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Wordsworth

Trench Whittier

AUTHOR 669 We sat by Babel's waters; and our Hervey 2868 We scatter seed with careless hand Keble 2587 We see but half the causes of our Lowell 811 We shape ourselves the joy or fear Whittier 885 We sing the praise of Him who 2571 We speak of the realms of the blest Mills 1766 We strive with earthly imaginings Curry 987 We tread one path to glory 2469 We've no abiding city here

NUMBER

809

1980

819

1438

Kelley

689

1724

1122

Spilta, tr

1405

Kelly

1022

Upheaving pillars, on whose tops

A. Cary

1394

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Upon that burning wall

Upon the white sea sand
Up! 'tis no dreaming time
Up! up, my friend! and
Upward they toiled the mountain
Varia, there's nothing here that's
Vast chain of being! which from
Verily, there is nothing so true
Verily, they are all thine; freely
Vice is a monster of so frightful
Vilest of the sinful race
Violent fires soon burn out
Virtue alone can give true joy
Virtue! how many, as a lowly
Vishnu asked Bal to take his choice
Vital spark of heavenly flame
Virtue distressed to Faith applied
Virtue, like God, whose excellent
Voices familiar as my mother
Voracious learning, often

Wait, Abstainers, every year
Wait, for the day is breaking
Wait thou for time: the slow

M. Brooks Tr. by Alger Pope

Pollok Bickersteth Young

1450 We wait beneath the furnace-blast Whittier 2153 We watched her breathing through Hood 1772 We wear the chains of pleasure Young 2171 We weep when we are born 3068 What a poor value do men set on 2381 What are these in bright array 775 What are we set on earth for 876 What art Thou, mighty One? 219 What blest examples do I find 2710 What boots the oft-repeated tale 129 What different dooms our Whate'er I ask, I surely know 493 Whate'er man's destiny may be 1175 Whate'er my God ordains is right. 2046 Whate'er our thoughts or purpose 2947 Whate'er the anguish of my 3002 Whate'er the passion, knowledge 734 Whate'er thou purposest to do 345 What equal torment to the grief 2943 Whatever hypocrite austerely 2627 Whatever lies-In earth, or flits in 2099 Whatever sceptic could inquire for 14 What feels the body when the soul What has this bugbear death to "What hast thou for thy scattered What hid'st thou in thy

Rodigast, tr. Upham Baron von Canitz, tr. 2034

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Watch, ye saints, with eyelids
Weak and irresolute is man
Weak, foolish man! will Heaven
Weak is the will of man, his
We all are children in our strife
We are living, we are dwelling
We are not worst at once
We are standing on the threshold
Wearied and worn with earthly
We clutch our joys as children do
We come not with a costly store
We drive the furrow with the
Weep for the dead! God bids you
Weep not for them! it is no cause
We find the fiercest things that
We gather up with pious care
We grant although he had
Weigh me the fire: or canst thou
Welcome, dear book, soul's joy
Welcome, dear feast of Lent

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What might be done if men were
What multitudes the curse shall
What no human eye hath seen
What place can be for us
What's fame? a fancied life in
What shall I do to be forever
What shall I do with all the days
What since the prætor did my
What then? Why, then another
What though before me it is dark
What though the ancient dragon
What use the preacher's truth and
What 'vaileth them to skip

When a deed is done for Freedom
When adversities flow

When adverse winds and waves When all the year our fields When all Thy mercies, O my God

C. Wesley
Oriental, tr.
Wyatt
Lowell

759 When thou a fast would'st keep 337 When Thou dost favor any action 1091 When thou dost purpose aught

Bethune Bryant Baillie Morris

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When Amruzail describes When another life is added

When clouds are seen wise men put Shakespeare

Lilly
Sigourney
Wither
Addison
Tr. by Alger

Scott

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Persius, tr.

