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CONTENTS

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH.

Clouds after a Storm

51

Man never to be Scorned

62

Obedience and Humility

52

A Dexerted Wife

52

Chatterton.

62

Picture of a Beggar

62

A Lover . .

52

Longing for Reunion with the Dead

62

A Child with a Shell

53

Apostrophe to the Deity

63

Communion with Nature.

63

From a Poem on the Power of Sound

53

Dion..

64

Character of the Happy Warrior

55

The Power of Virtue

55

Intimations of Immortality, from Recollections of Early Childhood 66

Evening by the Thames

57

Scorn not the Soudet

58

Great Men.

68

Milton.

58

Toussaint L'Ouverture.

68

“The World is too much with us"

59

A Nation's Power pot in Armies

68

A Vision

58

Childhood.

58

Elegiac Stanzas.

59

Presentiments.

60

To the Daisy

60

“She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways"

61

(Je to Duty.

61

We are Seven

62

An Incident at Bruges

62

The Solitary Reaper

63

Autumn

63

" She was a Phantom of Delight"

63

A Mountain Solitude.

63

SIR WALTER SCOTT

64

The Trial of Constance

66

Hunting Song

68

The Cypress Wreath

68

Lochinvar.

69

Fitz-James and Roderick Dhu

69

A Bridal . .

69

The Last Minstrel

70

The Teviot.

70

Hellvellyo.

71

A Scene in Branksome Tower

72

Farewell to the Muse

72

Melrose Abbey

JAMES MONTGOMERY

73

The Grave

The Pillow

75

Friends .

76

Discovery and Conquest of America

76

Youth Renewed.

The Common Lot.

77

The Stranger and His Friend

. 77

Incognita .

78

Speed the Prow

79

Recluse

79

The Field of the World.

79

JAMES HOGG

80

Kilmeny.

81

The Broken Heart

82

The Skylark

Queen Mary's Return to Scotland

SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

83

Dejection . .

84

Youth and Age

85

Rime of the Ancient Mariner

86

Love

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THOMAS HAYNES BAYLY.

“Grief was sent thee for thy good"

315

"I turn to thee in time of Deed"

316

“Oh, no! we never mention her”.

" Isle of Beauty, fare thee well"

. 316

" I'd be a butterfly"

GEORGE CROLY

. 317

The Angel of the World

318

A Scope from Catiline.

Astrology

. 324

Jacob's Dream

An Aurora Borealis .

. 325

Rebellion.

• 325

The Alhambra

A Lover's Oath

. 326

A Meeting of Magicians

The Stars

Pericles and Aspasia

. 327

Leonidas

. 327

A Dirge.

A Parisian Fauxbourg.

328

The Grievings of a Proud Spirit

Effect of Oratory upon a

Ititude

Love an Evil

Jewels

. 328

Mountaineers.

WILLIAM MOTHERWELL

“My heid is like to rend, Willie"

329

« The water! the water 19

330

Jeanie Morrison.

. 330

Lines given to a Friend a day or two before the Decease of the Writer 331

"O agony! keen agony!"

. 331

"They come ! the merry summer months"

"I am not sad"

“Beneath a placid brow"

. 333

The Cavalier's Song .

. 333

“What is glory? What is fame?".

THOMAS HOOD. ..

The Dream of Eugene Aram

The Sylvan Fairy

. 336

Ariel and the Suicide

836

Fair Ines.

" Sigh on, sad heart!"

. 337

The Song of the Shirt

. 338

Silence.

Death

Ode—“Oh! well may poets make a fuss"

339

From an Ode to Melancholy

"I remember, I remember,".

To a Cold Beauty

. 340

Lore.

By a Lover.

ROBERT POLLOK

Byron

. 341

The Millennium

342

The Author's Account of Himself

Reputation

Romour apd Slander.

Wisdom

THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY

Horatius

. 345

The Battle of Ivry.

350

The Cavalier's March to London

. 351

The Spanish Armada

A Song of the Huguenots

D. M. MOIR

A Lover to his Betrothed

364

Wee Willie

Midnight

. 355

" Weep not for her"

Floddep Field.

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Dedication of the Dream to the Duchess of Sutherland

Extract froin the Dream

To my Books.

Twilight

The Blind Man to his Bride

Tbe Sense of Beauty

The Mother's Heart.

The Child of Earth.

Ataraxia

The Widow to ber Son's Betrothed

«Weep not for him tbat dieth".

The Arab's Farewell to his Horse

- We have been friends together

Recollectiogs

*Beines with me, and I aceept my lot”

The Fallen Leaves.

The Careless Word.

The Moarners. .

Like as enfranchised bird

JOAX STERLING

To a Child..

Prose aod Song

Aphrodite

Hymas of Hermit

The Dearest

Joan Darc.

Alfred the Harper

The Poet's Home.

Mirabeau

Louis XV.

Dredaias.

The Ages

The Hasbandman

The Penitent.

The Moss Rose

The Song of Eve to Cain

MRS. MACLEAN (L. E. L)

Tbe Factory

The Minstrel's Monitor

The Feast of Life

Experience

The Carrier Pigeon Returned

Sacos alone seen.

“Oh, no! my heart cas never be

Nectasity

Memy

Resolves

We might have been !"

- A lang while ago.

* Can you forget me?

The Farewell.

Calypso watching the Ocean

Despadeoey

The Wreage of Love.

Tbe old Times

Cresceatias

I pray thee let me weep to-night"

Weakness ends with Love.

Affection

Age and Youth

Bitter Experience

The Poet's Pirst Essay

CHARLES SWAIN.

The Lyre.

The kind old friendly feelings

Recollections.

4 Forgive and forget

** Let us love one another

"If thou bast lost a friend

The first Prayer

The Chamois Honters

The Bird of Hope

SIR EDWARD BULWER LYTTON

Cresswell's Soliloquy over the Dead Body of Charles

Crownwells Reflections on "Killing no Murder”

Richeliea'Soliloquy

Ambitioa and Glory.

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