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Page 9.--"OLD IRONSIDES." -This Charles Henry Frankland, now in the was the popular name by which the library of the Massachusetts Historical frigate" Constitution" was known. The Society. poem was first printed in the "Boston At the time of the visit referred to, oli Daily Advertiser," at the time when it Julia was living, and on our return we was proposed to break up the old ship as called at the house where she resided.i unfit for service.

Her account is little more than para

If the incidents Page 10.-"THE CAMBRIDGE CHURCH- phrased in the poem. YARD."-"The Goblet and the Sun".

are treated with a certain liberality at (Vas-Sol), sculptured on a freestone slab the close of the fifth part, the essential supported by five pillars, are the only fact that Agnes rescued Sir Harry from designation of the family tomb of the the ruins after the earthquake, and their Vassalls.

subsequent marriage as related, may be

accepted as literal truth. So with rePage 40.-Thou calm, chaste scholar."

gard to most of the trifling details which -Charles Chauncy Emersou; died May are given; they are taken from the 9, 1836.

record. Page 40.-" And thou, dear friend." It is to be hoped that the Rev. Mr. James Jackson, Jr., M.D.; died March Nason's Memoir will be published, that 28, 1834.

this extraordinary romance of our sober Page 76. -" Hark! the sweet bells renew to that class of readers who prefer a rigor

New England life may become familiar their welcome sound."--The churches re

ous statement to an embellished narferred to in the lines which follow are,

rative. It willbe found to contain many 1. "King's Chapel," the foundation of historical facts and allusions which add which was laid by Governor Shirley in

much to its romantic interest. 1749. 2. Brattle Street Church, consecrated Frankland Mansion no

longer exists. It

It is greatly to be regretted that the in 1773. The completion of this edifice, the design of which included a spire, January 1858, a year or two after the first

was accidentally burned on the 23d of was prevented by the troubles of the

sketch of this ballad was written. A visit Revolution, and its plain, square tower to it was like stepping out of the century presents nothing more attractive than a

into the years before the Revolution. A massive simplicity. In the front of this

new house, similar in plan and arrangetower is still seen, half embedded in the

ments to the old one, has been built upon brick-work, a cannon-ball, which was thrown from the American fortifications box, and the lilacs, doubtless remain to

its site, and the terraces, the clump of at Cambridge, during the bombardment bear witness to the truth of this story. of the city, then occupied by the British troops.

Since the above note was written the 3. The "old South," first occupied | Rev. Mr. Nason's interesting Memoir of for public worship in 1730.

Sir Harry Frankland has been published. 4. Park Street Church, built in 1809,

Page 359.-"GRANDMOTHER'S STORY the tall white steeple of which is the

OF BUNKERHILL BATTLE."-"They're most conspicuous of all the Boston as safe as Dan'l Malcolm."-The follow. spires. 5. Christ Church, opened for public gravestone standing as yet undisturbed

ing epitaph is still to be read on a tall worship in 1723, and containing a set of among the transplanted monuments of eight bells, until of late years the only the dead in Copp's Hill Burial-ground, chime in Boston.

one of the three city cemeteries which Page 118. -"AGNES."- The story of Sir have been desecrated and ruined within Harry Frankland and Agnes Surraige is my own remembrance :told in the ballad with a very strict ad

"Here lies buried in a hesion to the facts. These were obtained

Stone Grave 10 feet deep, from information afforded me by the

Capt DANIEL MALCOLM Mercht Rev. Mr. Webster of Hopkinton, in com

Who departed this Life pany with whom I visited the Frankland

October 23d, 1769,

Aged 44 years, Mansion that town, then standing;

true son of Liberty, from a very interesting Memoir, by the

a Friend to the Publick, Rev. Elias Nason of Medford, not yet

an Enemy to oppression, published; and from the manuscript

and one of the foremost diary of Sir Harry, or more properly Sir

in opposing the Revenue Acts

on America." 1 She was living June 10, 1861, when this ballad was published.

