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INDEX OF TITLES.

A. C. L., To, 19.

Cochituate Water, Ode written for the Celebra-
Above and below, 79.

tion of the Introduction of the, into the City
Absence, 464.

of Boston, 96.
After the Burial, 350.

Columbus, 56.
Agassiz, 437.

Concord Bridge, Ode read at the One Hun-
Agro-Dolce, 467.

dredth Anniversary of the Fight at, 4:21.
A Fresco, 353.

Contrast, A., 76.
Aladdin, 358.

Courtin', The, 233.
Alexander, Fanny, To, 448.

Credidimus Jovem regnare, 488.
All Saints, 377.

Curtis, George William, Au Epistle to, 451.
Allegra, 10.
Ambrose, 78.

Dancing Bear, The, 469.
Anti-Apis, 94.

Dandelion, To the, 83.
Appledore, Pictures from, 361.

Dante, On a Portrait of, by Giotto, 87.
Arcadia rediviva, 461.

Dara, 349.
At the Burns Centennial, 493.

Darkened Mind, The, 376.
At the Commencement Dinner, 496.

Dead House, The, 367.
Auf Wiedersehen, 366.

Death of a Friend's Child, On the, 87.
Auspex, 474.

Death of Queen Mercedes, 469.

Debate in the Sennit, The, 189.
Bankside. 447.

Discovery, The, 475.
Bartlett, Mr. John, To, 380.

Dobson's, Mr. Austin, “Old World Idyils," On
Beaver Brook, 100.

receiving a Copy of, 446.
Beggar, The, 5.
Bibliolatres, 99.

E. G. de R., 449.
Biglow, Mr. Hoseal to the Editor of the Atlan Eleanor makes Macaroons, 472.
tic Monthly, 289.

Elegy on the Death of Dr. Channing, 104.
Biglow, Mr., Latest Views of, 279.

Ember Picture, An, 387.
BIGLOW PAPERS, THE, 155.

Endymion, 456.
Biglow's, Mr. Hosea, Speech in Maroh Meeting, Epistle to George William Curtis, An, 451.
291.

Estrangement, 463.
Birch-Tree, The, 80.

Eurydice, 89.
Birdofredum Sawin, Esq., to Mr. Hosea Biglow, Ewig-Weibliche, Das, 464.
235.

Extreme Unction, 76.
Birdofredum Sawin, Esq., to Mr. Hosea Biglow, Eye's Treasury, The, 470.
Birthday Verses, 463.

FABLE FOR CRITICS, A, 113.
Black Preacher, The, 459. .

Fact or Fancy ? 446.
Blondel, Two Scenes from the Life of, 394. Falcon, The, 48.
Bon Voyage ! 450.

Familiar Epistle to a Friend, A, 385.
Boss, The, 498.

Fancy's Casuistry, 379.
Boston, Letter from, 151.

Fatherland, The, 13.
Bradford, C. F., To, 446.

Festina lente, 262.
Brakes, The, 471.'

Finding of the Lyre, The, 352.
Brittany, A Legend of, 27.

First Snow-Fall, The, 350.
Broken Tryst, The, 467.

Fitz Adam's Story, 477.
Burns Centennial, At the, 493.

Flying Dutchman, The, 488.

Foot-Path, The, 390.
Captive, The, 79.

For an Autograph, 353.
Capture of Fugitive Slaves near Washington, Foreboding, A, 471.
On the, 82.

Forlorn, The, 14.
Casa sin Alma, 467.

Fountain, The, 10.
CATHEDRAL, THE, 107.

Fountain of Youth, The, 373.
Cervantes, Prison of, 470.

Fourth of July, 1876, An Ode for the, 430.
Changed Perspective, 499.

Fragments of an Unfinished Poem, 337.
Changeling, The, M.

France, Ode to, 92.
Channing, Dr., Elegy on the Death of, 104. “ Franciscus de Verulamio sic cogitavit,” 473.
Chippewa Legend, A, 54.

Freedom, 98.
Christmas Carol, A, 467.

Future, To the, 65.

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Garrison, W. L., To, 103.

| Lines (suggested by the Graves of two English
Ghost-Seer, The, 84.

Soldiers on Concord Battle-Ground), 97.
Giddings, J. R., To, 25.

Longing, 92.
Glance behind the Curtain, A, 49.

Love, 7.
Godminster Chimer, 355.

Love's Clock, 472
Gold Egg : A Dream-Fantasy, 383.
Graves of two English Soldiers on Concord Bat. M. O. S., To, 22.

tle-Ground, Lines suggested by the, 97. Mahmood, the Image-Breaker, 372.
Growth of the Legend, The, 74.

Maple, The, 469.

Masaccio, 354.
H. W. L., To, 388.

