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WHITNEY, ANNE.

WOLFE, CHARLES. Bertha 268 Burial of Sir John Moore, The

152 WHITTIER, ELIZABETH H. Charity

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL.

273 Meeting Waters, The

147 273

Bucket, The WHITTIER, JOHN G.

WOOLSEY, SARAH. Eve of Election, The 216 In the Mist

327 Grave by the Lake, The

212 In School Days

215 WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM. Laus Deo! 216 Cuckoo, To the .

100 My Birthday

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Daffodils, The

99 The Vanishers. 215 Intimations of Immortality

97 WILDE, RICHARD HENRY.

Memory, A

100 My Life is like the Summer Rose

Ode to Duty

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Peele Castle in a Storm, on a Picture of 101 WILLIAMS, HELEN MARIA.

River Duddon, To the

103 Whilst 'Thee I seek

She was a Phantom of Delight WILLIS, NATHANIEL PARKER.

Sleep, To.

103 "Melanie," From

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World, The
Unseen Spirits

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Yarrow Unvisited

101 WILSON, JOHN.

WOTTON, SIR HENRY. Evening Cloud, The

Good Man, The

13 WINTER, WILLIAM.

To his Mistress, the Queen of Bohemia 13 Azrael

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WYATT, SIR THOMAS. WITHER, GEORGE.

A Description of such a one as he would Companionship of the Muse

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love For one that hears himself much praised 33 Pleasure mixed with Pain .

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* When all is done and said "
“With how sad steps, O Moon! thou climb'st the skies”
“ How can she but immortal be?"
** Thou thy worldly task hast done".
“We have brought you a branch of May
* Sweet Spring, full of sweet days and roses

John Milton
“ Beat on, proud billows”!
** The sea that roared at thy command, at thy command was still
“ Forth in the pleasing Spring"
“ The windy summit, wild and high"

The paths of glory lead but to the grave" “ Drew me to school along the public way” * Mine be a cot beside the hill" “I gang like a ghaist, and I carena to spin “The cataracts blow their trumpets from the steep" " While I am lying on the grass ” “ Thou, too, hoar Mount! with thy sky-pointing peaks” “ The sun is warm, the sky is clear"

John Keats • The softened sunbeams pour around" ** Not a drum was heard, not a funeral note" “ On thy fair bosom, silver lake" * The little snow-bird still remains": “ Labor is health! — Lo! the husbandman reaping * And is the swallow gone ?” " Whither . . . . dost thou pursue thy solitary way?”

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“Break, break, break”
“ The fate of a nation was riding that night"
“Still stands the school-house by the road"
". There!' said the Deacon, 'naow she 'll dew!'
“ The social talk, the evening fire”

The secret of the skies we keep”
“The waves that beat the shore?
“We knew it would rain”
" While twilight steals across the sea
To the girl that sang alto, — the girl that sang air
“Ships are moving! I hear a horn"

Abraham Lincoln . 6. The sea is calling, calling

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