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    WILLIAM WARE 41 lian of his attendi

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    WILLIAM WARE 43 husband, the noble

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    CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER 45 Work of Wa

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    CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER 49 largest or

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    WARNER, SUSAN, an American novelist

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    SUSAN WARNER 55 After the third tre

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    SUSAN WARNER 57 " How came you to b

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    SUSAN WARNER 59 little green things

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    SAMUEL WARREN 6l In 1851, upon occa

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    WARTON, JOSEPH, D.D., an English cr

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    JOSEPH WARTOtf 65 Her promised brid

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    THOMAS WARTON 67 abstracted alike h

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    THOMAS WARTON 69 educated in hawkin

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    GEORGE WASHINGTON RESPECTING HIS ST

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    GEORGE WASHINGTON 73 sider the valu

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    GEORGE WASHINGTON 75 Cayenne, with

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    GEORGE WASHINGTON 77 the deceased b

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    DAVID ATWOOD WASSON 79 and the sect

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    DAVID ATWOOD WASSON 8l Now thus I p

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    CLARA ERSKIWE WATERS 83 who instruc

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    WATSON, HENRY CLAY, an American jou

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    HENRY CLAY WATSON 87 are marvellous

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    JOHN WATSON 89 is neither Highland

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    WILLIAM WATSON 91 deranged, and was

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    Low, like another's, WILLIAM WATSON

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    1 WILLIAM WATSON Ah, rather as the

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    WILLIAM WATSON 97 False honor, and

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    HENRY WATTERSON 99 sectional combat

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    HENRY WATTERSON Ioj without credit,

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    WATTS, ISAAC, an English dissenting

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    ISAAC WATTS 107 nounce with justice

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    ISAAC WATTS Ever fluttering to be g

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    ISAAC WATTS Sweet fields beyond the

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    ISAAC WATTS Nor pain, nor grief, no

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    FRAMCIS WAYLAND 115 thinker," says

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    FRANCIS WAYLAND TT7 uble connection

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    FRANCIS WAYLAND II5 And if this dis

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    CHARLES HENRY WEBB 121 tion. There

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    CHARLES HENRY WEBB But I want some

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 125 by his son, were

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 127 In private life

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 13$ was civilized bu

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 131 it back, and say

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    DANIEL WEBSTER TSJ is the servant o

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 135 final decision o

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 137 longer the Decla

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 139 of mankind. We k

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 141 presented you to

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    DANIEL WEBSTER 143 every thing, eve

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    WEBSTER, JOHN, an English dramatist

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    1 JOHN WEBSTER 147 the most familia

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    JOHN WEBSTER 149 But I have an answ

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    NOAff WEBSTER 151 THE DIVINE ORIGIN

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    NOAH WEBSTER I53 the rattle-boxes o

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    NOAH WEBSTER 155 But our leading ch

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    JOHAN SEBASTIAN CAMMERMEYER WELHAVE

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    JOHAN SEBASTIAN CAMMERMEYER WELHAVE

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    DAVID AMES WELLS 163 than is presen

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    DAVID AMES WELLS T65 ation. If we l

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    ff. G. WELLS 167 taneous humor. The

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    H. G. WELLS 169 A LAND OF ENDLESS D

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    WERGELAND, HENRIK ARNOLD, a celebra

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    HENRIK ARNOLD WERGELAND 173 carried

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    HENRTK ARNOLD WERGELAND 175 proache

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    My HENR7K ARNOLD WERGELAND soul sha

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    FR1EDRICH LUDWIG ZACHARIAS WERNER r

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    Copyright, 1895, by HUNT & EATON, N

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    j82 CHARLES WESLEY Speak to " " my

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    WESLEY, JOHN, an English divine, fo

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    JOHN WESLEY 185 several other stude

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    JOHN WESLEY 187 the British Islands

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    JOHN WESLEY 189 London merchant. Th

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    JOHN WESLEY 191 Oh, when shall all

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    JOHAN HERMANN WESSEL 195 He nothing

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    JOHAN HERMANN WESSEL 19? Assiduousl

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    STANLEY WEYMAN.

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    aoo STANLEY J. WEYMAN of moisture,

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    ao2 RICHARD WHATELY a correspondent

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    204 RICHARD WHATELY have made his c

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    -^ 200 RICHARD WHATELY Tasman first

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    212 WILLIAM WHEWELL surface which h

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    2*4 EDWIN PERCY WII1PPL& MISUSE OF

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    216 EDWIN PERCY WHIFFLE Objects are

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    2i8 EDWIN PERCY WHIPPLE in the law,

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    WHITCHER, FRANCES MIRIAM, an Americ

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    222 FRANCES MIRIAM WHITCHER you nev

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    224 GILBERT WHITE THE HOUSE-MARTEN.

