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Perseverance. Longfellow 320
Philanthropy. Larcom 153
Philosophy. Tennyson 33
Pity.

Allerton 370
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Browning 165
Poetry.

Eliot 254
Poets.

Charles 156
Praise.

Eliot 253
Prayer.

Tennyson 37
Prayers.

Larcom 152
Precocity. Longfellow 320
Present.

Whittier
Pride.

Tennyson 37
Progress. Tennyson 33
Randolph. Whittier

92
Raphael. Longfellow 319
Realization.

Larcom 152
Regret.

Larcom 152
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Rossetti 386
Renown. Longfellow 320
Repentance.

Eliot 254
Reserve. Longfellow 320
Retrospect. Coleridge 223
Retrospection. Whittier

91
Respect. Longfellow 320
Riches.

Blunt 401
River.

Victor 318
River Otter. Coleridge 224
Sadness. Longfellow 322
Satire.

Tennyson 34
Scriptures. Whittier 90
Sea.

Rossetti 386
Self-Complacent. Browning 164

Self-Criticism

Eliot 254
Service. Longfellow 319
Shadows.

Whittier

92
Sheridan, Coleridge 224
Shipley.

Whittier 92
Shoemakers. Whittier 95
Simplicity. Coleridge 224
Skies.

Browning 164
Slander. Tennyson 37
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Coleridge 223
Sleep.

Coleridge 223
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Longfellow 320
Solitude. Longfellow 321
Song of the Universe, The

Farmer 177
Sonnet.

Coleridge 224
Sorrow. Longfellow 322
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Tennyson 33
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Speech.

Eliot 254
Spirituality. Whittier

92
Spring.

Clarke 217
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Harris 21
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Tennyson 33
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Wilson 42
Stars.

Longfellow 321
Striving.

Whittier

95
Strife.

Larcom 153
Success.

Malone 267
Summer.

Charles 156
Summertime.

Larcom 153
Sun.

Longfellow 322

Superstition. Coleridge 223
Swiss Song. Gorton 282
Sympathy. Longfellow 320
Tears. Longfellow 322

Coleridge 220
Temptation. Longfellow 320
Tennyson. Longfellow 319
Thought. Longfellow 320
Time. H. L. Wright 403
Tomb.

Blake 375
To the Autumnal Moon.

Coleridge 224
Truth. Longfellow 319
Twilight.

Hager 206
Twins.

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Uncertainty. Walsworth

73
Unity.

Whittier
Vengeance.

Eliot 254
Virtue.

Wilcox 274
War.

Whittier 91
Wife.

Tennyson 33
Winter. Coleridge 223
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McConihe 182
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Whittier 90
Woman.

Eliot 253
Words.

Eliot 254
Wordsworth. Whittier
Work.

Wilcox 274
Workers. Longfellow 320
Worship.

Wilstach 294
Wrong.

Hibbard 315
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Patmore 315

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Eliot 253

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INDEX OF POETS.

Those marked * are accompanied with biographical notice ; those marked † by illustration.

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Addleshaw, Percy
*Allerton, Ellen P.
*Allingham, William
*+"Arnold, Birch'
Arnold, Sir Edwin
Austin, Alfred
Bangs, John Kendrick
*Barrows, John Otis
*+Bartlett, Alice Eloise
Barton, Clara
*Baskett, N. M., M. D.
**Bates, Charlotte Fiske
*+Bates, Clara Doty
*Bates, Katharine Lee
Beardsley, Anna Poole
*+Beery, Adaline Hohf
Belrose, Louis, Jr.
Benton, Joel
*+Bigelow, Lettie S.
Bigelow, Walter Storrs
*Blake, Mary Elizabeth
**Blanchard, Ferdinand, M. D.
*fBlunt, Wilfred Scawen
Bocock, John Paul
**Bohan, Elizabeth Baker
Bradbury, William B.
Bridges, Madeline
**Brittingham, Florence V.
**Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
Bryant, William Cullen
*+Buck, Mary K.
Burnett, Jean La Rue
Burns, Robert
*Buskirk, Clarence A.
Butterworth, Hezekiah
Byron, Lord
Cawein, Madison
*tCharles, Emily Thornton
**Clapp, Eva Katharine
**Clarke, Mary H. Gray
**Cleary, Kate McPhelim
Clodfelter, N.J.
Cloud, Virginia Woodward
Coates, Florence Earle
*Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
*+Conklin, Jane E. D.
Cowper, William
Coyle, Henry
**Crane, Rev. Oliver, D. D.
Crawford, F. Marion
*Creamer, Edward Sherwood
Cross, Allen Eastman
Currier, Mary M.
Cushman, Lilla N.
*Damon, Frances Lewis Brackett
*Daniel, Marion Dalana
Deletombe, Alice S.
Dewart, Rev. E. H., D. D.
* Dickens, Charles