Mason and Slidell: a Yank
Hamburg, An Incident of the Fire at, 60.

Memoriæ Positum, 395.
Happiness, Ode to, 381.

Message of Jeff Davis in Secret Session, A,
Harvard Commemoration, Ode recited at the, | 261.
398.

Midnight, 15.
HEARTSEASE AND Rur, 435.

Miner, The, 383.
Hebe, 66.

Misconception, A, 498.
Heritage, The, 15.

Miss D. T., To, 450.
Holmes, To, 445.

Monna Lisa, 465.
Hood, To the Memory of, 106.

Mood, A, 368.
Hunger and Cold, 61.

Moon, The, 9.

My Love, 5.
In a Copy of Omar Khayyám, 446.

My Portrait Gallery, 468.
In Absence, 24.
In an Album, 495.

Nest, The, 462.
In the Half-Way House, 492.

New-Year's Eve, 1850, 353.
In the Twilight, 389.

New Year's Greeting, A, 475.
Incident in a Railroad Car, An, 44.

Nightingale in the Study, The, 389.
Incident of the Fire at Hamburg, An, 60. Nightwatches, 469.
Indian-Summer Reverie, An, 69.

Nomades, The, 359.
Inscriptions, 498.

Norton, Charles Eliot, To, 343.
For a Bell at Cornell University.
For a Memorial Window to Sir Walter Ra Oak, The, 77.

leigh, set up in St. Margaret's, Westminster, I Ode. An (for the Fourth of July.
by American Contributors.

Ode (In the old days of awe and keen-eyed won-
Proposed for a Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu der), 11.
ment in Boston.

Ode (read at the One Hundredth Anniversary
Interview with Miles Standish, An, 81.

of the Fight at Concord Bridge), 421.
Invita Minerva, 373.

Ode recited at the Harvard Commemoration,
Invitation, An, 358.

398.
Inverara, On planting a Tree at, 451.

Ode to France, 92.
Irené, 3.

Ode to Happiness, 381.

Ode (written for the Celebration of the Intro-
Jonathan to John, 252.

duction of the Cochituate Water into the

City of Boston), 96.
Keats, To the Spirit of, 20.

Omar Khayyam, In a Copy of, 446.
Kettelopotomachia, 283.

On a Portrait of Dante by Giotto, 87.
Kossuth, 101.

On an Autumn Sketch of H. G. Wild, 450.

On being asked for an Autograph in Venice,
Lamartine, To, 101.

468.
Landlord, The, 62.

On Board the '76, 397.
Latest Views of Mr. Biglow, 279.

On burning some Old Letters, 465.
Leaving the Matter open, 168.

On planting a Tree at Inverara, 451.
Legend of Brittany, A, 27.

On reading Wordsworth's Sonnets in Defence
L'Envoi (To the Muse), 404.

of Capital Punishment, 22.
L'Envoi (Whether my heart hath wiser grown On receiving a Copy of Mr. Austin Dobson's
or not), 25.

"Old World Idylls," 446.
Lesson, The, 474.

On the Capture of Fugitive Slaves near Wash-
Letter, A, from a candidate for the presidency ington, 82.

in answer to suttin questions proposed by Mr. On the Death of a Friend's Child, 87.
Hosea Biglow, inclosed in a note from Mr. On the Death of C. T. Torrey, 104.
Biglow, to S. H. Gay, Esq., editor of the Na Optimist, The, 465.
tional Anti-Slavery Standard, 194.

Oriental Apologue, An, 332.
Letter, A, from Mr. Ezekiel Biglow of Jaalam Origin of Didactic Poetry, 487.
to the Hon. Joseph T. Buckingham, editor of
the Boston Courier, inclosing a poem of his | Palfrey, John G., To, 102.
Bon, Mr. Hosea Biglow, 173.

Palinode. 366.
Letter, A, from Mr. Hosea Biglow to the Hon. Paolo to Francesca, 468.

J. T. Buckingham, editor of the Boston Cour Parable, A (An Ass munched Thistles, while a
ier, covering a letter from Mr. B. Sawin, pri- Nightingale), 497.

vate in the Massachusetts Regiment, 175. Parable, A (Said Christ our Lord, “I will go
Letter from Boston, 151.

and see "), 96.

To

Parable, A (Worn and footsore was the Pro Sub Pondere crescit. 22.
phet), 18.

To A. C. L., 19.
Parting of the Ways, The, 356.

To a Friend, 449.
Past, To the, 64.

To a Lady playing on the Cithern, 470.
Perdita, singing, To, 8.

To Fanny Alexander, 448.
Pessimoptimism, 470.

To J. R. Giddings, 25.
Petition, The, 466.

to M. O. S., 22.
Phillips, Wendell, 24.

To M. W., on her Birthday, 21.
Phoebe, 463.

