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A treasury of the familiar

Author: Ralph Louis Woods
Publisher: New York : Grolier, ©1942.
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Genre/Form: Collections
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Louis Woods
OCLC Number: 3139804
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: 751 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Way of the world, the / Wheeler Wilcox (p. 1) --
These are the times that try men's souls / Thomas Paine (p. 1) --
Tree of liberty, the / Bertrand Barere (p. 2) --
'Tis the last rose of summer / Thomas Moore (p. 3) --
Antony's oration over Caesar's body / William Shakespeare (p. 3) --
Blind men and the elephant, the / John G. Saxe (p. 8) --
Lincoln's farewell to the citizens of Springfield, Illinois / Abraham Lincoln (p. 10) --
Creation, the / Old Testament-Genesis (p. 10) --
Lead, kindly light / John Henry Newman (p. 12) --
Sorrows of Werther / William Make- Peace Thackeray (p. 13) --
No truer word / Walter Savage Landor (p. 13) --
On reading and writing / Francis Bacon (p. 14) --
Plain language from truthful James / Bret Harte (p. 14) --
Where there's a will there's a way / Eliza Cook (p. 16) --
Arabian proverb / Anonymous (p. 17) --
Truth, the invincible / William Cullen Bryant (p. 17) --
When the hounds of spring / Algernon Charles Swinburne (p. 18) --
Wreck of the Hesperus, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 19) --
Ten commandments, the / Old Testament- Exodus (p. 22) --
I'll take you home again, Kathleen / Thomas P. Westendorf (p. 23) --
Little brown jug / Anonymous (p. 24) --
Balcony scene. The / William Shakespeare (p. 25) --
Time, you old gipsy man / Ralph Hodgson (p. 30) --
Socrates, on his condemnation to Death / Socrates (p. 31) --
God, give us men! / Josiah Gilbert Holland (p. 34) --
Lincoln reviews a book / Abraham Lincoln (p. 34) --
Lord gave, the / Old Testament- Job (p. 35) --
Preamble to the constitution / Anonymous (p. 35) --
Barbara Allen / Anonymous (p. 35) --
Beautiful snow, the / John Whittaker Watson (p. 36) --
Fox and the grapes, the / Aesop (p. 38) --
An honest man / Alexander Pope (p. 38) --
Day is done, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 39) --
Lucy / William Wordsworth (p. 40) --
Blow, thou winter wind / William Shakespeare (p. 40) --
Abou Ben Adhem / James Henry Leigh Hunt (p.41) --
As the twig is bent / Alexander Pope (p. 41) --
Godly and the ungodly, the / Old Testament- Psalm 1 (p. 42) --
Elegy written in a country churchyard / Thomas Gray (p. 42) --
Battle-hymn of the republic / Julia Ward Howe (p. 46) --
Hippocratic oath / Hippocrates (p. 46) --
Crooked footpath, the / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 47) --
Vanzetti to Judge Thayer / Bartolomeo Vanzetti (p. 48) --
Conquered banner, the / Abram Joseph Ryan (p. 49) --
O my luv's like a red, red rose / Robert Burns (p. 50). Faithless Nelly Gray / Thomas Hood (p. 51) --
Incident of the French camp / Robert Browning (p. 53) --
Hark, hark! the lark / William Shakespeare (p. 54) --
Concord hymn, the / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 54) --
From Greenland's icy mountains / Bishop Reginald Heber (p. 55) --
Heavens declare the glory of God, the / Old Testament- Psalm 19 (p. 56) --
Farewell address / George Washington (p. 56) --
Life's mirror / Madeline S. Bridges (p. 63) --
Sail on, 0 ship of state! / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 64) --
No more booze / Anonymous (p. 64) --
Visit from St. Nicholas, a / Clement C. Moore (p. 65) --
Glove and the lions, the / James Henry Leigh Hunt (p. 66) --
Lament for Imogen / William Shakespeare (p. 67) --
Intreat me not to leave thee / Old Testament- Ruth 1:16-17 (p. 68) --
Death of Socrates, the / Plato (p. 68) --
America the beautiful / Katharine Lee Bates (p.71) --
Lord is my shepherd, the / Old Testament- Psalms 23 (p. 72) --
Bivouac of the dead, the / Theodore O'Hara (p. 73) --
Little Annie Rooney / Michael Nolan (p. 74) --
Bannockburn / Robert Burns (p. 76) --
Little learning is a dangerous thing, a / Alexander Pope (p. 76) --
There was a little girl / Anonymous (p. 77) --
Home-thoughts, from abroad / Robert Browning (p. 78) --
Farewell to the old guard / Napoleon Bonaparte (p. 78) --
I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills / Old Testament-Psalms 121 (p. 79) --
Character of a happy life, the / Sir Henry Wotton (p. 79) --
Walrus and the carpenter, the / Lewis Carroll (p. 80) --
Mountains in labor, the / Aesop (p. 83) --
Three fishers, the / Charles Kingsley (p. 83) --
Song for a little house / Christopher Morley (p. 84) --
Song of the Chattahoochee / Sidney Lanier (p. 84) --
Flag goes by, the / Henry Holcomb Bennett (p. 86) --
Sands of Dee, the / Charles Kingsley (p. 87) --
Retribution / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 87) --
Coronation day sermon / Cardinal Mercier (p. 88) --
De Profundis / Old Testament-Psalm 130 (p. 93) --
Who is Sylvia? / William Shakespeare (p. 93) --
Stand to your glasses / Anonymous (p. 94) --
Man and his goose, the / Aesop (p. 95) --
Wise old owl, a / Edward Hersey Richards (p. 96) --
After visiting the tomb of Napoleon / Robert G. Ingersoll (p. 96) --
Invictus / William Ernest Henley (p. 97) --
Gunga Din / Rudyard Kipling (p. 97) --
Fourth estate, the / Thomas Carlyle (p. 99) --
Mary White / William Allen White (p. 100). Recessional / Isaac Watts (p. 103) --
Try, try again / Anonymous (p. 104) --
Happy is the man that findeth wisdom / Old Testament- proverbs 3:11-18 (p. 105) --
Lord Ullin's daughter / Thomas Campbell (p. 105) --
Jenny kiss'd me / James Henry Leigh Hunt (p. 107) --
Somebody's mother / Mary Dow Brine (p. 107) --
Character of the happy warrior / William Wordsworth (p. 109) --
Is there for honest poverty? / Robert Burns (p. 111) --
O! Susanna / Stephen Foster (p. 112) --
God bless us everyone / Charles Dickens (p. 113) --
Violet, the / Jane Taylor (p. 116) --
Where did you get that hat? / Joseph J. Sullivan (p. 117) --
A thing of beauty is a joy for ever / John Keats (p. 118) --
After Dunkirk / Winston- Churchill (p. 119) --
House by the side of the road, the / Sam Walter Foss (p. 119) --
Young and old / Charles Kingsley (p. 120) --
Tempest, the / James T. Fields (p. 121) --
Spartacus to the gladiators at Capua / E. Kellogg (p. 122) --
I had but fifty cents / Anonymous (p. 123) --
Remember now thy creator / Old Testament- Ecclesiastes 12 (p. 125) --
How do I love thee? / Elizabeth Barrett Browning (p. 126) --
Song of Marion's men / William Cullen Bryant (p. 126) --
Glorious whitewasher, the / Mark Twain (p. 128) --
Goodbye! / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 132) --
For lo, the winter is past / Old Testament- Song of Solomon 2:10-13 (p. 133) --
Mourning bride, the / William Congreve (p. 133) --
Eternal goodness, the / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 134) --
Portia's plea for mercy / William Shakespeare (p. 134) --
Flying trapeze, the / George Lebourne (p. 135) --
When lovely woman stoops to folly / Oliver Goldsmith (p. 136) --
I cannot sing the old songs / Anonymous (p. 137) --
Star-spangled banner, the / Francis Scott Key (p. 138) --
Sermon to the birds, St. Francis of Assisi (p. 139) --
Nearer home / Phoebe Cary (p. 139) --
