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    KING ALFRED'S METRES OF BOETHIUS. K

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    KING ALFRED'S METRES OF BOETHIUS. O

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    To the high tent. There the powerfu

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    But it is not made ready, Nor its d

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    ICELANDIC LANGUAGE AND POETRY. rive

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    ICELANDIC LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 35 i

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    THE VOLUSPA: OR THE ORACLE OF THE P

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    The sun turns pale j The spacious e

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    VAFTHRUDNFS-MAL : THE DISCOURSE OF

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    If thy all-embracing mind Know the

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    SKIRNIS-FOR : SKIRNER'S EXPEDITION.

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    on the other, and she was borne on

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    Forward held we These six months so

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    To Gunlaug fondly joined In peace w

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    We smote with swords ; my parting b

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    " Hallowed be the day, Praised the

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    Seldom did I the steel withhold, Or

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    DANISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY THE Dani

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    DANISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 61 The

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    DANISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 63 vers

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    They fought ae day , for three they

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    And she was the proud Hvenild, that

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    " Thou turn thee, now, King Tidrick

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    Theretill came Lady Gunde Hette, In

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    " To my father my steed sae tall I

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    Lang stuid she, the proud Eline, No

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    The husbande turn'd him snell 5 abo

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    THE MER-MAN, AND MARSTIG'S DAUGHTER

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    Saint Oluf he trusted in Christ alo

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    Give thou to me my share with every

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    STORM. out Stockings) is looked as

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    Thus young Hialte rushed to glory,

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    Thy every meditation Bid thither, t

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    What Jura's peak, to that upon whos

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    printed it, he would do so. This pa

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    then : NOUREDDIN. Loo

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    TJ e leaves of flowers, to me alone

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    Trust not my looks ; my features ar

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    and say, HAKOM Visit him ; What dou

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    HAKON. Fear not, These are the stat

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    Even he himself. THORA. And hast th

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    OLAF. Indeed ? Can this be so ? Is

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    Boy, tell me all ! KARKER. There ca

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    The high UNIQUE ; the noblest works

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    And by supernal powers upheld. OEHL

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    Such were to me his epithets. Misle

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    MARIA. A.t last, I, too, Can say th

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    The affrighted sons of Askur feel t

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    The elephant's tusks from the burni

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    O lovely field, and forest fair, An

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    THE ASPEN. WHAT whispers so strange

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    SWEDISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 127 Dl

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    SWEDISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 129 ol

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    SWEDISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 131 iv

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    HILLEBRAND. HILLEBRAND served in th

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    Arid the war-man eacn oar grasps ti

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    " Lay thee down as sick, lay thee d

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    " Duke Magnus, Duke Magnus, bethink

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    living sense of all things dear ! G

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    Now man creates a warmth by fires,

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    A beauty in her time famed far and

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    "olded buds Spring still sleeps and

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    In the next canto the scene changes

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    spirit on a cloud. At the altar the

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    sings rise within him, and he hears

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    A hunter grown, through den and dal

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    Whilst his love-beaming gaze Was re

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    Then Frithiof, moved, approached hi

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    Thence he surveyed, in merry mood,

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    There deer enjoyed the verdant shad

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    Simply and solemnly now proceeded t

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    Love is the root of creation, God's

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    Unto the blind man is not, but is b

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    winged horse, of the highest mettle

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    ATTERBOM. STAGNEL1US. 173 [She burs

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    That shines seraphically o'er life'

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    " The trees gently bent O'er the pl

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    Enlightened pair >n ! tell me, wilt

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    us, Vol. II.) ; GERMAN LANGUAGE AND

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    GERMAN LANGUAGE AND POETRY 183 reve

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    .hen ascended in cathedram, having

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    GERMAN LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 187 VII

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    FIRST PERIOD. CENTURIES VIII. -XL S

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    ne of the combatants at the poetica

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    orn in the latter half of the twel'

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    Fast by the fountain, where bright

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    And so will I pray, that, her feet

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    This is all thine own, sweet May !

