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Frost at Midnight, . . . . COLERIDGE,

101

A Spring Morning, (from “The Seasons,”') Thomson, . . 104

Gentle Herdsman, tell to me, . . . PERCY's Reliques, 105

The Pleasures of Poetry, . ... GEORGE WITHER, 108

Evening, .. . . . . . . LANDOR, . . 110

Hallowed Ground, . . . . . CAMPBELL, . .111

The Lost Wife, .

Joan Fisher MURRAY, 114

To Mary in Heaven, . . . . BURNS, . . .117

Maidenhood,

. . . . . . LONGFELLOW, . 118

Eve describes her first Sensations, , Milton, . . . 120

The Passionate Shepherd to his Love, CARISTOPHER MARLOWE, 122

The Nymph's Reply,. . . . SIR WALTER RALEIGH, 123

Ode to the Moon, . .

. Thomas Hoop, 125

Song, .. .

· BEAUMONT & FLETCHER, 128

The Maid's Lament, .

. LANDOR, . . 129

Sonnet, . . . . . . Sir Pallip Sidney, 130

The Voice of Departed Friendship, , PROFESSOR Wilson, 131

From the Castle of Indolence, . . . Thomson, . . 133

To my young Lady Lucy Sidney, .. WALLER, . . 137

It's hame, and it's hame, . . . ALLAN CUNNINGHAM, 138

Solitude, . . . . .

COWLEY, . . 139

To an Early Primrose, . . . . KIRKE WHITE, 140

Rural Sights, (from “The Task,”)

COWPER, . . 141

From “The Deserted Village," . . . GOLDSMITH, . . 144

Adam and Eve in Paradise, . . .. Milton, . . 146

Earine, . . . . . . . BEN JONSON, . . 148

Belphebe, a Huntress, (from “ The Faerie Queen,”) SPENSER, . 149

Hymn to Light, . . . . . . Cowley, . . 151

Solitude, . · · · · · · · KIRKE WHITE, 153

Isaac Ashford,. . . . . . . CRABBE,. . .154

The Skylark, . .

. HogG, .

. 156

Catharina, (Addressed to Miss Stapleton). CowPER, . . . 157

Hymn to Diana,

Ben Jonson, , 160

If I had thought thou couldst have died, . Rev. Chas. WOLFE, 161 ·

Sonnet, (At Ostend, July 22, 1787,). . W. L. BOWLES, 162

The Braes of Yarrow, . . . . . LOGAN, . . . 163.

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Lament of the Irish Emigrant, . Hon. MRS. PRICE BLACKWOOD, 165

Song, . . . · · · DAVENANT, . . 167

Spring, (from “The Seasons,”') . . THOMSON, . . 168

A Northern Winter, . .

AMBROSE PHILIPS, 169

The Ruling Passion, (from Moral Essays,). POPE, . . 171

Fæsulan Idyl, . . .

. . LANDOR, . . 172

The Pet-Name,. . . . ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING, 175

Music, . . .

. BARRY CORNWALL, 178

To the Evening Wind, . . . BRYANT, . . 180

A red, red Rose,

. . Burns, . . . 182

To the Nightingale, ..

. Milton, . . 183

Sonnet, . . . . . DRUMMOND of Hawthornden, 184

Song, . . .

• WALLER, . . 185

The Sabbath Bells, . . . . . CHARLES LAMB, . 186

The Song of the Shirt, . . . . Thomas Hood, · 187

Lines written in a Highland Glen, . . PROFESSOR Wilson, 190

Chorus, (from “ Hellas,”) . • SHELLEY, . 192

The School Mistress, (in imitation of Spenser,) SHENSTONE, . . 194

Morning Hymn, . . . . MILTON, . . 206

Sonnet, (written at the close of Spring,) CHARLOTTE SMITH, 208

From “ The Passionate Pilgrim," . . SHAKSPEARE, . 209

Dirge, . . . . . . . WM. STANLEY Roscoe, 210

An Apology for having loved before, • WALLER, . . 211

The Nameless Mountain Stream, . . CHARLES MACKAY, 213

Know ye the Fair One, . . . . . ALLAN CUNNINGHAM, 216

The Character of a Happy Life, .. • SIR HENRY WOTTON, 218

Forgiveness, . . . .