Star, the / Jane Taylor (p. 140) --
Throw him down Mccloskey / John W. Kelly (p. 141) --
Mourning bride, the / William Congreve (p. 141) --
On the prospect of planting arts and learning in America / George Berkeley (p. 142) --
Belshazzar's feast/ Old Testament-Daniel 5 (p. 142) --
Psalm of life, a / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 145) --
George Washington and the cherry tree / Mason Locke ("Parson") Weems (p. 146) --
Light of other days, the / Thomas Moore (p. 147) --
Heraclitus / William (Johnson) Cory (p. 148) --
London, 1802 / William Wordsworth (p. 148) --
'Ostler Joe / George R. Sims (p. 148). Elegy on the death of a mad dog, an / Oliver Goldsmith (p. 152) --
Fourteen points, the / Woodrow Wilson (p. 153) --
What is good? / John Boyle O'Reilly (p. 156) --
Even such is time / Sir Walter Raleigh (p. 156) --
Pericles' funeral oration / Pericles (p. 157) --
Fool's prayer, the / Edward Rowland Sill (p. 160) --
Fool's prayer, the / Edward Rowland Sill (p. 160) --
Frankie and Johnny / Anonymous (p. 161) --
Marco Bozzaris, Fits-Greene Hallack (p. 163) --
Seven ages of man, William Shakespeare (p. 166) --
What one may and may not call a woman / Anonymous (p. 167) --
I remember, I remember / Thomas hood (p. 167) --
Emmy / Arthur Symons (p. 168) --
Rule Britannia! / James Thomson (p. 169) --
And they shall beat their swords into plowshares / Old Testament-Micah 4:1-5 (p. 170) --
Kathleen Mavourneen / Louisa Macartney Crawford (p. 170) --
Lincoln's second inaugural address / Abraham Lincoln (p. 171) --
Arrow and the song, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 172) --
News item / Dorothy Parker (p. 173) --
Minstrel boy, the / Thomas Moore (p. 173) --
Man proposes / Thomas Akempis (p. 173) --
O why should the spirit of mortal be proud? / William Knox (p. 174) --
American standard, the / Booker T. Washington (p. 175) --
How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix / Robert Browning (p. 177) --
Chartless / Emily Dickinson (p. 179) --
Days gone by, the / James Whitcomb Riley (p. 179) --
Worth while / Ella Wheeler Wilcox (p. 180) --
Reason / Anonymous (p. 180) --
Eve of St. Agnes, the / John Keats (p. 181) --
Old brown schoolhouse, the / Anonymous (p. 192) --
Father William / Lewis Carroll (p. 193) --
Girl I left behind me, the / Anonymous (p. 194) --
From the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam / Edward Fitzgerald (p. 195) --
Against censorship / John Milton (p. 199) --
Paul revere's ride / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 199). Suicide's grave, the / W.S. Gilbert (p. 203) --
Opportunity / John James Ingalls (p. 204) --
"Believe me, if all those endearing young charms" / Thomas Moore (p. 204) --
Sermon on the mount, the, new testament- Matthew 5-7 (p. 205) --
Warren's address at bunker hill / John Pierpont (p. 211) --
To Althea, from prison / Richard Lovelace (p. 212) --
If I were a voice / Charles Mackay (p. 213) --
Home, sweet home / John Howard Payne (p. 214) --
Prospero ends the revels / William Shakespeare (p. 215) --
Village blacksmith, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 215) --
Bridge of sighs, the / Thomas Hood (p. 217) --
Rich man and the kingdom of heaven, the / New Testament- Matthew 19:13-30 (p. 218) --
Woodman, spare that tree / George P. Morris (p. 219) --
Thirteen sisters, the / Stephen Vincent Benet (p. 220) --
Still the wonder grew / Oliver Goldsmith (p. 221) --
How sleep the brave / William Collins (p. 222) --
Don Juan, from / Lord Byron (p. 222) --
Richard Cory / Edward Arlington Robinson (p. 222) --
Massa's in de cold, cold ground / Stephen Foster (p. 223) --
Sheridan's ride / Thomas Buchanan Read (p. 224) --
Heights, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 225) --
Wonderful tar-baby story, the / Joel Chandler Harris (p. 226) --
How Mr. rabbit was too sharp for Mr. fox / Joel Chandler Harris (p. 227) --
How doth the little busy bee / Isaac Watts (p. 229) --
When other lips and other hearts / Alfred Bunn (p. 229) --
Picture that is turned toward the wall, the / Charles Graham (p. 230) --
Burial of Sir John Moore / Charles Wolfe (p. 231) --
Things that are Caesar's, the / New Testament- Matthew (p. 232) --
Maud Muller / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 232) --
Columbian oration, the / Chauncey Mitchell Depew (p. 236) --
Hiawatha's childhood / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 237) --
Hope / Alexander Pope (p. 239) --
Shepherd's boy, the, / Aesop (p. 239) --
Lost / Anonymous (p. 239) --
Spell of the Yukon / Robert W. Service (p. 240) --
One Hoss Shay, (The deacon's masterpiece), the / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 242) --
Kissin' / Anonymous (p. 245) --
Declaration of independence, the / Thomas Jefferson (p. 245). Rime of the ancient mariner / Samuel Taylor Coleridge (p. 250) --
Farewell, a / Charles Kingsley (p. 268) --
Douglas tender and true / Dinah Maria Mulock Craik (p. 269) --
Ode, arthur w. e. o'shaughnessy (p. 269) --
Independence forever / Daniel Webster (p. 270) --
Dog and the shadow, the / Aesop (p. 273) --
Lady of Shalott, the / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 273) --
Casey at the bat / Ernest Lawrence Thayer (p. 278) --
Vitay Lampada / Sir Henry Newbolt (p. 279) --
Last leaf, the / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 280) --
Non Sum Qualis Eram Bonae Sub Regno Cynarae / Ernest Dowson (p. 281) --
Over the hills and far away / William Ernest Henley (p. 282) --
Time I've lost in wooing, the / Thomas Moore (p. 283) --
Down went Mcginty / Joseph Flynn (p. 284) --
Lady, or the tiger, the / Frank Stockton (p. 286) --
Cargoes / John Masefield (p. 291) --
Dying Christian to his soul, the / Alexander Pope (p. 292) --
Wise and foolish virgins, the / New Testament- Matthew 25:1-13 (p. 293) --
Landing of the pilgrim fathers / Felicia Dorothea Hemans (p. 293) --
Voice of God, the / Louis I. Newman (p. 294) --
Ozymandias of Egypt / Percy Bysshe Shelley (p. 295) --
Macbeth learns of his wife's death / William Shakespeare (p. 295) --
Old oaken bucket, the / Samuel Woodworth (p. 295) --
Waiting / John Burroughs (p. 296) --
What we may live without / Owen Meredith (p. 297) --
Woman I love, the / Edward VIII (p. 297) --
Silver / Walter De La Mare (p. 299) --
Casablanca / Felicia Dorothea Hemans (p. 299). Evangeline- the prelude and the church scene / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 301) --
When the son of man shall come in his glory / New Testament- Matthew 25:31-46 (p. 304) --
In time of "the breaking of nations" / Thomas Hardy (p. 305) --
Letter to congress from valley forge, a / George Washington (p. 305) --
Man / William Shakespeare (p. 308) --
If I should die tonight / Arabella Eugenia Smith (p. 308) --
Lord Randal / Anonymous (p. 309) --
Raven, the / Edgar Allan Poe (p. 310) --
Marine's hymn, the / Anonymous (p. 313) --
Pippa's song / Robert Browning (p. 314) --
When you and I were young, Maggie / George W. Johnson (p. 314) --
Siege of Belgrade, the / Alaric Alexander Watt (p. 315) --
To an athlete dying young / A.E. Housman (p. 316) --
Easter morning / New Testament-Matthew (p. 317) --
Man he killed, the / Thomas Hardy (p. 317) --
Breathes there the man with soul so dead / Sir Walter Scott (p. 318) --
