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Fair Daffodils, we weer to see
30 | How many days with mute adien...

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Fair pledges of a fruitful tree.
31 How near to good is what is fair!.

19
Farewell rewards and fairies!..

20 How soon hath Time, the subtle thief of
Farewell! since never more for thee... 340 youth

39
Farewell to Lochaber, farewell to my Jean 49 How sweet it was to breathe that cooler
Father, I know that all my life..
216 air

87
Father of all ! in every age

48 How sweet it were, if without feeble fright 144
Father, thy paternal care....

146 How sweet the harmonies of alternoon!
Father! thy wonders do not singly stand. 170 How vainly men themselves amaze ....... 3+
Fear no more the heat o' the sun...

10
Fly to the desert, fly with me............. 123 I am content, I do not care.

51
For a foot that will not come..

316 I am old and blind !
Forever with the Lord !...

135 I climb the hill: from end to eud..
Fresh glives the brook and blows the gale. 174 I, country-born an' bred, know where to
From gold to gray.

216 find
From barmony, from heavenly harniony 45 I do confess thou 'rt sinooth and fair..
From his home in an Easteru bungalow.... 321 I do not own an inch of land..
From Oberon, in fairy-land.
21 I dwell in grace's courts..

10
From Stirling Castle we had seen
101 If all the world and love were young

5
From the recesses of a lowly spirit. 146 If aught of oaten stop or pastoral song..
Full fathom five thy father lies...... 16 I feel a newer life in every gale

155
If he had come in the early dawn..

339
Give! as the morning that flows out of I fill this cup to one made up of loveliness
heaven...
259 alone

16.5
Give me my scallop-shell of quiet.;

5 If love were what the rose is..
Give us a song ! the soldiers cried. 203 I found a fellow-worker when I deemed I
Go, call for the mourners, and raise the toiled alone..

337
lament .......

89 If stores of dry and learned lore we gain
God makes sech nichts, all white an' still. 225 If thou wert by my side, my love ..

143
God moves in a mysterious way.

If with light head erect I sing
God of the earth's extended pains !

102 I have been out to-day in field and woul.. 256
God sets some souls in shade, alone..

277 I have fancied sometimes, the old Lethel-
Go forth in life, O friend ! not seeking love 259

bent beam.......

304
Go, son, the body's guest...

I have had playinates, I have had compan-
Grandmother's mother; her age, I guess.. 219

190
Grow old along with me!.....

204 I hear it often in the dark
I knew a Princess : she was old.

303
Had I a heart for falsehood framed

79 I know not how to confort thee
Hail, beauteous stranger of the grove ! 75 I know not if or dark or bright

119
Hail to thee, blithe spirit.....
127 I know not that the men of old

150
Hark! hark! the lark'at heaven's gate sings 16 I know not what shall befall me..

307
Hast thou a charm to stay the morning I like a church, I like a cowl......

900
star ......

109 I loved bim not; and yet, now he is gone. 131
Have you heard of the wonderful one-hoss I loved to hear the war-horn cry

168
shay........

221 I love to wander through the woodlands
Heap on more wood ! - the wind is chill.. 107 hoary

903
Hear the slelges with the bells...
202 I'm sitting on the stile, Mary

103
Heigh-ho! daisies and buttercups!... 282 I'm wearin' awa', Jean..,
He is gone on the mountain

106

In Athens, when all learning centred there 328
He kept his honesty and truth
165 In a valley, centuries ago. .

318
He meets, by heavenly chance express.... 233 I never loved ambitiously to climb.

19
Her car, far whiter than the driven snow. 59 In lowly dale, fast by a river's side

51
Her hands are cold; her face is white.. 223 In summer, when the days were long.. 183
He said, “ ( brother, where's the use of In the still air the music lies unheard.... 247
climbing ?"
294 in the summer twilight...

313
He's gane, he's gane! he's frae us torn .. 84 In this sad hour, so still, so late
He sleeps not here; in hope and prayer... 221 Into a city street

307
He's now upon the spectre's back...... 186 In winter, when the rain rained cauld.
He that loves a rosy cheek....

25 ! plucked the harebells as I went...... 337
He that of such a height hath built bis I said to Sorrow's awful storm.

148
mind ..

14 I saw a inan, by some accounted wise.. 3:1
Hie upon IIiclands.
76 I saw two clouds at morning

130
High hopes that burned like stars sublime 212 I say to thee, do thou repeat.
lligh walls and huge the body may confine 188 I sought thee round about, O thou my God 20
His echoing axe the settler swung
234 Is there a whim-inspired fool...

