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0 Thou that dwellest in the heaven so high

(Anonymous) 288
O thou, that, with surpassing glory crown'd (Milton) 30
Of all the thoughts of God that are (E. Barrett

Browning) 215
Of Nelson and the North.....

.(Campbell) 144
Of these the false Achitophel was first (Dryden) 48
Oft I had heard of Lucy Gray (Wordsworth) 120
Oft in the stilly night...

(T. Moore) 150
On what foundation stands the warrior's pride ....

(Dr. Johnson) 68
Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting (Wordsworth) 122
Out of the bosom of eternal bliss

(Spenser) 5

Rise, crown'd with light, imperial Salem, rise (Pope)

56

Sacred be his cottage

(Rogers) 114
See, the fire is sinking low

(Longfellow) 247
She dwelt among the’ untrodden ways (Wordsworth) 117
She was a phantom of delight (Wordsworth) 116
Sing with me! sing with me!

(Anonymous) 287
Sleep breathes at last from out thee.. (Leigh Hunt) 154
So many years I've seen the sun

(Gambold) 70
Spirit that breathest through my lattice,-thou

(Bryant) 235
Sweet bird that sing'st away the early hours

(Drummond) 17
Sweet stream, that winds through yonder glade

(Cowper) 96

Take, holy earth ! all that my soul holds dear ....

(W. Mason) 79
Tender softness ! infant mild !.. (Mehetabel Wesley) 59
That I, who could have died to give (W'. M. Bunting) 201
The’ Assyrian came down like a wolf on the fold ..

(Byron) 157
The bark that held a prince went down (Mrs. Hemans) 174

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The bell has toll’d the mid-day hour! (Anonymous) 283
The burials have been many.. ...... (Tom Taylor) 268
The curfew tolls the knell of parting day .. (Gray) 72
The fiery courser, when he hears from far (Dryden) 49
The glories of our birth and state........ (Shirley) 24
The Lord of Might from Sinai's brow (Bp. Heber) 151
The Moslem spears were gleaming (Mrs. Hemans) 178
The poetry of earth is never dead

(Keats) 186
The seas are quiet when the winds are o'er (Waller) 26
The spring is here--the delicate-footed May

(N. P. Willis) 272
The twentieth year is well nigh past .... (Cowper) 97
The voice which I did more esteem (G. Wither) 19
The western waves of ebbing day (Sir W. Scott) 126
Then before all they stand—the holy vow (Rogers) 113
There was a sound of revelry by night .... (Byron) 158
These, as they change, Almighty Father, these

(Thomson) 60
This morning, timely wrapt with holy fire (Ben Jonson) 12
This world of wonders, where our lot is cast (Alford) 229
Thrice happy he, who, by some shady grove

(Drummond) 17
Through suffering and sorrow thou hast past......

(J. R. Lowell) 254
'Tis

gone, that bright and orbed blaze (Keble) 169
'Tis night, and the landscape is lovely no more ....

(Dr. Beattie) 99
To be, or not to be, that is the question (Shakspeare) 9
To pomp and pageantry in nought allied .. (Crabbe) 102
Toll for the Brave

(Cowper) 94
Triumphing chariots, statues, crowns of bays

(Drummond) 16
'Twas twilight, and the sunless day went down

(Byron) 163
Under a spreading chestnut-tree (Longfellow) 250

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Underneath this sable hearse... (Ben Jonson) 13
Welive not in our moments or our years (Abp. Trench) 272
We watch'd her breathing through the night

(Thomas Hood) 189
Wee, modest, crimson-tipped flower (Burns) 104
Weigh me the fire, or canst thou find (Phineas Fletcher) 15
What art Thou, Mighty One ? and where Thy seat !

(Kirke White) 156
What then is Taste, but these internal powers

(Akenside)
Whene'er a noble deed is wrought (Longfellow) 243
When God at first made man ........ (G. Herbert) 21
When I consider how my light is spent .. (Milton) 40
When Israel, of the Lord beloved .. (Sir W. Scott) 131
When last before her people's face her own fair face

she bent........ .... (E. Barrett Browning) 217
When nature feels the solemn hour is come.

(Professor Wilson) 156
When the radiant morn of creation broke (Bryant) 237
When the sheep are in the fauld, when the cows
come hame

(Lady Anne Barnard) 100
When Thou didst our Isaac give (C. Wesley) 64
When to the sessions of sweet silent thought......

(Shakspeare) 10
When young, and full of sanguine hope (C. Wesley) 65
While Butler, needy wretch! was yet alive

(S. Wesley, jun.) 58
Who is the honest man ?

(G. Herbert) 22

Ye mariners of England
You who dwell above the skies

(Campbell) 147
(G. Sandys) 14

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