Wearin' 0' the green, the / Anonymous (p. 319) --
Requiescat / Oscar Wilde (p. 319) --
Dissertation upon roast pig, a / Charles Lamb (p. 320) --
Hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world, the / William Ross Wallace (p. 326) --
In memoriam- excerpt / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 327) --
Hamlet contemplates suicide / William Shakespeare (p. 328) --
Song / Sir William Watson (p. 329) --
Eulogy at his brother's grave / Robert G. Ingersoll (p. 330) --
Leak in the dike, the / Phoebe Casy (p. 331) --
Nantucket limerick and what followed, that / Anonymous (p. 335) --
Hohenlinden / Thomas Campbell (p. 336) --
Echoes / William Ernest Henley (p. 337) --
Bugle calls, words for army / Anonymous (p. 388) --
She is more to be pitied than censured / William B. Cray (p. 339) --
Which shall it be? / Ethel L. Beers (p. 340) --
If I were king / Justin Huntly Mc Carthy (p. 342) --
Hare and the tortoise, the / Aesop (p. 342) --
Cloud, the / Percy Bysshe Shelley (p. 343) --
Good Samaritan, the / New Testament- Luke 10:25-37 (p. 345) --
To an insect / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 346) --
Farewell to Nancy / Robert Burns (p. 347) --
Ode on intimations of immortality / William Wordsworth (p. 347). Words of a great admiral / Lord Nelson (p. 350) --
My garden / Thomas Edward Brown (p. 351) --
Contentment / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 351) --
Somebody's darling / Marie Ravenal De Lacoste (p. 353) --
Of love of silence and of solitude / Thomas A Kempis (p. 354) --
Caisson song, the / Edmund L. Gruber (p. 357) --
Over the hill to the poor-house / Will M. Carleton (p. 358) --
Labor / Abraham Lincoln (p. 360) --
Lost sheep, the / New Testament- Luke (p. 360) --
Prayer / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 361) --
Why I went to the woods / Henry David Thoreau (p. 361) --
Casey Jones / Anonymous (p. 368) --
Vision of Sir Launfal, the-excerpts / James Russell Lowell (p. 369) --
Curfew must not ring tonight / Rosa Hartwick Thorpe (p. 371) --
Jeanie with the light brown hair / Stephen Foster (p. 374) --
Love me little, love me long / Anonymous (p. 375) --
On a bad singer / Samuel Taylor Coleridge (p. 375) --
Sir Patrick Spens / Anonymous (p. 376) --
First snowfall, the / James Russell Lowell (p. 378) --
Prodigal son, the / New Testament- Luke 15:11-32 (p. 380) --
Polonius' advice to his son / William Shakespeare (p. 381) --
Abdul A-Bul-Bul A-Mir / Anonymous (p. 382) --
Grandfather's clock / Henry Clay Work (p. 384) --
When Johnny comes marching home / Patrick S. Gilmore (p. 385) --
Christmas day in the workhouse / George R. Sims (p. 386) --
Excelsior / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 389) --
Battle of Waterloo, the / Lord Byron (p. 390) --
Listeners, the / Walter De La Mare (p. 394) --
Death of Jesus, the / New Testament-Luke 23:1-46 (p. 395) --
Rock of ages / August M. Toplady (p. 397) --
Rock me to sleep / Elizabeth Akers Allen (p. 398) --
Ye mariners of England / Thomas Campbell (p. 399). Evolution / Langdom Smith (p. 401) --
To a waterfowl / William Cullen Bryant (p. 404) --
Jefferson's inaugural address- excerpts / Thomas Jefferson (p. 405) --
Barbara Frietchie / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 407) --
Greatest battle that ever was fought, the / Joaquin Miller (p. 409) --
Death of the flowers, the / William Cullen Bryant (p. 410) --
Lost chord, a / Adelaide Anne Procter (p. 411) --
Strictly germ-proof / Arthur Guiterman (p. 412) --
When a man builds better mousetraps / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 412) --
Solitary reaper, the / William Wordsworth (p. 412) --
When father carves the duck / E.V. Wright (p. 413) --
Beautiful hands / Ellen M.H. Gates (p. 414) --
There is a tavern in the town / Anonymous (p. 415) --
Chambered nautilus, the / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 416) --
Face on the floor, the / Hugh D'Arcy (p. 417) --
Appointment in Samarra / Somerset Maugham (p. 419) --
Upon Westminster bridge / William Wordsworth (p. 420) --
Rocked in the cradle of the deep / Emma Willard (p. 420) --
Speech at harpers ferry / John Brown (p. 421) --
Old ironsides / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 422) --
England, my England / William Ernest Henley (p. 423) --
This was their finest hour / Winston Churchill (p. 424) --
Annie Laurie / William Douglas (p 425) --
Daisy bell / Harry Dacre (p. 426) --
On first looking into Chapman's homer / John Keats (p. 427) --
My last walk with the schoolmistress / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 427) --
Horatius at the bridge / Thomas Babington Macaulay (p. 430) --
Captain Jinks / Anonymous (p. 446) --
On his blindness / John Milton (p. 447) --
Birches / Robert Frost (p. 447) --
How to tell bad news / Anonymous (p. 449). Comin' thro' the rye / Robert Burns (p. 450) --
Epitaph placed on his daughter's tomb / Mark Twain (p. 450) --
Tears, idle tears / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 451) --
Salute to our flag / Anonymous (p. 451) --
On conciliation with America / Edmund Burke (p. 451) --
Pure heart, the / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 454) --
Thanatopsis / William Cullen Bryant (p. 455) --
Gifts / James Thompson (p. 457) --
Love's not time's fool / William Shakespeare (p. 457) --
Just for today / Samuel Wilberforce (p. 458) --
In the beginning was the word / New Testament- John 1:1-17 (p. 459) --
Epigram / Samuel Taylor Coleridge (p. 459) --
World is too much with us, the / William Wordsworth (p. 460) --
Old superstitions / Anonymous (p. 460) --
Moth and the flame, the / George Taggert (p. 461) --
Barefoot boy, the / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 462) --
Where is my wandering boy to night? / Anonymous (p. 465) --
Mermaid, the / Anonymous (p. 465) --
Wife of usher's well / Anonymous (p. 466) --
I shall not pass again this way / Anonymous (p. 468) --
Crow and the pitcher, the / Aesop (p. 468) --
Ulysses / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 469) --
Bredon Hill / A.E. Housman (p. 471) --
D.L. & W.'s phoebe snow jingles / Anonymous (p. 472) --
Inscription on general post office, New York, N.Y. / Herodotus (p. 473) --
Ben Bolt / Thomas Dunn English (p. 473) --
When, in disgrace- / William Shakespeare (p. 474) --
Charge of the light brigade, the / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 475) --
Source of news / Anonymous (p. 476) --
Skeleton in armor, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 477) --
We are seven / William Wordsworth (p. 481) --
American flag, the / Joseph Rod-man Drake (p. 483) --
I've been workin' on the railroad / Anonymous (p. 485) --
Lasca / Frank Desprez (p. 485) --
Silver threads among the gold / Eben E. Rexford (p. 488) --
Lochinvar / Sir Walter Scott (p. 489) --
Henry V at Harfleur / William Shakespeare (p. 490) --
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address / Abraham Lincoln (p. 491) --
America / Samuel Francis Smith (p. 492) --
In school days / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 493) --
Seein' things / Eugene Field (p. 494) --
Drake's drum / Sir Henry New Bolt (p. 495) --
Great lover, the / Rupert Brooke (p. 496) --
Before sleeping / Anonymous (p. 498) --
Old familiar faces, the / Charles Lamb (p. 498) --
