Songs of the Army of the Night
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Songs of the Army of the Night

By Francis William Lauderdale Adams
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  • SONGS of the ARMY OF THE NIGHT.
  • TO EDITH.
  • CONTENTS.
  • PREFACE.
  • THIS BOOK.
  • SONGS OF THE ARMY OF THE NIGHT.
    • PROEM. “OUTSIDE LONDON.”
  • I.
    • “ENGLAND.” IN THE CAMP.
    • “AXIOM.”
    • DRILL.
    • EVENING HYMN IN THE HOVELS.
    • IN THE STREET. LORD ----.
    • “LIBERTY!”
    • IN THE EDGWARE ROAD. (To LORD L----.)
    • TO THE GIRLS OF THE UNIONS.
    • HAGAR.
    • “WHY!”
    • A VISITOR IN THE CAMP. To Mary Robinson. [27]
    • “LORD LEITRIM.”
    • “ANARCHISM.”
    • BELGRAVIA BY NIGHT. “Move On!”
    • JESUS.
    • PARALLELS FOR THE PIOUS.
    • “PRAYER.”
    • TO THE CHRISTIANS.
    • “DEFEAT?”
    • TO JOHN RUSKIN. (After reading his “Modern Painters.”)
    • TO THE EMPEROR WILLIAM.
    • SONG OF THE DISPOSSESSED. “to jesus.”
    • ART.
    • THE PEASANTS’ REVOLT. [35]
    • “ANALOGY.” (To D---- L----.)
    • IN TRAFALGAR SQUARE.
    • A STREET FIGHT. (To Mr F----.) [38]
    • IN AN EAST END HOVEL. TO A WORKMAN, A WOULD-BE SUICIDE.
    • DUBLIN AT DAWN.
    • THE CAGED EAGLE.
    • “IRELAND.”
    • TO CHARLES PARNELL.
    • AN “ASSASSIN.”
    • “HOLY RUSSIA.”
    • PÈRE-LA-CHAISE. [45] (Paris.)
    • AUX TERNES. [46] (Paris.)
    • “THE TRUTH.”
    • TO THE SONS OF LABOUR.
    • TO THE ARTISTS.
    • “ONE AMONG SO MANY.”
    • THE NEW LOCKSLEY HALL. “forty years after.”
    • FAREWELL TO THE MARKET. “susannah and mary-jane.”
  • II. “HERE AND THERE.”
    • IN THE PIT. “chant of the firemen.”
    • A MAHOMMADAN SHIP FIREMAN.
    • TO INDIA.
    • TO ENGLAND.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • HONG-KONG LYRICS.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV. “happy valley.”  [66]
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV. “happy valley.”  [66]
    • A GLIMPSE OF CHINA.
      • I. in a sampan. (Min River, Fo Kien.)
      • II. in a chair. (Foo-chow.)
      • III. “caste.”
      • IV. over the samovar. [69a] (Foo-chow.)
    • I. in a sampan. (Min River, Fo Kien.)
    • II. in a chair. (Foo-chow.)
    • III. “caste.”
    • IV. over the samovar. [69a] (Foo-chow.)
    • TO JAPAN.
    • DAI BUTSU. [70] (Kama Kura.)
    • “ENGLAND.”
    • THE FISHERMAN. (Mindanao, Philippines.)
    • A SOUTH-SEA ISLANDER.
    • NEW GUINEA “CONVERTS.”
    • A DEATH AT SEA. (Coral Sea, Australia.)
      • I.
      • II.
      • III. “dirge.”
    • I.
    • II.
    • III. “dirge.”
  • III. “AUSTRALIA: victoria—new south wales—queensland.”
    • THE OUTCASTS. (Melbourne.)
    • VICTORIA TO JAMES MOORHOUSE, [76]
    • IN THE SEA-GARDENS. (Sydney.) “the man of the nation.”
    • “UPSTARTS.”
    • LABOUR—CAPITAL—LAND.
    • AUSTRALIA.
    • ART.
    • “HENRY GEORGE.” (Melbourne.)
    • WILLIAM WALLACE. (For the Ballarat statue of him.)
    • THE AUSTRALIAN FLAG.
    • TO AN OLD FRIEND IN ENGLAND. “esau.”
    • AT THE SEAMEN’S UNION. [84] “the seamen and the miners.”
    • TO HIS LOVE.
    • HER POEM: “my baby girl, that was born and died on the same day.”
    • TO HENRY GEORGE IN AMERICA.
    • “ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE.”
    • TO AN UNIONIST.
    • TO MY FRIEND SYDNEY JEPHCOTT, with a copy of my “poetical works.”
    • TO E. L. ZOX. [89] (Melbourne.)
    • “FATHER ABE.” (Song of the American Sons of Labour.)
      • THE SONG.
      • THE ANSWER.
    • THE SONG.
    • THE ANSWER.
    • A FOOL. (Brisbane).
    • “MOUNT RENNIE.” [95]
      • I. (The Australian Press speaks).
      • II. (The Time-Spirit speaks.)
    • I. (The Australian Press speaks).
    • II. (The Time-Spirit speaks.)
    • “TYRANNY.” (Melbourne.)
    • FROM A VERANDAH. (Sydney.) “Armageddon.”
    • “ELSIE:” A Memory.
    • “NATIONALISM AND M‘ILWRAITH!” The Queensland Elections Cry, 1888.
    • TO THE EMPEROR WILLIAM.
    • A STORY. (For the Irish Delegates in Australia.)
    • AT THE INDIA DOCKS. A Memory of August, 1883.
    • DIRGE. (Brisbane.) “A little Soldier of the Army of the Night.”
    • TO QUEEN VICTORIA IN ENGLAND. an address on her jubilee year.
    • FAREWELL TO THE CHILDREN.
    • EPODE. “On the Ranges, Queensland.”
  • AUSTRALIAN PRESS NOTICES.
    • AN AUSTRALIAN POET.
    • “DAWNWARDS?”
  • NOTES.
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