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the skies”........ ---------------- Isaac Watts. Psalm CXXI—“Up to the hills I lift mine

eyes "........ ---------------------- Isaac Watts. Psalm CXLVIII—“Come, oh come ! in pious

lays "............. ............ George Wither. Pulley, The........................ George Herbert. QuA CURsum VENtus ... Arthur Hugh Clough. Quaker Widow, The............ Bayard Taylor. Question, The......... ..... Percy Bysshe Shelley. Quince............. Winthrop Mackworth Praed. RAINBow, The ................... Henry Vaughan. Rainbow, The............. William Wordsworth. Rainbow, To the............... Thomas Campbell. Rainy Day, The......... Henry W. Longfellow. Randolph of Roanoke....... John G. Whittier. Rape of the Lock, The........ Alerander Pope. Raven, The..................... Edgar Allan Poe. Rebecca's Hymn............... Sir Walter Scott. Reconciliation, The............ Alfred Tennyson. Re-cured Lover Exulteth in his Freedom,

The........................ Sir Thomas Wyatt. Redbreast, Sonnet to the...... John Bampfylde. Red River Voyageur, The....John G. Whittier. Reflective Retrospect, A.......... John G. Sare. Renunciation, A... E. Were (Earl of Oxford). Resignation....................... Richard Baarter.

Resignation........... ... Thomas Chatterton. Resignation....Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Retirement...................... William Cowper. Retirement, The.................. Charles Cotton.

Retreat, The.... ... Henry Vaugham.
Return of Napoleon from St. Helena,
Lydia H. Sigourney.
Rhodora, The........... Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Right must Win, The... Frederick W. Faber.
Rime of the Ancient Mariner, The,
Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Robin Hood and Allen-a-Dale,

A uthor Unknown. : Robin Redbreast........... William Allingham. Rock me to Sleep....... Elizabeth Akers Allen. Rock of Ages.... A ugustus Montague Toplady. Rory O'More.............. - - -------- Samuel Lorer. Rosabelle.........................Sir Walter Scott. Rosader's Sonetto................. Thomas Lodge.

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Rosalind's Madrigal ...... Thomas Lodge.

... Thomas Lodge.

Rule, Britannia. ...James Thomson. Ruth................................. ... Thomas Hood. SABBAth CHIMEs.................. Charles Surain.

Sabbath Evening....George Denison Prentice. Sabbath Morning, The.............John Leyden. Sack of Baltimore, The...... Thomas O. Davis. Sailor's Wife, The..... .Charles Mackay. Sally in our Alley... ... Henry Carey. Sands of Dee, The.. Charles Kingsley. Saturday Afternoon. ......N. P. Willis. Saviour, who Thy Flock art Feeding,

William Augustus Muhlenberg. School and School-fellows....... W. M. Praed. Schoolmistress, The........ William Shemstone. Sea. The............................... B. W. Procter. Sea-Limits, The......... Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Seasons, Hymn on the......... James Thomson. Serenade, A.......................... Thomas Hood. Serenade, A...................... Sir Walter Scott. Shakespeare, Epitaph on...........John Milton. Shakespeare, Lines on the Portrait of...Jonson. Shakespeare Ode............... Charles Sprague.

Shakespeare, To the Memory of... Ben Jonson. Shall I Tell you Whom I Love?. Wm. Browne. She is Far from the Land...... Thomas Moore. She is not Fair to Outward View...H. Coleridge. Shells of Ocean................. Author Unknown.

Shepherd's Wife's Song, The........ R. Greene. Sheridan's Ride...... Thomas Buchanan Read. She Walks in Beauty............... Lord Byron. She was a Phantom of Delight... Wordsworth. Shortness of Life, The........ Francis Quarles. Shout the Glad Tidings. Wm. A. Muhlenberg.

Sic Vita Henry King.
Sidney, Epitaph upon Sir Philip,
Sir Walter Raleigh.
Sigh no More, Ladies........ Wm. Shakespeare.
Signs of Rain........... ... Educard Jenner.
Silent Lover, The... ..Sir Walter Raleigh.
Siller Croun, The.............. Susanna Blamire.
Sir Patrick Spens.............. Author Unknown.
Sister Helen............. Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Sixteen.................... Walter Savage Landor.
Skeleton, To a.................. Author Unknown.
Skeleton in Armor, The.... H. W. Longfellow.
Skipper Ireson's Ride........John G. Whittier.
Skylark, The.................... .......James Hogg.
Skylark, To a....... ....... Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Skylark, To a............. William Wordstrorth.
Skylark, To a............. William Wordsworth.
Sleeping Child, A......... Arthur Hugh Clough.
Sleep, Sonnet on.................. Samuel Daniel.
Sleep, Sonnet on.............. Sir Philip Sidney.
Sleep, The.............. ... Elizabeth B. Browning.