Battle of Blenheim, the / Robert Southey (p. 499). Shooting of Dan Mcgrew, the / Robert W. Service (p. 501) --
Prophecy / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 504) --
Where ignorance is bliss / Thomas Gray (p. 505) --
Cares of majesty, the / William Shakespeare (p. 505) --
Land of counterpane, the / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 506) --
My mother / Jane Taylor (p. 506) --
Abide with me / Henry F. Lyte (p. 508) --
Inscription on the tomb of the unknown soldier / Anonymous (p. 509) --
Dixie / Daniel Becatur Emmett (p. 509) --
Take back your gold / Louis W. Paitzakow (p. 510) --
Bingen on the rhine / Caroline E. Norton (p. 511) --
Passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe (p. 512) --
Seven times one / Jean Ingelow (p. 513) --
Onward, Christian Soldiers / Sabine Baring-Gould (p. 514) --
She walks in beauty like the night / Lord Byron (p. 515) --
Yankee doodle / Anonymous (p. 516) --
Maid of Athens, ere we part / Lord Byron (p. 518) --
Polly Wolly Doodle / Anonymous (p. 519) --
Long, long ago / Thomas Bayly (p. 520) --
Inscription to Spartans at Thermopylae / Anonymous (p. 520) --
In the good old summer time Ren Shields (p. 521) --
Face, the / Anthony Euwer (p. 521) --
Crossing the bar / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 522) --
Tall oaks from little acorns grow / David Everett (p. 522) --
Evil designs / William Shakespeare (p. 523) --
Lion and the mouse, the / Aesop (p. 524) --
Chicago / Carl Sandburg (p. 525) --
Blue and the gray, the / Francis Miles Finch (p. 526) --
Ring out, wild bells / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 527) --
Paul on the road to Damascus / New Testament- Acts 9:3-6 (p. 528) --
Miniver Cheevy / Edward Arlington Robinson (p. 529) --
Down in Lehigh Valley / Anonymous (p. 530) --
Boy scout oath, the / Anonymous (p. 531) --
On his seventy-fifth birthday / Walter Savage Landor (p. 531) --
Famous toast, a / Richard Brinsley Sheridan (p. 532) --
Antony and Cleopatra / William Homes Lytle (p. 532) --
Epitaph / Anonymous (p. 533) --
When I was one-and-twenty / A.E. Housman (p. 534) --
Mr. valiant-for-truth crosses the River / John Bunyan (p. 534) --
Bugle song / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 535) --
Old folks at home / Stephen Foster (p. 535) --
To Helen / Edgar Alan Poe (p. 536) --
Message to Garcia, a / Elbert Hubbard (p. 537) --
Now I lay me down to take my sleep / Anonymous (p. 540) --
Mark Twain discusses Satan / Mark Twain (p. 540) --
Ode to a nightingale / John Keats (p. 541) --
My old Kentucky home / Stephen Foster (p. 543) --
Jabbcrwocky / Lewis Carroll (p. 544) --
My mother was a lady, or if Jack were only here / Edward B. Marks (p. 545) --
Harp that once thro' tara's hall, the / Thomas Moore (p. 545) --
Go down, Moses / Anonymous (p. 546) --
Lamb, the / William Blake (p. 547) --
Baby / George Macdonald (p. 547) --
Man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo, the / Fred Gilbert (p. 548) --
Say not the struggle nought availeth / Arthur Hugh Dough (p. 549) --
General Joffre to his soldiers / Joseph Joffre (p. 549). President Roosevelt asks congress to declare war on Japan / Franklin D. Roosevelt (p. 550) --
Columbus / Joaquin Miller (p. 551) --
Break, break, break / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 552) --
Throw out the lifeline / Edward Smith Ufford (p. 553) --
Unfortunate coincidence / Dorothy Parker (p. 553) --
Little things / Julia Carney (p. 553) --
Mandalay / Rudyard Kipling (p. 554) --
Kashmiri song / Laurence hope (p. 555) --
Reveille / A.E. Housman (p. 556) --
Sea fever, john masefield (p. 557) --
Heaven will protect the working girl / Edgar Smith (p. 557) --
Congo, the / Vachel Lindsay (p. 558) --
Hound of heaven, the excerpt / Francis Thompson (p. 561) --
Home / Edgar A. Guest (p. 561) --
Blood, sweat and tears / Winston Churchill (p. 562) --
Out where the west begins / Arthur Chapman (p. 564) --
Man with the hoe, the / Edwin Markham (p. 565) --
Arkansas traveler, the / Anonymous (p. 566) --
Sally in our alley / Henry Carey (p. 568) --
Destruction of Sennacherib, the / Lord Byron (p. 569) --
Wolf in sheep's clothing, the / Aesop (p. 570) --
Bury me not on the lone prairie / Anonymous (p. 571) --
Love's nobility / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 571) --
Ninety and nine, the / I.D. Sankey (p. 572) --
For whom the bell tolls / John Donne (p. 572) --
Duty / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 573) --
Annabel Lee / Edgar Allan Poe (p. 573) --
History of the U.S., the / Winifred Sackville Stoner (p. 574) --
Eulogy of the dog / George G. Vest (p. 576) --
Cremation of Sam Mcgee / Robert W. Service (p. 577) --
To a louse / Robert Burns (p. 580) --
Finnigin to Flannigan / Strickland Gillilan (p. 581) --
Trees / Joyce Kilmer (p. 583) --
Duties of man, the / New Testament-Romans (p. 583) --
Lake isle of Innisfree, the / William Butler Yeats (p. 584) --
Dead, the / Rupert Brooke (p. 585) --
Jingle bells / J. Pierpont (p. 585) --
Band played on, the / John F. Palmer (p. 586) --
Come into the garden, Maud / Alfred Lord Tennyson (p. 587) --
O captain! my captain! Walt Whitman (p. 589) --
Jest 'fore Christmas / Eugene Field (p. 590) --
Nearer, my God, to thee / Sarah Flower Adams (p. 591) --
Robert E. Lee's farewell to his army / Robert E. Lee (p. 592) --
T.R. on war veterans / Theodore Roosevelt (p. 592) --
There is pleasure in the pathless woods / Lord Byron (p. 593) --
Bowery, the / Charles H. Hoyt (p. 593) --
Recessional / Rudyard Kipling (p. 594) --
When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / Walt Whitman (p. 595). Rosary, the / Robert Cameron Rogers (p. 602) --
Little boy blue / Eugene Field (p. 603) --
Bigotry explained / Daniel O'Connell (p. 603) --
In flanders field / John Mccrae (p. 604) --
West wind / John Masefield (p. 604) --
O little town of Bethlehem / Phillips Brooks (p. 605) --
There is no death / John Lackey Mccreary (p. 606) --
Cleopatra and her barge / William Shakespeare (p. 607) --
Weather wisdom / Anonymous (p. 608) --
Whoopee Ti Yi Yo, git along, little doggies / John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax (p. 609) --
What folks are made of / Anonymous (p. 610) --
Duel, the / Eugene Field (p. 610) --
Our lips and ears / Anonymous (p. 611) --
Bells, the / Edgar Allan Poe (p. 612) --
Indian serenade / Percy Bysshe Shelley (p. 615) --
Bridge, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 615) --
Oh, my darling Clementine / Anonymous (p. 617) --
Lincoln's letter to Mrs. Bixby / Abraham Lincoln (p. 618) --
Evolution / John Bannister Tabb (p. 619) --
My shadow / Robeit Louis Stevenson (p. 619) --
Love's old sweet song / G. Clifton Bingham (p. 620) --
Father, dear father, come home with me now / Henry Clay Work (p. 620) --
Auld Lang Syne / Robert Burns (p. 621) --
At Bunker Hill / Daniel Webster (p. 622) --
Dog in the manger, the / Aesop (p. 629) --
Just a wearyin' for you / Frank L. Stanton (p. 629) --
Abraham Lincoln walks at mid night / Vachel Lindsay (p. 630) --
Sugar-plum tree, the / Eugene Field (p. 631) --
Oft have I seen at some cathedral door / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 632) --
My Maryland / J.R. Randall (p. 632) --
This England / William Shakespeare (p. 634) --
