Poetry for Repetition

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Henry Twells
Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green, 1864 - 290 páginas
 

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The Heavenly Canaan Dr Watts 13 The Chameleon Merrick
20
The Use of Flowers Howitt
22
The Soldiers Dream Campbell
23
The Storm Mrs Hemans
24
The Meeting of the Waters T Moore 18 The Common Lot J Montgomery
26
Father William Southey
27
Early Piety Bishop Heber
28
Charity Prior o
29
The Burial of Sir John Moore Wolfe
32
Casabianca Mrs Hemans
34
Remembrances T Hood
36
The Nightingale and the Glow Cowper
37
Paraphrase on Psalm xxiii Addison
38
The Travellers Dog Wordsworth
39
The Pond Dr Byrom 30 Melrose Abbey Sir W Scott
44
The Coming of the Messiah Pope
45
He never smiled again Mrs Hemans
47
The Battle of the Baltic Campbell
49
Boadicea Cowper
52
The Graves of a Household Mrs Hemans
53
The Builders T Moore
54
Gratitude to God Addison
55
The Parrot Campbell
56
The Three Sons Moultrie
57
Gelert Spencer
58
The Village Preacher Goldsmith
59
Lay of the Imprisoned Huntsman Sir W Scott
60
The Last of the Flock Wordsworth SO 40 Victorias Tears Mrs Browning
62
Sweet Auburn Goldsmith
64
Zaras Earrings J G Lockhart
65
The Rainbow Campbell
67
The Better Land Mrs Hemans
71
48 The Sailors Mother Wordsworth
73
The Best kept till Last Keble
75
Saturday Afternoon N P Willis
76
Cardinal Wolsey Dr Johnson
78
The Holly Tree Southey
81
Confidence in
91
The Battle of Hohenlinden Campbell
93
Those Evening Bells Moore
95
Elegy written in a Country Church yard Gray
96
Bruce to his Army Burns
101
The Invocation Mrs Hemans
102
The Parish Schoolmaster Goldsmith
103
Lucy Gray Wordsworth
104
The Dissolution of Friendship Coleridge
106
The Dream of Eugene Aram T Hood
107
Branksome Hall Sir W Scott
112
The Aldermans Funeral Southey
113
The Poplar Field Cowper
118
Napoleon and the Young English Sailor Campbell
120
Theres a Garden of Roses T Moore
122
Noontide Wordsworth
123
The Death of Marmion Sir W Scott
124
A Father reading the Bible Mrs Hemans
125
The Book of Nature Keble
130
The Field of Waterloo Lord Byron
132
Friends J Montgomery
134
Schooldays Cowper
135
The Death of Virginia Lord Macaulay
136
The Hour of Prayer Mrs Hemans
137
Ye Mariners of England Campbell
138
The Visible Creation J Montgomery
139
From Greenlands Icy Mountains Bishop Heber
141
Alls for the best Tupper
142
Music T Moore
143
My Library
144
Trust in Gods Providence Thomson
145
The Trumpet Mrs Hemans
146
The Dog and the Waterlilies Cowper
147
Morning Keble
148
The Deathbed T Hood
151
The Seasons Bishop Heber
152
Oh weep for those Lord Byron
155
wandered lonely Wordsworth
156
What is Prayer ? J Montgomery
157
The Village Alehouse Goldsmith
159
The Star of Bethlehem Kirke White
161
Love of our Country Sir W Scott
175
On the Receipt of my Mothers Picture Cowper
176
Mercy Shakespeare
180
A Psalm of Life Longfellow
181
The Cross Roads Southey
182
Hymn of the Hebrew Maid Sir W Scott
186
Eves Lament on her Expulsion from Paradise Milton
187
Newspapers Crabbe
188
Home Goldsmith
189
Ginevra
190
Rogers
192
Death Blair
193
Light for All R Gilfillan
194
The King envying the Peasant Shakespeare
195
The Voice of Spring Mrs Hemans
197
Eves Conjugal Love Milton
200
Christmas Sir W Scott
201
Reflections of King Hezekiah in his Sickness Mrs H More
204
The Mysteries of Providence Cowper
205
Solitude Lord Byron
206
Mark Antonys Oration Shakespeare
208
The Fame of Horatius Cocles Lord Macaulay
212
14 God the only Comforter T Moore
213
Human Life Rogers
214
Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise Milton
216
Thou art gone to the Grave Bishop Heber
217
An English Peasant Crabbe
219
Coronach Sir W Scott
221
The Slaves Dream Long fellow
222
On the Death of Henry Kirke White Lord Byron
223
Morning Hymn of Adam and Eve in Paradise Milton
224
New Years Eve Tennyson
226
The East Lord Byron
228
Resignation Burns
229
Thoughts on Time
230
Young
231
Isle of Beauty T H Bayley 156 The Eagle and Child Rogers
232
Hiawathas Hunting Longfellow
233
The Peri at the Gate of Paradise T Moore
235
The Becalmed Ship Coleridge
236
Henry IV s Soliloquy on Sleep Shakespeare
238
Christian Brotherhood Keble
239
She dwelt amidst the untrodden ways Wordsworth
240
The Treasures of the Deep Mrs Hemans
241
The Glove and the Lions Leigh Hunt
242
The Seven Ages Shakespeare
243
Detached Fragments Scott
244
The Blessing of a Concealed Future Pope
245
Sentimental Religion imental Religion Jane Taylor
246
The Architects Longfellow
248
Dream of the Condemned Telon Crabbe 172 True Glory Milton
251
Robin Hood Keats
252
Henry V before Harfleur Shakespeare
253
The Coming of Evening Lord Byron
254
King Henry V and the Hermit of Dreux Southey
255
The Return from School Moultrie
258
The Power of Music Shakespeare
259
Noras Vow
260
God in Nature Cowper
262
The Ebb Tide Southey
264
Napoleons Farewell Lord Byron
265
The Waterfall and the Brier Rose Wordsworth
266
Fitzjames and Roderick Dhu Sir W Scott
268
Prince Arthur pleading with Hubert for his Eyes Shakespeare
270
The Vale of Cashmere T Moore
271
The Death of Samson Milton
272
The Weakest Thing Mrs Browning
274
The Waterfall Thomson
275
Faith and Reason Crabbe
276
The Ocean Lord Byron
277
Christ weeping over Jerusalem Keble
279
The Sunbeam Mrs Hemans
281
The Dead Man of Bethany Tennyson 232
282
Suicide Shakespeare
283
A Poets Childhood Beattie
284
The Beauty of Nourmahal T Moore
287
The Christian Freeman Cowper
288

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