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... P. SMITH , 163 131 Tale of the Morning Wind , Poems by George Lunt , Esq . ,
166 The Dying Hero , 134 Popular " Objections to Phrenology : By Dr. TICKNOR ,
179 , 308 The Old Family Clock , 150 The Harp of L. E. L. , Poetry and Prose of ...
And he impelled the popular mind whither he pleased , swaying the great mass
by the influence of the spirit , as the invisible wind rocks a forest of oaks . Mr.
Robbins was not by his talents about to shadow forth the coming of this great
In place of dying gales and leafy anthems , sets up the dismal music of its
whistling wind and stormy blast ; ice binds the place , and shuts it out from almost
all communication with the world . Long before this , the crowd of visitors to the
... inflamed with an ardor divine , Thy numbers , attuned to her praises ,
ascending , The boughs of the forest trees over thee bending , Thy voice with the
wind - harp in harmony blending , What pleasure , what triumph , what joy shall
be thine !
and the noble ship , blazing with light , fell off before the wind . A new danger now
awaited me ; for the immense hull of the sloopof - war came plunging around ,
bearing directly down upon me ; while her increased proximity enabled me to ...
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Previous review noting missing pages 380 and 381 is not correct. There are not duplicated scanned pages and I found both missing pages to be intact and included.
pp. 380 and 381, in the middle of "Mocha Dick," are missing. pp. 377 and then 376 appear to have been scanned twice instead