Nobody's child / Phila H. Case (p. 635) --
After the ball / Charles K. Harris (p. 636) --
When the frost is on the punkin / James Whitcomb Riley (p. 637) --
Brahma / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 638) --
Upon Julia's clothes / Robert Herrick (p. 639) --
Perfect day, a / Carrie Jacobs-Bond (p. 639) --
Happiness / Anonymous (p. 639) --
Spires of Oxford, the / Winifred M. Letts (p. 640) --
St. Paul on charity / New Testament- I Corinthians (p. 640) --
Ode on a Grecian urn / John Keats (p. 641) --
Tiger, the / William Blake (p. 643) --
Othello's defense / William Shakespeare (p. 643) --
English plea for peace with the American colonies, an / William Pitt (p. 645) --
Sweet and low / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 645) --
Soldier the / Rupert Brooke (p. 646) --
Helping the handicapped / Emily Dickinson (p. 646) --
Home defined / Robert Frost (p. 646) --
Requiem / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 647) --
Good and bad children / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 647) --
Trouble / David Keppel (p. 648) --
Sweet Afton / Robert Burns (p. 648) --
Barrel-organ, the / Alfred Noyes (p. 649). Perfect woman / William Wordsworth (p. 653) --
Benjamin Franklin/ A.R.J. Turgot (p. 653) --
Four things / Henry Van Dyke (p. 654) --
Night has a thousand eyes, the / F.W. Bourdillon (p. 654) --
Children's hour, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (654) --
Song to Celia / Ben Jonson (p. 655) --
If- / Rudyard Kipling (p. 656) --
Light shining out of darkness / William Cowper (p. 657) --
First in war- first in peace / Henry Lee (p. 658) --
Dutch lullaby, a / Eugene Field (p. 659) --
In the gloaming / Meta Orred (p. 660) --
Song of the shirt, the / Thomas Hood (p. 661) --
Child's prayer, a / John Bannister Tabb (p. 663) --
Mercutio's queen mab speech / William Shakespeare (p. 663) --
Ox and the frog, the / Aesop (p. 664) --
Letter to Lord Chesterfield, a / Samuel Johnson (p. 665) --
I have a rendezvous with death / Alan Seeger (p. 666) --
Swing, the / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 667) --
My heart leaps up when I behold / William Wordsworth (p. 667) --
Last judgment, the / New Testament- Revelation 20:11-15; 21:1-7 (p. 667) --
Ulalume / Edgar Allan Poe (p. 669) --
Kid's last fight, the / Anonymous (p. 671) --
On taking a wife / Thomas Moore (p. 674) --
Oh promise me / Clement Scott (p. 675) --
Brook's song, the / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 675) --
Lamplighter, the / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 677) --
My lost youth / Henry Wadsworth Fellow (p. 677) --
Cardinal Wolsey's farewell / William Shakespeare (p. 680) --
Silent night, Joseph Mohr (p. 680) --
Goodbye! / G.J. Whyte-Melville (p. 681) --
Carry me back to old virginny / James Bland (p. 682) --
Kilkenny cats, the / Anonymous (p. 682) --
Stealing / James Russell Lowell (p. 682) --
Give me liberty, or give me death! / Patrick Henry (p. 683) --
To Lucasta, going to the wars / Richard Lovelace (p. 685) --
Little orphan Annie / James Whitcomb Riley (p. 686) --
Jesus, lover of my soul / Charles Wesley (p. 687) --
Success / Edgar A. Guest (p. 688) --
Daffodils / William Wordsworth (p. 689) --
Ballad of reading Gaol, the / Oscar Wilde (p. 689) --
End of the play, the / William Makepeace Thackeray (p. 708).
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schema:description"Shooting of Dan Mcgrew, the / Robert W. Service (p. 501) -- Prophecy / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 504) -- Where ignorance is bliss / Thomas Gray (p. 505) -- Cares of majesty, the / William Shakespeare (p. 505) -- Land of counterpane, the / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 506) -- My mother / Jane Taylor (p. 506) -- Abide with me / Henry F. Lyte (p. 508) -- Inscription on the tomb of the unknown soldier / Anonymous (p. 509) -- Dixie / Daniel Becatur Emmett (p. 509) -- Take back your gold / Louis W. Paitzakow (p. 510) -- Bingen on the rhine / Caroline E. Norton (p. 511) -- Passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe (p. 512) -- Seven times one / Jean Ingelow (p. 513) -- Onward, Christian Soldiers / Sabine Baring-Gould (p. 514) -- She walks in beauty like the night / Lord Byron (p. 515) -- Yankee doodle / Anonymous (p. 516) -- Maid of Athens, ere we part / Lord Byron (p. 518) -- Polly Wolly Doodle / Anonymous (p. 519) -- Long, long ago / Thomas Bayly (p. 520) -- Inscription to Spartans at Thermopylae / Anonymous (p. 520) -- In the good old summer time Ren Shields (p. 521) -- Face, the / Anthony Euwer (p. 521) -- Crossing the bar / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 522) -- Tall oaks from little acorns grow / David Everett (p. 522) -- Evil designs / William Shakespeare (p. 523) -- Lion and the mouse, the / Aesop (p. 524) -- Chicago / Carl Sandburg (p. 525) -- Blue and the gray, the / Francis Miles Finch (p. 526) -- Ring out, wild bells / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 527) -- Paul on the road to Damascus / New Testament- Acts 9:3-6 (p. 528) -- Miniver Cheevy / Edward Arlington Robinson (p. 529) -- Down in Lehigh Valley / Anonymous (p. 530) -- Boy scout oath, the / Anonymous (p. 531) -- On his seventy-fifth birthday / Walter Savage Landor (p. 531) -- Famous toast, a / Richard Brinsley Sheridan (p. 532) -- Antony and Cleopatra / William Homes Lytle (p. 532) -- Epitaph / Anonymous (p. 533) -- When I was one-and-twenty / A.E. Housman (p. 534) -- Mr. valiant-for-truth crosses the River / John Bunyan (p. 534) -- Bugle song / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 535) -- Old folks at home / Stephen Foster (p. 535) -- To Helen / Edgar Alan Poe (p. 536) -- Message to Garcia, a / Elbert Hubbard (p. 537) -- Now I lay me down to take my sleep / Anonymous (p. 540) -- Mark Twain discusses Satan / Mark Twain (p. 540) -- Ode to a nightingale / John Keats (p. 541) -- My old Kentucky home / Stephen Foster (p. 543) -- Jabbcrwocky / Lewis Carroll (p. 544) -- My mother was a lady, or if Jack were only here / Edward B. Marks (p. 545) -- Harp that once thro' tara's hall, the / Thomas Moore (p. 545) -- Go down, Moses / Anonymous (p. 546) -- Lamb, the / William Blake (p. 547) -- Baby / George Macdonald (p. 547) -- Man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo, the / Fred Gilbert (p. 548) -- Say not the struggle nought availeth / Arthur Hugh Dough (p. 549) -- General Joffre to his soldiers / Joseph Joffre (p. 549)."@en
