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How HAPPY I'LL BE,

Anonymous. 27

How SLEEP THE BRAVE,

William Collins. 576

HYMN TO THE FLOWERS,

Horace Smith, 126

HUMAN FRAILTY,

Wm. Drummond. 175

I COME, I COME, YE HAVE CALLED ME LONG, Felicia Hemans. 251

IF I WERE A VOICE,

Charles Mackay. 211

If We Knew THE WOE AND HEARTACHE,

KNEW

Anonymous. 363

I LIVE FOR THEE,

Alfred Tennyson. 413

IMMENSITY OF CREATION,

O. M. Mitchell. 275

INAUGURAL ADDRESSES, I. AND II.,

Abraham Lincoln. 182
INCHCAPE ROCK,

Robert Southey. 419
INCIDENT IN A RAILROAD CAR,

7. R. Lowell. 163

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN,

Edward Everett. 276

INDIAN NAMES,

L. H. Sigourney. 234
IN MEMORIAM,

Alfred Tennyson. 374
IN PRAISE OF TREES,

Edmund Spenser. 257

INSIGNIFICANCE OF EARTH,

Thomas Chalmers. 292

IN THE CHURCHYARD,

Charles Lamb. 238
,

. Thomas De Quincey. 394
INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY,

Wm. Wordsworth. 335
INTRA, MINTRA, CUTRA, CORN,

Anonymous. 448
IRISHWOMAN'S LETTER, .

Anonymous. 31
IT CAME UPON THE MIDNIGHT CLEAR,

E. H. Sears. 414
“ IT JS MORE BLESSED,” ,

Rose Terry Cooke. 502
IT NEVER COMES AGAIN,.

R. H. Stoddard. 177

I Would Not LIVE ALWAY,

W. A. Muhlenberg. 316

JERUSALEM THE GOLDEN,

Bernard of Cluny. 342

JESUS, LOVER OF MY SOUL,

Charles Wesley. 316
JOLLY OLD PEDAGOGUE,

George Arnold. 300
KNIGHT'S TOAST,

Walter Scott. 471

KNOWING,

C. P. Cranch. 464

LABOR IS WORSHIP,

F. S. Osgood.

76

LABORER, THE,

W. D. Gallagher. 26

LADY CLARE,

Alfred Tennyson. 459

L'ALLEGRO,

John Milton. 74

LAMENT FOR ABSALOM,

N. P. Willis. 39

LAMENT FOR GLENCAIRN,

Robert Burns. 174

LAND OF BENEDICTIONS,

G. (. Verplanck. 478

LANDING OF THE PILGRIMS,

Felicia Hemans. 80

Las Casus DISSUADING FROM BATTLE,

R. B. Sheridan. 84

LAST LEAF, THE,

0. W. Holmes. 497

LAST ROSE OF SUMMER,

Thomas Moore. 349

LATE, LATE, SO LATE !

Alfred Tennyson. 409

LEAD, KINDLY LIGHT,

7. H. N'ewman. 310
LEGEND OF ST. CHRISTOPHER,

Anonymous. 85
LET THERE BE LIGHT,

Horace Niann. 426

LIBERTY,

Orville Dewey. 463

LIBERTY AND

Daniel Webster. 99

LIFE,

H. B. Wallacc. 454

LIFE BEFORE THE FLOOD,

Wm. Cowper. 222

LINCOLN, THE MARTYR CHIEF,

James R Lowell. 345

LITTLE BOY BLUE,

Eugene Field. 358

LITTLE EVA, .

X. B. Stowe. 468

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LITTLE GOLDENHAIR,

F. B. Smith. 481
LITTLE STOWAWAY,

Anonymous. 296
LIVING TEMPLE, THE,

0. W. Holmes. 499
LONG AGO, THE,

B. F. Taylor. 81
LORD HELPETH MAN AND BEAST, THE,

S. 7. Coleridge. 221
LOST AND FOUND,

Hamilton Aide. 23
Lost CHORI), THE,

A. A. Procter. 431
Lost LEADER, THE,

Robert Browning. 106
Lost: THREE LITTLE ROBINS,

Anonymous. 281
LOVE,

Wm. Shakspeare. 176
MARCH,

W. C. Bryant. 207
MARCO BOZZARIS,

F. G. Halleck. 51
MARMION AND DOUGLAS,

Walter Scott. 149
MAIN TRUCK, THE,

Geo. P. Morris. 432
MARTYR CHIEF, THE

7. R. Lowell. 345
MARTYR AND CONQUEROR, THE,

H. W. Beecher. 17
MASTER IS COME OVER JORDAN, THE,

Anonymous. 33
MAYFLOWER, THE,

Edward Everett. 288
MEMORY AND THE MUSES,

Thomas Hobbes. 219
MEMORY OF THE GOOD, .

