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Withered Leaves from Memory's Garland

By Abigail Stanley Hanna
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Table of Contents
  • Withered Leaves from Memory's Garland
    • 1857.
    • Preface
    • Index
  • Withered Leaves.
    • Shadows of the Past
    • Reminiscences.
      • Chapter I.
        • The Old Homestead.
      • The Old Homestead.
      • Chapter II.
        • The Old House.
      • The Old House.
      • Chapter III.
        • The Old School House.
      • The Old School House.
      • Chapter IV.
        • The Grave Yard.
      • The Grave Yard.
    • Chapter I.
      • The Old Homestead.
    • The Old Homestead.
    • Chapter II.
      • The Old House.
    • The Old House.
    • Chapter III.
      • The Old School House.
    • The Old School House.
    • Chapter IV.
      • The Grave Yard.
    • The Grave Yard.
    • Midnight Scenes
      • Or, Pictures of Human Life.
        • Picture No. I.
        • Picture No. II.
        • Picture No. III.
        • Picture No. IV.
      • Picture No. I.
      • Picture No. II.
      • Picture No. III.
      • Picture No. IV.
    • Or, Pictures of Human Life.
      • Picture No. I.
      • Picture No. II.
      • Picture No. III.
      • Picture No. IV.
    • Picture No. I.
    • Picture No. II.
    • Picture No. III.
    • Picture No. IV.
    • The History of a Household.
    • Lines, Written during Convalescence from Brain Fever
    • The Angel Cousin.
    • Lines, Written at the Close of 1842.
    • Lines, on the New Year, 1853.
    • The Unhappy Marriage.
    • Lines, Written on the Year 1852.
    • Consumption.
    • To Mrs. A---- B----, on the Death of Her Child.
    • An Evening in Our Village.
    • Contemplations in a Grave Yard.
    • A Scene on the Kennebec River.
    • To Miss H---- B----, These Lines Are Affectionately Dedicated By ----.
    • Lines, Written in an Album.
    • A Long Night in the Eighteenth Century.
    • On Hearing a Bird Sing, December, 1826.
    • Variety.
    • Henriette Clinton;
      • Or, Reverses of Fortune.
    • Or, Reverses of Fortune.
    • The Child.
    • Lines, Written on the Death of Ellen A---- B----.
    • The Order of Nature.
    • The Seasons.
    • Dedication in an Album.
    • Lines, Written to Mrs. S----, On the Death of Her Infant.
    • Lines, To Mrs. S----, On the Death of Her Son, Who Died March, 1854.
    • The First and Last Voyage of The Atlantic.
    • The Fatal Feast.
    • To the Maiden
    • To Mrs. B----, On the Death of a Son.
    • O Come Back, My Brother.
    • The Twins
    • On the Frailty of Earthly Things.
    • To a Friend
    • The Mother and Her Child.
    • A Mother's Prayer.
    • Lines, Written in an Album.
    • On The Death of a Mother.
    • The Music of Earth.
    • Lines, Written on the Death of Mrs. Caroline P. Baldwin, Who Died July 6, 1827.
    • Lines, Written in a Sick-Room, April 15, 1855.
    • Lines, Written in a Sick Room, July 20th, 1855.
    • To a Friend
    • The Mother's Watch.
    • Why Should I Smile?
    • The Youth's Return.
    • To A----.
    • Beauties of Nature.
    • On the Death of Willie White, Who Was Drowned Sept. 21, 1856.
    • The Human Heart
    • Lines, Written on the Death of a Friend.
    • To a Friend.
    • Happiness.
    • A Picture of Human Life.
    • Flowers.
    • The Old Castle.
    • The Myrtle.
    • Death.
    • The Home of Childhood.
    • The Happy Land.
    • Devotion.
    • To a Friend
    • Lines, Written upon the Death of Two Sisters.
    • To I----.
    • Lines, Written for a Friend upon the 20th Anniversary of Her Birthday.
    • Human Thought
    • Lines, Written on the Departure of a Brother.
    • Lines, on the Death of a Friend.
    • The Power of Custom.
    • Annie Howard.
    • We All Do Perish Like the Leaf.
    • Life Compared to the Seasons.
    • Writing Composition.
    • Lines, Written in Answer to the Question "Where Is Our Poet?"
    • My Husband's Grave.
    • Lines, Written upon the Young Who Have Recently Died in Our Village.
    • Conscience.
    • Lines, Written in an Album.
    • Letter, from the Pen of My Husband, Now Deceased.
    • Hope.
    • Visit to Mount Auburn.
    • Lines, From Mary to Her Father in California, with Her Daguerreotype.
    • A Reminiscence.
    • Letter of Resignation, from Mrs. Hanna to The Maternal Association
    • Improvement of Time
    • Lines, Written on the Death of Frank.
    • The Pleasures of Memory.
    • The Song of the Weary One.
    • Lines, Inscribed to a Brother.
    • Changes
    • To Mr. and Mrs. S----, On the Death of an Infant.
    • The Spirits of the Dead.
    • The Widow's Home
    • To Mrs. J. C. Bucklin, by Her Father.
    • To The Reader.
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