Co Miss D. T., 450.
Pictures from Appledore, 361.

To the Spirit of Keats, 20.
Pine Tree, To a, 63.

To Whittier, 450.
Pioneer, The, 91.

Windock, Joseph, 448.
Pious Editor's Creed, The, 191.

With a copy of Aucassin and Nicolete, 451.
Portrait of Dante by Giotto, On a, 87.

With an Armchair, 449.
Prayer, 5.

Wyman, Jeffries, 448.
Pregnant Comment, The, 474.

Sower, The, 61.
Present Crisis, The, 67.

Speech of Honourable Preserved Doe in Secret
Prison of Cervantes, 470.

Caucus, 267.
Prometheus, 38.

Standish, Miles, An Interview with, 81.
Protest, The, 466.

Stanzas on Freedom, 56.

Street, The, 24.
Recall, The, 464.

Studies for two Heads, 86.
Remarks of Increase D. O'Phace, Esquire, at Sub Pondere crescit, 22.

an Extrumpery Caucus in State Street, re- Summer Storm, 6,
ported by Mr. H. Biglow, 183.

Sun-Worship, 499.
Remembered Music, 9.

Sunthin' in the Pastoral Line, 273.
Requiem, A, 18.
Rhocus, 46.

Telepathy, 473.
Rosaline, 17.

Tempora mutantur, 491.
Rose, The : a Ballad, 16.

Third Letter, A, from B. Sawin, Esq., 203.

Threnodia, 1.
Sayings, 498.

- 98.
Scherzo, 473.

To A. C. L., 19.
Science and Poetry, 475.

To a Friend, 449.
Scottish Border, 468.

To a Lady playing on the Cithern, 470.
Search, The, 66.

To a Pine-Tree, 63.
Seaweed, 352.

To C. F. Bradford, 446.
Second Letter, A, from B. Sawin, Esq., 197. To Charles Eliot Norton, 343.
Secret, The, 476.

T. H. W. L., 388.
Self-Study, 360.

To Holmes, 445.
Serenade, 41.

To J. R. Giddings, 25.
She came and went, 90.

To John G. Palfrey, 102.
Shepherd of King Admetus, The, 44.

To Lamartine, 101.
Si descendero in Infernnm, ades, 63.

To M. O. S., 22.
Singing Leaver, The, 351.

To M. W., on her Birthday, 21.
Sirens, The, 2.

To Miss D. T., 450.
Sixty-Eighth Birthday, 499.

To Mr. John Bartlett, 380.
Song (O moonlight deep and tender), 19. To Perdita, singing, 8.
Song (To M. L.), 9.

To the Dandelion, 83.
Song (Violet ! sweet violet !), 17.

To the Future, 65.
SONNETS.

To the Memory of Hood, 106.
Bankside, 447.

To the Past, 64.
Bon Voyage ! 450.

To the Spirit of Keats, 20.
Brakes, The, 471.

To W. L. Garrison, 103.
Dancing Bear, The, 469.

To Whittier, 450.
Death of Queen Mercedes, 469.

Token, The, 44.
E. G. de R., 449.

Torrey, c. T., On the Death of, 104.
Eye's Treasury, The, 470.

Trial, 48.
Foreboding, 471.

Two Gunners, The, 168.
In Absence, 24.

Two Scenes from the Life of Blondel, 394.
Maple, The, 469.
Nightwatches, 469.

Under the October Maples, 472.
On an Autumn Sketch of H. G. Wild, 450. Under the Old Elm, 424.
On being asked for an Autograph in Venice, UNDER THE WILLOWS, 343.
468.

Unhappy Lot of Mr. Knott, The, 321.
On reading Wordsworth's Sonnets in Defence
of Capital Punishment, 22.

Villa Franca, 382.
Paolo to Francesca, 468.

VISION OF SIR LAUNFAL, THE, 107.
Pessimoptimism, 470.

Voyage to Vinland, The, 368.
Phillips, Wendell, 24.
Scottish Border, 468.

Washers of the Shroud, The, 392.
Street, The, 24.

What Mr. Robinson thi.ks, 179.

What Rabbi Jehosha said, 377.
Whittier, To, 450.
Wild, A. G.,'On an Autumn Sketch of, 450.
Wind-Harp, The, 365.
Winlock, Joseph, 448.
Winter-Evening Hymn to my Fire, A, 377.
With a Copy of Aucassin and Nicolete, 451.
With a pair of Gloves lost in a Wager, 499.
With a Pressed Flower, 5.
With a Seashell, 475.

| With an Armchair, 449.
Without and Within, 355.
Wordsworth's Sonnets in Defence of Capital

Punishment, On reading, 22.
Wyman, Jeffries, 48.
Youthful Experiment in English Hexameters,

A, 462.
Yussouf, 376.

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