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Personal Poems, Complete Volume IV of The Works of John Greenleaf Whittier

By John Greenleaf Whittier
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  • THE WORKS OF JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER, Volume IV. (of VII)
  • PERSONAL POEMS
  • A LAMENT
  • TO THE MEMORY OF CHARLES B. STORRS,
  • LINES ON THE DEATH OF S. OLIVER TORREY,
    • SECRETARY OF THE BOSTON YOUNG MEN'S ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.
  • TO ———,
    • WITH A COPY OF WOOLMAN'S JOURNAL.
  • LEGGETT'S MONUMENT.
  • TO A FRIEND, ON HER RETURN FROM EUROPE.
  • LUCY HOOPER.
  • FOLLEN. ON READING HIS ESSAY ON THE "FUTURE STATE."
  • TO J. P.
    • John Pierpont, the eloquent preacher and poet of Boston.
  • CHALKLEY HALL.
  • GONE
  • TO RONGE.
  • CHANNING.
  • TO MY FRIEND ON THE DEATH OF HIS SISTER.
  • DANIEL WHEELER
  • TO FREDRIKA BREMER.
  • TO AVIS KEENE ON RECEIVING A BASKET OF SEA-MOSSES.
  • THE HILL-TOP
  • ICHABOD
  • THE LOST OCCASION.
  • WORDSWORTH, WRITTEN ON A BLANK LEAF OF HIS MEMOIRS.
  • TO ———, LINES WRITTEN AFTER A SUMMER DAY'S EXCURSION.
  • BENEDICITE.
  • KOSSUTH
  • TO MY OLD SCHOOLMASTER.
    • AN EPISTLE NOT AFTER THE MANNER OF HORACE
  • THE HERO.
  • RANTOUL.
  • WILLIAM FORSTER.
  • TO CHARLES SUMNER.
  • BURNS, ON RECEIVING A SPRIG OF HEATHER IN BLOSSOM.
  • TO GEORGE B. CHEEVER
  • TO JAMES T. FIELDS
    • ON A BLANK LEAF OF "POEMS PRINTED, NOT PUBLISHED."
  • THE MEMORY OF BURNS.
  • IN REMEMBRANCE OF JOSEPH STURGE.
  • BROWN OF OSSAWATOMIE
  • NAPLES
    • INSCRIBED TO ROBERT C. WATERSTON, OF BOSTON.
  • A MEMORIAL
  • BRYANT ON HIS BIRTHDAY
  • THOMAS STARR KING
  • LINES ON A FLY-LEAF.
  • GEORGE L. STEARNS
  • GARIBALDI
  • TO LYDIA MARIA CHILD,
    • ON READING HER POEM IN "THE STANDARD."
  • THE SINGER.
  • HOW MARY GREW.
  • SUMNER
  • THEIRS
  • FITZ-GREENE HALLECK. AT THE UNVEILING OF HIS STATUE.
  • WILLIAM FRANCIS BARTLETT.
  • BAYARD TAYLOR.
  • WITHIN THE GATE. L. M. C.
  • IN MEMORY. JAMES T. FIELDS.
  • WILSON
  • THE POET AND THE CHILDREN. LONGFELLOW.
  • A WELCOME TO LOWELL
  • AN ARTIST OF THE BEAUTIFUL. GEORGE FULLER
  • MULFORD.
    • Author of The Nation and The Republic of God.
  • TO A CAPE ANN SCHOONER
  • SAMUEL J. TILDEN.
    • GREYSTONE, AUG. 4, 1886.
  • OCCASIONAL POEMS
  • EVA
  • A LAY OF OLD TIME.
  • A SONG OF HARVEST
  • KENOZA LAKE.
  • FOR AN AUTUMN FESTIVAL
  • THE QUAKER ALUMNI.
  • OUR RIVER.
    • FOR A SUMMER FESTIVAL AT "THE LAURELS" ON THE MERRIMAC.
  • REVISITED.
    • Read at "The Laurels," on the Merrimac, 6th month, 1865.
  • "THE LAURELS"
    • At the twentieth and last anniversary.
  • JUNE ON THE MERRIMAC.
  • HYMN
    • FOR THE OPENING OF THOMAS STARR KING'S HOUSE OF WORSHIP, 1864.
  • HYMN
  • A SPIRITUAL MANIFESTATION.
    • Read at the President's Levee, Brown University, 29th 6th month, 1870.
  • CHICAGO
    • The great fire at Chicago was on 8-10 October, 1871.
  • KINSMAN.
    • Died at the Island of Panay (Philippine group), aged nineteen years.
  • THE GOLDEN WEDDING OF LONGWOOD.
  • HYMN FOR THE OPENING OF PLYMOUTH CHURCH, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA.
  • LEXINGTON 1775.
  • THE LIBRARY.
    • Sung at the opening of the Haverhill Library, November 11, 1875.
  • "I WAS A STRANGER, AND YE TOOK ME IN."
    • An incident in St. Augustine, Florida.
  • CENTENNIAL HYMN.
  • AT SCHOOL-CLOSE. BOWDOIN STREET, BOSTON, 1877.
  • HYMN OF THE CHILDREN.
    • Sung at the anniversary of the Children's Mission, Boston, 1878.
  • THE LANDMARKS.
  • GARDEN
    • The American Horticultural Society, 1882.
  • A GREETING
  • GODSPEED
  • WINTER ROSES.
    • In reply to a flower gift from Mrs. Putnam's school at Jamaica Plain.
  • THE REUNION
  • NORUMBEGA HALL.
  • THE BARTHOLDI STATUE 1886
  • ONE OF THE SIGNERS.
  • THE TENT ON THE BEACH
  • THE WRECK OF RIVERMOUTH
  • THE GRAVE BY THE LAKE
  • THE BROTHER OF MERCY.
  • THE CHANGELING.
  • THE MAIDS OF ATTITASH.
  • KALLUNDBORG CHURCH
  • THE CABLE HYMN.
  • THE DEAD SHIP OF HARPSWELL.
  • THE PALATINE.
  • ABRAHAM DAVENPORT
  • THE WORSHIP OF NATURE.
  • AT SUNDOWN
  • TO E. C. S.
  • THE CHRISTMAS OF 1888.
  • THE VOW OF WASHINGTON.
  • THE CAPTAIN'S WELL.
  • AN OUTDOOR RECEPTION.
  • R. S. S., AT DEER ISLAND ON THE MERRIMAC.
  • BURNING DRIFT-WOOD
  • O. W. HOLMES ON HIS EIGHTIETH BIRTH-DAY.
  • JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
  • HAVERHILL. 1640-1890.
  • TO G. G. AN AUTOGRAPH.
  • INSCRIPTION
  • LYDIA H. SIGOURNEY.
    • Inscription on her Memorial Tablet in Christ Church at Hartford, Conn.
  • MILTON
  • THE BIRTHDAY WREATH
    • December 17, 1891.
  • THE WIND OF MARCH.
  • BETWEEN THE GATES.
  • THE LAST EVE OF SUMMER.
  • TO OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
    • 8TH Mo. 29TH, 1892.
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