194

1566

1193

2062

47

52

1755

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When at first from virtue's

When first thou camest, gentle
When first thy eyes unveil, give
When first, to make my heart His
When flowing garments I behold
When Fortune smiles and looks
When fumes of wine do once the
When gathering clouds around I
When God came down from
When gratitude o'erflows the
When haughty expectations
When I consider how my life is
When I gaze on the light of yon
When I survey the wondrous cross
When I was young! Ah, woful
When Jordan hushed his waters

Wordsworth Milton

286 When thou hast drained 1401 When thou wouldst take a lazy 1566 When through the deep waters 2602 When time seems short and death 1579 When to the common rest that 2095 When urged by strong temptation 1070 When we are young, this year we 1647 When we hear the music ringing 679 When wounded sore the 240 When young, and full of sanguine 820 Where are the heroes of the ages 2648 Where art Thou? Thou! Source 696 Where'er a human heart doth wear 1866 Where'er I turn my restless eye 43 Where'er the power of ridicule 2369 Wherefore, it is wise and well 146 Where high the heavenly temple 58 Where is comfort? in division 2329 Where is the fame-Which the 524 Where is the fire which once 927 Where is the troubled heart 1367 Where is your heathen brother 932 Where no shadow shall bewilder 866 Where pilgrims seek the Prophet's 2311 Where shall we bury our shame 1582 Where that innumerable throng 1182 Where the fair valley spread her 268 Where, thy true treasure 1756 Which is the weakest thing 590 While in this sacred rite of thine 81 While thirst of praise and vain 257 While this immortal spark of

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402 Who can believe with common 722 Who can forget, never to be 2341 Whoever fights, whoever falls 2458 Whoever thinks a faultless piece 2716 Who feels that God and Heaven's 2425 Who has good deeds brought well 2188 Who has this Book and reads it not 429 Who is as the Christian great 316 Who is the Creator love, created 1979 Who is the honest man 1711 Who learns and learns

307 Whole honses, of their whole 1360 Whom call we gay? That honor 16S1 Whom do we dub as gentleman 2549 Whom first we love, you know 1624 Whom God hath made the heads 2635 Who shall guess what I may be 491 "Who shall be greatest in Thy 2264 Who that a watcher doth remain

2651 Who art thou so wondrous fair 220S Who calleth thee, Heart

1248

E. B. Browning

1684

Sroift

1290

Fletcher

419

Emerson

2068

Pope

587

Lowell

290

Tr. by Alger

1550

2723

C. Wesley

407

Coleridge

412

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Why art thou cast down, my

Why comes this fragrance on the Why life, a moment? infinite Why should I fear the darkest Why should immortal bow to Why should we count our life Why this longing, this forever Why this-Will lug your priests Why thus longing, thus forever Will Fortune never come with Wisdom divine! who tells tho Wisdom, whose fruits are purity Wise men ne'er sit and wail their Wise in his day, the heathen Wishing, of all employments With blood-but not his own

Winslow Shakespeare Winslow Shakespeare C. Wesley Moore Shakespeare D. Gray Young

1534 Ye mindful merchants, that with 952 Ye nymphs of Solyma! begin the 1368 Ye paint me old! and why 3000 Ye powers who rule the tongue 2999 Ye quietists in homage to the 363 Yes, better 'tis to die 711 Yet send-Ev'n then, in silent 3004 Yes-flowers have tones-God 175 Yes! I answered you last night 1151 Yes, it was the mountain echo 1909 Yes-loving is a painful thrill 2563 Yes! rather than be poor 1291 Yes, Thou didst die for me, O Son 34 Yes, thou mayest weep, for Jesus 1693 Yes, 'tis a mine of precious 1867 Yes, 'tis God's presence gives 1770 Yes, 'tis the hand-Of death I feel 1697 Yes, we do differ when we most 2722 Yet cease I not to struggle 244 Yet be not surety if thou be a 1795 Yet disappointed joys are woes 611 Yet do thy work; it shall Yet grieve thou not, nor think Yet heaven hath angels watching Yet in thy thriving still misdoubt 283 Yet is there one more cursed than 1618 Yet man, fool man! here buries 270 Yet not with man His Holiness

Young

2449 Wouldst the honey still tasto 1245 Wouldst thou from sorrow

159 Wouldst thou hear what man 2433 Wouldst thou inherit life 1805 Wouldst thou learn the depths of 784 Wouldst thou the mansions 553 Wrapt in a Christless shroud 2528 Wrapt in impervious mists 1502 Wretched, helpless, and distressed 130 Ye are stars of the night, ye are 870 Ye bold to explain, describe

Tr. by Alger

2583

Wilcox

29

Jonson

1107

Dach

2834

Monsell

1462

Mant

3066

Bonar

300

Bickersteth

1017

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PARTIAL LIST OF WORKS QUOTED.

