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Bliss Carman; and “The Sea Gypsy,” by Richard Hovey, from Songs from Vagabondia, by Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey.

To the Society of SS. Peter and Paul, London, and to Mr. Jones personally for “Clonard,” Saint Columba,” “Saint Francis,” and “In the Garden,” from Sonnets of the Cross, by Thomas S. Jones, Jr.

To Messrs. Frederick A. Stokes Company for “Sunset on the Desert,” from Poems, by Theodore Maynard; “The Tower,” from Ardours and Endurances, by Robert Nichols; “The White Cliffs” and “Edinburgh,” from Collected Poems, by Alfred Noyes.

To Mr. T. Fisher Unwin, London, and to Madame Duclaux personally for “An Orchard at Avignon,” from Songs, Ballads, and a Play, and “Belgium the Barlass,” from Images and Meditations, by A. Mary F. Robinson (Madame Duclaux).

To Mr. Harold Vinal, