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English Poetry. Last Poems

  1. Invitation to Selborne (Gilbert White)
  2. A Harvest Scene (Gilbert White)
  3. Prayer (Bessie Rayner Parkes)
  4. Lines Written at Spithead (George Croly)
  5. On Lord Cobhams Gardens (Nathaniel Cotton)
  6. Monody Written near Stratford-upon-Avon (Thomas Warton)
  7. Psalm 58 (Mary Sidney)
  8. Brook of Sanguinetto, near the Lake of Thrasymene (John Kenyon)
  9. The Grotto (Matthew Green)
  10. St. Laurence (Bessie Rayner Parkes)
  11. Greek Religion (Richard Monckton Milnes)
  12. The Subterranean River, At Cong (Richard Monckton Milnes)
  13. Delos (Richard Monckton Milnes)
  14. Pelasgian and Cyclopean Walls (Richard Monckton Milnes)
  15. The Wiltshire Cairn (George Walter Thornbury)
  16. The Greenwood Shrift (Caroline Anne Southey)
  17. The Genius of Death (George Croly)
  18. Win-Hill (Ebenezer Elliott)
  19. Nelsons Pillar (George Croly)
  20. Lines Written on a Survey of the Heavens in the Morning before Daybreak (Henry Kirke White)
  21. Blenheim (Francis Turner Palgrave)
  22. An Honest Yorkshireman (Henry Carey)
  23. She Came and Went (James Russell Lowell)
  24. Serepta Mason (Edgar Lee Masters)
  25. Ollie McGee (Edgar Lee Masters)
  26. Epigrams. The Third Booke. 40. Of wisedome, in speech, in action in reality, and reputation (Thomas Urquhart)
  27. Epigrams. The Third Booke. 21. To one, who did confide too much in the sound temperament, and goodly constitution of his bodily complexion (Thomas Urquhart)
  28. Epigrams. The Third Booke. 9. That a courtesie ought to be conferred soone, and with a good will (Thomas Urquhart)
  29. Epigrams. The Third Booke. 2. That no man, to speake properly, liveth, but he, that is Wise, and vertuous (Thomas Urquhart)
  30. Epigrams. The Second Booke. 18. That we ought not to be sorie at the losse of worldly goods (Thomas Urquhart)
  31. Epigrams. The First Booke. 38. How Fortune oftentimes most praeposterously pond'ring the aections of men, with a great deale of injustice bestoweth her favours (Thomas Urquhart)
  32. Epigrams. The Third Booke. 26. The vertuous speech of a diseased man, most patient in his sicknesse (Thomas Urquhart)
  33. Epigrams. The Third Booke. 37. The advantages of Povertie (Thomas Urquhart)
  34. Judson Stoddard (Edgar Lee Masters)
  35. Willard Fluke (Edgar Lee Masters)
  36. Wendell P. Bloyd (Edgar Lee Masters)
  37. Many Soldiers (Edgar Lee Masters)
  38. Ernest Hyde (Edgar Lee Masters)
  39. Seth Compton (Edgar Lee Masters)
  40. Sersmith the Dentist (Edgar Lee Masters)
  41. Justice Arnett (Edgar Lee Masters)
  42. Minerva Jones (Edgar Lee Masters)
  43. Willie Pennington (Edgar Lee Masters)
  44. Reuben Pantier (Edgar Lee Masters)
  45. Mrs. Kessler (Edgar Lee Masters)
  46. Voltaire Johnson (Edgar Lee Masters)
  47. William H. Herndon (Edgar Lee Masters)
  48. The Circuit Judge (Edgar Lee Masters)
  49. Hare Drummer (Edgar Lee Masters)
  50. Mrs. Benjamin Painter (Edgar Lee Masters)


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