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C. K. JOHNSTON
DEC 5

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BRYANT

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LENORE

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THANATOPSIS

1

THE VALLEY OF UNREST

44

THE YELLOW VIOLET

2 THE COLISEUM

INSCRIPTION FOR THE ENTRANCE TO Å HYMN

45

Wood

3 TO ONE IN PARADISE

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TO A WATERFOWL .

3 To F

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GREEN RIVER

To F -s's. O

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A WINTER PIECE

SONNET TO ZANTE

HYMN TO DEATH

THE HAUNTED PALACE

46

"O FAIREST OF THE RURAL MAIDS

SONNET - SILENCE

47

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN

THE CONQUEROR WORM

47

AUTUMN WOODS

11 DREAM-LAND

48

A FOREST HYMN

12 THE RAVEN

48

JUNE

14 EULALIE - A Song'.

51

OCTOBER

14 ULALUME

51

THE PAST.

15 TO HELEN

52

THE EVENING WIND

15 THE BELLS

53

TO THE FRINGED GENTIAN

16 TO MY MOTHER

55

HYMN OF THE CITY

17

FOR ANNIE

55

SONG OF MARION's Men

17 ANNABEL LEE

56

THE PRAIRIES

18

ELDORADO

57

THE BATTLE-FIELD

20

THE ANTIQUITY OF FREEDOM .

20

O MOTHER OF A MIGHTY RACE

21

EMERSON

THE PLANTING OF THE APPLE-TREE 22

ROBERT OF LINCOLN

23 GOOD-BYE

OUR COUNTRY'S CALL

24 THOUGHT.

58

THE LITTLE PEOPLE OF THE SNOW 24 THE RIVER.

58

THE POET

29 LINES TO ELLEN

59

MY AUTUMN WALK

30 To ELLEN AT THE SOUTH

59

THE DEATH OF LINCOLN

31 To ELLEN

59

A LIFETIME

31 THINE EYES STILL SHINED

THE FLOOD OF YEARS

33 WRITTEN IN NAPLES

60

WRITTEN AT ROME

60

WEBSTER

61

POE

THE RHODORA

EACH AND ALL

TAMERLANE

36 THE APOLOGY

62

To (*İ SAW

THEE ON

CONCORD HYMN

63

BRIDAL DAY')

39 THE HUMBLE-BEE

63

SONG FROM AL AARAAF

39 URIEL

64

ROMANCE

40 THE PROBLEM

64

SONNET – TO SCIENCE

40 WRITTEN IN A VOLUME OF GOETHE 65

To - (THE BOWERS WHEREAT, IN

WOODNOTES I

66

DREAMS, I SEE')

41 WOODNOTES II

67

Το. (*I FEED NOT THAT MY EARTHLY THE SPHINX

71

LOT')

41 THE SNOW-STORM

72

A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM

41 FABLE

73

To HELEN

41 THE INFORMING SPIRIT

73

ISRAFEL

41 FRIENDSHIP

THE CITY IN THE SEA .

42 FORBEARANCE

THE SLEEPER

43 | HOLIDAYS

1 The poems of each author are arranged in chronological order. Exact dates will be found at the end of

each poem.

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THE FAREWELL OF A VIRGINIA SLAVE- CONDUCTOR BRADLEY

340

MOTHER

263 A MYSTERY

341

THE MERRIMAC

264 THE PRAYER OF AGASSIZ

342

MEMORIES

265 A SEA DREAM

343

HAMPTON BEACH

266 SUNSET ON THE BEARCAMP

344

CASSANDRA SOUTHWICK

267 LEXINGTON

345

MASSACHUSETTS TO VIRGINIA

270 CENTENNIAL HYMN

346

THE CHRISTIAN SLAVE

272 THE PROBLEM

346

THE SHOEMAKERS

273 RESPONSE

346

THE PINE TREE.

275

AT EVENTIDE

347

FORGIVENESS

275 THE TRAILING ARBUTUS

347

BARCLAY OF URY

275 OUR AUTOCRAT

347

THE Angels OF BUENA VISTA

277

GARRISON.