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    More sweet each passing hour, The l

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    In the raging fight each pennon whi

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    n divers ways, all successively fel

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    Twelve giants found the knights all

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    Mirror of ladies lovely, fain would

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    The Christian wound St. George's sh

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    The Christian hero thanked his God

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    * Brothers we are," so spake the mo

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    About the cavern roved they, in mic

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    "And how is't now, KingGunther? her

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    at last, by promises, she persuades

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    the praises of his enLperor in the

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    HAGEN AT THE DANUBE. HAGEN of Trone

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    " The noble king of Burgundr lies w

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    It was the Archduke Leopold, So lor

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    Up to the chin they waded in ; Like

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    Here shall thou dwell the while in

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    Once did I sit, thou oridegroom gay

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    THE CASTLE IN AUSTRIA. THERE lies a

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    LUTHER. KNAUST. FOURTH PERIOD. CENT

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    ABRAHAM A SANCTA CLARA. ' the cause

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    Earned all he wished, his heart was

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    Was the first day that she had dare

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    We listened, in amazement lost, As

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    Breath'dst into her, to form thy im

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    Ne'er sweetly trembled, when adorin

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    .end with obstacles his whole life

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    NATHAN. Then were the interested th

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    After he had long obtained the fath

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    And every cloud from the lowering s

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    WIELAND SEVENTH PERIOD. FROM 1770 T

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    new-fangled, old- German Nazarenes,

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    " Haste ! Sherasmin exclaims ; " no

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    lished at TQbingen and Stuttgart, i

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    " And what do you know, now I pray,

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    Herder had uarked with fire. From t

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    That selfsame night she dreamed A l

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    etry he had to leave to the school

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    " Look up, look up ! an airy :rew I

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    The sun, the moon, and timeous star

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    Father, O, when life's last drops a

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    the wealth of an eminently gifted m

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    minating himself. For the world he

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    their gaze is ever steady, and thei

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    Thou earnest to the altar here, Out

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    CHORUS OP WITCHES. The stubble is y

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    They breed, and innovation drags us

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    River, river, glide along, Without

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    FRIEDRICH LEOPOLD GRAF ZU STOLBERG.

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    Beneath thee is smiling the peacefu

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    year ; but in 1766, he was placed a

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    EXTRACT FROM LUISE. MAY the blessin

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    With trusty guidance, roamed the ag

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    more powerfully and victoriously th

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    i'rom the pen of Sir Edward Bulwer

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    To the dark lap of mother earth We

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    "KNIGHT, KNIGHT TOGGENBURG. to love

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    And small reward will crown his hop

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    1819, Prelate. He died at Schwetzin

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    Fair is the meadow's green, the val

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    By mini;. By what contrivance ? PRI

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    SECOND OFFICER. He 'B standing in t

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    Against you all his solitary life.

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    Cooler breezes, quivering, Through

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    ' His life, At its beginning and it

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    And said to him : * Go and complete

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    Which is the German's fatherland ?

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    other labois, he assisted Gaudy in

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    .ingers among these knights and son

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    Then in this same boat beside Sat t

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    Still, as I sang, thy form was floa

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    From the sun's might away may the c

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    As 'neath the power of a dream The

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    "The trumpet's festal warning Shall

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    " And wilt thou, little bird, go wi

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    We spoke of coasts far distant, HEI

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    LAMENTATION FOR THE GOLDEN AGE. WOU

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    GNOME. O all ye lightnings, No mete

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    THE CENSOR MANY a hero-priest is sh

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    A. king, in truth, a king of song !

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    He thinks of the far, far distant N

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    O, let the flames that burn unfed W

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    Come ! never sit a-trembling wauns

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    Which only knoweth Its own deep woe

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    GEORG HERWEGH. THIS young poet, a n

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    DUTCH LANGUAGE AND POETKY. THE Dutc

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    DUTCH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 373 the

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    DUTCH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. The poet

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    THE HUNTER FROM GREECE. A. HUNTER w

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    " What ! No lord, no man of birth,

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    O cnarming creature rare, Can aught

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    D, blest abode, where love is ever

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    Or bridal robe for Iris made From e

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    Dad taste, but very ingenious and e

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    A father, who in wisdom guided The

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    E'en as the growing mountain-curren

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    BROEKHUIZEN. SMITS. -BILDERDIJK. 39

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    Thou dazzling, driving, despot powe

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    And every birthday festival, Some e

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    Five-and-twenty years thou 'st pass

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    THE SABBATH. ON the seventh day rep

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    FRENCH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. AFTER t

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    1RENCH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 405 for

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    FRENCH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 407 3d

