Hunt... 234 Alone.......

A. J. Ryan

The Temple of Nature .........D. Vedder......

.234 Only a Little Way.... Anonymous .......250

Time and Eternity... ..R. Heber.. .236 The Pauper's Death-Bed.......C. A. B. Southey..250

Invocation to Light...............J. Milton ..... ..236 Life.........

.G. Herbert..........251

Whatever Is, Is Best.. Anonymous .......237 The Star of Bethlehem...... .H. K. White...... 251

Love...

.S. P. Jones .........237 The Elixir.........

..G. Herbert..... ...251

From “Rifts in the Cloud".... .. W. Carleton.......238 The Spilt Pearls.

.R. C. Trench......252

The Hermit.........

..T. Parnell...... .239 Man's Medley..

.G. Herbert.........253

No Sects in Heaven..... ..Anonymous..

....... 243 Habit.......

..Sir T. Browne.....254

Missionary Hymn.......... ..R. Heber............ 244 Benevolence....... ......J. Beattie...........254

Prayer .....

..J. Montgomery...245

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The Armada........... .T. B. Macaulay...257 The Patriot's Pass Word. .....J. Montgomery...276

The Peri's Offering... .T. Moore............258 The Harp that Once Through

Belshazzar ....

.B. W. Procter....259 Tara's Halls

.T. Mooro............277

Bruce's Address...

.R. Burns............260 The Bivouac of the Dead.......T. O'Hara.........277

Patriotism........

.Sir W. Scott...... 261 “Yes, 'tis not Helm nor Fea-

Lochiel's Warning......... .T. Campbell.......262 ther”.

..T. Moore...........278

The Burial of Sir John Moore..C. Wolfe............263 The Death of Marmion......... Sir W. Scott...... 278

Marco Bozzaris....

.F. G. Halleck.....264 From “Marmion”.

Sir W. Scott......279

Ode to the Brave....... .W. Collins.........265 Conquest of Jerusalem by the

An Ode ......

.Sir W. Jones......265 Crusaders....... ...... E. Gibbon ......... 279

America.......

..S. F. Smith ........266 Twilight on the Battlefield..... Sir W, Scott.......281

The Traitor, from “ Lalla

Destruction of Sennacherib...Lord Byron........281

Rookh".

...T. Moore............267 Ivry.........

.... T. B. Macaulay...283

The Bard....

.T. Gray .............267 Song of the Greek Poet......... Lord Byron....... 285

The American Flag.............J. R. Drake.........269 How they Brought the Good

The Star-Spangled Banner.....F. S. Key..........270 News from Ghent to Aix.... R. Browning ......286

Maryland........

.J. R. Randall...... 271 The Fall of Wolsey.......... .W. Shakspere.... 288

Music in Camp........ .J. R. Thompson..271 Fear..........

.W. Shakspere....289

Monterey..

.C. F. Hoffman.....272 The Shipwreck..... .Lord Byron........ 290

From "The Sword of Cas-

The Dream of Clarence.........W. Shakspere.... 290

truccio Castrucani”.... .E. B. Browning...273 Henry V. to his Soldiers........ W. Shakspere....291

Arlington.......

.J. R. Randall......273 A Spanish Bull-fight.............Lord Byron........292

Vindication

.R. Emmet..........274 The Ingratitude of Republics.. W. Shakspere.. ..293

Cavalry Song..

.E. C. Stedman....275 The Prisoner of Chillon......... Lord Byron........294

Battle Hymn of the Republic Mrs. J. W. Howe.275 Ensign Epps.......................J. B. O'Reilly.....295

“As by the shore at break of” T. Moore ...........275 Charge of the Light Brigade A. Tennyson......295

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Echo and Silence............. Sir E. Brydges....305 Song of the Rose......... .Sappho.............336

And Now Comes Autumn......M. Eytinge..... ...306 To an Early Primrose... .H. K. White......338

Autumnal Sonnet.... ... W. Allingham.....306 Song to the Violet........ ..J. R. Lowell.......338

Indian Summer.......

Mrs. Nicholls .... 306 Almond Blossom....

.E. Arnold..... .338

Indian Summer, from “Mi-

To Blossoms.....

.R. Herrick.........339

ami Woods"

W. D. Gallagher.306 The Holly Tree..... .R. Southey.........340

Autumn.....

.P. B. Shelley......307 The Ivy Green....

.C. Dickens.........340

November.....

.R. H. Stoddard.. 309 The Skylark.....

.J. Taylor...........341

Winter........