373

77
395
236
171
231
237

65
161
226

53
241
323

271
76, 96, 336

324
339

**Dieudonne, Florence Carpenter
Ditchett, Herbert
Dobson, Austin
Drake, Joseph Rodman
Dwight, Timothy
*+Eliot, George
Fahnestock, Rev. Alfred H.
**Farmer, Lydia Hoyt
*Farrand, May Spencer
Farrell, John M.
Fawcett Edgar
Field, Eugene
*Fitzgerald, Marcella A.
**Foss, Sam Walter
Fremont, John C.
Fullerton, John
**Gibson, Eva Katharine Clapp
*Gilbert, William Schwenck
**Gorton, Cynthia M. R.
*TGow, Minnie
Greene, Homer
Habington, William
**Hager, Lucie C.
**Hamm, Margherita Arlina
Harrington, John
*Harris, Edmund K.
Harte, Bret
*tHatch, Mary R. P.
Hayne, Paul Hamilton
Hayne, William H.
Heber, Reginald
Hempstead, Junius L.
Henderson, W. J.
Herrick, Robert
**Hibbard, Grace
**Holder, Phebe A.
Holland, J. G.
*+Holmes, Georgiana Klingle
Holmes, Oliver Wendell
Hood, Thomas
*Hope, James Barron
Hopkinson, Joseph
*+ Howe, Julia Ward
**Hunt, Helen
Hunt, Leigh
*Hurd, Helen Marr
Ireland, Mary E.
**Jackson, Helen Hunt
**Johnson, Gertrude Tracy
Jones, Florence A.
Jordan, Cornelia J. M.
Kaye, John W.
Key, Francis Scott
**Kinne, Sophronia Young
* Klingle, George
* Larcom, Lucy
Larremore, Wilbur
*+Lazarus, Emma
Leonard, Mary H.

159
238
414
226
227
247
107
176

43
420
420
420
288
351

330
102, 338

389

60
281

71
416
325
205
294
323

17
233
391
106
108
236
239
339
325
315
199
228
261
105
327
188

95
410

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337
237, 241

218

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236

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47, 96

415
408
104
107
238
165
407
339
102
255

67
235

9
208
240
420
241
225
300
261
149
338
375
329

Lockhart, Arthur Johnson
Lodge, Thomas
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Lord, William S.
Lovelace, Richard
*McCabe, Andrew
**McConihe, Isabella Wilson
MacDonald, George
McGaffey, Ernest
Mackay, Eric
MacKellar, Thomas
*McNamara, William F.
*Malone, Walter
**Markell, Charles F.
Markham, Charles Edwin
Martin, W. Wilsey
Merrill, George E.
Miller, Elizabeth Henry
Monroe, Harriet
Moore, Clara Jessup
Morgan, Carrie Blake
*Morris, Lewis
Moulton, Louise Chandler
Mountcastle, Clara H.
Munby, Arthur J.
*Nason, Edwin Francis
Nettleton, Charles P.
*+Norton, Caroline Elizabeth
*+O’Beirne, Harry F.
O'Reilley, James
*+Palmer, Fanny Purdy
Palmer, J. W.
**Parham, Eugenia
*Patmore, Coventry
Patterson, John
*Pennell, Harriette G.
*|Phelps, Elizabeth Stewart
**Phelps, Rev. S. Dryden
**Poe, Edgar Allan
*Poole, Fanny H. R.
**Ragsdale, Lulah
Rawnsley, H. D.
*Read, Thomas Buchanan
Rexdale, Robert
**Rhoderick, George C., Jr.
*Rice, Walter Allen
**Rich, Helen Hindsdale
Riley, James