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    FRENCH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 40U To

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    FRENCH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 411 wer

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    FRENCH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 413 fru

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    CHANSONS DE GESTE, LAIS, LEGENDS, A

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    CHANSONS DE GESTE, LAIS, LEGENDS, A

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    CHANSONS DE GESTE, LAIS, LEGENDS, A

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    CHANSONS DE GESTE, LAIS, LEGENDS, A

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    CHANSONS DE GESTE, LAIS, LEGENDS, A

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    LYRIC POEMS OF THE TROUVERES. 425 I

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    LYRIC POEMS OF THE TROUVERES. 42? R

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    LYRIC POEMS OF THE TROUBADOURS. 429

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    Why, why LYRIC POEMS OF THE TROUBAD

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    LYRIC POEMS OF THE TROUBADOURS. 433

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    Nature, habit, both incline me LYRI

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    I cannot think that Avignon Will lo

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    about 1386, and was educated at the

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    CHARLES P'ORLE*ANS. SURVILLE. 44) S

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    MARTIAL DE PARIS. CRETIN. IS AURE.

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    CLEMENT MAROT. THIS celebrated epig

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    He, who would rouse thy eloquence d

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    1O CATHERINE DE MEDICIS, REGENT. TF

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    April, by thy hand caressed, Nature

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    DESPORTES. BERTAUT. HENRI IV. 45? P

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    CORNEILLE. 455 FOURTH PERIOD.-FROM

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    And for the public good can give al

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    Now, haughty Gorinaz, now guide tho

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    Found censors rigorous far beyond m

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    Indeed, he knew no other means. And

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    lis works was published by Saint-Su

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    Is there a preacher, brilliant, cha

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    BOILEAU DESPREAUX. RACINE. 469 Yes,

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    must not wed ! They they must not l

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    "n the Bastille, on account of a qu

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    That husband's honor, whom his wife

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    VER-VERT, THE PARROT. HIS ORIGINAL

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    The contemplation of man's wickedne

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    For him Elysium oped its portals, A

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    Or should he force his passage ther

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    PIERRE-JEAN DE BERANG.ER. BERANGER.

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    We~t thou bright but to their eyes,

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    I have not laiJ my head upon the gr

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    JEAN-FRANCOIS-CASIMIR DELAVIGNE. CA

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    ' Feel'st thou not, Rome, within th

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    Slumber on, sweet infant, Slumber p

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    MOONLIGHT. BRIGHT shone the merry m

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    A flower, a lonely flower, that die

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    [TALIAN LANGUAGE AND POETRY. LIKE t

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    ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 503 ci

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    ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 50x di

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    ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 507 Da

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    FIRST PERIOD.-CENTURIES XIII., XIV.

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    FIRST PERIOD.-CENTURIES XIJL, XIV.

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    Thus, in the life of Dante, closes

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    whirlwind, and dashed against each

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    And, calling to the " sighs, exclai

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    And then his pleasure was To claim

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    Created and eternally ordained. Cha

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    Singing received they in the midst

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    1327; and from that moment commence

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    dress he appears to have been somet

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    THOSE eyes, my bright arid glowing

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    Her form portrayed within the lucid

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    Strange bird he was, whereby I thou

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    Why was I not so bold to tell, For

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    When Alabaster heard his deep voice

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    OJARDO. LORENZO DE' MEDICI. 539 lie

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    LORENZO DE' MEDICI. POLIZIANO. 541

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    Such giaces deck your shape and air

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    his warm friend. Frederic, who succ

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    Blot from my book of life its early

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    written by him were represented. Bu

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    But stirred and ayi rekindled it, t

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    Wearied and wobegone, he fell to gr

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    T is time to prove the darts of oth

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    kingdom of Naples, and of Anna di M

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    BERNARDO TA SSO. FIRENZUOL A. ALAM

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    whc man then see. held the office o

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    60 deeply did a deadly venom sink,

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    GIOVANNI JELLA CASA. GIOVANNI DELLA

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    THE HIRELING NURSE. WHAT ceaseless

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    Ferrara, where he arrived in Octobe

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    Feathered their thoughts, their fee

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    With speeches kind he 'gan the virg

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    Love and thine eyos unable to withs

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    Without me, wheresoe'er I gaze arou

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    Rises no mountain to mine eyes unkn

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    As for this doctor's nose, some aut

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    Trust not, vain creditor, Thy oft d

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    Let the shout by Segni be Registere

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    the affection of the people. Thus,

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    All ye who jeer and scoff him, Will

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    She kindled at my words, and flamed

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    SONNET. JFT the dull joys that madd

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    She seemed, whene'er I viewed her,

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    Would vainly strive to solve my dee

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    It is thy hate alone, adored Prince

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    The poems of Savioli were published

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    :iimself not a little upon getting

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    To my unparalleled calamity All rem

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    PEOPLE. The laws, the laws alone !