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*net, Composed upon Westminster Bridge, William Wordstrorth. *—“Fall many a glorious morning have I seen ".............. William Shakespeare. *—" Having this day my horse, my hand, my lance"...... ..Sir Philip Sidney. Soto-" It is a beauteous evening, calm and free ".........--

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bough "...................... Edmund Spenser. Sonnet—“Like as the waves make toward the

pebbled shore"....... William Shakespeare. Sonnet, May................... ... Thomas Watson. Sonnet—“No longer mourn for me when I am dead"............ William Shakespeare. Sonnet—“Not marble, nor the gilded monuments"................ William Shakespeare. Sonnet—“O happy Thames that didst my Stella bear!”............ Sir Philip Sidney.

Sonnet—“Oh, how much more doth beauty beauteous seem "... William Shakespeare. Sonnet, On a Distant View of England,

William Lisle Boucles. Sonnet, On his Blindness.......... John Milton. Sonnet on Sleep................... Samuel Daniel.

Sonnet on Sleep ir Philip Sidney.

Sonnet, On the Late Massacre in Piedmont, John Milton.

Sonnet—“Poor soul, the centre of my sinful

earth "................. William Shakespeare. Sonnet—“Sad is our youth, for it is ever going "........................... Aubrey de Vere.

Sonnet—“Scorn not the sonnet; critic, you

have frown'd "....... William Wordstrorth. Sonnets from the Portuguese. E. B. Browning. Sonnet—“Shall I compare thee to a summer's

day?".................. William Shakespeare. Sonnet—“Since I did leave the presence of my love ".................... Edmund Spenser.

Sonnet—“Since there's no help, come, let us

kiss and part "............ Michael Drayton. Sonnet, Summer................... Lord Thurlow. Sonnet—“Sweet is the rose, but grows upon a

brere"........................ Edmund Spenser. Sonnet—“That time of year thou may'st in me behold ".......... William Shakespeare. Sonnet—“They that have power to hurt, and will do none "....... William Shakespeare. Sonnet—“Time wasteth years, and months, and hours”........... ...... Thomas Watson.

Sonnet—“Tired with all these, for restful

death I cry "......... William Shakespeare. Sonnet, To Cyriac Skinner........ John Milton. Sonnet to his Lute........ William Drummond. Sonnet to Hope... . Helen Maria Williams. Sonnet—“To live in hell, and heaven to be

hold "........................ Henry Constable. Sonnet—“To me, fair friend, you never can be old "............... William Shakespeare. Sonnet, To Milton....... William Wordstrorth. Sonnet—“To one who has been long in city pent ".................... ----------- John Keats. Sonnet to the Glow-Worm.......... John Clare.

William Wordsworth. 441 Sonnet, To the Lord General Cromwell. Milton.

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Sonnet, To the Moon........Sir Philip Sidney. Sonnet, To the Moon............. Lord Thurlouc. Sonnet, To the Redbreast....John Bampfylde. Sonnet to Time.......... William Lisle Boucles. Sonnet—“When I do count the clock that tells the time "...... William Shakespeare. Sonnet—“When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes”......... William Shakespeare. Sonnet—“When in the chronicle of wasted time"................ William Shakespeare. Sonnet, When the Assault was Intended to the City.......................... John Milton. Sonnet—“When to the sessions of sweet silent thought ".... William Shakespeare. Sonnet Written after seeing Windsor Castle,

Thomas Warton. Sorrows of Werther, The... W. M. Thackeray. Sound the Loud Timbrel........ Thomas Moore. Spring.................... ------------- Thomas Nash. Spring, Ode on the................. Thomas Gray. Spring, To................... William Drummond. Squire's Pew, The................... Jane Taylor. St. Agnes' Eve.................. Alfred Tennyson. Stanzas—“And thou art dead, as young and fair"............................... Lord Byron.