schema:description"Evolution / Langdom Smith (p. 401) -- To a waterfowl / William Cullen Bryant (p. 404) -- Jefferson's inaugural address- excerpts / Thomas Jefferson (p. 405) -- Barbara Frietchie / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 407) -- Greatest battle that ever was fought, the / Joaquin Miller (p. 409) -- Death of the flowers, the / William Cullen Bryant (p. 410) -- Lost chord, a / Adelaide Anne Procter (p. 411) -- Strictly germ-proof / Arthur Guiterman (p. 412) -- When a man builds better mousetraps / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 412) -- Solitary reaper, the / William Wordsworth (p. 412) -- When father carves the duck / E.V. Wright (p. 413) -- Beautiful hands / Ellen M.H. Gates (p. 414) -- There is a tavern in the town / Anonymous (p. 415) -- Chambered nautilus, the / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 416) -- Face on the floor, the / Hugh D'Arcy (p. 417) -- Appointment in Samarra / Somerset Maugham (p. 419) -- Upon Westminster bridge / William Wordsworth (p. 420) -- Rocked in the cradle of the deep / Emma Willard (p. 420) -- Speech at harpers ferry / John Brown (p. 421) -- Old ironsides / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 422) -- England, my England / William Ernest Henley (p. 423) -- This was their finest hour / Winston Churchill (p. 424) -- Annie Laurie / William Douglas (p 425) -- Daisy bell / Harry Dacre (p. 426) -- On first looking into Chapman's homer / John Keats (p. 427) -- My last walk with the schoolmistress / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 427) -- Horatius at the bridge / Thomas Babington Macaulay (p. 430) -- Captain Jinks / Anonymous (p. 446) -- On his blindness / John Milton (p. 447) -- Birches / Robert Frost (p. 447) -- How to tell bad news / Anonymous (p. 449)."@en
schema:description"Elegy on the death of a mad dog, an / Oliver Goldsmith (p. 152) -- Fourteen points, the / Woodrow Wilson (p. 153) -- What is good? / John Boyle O'Reilly (p. 156) -- Even such is time / Sir Walter Raleigh (p. 156) -- Pericles' funeral oration / Pericles (p. 157) -- Fool's prayer, the / Edward Rowland Sill (p. 160) -- Fool's prayer, the / Edward Rowland Sill (p. 160) -- Frankie and Johnny / Anonymous (p. 161) -- Marco Bozzaris, Fits-Greene Hallack (p. 163) -- Seven ages of man, William Shakespeare (p. 166) -- What one may and may not call a woman / Anonymous (p. 167) -- I remember, I remember / Thomas hood (p. 167) -- Emmy / Arthur Symons (p. 168) -- Rule Britannia! / James Thomson (p. 169) -- And they shall beat their swords into plowshares / Old Testament-Micah 4:1-5 (p. 170) -- Kathleen Mavourneen / Louisa Macartney Crawford (p. 170) -- Lincoln's second inaugural address / Abraham Lincoln (p. 171) -- Arrow and the song, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 172) -- News item / Dorothy Parker (p. 173) -- Minstrel boy, the / Thomas Moore (p. 173) -- Man proposes / Thomas Akempis (p. 173) -- O why should the spirit of mortal be proud? / William Knox (p. 174) -- American standard, the / Booker T. Washington (p. 175) -- How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix / Robert Browning (p. 177) -- Chartless / Emily Dickinson (p. 179) -- Days gone by, the / James Whitcomb Riley (p. 179) -- Worth while / Ella Wheeler Wilcox (p. 180) -- Reason / Anonymous (p. 180) -- Eve of St. Agnes, the / John Keats (p. 181) -- Old brown schoolhouse, the / Anonymous (p. 192) -- Father William / Lewis Carroll (p. 193) -- Girl I left behind me, the / Anonymous (p. 194) -- From the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam / Edward Fitzgerald (p. 195) -- Against censorship / John Milton (p. 199) -- Paul revere's ride / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 199)."@en
schema:description"Way of the world, the / Wheeler Wilcox (p. 1) -- These are the times that try men's souls / Thomas Paine (p. 1) -- Tree of liberty, the / Bertrand Barere (p. 2) -- 'Tis the last rose of summer / Thomas Moore (p. 3) -- Antony's oration over Caesar's body / William Shakespeare (p. 3) -- Blind men and the elephant, the / John G. Saxe (p. 8) -- Lincoln's farewell to the citizens of Springfield, Illinois / Abraham Lincoln (p. 10) -- Creation, the / Old Testament-Genesis (p. 10) -- Lead, kindly light / John Henry Newman (p. 12) -- Sorrows of Werther / William Make- Peace Thackeray (p. 13) -- No truer word / Walter Savage Landor (p. 13) -- On reading and writing / Francis Bacon (p. 14) -- Plain language from truthful James / Bret Harte (p. 14) -- Where there's a will there's a way / Eliza Cook (p. 16) -- Arabian proverb / Anonymous (p. 17) -- Truth, the invincible / William Cullen Bryant (p. 17) -- When the hounds of spring / Algernon Charles Swinburne (p. 18) -- Wreck of the Hesperus, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 19) -- Ten commandments, the / Old Testament- Exodus (p. 22) -- I'll take you home again, Kathleen / Thomas P. Westendorf (p. 23) -- Little brown jug / Anonymous (p. 24) -- Balcony scene. The / William Shakespeare (p. 25) -- Time, you old gipsy man / Ralph Hodgson (p. 30) -- Socrates, on his condemnation to Death / Socrates (p. 31) -- God, give us men! / Josiah Gilbert Holland (p. 34) -- Lincoln reviews a book / Abraham Lincoln (p. 34) -- Lord gave, the / Old Testament- Job (p. 35) -- Preamble to the constitution / Anonymous (p. 35) -- Barbara Allen / Anonymous (p. 35) -- Beautiful snow, the / John Whittaker Watson (p. 36) -- Fox and the grapes, the / Aesop (p. 38) -- An honest man / Alexander Pope (p. 38) -- Day is done, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 39) -- Lucy / William Wordsworth (p. 40) -- Blow, thou winter wind / William Shakespeare (p. 40) -- Abou Ben Adhem / James Henry Leigh Hunt (p.41) -- As the twig is bent / Alexander Pope (p. 41) -- Godly and the ungodly, the / Old Testament- Psalm 1 (p. 42) -- Elegy written in a country churchyard / Thomas Gray (p. 42) -- Battle-hymn of the republic / Julia Ward Howe (p. 46) -- Hippocratic oath / Hippocrates (p. 46) -- Crooked footpath, the / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 47) -- Vanzetti to Judge Thayer / Bartolomeo Vanzetti (p. 48) -- Conquered banner, the / Abram Joseph Ryan (p. 49) -- O my luv's like a red, red rose / Robert Burns (p. 50)."@en
schema:description"Perfect woman / William Wordsworth (p. 653) -- Benjamin Franklin/ A.R.J. Turgot (p. 653) -- Four things / Henry Van Dyke (p. 654) -- Night has a thousand eyes, the / F.W. Bourdillon (p. 654) -- Children's hour, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (654) -- Song to Celia / Ben Jonson (p. 655) -- If- / Rudyard Kipling (p. 656) -- Light shining out of darkness / William Cowper (p. 657) -- First in war- first in peace / Henry Lee (p. 658) -- Dutch lullaby, a / Eugene Field (p. 659) -- In the gloaming / Meta Orred (p. 660) -- Song of the shirt, the / Thomas Hood (p. 661) -- Child's prayer, a / John Bannister Tabb (p. 663) -- Mercutio's queen mab speech / William Shakespeare (p. 663) -- Ox and the frog, the / Aesop (p. 664) -- Letter to Lord Chesterfield, a / Samuel Johnson (p. 665) -- I have a rendezvous with death / Alan Seeger (p. 666) -- Swing, the / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 667) -- My heart leaps up when I behold / William Wordsworth (p. 667) -- Last judgment, the / New Testament- Revelation 20:11-15; 21:1-7 (p. 667) -- Ulalume / Edgar Allan Poe (p. 669) -- Kid's last fight, the / Anonymous (p. 671) -- On taking a wife / Thomas Moore (p. 674) -- Oh promise me / Clement Scott (p. 675) -- Brook's song, the / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 675) -- Lamplighter, the / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 677) -- My lost youth / Henry Wadsworth Fellow (p. 677) -- Cardinal Wolsey's farewell / William Shakespeare (p. 680) -- Silent night, Joseph Mohr (p. 680) -- Goodbye! / G.J. Whyte-Melville (p. 681) -- Carry me back to old virginny / James Bland (p. 682) -- Kilkenny cats, the / Anonymous (p. 682) -- Stealing / James Russell Lowell (p. 682) -- Give me liberty, or give me death! / Patrick Henry (p. 683) -- To Lucasta, going to the wars / Richard Lovelace (p. 685) -- Little orphan Annie / James Whitcomb Riley (p. 686) -- Jesus, lover of my soul / Charles Wesley (p. 687) -- Success / Edgar A. Guest (p. 688) -- Daffodils / William Wordsworth (p. 689) -- Ballad of reading Gaol, the / Oscar Wilde (p. 689) -- End of the play, the / William Makepeace Thackeray (p. 708)."@en
