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Page To an Early Friend, ...

226 | Destruction of the Earth ForeThe Fatherland, 226 told,

252 A Funeral, ... 227 Heaven,

253 Hymn for All Saints' Day, 228 Prayer for the People,

254 Beauty in Death, ...

230 The Wine Cup, Meeting Again,

| Autumn Woods, Invocation to Night,

231 Song of the Stars, Night,

233 The Flowers of the Field, 261 Welcome to May, . 234 Evening Hymn, ...

263 The Sea, ...

235 Bees, ... ... ... ... 264 The Charities of the Poor, 236 Music on the Waters,

265 The Convict Ship, ... 238 Summer Longings, ...

266 The Shadows, 240 | Evening Thoughts, ...

267 On the Abolition of Slavery, 240 “Blessed are they that have The Sunshine,

242 not seen, and yet have BeCowslips, ...

2431 lieved," ... .. *** Song to Spring, 245 Prayer,

269 The Toy of the Giant's Child, 245 | There is a Tongue in every Leaf, 270 Adare, ... ..

248 Watchman, what of the Night? 271 Morning's Dawn, ...

249 The Forging of the Anchor,... 272 The Haunted Spring, ... 250 | The Sleeper, ... ...

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Sonnet,
438 Beauty and Flowers,

451 Sonnet,

438 No Trust in Time, ... 452 Hotspur's description of a fini A Descriptive Sketch,

452 cal Fop, ...

To find God, Apostrophe to Sleep,

1 To Daffodils,

... 454 The Vicissitudes of Life,

The Bee and the Lady-Flower, 455 The Happy Life, ...

On the Death of a beloved The Sweet Neglect, ... 443 Wife, ... ... On Lucy, Countess of Bedford, 444 Death's final Conquest, The Pleasures of Heaven, .. 444 An Epitaph, ... ... ... Consolation of Early Death, 446 | Hymn to the Nativity, ... 460 On the Tombs in Westminster Sonnet to a Lady, ...

Abbey, .. ... ... 446 Address to Light, ... From “The Faithful Shep From Comus, herdess," ...

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Satan's Soliloquy in sight of The Condition of Kings, ... 448 Paradise, ... Effects of Aristocratic Tyranny, 449 | Eve's conjugal Love, Pleasures of Retirement, ... 450 Expulsion from Paradise, ... Constancy of Change, ... 451 | Massacre of the Waldenses, ... 468

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To the Memory of an UnfortuHymn to Darkness, 337 nate Lady,

362 Charity, ... 339 The Temple of Fame,

364 Be Gentle, ... 341 God in Nature,

366 Poetasters (a Simile), 341 The Millennium,

366 The Death of Dr. Swift,

342 The Dying Christian to his Soul, 368 A Modern Lady, ...

Woman, ...

369 Cato's Soliloquy on the Immor Eternity, ...

370 tality of the Soul,

Rural Delights,

371 Thanksgiving Hymn,

Death, Providence, ... ... 350 Effects of Spring,

375 The Great Unknown, 351 Autumn Evening,

376 Earth and Heaven, ...

352 Winter Reflections, ... Hymn for Noon, ... 353 Lavinia,

379 A Churchyard by Night, 354 Elegy written in a Country Address to the Deity, 356 | Churchyard,

380 Blessings of Retirement, 357 The Passions,

385 Procrastination, 358 Sympathy, ...

389 The Poet's Wish, ....

360 | The Village Pastor, ... The Spectacles (a Fable),

61 The Parish Schoolmaster, 391

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PART III.-POETS OF THE ELIZABETHAN AGE.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

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Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, 395 Francis Beaumont, ... ...
Sir Walter Raleigh, ...

397 John Fletcher, Edmund Spenser, ...

398 Philip Massinger, . Sir Philip Sidney, ...

402! Drummond of Hawthornden, George Chapman, ... 404 Robert Herrick, Sir John Harrington,

Henry King, ... Samuel Daniel,

Francis Quarles, Robert Southwell,

Richard Crashaw, Joshua Sylvester,

'James Shirley, William Shakspeare, ... 405 | Edmund Waller, Ben Jonson,

409 | John Milton,

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POETRY OF THE ELIZABETHAN AGE.

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Spring,

421 The Bride, ...
The Means of a Happy Life, 421 To the Moon,
The Pilgrimage, ... ... 422 Epithalamion,
Lines written the Night before Time goes by turns, ...
Execution,

423 The Soul's Errand, ... Una and the Lion, ...

423 Noble Patronage of Learning,
The Ministry of Angels, ... 425 Mercy,
Verulam. From the Ruins of Sonnet,
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... 438 No Trust in Time, ... Hotspur's description of a fini

A Descriptive Sketch, cal Fop, ... ...

To find God, Apostrophe to Sleep,

441 To Daffodils, The Vicissitudes of Life, 441 The Bee and the Lady-Flower, 455 The Happy Life, ...

442 On the Death of a beloved The Sweet Neglect, ... 443 Wife, ... ... On Lucy, Countess of Bedford, 444 Death's final Conquest, 457 The Pleasures of Heaven, .. 444 | An Epitaph, ... ... Consolation of Early Death 446 Hymn to the Nativity, On the Tombs in Westminster Sonnet to a Lady,

460 Abbey, .. ... ... 446 Address to Light,

61 From "The Faithful Shep

From Comus, herdess," ... ...

Satan's Soliloquy in sight of
The Condition of Kings, ... 448
Effects of Aristocratic Tyranny, 449 | Eve's conjugal Love,
Pleasures of Retirement,

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The Good Parson. From the | All Earthly Joy returns in
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Pain, ... ... ... 490 Good Counsel,

The Star of our Redemption, 491 Freedom, ...

Winter. From the Prologue Macbeth's Dream,

to the Seventh Book of the The Garden Scene. From the Æneid, ... ... ... 492

King's Quair, ... ... 485 | Dawn. From the Prologue to The Assemblage of the Beasts

the Twelfth Book of the and Flowers. From the

Æneid, ... ... ... 493 Thrissil and the Rose, ... 487 The Papingo's Farewell, ... 494 To the Chief Poets. From the The Day of Doom, ... Golden Targe,

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