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Louisa The Knight's Grave Little Bo-peep Mat and Topaz. Enigma Hinx Minx....... To Mister Lawrence Saith Lacon A New Mistress To an Editor Catiline To Free-traders.......... Elegy Enough's a Feast. Oh ever thus The Man in the Wilderness Two Gentlemen of Verona This introduceth to mie Librarie....... Precedence........ The quiet Old Lady The Bud... So altered The first Grief Fidele's Grave To Ceres......... The Dilemma Evening Diffusion of Useful Knowledge Law and Equity The River-Course To a Lady ..... Aria ................. A Rod for the Fool's back.. The Man of Thessaly This is also vanity The Shrubbery ......... Alcestis How d'ye do On the Spring Progress of Advice

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PAGK Wordsworth

198 Coleridge

200 Gammer Gurton

202 Prior

204 Shakspeare

204 Gammer Gurton ............ 204 Milton.. Colton ....

208 Lovelace........

208 Shenstone

208 Ben Jonson

210 Δ.....

210 Gray

212 Gammer Gurton

222 Moore.

222 Gammer Gurton

224 Shakspeare.........

224 Drurie .......

226 Shenstone

228 Gammer Gurton .............

228 Waller

230 Prior

230 Hemans

232 Shakspeare..

234 Shakspeare..

236 Gammer Gurton

236 Warton

238 A

240 Colton ....

242 Thomson

242 Anon.

244 Apostolo Leno ................ 244 Colton

246 Gammer Gurton

246 Colton

246 Cowper

248 Euripides

250 Gammer Gurton

252 Gray

254 Shenstone...

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Little Boy Bluet
Romeo
The Pirate's Farewell.....
I flatter myself.......
The Pig and the Piper's Son
My Native Vale
The Lotos Eaters
To Market....
Harp of the North
Moloch
The Burial of Sir John Moore .........
O lay thy loof in mine, Lass.........
Haymaking
Fatima
Virtue and Vice
Winter
Hey my Chicken
Mary
Comus......
Tarquin
Our sorrows still pursue
Fading in Music ....
They never told their Love
Sweet Singer
The Unquiet Old Lady
A Solemn Dirge
Dame Widdle Waddle
Epistle to a Friend

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PAGB Gammer Gurton

258 Shakspeare

260 Scott

262 Hall.........

262 Gammer Gurton

264 Rogers...........

264 Tennyson

266 Gammer Gurton

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268 Milton..

270 Wolfe Burns

274 Joanna Baillie

276 Tennyson

278 Colton

282 Thomson

282 Gammer Gurton ......

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284 Milton.....

286 Macaulay

290 Habington

292 Coleridge

292 Milnes .......

294 Anon.

296 Gammer Gurton

296 Gammer Gurton ....... 298 Gammer Gurton

298 Merivale.....

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Moore ..........

PARS SECUNDA.

To the Reader
Litany to the Holy Spirit
Psalm xix.
It is I : be not afraid
New Self................
Propagation of the Gospel
Song of Simeon
It is the Man of God.

F. Hodgson
Herrick
Addison
Lyra Apostolica
Lyra Apostolica
Heber
St Luke ii. 29
Keble

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Good Friday
The Hospice of Saint Bernard
Alms
By the Waters of Babylon
Home
To Death
Epitaph
Thy Will be done
The fear of the wicked
In Bremhill Churchyard
Recovery from Sickness
Evening Hymn.........
Balaam's Parable
Epitaph
In vain do they worship me
Sion delivered
Hymn...........
Epitaph on an Infant
Pain
Live while you live........
At a Funeral
The End
Introit..........
Psalm xxiii.
Prayer for Absolution..........

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AUTHOR Milman A. Herrick Psalm cxxxvii. Lyra Apostolica Herrick Churchyard Poet Elliot Colton ...... Bowles Heber.. Heber. Numbers xxiv. Churchyard Poet Colton ......... Psalm cxxvi. Addison Coleridge Colton ..... Doddridge Heber. Garth Heber Sternhold and Hopkins Herrick

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The Commencement of the Nineteenth Century.

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Noble friend ! say where may Freedom banished,

Where may stricken Peace a refuge find, , Now the century in storm has vanished,

And the next in carnage stalks behind ? All old bonds of nations rent asunder;

All old forms swift hastening to decline; Nor can Ocean stay the battle's thunder,

Nor the Nile-God, nor the ancient Rhine.
Two gigantic rival states, contending

For the sole dominion of the world,
O’er all laws, all birthrights else, impending,

Have the trident and the lightning hurl'd.
Every land to them must mete its treasure ;

And, like Brennus in those ruder days,
Here the Frank his ponderous falchion's measure

In the wavering scale of justice lays;
There his fleets the Briton, rich and mighty,

Polypus-like, stretches o'er the deep,
And the kingdom of free Amphitrite,

Closes as his own peculiar keep.
To the South-pole's hidden constellations

In his restless, boundless, course he flies,

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