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COLLECTED

WITH AN

INTRODUCTION

BY

JAMES APPLETON MORGAN, A. M.

“ The Latin motto prefixed to the first edition of my Poems, was a
puzzle to every one. Not only was it impossible to translate it, but no-
body could verify the citation, and many were the complaints expressed to
me. The fact is, finding nothing suitable, I invented the following, au-
thor, volume, and all: Duplex nobis vobiscum et amicitiæ et similium,
junctarumque camænarum ; quod utinam neque mors folvet, neque
temporis longinquitas. – Gnoscoll. Epift. ad Car. Uterhov. et Ptol. Lux.
Taft.”

COLERIDGE

NEW YORK
PUBLISHED BY HURD AND HOUGHTON
Cambridge: Hiberside Press

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1871, by

James APPLETON MORGAN, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

20 MAY 1931)

RIVERSIDE, CAMBRIDGE:

PRINTED BY H. O. HOUGHTON AND COMPANY.

P. R. M.

VTINAM

OPERA · DIGNIORA · PERPETVANDI

NOMEN · MEMORAMQVE CARAM · COMPONERE

POSSEM, · SED CVJVSMODI SIT, HVNC

LIBRVM · AD: MEMORIAM • TVI

VIRTVTEM • VITAOVE

DEDICO.

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