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PAGE

PAGE
"Ad Amicos"
294 | Even-Song

284
ADDITIONAL POEMS (1837-1848) 42 Evening, by a Tailor

17
ADDITIONAL POEMS (to 1878)

351 Evening Thought, An
Address for Opening of Fifth Avenue

Extracts from a Medical Poem

66
Theatre
Familiar Letter, A..

366
Æstivation

222
Family Record, A ..

376
After-dinner Poem, An
87 Fantasia

241
After a Lecture on Keats
167 Farewell to Agassiz, A

352
After a Lecture on Moore
165 Farewell to J. R. Lowell

177
After a Lecture on Shelley
168 First Fan, The

372
After a Lecture on Wordsworth

First Verses

381
After the Fire
306 Flower of Liberty, The

20+
Agnes ::
119 For Class-Meeting

292
Album Verses:

217 For the Centennial Dinner of the Pro-
All Here
279 prietors of Boston Pier

347
America to Russia
314 For the Commemoration Services

325
Appeal for the Old South,” An 372 Fountain of Youth, The

319
Army Hymn
203 Freedom, Our Queen

202
*. Atlantic" Dinner, At the
354 F. W. C.

274
Aunt, My
14 God Save the Flag

312
Aunt Tabitha
241 Good Time Going, A

218
Avis

183 Governor Swain, To
Bachelor's Private Journal, From a

101
104 Grandmother's Story of Bunkerhill
Ballad of the Boston Tea Party, A 306 Battle

359
Ballad of the Oysterman, The .. 112 Gray Chief, The

188
Banker's Dinner, The
146 H. Č. M., H. S., J. K. W.

290
Banquet to the Grand Duke Alexis, At Height of the Ridiculous, The

25
the
315 Homesick in Heaven

239
Banquet to the Chinese Embassy, Ät

Hot Season, The

113
the
316 How not to settle it

296
Banquet to the Japanese Embassy, At How the old Horse won the Bet

368
the
317 Hudson, The

169
Bells, The
137 Humboldt's Birthday

332
Bill and Joe

262 H. W. Longfellow, To
Birthday of Daniel Webster
180 Hymn for the Class-Meeting

284
Birthday Festival, At a

186 Hymn after Emancipation Proclamation 313
Birthday Tribute, A
187 Hymn for the Chicago Fair

313
Blank Sheet of Paper, To a

109 Hymn for the Laying of the ('orner.
Boston Common

197 Stone of Harvard Memorial Hall .. 334
Boys, The

268 Hymn for the Dedication of the Har-
Brother Jonathan's Lament
201 vard Memorial Hall

335
Bryant's Seventieth Birthday
318 Hymn at the Funeral of Chas. Sumper

335
Burns Centennial Celebration, For the 195 Hymn for the Inauguration of the
Caged Lion, To a
100 Andrew Statue

357
Cambridge Churchyard, The
10 Hymn of Peace, A ..

350
Canaan, To
309 Hymn of Trust

231
(hambered Nautilus, The
208 nllustration of a Picture

102
('hanson without Music
346 Impromptu, An

2015
* Choose you this Day
273 IN THE QUIET DAYS

300
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg. To 323 IN WAR TIME

309
Close of a course of Lectures, At the.. 168 Insect, To an..

13
Comet, The
20 International Ode

199
Contentment
221 Iris, Her Book

232
Crooked Footpath, The
232 Island Hunting-Song, The

50
Daily Trials ..
16 Island Ruin, The

143
De Sauty
237 J. D. R.

271
Deacon's Masterpiece, The
223 Joseph Warren, M.D.

358
Dedication of the Halleck Monument, At 333 La Grisette

105
Dedication of the Pittsfield Cemetery 158 Last Blossom, The

220
Departed Days

51 Last Charge, The
Dilemma, The
13 Last Leaf, The

9
Dinner to Admiral Farragut. At a 321 Last Look, The

188
Dinner to General Grant, At a
320 Last Reader, The

26
Disappointed Statesman, The
155 Latter-day Warnings

217
Dorchester Giant, The
18 Lexington

46
Dorothy Q. ..
301 L'Inconnue

106
EARLIER POEMS

9 Lines
Edward Everett

327 Lines Recited at the Berkshire Festivai 54
English Friend, To an
1162 Lines by a Clerk

108
Epilogue to the Breakfast-Table Series 260 | Living Temple, The

185

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Lucy
356 Portrait of a Gentleman, To the