WAITTIER, . . 219

Song, to Celia, . . . . . . BEN JONSON, . . 220

Address to Light, . . . . . . Milton, . . 221

Spring Showers, (from “The Seasons,”) . Thomson, . .223

Elegy to the memory of an unfortunate Lady, POPE,. .. 225

To Blossoms, . . . . . . HERRICK, . . 228

The Posie, . . . . . . BURNS, . . 229

Autumn Woods, . . . . . . BRYANT, . . . 231

Eve to Adam, . . . . . . MILTON, . . 233

From the Passionate Pilgrim, , , , SHAKSPEARE, . . 234
TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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Each and all, . . . . . EMERSON, . 235

Song, . . .

· BEAUMONT & FLETCHER, 237

L'Allegro, . .

. MILTON, . . . 238

Il Penseroso, . . . . . . Milton, . . .243

Ode, (written in the year 1746,) . . COLLINS, . . 249

The Swallow, . . . . . . COWLEY,. . . 250

Ode to the Cuckoo, . . . . . LOGAN, . . . 251

Stanzas, . . . . . . . . HENRY Vaughan, , 252

The Twa Sisters, . . . CHAMBERS's Scottish BALLADS, 253

Helvellyn, . . . . . . . Scott, , , 256

Complaint of being pestered with bad Poets, le

(from the “Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot,”) si

}Pope, . . . 258

The Spring, . . . . . . CAREW, . . . 260

Fuller's Bird, . . . . . . BARRY CORNWALL, 261

Drachenfels, (from “ Childe Harold,”). BYRON, ... .263

The Spanish Lady's Love, . . . . PERCY'S RELIQUES, 265

0! were my love yon lilac fair,

BURNS, . . 269

Endymion,

. . . . . LONGFELLOW, . 270

Eden, . . .

Milton, . . , 271

Mariana,

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TENNYSON, . 273

Sonnet, . . . . . . . W, L. BOWLES, , 276

Grongar Hill,

. . . . . DYER, . . , 277

To Constantia Singing, .

SHELLEY,

282

Song, (from " Arcades,") ..

· Milton, . 284

Sonnet, (54,) . . . . . . SHAKSPEARE, . . 285

Power and Gentleness, . . . . Leigh HUNT, . 286

Bridal Song, .

. . BEAUMONT & FLETCHER, 288

The Character of a Good Parson, (modernized .

from Chaucer,) . .

"}DRYDEN, . . 289

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The Winter Walk at Noon (from “ The Task,”') COWPER, . . 292

Autumn in Scotland, (from “The Child of,

109Hon. Mrs. Norton, 294

the Islands,”). . . . . . s

Character of Addison, (from the “ Epistle to

.

Dr. Arbuthnot,”) . . . Pope, . . . 297

To the Willow Tree, . . . . HERRICK, . 298

Ae fond kiss, and then we sever . • BURNS, . . 299

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Lord Ronald's Child, . . . . PROFESSOR Wilson, 300

Paradise, · · · ·

. MILTON, . . . 305

To Mary, . . . . . . . CowPER, . . 307

On the Death of his Mistress, , DRUMMOND of Hawthornden, 309

Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College, GRAY, . . . 311

Dirge in Cymbeline, . . . . . COLLINS, . .315

The Old Familiar Faces, . . . . CHARLES LAMB, . 316

The Nightingale, . . .

COLERIDGE, . .317

To a Mouse, on turning her up in her nest )

with the Plough, . .

BURNS, . . 321

The Builders, . . .

LONGFELLOW, . . 323

A Garden in Spring, ..

• THOMSON, . . 324

Sonnet to the Moon,

CHARLOTTE SMITH, 326

Sonnet, (714) . . . . . . SHAKSPEARE, . 327

Sonnet, .

