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THE BEATITUDES.............
THE LORD'S PRAYER............
THE SUM OF THE COMMANDMENTS............
TWENTY-THIRD PSALM...............

HELEN BARRON BOSTWICK.
American Living.
LITTLE DANDELION ....

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WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT.
A celebrated American poet, born in Massachusetts, 1794. He
has been for many years editor of the NEW YORK EVENING Post,
ROBERT OF LINCOLN......

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THE GLADNESS OF NATURE.....

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ALICE AND PHEBE CARY.
Sisters, born in Ohio. They afterward had a pleasant little
home in New York, where they wrote many beautiful poems for
children as well as for grown people. Alice Cary died in 1870,
Phæbe Cary in 1871.
PICTURES OF MEMORY ......... .......

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SUPPOSE .................................................
THE CHICKEN'S MISTAKE..........

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CHARLES DICKENS.
An Englishman, who wrote many great novels, and also a very
interesting Child's History of England.Born 1812 ; died
1870.

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THE IVY GREEN.......

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MARY MAPES DODGE.
American, editor of St. NICHOLAS, one of the best magazines
for boys and girls in the United States, and author of those delight-
ful books for children, Hans Brinker's Silver Skatesand
Rhymes and Jingles."
CHILDREN'S HYMN................................................ ......... 105
OUT OF THE GROUND .................
SONG OF SUMMER...

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RALPH WALDO EMERSON.
American, born in Boston. Living.
THE MOUNTAIN AND THE SQUIRREL .............

JAMES T. FIELDS.
An American author, born in New Hampshire. Living.
THE TEMPEST. .....

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HANNAH F. GOULD.
American, born in Massachusetts. Died 1865.
JACK FROST.....

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FELICIA DOROTHEA HEMANS.
Died 1845.

English.

CASABIANCA.....

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MARY HOWITT.
An English woman, the wife of William Howitt. She has writ-
ten many books that children like to read.
THE USE OF THE FLOWERS...

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JOHN KEBLE.
An English divine, who wrote many beautiful hymns. Died
1866.

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ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL....

..... 63

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW.
One of America's great poets. He was born in Portland, Maine,
1807, and now lives in Cambridge, Mass.
HIAWATHA'S HUNTING ................

... 82
THE CHILDREN'S HOUR .................................................. 119
THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH......

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JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
A distinguished American poet, born in Cambridge, Mass. Liv-
ing.
THE FIRST SNOWFALL ................

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THE FOUNTAIN............

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EMILY HUNTINGTON MILLER.
American. Living.
MY GOOD-FOR-NOTHING.......
THE BLUEBIRD......

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GEORGE P. MORRIS.
American, born in Philadelphia. Died 1864.
WOODMAN, SPARE THAT TREE...... ...

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CLEMENT C. MOORE.
American, born in New York. Living.
A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS..

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JOHN HOWARD PAYNE.
A famous American actor and author of plays, born in New
York. Died 1852.
HOME, SWEET HOME......

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JANE TAYLOR.
English, born in London. Died 1824. She and her sister Ann
wrote many poems pleasing to children.

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THE VIOLET..........

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CELIA THAXTER.
An American authoress, who writes poems for ST. NICHOLAS.
LITTLE GUSTAVA...

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JOHN TOWNSEND TROWBRIDGE.
An American author, born in New York State, who writes de- ,
lightful books for boys.
FARMER JOHN ...... ...........

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JAMES W. WATSON.
American. Living.
BEAUTIFUL SNOW ......

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ISAAC WATTS.
An English divine, who wrote many of the hymns that are sung
in our churches. Born 1673; died 1748.
PEACE AND LOVE...

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THE BUSY BEE ..............

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ALFRED TENNYSON.
Present Poet Laureate of England, born 1809.
CRADLE SONG ................
THE BROOK...........

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JOHN G. WHITTIER.
American, born in Haverhill, Mass., 1808. Being the son of a
poor farmer, he was himself a barefoot boy,but is now a great
man. He is called the QUAKER POET.
THE BAREFOOT BOY.....

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THE PUMPKIN.......

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F. C. WOODWORTH.

American.

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CHICK-A-DE-DEE ......

SAMUEL WOODWORTH.
American, born in Massachusetts ; died 1842.
THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET...........

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WILLIAM WORDSWORTH.
English. Born 1770; died 1850. For several years before his
death he was Poet Laureate of England.
WE ARE SEVEN......... .....

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ANONYMOUS.
A BIRD IN THE HAND IS WORTH TWO IN THE BUSH..... 118
CHILD'S PRAYER..... ................... ..

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FALLING TO SLEEP................
HYMN OF A CHILD.............
IF EVER I SEE.................
LITTLE PUSSY......
LITTLE STAR.................
LITTLE THINGS.......................
MARY'S LAMB..............
MY MOTHER ...............
TEMPERANCE SONG..............
THE CHILD'S DESIRE .............

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THE CHILD'S TALENT............ ................................
THE GOLDEN RULE................

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THE ORIOLES.....................

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CHOICE EXTRACTS..

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