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BEAUTIFUL

POETRY

A Retop of the Choicest Poetry of the Present

and the Past.

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NrICE.—This work is designed to form a collection of the choicest
Poey in the English Language. Nothing but what is really good
wilde admitted. No original poetry will find a place.

London:
JOHN CROCKFORD, 29, ESSEX STREET,

STRAND.

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NOTICE.

The Fifth Series of BEAUTIFUL POETRY is now published.

It may be had in cloth, at 58. 6d., or superbly bound in green and gold, or in purple and gold, as may be desired, for 78. 6d., for New Year's Gifts, or Prizes, for which it is peculiarly adapted.

It will be forwarded by post, paid, to any person inclosing a PostOffice Order or Postage Stamps for the price; or by order of all Booksellers.

The second editions of the First, Second, Third, and Foirth Series may still be bad, price 5s. 6d. each in plain cloth; or in green and gold, or purple and gold, at 78. 6d. each.

Covers, in plain blue cloth, for binding Volumes I., II., IIL, IV., and V., may be had, price 1s. each.

A volume of BEAUTIFUL POETRY will be completed in the course of the year, so as to form a record of the choicest Poetry that a pears during the year, with a selection from the best Poetry of the Past

It will be published on the 1st of each month, in Numbers, prict 4d.; also in Quarterly Parts, price ls.

Complete, it will be a valuable Year-book of Poetry.

Advertisements will be inserted on the cover at 28. 6d, for Two Liles, or Twenty Words, and 6d. for every additional Ten Words; or will be stitched in with the leaves. From the nature of its circulation, it will be an unequalled medium for Advertisements of Poetical Publications

PUBLISHERS and Poets are requested to send poetical works fo notice in BEAUTIFUL POETRY, addressed to the EDITOR, CRITIO Office 29, Essex-street, Strand.

BEAUTIFUL POETRY.

A SELECTION

OF THE CHOICEST OF

THE PRESENT AND THE PAST,

FOR

1859.

SELECTED BY THE EDITORS OF

The Critic, London Literary Journal

.

SIXTH SERIES.

London:

JOHN CROCKFORD, 19, WELLINGTON STREET NORTH,

STRAND.

1859.

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