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GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS,
This First Complete Edition of my Poems
IS AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED.
With a Pressed Flower
To Perdita, Singing
The Fatherland .
The Rose: A Ballad
I. TO A. C. L.
11. “What were I, Love"
III. “I would not have this perfect love"
IV. “For this true nobleness"
To the Spirit of Keats
VI. “Great Truths are portions of the soul"
VII. “I ask not for those thoughts”
VIII. TO M. W., on her birthday
IX. “My Love, I have no fear”
"I cannot think that thou"
XI. “There never yet was flower”
XII. Sub Pondere Crescit
XIII. “ Beloved, in the noisy city here"
XIV. On reading Wordsworth's Sonnets in Defence of Capital Punishment
XV. The same continued
XVI. The same continued
XVII. The same continued
XVIII. The same continued
XIX. The same continued
XX. To M. 0. S.
XXI. “Our love is not a fading, earthly flower
XXII. In Absence
XXIII. Wendell Phillips
XXIV. The Street
XXV. "I grieve not that ripe Knowledge"
XXVI. To J. R. Giddings .
XXVII. “I thought our love at full”
A Legend of Brittany
The Shepherd of King Admetus
An Incident in a Railroad Car .
A Glance behind the Curtain
A Chippewa Legend
Stanzas on Freedom
An Incident of the Fire at Hamburg
Hunger and Cold
To a Pine-Tree
Si Descendero in Infernum, Ades
To the Past
To the Future
The Present Crisis
An Indian-Summer Reverie .
The Growth of the Legend
The Oak .
Above and Below
An Interview with Miles Standish
On the Capture of Fugitive Slaves near Washington
To the Dandelion .
Studies for two Heads
On a Portrait of Dante by Giotto
On the Death of a Friend's Child
She Came and Went
Ode to France
Ode written for the Celebration of the Introduction of the Cochituate Water into the
City of Boston
Lines suggested by the Graves of two English Soldiers on Concord Battle-Ground 97
THE BIGLOW PAPERS. FIRST SERIES.
Notices of an Independent Press
Note to Title Page
I. A Letter from Mr. Ezekiel Biglow of Jaalam to the Hon. Joseph T. Buckingham 173
II. A Letter from Mr. Hosea Biglow to the Hon. J. T. Buckingham
DL What Mr. Robinson thinks
IV. Remarks of Increase D. O'Phace, Esq.
The Debate in the Sennit
VI. The Pious Editor's Creed .
VII. A Letter from a Candidate for the Presidency in Answer to suttin Questions
proposed by Mr. Hosea Biglow
VIII. A second Letter from B. Sawin, Esq.
A third Letter from B. Sawin, Esq.
THE BIGLOW PAPERS. SECOND SERIES.
1. Birdofredum Sawin, Esq., to Mr. Hosea Biglow
II. Mason and Slidell: A Yankee Idyll
Birdofredum Sawin, Esq., to Mr. Hosen Biglow
IV. A Message of Jeff Davis in Secret Sassion
V. Speech of Honourable Preserved Doe in Secret Caucus