106

324
I 30, 319

340
323
183
181
419
241
333
237

55
266
137
336
233

97
334

96
419
107
285
104
235
325
268
420
345

*Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
*Runnells, Fannie Huntington
**Ruskin, John
Ryan, Abram J.
Saltus, Francis Saltus
**See, Benjamin F.
**Shaler, Clarence A.
Simms, William Gilmore
*tSimpson, Corelli C. W.
Smith, Emeline Sherman
**Smith, Frances M. O.
Smith, Huntington
Smith, Jeanie Oliver
Smith, Rev. Dr. Samuel F.
Stanton, Frank L.
Stedman, Edmund Clarence
Sweet, Frank H.
Swinburne, Algernon Charles
Tabb, John B.
Tannahill, Robert
Tapley, Kimball Chase
* Tennyson, Alfred (Lord)
Thomas, Edith M.
**Thornton, Emily
**Upham, Rev. James, D. D.
Valentine, Edward A. Uffington
Van Fredenberg, Henry A.
*+Vasser, William Edward
*+Victor, Frances Fuller
*+Von K., Camilla K.
**Walsworth, Minnie Gow
**Ware, Mary
**Ward, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
Washington, Lucy H.
*+Wheeler, Ella
*+Whitman, Sarah Helen
*+Whittier, John Greenleaf
*Wilcox, Ella Wheeler
*Wilson, Olivia Lovell
Wilson, Robert Burns
*+Wilstach, John Augustine
**Wintermute, Martha
Wister, Owen
*Wolverton, Sarah
**Wood, Mary C. F. Hall
Wright, David Henry
**Wright, Hattie Leonard

382
201
370
227
329

85
187
335
37
98
193

97
105
108
333
229
336
109
108
326

242
29, 324

340
153

73
106
415

56
317
304

71
15. 240

380

234
238, 272

283
89, 225, 327
238, 272

41
419
291
212
237
207
309

334
259
229

49
311
106

23
380

21
125
201
275
104

4
235
403

39
359

240, 106

401

336

INDEX OF AUTHORS OF PROSE SKETCHES.

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315

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183
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Abraham, Lewis
Adams, Oscar Fay
Anderson, Mrs. E. F. S.
Armstrong, Mrs. J. A.
Ashbury, O. C.
Bates, Mrs. E. L.
Berteling, J. B., M. D.
Bullen, Mrs. G. A.
Carrington, Gen. H. B., U. S. A.
Cobb, Cyrus
Everett, Mrs. Naomi
Eyles, F. A. H.
Forman, H. Buxton
Gallienne, Richard le
Gault, William R.
Gilmore, Charles Marsh, M. D.
Gow, James M.
Green, F. H.
Guild, Marion P.
Guiney, Louise Imogen
Harbaugh, Thomas C.
Hawthorne, Rev. J. B., D. D.
Hinckley, Frederic A.
Hyde, Rev. Henry, D. D.
Ingram, John H.
Irving, Dudley
James, Dallas H.
Jamison, Lela E.
Japp, Alexander H.
Kennedy, Eva Marie
Kerr, Miss Belle F.
Kiernan, Edward W.
Kimball, Horace A.
King, I. Arthur
Knowles, Fred. Lawrence
LaGrange, Annette
Lockhart, Rev. Arthur J., D. D.
Lovejoy, George Newell
Lowber, J. W.
Mace, Frances L.

214

65
285
382
395
188
187
71
27
304
140
403
407
259
199
I 24
410
275
272
312

McCahon, J. C.
McCallester, Rev. Lee S., D. D.
McGee, Howard Hawthorne
Manning, Helen
Michel, Nettie Leila
Miles, Alfred H.
Moon, G. Washington
Moulton, Charles Wells
Nason, Emma Huntington
Nias, James
O'Hagan, Thomas
Parker, Benjamin S.
Perry, Wilder W.
Pettit, Eliza S.
Princeton, John
Randolph, Henry F.
Read, Jane Maria
Renfrew, Carrie
Rexdale, Robert
Robinson, Harriet H.
Rodes, J. H.
Sanders, W. F.
Sawyer, Col. Benjamin F.
Smith, J. L.
Stevens, Alice F.
Thomas, C. S.
Thompson, M. M.
Thurman, Henry A.
Ticknor, Cornelia E.
Van Fredenberg, Henry A.
Ward, Jeanette
Warner, Samuel
Warren, Ina Russelle
Watrous, Col. J. A.
Whiting, Charles G.
Willard, Cordelia Young
Wilder, D. W.
Williams, W. G., D. D., LL. D.
Wilson, G. Herrick
Wood, Inez R.

80

298
21, 73, 205

247

29, 161

17

39
149
195
56

15
291

77
137

ISI
294, 391

79
153, 283, 354, 375

9, 176

43
255, 351

171
359

408
317, 401
288, 380

201
309
165
23
49
37

300
366

85
281
359
402
A soul in unison with God,

INDEX OF FIRST LINES.