H. Humphrey. 379
METAMORPHOSIS, .

Lloyd Mifflin. 362
MILITARY SUPREMACY DANGEROUS,

Henry Tlay. 226
MILL ON THE FLOSS, .

George Eliot. 491
MILTON,

Wm. Wordsworth. 177
Milton's PRAYER OF PATIENCE,

Elizabeth Lloyd. 495
MORNING HYMN,

John Milton. 566
MORNING IN THE MOUNTAINS,

Wm. Wordsworth. 339
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, A,

E. B. Browning. 114
My COUNTRY, 'TIS OF THEE,

Samuel F. Smith. 92
MY MIND TO ME A KINGDOM IS,

William Byrd. 43
MY MOTHER'S PICTURE,

Wm. Cowper. 323
MY SOUL AND I, •

John G. Whittier. 517
MYTHOLOGY,

S. T. Coleridge. 425
NATIONAL GLORY,

Henry Clay. 195
NATURE AND THE CHILDREN,

E. E. Higbee. 400
NATURE OF TRUE ELOQUENCE,

Daniel Webster. 429
NEVER-ENDING PROGRESS,

A. G. Spaulding. 401
New Hail COLUMBIA,

0. W. Holmes. 93
NEWSPAPER, THE,

7. R. Lowell. 444
NIGHT IS THE TIME FOR REST,

James Montgomery. 482
NINETY AND NINE,

E. C. Clephane. 317
NOBILITY,

Alice Cary. 421
NOBILITY OF LABOR, .

Orville Dewey. 42
NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS,

Charles Sprague. 116
NOTHING LOST IN NATURE,

Abigail Dodge. 19
NOW,

Charles Mackay. 469
Now I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP,

Anonymous. 369
Now THANK WE ALL OUR GOD,

Martin Rinkart. 315
O CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN,

Walt Whitman. 347
ODE TO AN INDIAN COIN,

John Leyden. 506
OFT IN THE STILLY NIGHT,

Thomas Moore. 350
OGG, THE SON OF BEORL

George Eliot, 108
OH, WHY SHOULD THE SPIRIT OF Mortai Be Proud? Wn. Knox. 36

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RECOLLECTIONS OF CHILDHOOD,

Charles Lamb. 237
RECOLLECTIONS OF MY CHRISTMAS TREE, Charles Dickens. 433
REFLECTIONS,

Walter Scott. 219
REFORMER, THE,

Horace Greeley. 121
REGULUS TO THE ROMAN SENATE,

Epes Sargent. 259
RELIEF OF LUCKNOW,

Robert Lowell. 331
REMEMBER Now THÝ CREATOR,

Ecclesiastes. 135
REMEMBRANCE,

H. R. Hawers. 403
REPLY TO GRAFTON,

Lord Thurlow. 343
REPLY TO MR. CORRY,

H. Grattan. 344
REPLY TO WALPOLE,

Lord Chatham. 198
RESIGNATION,

H. W. Longfellow. 60
RESURRECTION OF ABDULLAH,

Edwin Arnold. 307
RHCCUS,

7. R. Lowell. 165
RIENZI'S ADDRESS,

M. R. Mitford. 77
RING OUT, WILD BELLS,

Alfred Tennyson. 447
ROBIN HOOD,

John Keats. 83
ROBIN'S SONG,

Anonymous. 283
Rock ME TO SLEEP, MOTHER,

Elizabeth Akers. 291
ROCK OF AGES,

Anonymous. 102
ROLLA'S ADDRESS TO THE PERUVIANS,

R. B. Sheridan. 46
ROLL CALL,

N. G. Shepherd. 227
SACRED INFLUENCES,

Joseph Cook. 572
SAVIOUR, AGAIN TO THY DEAR NAME,

7. Ellerton. 311
SCHOOL, BEFORE AND AFTER,

Anonymous. 527
SEA SONG,

Allan Cunningham. 180
SECTIONS FOR READY REFERENCE:
ABRAHAM LINCOLN: Address at Gettysburg 75, From First Inaugura Address

