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196 -The Raven.

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196 Ulalume.

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196 The Bells.

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197 To My Mother

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197 -Annabel Lee.

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197 Eldorado..

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198

198

JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER

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199 To William Lloyd Garrison.

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200 Expostulation.

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201 Pentucket.

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204 Memories.

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205 Hampton Beach.

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Massachusetts to Virginia.

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205 The Shoemakers.

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205 The Huskers.

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206 The Crisis. .

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206 Ichabod.

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207 Kossuth.

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207 Pictures..

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207 First-Day Thoughts.

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208 Summer by the Lakeside.

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208 Maud Muller.

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211 Letter.

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212 The Barefoot Boy.

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213 Arisen at Last.

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214 The Panorama..

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214 Skipper Ireson's Ride.

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216 The Last Walk in Autumn.

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216 The Garrison of Cape Ann

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216 Telling the Bees.

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216 The Double-Headed Snake of Newbury. 264

217 Brown of Ossawatomie.

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217 The Waiting.

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218 Barbara Frietchie..

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218

Laus Deo!...

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218 The Eternal Goodness.

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219 From “Snow-Bound"

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220 Our Master..

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221 Abraham Davenport.

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222

222

JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL

I Would Not Have This Perfect Love of

Ours"

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224 “For This True Nobleness I Seek in Vain 275

226 “My Love, I Have No Fear That Thou

226 Shouldst Die".

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227 “Our Love Is Not a Fading Earthly Flower" 275

227 The Sheperd of King Admetus..

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227 An Incident in a Railroad-Car..

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Song..

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228 Wendell Phillips.

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228 To the Dandelion.

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229 Columbus.

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229 The Changeling.

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230 She Came and Went...

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230 From The Biglow Papers, First Series,

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230 From “The Vision of Sir Launfal”,

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231 From "A Fable for Critics"

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231

The First Snow-Fall.

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231 Without and Within.

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232 Auf Wiedersehen..

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232 Palinode.

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233 Invita Minerva..

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Address Delivered at the Opening of the New

Theatre at Richmond..

Storm and Calm ..
Address to the Old Year..

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POEMS OF THE CIVIL WAR

How Old Brown Took Harper's Ferry

Edmund Clarence Stedman 317

The Great Bell Roland...... Theodore Tilton 319

The Picket-Guard... Ethel Lynn Beers 320

Farewell to Brother Jonathan....By Caroline 320

The Heart of Louisiana..... Harriet Stanton 321

Maryland....

.James R. Randall 322

The Battle Summer. .Henry R. Tuckerman 323

Dixie.

.Albert Pike 323

The Song of the Exile.

324

The Southern Cross. . St. George Tucker 325

On to Richmond.

.John R. Thompson 325

A Farewell to Pope. John R. Thompson 327

Stonewall Jackson's Way..... John W. Palmer 328

Original Version of the John Brown Song

H. H. Brownell 328

The President's Proclamation

Edna Dean Proctor 329

Glory Hallelujah! or John Brown's Body

Charles Sprague Hall 329

Glory Hallelujah, or New John Brown Song

(Anon.) 330

The Sweet South.. Wm. Gilmore Simms 330

God Save the Nation !. . Theodore Tilton 331

A Battle Hymn..

.George H. Boker 331

Dirge for a Soldier.. ..George H. Boker 331

Three Hundred Thousand More.....

332

Battle-Hymn of the Republic

Julia Ward Howe 332

Ode: Our City by the Sea

Wm. Gilmore Simms 333

Who's Ready?

.Edna Dean Proctor 334

Claribel's Prayer.

335

Little Giffen...

.F. 0. Ticknor 336

Sheridan's Ride.

T. B. Read 336

Marching Through Georgia Henry Clay Work 337

When Johnny Comes Marching Home

Patrick S. Gilmore 337

The Sword of Robert Lee..... Abram J. Ryan 338

In the Land Where We Were Dreaming

Dan R. Lucas 338

The Closing Scene... Thomas Buchanan Read 339

After All.....

William Winter 341

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PART I

POEMS

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