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    Earth, tremulous and uncertain, roc

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    Strong arms and hearts of flame The

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    The Hours that late hung o'er thee,

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    Lo ! half the field already from th

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    Have fought, have seen thee general

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    Have they who joy to enhance the af

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    SPANISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. MUCH u

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    SPANISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 623 Be

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    SPANISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 625 th

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    SPANISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 627 Th

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    SPANISH LANGUAGE AND POETRY. the pe

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    SPANISH ^ANGUAGE AND POETRY. 631 he

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    Had you been weary of them, to cove

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    "Set my heart's brightest joy is sp

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    Thus from an ever-burning fire Inr

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    I stand unmoved, yet never, never s

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    HYMN TO THE VIRGIN. THOU Flower of

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    To sell our freedom for the fear of

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    Ye well may curse that rueful field

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    Thus said the sad Infanta: "I will

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    When she had made her orison, up fr

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    Vow stops the drum : close, close t

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    JUAN II. SANTILLANA. 653 POETS OF T

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    JUAN DE MENA. CARTAGENA. MANRIQUE.

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    But, in the life beyond the tomb, T

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    The faith of Constantine ; ay, more

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    He makes the coward brave he wakes

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    How oft beneath its folds lay hid T

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    THE SONG OF THE GALLEY. YE mariners

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    And Dryads fair among tne trees, Fa

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    The purple rose, white lily of the

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    FROM THE THIRD ECLOGUE. N a sweet s

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    LADY, thy face is written in my sou

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    Where is that courage, once in figh

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    SANTA TERESA. GIL POLO. SIL VESTRE.

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    Sometimes I chide, yet will he not

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    eelf with the lofty idealism of the

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    O streams, and shades, and hills on

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    derete died before reaching Arauco,

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    The roaring of the sea, the boister

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    even the most barren Muses with con

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    Mine eyes, ensanguined with thy gor

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    TIMONEDA. LEDESMA. G6NGORA. 6J3 "Th

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    G6NGORA CONTRERAS. OCANA. But they

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    deed, the most brilliant period of

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    BUSTOS. ftot more offended can thy

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    : iear, Shepherd ! thou who for thy

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    Earth, that passes like a shade, Va

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    ied Dona Esperanza de Aragon y la C

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    Bore her tender tears. She spake As

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    the military service, and he gained

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    OI.ARIN. Nay, the consequence Is cl

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    CYPRIAN. [ never Met a more learned

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    Soeak. DJBMON Since thou desirest,

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    OEMON. But a far mightier wisdom th

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    LUZAJN. N. F. DE MORA TIN. CAD ALSO

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    JOVELLANOS. YRI A RTE. I GLESI A S.

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    The wandering Wind now rests his we

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    your yowders, plasters, cataplasms;

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    MARTINEZ DE LA ROSA. RIVAS. 727 by

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    Last visited my brow ! Niagara ! rf

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    PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 731

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    PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE AND POETRY. 733

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    FIRST PERIODS-CENTURIES XI I. -XV.

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    GIL VICENTE. SAA DE MIRANDA. 737 TH

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    .o go to India, and he actually too

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    He, with an old man's wintry eye> s

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    Each year thy shipwrecked sons shal

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    I saw the Passions' pliant slave In

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    SILENT and cool, now freshening bre

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    In passion's chains to bind ; And t

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    DIOGO BERNARDES. DIOGO BERNARDES, w

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    LOBO. FARIA E SOUZA. DO CEO. 753 FR

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    B A CELLAR. VASCON CELLOS COUTINHC.