348

THE HUSKERS

278 THE LOST OCCASION

348

THE CORN SONG .

280 STORM ON LAKE ASQUAM

349

PROEM .

280

THE POET AND THE CHILDREN

350

THE LAKESIDE

281 AN AUTOGRAPH

350

OUR STATE

281 UNITY

351

ІсHABop

282 SWEET FERN

351

Songs Of LABOR, DEDIC

ICATION

282 SAMUEL J. TILDEN

352

WORDSWORTH .

THE BARTHOLDI STATUE

352

BENEDICITE

283 To E. C. S.

352

APRIL

284 THE LAST EVE OF SUMMER .

353

ASTRÆA

285 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL

353

FIRST-DAY THOUGHTS

285 To OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES

353

THE POOR VOTER ON Election DAY 285

SUMMER BY THE LAKESIDE

286

BURNS

287

HOLMES

MAUD MULLER

289

THE RENDITION

290 OLD IRONSIDES

. 355

ARISEN AT LAST

291 THE BALLAD OF THE OYSTERMAN 355

THE BAREFOOT BOY

291. THE HEIGHT OF THE RIDICULOUS 356

THE LAST WALK IN AUTUMN

292 TO AN INSECT.

356

SKIPPER IRESON'S RIDE

296 L'INCONNUE

. 357

THE GARRISON OF CAPE ANN

297 MY AUNT

357

THE PIPES AT LUCKNOW .

299 THE LAST LEAF

358

TELLING THE BEES

300 LA GRISETTE

358

THE CABLE HYMN

301 OUR YANKEE GIRLS

. 359

My PSALM

301 ON LENDING A PUNCH-Bowl

359

BROWN OF OssAWATOMIE

302 THE STETHOSCOPE SONG

360

My PLAYMATE

303 THE STATESMAN'S SECRET

362

TO WILLIAM H. SEWARD

303 AFTER A LECTURE ON WORDSWORTH 363

OUR RIVER

304 AFTER A LECTURE ON SHELLEY

364

AMY WENTWORTH

304 THE HUDSON

365

THE WAITING .

305 TO AN ENGLISH FRIEND.

365

THE WATCHERS

306 THE OLD MAN DREAMS

366

ANDREW RYKMAN'S PRAYER

307

BIRTHDAY OF DANIEL WEBSTER

366

BARBARA FRIETCHIE

309 FOR THE MEETING OF THE BURNS CLUB, 367

THE WRECK OF RIVERMOUTH

310 LATTER-DAY WARNINGS

368

THE VANISHERS

THE CHAMBERED NAUTILUS

368

BRYANT ON HIS BIRTHDAY

312 THE LIVING TEMPLE

369

Laus Deo!.

312 THE DEACON'S MASTERPIECE, OR, THE

HYMN

313

WONDERFUL 'ONE-Hoss SHAY' 369

THE ETERNAL GOODNESS

314 CONTENTMENT.

371

SNOW-BOUND

315 PARSON TURELL'S LEGACY

ABRAHAM DAVENPORT

323 THE VOICELESS

373

THE DEAD SHIP OF HARPSWELL

324 FOR THE BURNS CENTENNIAL CELEBRA-

OUR MASTER

325

TION

374

THE WORSHIP OF NATURE

327 THE Boys

374

THE MEETING

327 AT A MEETING OF FRIENDS

375

AMONG THE Hills.

330 THE Two STREAMS

376

MARGUERITE

336 UNDER THE VIOLETS

377

IN SCHOOL-DAYS

337 HYMN OF TRUST

377

My TRIUMPH

337 A SUN-DAY HYMN

377

MY BIRTHDAY

338 PROLOGUE TO 'SONGS IN MANY KEYS'. 378

THE SISTERS

339 BROTHER JONATHAN's LAMENT FOR

THE THREE BELLS

340

SISTER CAROLINE

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'I THOUGHT OUR LOVE AT FULL, BUT I

DID ERR'

430

THE BIGLOW PAPERS, FIRST SERIES:

A LETTER FROM MR. EZEKIEL BIG-

LOW OF JAALAM TO

Hon.

