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Greek Chorus, the Quantity and Letters of a Traveller, 52 Parlour Library, 119, 183, 372
Princess, the, a Medley, 116
Rambles on the Hartz Moun-
Midsummer Eve, a Fairy Tale
Select Plays of William Shake-
| Youth's Story Teller, 372
Pity and the Rose, 302
Pleader, the, 241
Ireland, on the present State of, Rich Man's Bride, the, 19
Secret disclosed, the, 178
Snowdrop, the, 166
Joan of Arc, the last Moments Song, 96
Sonnets, 19, 30, 180, 202, 279
Spirits of the Abbey, the, 33
Spirits, the, of the Past, 34 -
Stanzas, 75, 155
Lament, a, of Judah, 45 Stan zas to the Memory of Rosa,
Lament, the, of the Unfortu | Stanzas to Dante, 345
Storm-hymn, the, 15
Lay of a Maniac, 283
They say this World is full of
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| Love's Growth is like the Flow- Violets, 166, 211
Voices from Nature, 86
Una Idea, 94
| When soft Winds are sighing,
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Wife, the neglected, to her Hus-
Woodbine, the, 103
Old Love, and the New, 324 Words and Winds, 49
Old Soldier, the, 338
a false One, 364
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