83
Hither thou com'st. The busy wind all Is this a fast, to keep..

31
night.. ....
32 It chaneeth once to every soul.

S00
How are thy servants blest, O Lord !... 47 It fell about the Martininas
How beautiful it was, that one bright day. 211 It fell about the Martiniuas time.
How dear to this heart are the scenes of I thought of thee, my partner and my guide 103
iny childhood.......

147 It is a place where poets crowned may feel
Howe'er the wheels of Time go round ..... 262 the beart's decaying..
How fresh, O Lord, how sweet and clean.. 31 It is done!....

216
How happy is he born and taught
13 It is not growing like a tree.

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It lies around us like a cloud .

248 No stir in the air, no stir in the sea........ 117
It stands in a sunny meadow

290 No: a drum was heard, not a funeral note. 152
It was a friar of orders gray

67 No! Time, thou shalt not boast that I do
It was the winter wild....
35 change...

18
I've heard them lilting at our ewe-milking 88 Not in the world of light alone..

219
I've wandered east, I 've wandered west .. 159 Not often to the parting soul..

235
I wandered by the brookside

130 Not ours the vows of such as plight.. 144
I wandlereel lonely as a cloud

99 Not yet, the flowers are in my path.

.... 25+
I was thy neiglıbor once, thou rugued pile! 101
I worship thee, sweet Will of God!....... O Artist, range not over-wide..

266
I would be really, Lord
321 0, ask not, hope thou not, too much.

15+
I would have gone ; God bude me stay .... 272 O'blithe new-comer! I have heard... 100
I would not live alway: I ask not to stay. 162 O blushing flowers of krumley !

O fair and stately maid, whose eyes.. 1999
Jesus, lover of my soul..
58 Of a' the airts the wind can blaw

82
John Davidson and Tib his wife

78 of all amusements for the mind...
Judge not; the workings of his brain 278 Of all the thoughts of God that are........ 190
Just for a handful of silver he left 118...... 207 Oft has it been my lot to mark..

6+
Just where the Treasury's marble front ... 285 Of them who, rapt in earth so cold

73

Of this fair volume which we World do
Laid in my qniet bed.....
3 name....

12
Late to our town there came a maid 269 O happiness ! our being's end and aim ..... 48
Launch thy hark, mariner!..
148 | O happy, happy maid

237
Lest men suspect your tale untrue.. 500, heard ye yon pibroch sound sad in the
Let me not to the marriage of true minds.. 13 gale

138
Let Taylor preach, upon a moruing breezy 160 0, I hae come from far away.

329
Let us go, lassie, go.....
89 0, it is hard to work for God

239
Life! I know not what thon art
75 O Laily, leave thy silken thread

101
Life may be given in many ways.

228 0, Lady Mary Ann louked o'er the castle
Like some vision olden.

253 wa'.....
Like to the falling of a star..
27 O Land, of every land the best

257
Listen, my children, and you shall hear ... 207 Olassie ayont the hill !...

270
Little thinks, in the field, you red-cloaked Old Tubai Cain was a man of might.

213
clown
200 O Love Divine, of all that is

303
Lo, here is God, and there is God!....... 242 O lull me, lull me, charming air.

26
Long years ago I wandered here

333 O Mary, at thy window be!
Lo! o'er the earth the kindling spirits pour 90 O Mary, go and call the cattle hoine.

249
Looking seaward, o'er the sand-hills stands O may I join the choir invisible..

213
the fortress, old and quaint
299 Once, in the flight of ages past..

135
Lorl! call thy pallid angel ...
143 Once this soft turf, this rivulet's sanda...

189
Lord, it belongs not to my care..
39 One day, nigh weary of the irksome way ..

8
Live divine, all other love excelling... 53

One day to Helbeck I had strolled

118
Love, when all these years are silent, van One sweetly welcome thought
ished quite and laid to rest ....

312 One word is too often profaned.
On thy fair bosom, silver lake ...

155
Maiden! with the ineek, brown eyes... 209

Open the temple-gates unto my love...

8
Make me no vows of constancy, dear friend 251 O Saviour! whose merry, severe in its kind-
Methinks it is good to be here...
93 ness.....

178
Mil pleasures and palaces though we may O, sing into my roundelay!

79
153 () stream descending to the sea.

213
Midwinter comes to-morrow

320 O, sweet and fair! (), rich and rare! 274
Mild offspring of a dark and sullen sire!... 92 O that those lips had language! Life has
Mine be a cot beside the hill..