JOSEPH T. BUCKINGHAM

430

WHAT MR. ROBINSON THINKS 433

THE Pious EDITOR'S CREED

435

A SECOND LETTER FROM B. Sawin,

Esq.

436

FROM A FABLE FOR Critics :

440

THE VISION OF SIR LAUNFAL

453

BEAVER BROOK

458

BIBLIOLATRES

458

THE FIRST SNOW-FALL .

459

THE SINGING LEAVES

459

WITHOUT AND WITHIN

461

AUF WIEDERSEHEN

461

PALINODE.

462

THE WIND-HARP

AFTER THE BURIAL

463

L'ENVOI : TO THE MUSE

463

MASACCIO

465

THE ORIGIN OF DIDACTIC POETRY.

465

THE DEAD HOUSE

466

AT THE BURNS CENTENNIAL

467

THE WASHERS OF THE SHROUD

469

THE Biglow PAPERS, SECOND SERIES:

THE COURTIN'

472

MASON AND SLIDELL

473

JONATHAN TO JOHN

478

SUNTHIN' IN THE PASTORAL LINE 480

LATEST VIEWS OF MR. BIGLOW 484

MR. Hosea BiGLOW TO THE EDITOR

OF THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY 486

ON BOARD THE '76

489

ODE RECITED AT THE HARVARD COM-

MEMORATION

490

THE MINER

496

To H. W. L.

496

THE NIGHTINGALE IN THE STUDY 497

An EMBER PICTURE

498

IN THE TWILIGHT

498

FOR AN AUTOGRAPH

499

THE Fоот-PATH

499

ALADDIN

500

To CHARLES Eliot NORTON

500

AGASSIZ

501

SONNET - Scottish BORDER

508

THREE MEMORIAL POEMS :

ODE READ AT THE ONE HUNDREDTH

ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIGHT AT

CONCORD BRIDGE

509

UNDER THE OLD ELM

512

AN ODE FOR THE FOURTH OF Joix 518

DEATH OF QUEEN MERCEDES .

522

PHEBE

522

To Whittier,' On His SEVENTY-FIFTH

BIRTHDAY .

523

To HOLMES, ON HIS

BIRTHDAY

523

INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT

524

SIXTY-EIGHTH BIRTHDAY

524

INSCRIPTION PROPOSED FOR Å SOLDIERS'

AND SAILORS' MONUMENT

524

ENDYMION

524

AUSPEX

527

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THE PREGNANT COMMENT

528 TO A CERTAIN CIVILIAN

579

TELEPATHY

528 QUICKSAND YEARS .

580

THE SECRET

528 OTHERS MAY PRAISE WHAT THEY LIKE . 580

MONNA LISA

528 THICK-SPRINKLED BUNTING

580

THE NOBLER LOVER

528 BATHED IN WAR'S PERFUME

581

'FRANCISCUS DE VERULAMIO SIC COGITA- O CAPTAIN ! MY CAPTAIN !

581

VIT'

529 WHEN LILACS LAST IN THE DOOR-YARD

IN A COPY OF OMAR KHAYYÁM

529

BLOOM'D

581

TURNER'S OLD TEMERAIRE

530 HusH'D BE THE CAMPS TO-DAY

TO-DAY

585

ON A BUST OF GENERAL GRANT' 530 OLD WAR-DREAMS

586

RECONCILIATION

586

As I LAY WITH MY HEAD IN YOUR LAP,

WHITMAN

CAMERADO

586

ABOARD AT A SHIP'S HELM

586

THERE WAS A CHILD WENT FORTH . 532 NOT THE PILOT

587

FROM THE 'Song OF MYSELF?

533 | ONE'S-SELF I SING

587

SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD

547 TEARS

587

MIRACLES.

