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SELECTED FROM MANY SOURCES,
WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS FROM ORIGINAL DESIGNS,

BY

T. MORAN, R. S. GIFFORD, MISS HALLOCK, MISS LEDYARD,
BOLLES, HOPPIN, MCENTEE, ETC., ETC.

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HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
FROM THE LIBRARY OF
MRS. ELLEN HAVEN ROSS
JUNE 28, 1938

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1871, by
CHARLES SCRIBNER AND COMPANY,

in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington

RIVERSIDE, CAMBRIDGE:

STEREOTYPED AND PRINTED BY

H. O. HOUGHTON AND COMPANY.

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PUBLISHERS' NOTE.

SONGS OF THE HEART forms the third volume of the re-issue of FOLK SONGS, of which SONGS OF LIFE is the first, and SONGS OF HOME the second. The series will be completed with SONGS OF NATURE; and these four volumes will comprise the original book, with numerous new poems and additional illustrations. The comprehensiveness and completeness of each volume, and its convenient size, will, it is believed, commend these selections anew to the public favor.

In the present collection, Mr. Stedman's "Doorstep" first appeared in "The Atlantic Monthly" (published by James R. Osgood and Company), and "Making Port," "Dolly Sullivan," and "Love's Young Dream, A. D. 18-," are taken from "Scribner's Monthly."

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