81 passed...
Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming O thou, great Friend to all the sons of men 239
of the Lord...

936 O thon who try'st the mourner's tear! 12
Mont Blanc is the inonarch of mountains.. 126 (, timely happy, timely wise

177
More than the soul of ancient song is given 263 O iseen Spirit ! now a calm divine 175
My child is lying on my knees.

270 Our Mary liket weel to stray
My days among the deal are passed
117 Out of the clover and blue-eyedi grass..

316
My dear and only love, I pray,
28 Out upon the unknown deep

230
My hawk is tired of perch and hood 105 Over hill, over dale
My life is like the summer rose
132 Over the mountains..

19
My mind to me a kingilom is

15 Over the mountain wave, see where they
My sins and follies, Lord! by thee... 33 come

168
Mysterious night! when our first parent Over the river they beckon to me

277
knew

89 0, waly, waly up the bank...
0), weel may the boatie row..

77
Nearer, my God, to thee...
245 o, what will a'the lads do

121
Xever, surely, was holier man

2:26 0,why should the spirit of mortal be proud ? 149
Next to these ladies, but in naught allied . O yet we trust that somehow good... 197
Night seems troubles and scarre asleep ... 314 0, young Lochinvar is come out of the
Noahhey's gloom, norark cathedral stoops 235

104
No longer spread the sail!.

202
Xo inistress of the hidden skill

153' Pack clouds away, and welcome day ....... 26

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Pause not to dream of the future before us 175 The birds must know. Who wisely sings. 995
Pipe, little minstrels of the waning year... 297 The conference-meeting through at last ... 25
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire.

136 The curfew tolls the knell of parting day..
Put the broidery-frame away......

191 The curtains were half drawn, the foor

was swept
Quieen, and huntress, chaste and fair......

18

The day is ended. Ere I sink to sleep
Quiet from God! It cometh not to still .. 244

The day was dark, save when the beam
The fairest action of our human life.

13

The frugal snail, with forecast of repose.
Remember us poor Mayers all!
20

199

The glories of our blood and state...
Ring sing! ring, sing ! pleasant Sabbath

The golden sea its mirror spreads.
bells!...

284 The gowan glitters on the sward..

The grass hung wet on Rydal banks.
Saith the white owl to the martin folk 314 The island lies nine leagues away
See, from this counterfeit of him...

231 The Jackdaw sat on the Cardinal's chair... 150
Send down thy winged angel, God ! 179 The Jester shook his head and bells, and
Serene, I fold iny hands and wait... 327 leaped upon a chair
Shall I tell you whom I love?.

25 The leaves have fallen from the trees.
She doth teil me where to borrow.

34 The list is high and blue...
" She is dead!" they said to him. Come The Lord descended from above
away".

317 | The Lord my pasture shall prepare
She's gane to dwall in heaven, my lassie 145 The melancholy days are come, the saddest
She siniles and smiles, and will not sigu... 266

of the year....
She stood alone amidst the April fields... 291 The midges dance aboon the burn
She stood breast high amid the corn ...... 161 The music-lesson of koung-tseu the wise.. 31
She stood in the barvest-field at noon..... 271 The night is come; like to the day....
She walks in beauty, like the night 125 The night was dark, though sometimes a
She was a phantom of delight.

100
faint star....

3:23
She wearies with an ill unknown.

232 The night was made for cooling shade..
Silent nymph, with curious eyel..

54

The old mayor climbed the belfry tower
Sitting all day in a silver mist

3:27 The perfect sight of duty; thought which
Slave of the dark and dirty mine!.

90 moulds
Slayer of winter, art thou here again ?. 297 The pilgrim and stranger, who, through the
Sleep on, my love, in thy cold bed

28 day..
Sleep, sleep to-day, torinenting cares 74 The rain has ceased, and in my mom.
Slowly, by God's land unfurled...

200 The rain is o'er. How dense and bright .. 147
Snow was glistening on the mountains, but There are gains for all our losses..
the air was that of June...

230 There are in this loud stunning tide. 178
So sweet, so sweet the roses in their blow. There is a land of pure delight...