552 WHISPERS OF HEAVENLY DEATH

588

ASSURANCES

553 THE SINGER IN THE PRISON

588

CROSSING BROOKLYN FERRY

553 ETHIOPIA SALUTING THE COLORS. 589

OUT OF THE CRADLE ENDLESSLY ROCKING 557 DELICATE CLUSTER

589

FACING WEST FROM CALIFORNIA'S THE BASE OF ALL METAPHYSICS 589

SHORES

560 ON THE BEACH AT NIGHT

590

I HEAR AMERICA SINGING

560 A NOISELESS PATIENT SPIDER

590

POETS TO COME

560 PASSAGE TO INDIA

590

ME IMPERTURBE

560 DAREST THOU NOW O Soul .

595

FOR YOU O DEMOCRACY

561 THE LAST INVOCATION

595

RECORDERS AGES HENCE

561 Joy, SHIPMATE, Joy!

596

WHEN I HEARD AT THE CLOSE OF THE O STAR OF FRANCE

596

DAY

562 THE MYSTIC TRUMPETER

596

I SAW IN LOUISIANA A LIVE-OAK GROWING 562 VIRGINIA THE WEST

598

I HEAR IT WAS CHARGED AGAINST ME 562 Thou MOTHER WITH THY EQUAL BROOD 598

THE PRAIRIE-GRASS DIVIDING

563 PRAYER OF COLUMBUS

601

WHEN I PERUSE THE CONQUER'D FAME 563 COME, SAID MY SOUL

602

I DREAM'D IN A DREAM

563 WHEN THE FULL-GROWN POET CAME 603

FULL OF LIFE NOW

564 TO THE MAN-OF-WAR-BIRD .

603

To ONE SHORTLY TO DIE

564 THE Ox-TAMER .

603

NIGHT ON THE PRAIRIES

564

TO A LOCOMOTIVE IN WINTER

O MAGNET-SOUTH

565 AFTER AN INTERVAL

604

MANNAHATTA

565 To FOREIGN LANDS

604

MYSELF AND MINE

567 WHAT BEST I SEE IN THEE

605

A BROADWAY PAGEANT

567 SPIRIT THAT FORM'D THIS SCENE

605

PIONEERS! O PIONEERS!

569 Youth, DAY, OLD AGE AND Night 606

FROM PAUMANOK STARTING I FLY LIKE A CLEAR MIDNIGHT

606

A BIRD

571 With HUSKY-HAUGHTY LIPS, o SEA

,

606

EIGHTEEN SIXTY-ONE

571 OF THAT BLITHE THROAT OF THINE 606

BEAT! BEAT! DRUMS!

572 As THE GREEK'S SIGNAL FLAME

607

CAVALRY CROSSING A FORD

572 TO THOSE WHO'VE FAIL'D

607

BIVOUAC ON A MOUNTAIN SIDE

572 A CAROL CLOSING SIXTY-NINE

607

BY THE BIVOUAC'S FITFUL FLAME

572 THE FIRST DANDELION

607

I SAW OLD GENERAL AT BAY

573 THE VOICE OF THE RAIN

607

VIGIL STRANGE I KEPT ON THE FIELD A PRAIRIE SUNSET

608

ONE NIGHT

573 THANKS IN OLD AGE

608

COME UP FROM THE FIELDS, FATHER 573 My 71st YEAR

608

A SIGHT IN CAMP IN THE DAYBREAK

OLD AGE'S SHIP AND CRAFTY DEATH's 608

GRAY AND DIM

574 THE COMMONPLACE

608

As TOILSOME I WANDER’D VIRGINIA'S L. OF G.'s PURPORT

609

WOODS

574 THE UNEXPRESS'D

609

THE WOUND-DRESSER

575 GOOD-BYE MY FANCY!

609

GIVE ME THE SPLENDID SILENT SUN 577 DEATH's VALLEY

609

LONG, TOO LONG AMERICA

578

OVER THE CARNAGE ROSE PROPHETIC A

VOICE

578

LANIER

OUT OF THE ROLLING OCEAN THE CROWD 578

WHEN I HEARD THE LEARN'D ASTRONO- THE DYING WORDS OF STONEWALL JACK-

MER

579

SON

611

SAUT NOT YOUR DOORS

579 NIGHT AND DAY

611

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