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    Dorningos was apprenticed to a hair

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    DA CUNHA. VALADARES GAMBOA. But tho

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    DINIZ DA CRUZ. FRANCISCO MANGEL. 76

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    THE FALL OF GOA. FALI EN is the emp

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    KINO. Arise, unhappy woman ! O natu

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    FROM THE GERMAN. Page 238. ANONYMOU

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    In the left wing O' th' palace ther

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    It is the governor. He brings the k

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    FROM THE FRENCH. Page 482. CHATEAUB

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    Unhonored, vainly seek'st the spot

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    SUPPLEMENT. 1870.

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    780 As more he drinketh, Knows man

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    782 SUPPLEMENT. The tree withereth

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    784 SUPPLEMENT. One night's ice ; T

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    786 Seemed deeply dyed With blood i

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    788 SUPPLEMENT. ANDERS CHRISTENSEN

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    790 SUPPLEMENT. ONE O'CLOCK. Help u

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    792 TRISTAN. No. Yet there 's proof

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    794 SUPPLEMENT. THE BATTLE-SONG OF

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    796 Infinite ! Omnipotent ! O thou,

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    798 THE SOUL. Ah me ! this thick gr

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    800 SUPPLEMENT. He dug lower dikes

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    802 Christian man saw never a world

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    804 SUPPLEMENT. How stands his head

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    8C5 SUPPLEMENT. of the artisan ; we

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    808 SUPPLEMENT. Spake of our blood

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    810 SUPPLEMENT. TRUST IN PROVIDENCE

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    812 SUPPLEMENT. Come thou who ne'er

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    814 SUPPLEMENT. Who marks thee well

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    816 HOW FAB FROM HERE TO HEAVEN? Ho

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    818 SUPPLEMENT. DESCENT TO HELL. On

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    820 SUPPLEMENT. Intimidated thus, w

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    822 SUPPLEMENT. Why then this endle

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    834 SUPPLEMENT. Brush with such as

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    826 SUPPLEMENT. A kiss from other l

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    What is her purpose ? Glorified her

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    830 SUPPLEMENT. And the young flowe

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    832 SUPPLEMENT. In the same year Al

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    834 SUPPLEMENT, OLIVIER BASSELIN. O

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    836 SUPPLEMENT. 'T is thou that clo

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    838 SUPPLEMENT. century before Milt

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    840 SUPPLEMENT. Though mastless, oa

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    842 nificent eyes, as powerful and

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    844 SUPPLEMENT. warm courtesy which

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    846 And from beneath her eyebrows t

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    848 SUPPLEMENT. It is broad day, wi

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    850 SUPPLEMENT. rendered himself, h

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    852 SUPPLEMENT. With what soft shad

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    854 SUPPLEMENT. Thy heart is racked

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    856 SUPPLEMENT. CIULLO D'ALCAMO. TH

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    858 SUPPLEMENT After the which, my

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    860 SUPPLEMENT. For where thou art

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    With armor on their chests, and bel

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    864 " Corso Donati, by whom he was

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    My lofty fancy passed as low as Hel

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    Arnold What more ! Thou slay'st the

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    870 SUPPLEMENT. by far the first, r

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    872 And in the earth from which it

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    874 SUPPLEMENT. What wouldst tell m

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    876 SUPPLEMENT. Leaving his drugs a

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    878 SUPPLEMENT. " Carrer was poor,

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    880 SUPPLEMENT Maiden, still and fa

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    Passes in silence, and the lightnin

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    884 SUPPLEMENT. enduring qualities

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    886 SUPPLEMENT. That morning I forg

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    Were burnt or froze, As down they s

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    890 GUTIERRE (aside). Who would not

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    892 And drives me from my native la

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    894 SUPPLEMENT. GUTIERRE. That you

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    DANIEL. An idolatress, is she * THO

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    898 DEATH (aside). O woe! Not to kn

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    900 SUPPLEMENT. FROM LIFE IS A DREA

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    902 SUPPLEMENT. SlGISMUND. Not anyt

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    04 SUPPLEMENT. Sure and certain was

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    906 SUPPLEMENT. Which you have not

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    908 Sufficeth me an humble strain :

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    910 SUPPLEMENT. Like a flower of od

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    912 SUPPLEMENT. Above the stream th

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    914 SUPPLEMENT. which we have spoke

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    916 SUPPLEMENT. GIL VICENTE. See pa

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    TEANSLATOES AND SOUECES. ^DAMSON. L

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    TRANSLATORS AND SOURCES. BASKERVILL

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