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To eách age, sex and circumstance and station
Go, reader, then, and to thy moral truth
CARLSRUHE, Febr. 5, 1856.
TO MY LOST ONE. *
As long as I had thee, thou deárly loved flower,
CARLSRUHE, Jan. 14, 1856.
* See page 181 of this volume and DIRGE FOR THE XIII. DEC. MDCCCLII. in My Book.
Line 7 from bottom, instead of delirium read. Delirium
Last line, instead of EAST. read west. Page 118. Last line, after that and after advancement supply comma. Page 149. First and second line, instead of Éven read Even Page 173. Line 3 from bottom, dele comma. Page 197. Line 2 from top, after sun and after sets supply comma. Page 204. Line 9 from top, after pláyest supply comma. Page 237. Line 9 from bottom, instead of future, read future;
Dresden, printed by C. C. MEINHOLD AND SONS.
(Titles are printed in capital letters, first lines in ordinary type.)
1 Come, Máry with the eyes so blue
ti 3943 THE WEDDING RING.
3 I would not, if I could, be wise
sidst 14 JULIA ALPINULA.
6 Mán, egoistic, for his own self lives
6 A man and woman travelling by the way ANNA MARIA PRIETH.
7 Mary's WRAITH
8 LABOR AND IDLENESS.
9 OLD MAN.
10 VERY OLD MAN.
11 WRITTEN IN THE ALBUM AT POSSAGNO.
11 It was a sultry Júly day
13 They lived through every change of wind and weather . How happens it that no one with his lot
13 THE GATES OF SLEEP.
14 DEATH'S BRIDE.
15 INSCRIPTION FOR LA BARONESSA KITTY FIORIO'S ALBUM. .
16 Wét and dry and hót and cold .
17 HE SHE AND IT.
20 I can put up with people of all sorts, if only they have money . LUCK.
22 GOOD AND BAD.
25 It háppened as a fox and wolf together . Íf thou would'st lead a quiet life .
26 Míght I ásk, Sir, whére you 're always
27 WILL AND THOUGHT.
43 45 49 50 52
53 55 55 57 58 59 60 62 64 65 70 81 82 83 85 86 88 89 90 93 94 94 96 97
98 . 100
101 102 102
Page I would not believe it
105 BETROTHED MAIDEN SINGS.
107 Eát your oáts, my póny
108 EMIGRANT SINGS.
109 MOTHER'S PRAYER FOR HER CHILD.
109 THE SOLDIER AND THE BRIGAND.
110 TO MY GRAY BEARD.
111 EVENING ODE.
113 Saturdáy clothed in plain drúgget
114 Well now I 'm sure I don't know why in the world it was put there 118 Ón the dáy before the first day
121 Dire Ambition úp hill toiling
129 Ivy LEAF
130 Whý paint Death the king of térrors ? .
132 There was a time when to our view
133 "Týrant, I 'll have my rights;" I once heard say.
134 Do good to your friend and hé 'll do good to you
134 LUCIUS JUNIUS BRUTUS.
135 Draw back from the mirror; your image recédes
135 MY SISTER MARY'S DOG RAP.
136 THE AUTHOR'S EPITAPH. .
136 CONTENTION BETWEEN NOSE AND EYES FOR THE SPECTACLES.
137 There is nothing I so much admire .
139 From his shroud the dead man peéping
140 What benéficent Jóve was 't, or Búddh or Osíris .
141 No more questions, good friend, no more questions, I pray
143 'Tis the líttle boy láshing his tóp in the coúrt
143 Ás in Tíbur's pleasant villa.
144 'Twas on the First of January early in the morning
145 The són 's a poor, wrétched, unfortunate creature
148 You don't like my writings, won't read them nor búy them
148 "I believe it,” said Faith, “though I know it 's a fiát .
148 "Éven the Lóvely must die”. To be sure, Mr. poet
149 Main Fórce with saw, bátchet and strong rope achieved
149 In the height of his glóry said César to Cássius
149 Sleep and Wáking once a strífe had
150 While there 's one drop in the bottle
152 If rightly on my theme I think
152 He's dead these long áges, and all his bones mouldered .
153 That I 'm much praised by men of little sense
153 “Págan, forsáke your Góds,” the Christian cries
153 LETTER RECEIVED FROM A REVIEWER.
154 “Obéy;" said Majority once to Minority
158 Beware how you attempt the world to cheat