schema:description"Rosary, the / Robert Cameron Rogers (p. 602) -- Little boy blue / Eugene Field (p. 603) -- Bigotry explained / Daniel O'Connell (p. 603) -- In flanders field / John Mccrae (p. 604) -- West wind / John Masefield (p. 604) -- O little town of Bethlehem / Phillips Brooks (p. 605) -- There is no death / John Lackey Mccreary (p. 606) -- Cleopatra and her barge / William Shakespeare (p. 607) -- Weather wisdom / Anonymous (p. 608) -- Whoopee Ti Yi Yo, git along, little doggies / John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax (p. 609) -- What folks are made of / Anonymous (p. 610) -- Duel, the / Eugene Field (p. 610) -- Our lips and ears / Anonymous (p. 611) -- Bells, the / Edgar Allan Poe (p. 612) -- Indian serenade / Percy Bysshe Shelley (p. 615) -- Bridge, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 615) -- Oh, my darling Clementine / Anonymous (p. 617) -- Lincoln's letter to Mrs. Bixby / Abraham Lincoln (p. 618) -- Evolution / John Bannister Tabb (p. 619) -- My shadow / Robeit Louis Stevenson (p. 619) -- Love's old sweet song / G. Clifton Bingham (p. 620) -- Father, dear father, come home with me now / Henry Clay Work (p. 620) -- Auld Lang Syne / Robert Burns (p. 621) -- At Bunker Hill / Daniel Webster (p. 622) -- Dog in the manger, the / Aesop (p. 629) -- Just a wearyin' for you / Frank L. Stanton (p. 629) -- Abraham Lincoln walks at mid night / Vachel Lindsay (p. 630) -- Sugar-plum tree, the / Eugene Field (p. 631) -- Oft have I seen at some cathedral door / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 632) -- My Maryland / J.R. Randall (p. 632) -- This England / William Shakespeare (p. 634) -- Nobody's child / Phila H. Case (p. 635) -- After the ball / Charles K. Harris (p. 636) -- When the frost is on the punkin / James Whitcomb Riley (p. 637) -- Brahma / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 638) -- Upon Julia's clothes / Robert Herrick (p. 639) -- Perfect day, a / Carrie Jacobs-Bond (p. 639) -- Happiness / Anonymous (p. 639) -- Spires of Oxford, the / Winifred M. Letts (p. 640) -- St. Paul on charity / New Testament- I Corinthians (p. 640) -- Ode on a Grecian urn / John Keats (p. 641) -- Tiger, the / William Blake (p. 643) -- Othello's defense / William Shakespeare (p. 643) -- English plea for peace with the American colonies, an / William Pitt (p. 645) -- Sweet and low / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 645) -- Soldier the / Rupert Brooke (p. 646) -- Helping the handicapped / Emily Dickinson (p. 646) -- Home defined / Robert Frost (p. 646) -- Requiem / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 647) -- Good and bad children / Robert Louis Stevenson (p. 647) -- Trouble / David Keppel (p. 648) -- Sweet Afton / Robert Burns (p. 648) -- Barrel-organ, the / Alfred Noyes (p. 649)."@en
schema:description"Recessional / Isaac Watts (p. 103) -- Try, try again / Anonymous (p. 104) -- Happy is the man that findeth wisdom / Old Testament- proverbs 3:11-18 (p. 105) -- Lord Ullin's daughter / Thomas Campbell (p. 105) -- Jenny kiss'd me / James Henry Leigh Hunt (p. 107) -- Somebody's mother / Mary Dow Brine (p. 107) -- Character of the happy warrior / William Wordsworth (p. 109) -- Is there for honest poverty? / Robert Burns (p. 111) -- O! Susanna / Stephen Foster (p. 112) -- God bless us everyone / Charles Dickens (p. 113) -- Violet, the / Jane Taylor (p. 116) -- Where did you get that hat? / Joseph J. Sullivan (p. 117) -- A thing of beauty is a joy for ever / John Keats (p. 118) -- After Dunkirk / Winston- Churchill (p. 119) -- House by the side of the road, the / Sam Walter Foss (p. 119) -- Young and old / Charles Kingsley (p. 120) -- Tempest, the / James T. Fields (p. 121) -- Spartacus to the gladiators at Capua / E. Kellogg (p. 122) -- I had but fifty cents / Anonymous (p. 123) -- Remember now thy creator / Old Testament- Ecclesiastes 12 (p. 125) -- How do I love thee? / Elizabeth Barrett Browning (p. 126) -- Song of Marion's men / William Cullen Bryant (p. 126) -- Glorious whitewasher, the / Mark Twain (p. 128) -- Goodbye! / Ralph Waldo Emerson (p. 132) -- For lo, the winter is past / Old Testament- Song of Solomon 2:10-13 (p. 133) -- Mourning bride, the / William Congreve (p. 133) -- Eternal goodness, the / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 134) -- Portia's plea for mercy / William Shakespeare (p. 134) -- Flying trapeze, the / George Lebourne (p. 135) -- When lovely woman stoops to folly / Oliver Goldsmith (p. 136) -- I cannot sing the old songs / Anonymous (p. 137) -- Star-spangled banner, the / Francis Scott Key (p. 138) -- Sermon to the birds, St. Francis of Assisi (p. 139) -- Nearer home / Phoebe Cary (p. 139) -- Star, the / Jane Taylor (p. 140) -- Throw him down Mccloskey / John W. Kelly (p. 141) -- Mourning bride, the / William Congreve (p. 141) -- On the prospect of planting arts and learning in America / George Berkeley (p. 142) -- Belshazzar's feast/ Old Testament-Daniel 5 (p. 142) -- Psalm of life, a / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 145) -- George Washington and the cherry tree / Mason Locke ("Parson") Weems (p. 146) -- Light of other days, the / Thomas Moore (p. 147) -- Heraclitus / William (Johnson) Cory (p. 148) -- London, 1802 / William Wordsworth (p. 148) -- 'Ostler Joe / George R. Sims (p. 148)."@en
schema:description"Words of a great admiral / Lord Nelson (p. 350) -- My garden / Thomas Edward Brown (p. 351) -- Contentment / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 351) -- Somebody's darling / Marie Ravenal De Lacoste (p. 353) -- Of love of silence and of solitude / Thomas A Kempis (p. 354) -- Caisson song, the / Edmund L. Gruber (p. 357) -- Over the hill to the poor-house / Will M. Carleton (p. 358) -- Labor / Abraham Lincoln (p. 360) -- Lost sheep, the / New Testament- Luke (p. 360) -- Prayer / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 361) -- Why I went to the woods / Henry David Thoreau (p. 361) -- Casey Jones / Anonymous (p. 368) -- Vision of Sir Launfal, the-excerpts / James Russell Lowell (p. 369) -- Curfew must not ring tonight / Rosa Hartwick Thorpe (p. 371) -- Jeanie with the light brown hair / Stephen Foster (p. 374) -- Love me little, love me long / Anonymous (p. 375) -- On a bad singer / Samuel Taylor Coleridge (p. 375) -- Sir Patrick Spens / Anonymous (p. 376) -- First snowfall, the / James Russell Lowell (p. 378) -- Prodigal son, the / New Testament- Luke 15:11-32 (p. 380) -- Polonius' advice to his son / William Shakespeare (p. 381) -- Abdul A-Bul-Bul A-Mir / Anonymous (p. 382) -- Grandfather's clock / Henry Clay Work (p. 384) -- When Johnny comes marching home / Patrick S. Gilmore (p. 385) -- Christmas day in the workhouse / George R. Sims (p. 386) -- Excelsior / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 389) -- Battle of Waterloo, the / Lord Byron (p. 390) -- Listeners, the / Walter De La Mare (p. 394) -- Death of Jesus, the / New Testament-Luke 23:1-46 (p. 395) -- Rock of ages / August M. Toplady (p. 397) -- Rock me to sleep / Elizabeth Akers Allen (p. 398) -- Ye mariners of England / Thomas Campbell (p. 399)."@en