182, Second Inaugural 183, Lincoln's Birthday 185, Majestic in His Indi-
viduality 185, Lincoln, the Tender-Hearted 187, Greatness of His Sim-
plicity 187, His Choice and Destiny 188, As Cavalier and Puritan 188,
Tribute of Lowell 345, O Captain! My Captain! 347, Tribute of Mark
Lemon

347,
Tribute of Goldwin Smith

182

397,
ARBOR DAY: The Planting of the Apple Tree 242, Field Lilies 244,

The Gar-
dener's Burial 245, To the Fringed Gentian 246, Forest Hymn 246, To the
Dandelion 248, Plant a Tree 250, Autumn Voices 251, The Voice of Spring
251, Woodman, Spare that Tree 252, The Oak Tree 253, Waiting for the
May 253, Tree Planting 254, The Trees and the Master 255, Waiting to
Grow 255, Orchard Blossoms 256, The Use of Flowers 250, In Praise of

Trees 257, Tongues in Trees 257, April Time 258, Fall Fashions 258, 242
BIRD DAY AND THE Birds: The Bobolink 278, To Robin 279, Bluebird's Song

280, Three O'Clock in the Morning 280, The Broken Wing 281, Lost:
Three Little Robins 281, Birds in Summer 282, Perseverance 282, I he
Robin's Song 283, The Captive Bird 283, To a Skylark 284, Birds' Nests
284, Cunning Old Crow 285, Snow-Bird's Song, 285, Heigh ho! Daisies

and Buttercups 286, Self-Esteem 286, Sing to Me 287, bird Trades 287, 278
CHRISTMAS SONGS: It Came upon the Midnight Clear 414, While Shepherds

Watched 414, Hark, the Herald Angels 415, Calm on the Listening Ear of
Night 415, Over the Green Downs 415, There's a Song in the Air 416,
Peace on Earth 416, Brightest and Best 417,

414
MEMORIAL DAY: What Constitutes a State 366, Flowers for the Brave 367,

Dirge for One who Fell in Battle, 367, Far Away the Camp Fires Burn
368, Battle Hymn of the Republic 368, Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep 369,
Blue and the Gray 369, Under the Shade of the Trees 370, Patriotism and
Freedom

366
Dear Country Mine 371, Border Song 371,

371,
Familiar HYMNS: Art Thou Weary 308, Abide with Me 309, God Moves in a

Mysterious Way 309, Lead, Kindly Light 310, Angelic Songs are Swelling
330, Grant us Thy Peace 311, Holy, Holy, Holy! 311, Father, Whate'er
of Earthly Bliss 312, Sun of My Soul 312, There is a Green Hill 313, By
Cool Siloam 313, Work, for the Night is Coming 314, Blest Be the Tie

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314, Now Thank We All Our God 315, The Spacious Firmament 315,
From Greenland's Icy Mountains 316, Jesus, Lover of My Soul 316, I
Would Not Live Alway 316, Come, Ye Disconsolate 317, The Ninety and
Nine 317, Prayer 318, Flee as a Bird 318, Softly Now the Light of Day 319,

Come, Holy Spirit 319, Still, Still with Thee 319, Thy Glory Thou Didst
Familiar PSALMs: First

, Eighth, Twenty-Third, Thirty-Seventh, Eighty:
Fourth, Ninetieth, One Hundredth, One Hundred and Third, One Hun-

dred and Forty Sixth

FAVORITE Songs: The Last Rose of Summer 349, Speak Gently 349, Home,

Sweet Home 350, Oft in the Stilly Night 350, When the Mists have Rolled

Away 350, Speed Away 351, Forever and Forever 351, When Shall We

Meet Again 351, Somewhere 352, Flow Gently, Sweet Afton 352, Home

Again 353, When All the World is Young 353, Douglas, Tender and True

353, Auld Lang Syne 354, The Dearest Spot 354, Annie Laurie 355, Far

Away 355, When the Swallows Homeward Fly 356, Bonnie Doon 356,

Watch on the Rhine 357, Swinging 'Neath the Old Apple Tree 357, Shells

of Ocean 358, Home, Can I Forget Thee 358, Little Boy Blue 358, Chide

Mildly the Erring 359,

349

NATIONAL Songs: Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean, The Star_Spangled

