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    54 MARGARET PRESTON What dreams tha

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    56 JOSEPH PRIESTLEY OF THE PRINCIPL

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    58 SAMUEL IREX&US PRIME of foreign

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    PRIME, WILLIAM COWPER, an American

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    PRINGLE, THOMAS, a Scottish poet, b

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    66 THOMAS PRIKGLE With wild hoof sc

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    68 MATTHEW PRIOR lar. If his poetry

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    74 ADELAIDE ANNE PROCTER The women

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    PROCTER, BRYAN WALLER, an English l

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    8o BRYAN WALLER PROCTER I've lived

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    BRYAti WALLER PROCTER COME, LET US

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    EDtfA DEAN PKOCTOK With wafted chim

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    86 EDNA DEAK PROCTOR And over Hope'

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    90 RICHARD ANTHONY PROCTOR black ba

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    PRUDHOMME, SULLY, a French poet, bo

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    q6 SULLY PRUDHOMME Take comfort, kn

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    98 SAMUEL PURCHAS The following, fr

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    loo HOWARD PYLE ing whither I went.

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    to2 HOWARD PYLE " Look'ee, Jack Mac

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    PYTHAGORAS, a Grecian philosopher,

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    QUINCY, JOSIAH, an American statesm

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    114 JOSIAH QU1NCY vuiing for the ed

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    ii6 QUINTILIAN THE PERFECT ORATOR.

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    ii8 QUINTILIAN retreat and solitude

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    120 QU/NTILfAN a father or a son a

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    RABELAIS, FRANCOIS, a French eccles

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    T 24 FRANCOIS RABELAJS they saw ple

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    I28 JEAN RACINE thus pledged himsel

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    T32 JEAN RACINE should before this

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    142 WALTER RALEIGH The following pi

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    144 WALTER RALEIGH tion of which by

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    146 WALTZR KALE/GO* And as they do

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    RAMBAUD, ALFRED NICHOLAS, a French

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    1 5o ALFRED NICHOLAS RAMBAUD who is

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    152 ALFRED NICHOLAS RAMBAUD the ear

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    T54 ALLAN RAMSAY "equally faithful

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    156 ALLAN RAMSAY Dear Meg, be wise,

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    158 ALLAN RAMSAY The bleezing Sun b

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    i6o EDWARD BANNERMAN RAMSAY anecdot

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    Zg4 JAMES RYDER RANDALL Stalking wi

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    i 78 JEREMIAH EAME& RANK1X In Ayrsh

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    i8o RUDOLPH ERICH RASPE in the bore

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    RAWLINSON, GEORGE, an English Orien

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    1 86 CEOKGE RAWUXSON with their tri

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    i88 GEORGE RAWLINSON Testament." Th

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    RAWLINSON, SIR HENRY CRESWICKE, an

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    RAY, JOHN, an English naturalist, b

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    198 JOHN RA Y tion, no man more hum

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    302 HENRY JARVIS RAYMOND PRESIDENT

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    READ, THOMAS BUCHANAN, an American

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    208 1 THOMAS BUCHANAN READ The sent

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    THOMAS BUCHANAN READ 209 And in the

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    THOMAS BUCHANAN READ Hurrah ! hurra

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    CHARLES READE 23 " Get me some." Ou

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    CHARLES READE ais gave him eight th

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    CHARLES READE 2I7 sweet reminiscenc

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    REID, MAYNE, a British novelist, bo

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    MAYKR REID 22I "But the crevasse th

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    RENAN, JOSEPH ERNEST, a French phil

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    JOSEPH ERNEST KENAN" 225 and which

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    EBEN EUGENE KEXFOKD ru As if green

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    EBEtf EUGENE KEXFORD Kept tap, tap,

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    WILLIAM BARNES KffODES ?-; has caus

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    RICHARDSON, ALBERT DEANE,an America

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    ALBERT DEANE RICHARDSON 239 The Per

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    RICHARDSON, SAMUEL, an early Englis

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    RICHMOND, LEGH, an English divine a

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    RICHTER, JOHANN PAUL FRIEDRICH, com

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    RIDDELL, CHARLOTTE ELIZA LAWSON, an

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    CHARLOTTE ELIZA LAWSON RWDELL 263 b

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    RIDLEY, NICHOLAS, an English Bishop

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    NICHOLAS RIDLEY 267 require judgmen

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    RIDPATH, JOHN CLARK,* an American h

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    CLARK KIDPATIr face was full of gra

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    ,i JOHN CLARK R1DPATH 277 They love

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    KATE DOUGLAS RIGGS 281 she went on,

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    !KS WHITCOMB, a pop in dialed often

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    284 JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY One of the

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    JAMES WHITCOMB R1LEY The Old Man wo

