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Greek Chorus, the Quantity and Letters of a Traveller, 52 Parlour Library, 119, 183, 372
Music of the, discovered, 185 Lyrics and Miscellaneous Po-Peace Advocate, the, 185

ems, 182

Princess, the, a Medley, 116
Half-Sisters, the, 244

Rambles on the Hartz Moun-
How to Win Love, or Rhoda's Madeline, a Tragedy, 120

tains, 309
Lesson, 372

Midsummer Eve, a Fairy Tale
of Love, 54, 118

Select Plays of William Shake-
Keepsake, the, 50

speare, 372
Koecker's Essay on the Dis. | Oddfellow's Reciter and Fireside Story of the Seasons, 372
eases of the Jaws, 120

Companion, 372

| Youth's Story Teller, 372

POETRY.

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Absence, 294
| Helen of Coniston, 162

Pity, 171
Address of a Convict to her Helen Grey, 211

Pity and the Rose, 302
Child, 137
Human Voice, the, 72

Pleader, the, 241
Angel of Death, 151

Poetry, 267
Apostle, the, and the Cherries, Invocation to the Spirit of Poetry,
355

Recollections, 279
Aveline, 264

Ireland, on the present State of, Rich Man's Bride, the, 19
Azeth, 142

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Irish Emigrants, 354

Secret disclosed, the, 178
Battle of Life, 199

Snowdrop, the, 166
Broken Spell, the, 152

Joan of Arc, the last Moments Song, 96
of, 362

Sonnets, 19, 30, 180, 202, 279
Child, the, is Father to the Man, June, 371

Spirits of the Abbey, the, 33
210

Spirits, the, of the Past, 34 -
Chivalry, 114
Lady's Reply, the, 324

Stanzas, 75, 155
Coquette, to a, 94

Lament, a, of Judah, 45 Stan zas to the Memory of Rosa,
Cottage-girl's Wish, the, 324 Lament, a, 180

225
Cynic's Song, the, 217

Lament, the, of the Unfortu | Stanzas to Dante, 345
nate, 302

Stars, 15
Dante's Meeting with Casello Lark, the, above the City, 86 Stars, to the, 135
in Purgatory, 25
Laurestinus, to the, 72

Storm-hymn, the, 15
Dear Isle of Albion, 362

Lay of a Maniac, 283
Death-watch, the, 26
Life's best Day, 235

They say this World is full of
Death, the, of the Dearest, 240 Life's Changes, 371

Il, 229
Dilatory Courtship, 134

Lines, 86, 152, 200, 217, 226,305 Thoughts of Thee, 109
Dirge for a Suicide, 305

Lines to Mrs. Abdy, 345 To a little Star shining at my
Dying Poet to his Wife, 200 Lord Henry, 100 .

Window, 333
Lover's Perversity, a, 72
Early Friends, 206

Love's Life is its Devotion, 103 Vesper Hour, the, 333
Easter Chaunt, an, 226

| Love's Growth is like the Flow- Violets, 166, 211
Eclipse, the, 64

ers, 364

Voices from Nature, 86
Eighteen hundred and forty- | Lucy Lee, 272
eight, 33

Una Idea, 94
Evening, 279

Marriage, 82
Exposition, an, 282
Mesmeric Sleep, 12

| When soft Winds are sighing,
Midnight Vision, the, 331 217
Farewell, the, of a consumptive

Why art thou silent now? 331
Invalid, to Shanklin Chine, 45 New Year's Day, 30

Wife, the neglected, to her Hus-
Forsaken, the, 8
Nightingale, to the, 305

band, 114
No more! 152

Woman, 272
Girl, to a, on her Birth-day, 135

Woodbine, the, 103
Gone and Come, 86

Old Love, and the New, 324 Words and Winds, 49

Old Soldier, the, 338
Hast thou Earth's Gifts ? 45 On returning a Gold Chain to Young Suttee, the, 290
Heart Communings, 82

a false One, 364

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