Banner, National Hymn, Hail Columbia, New Hail Columbia, E Pluribus
Unum, America,

91
BRYANT: The Flood of Years 47, Antiquity of Freedom 52, The_Crowded

Street 203, The Evening Wind 204, Death of the Flowers 205, The Past,
205,

March To a Waterfowl 207, Those Glorious Stars 208, Planting
of the Apple

242, A Forest Hymn 246, To a Fringed Gentian 246,

Thanatopsis 394,

203

HOLMES: New Hail Columbia 93, Cubes and Spheres 199. The Boys 235, An

Old Hemlock 393, When We Plant a Tree 400, The Chambered Nautilus
496, The Last Leaf 497, Questions and Answers 498, Old Ironsides 498,

The Living Temple 499,

LONGFELLOW: Excelsior 56, To the Silent River 57, The Reaper and the Flow-

ers 58, The Day is Done 59, Resignation 60, Arrow and Song 61, The

Singers 61, The Bridge 62, God's Acre 63, Footsteps of Angels. 571,

Paul

Fleming Resolves 158, Psalm of Life 376, Agassiz on His Fiftieth Birth-

day 2, The Wreck of the Hesperus 563,
LOWELL: The Heritage ico, The Token 161, Shepherd of King Admetus 162,

Incident in a Railroad Car 163, Rhecus 165, Out of Doors: Our Lives
Should Widen 167, Sphinx 168, Goe, Little Booke” 169, Hand in Hand
181, To the Dandelion 248, Abraham Lincoln, the Martyr Chief 347,
Vision of Sir Launfal 372, O'What is So Fair as a Day in June 372, Peace

on Earth 416, The Newspaper 445, Once to Every Man and Nation 511, 160

TENNYSON: Crossing the Bar 176, Wages 179, Charge of the Light Brigade

268, The Passing of Arthur 321, Ulysses 365, In Memoriam 374, Late,

Late, So Late 409, Song of the Maiden 409, Song of the Mother: 'Sweet

and Low 410, Enid's Song 410, Song of Elaine 410, Song of Vivien 411,

Break, Break, Break

411,

The Bugle Song 411, Song of the Brook 412, I

Live for Thee 413, Tristam's Song 413, Cradle Song 414, Ring Out,

Wild

Bells 449, Lady Clare 459,

409

WHITTIER: Tauler, the Preacher of Strasburg_209, The Pumpkin 513, Gone

514, Wordsworth 515, The Voice of the Reader 516, Raphael 516, My

Soul and I 517, Sketches 518

513

WORDSWORTH: What Boots the Quest 174, Westminster Bridge 176, Milton

177, The World is Too Much with us 180, Goody Blake and Harry Gill

200, Ode on the Intimations of Immortality 335, The Blind Fiddler 338,

Morning in the Mountains 339, Tintern Abbey 339, The Daffodils 340,

Ex-

postulation and Reply 340, The Tables Turned 341, She was a Phantom of
Delight 385, On Poetry 217,

335
SONNETS AND SONGS: Grasshopper and Cricket 172, Come Sleep 172, On First

Looking into Chapman's Homer 173, Ozymandias 173, Evening 173, On
His Blindness 174, What Boots the Quest 174, Lament for Glencairn 174,
Coronach 175, Human Frailty 175, Virtue 175, Westminster Bridge 176,
Love 176, Crossing the Bar 176, Milton 177, Bosom Sin 177, Never Again
177, Disappointment 178, Change 178, The Skylark 178, Solitude 179,
Wages 179, A Song from Arcadia 179, Edmund Burke 180, The World is
Too Much with us 180, A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea 180, Hand in
Hand 181, Our Lives Should Widen 181, Words 181, Take Joy Home 182. 172

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