291 There is no flock, however watched and
Spring, with that nameless pathos in the tended

210
air

311 There is not in this wide world a valley so
St. Agnes' Eve,- ah, bitter chill it was! .. 129 sweet.....

124
Steer hither, steer your wingeid pines.. 25 There the most dainty paradise on ground.
Stern daughter of the voice of Gol! 102 There was a time when meadow, grore, and
Still sits the school-house by the road 215 stream

97
Still to be neat, still to be drest..
19 There was once a gentle time.

91
Strike the loved harp; let the prelude be., 339 The rich man's son inherits lands.
Success hail made him more than hing.... 313 The salt wind blows upon my cheek,
Sure, to the mansions of the blest.. 137 The sea is calling, calling.
Sweet Day, so cool, so calm, so bright .... 31 The seas are quiet wlien the winds give c'er 40
Sweetest of all childlike dreams

215 These, as they change, Almighty Father,
Sweet is the scene when virtue dies !......

these..
Sweet-scented flower! who'rt wont to These withered hands are weak.

313
Woom ....
99 The shadows lay along Brnadway

17:
Sweet-voiced Hope, thy fine discourse 241 The sky is thick upon the sea.
Sweet was the sound, when oft, at even The solemn wood had spread..
ing's close.

65 The sparrow sits and sings, and sings.
Sweet wind, fair wind, where have you The splendor falls on castle walls
been ?.....

337 The sun is warm, the sky is clear

The thoughts are strange that crowd into
Tell me not, in mournful numbers ...... 209 my brain .....

135
Tell ine not, sweet, I am unkind.... 30 The time so tranquil is and clear..

10
Ten years ! --- and to my waking eye
265 The tree of deepest root is found.

73
That house's form within was rude and The weather-leech of the topsail shivers. SI!
strong
9 The western waves of ebbing day.

105
That reval soul I reverence, in whose eyes. 241 The wild November comes at last.
That time of year thou mayst in me be ! The wind ahead, the billows high.
hold...

17. The winds that once the Argo bore
The Assyrian came down like the wolf on The wind was whispering to the vines. .... $ 5
the foll.
125 The word of the Lord by night...

201
The bard has sung, God never forined a The world is too much with us : late and
soul,
154 soon...

103
The birds, when winter shades the sky.... 105 They are all gone into the world of light .. 53

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INDEX OF FIRST LINES.

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293

They gave the whole long day to idle What! our petitions spurned! The prayer 158
laighter....

303 What was he doing, the great god Pan .... 193
They sat avid combed their beautiful hair.. 292 When all is done and said.

3
They that have power to hurt and will do When coldness wrap's this suffering clay 126
none
17 Whene'er a noble deed is wrought

211
Thine eyes still shone for me, though far.. 200 When Freedom from hier mountain height. 156
Think me not unkind and rude..
199 When God at first made man

32
This is the ship of pearl, which, poets fain 223

When I consider how my light is spent ... 39
This inorning, timely rapt with holy tire. .. 19 When I have said my quiet say...

273
This only grant me, that my means may lie 40 When in disgrace with fortune and men's
Thou art, O God! the life and light... 124 eyes. ...

17
Thon blossom bright with autumin dew ... 189 When Israel, of the Lord beloved

107
Thou Grace Divine, encircling all.
245 When love with unconfined wings

30
Thought is deeper than all speech
23+ When maidens such as Hester die

120
Thou hast sworn by thy Goui, my Jeanie .. 145 When marshalled on the nightly plain..... 93
Thou lingering star, with lessening ray.... 83

Wheu on my car your loss was knelled.... 2:29
Thou singest by the gleaming isles.

When the grass shall cover me...

273
Thou, who dielst stop below..

325 When the sheep are in the fauld, and the
Three fishers went sailing out into the west 249 kye come hame ...

85
Three Poets, in three distant ages bom ... When to the sessions of sweet silent thought 17
Threescore o' nobles rade np the king's ha' 78 Where does Circumstance end, and Provi-
Three years she grew in sun and shower .. 100 dence, where begins it?

243
'Thrice happy she that is so well assurel... 7 Where honor or where conscience does not
Thy banks were bonnie. Yarrow stream... 75 bind..

41
Tiger! Tiger! burning bright

85 Where the bee sucks, there lurk I...... 10
Till the slow daylight pale.

272 Where the Great Lake's sun smiles ..... 212
'T is a story told by Kalilasa
33+ Where the remote Bermudas ride

35
"T is the middle of night by the castle clock 110 Whether on Ida's shady brow..

SC
To fair Fidele's grassy tomb

While sauntering through the crowded
To him who in the love of Nature holds... 187 street..

309
Toll for the brave!.....

09 Whilst Thee I seek, proterting Power..... 136
Too late I stayed, forgive the crime
89 Whither, midst falling dew

197
Touch us gently, Time!
179 Whoe'er she be..

29
"T was when the wan leai frae the birk Who knoweth life but questions death.... 276
tree was fa'in ......