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    GILBERT WHITE 225 at first, perhaps

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    GILBERT WHITE 227 of the filth of t

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    HENRY KIRKE WHITE 220 tieth year, a

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    WHITE, RICHARD GRANT, an American e

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    RICHARD GRANT WHITE 233 ure, of fee

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    RICHARD GRANT WHITE 235 had made sl

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    RICHARD GRANT WHITE 237 them with f

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    WHITEFIELD, GEORGE, an English cler

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    GEORGE IVHITEFIELD 241 submit to Hi

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    WHITMAN, SARAH HELEN, an American p

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    SARAH HELEN WHITMAN" 245 Again I sa

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    - WALT WHITMAN. Photogravure From a

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    248 WALT WHITMAN Earth of the vitre

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    250 WALT WHITMAN1 The boatman singi

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    2 5 2 WALT WHITMAN Footsteps gently

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    254 WALT WHITMAN But the ship, the

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    256 ADELINE DUTTON TRAIN WHITNEY an

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    258 ADELINE DUTTOK TRAIN" WHITNEY B

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    260 WILLIAM DWIGHT WHITNEY treatise

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    26a WILLIAM DWIGHT WHITNEY (Ameska-

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    WHITTIER, JOHN GREENLEAF, an Americ

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    266 JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER Still s

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    aS2 JOHN CREENLEAF WH1TTIER And for

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    284 JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER Through

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    286 EDWARD WHYMPER medal, and the K

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    JOHN DE WICL1F THE SCRIPTURES. I ha

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    WIELAND, CHRISTOPH MARTIN, a German

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    294 CHRISTOPH MARTIN WIELAND Had en

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    096 SAMUEL WILBERFORCE USE AND MISU

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    WILCOX, ELLA (WHEELER), an American

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    300 ELLA WILCOX And the song seems

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    3 02 JOHN GARDNER WILKINSON for the

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    304 JOfftf GARDNER WILKINSON ivory,

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    306 WILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON conti

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    WILLARD, EMMA HART, an American edu

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    WILLARD, FRANCES ELIZABETH, an Amer

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    312 FRANCES ELIZABETH WILLARD him t

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    3T4 ROGER WILLIAMS Rhode Island (16

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    316 ROGER WILLIAMS G. Fox and Ed. B

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    3 i8 ROGER WILLIAMS their own eyes,

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    320 ROGER WILLIAMS magistrate, the

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    322 SAMUEL WELLS WILLIAMS when he r

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    WILLIS, NATHANIEL PARKER, an Americ

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    32 6 NATHANIEL PARKER WILLIS ing in

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    328 NATHANIEL PARKER WILLIS I watch

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    WILLSON, BYRON FORCEYTHE, an Americ

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    332 BYRON FORCEYTHE WILLSON " Now,

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    WILSON, ALEXANDER, a Scottish-Ameri

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    336 ALEXANDER WILSON The slow-ling'

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    338 AUGUSTA J. EVANS WILSON S. Hart

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    WILSON, JAMES GRANT, a Scottish-Ame

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    34 2 JAMES GRANT WILSON ary partner

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    344 JOHN WILSON tember, 1852, when

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    WILSON, THOMAS WOODROW, an American

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    348 THOMAS WOODROW WILSON whole gen

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    350 ALEXANDER WINCHELL geology, for

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    352 ALEXANDER W1NCHELL an attribute

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    354 EDWARD WINSLOW ambitious, being

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    WINSOR, JUSTIN, an American histori

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    358 JUSTIN W2KSOSt on any Ptolemaic

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    WINTER, WILLIAM, an American dramat

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    362 WILLIAM WINTER But send it from

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    364 JOHN WINTHROP exceeded his auth

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    WINTHROP, ROBERT CHARLES, an Americ

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    WINTHROP, THEODORE, an American nov

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    370 THEODORE WINTHROP ' And I think

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    372 THEODORE WINTHROP had been the

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    374 WILLIAM WIRT chaste or correct

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    376 smiled ! Possessing WILLIAM WIR

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    WISEMAN, NICHOLAS, an English Roman

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    380 NICHOLAS WISEMAN mind. Here and

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    382 JOHN WOLCOT theme for caricatur

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    WOLFE, CHARLES, a British poet, bor

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    WOOD, ELLEN (PRICE), an English nov

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    388 ELLEN WOOD full of them. So far

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    390 ELLEN WOOD saw a form in a monk

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    92 SAMUEL WOODWORTH THE OLD OAKEN B

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    394 SARAH CHAUXCEY WOOLSEY What may

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    396 THEODORE DWIGHT WOOLSEY ing, in

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    WOOLSON, CONSTANCE FENIMORE, an Ame

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    400 CONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON brig

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    402 CONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON they

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    404 CONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON " It

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    406 WILLIAM WORDSWORTH worth and hi

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    lo8 WILLIAM WORDSWORTH Then did the

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    4io WILLTAM WORDSWORTH If I were no

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    WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 4tl We stood tog

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    WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 413 Rich in true

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    WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 421 The Rainbow

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    WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 423 Forget the g

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    WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 425 ( in utterly

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    WORK, HENRY CLAY, an American song-

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    HENRY CLAY WORK 429 De darkies got

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    HENRY WOTTON 431 two short pieces,

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    THOMAS WYATT 433 DESPAIR COUNSELLED

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    YATES, EDMUND HODGSON, an English j

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    EDMUND HODGSON YATES 447 ing people

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    EDMUND HODGSON YATES 449 well verse

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    CHARLOTTE MARY YONGE 45! (1876); Lo

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    YOUNG, EDWARD, an eminent English p

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    EDWARD YOUNG 455 All pay themselves

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    EDWARD YOUNG 45g Is he not yet a ca

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    484 EMILE ZOLA d*Amour (1878); Nana

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    466 MILE ZOLA her tiny hands and fe

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    ZORRILLA Y MORAL, Jos,a Spanish poe

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    472 JOSE MORAL Y ZORRILLA The peopl

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    474 JOHANN HEINRICH DANIEL ZSCHOKKE

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