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338

146
38

318

386
348

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306

A barren tree against the sunset sky

305
About the shrine of Cupid lay,
Above the abysmal undivided deep

287
Above the drowsy hum of bees,

56
A bright little brook went dancing by.

15
A child is crying in the street,

104
A child of scarcely seven years

317
Across a continent and sea,

183
Across the Eastern sky has glowed

375
Across the years I call to thee,

271
Adieu, happy dream, for Life's day-star has
vanished,

390
Afar, sweet song

261
A fleet set sail upon a summer sea,
A full camellia at her heart,

106
Again the Christmas bells have rung.

50
Again we hear the Christmas bells.

404
A German maiden springs the warp,
A hawthorn bough in full and snowy bloom 144
Ah broken is the golden bowl,

132
Ah! changes! changes! within thy spell

188
Ah! that sunny southern clime,

240
Alas! how easily things go wrong.

419
A lewd, low fellow of the baser sort,

97
Alexander has drunk too deep;

166
A little weeping over glad hopes perished, 206
A little while a little love

384
All are not taken; there are left behind 163
All hail the College Beautiful!
All men must pay some ransom unto Fate 374
"All the rivers run into the sea

382
All things had reached creation, but stood still 409
Along the beach

365
A maiden sat at her window

62
A man among his fellow-men,

277
Amid these hills is felt the winter's rigor;

74
A moment's grace, Pygmalion! Let me be 380
Among the quiet peasants in Brittany they tell 288
An angel strayed from Heaven's gate,

139
And so you have found an old programme? 145
"And when we meet, as meet we may,

275
An oval form of greenish blue,

184
A Poet bound for distant Helicon

409.
Apple-blossoms, budding, blowing,

150
Apollo plays on his lyre of gold,
April's afield, April's in the air!

237
Art thou a dream?
A shrouded fear came to my gate,

67
A single sunset hath more loveliness

277
As late each flower that sweetest blows

219
A soft September twilight,

28
Ask what you will, my own and only love;
A soldier of the Legion lay dying in Algiers— 345
As some grand sun slow rolling

171
A sonnet is a moment's monument,

385
A sorry old nag was the old grey horse

106
A strong wind sweeps the ancient town, 309
A summer's day and summer's ripe perfection, 71
As water lilies from the depths

240
As when the buds of oak and maple swell, 28

Athwart the grain-clad fields,
A timid little lover,
At play, a boy, just turning eleven,
At seventeen she grew between

339
At sunset oft along the lower sky.

178
At the dim close of the November day.

391
At the ebb of the tide, a stately ship,

316
Aunt Nellie has fashioned a dainty thing, 72
A vision of brave men from eldest time, 339
A voice by the cedar tree,

323
Away my dear from slumber land,

170
Bark, the frailest on the sea,

217
Beautiful faces are those that wear-

366
Beautiful, golden wild poppies,

315
Beautiful hands, folded to rest,

16
Beautiful land, where my home has been, 194
Beauty like hers is genius.
Be frank with me, and I accept my lot;
Beneath star-gemmed arches glowing

291
Beside the sewing-table chained and bent,

336
Between the sea-cliffs,

108
Blindfolded and alone I stand.
Budding, blooming, dying,
By radiant beams the western hill

66
By the merest chance in the twilight gloom 416
Capricious daughter of the spring

241
Columbia, Columbia, to glory arise,

227
Columbia ! Men beheld thee rise,

96
Come, my Lesbia, no repining,

420
Come, stack arms, men !

229
Cover them over with beautiful flowers-

404
Cupid, if storying legends tell aright,

219
Day of judgment, awe-investing,

47
Dazzling through the glamour

160
Dead, she drifted to his feet

381
Dead rhymes are here that no man comes to read;339
Dear friend, in leafy, balmy days,

38
Dear hearts, whose love has been

IO
Dear little hand that clasps my own;

285
Death sleeps and is quiet,

310
Debarred from fragrant wood and field, 183
Developed human nature is greater

409
Dost thou remember that autumnal day 283
Do thy chamber windows open east,

317
Down, down through by-gone ages

217
Down from the cloud-capped mountain,
Dreaming is pleasant, I know, my boy; 340
Dusk-devils ! Messengers of woe

241
Each morning, as I lie in bed

409
E'en thro' her radiant beauty, hour by hour
Eighty-five ! how strange to see

16
Entering life, we come fearfully

155
Eve, sweet tempter, lovely sinner

266
Eyes shaded gray, wistful, tender,

42
Fáint clouds that form a snowy ledge

241
Faint from the bell the ghastly echoes fall, 371
Fair hand that gleaneth treasures bright,
Farewell, dark gaol. You hold some better

hearts
Far westward is a snow-bound train;

143
Fate, 'tis the tide eternal of

159

212

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358

334

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