111
Mare Rübrum
267 Portrait of a Lady, To the

20
Martha..
190 Programme

299
Meeting of the Dryads, The
93 Prologue

215
Meeting of the Am. Medical Association 170 Promise, The

183
Meeting of the Burns Club, For the 177 Questions and Answers

264
Meeting of the Alumni of Harvard " Qui Vive"

117
College
191 R. B. H., TO

375
Meeting of the Nat.Sanitary Association 194

READERS, TO MY

iii
Meeting of Friends, At a ..
351 Reflections of a Proud Pedestrian

15
Memorial Tribute, A
357 Remember-Forget

266
MEMORIAL VERSES
325 Rhymed Lesson, A

71
Memory of C. W. Upham, Jr., In 189 RHYMES OF AN HOUR

336
Memory of John and Robert Ware, In 331 Rip Van Winkle, M.D.

340
Midsummer ..

236
Robinson of Leyden

234
Mind's Diet, The
140 Roman Aqueduct, A

103
MISCELLANEOUS POEMS

93 Sea-Dialogue, A
Modest Request, A..
59 Secret of the Stars, The

157
Moral Bully, The

138 Semicent. Celebration of New England
Mother's Secret, A
153 Society

176
Musa

210
Sentiment, A

70
Music-Grinders, The

22
Sentiment, A

172
My Annual
277 September Gale, The

24
Mysterious Illness, The

151 Services in Memory of Abraham Lin-
Mysterious Visitor, The
95 coln

325
Nearing the Snow-Line
308 Shakespeare

329
Never or Now
310 Sherman's in Savannah

277
New Eden, The
173 "Ship of State, The"

376
Non-Resistance
138 Smiling Listener, The

287
Noontide Lyric, A

113 Song for Centennial Celebration of
Nux Postcoenatica ..
55 Harvard College

49
Ode for Washington's Birthday 179 Song

for the Dinner to Charles Dickens

53
Ode for a Social Meeting (with altera- Song for a Temperance Dinner

70
tions)
229 Song of Other Days, A

68
Old Cambridge
363 Song of "Twenty-Nine," A

263
Old Cruiser, The
282 SONGS IN MANY KEYS

118
Old Ironsides
9 SONGS IN MANY SEASONS

299
Old Man of the Sea, The

198 SONGS OF WELCOME AND FAREWEIL 314
Old Man Dreams, The
265 Spectre Pig, The

98
Old Player, The
141 Spring

133
- Old-Year Song. An..
300 Spring has come

214
On Lending a Punch-Bowl
47 St. Anthony the Reformer

235
Once More
280 Stanzas

107
One Country ..

311 Star and the
Water-Lily, The

101
Only Daughter, The
52 Steamboat, The

45
Opening of the Piano, The
236 Stethoscope Song, The

6+
Opening the Window
299 Study, The

135
Organ-Blower, The ..

302 Sun and Shadow :
Our Banker ..
291 Sun-day Hymn, A

231
Our Indian Summer
267 Sweet Little Man, The

205
Our Limitations
140 "Thus saith the Lord "

310
Our Oldest Friend

276 Toadstool, The
Our Sweet Singer
289 Toast to Wilkie Collins, A

322
Our Yankee Girls
106 Treadmill Song, The

23
Pantomime, At the
304 Two Armies, The

209
Parson Turell's Legacy
226 Two Streams, The

182
Parting Health, A ..
212 Under the Violets

230
Parting Hymn
204 Under the Washington Eim

202
Parting Song, The
193 Union and Liberty

207
Parting Word, The
67 Unsatisfied

368
Philosopher to his Love, The
108 Verses for After-Dinner

57
PICTURES FROM OCCASIONAL POEMS 133

VIGNETTES

163
Pilgrim's Vision, The
42 Vive La France

200
Ploughman, The

132 Voice
of the Loyal North, A

270
Poem Served to Order, A
348 Voiceless, The

181
POEMS FROM THE AUTOCRAT

208 Voyage of the Good Ship “Union" 271
POEMS FROM THE PROFESSOR
230 Wasp and the Hornet, The

116
POEMS FROM THE POET

239 Welcome to the Grand Duke Alexis 315
POEMS OF THE CLASS OF '29
262 Welcome to the Nations ..

366
Poet's Lot, The

109
What I have come for

291
Poetry: a Metrical Essay
27 What we all Think..

213
Portrait, A
115 Wind-Clouds and Star-Drifts

242

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