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Why fear to-morrow, timid heart.
Why have the mighty lived-why have they died.
Why, having won her, do I woo.....
Why I tie about thy wrist..
Why, if 'tis dancing you would be..
Why there in the least touch of her hands
Why, lovely charmer, tell me why.
Why, Phoebe, are you come so soon
Why so pale and wan, fond lover..
“Why weep ye by the tide, ladie”.
Why, why repine, my pensive friend.
“Why, William, on that old gray stone"
Widow Machree, it's no wonder you frown.
“Will you take a walk with me
“Will you walk a little faster?" said a whiting to a snail..
“Will you walk into my parlor?” said the Spider to the Fly.
“Willy's rare, and Willy's fair”.
Wilt Thou forgive that sin where I begun..
Wind of the North. ...
With my will, but much against my heart.
With an honest old friend and a merry old song.
With blackest moss the flower-pots..
With breath of thyme and bees that hum.
With death doomed to grapple.
With deep affection and recollection.
With fingers weary and worn..
With fore-cloth smoothed by careful hands.
With how sad steps, O Moon, thou climb'st the skies.
With leaden foot Time creeps along..
With lifted feet, hands still. .
With little here to do or see.
With pensive eyes the little room I view.
With pipe and flute the rustic Pan.
With rakish eye and plenished crop.
With ships the sea was sprinkled far and nigh.
With strawberries we filled a tray...
Within his sober realm of leafless trees
Within the mind strong fancies work..
Within what weeks the melilot.
Woman! experience might have told me.
Women there are on earth, most sweet and high.
Woodman, spare that tree.
Word was brought to the Danish King.
Worn with the battle of Stamford town.
Would that the structure brave, the manifold music I build,
Would Wisdom for herself be wooed.
Would you be young again.
Wouldst thou hear what man can say.
Wreathe no more lilies in my hair.
Wreathe the bowl...
Wrong not, sweet empress of my heart.
Wynken, Blynken, and Nod one night.

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Ye have been fresh and green.

1391
“Ye have robbed,” said he, "ye have slaughtered and made an
end”.

2711
Ye Highlands and ye Lawlands.

2204
Ye learned sisters, which have oftentimes.

1149
Ye little birds, that sit and sing..

576
Ye mariners of England.

2161
Ye Nymphs! if e'er your eyes were red

1756
Ye say, they all have passed away.

2473
Ye sons of freedom, wake to glory.

2199
Yea, she hath passed hereby, and blessed the sheaves.

1338
Years, many parti-colored years..

387
Years, years ago, ere yet my dreams.

1660
“Yes," I answered you last night.

610
Yes; I write verses now and then.

1651
Yes: in the sea of life enisled..

946
Yes-"on our brows we feel the breath'

2252
Yes; when the ways oppose.

2954
Yesterday, Rebecca Mason.

94
Yet love, mere love, is beautiful indeed

I 241
Yet once more, O ye Laurels, and once more.

3297
Yon silvery billows breaking on the beach.

2922
Yonder in the heather there's a bed for sleeping.

1626
"You are old, Father William,” the young man cried.

385
"You are old, Father William," the young man said.

1859
You ask me “Why I like him.” Nay

2856
You beat your pate, and fancy wit will come .

1848
You bells in the steeple, ring, ring out your changes.

409
You bid me try, Blue Eyes, to write.

2925
You brave heroic minds.

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You, Damon, covet to possess.

523
You, Dinah! Come and set me whar de ribber-roads does meet. 1970
You found the green before the Spring was sweet.

3432
You know, we French stormed Ratisbon..

2382
You lay a wreathe on murdered Lincoln's bier.

3408
You may give over plow, boys. .

3314
You may talk o'gin an' beer.
You meaner beauties of the night.

907
You merry folk, be of good cheer.
You, Nebuchadnezzah, whoa, sah.

1072
You never bade me hope, 'tis true

609
You promise heavens free from strife.

1705
You sleep upon your mother's breast.
You smiled, you spoke, and I believed.

808
You spotted snakes with double tongue.

224
You take a town you cannot keep..

812
You tell me you're promised a lover..

1739
You were always a dreamer, Rose--red Rose.

1029
You Wi’yum, come 'ere, suh, dis minute. Wut dat you got under
dat box.

1973
You would have understood me, had you waited.
You'll love me yet!-and I can tarry.

615
Young Ben he was a nice young man.

2000
Young Rory O'More courted Kathleen Bawn.

727
Your eyes were made for laughter. .

715
Your ghost will walk, you lover of trees.

2507
Your hands lie open in the long fresh grass.
Youth hath many charms. ...

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Youth, thou art fled, --but where are all the charms.

