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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, by
RUDD & CARLETON, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern
District of New York.
GENERAL GEORGE P. MORRIS.
“Look into thy heart, and write,” has become the watchword of to-day. But you have searched, not your own heart alone, but the deep heart of our universal humanity; not with a harsh touch to bring its foibles to light, but with a generous hand, to aid every aspiration towards the beautiful and the true, and to raise the longing soul to those realms of light and song,
where your genial spirit finds its native home. So have you guided me towards that sunny land ; and though my weak hand may not reach the radiant blooms, meet for a poet's brow, let me lay at your feet this tribute flower, in grateful memory of enduring friendship.
New YORK, 1859.
Music, an Exponent of Scenery and Character.-Moon-
light, Music, Love, and Flowers.—The Bride and her
Friends.—Is this Love?.......
A Disappointed Fortune-Hunter and a Sad Bride.-Schem-
ing:-Prosperity.–Victor Artuad.- A Fearful Enlighten-
ing.--"The Mournful Midnight Hours.”.
Repentance Accepted.-Revenge Purchased by Falsehood
and Crime.-The Prisoner..
A Mother's Repining8.—Never lose Caste.-What can Supply
the place of lost Gentility.--The Broken Gentleman.-
Unobtrusive Sympathy.—Rest in Peace...
News from the South.-The Bubble Burst.—Let us go to
Her.—The Imprisoned Lady.--Love Justified.—I am not
Forgotten.-The End of an Evil Life.-A glad Meeting,
ere we part for ever.....
Going Home.—A Glimpse of Summer.-The Soldier's Re-
turn.- Once and Always.—The End.....