BRITISH POETS, published by J. R. OSGOOD | Aldrich's (T. B.) Poems, J. R. Osgood & Co.,

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Holmes' (O. W.) Poems. J. R. Osgood & Co.,
Boston.

Hymns of the Ages, 1st, 2d, & 3d Series.
J. R. Osgood & Co., Boston.

Horace's Odes. Translated by Theodore Martin.

J. R. Osgood & Co., Boston.

Longfellow's (H. W.) Complete Poetical Works.
J. R. Osgood & Co., Boston.

Lowell's (J. R.) Complete Poems. J. R. Osgood
& Co., Boston.

Massey's (Gerald) Complete Poems. J. R. Osgood

& Co., Boston. Strahan & Co., London. Percival's (J. G.) Complete Poems. J. R. Osgood & Co., Boston.

Taylor's (Bayard) Complete Poems. J. R. Osgood & Co., Boston.

Tennyson's (Alfred) Complete Poems. J. R. Os

good&Co., Boston. Strahan & Co., London. Whittier's (John G.) Complete Poems. J. R.

Osgood & Co., Boston.

Alger's (W. R.) Oriental Poetry. Roberts Bros.,

Boston.

Barnes' (William) Rural Poems. Roberts Bros.,
Boston.

Ingelow's (Jean) Poems. Roberts Bros., Bos-
ton. Longmans & Co., London.

Morris' (William) Earthly Paradise, 3 vols. Roberts Bros., Boston. F. S. Ellis, London. Rossetti's (C. G.) Poems. Roberts Bros., Boston. F. S. Ellis, London.

Schaff's (P.) Christ in Song. A. D. F. Randolph & Co., New York.

Winkworth's (C.) Lyra Germanica, Longmans & Co., London.

Rossetti's (D. G.) Poems. Roberts Bros., Bos- Neale's (J. M.) Medieval Hymns and Sequenton. F. S. Ellis, London. ces. Joseph Masters, London.

Buchanan's (Robert) Poems. Roberts Bros., Palmer's (Roundell) Book of Praise. Macmil

Boston. Strahan & Co., London. Gray's (David) Poems. Roberts Bros., Boston. Bickersteth's Yesterday, To-day, and Forever. Robert Carter & Bro., New York. Rivingtons, London. Bickersteth's Two Brothers. Robert Carter & Brother, New York. Rivingtons, London. Bonar's (H.) Hymns of Faith and Hope, 1st, 2d, & 3d Series. Robert Carter & Bro., New York. James Nisbet & Co., London. Mant's (Bp.) Happiness of the Blessed. Rivingtons, London.

lan & Co., London.

Trench's (R. C.) Poems. Macmillan & Co., London.

Punshon's (W. M.) Sabbath Chimes. James Nisbet & Co., London.

Neale's (J. M.) Hymns of the Eastern Church. J. T. Hayes, London.

Bailey's (P. J.) Festus. Bell & Daldy, London. Monsell's (Jno. S. B.) Poetical Works. Bell & Daldy, London.

Mackay's (Charles) Poems and Songs. Strahan & Co., London.

Lytes' (H. F.) Miscellaneous Poems. Riving- Keble's Christian Year. James Parker & Co., tons, London.

London.

New York.

Brontë, Poems of Charlotte, Anne, and Emily. Bryant's (W. C.) Poems. D. Appleton & Co.,
Smith, Elder & Co., London.

Dewart's (E. H.) Songs of Life. Dudley & Tupper (M. F.) Moxon & Sons, London.
Burns, Toronto.

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