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    JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY Middle-aged to

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    294 GEORGE R2PLEV Few books of any

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    3oo ANNE ISABELLA RITCHIE done in e

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    304 ANNE ISABELLA RITCHIE where her

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    RIVES, AMLIE, an American novelist

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    AMEL1E RIVES W minded o* th* angel

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    ROBERTS, CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS, a

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    ROBERTSON, FREDERICK WILLIAM, an En

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    FREDERICK WILLIAM ROBERTSON 313 mer

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    THOMAS WILLIAM ROfiKKTSON 315 of co

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    ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, a Scottish divi

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    WILLIAM ROBEXTSOtf 319 in all her a

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    ROBINSON, AGNES MARY FRANCES, an En

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    CHARLKS SEYMOUR ROBINSON 331 THE BO

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    ROBINSON, EDWARD, an American Bibli

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    EDWARD ROBINSON 335 and rich pastur

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    ROBINSON, FREDERICK WILLIAM, an Eng

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    FKLDKRlLk W/LLiAM ROBINSON ^ away.

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    ITF.NRY CRABB ROBTNSOtf J4$ period

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    HENRY CRABB ROBINSON 345 ion in the

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    THEKESE ALBERTIXE LOUTSR KOBWSON M7

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    THERESE ALBERTJNE LOUISE ROBINSON 3

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    FKANQO1S DK LA ROCHEFOUCAULD 351 an

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    FRAHqOIS DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD often

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    FRANCOIS DE LA XOCHRSOUCAULD 344 It

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    ROD VS7 th or, after having painted

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    RDOUAKD ROD .W to make his study ;

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    EDWARD PA YSON ROE 361 His Wt/e(\S8

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    EDWARD PA YSOW ROE 363 She lay with

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    ROGERS, HENRY, an English essayist

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    ROGERS, SAMUEL, an English poet, bo

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    SAMl /-;/. KOGEXS 3?l What to thy s

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    SAMUEL ROGERS 373 Who, like the eag

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    SAMUEL ROGF.KS j Yet here, methmka,

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    SAMUEL ROGERS 377 His Madelaine. In

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    SAMUEL ROGERS Laughing and looking

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    ROHLFS, ANNA KATHARINE (GREEN), an

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    ANNA KATHARINE ROItLF* 583 she quie

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    ROLAND, CHANSON DE, the most noted

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    CHANSON DE ROLAND -& The Archbishop

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    CHARLES KOLLIff 389 sagacity, it no

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    CHARLES ROIJ.IV 1QT former judgment

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    ALICE MARSLAND ROLLINS 393 never fl

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    RONSARD, PIERRE DE, a noted French

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    PIERRE DE RONSARD 3*7 Low on the tr

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    PIERRE DE RONSARD 399 God shield ye

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    GEORGE FREDERICK' ROOT 401 Perhaps

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    Europe (1823); Specimens from WILLI

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    WILLIAM KOSCOE 405 The approximatin

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    DANTR GARKfEL XOSSETTI 407 London i

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    DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI 409 The sun

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    DA1VTE GABR/EL ROSSETTI 4 n "There

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    DANTE GABKIEL KOSSETTl 415 Set up o

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    ! ROUSSEAU, JEAN JACQUES, a French

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    JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU &l my beloved

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    NICHOLAS ROWE 425 minster Abbey. Mi

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    ROWSON, SUSANNA (HASWELL), an Anglo

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    SUSAHNA ROWSOPf 429 No freedom sail

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    AY / DR1CH KVCKERT 433 One of the O

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    GIOVANNI RUFFJNl 435 church as the

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    GIOVANNI RUFFINI 437 eriminale, wit

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    RUMI, JALALADDIN, a Persian philoso

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    JALALADDIN RUMf 441 He alone knows

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    JOHANN LUDl'IG RUN 445 on a pension

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    JOHANN LUDVJG RUNEBERG 447 DO NOT R

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    JOHANN LUDVIG RUNKBERG 449 Prince W

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    JOHN RUSKI.V 431 lishcd as brochure

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    ^dMSis RUSSELL, IRWIN, an American

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    1RWIN RUSSELL 457 See how he keeps

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    IRWJN RUSSIIl. 46i HOPE. No matter

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    JOHN RUSSEI I. 463 tion he became,

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    JOHN RUSSELL ft to obtain for man,

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    WILLIAM CLARK RUSSELL A BURNING SEA

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    WILLIAM CLARK RUSSi 469 it was I co

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    RYAN, ABRAM JOSEPH, an American poe

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    ABR ,/.)/ H'SEPir KYAN 477 Lay your

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    ABKAM JOSEPH RYAN 479 THE CAUSE OF

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