Stanzas—“Farewell, life! my senses swim,” Thomas Hood. Stanzas—“My life is like the summer rose,” Richard Henry Wilde. Stanzas—“Oh, talk not to me of a name great in story ".......................... Lord Byron. Stanzas on the Death of a Friend... R. Heber. Stanzas—“When lovely woman stoops to folly” Oliver Goldsmith. Stanzas—“When midnight o'er the moonless skies"............. William Robert Spencer. Stanzas for Music — “There be none of

Beauty's daughters "........... Lord Byron. Stanzas written in Dejection near Naples, Percy Bysshe Shelley. St. Anthony's Sermon to the Fishes, A uthor Unknown. Star of Bethlehem, The...... Henry K. White. Star-Spangled Banner, The... Francis S. Key. St. Cecilia's Day, Ode on......Alerander Pope. St. Cecilia's Day, Song for........John Dryden. Steadfast Shepherd, The........ George Wither. Stolen Kiss, A..................... George Wither. Stormy Petrel, The.....Bryan Waller Procter.

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Thanksgiving to God for His House, A,
I’obert Herrick.
Theatre, The....... ------------------- James Smith.
The Child Leans on its Parent's Breast,
Isaac Williams.
The Dule's i' this Bonnet o' Mine. E. Waugh.
The God of Abraham Praise....... T. Olivers.
The Harp that once through Tara's Halls,
- Thomas Moore.
The Heath this Night must be my Bed,
Sir Walter Scott.
The Midges Dance aboon the Burn,
Robert Tannah ill.
There is a Dwelling-Place Above.... R. Mant.
There is a Garden in her Face...... R. Alison.
There is a Happy Land........ Andrew Young.
There is a Land of Pure Delight. Isaac Watts.
There's not a Joy the World can Give,
Lord Byron.
The Wretch, Condemned with Life to Part,
Oliver Goldsmith.
They are all Gone............... Henry Vaughan.
They Come! the Merry Summer Months,
William Motherwrell.
They're Dear Fish to Me.... Author Unknown.
Thomson, Ode on the Death of...... W. Collins.

Those Evening Bells Thomas Moore.

Thou Art, O God............... ... Thomas Moore. Thought among the Roses, A... Peter Spencer. Thoughts in a Garden......... Andrew Marrell. Thoughts in a Library....... Anne C. L. Botta. Thou hast Sworn by thy God. A. Cunningham. Three Fishers, The............ Charles Kingsley. Three Ravens, The............ A uthor Unknown. Three Sons, The................... John Moultrie.

Three Troopers, The...George W. Thornbury. Three Warnings, The... Hester Thrale Piozzi.

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Stranger and his Friend, The.J. Montgomery.
Stranger on the Sill, The. T. Buchanan Read.
Stream of Life, The...... Arthur Hugh Clough.
Sturge, In Remembrance of Joseph. Whittier.
Summer Longings.......... Denis F. McCarthy.
Summer, Sonnet on............... Lord Thurlone.
Sunday........... ------------------- George Herbert.
Supplication, A................. Abraham Courley.
Sweet and Low.................. Alfred Tennyson.

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PAGr Three Years she Grew...... Wm. Wordstrorth. 37 Thrush's Nest, The.................... John Clare. 474

Thy Voice is Heard thro' Rolling Drums,

Alfred Tennyson. 745 Thy Will be Done.............. Charlotte Elliott. 566 Thy Will be Done............. Anna L. Waring. 567 Thy Will be Done............. John G. Whittier. 568 Tiger. The......................... William Blake. 492 Time, Sonnet to......... William Lisle Bouches. 686 Times Go by Turns......... . Robert South well. 780 "Ti- the Last Rose of Summer....... T. Moore. 458 Tithonu'.......................... Alfred Tennyson. 789 To a Bird that Haunted the Waters of Laaken in the Winter................. Lord Thurlour. 471 To a Child Embracing his Mother... T. Hood. 26 To a Child Tired of Play......... N. P. Willis. 33 To a Highland Girl.......... Wm. Wordsworth. 63 To Althea, from Prison..... Richard Lorelance. 124 To a Mountain Daisy............. Robert Burns. 456 To a Mouse............. ... Robert Burns. 481 To an Early Primrose........ Henry K. White. 454 To a Nizhtingale. ... William Drummond. 475 To a Skeleton................... Author Unknorm. 642 To a Skylark. ... Percy Bysshe Shelley. 473 To a Skylark. ... William Wordstrorth. 472