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INDEX OF TITLES

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PAGE
A

PAGE Agincourt. Michael Draylon 2289

Agnes.
Abbot of Inisfalen, The,

1. F. Lyte 329
William Allingham 2649 “Ah, be not False” R. W. Gilder 335
Abide With Me". H. F. Lyte 3552 “Ah, how Sweet it is to Love"
Abou Ben Adhem. . Leigh Hunt 2855

John Dryden 469
Above Salerno....A. F. Murray 2512 “Ah, Sweet is Tipperary"
Abraham Lincoln. Tom Taylor 3408

D. F. McCarthy 2504
Absence.

Richard Jago 922 “A-Hunting We Will Go".
Absent, Yet Present

Henry Fielding 1613
Bulwer Lytton 955 Air,“I ne'er could any luster see”
Abt Vogler ..... Robert Browning 2949

R. B. Sheridan 805
Accident in Art, Richard Hovey 2926 Airly Beacon...Charles Kingsley 1922
Across the Fields to Anne

Aladdin

J. R. Lowell 343
Richard Burton 773 Alarmed Skipper, The
Ad Chloen, M. A.,

J. T. Fields 2078
Mortimer Collins 183: Alexander's Feast, John Dryden 2928
Ad Domnulam Suam

"Alexis, Here She Stayed”
Ernest Dowson 977

William Drummond 1216
Ad Ministram.. .Thackeray 1919

Alice Brand. Walter Scott 2622
Adam, Lilith, and Eve

Alice Fell... William Wordsworth 276
Robert Browning 826 All is Vanity. Philip Rosseler 2730
Address to a Mummy

All Saints'. Edmund Yates 1800
Horace Smith 2048 Allah's Tent. Arthur Colton 3494
Address to the Unco Guid, or the Allan Water, M. G. Lewis 1024
Rigidly Righteous

Allen-a-Dale. Walter Scott 757
Robert Burns 1801 "All's Well” W. A. Buller 3510
Adieu.. Thomas Carlyle 934 Almond Blossom. . Edwin Arnold 1417
Admiral Hosier's Ghost

Alone by the Hearth... Arnold 444
Richard Glover 2348 Along the Field as we Came
Adonais, "I weep for Adonais- by" .... E. IIousman 837
he is dead”.

Shelley 3377 Alphabet, The...C. S. Calicrley 1981
Adonais, "Shall we meet no more,

Amantium Iræ, "In going to my
my love, at the binding of the naked bed, as one that would

sheaves" W. W. Ilarney 894 have slept"..Richard Edwards 2883
Advice.

.W. S. Landor 1652 Amantium Ir:e, "When this, our
Advice to a Girl. Campion 782 rose, is faded. . Ernest Dowson 638
Advice to a Lover, “Oh, if you Amarillis.. Thomas Campioni 506
love her

S. C. Jellicoe 1137 Amaturus, William Johnson-Cory 481
Advice to a Lover, "The sea hath America, 'My country, 'tis of
many thousand sands"

thee

.S. F. Smith 2123
Unknown 467 America, Nor force nor fraud
Ae Fond Kiss"... Robert Burns 925 shall sunder us," Sydney Dobell 2153
"Afar in the Desert,”... Pringle 1621 America to Great Britain, Allston 2151
Affaire d'Amour...M. W. Deland 1030 American Flag, The, J. R. Drake 2125
Afoot.

C. G. D. Roberts 1634 Amid Change, Unchanging
Aster, “A little time for laugh-

Dora Greenwell 2909
P. B. Marston 878 Amoret. Mark A kenside 519
After, "Oh, the littles that re- Amoretti, Sonnets III, VIII,
main

.L. W. Reese 1099 XXIV, XXXIV, LV, LXVIII,
After Death in Arabia ....Arnold 3354 LXX, LXXV, LXXIX
After Dilletante Concetti. . Traill 1876

Edmund Spenser 1196
After many Years..H.C. Kendall 434 Amynta..

Gilbert Elliot 595
After Summer....P. B. Marston 879 "And Thou Art Dead”. Byron 3308
After Wings. .S. M. B. Piatt Andrea del Sarto, Browning 817
Afterward E. S. P. Ward 3290 André's Ride. ..A. I. Beesly 2715
Afterwards.

Violet Fane 3256 Andromeda. J. J. Roche 2181
Against Indifference Webbe

593 Angel in the House, The, Pre-
Agatha
Alfred Austin 028

ludes from... Coventry Patmore 370
Age..