W. Cowper......... 309 To Primroses Filled with

The Snow-Shower... .W. C. Bryant......811 Morning Dew

.R. Herrick.......... 342

Lost in the Snow..

..J. Thomson........311 A Drop of Dew.....

A. Marvell.........342

The Snow-Storm.... .J. G. Whittier....312 Hymn to the Flowers.... .H. Smith...........344

Midwinter........

Anonymous ...313 To Daffodils.....

.R. Herrick.... .345

The Frost............

H. F. Gould.......314 To a Mountain Daisy..... .R. Burns.......... .345

Spring......

.T. Chatterton......314 The Grove.......

.A. Cowley..........345

Prelude to “The Lores of

Daffodils.

W. Wordsworth.347

the Angels”.

.T. Moore...........314 The Wood Giant....... ...J.G. Whittier....347

Song: “When daffodils be-

To the Butterfly

..S. Rogers...........348

gin to peer'

.W. Shakspere.....315 The Rainbow.......

.W.Wordsworth..348

Spring........

.C. A. Swinburne 315 The Nightingale... .H. Coleridge.......349

The Symphony of Spring......J. Thomson........316 The Early Blue-Bird............. L. H. Sigourney..349

Sonnet to Spring.... .H. Howard.........317 Song: “ Hark! hark! the

Trout Fishing....... ..J. Thomson........317 lark at heaven's gate sings”.W. Shakspere.....349

Song: “Woodmen, shep-

Song: Gayety of Naturc...... M. R. Mitford.....349

herds, come away”. .J. Shirley...........318 Birds in Summer...

. M. Howitt..........351

May, from

“The Fuery

To a Nightingale.

... W. Drummond..351

Queene"..

.E. Spenser.........318 The Skylark .....

.J.Hogg.

.351

To May.

..L. Hunt.. ..319 Ode to the Cuckoo...... J. Logan............352

Song to May......

.E. Darwin..........320 Robert of Lincoln...... .... W. C. Bryant..... 352

June, from “The Vision of

To an Insect.....

0. W. Holmes.....353

Sir Launfal”..

.J. R. Lowell.......320 Sonnet to the Mocking-

A Holiday ........

W. Allingham....821 Bird.........

.R. H. Wilde.......354

Summer Longings......... .D. F. McCarthy...322 The Chambered Nautilus......0. W. Holmes. ..355

A Dream of Summer...... .J. G. Whittier....322 To a Waterfowl........... .W. C. Bryant...... 355

They Come! The Merry Sum-

From “The Planting of The

mer Months.......

.M. Motherwell....322

Apple Tree".

.... W. C. Bryant......356

Song of the Summer Winds...G. Darley..........324 The Summer Birds......... ..A. B. Welby......357

“Carpe Diem".

.Anonymous........324 To a Skylark......... .P. B. Shelley ......359

June Days.......

.R. B. Wilson......325 The Bobolink....

.T. Hill... ...360

Flowers....

..J. Ruskin...........326 Song of the River....... .C. Kingsley........360

The Ivy.

.H. Burton..........327 The Shaded Water...... .W. G. Simms.....362

Three Summer Studies..........J. B. Hope.........327 A Wet Sheet and a Flow-

In the Summer Time....... J. Dennis.. ........329

ing Sea .........

..A. Cunningham..363

Ivy............

.Anonymous........329 Storm at Night.

.Lord Byron........36?

The Rhodora.........

.R. W. Emerson...329 Woodland Streams.

.F. Brown............365

Summer Rain........

.E.C. Stedman.....331 The Rain.........

.L. A. Bojes........ 365

July, from “The Earthly

The Rain.......

..R. H. Stoddard...365

Paradise".

...... W. Morris........ 331 The Fountain...

..J. R. Lowell....... 365

The Violet...... ......... W. W. Story......331 The Voice of Nature..... W. Cowper.. .....866

The Mountain Heartsease...... Bret Harte.........332 The Wayside Spring......... .T. B. Rcad..........867

Arbutus...

H. Jackson.........333 Apostrophe to the Ocean......Lord Byron........368

Song of the Flowers ........ .L. Hunt...... 333 Passing the Icebergs......

...T. B. Read....

.369

The Language of Flowers......J. G. Percival....334 Fairy Gold........

.M. K. Davis...... 370

Sensitive Plant........ .P. B. Shelley...... 334 The Sea ............

B. W. Procter... 870

Lilies of the Field............... J. Keble............ 336 Fair Weather and Foul..... Anonymous...... 371

In the Woods....... ...G. Chaucer........ 336 Northern Lights............ ....G. H. McMastor 873

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