To a Skylark... ... William Wordstrorth. 472

To Autumn...... ------- -------- John Keats. 435
To a Waterfowl........ William Cullen Bryant. 471
To Blossoms....................... Robert Herrick. 459
To Celia.... ... Ben Jonson. 195
To Charlotte Pulteney. . Ambrose Philips. 26
To Cynthia.............................. Ben Jonson. 448
To Daffodils........................ Robert Herrick. 455
To Dianene....................... Rohert Herrick. 210
To Eva................... Ralph Waldo Emerson. 217
To his Forsaken Mistress.........Sir R. Ayton. 148
To his Lute................. William Drummond. 736
To his Mistress, the Queen of Bohemia,
Sir Henry Wotton. 185
To Ianthe................ Walter Sarage Landor. 213
To Keep a True Lent............ Robert Herrick. 587
To Lady Anne Hamilton...... W. R. Spencer. 781
To Lucasta, On Going beyond the Seas,
Richard Lorelace. 125
To Lucasta, On Going to the Wars,
Richard Lore/ace. 124
To Mary.............................Samuel Bishop. 12
To Mary.......................... William Corper. 245
To Mary in Heaven............... Robert Burns. 137
Tom Bowling...................... Charles I), halin. 639
Tom Dunstan........................ R. Buchanan. 702
To Mistress Margaret Hussey....... .J. Skelton. 223
Tommy's Dead......................Sydney Dobell. 620
To Mrs. Unwin.................. William Coirper. 245
To my Horse..................... Author Unknown. 491
To my Picture.... ... Thomas Randolph. 757
To my Wife......... ... Thomas Haynes Bayly. 11

PAGE To Night....................Joseph Blanco White. 441 Too Late.......................... Dinah M. Craik. 19 To Pan...................... Beaumont & Fletcher. 429 To Primroses, filled with Morning Dew, Robert Herrick. 454 To Sigh, yet Feel no Pain ..... Thomas Moore. 182 To Spring................... William Drummond. 429 To the Butterfly .................. Samuel Rogers. 480 To the Cuckoo......................... John Logan. 479 To the Cuckoo............ William Wordstrorth. 478 To the Daisy.............. William Wordstrorth. 455 To the Daisy.............. William Wortlaurorth. 456 To the Earl of Warwick on the Death of Mr. Addison....................... Thomas Tickell. 242 To the Evening Star............... John Leyden. 449 To the Fringed Gentian......... W. G. Bryant. 457 To the Grasshopper and Cricket...... L. Hunt. 480 To the Lady Margaret Ley........ John Milton. 235 To the Memory of my Beloved, the Author, Mr. William Shakespeare, and what he hath left us....................... Ben Jonson. 228 To the Moon........ ... Percy Bysshe Shelley. 448 To the Nightingale. William Drummond. 476 To the Nightingale.................. John Milton. 476 To the Rainbow...... . Thomas Campbell. 446 To the Sister of Elia........ Walter S. Londor. 273 To Thy Temple I Repair...... J. Montgomery. 561 Touchstone, The............ William Allingham. 665 To Vincent Corbet, my Son... Richard Corbet. 233 To Virgins to make Much of Time... Herrick. 123 Traveller, The.................. O/irer Goldsmith. 769 Treasures of the Deep, The........ F. Hemans. 465 Triumph of Charis, The..... ... Ben Jonson. 160 Trooper to his Mare, The....... C. G. Halpine. 491 True Growth........................... Ben Jonson. 679 Twa Corbies, The.............. Author Unknown. 411 "Twas when the Seas were Roaring. ...J. Gay. 125 Twenty Years Ago............ A uthor I'nknorm. 80 Twins, The........... ------------- Henry S. Leigh. 904 UNDER MY WINDow................ T. Westmrood. 41 Unfortunate Miss Bailey....Frederick Locker. 952 Universal Prayer, The............... ........ Pope. 545 Up-Hill............. Christina Georgina Rossetti. 578 Urania............................. Mattheur Arnold. 216 Useful Plough, The........... Anthor Unknorm. 692 Use of Flowers, The................Mary Houritt. 457 VAGA towns, The................J. T. Trorbridge. 717 Valediction Richard Barter. 592 Vanity of Human Wishes, The....S. Johnson. 649 Vanity of the World, The.... Francis Quarles. 654 Vengeance of Mudara, The....J. G. Lockhart. 291 Veni Creator......................... John Dryden. 544 Veni Creator Spiritus........ Author Unknown. 543 Verses in Praise of Angling...Sir H. Wotton. 467 Verses, supposed to be Written by Alexander Selkirk................. Willian Corper. 679

