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OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.

Selected

BY

John W. Gregg,

BACHELOR OP LAWS;
SENIOR MODERATOR AND GOLD MEDALLIST,

TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN ;
CHAPLAIN OF GREYSTONES, CO. WICKLOW.

DUBLIN.

1863.

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Tennyson

1
Caroline Fry

4
Kingsley

6
Hawke

9
Wayside Verses

10
Cunningham
Moore

12
Praed

13
Anon

20
Lays from English History 24
Hunt

29
Gould

30
Shelley

31
Cornhill

35
Household Words

37
Annie White

40
Anon

41
Anon

42
Hervey

44
Bird

45
Pierpont

46
Mrs. Norton

48
Mrs. Hemans..

51

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Break, Break, Break
Barren Rock
Three Fishers
Tintagel Bells
Flowers of Ocean
Sea Birds' Home
Wet Sheet and Flowing Sca
I saw from the Beach
Red Fisherman
Owl
De Courcy
Abou, and the Angel
Snow Flake
Sensitive Plant
Sent to Heaven
Work Away
All Things are changing
Joys Gone By
Bring Back My Flowers
I am All Alone
Woman's Love
Passing Away
The Child of Earth
Lady of Provence
Battle Scene (from Lady of the

Lake)
Pibroch
Coronach
Battle of the League
Mary Queen of Scotts
D'Assas
Soldier's Funeral
Captive Knight
If Thou hast Crushed a Flower
Keeldar
Nora's Vow
Hunting Song
From the Giaour

Christabel
Mountain Daisy

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Sir Walter Scott

Macauly
Bell
Mrs. Hemans..
L. E. L.
Mrs. Hemans.

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Sir W. Scott

Lord Byron
Coleridge
Burns

Song of the Shirt

Hood
Psalm of Life

Longfellow
Extracts

Wordsworth, Hafig, &c.
Farewell ( Unpublished before). Mrs. Southey
Last Man

Campbell
What is that, Mother?

Doane
Who Loves Me Best ?

M. A. Browne
The Better Land

Mrs. Hemans..
Airsmoss

Hislop
Pilgrim Fathers

Pierpont
Cross in the Wilderness

Mrs. Hemans..
Butterfly

Mrs. Sigourney
'Tis Hard to Die

Anon
He Giveth His Beloved Sleep E. B. Browning
Flowers and Fruit

Anon
Extracts

Cowper, &c.
Prayer

Montgomery
Balak and Balaam

Anon
The Crucifixion

Dale
Sandal Tree

Edmeston
Gone to the Grave

Heber
Land which no Mortal may Know Bernard Barton
Presumption Reproved

Anon
Last Christian

Anon
Forget Me Not

Anon
Earth and Heaven

Richardson
Christian Warfare

Charlotte Elizabeth
Martyr's Crest

Edmeston
The Two Deaths
Messages to the Dead

Mrs. Hemans::
Wherefore I Praised the Dead.. Anon
Two Voices

Mrs. Hemans

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Break, break, break,

On thy cold grey stones, O sea !
And I would that my tongue could utter

The thoughts that arise in me.

O well for the fisherman's boy,

That he shouts with his sister at play! O well for the sailor lad,

That he sings in his boat on the bay!

And the stately ships go on,

To their haven under the hill;
But O for the touch of a vanish'd hand,

And the sound of a voice that is still !

Break, break, break,

At the foot of thy crags, O sea!
But the tender grace of a day that is dead,

Will never come back to me.

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