William Winter 406 Angels, The, William Drummond
Age of Wisdom, The...Thackeray 816 Angelus, The.......F. E. Coates 3412

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Anger...Charles and Mary Lamb 107 Aucassin and Nicolete
Angler, The..... .John Chalkhill 1617

F.W. Bourdillor 1706
Angler's Invitation, The, Stoddari 1615 Auf Wiedersehen...J. R. Lowell 970
Angler's Wish, The, Isaac Walton 1616 Auld Daddy Darkness
Annabel Lee.
.E. A. Poe 1077

James Ferguson 67
Annan Water. Unknown 1036 Auld House, The
Annie Laurie... William Douglas 532

Carolina Nairne 3036
Annuity, The. .George Outram 2004 Auld Lang Syne..., Robert Burns 2807
Answer to a Child's Question

Auld Robin Gray, Anne Barnard 989
S. T. Coleridge 133 Autumn.. Emily Dickinsos 1337
Ant and the Cricket, The

Autumn: a Dirge...Þ.B. Shelley 1336

Unknown IIO Autumn Garden, An
Antony to Cleopatra, W. H. Lytle 2274

Bliss Carman 1403
Apollo's Song from "Midas” Lyly 500 Autumn Tints... Mathilde Blind 1337
April Adoration, An Roberts 1310 Aux Italiens..... Bulwer Lyllos 869
April Rain, “It is not raining Ave Atque Vale, "Farewell, my

rain for me". Robert Loveman 1394 Youth! for now we needs must
April Rain, "The April rain, the

part".

R. M. Watson 339
April rain" Mathilde Blind 1395 Ave Atque Vale, “You found the
“Are the Children at Home"

green before the Spring was
Margaret Sangster 297 sweet T. S. Jones, J1. 3432
Are They not all Ministering Ave Imperatrix. ....Oscar Wilde 2172

Spirits.. R. S. Hawker 609 “Awake! Awake!" John Ruskin 2868
Are Women Fair". Davison 1834 "Awake, My Heart".... Bridges 489
Arethusa.

P. B. Shelley 1374
Argument of His Book, The

B
Robert Herrick 2921
Armada, The, T. B. Macaulay 2298 Babes in the Wood, The, "My
"Around the Child”

dear, do you know," Unknoan
W. S. Landor 342

Babes in the Wood, The, "Now
Arrow and the Song, The

ponder well, you parents dear"
H. W. Longfelow 2791

Unkno 179
Ars Victrix.. Austin Dobson 2954 Babie, The. J. E. Rankin 17
Art... Théophile Gautier 3592 Baby.

George Macdonald 4
"As I Came Down from Leba- Baby at Play

Unach 54
non

Clinton Scollard 2531 Baby Bell.. T. B. Alrich 26
“As I Laye a-Thynkynge"

Baby-land. George Cooper 53
R. H. Barham 3161 Baby May.

W. C. Bennett 8
“As Like the Woman as You

Baby Seed Song.... Edith Nesbil 127
W. E. Henley 1832 " Baby Sleeps . Samuel Hinds
Ashes of Roses. E. G. Eastman

903 Babylon..

Viola Taylor 430
Ashore.

Laurence llope 896 Bacchanalian Song, A.... Préder 1938
Ask and Have. Samuel Loter

728 Bacchus, R. W. Emerçom 2824
"Ask Me no More Tennyson 855 Bachelor's Hall....John Finley 1004
Asleep

William Winter 1101 Bailiti's Daughter of Islington,
Aspatia's Song from "The Maid's

The.

Unknote 2011
Tragedy John Fletcher 1038 Baker's Duzzen uv Wize Sawz, A
Aspects of the Pines, P. H. Hayne 1356

E. R. Sill 1817
Astrophel and Stella, Sonnets I, Ballad, “He said: "The shadows
XXXI, XXXIX. LXII, LXIV,

darken down'"..May Kendall 1060
LXXIII, CIII, CVII

Balad, “In the summer even
Philip Sidney 1199

H. P. Spofford 1575
At a Solemn Music, John Milton 2939 Ballad, “Sigh on, sad heart, for
At First
..A. T. Jones 3258

love's eclipse". Thomas Hond 606
At Gibraltar ...G. E. Woodberry 2157 Ballad, “The auld wife sat at her
At Her Window

ivied door"....C. S. Calderley 1873
Frederick Locker-Lampson 682 Ballad, “ 'Twas when the seas
At Home in Heaven

kere roaring”. Joks Gay 1038
James Montgomery 3456 Ballad Made in Hot Weather
At Last.
.R. H. Stoddard 1181

W. E. Llenley 1907
At Night Alice Meynell 652 Ballad of Bouillabaise, The
At Parting .A. C. Swinburne 058

W. M. Thackeray 1668
At Perivale.
A. J. Munby 1277

Ballad of Cassandra Brown, The
At the Church Gate, Thackeray 764

H. G. Cone 1840
At the Comedy, Arthur Stringer 906 Ballad of Dead Ladies, A
At the Last
.P. B. Marston 1225

J. H. McCartky 1726
"At the Mid Hour of Night"

Ballad of Dead Ladies, The
Thomas Moore 1051

D. G. Rossetti 1724
At the Sign of the Jolly Jack

Ballad of Dreamland, A
Geoffrey Smith

4. C. Swinburne 483
At the Top of the Road

Ballad of Earl Haldan's Daughter
C. B. Going 3349

Chorles Kingsley 773

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