To Nizht. ................. Percy Bysshe Shelley. 442

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PAGE | Page Very Mournful Ballad, A......... . Lord Byron. 297 | When we Two Parted...... .... Lord Byron. 86 Vicar, The........ Winthrop Mackworth Praed. 911 | Where did you Come from ?....G. Macdonald. 22 Vicar of Bray, The........... Author Unknown. 912 | Where are you Going, my Pretty Maid? Village Blacksmith, The...H. W. Longfellow. 693 A uthor Unknown. 896 Vincent Corbet, my Son, To.......... R. Corbet. 233 Where shall the Lover Rest...... Sir W. Scott. 176 Violet, The............. William Wetmore Story. 455 | Whilst as Fickle Fortune Smiled, Virtue............................... George Herbert. 662 Richard Barnefield. 780 Vision upon this Conceit of the Faerie Whilst Thee I Seek....Helen Maria Williano. 572 Queene, A............... Sir Walter Raleigh. 741 | Whiskers, The....... ... Samuel Wood ororth. 890 Voiceless, The.......... Oliver Wendell Holmes. 626 | Whistle, The..... ........ Robert Story. 182 White Rose, The............... Author Unknown. 214 WAE's ME for PRINCE CHARLIE... Wm. Glen. 326 Who is Sylvia?........... William Shakespeare. 217 Walking with God............. William Cowper. 564 Why so Pale?..................Sir John Suckling. 104 Waly, Waly, Love be Bonny...Author Unknown. 103 | Why thus Longing?........Harriet W. Seurall. 768 Wandering Jew, The...... ... Author Unknown. 374 Widow and Child, The.......Alfred Tennyson. 36 Warren's Address..................John Pierpont. 329 || Wife, A........................ William Allingham. 14 Watchman, tell us of the Night, William and Margaret............ David Mallet. 175 Sir John Bowring. 525 || Willie Winkie............ -------- William Miller. 29 Waterfowl, To a....... William Cullen Bryant. 471 || Will of God, The......... Frederick W. Faber. 566 We are Brethren a’................Robert Nicoll. 706 || Windsor Castle, Sonnet Written after Seeing, We are Seven............ . William Wordstrorth. 39 Thomas Warton. 504 Weary............... Christina Georgina Rossetti. 591 || Winifreda........................ Author Unknown. 9 Weep no More......................John Fletcher. 788 Winsome Wee Thing, The....... Robert Burns. 11 Welcome, The................... William Browne. 125 | Wish, A.............................. Samuel Rogers. 8 Welcome, The........... Thomas Osborne Daris. 158 || Wishes for the Supposed Mistress, Wellington, Ode on the Death of the Duke Richard Crasha tr. 121 of.............................. Alfred Tennyson. 270 With a Guitar, to Jane....... Percy B. Shelley. 734 Well of St. Keyne, The.........Robert Southey. 896 Without and Within... James R. Lowell. 707 We Parted in Silence........... Julia Crawford. 85 Without and Within.... Richard H. Stoddard. 14 We Sing the Praise of Him who Died, Woman's Answer, A...... A delaide A. Procter. 18S Thomas Kelly. 536 Woman's Inconstancy........ Sir Robert Ayton. 141 West Wind, Ode to the........ Percy B. Shelley. 436 Woman's Question, A....Adelaide A. Procter. 187 Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea.A. Cunningham. 695 || Wonderful Wean, The.......... William Miller. 30 What Ails this Heart o' Mine...... S. Blamire. 199 || Woodman, Spare that Tree '.....G. P. Morris. 77 What are These in Bright Array, Wrestling Jacob......... --------- Charles Wesley. 571 James Montgomery. 598 What is Prayer............... James Montgomery. 563 YARN of the “Nancy Bell,” The, What Mr. Robinson Thinks...... J. R. Loucell. 920 William S. Gilbert. 908 When all Thy Mercies, O my God..J. Addison. 547 Yarrow Revisited........ William Wordstcorth. 511 When Coldness Wraps this Suffering Clay, Yarrow Un visited........ William Words corth. 510 Lord Byron. 625 Yarrow Visited........... William Wordsworth. 510 When Gathering Clouds around I View, Ye Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon, Sir Robert Grant. 569 Robert Burns. 170 When Icicles Hang by the Wall...Shakespeare. 438 Ye Golden Lamps of Heaven, Farewell, When Maggy Gangs Away........James Hogg. 161 ; Philip Doddridge. 588

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