Sir Philip Sidney, 328

Lines written in passing through Vale Crucis ,

in October, 1806, . . . .

Wm. STANLEY Roscoe 329

Song of the Shepherds in Praise of Pan, . FLETCHER, . . 330

The Triumph of Charis, . . . . Ben Jonson, . 331

To my Mother, . . . . . . KIRKE WHITE, . 332

Ode on Solitude, . . . . . POPE, . . 333

Sonnet. To Cyriac Skinner, . . . Milton, . . , 334

Fancy, . . . . . . . KEATS, . . . 334

The Procession of the Months, (from the “ Faerie Queen,”) SPENSER, 338

Within and without, (A London Lyric,). BARRY CORNWALL, 342

The Flower's Name, . . . . . ROBERT BROWNING, 344

Ginevra, . . . . . . . ROGERS, . . 346

Sonnet. On his Blindness, . . . Milton, . . . 350

Thanatopsis, . . . . . . BRYANT, . 351

Recollections of the Arabian Nights, . . TENNYSON, . 354

A Bard's Epitaph, . . . . Burns, . . . 360

Song, (from “As you like it,”) . . . SHAKSPEARE, . 361

Phyllis, . . . . . . DRUMMOND of Hawthornden, 362

Song, (from “The Maid's Tragedy,”) BEAUMONT & FLETCHER, 362

A La

. . . . SHELLEY, . . 363

The Mind superior to the Body's Infirmities, WALLER,. . . 364

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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Sonnet, (to the River Otter,) . . . Coleridge, . 365

On Shakspeare, (1630,) . . . . Milton, . . . 366

To T. L. H., six years old, during a sickness, LEIGH Hunt, : 367

Song, (from “King Henry the Eighth,”) . SAAKSPEARE, . . 369

On the receipt of my Mother's Picture out of

Norfall the rift of muconsin Anne Rodham
Norfolk, the gift of my cousin Anne Bodham, sco

CowPER, . . 370

Never Despair, . . . . . . . LANDOR, . . . 374

Elegy, written in a Country Churchyard, . GRAY, . . 375

What the Voice said, . . . . WHITTIER, . . 380

The Lovely Lass of Preston Mill, . . ALLAN CUNNINGHAM, 383

Lycidas, . . . . . . Milton, . . 385

Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke, sister

to Sir Philip Sidney, . . .

Ben Jonson, . 319

The Passions, (an Ode for Music,) . . Collins, . . 392

The Cotter's Saturday Night, . . . Burns, . . 396

Song, (performed to soothe Valentinian, who ).

has been poisoned,) . . . . SLETCHER,

- FLETCHER, . . 403

To the Water-Nymphs drinking at the Fountain, HERRICK, . 403

Comus, (extract from) . . . . Milton, . . 404

The Shepherd's Life, . . . . Phineas FLETCHER, 405

Iligh Life, (from the “Epistle to Lord Cobham,”) POPE, . . 407

Home Happiness, . . . . . Thomson, . . 408

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Queen, entertained at night by the DAVENANT, .

Countess of Anglesea, ·

410

The Question, . . . . . . SHELLEY, . . 411

To Henry Wriothesly, Earl of Southampton, DANIEL, . . 412

Rejoice in May, . . . . . . EDWARDS, . . 414

Bring back the Chain, . . . . . Hon. MRS. NORTON, 416

The Bower of Adam and Eve, . . . MILTON,

418

Au Angel in the House, ..

· LEIGH Hunt, 420

The Deformed Child, . . . . VINCENT LEIGH Hunt, 421

Unfading Beauty, . . . . . CAREW, . . 422

Corinna 's going a-Maying, .

. HERRICK,

423

Descent of the Angel Raphael to Earth, Milton . . 428

| Sonnet, (145,) . . . . . . SHAKSPEARE, . 427

Alexander's Feast, or the Power of Music, DRYDEN, . 428

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