schema:description"Evangeline- the prelude and the church scene / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 301) -- When the son of man shall come in his glory / New Testament- Matthew 25:31-46 (p. 304) -- In time of "the breaking of nations" / Thomas Hardy (p. 305) -- Letter to congress from valley forge, a / George Washington (p. 305) -- Man / William Shakespeare (p. 308) -- If I should die tonight / Arabella Eugenia Smith (p. 308) -- Lord Randal / Anonymous (p. 309) -- Raven, the / Edgar Allan Poe (p. 310) -- Marine's hymn, the / Anonymous (p. 313) -- Pippa's song / Robert Browning (p. 314) -- When you and I were young, Maggie / George W. Johnson (p. 314) -- Siege of Belgrade, the / Alaric Alexander Watt (p. 315) -- To an athlete dying young / A.E. Housman (p. 316) -- Easter morning / New Testament-Matthew (p. 317) -- Man he killed, the / Thomas Hardy (p. 317) -- Breathes there the man with soul so dead / Sir Walter Scott (p. 318) -- Wearin' 0' the green, the / Anonymous (p. 319) -- Requiescat / Oscar Wilde (p. 319) -- Dissertation upon roast pig, a / Charles Lamb (p. 320) -- Hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world, the / William Ross Wallace (p. 326) -- In memoriam- excerpt / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 327) -- Hamlet contemplates suicide / William Shakespeare (p. 328) -- Song / Sir William Watson (p. 329) -- Eulogy at his brother's grave / Robert G. Ingersoll (p. 330) -- Leak in the dike, the / Phoebe Casy (p. 331) -- Nantucket limerick and what followed, that / Anonymous (p. 335) -- Hohenlinden / Thomas Campbell (p. 336) -- Echoes / William Ernest Henley (p. 337) -- Bugle calls, words for army / Anonymous (p. 388) -- She is more to be pitied than censured / William B. Cray (p. 339) -- Which shall it be? / Ethel L. Beers (p. 340) -- If I were king / Justin Huntly Mc Carthy (p. 342) -- Hare and the tortoise, the / Aesop (p. 342) -- Cloud, the / Percy Bysshe Shelley (p. 343) -- Good Samaritan, the / New Testament- Luke 10:25-37 (p. 345) -- To an insect / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 346) -- Farewell to Nancy / Robert Burns (p. 347) -- Ode on intimations of immortality / William Wordsworth (p. 347)."@en
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schema:description"Suicide's grave, the / W.S. Gilbert (p. 203) -- Opportunity / John James Ingalls (p. 204) -- "Believe me, if all those endearing young charms" / Thomas Moore (p. 204) -- Sermon on the mount, the, new testament- Matthew 5-7 (p. 205) -- Warren's address at bunker hill / John Pierpont (p. 211) -- To Althea, from prison / Richard Lovelace (p. 212) -- If I were a voice / Charles Mackay (p. 213) -- Home, sweet home / John Howard Payne (p. 214) -- Prospero ends the revels / William Shakespeare (p. 215) -- Village blacksmith, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 215) -- Bridge of sighs, the / Thomas Hood (p. 217) -- Rich man and the kingdom of heaven, the / New Testament- Matthew 19:13-30 (p. 218) -- Woodman, spare that tree / George P. Morris (p. 219) -- Thirteen sisters, the / Stephen Vincent Benet (p. 220) -- Still the wonder grew / Oliver Goldsmith (p. 221) -- How sleep the brave / William Collins (p. 222) -- Don Juan, from / Lord Byron (p. 222) -- Richard Cory / Edward Arlington Robinson (p. 222) -- Massa's in de cold, cold ground / Stephen Foster (p. 223) -- Sheridan's ride / Thomas Buchanan Read (p. 224) -- Heights, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 225) -- Wonderful tar-baby story, the / Joel Chandler Harris (p. 226) -- How Mr. rabbit was too sharp for Mr. fox / Joel Chandler Harris (p. 227) -- How doth the little busy bee / Isaac Watts (p. 229) -- When other lips and other hearts / Alfred Bunn (p. 229) -- Picture that is turned toward the wall, the / Charles Graham (p. 230) -- Burial of Sir John Moore / Charles Wolfe (p. 231) -- Things that are Caesar's, the / New Testament- Matthew (p. 232) -- Maud Muller / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 232) -- Columbian oration, the / Chauncey Mitchell Depew (p. 236) -- Hiawatha's childhood / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 237) -- Hope / Alexander Pope (p. 239) -- Shepherd's boy, the, / Aesop (p. 239) -- Lost / Anonymous (p. 239) -- Spell of the Yukon / Robert W. Service (p. 240) -- One Hoss Shay, (The deacon's masterpiece), the / Oliver Wendell Holmes (p. 242) -- Kissin' / Anonymous (p. 245) -- Declaration of independence, the / Thomas Jefferson (p. 245)."@en
schema:description"Comin' thro' the rye / Robert Burns (p. 450) -- Epitaph placed on his daughter's tomb / Mark Twain (p. 450) -- Tears, idle tears / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 451) -- Salute to our flag / Anonymous (p. 451) -- On conciliation with America / Edmund Burke (p. 451) -- Pure heart, the / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 454) -- Thanatopsis / William Cullen Bryant (p. 455) -- Gifts / James Thompson (p. 457) -- Love's not time's fool / William Shakespeare (p. 457) -- Just for today / Samuel Wilberforce (p. 458) -- In the beginning was the word / New Testament- John 1:1-17 (p. 459) -- Epigram / Samuel Taylor Coleridge (p. 459) -- World is too much with us, the / William Wordsworth (p. 460) -- Old superstitions / Anonymous (p. 460) -- Moth and the flame, the / George Taggert (p. 461) -- Barefoot boy, the / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 462) -- Where is my wandering boy to night? / Anonymous (p. 465) -- Mermaid, the / Anonymous (p. 465) -- Wife of usher's well / Anonymous (p. 466) -- I shall not pass again this way / Anonymous (p. 468) -- Crow and the pitcher, the / Aesop (p. 468) -- Ulysses / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 469) -- Bredon Hill / A.E. Housman (p. 471) -- D.L. & W.'s phoebe snow jingles / Anonymous (p. 472) -- Inscription on general post office, New York, N.Y. / Herodotus (p. 473) -- Ben Bolt / Thomas Dunn English (p. 473) -- When, in disgrace- / William Shakespeare (p. 474) -- Charge of the light brigade, the / Alfred, Lord Tennyson (p. 475) -- Source of news / Anonymous (p. 476) -- Skeleton in armor, the / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (p. 477) -- We are seven / William Wordsworth (p. 481) -- American flag, the / Joseph Rod-man Drake (p. 483) -- I've been workin' on the railroad / Anonymous (p. 485) -- Lasca / Frank Desprez (p. 485) -- Silver threads among the gold / Eben E. Rexford (p. 488) -- Lochinvar / Sir Walter Scott (p. 489) -- Henry V at Harfleur / William Shakespeare (p. 490) -- Lincoln's Gettysburg Address / Abraham Lincoln (p. 491) -- America / Samuel Francis Smith (p. 492) -- In school days / John Greenleaf Whittier (p. 493) -- Seein' things / Eugene Field (p. 494) -- Drake's drum / Sir Henry New Bolt (p. 495) -- Great lover, the / Rupert Brooke (p. 496) -- Before sleeping / Anonymous (p. 498) -- Old familiar faces, the / Charles Lamb (p. 498) -- Battle of Blenheim, the / Robert Southey (p. 499)."@en
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