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GEORGE T. ANDREW 1230
E. C. HELD

1235 F. JUENGLING

1239 Pupils of W. B. CLOSSON. 1244

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1264 John HELLOWELL

1281 GEORGE T. ANDREW

1282 GEORGE T. ANDREW

1283 GEORGE T. ANDREW . 1291 E. W. KINGSLEY .

1293 Pupils of W. B. CLOSSON. 1294

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BOOK THE FOURTH.

Artist.
The Belfry of San Basso .

T. WENDEL
Salzburg

C. H. WALKER
At Saint Wolfgang .

H. PRUETT SHARE
In the Church at Saint Gilgen W. St. J. HARPER

The Meadows near Saint Gilgen C. H. WALKER
KAVANAGH: A TALE.
The River Banks

E. W. LONGFELLOW .
Hollyhocks

FRANK FRENCH
Lillies

S. L. SMITH
Deutzia

ALFRED PARSONS
Roaring Brook

J. P. WOODWARD
Below the Mill

E. W. LONGFELLOW
Brown autumn came

E. W. LONGFELLOW .
Autumn

J. F. MURPHY.
· Winter. (Engraved from Nature.) E. W. KINGSLEY .
The first snow came.

H. BOLTON JONES
DRIFT-WOOD.

ANCIENT FRENCH ROMANCES. ! The Troubadour

.T. DE THULSTRUP
A knight came through the court-

yard gate,
Who bade the minstrel enter
straight "

T. DE THULSTRUP
Minstrels

C. H. WALKER
FRITHIOF's Saga.
The tramp of Odin's steedJ. C. BECKWITH
Dalekarlian Peasant Women

T. DE THULSTRUP
And the Queen shall join the sportJ. C. BECKWITH
TWICE-TOLD TALES.
Tail-Piece (Merry Mount)

WALTER SHIRLAW
PARIS IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
An Old Gateway in Paris

H. BOLTON JONES
FINIS.

S. L. SMITH
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW: A SKETCH.
Half-Title

C. H. WALKER
Portrait of Mr. Longfellow . E. W. LONGFELLOW .
Birthplace of Mr. Longfellow at
Portland

From a photograph
The Residence of Mr. Longfellow at
Cambridge

C. H. WALKER

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NOTE. The numerous borders, tail-pieces, and ornaments used in the half-titles, illustrated headings, and at the end of chapters were chiefly designed, when not otherwise indicated in the above list, by L. S. IPSEN, S. L. SMITH, and Louis RITTER.

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HERMES TRISMEGISTUS.

As Seleucus narrates, Hermes describes the principles that rank as wholes in two myriads of books; or, as we are informed by Manetho, he perfectly unfolded these principles in three myriads six thousand five hundred and twenty-five volumes. . .

... Our ancestors dedicated the inventions of their wisdom to this deity, inscribing all their own writings with the name of Hermes. IAMBLICUS.

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