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The pleasing fancy conveyed in the gift of the
little flower, to which the name of Forget-me-
not has been given, is one readily acknowledged
by every heart, and in which few indeed will
not acknowledge a sympathetic response at its
renewal.
The Editor of the present little Volume has
sought to arrange together, in its pages, such a
selection as shall shadow forth that modest
flower, and prove in the hands of parting friends
an appropriate substitute for its emblematic
offering; recalling to the distant wanderer the
memory of those most dear, and whispering for
each, as a faithful monitor, Though absent,

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The Forget-Me-Not .. On a Forget-Me-Not .. Parting Words .. -The Forget-Me-Not -The Ancient Tombs -

Fame .. -- --
The Arab Maid --
Lines .. -- --
The Third Thought the best
A Poet's Epitaph --
A Song of the Sea --
Lay of the Greenwood ..
Fortune -- --

The Good Part .. --
The Countess of Lovelace
From the Arabic --
The Poet's Path --
On the Portrait of a Lady
The Captivity of Francis I.
Winter and the Flowers
A Lyric -- --
Song .. -- --
Reserve -- --
The late Discovery --
To William E. Channing
A Romance of the Ganges

Hope .. -- -My Grave -- -A Wish -- -My Father -- -Memory -- -

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Frances Brown Joanna Baillie L. E. L. r". A. ButzerJ. Gostick Wordsworth Anon. T. Westwood ...Anon. Longfellow Anon. Sir W. Jones Frances Brown B. Simmons Anon. T. Westwood C. J. Black A. Gurney Anon. Frances Brown Longfellow JE. B. Barrett S. Knowles Anon. F. A. Butler Jr. F. Gould Czere

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Page

i The Land of Liberty .. -- Frances Brown 61 *

The Slave singing at Midnight .. Longfellow 64

Love's Looks .. -- -- F. A. Butler 65

The Mourners .. -- -- Mary Howitt 65

Sonnet .. -- -- -- A. E. M. 68

The Lament of an Indian Chief .. G. Fr. Cotton 69

Lines .. -- -- -- Ann Ponsonby 70 c

To a Star -- -- -- F. A. Rutter 72

The bright Hours of Memory .. Frances proton 73

The Shrine.—Part I. .. -- J. Kenyon 76

The Shrine.—part II. .. -- Ib. 79

The Bride's Departure .. -- J. R. Chorley 82 :

The Soldier's Gratitude .. -- A. C. J. 86

To Lady Ashley -- -- D. L. O. 88

To Flush, my Dog • - -- fe. B. Barrete 90

The Slave's Inream -- -- Longfellow 94

Words .. -- -- -- Frances Brown 96

To a Young Lady -- -- Anon. 98 r

Song of the German Weaver .. Mary Howit; 99 |

On the Death of Southey -- J. E. Reade 102

On a Bust of Dante -- -- Af. Parsons 103

Life is Real -- -- -- Longfellow 105 |

Queen Victoria .. -- -- I. Taylor 107

Burial at Sea . -- -- T. Moore 108

Fame .. -- -- -- Ib. 109

A simile -- -- -- wordsworth 109

The Bride -- -- -- F. Hernang 110

The Forsaken .. -- -- L. J. L. 111

Heaven -- - - - -- T. Moore 112

Canst Thou forget Me 2 -- A. J. Sparrow 112

The Heavenly Rest -- -- Anon. 114

The Christian's Death .. -- Misman 115

The Deserted in all - -- D. E. L. 116 -

Morn at Sea . . -- -- W. J. A. 117 *

A Last Song of Summer -- T. Westwood 117 |

The Mother to her Child -- worris 120

The Loved of Farly Days - re. Mirzer 121

Sonnet -- -- -- Wordsworth 123

The Division of the Earth -- Anon. 124 t
coxtents. xi

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