182 Why should I, with a mournful, morbid
Twelve years are gone since Matthew Lee. 185 spüleen...

303
Two dark-eyed maids, at shut of day...... 1:0 Why thus longing, thus forever sibling...
Two Wandering angels, Sleep and Death... 232 With blackest moss the flower-plots.

1.5
Two Worlds there are. To one our eyes we With deep affection

171
strain........
276 With fingers weary and worn

160

With how sad steps, O Moon ! thou climb'st
l'nder the greenwood-tree.

16

the skies ......
Unto the glory of thy Holy Name..

39 Within his sober realm o. leafless trees.... 279
Up on the breezy healland the fisherinan's Within tlie sulit forest
grave they made .......

334 Wouldst thou hear what man can say...... 19
l'pou the white sea-sand

Years, years ago, ere yet my dreams 103
Venemous thorns that are so sharp and keen 4 Ye banks and braes and streams around... S2

Ye distant spires, ye antique towers
Walking thus towarus a pleasant grove.... 29 Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewell

58
Was it the chime of a tiny bell..
157 Yo say they all have passed away.....

200
We are all here.

169 Yes, faith is a goodly anchor ..
We count the broken lyres that rest

220 You hnew, who knew not latrophel? ... 7
We left the city, street and senare... 335 You lay a wreath on murdered Lincoln's
We knew it would ratin, for all the morn... 283

324
What ails this heart o' mine!

You meaner beauties of the night.

13
What is it fades and tickers in the tire.... 275 You say, but with no touch of scorn. 197

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After Death

272 Bugle Song
Again....

274 Burial, After the...
Alpine Sheep, The..

2:29 Burns
Althea, To.

30 Bust of Dante, On a.....
All's well..

.241, 298
Ambition

168 Camp, The Song of the..
Amiens's Song..

16 Campanile de Pisa..
Ambrose

226 Cana
Anchor, The Forging of the.

170 Careless Content..
An Epistle to the Countess of Cumber " Castle of Indolence," From the
land, From..

14 Celinda
Angelic Ministry....

7 Chameleon, The
Angel in the House, An..

144 Charity.
Angel's Visit, An...

271 Chase. The.
Apology, The

199 Childe's Destiny, The...
Ariel's Song..

16 Choir, The Old-fashioned..
Artist, The

266 Christabel..
"A Tribute to a Servant, From..

235 Christmas Hymn..
At Sea. .....

287 Christmas-Time...
Auld Robin Gray.

85 Church Gate, at the
Autunn, A still Day in..

233 Climbing...
Avoca, The Vale of..

12+ Columbine, To the Painted.
A wet Sheet and a flowing Sea

114 Come to me, Dearest.
Azrael.....

313 Coming Ilome..

Commemoration Ode.
Ball, After the..

292 Companionship of the Muse
Ball, The Belle of the

163 Concha
Balquhither, The Braes o'.

89 Confucius, The Music-Lesson of.
Battle Field, The

189 Congress, To..
Battle Hymn of the Republic.

236 Content and Rich
Beltoril, On Lucy, Countess of..

19 Contentment.
Brzone Dull Care !..

20

Corn-Law Hymn.
Bells, The..

202 Coronach
Bermudas. The.

35 Coronation
Berne, The Terrace at..

265 Courtin', The...
Bertha

268 Cowper's Grave
Bertha in the Lane.

191 Crickets, The ..
Bethlehem, The Star of.

93 Cuckoo, To the...
Biusen on the Rhine..

173 Cupid grown careful.
Birch Stream.....

315 Cycle, A......
Bind. The..

32
Blakbird. The.

310 Daffodils, The.
Blinciness, On his

38 Daffodils. To...
Blossoms, To.....

31

Dance, The
Blue and the Gray, The

326 Dane, The Burial of the.
Bonnie George Campbell.

70 Dawn
Biston Hymn..

201 Deacon's Masterpiece, The
“ Bothie of Tober-Xavuolich," From the... 243 Dead, The
Bower of Bliss, The

9 Dead who have died in the Lord, The.
Break, break, break

196 Death and the Youth.
Brities of Quair. The Ballad of the

310

Death of Dr. Levett, On the
Bridge of Sighs, On the...

306 Death the Leveller..
Brookside. The....

180 Death, The Secret of
Brough Bells.

118 Death, Until
Bucket, The .....

147 | Dee, The Sands of..

331
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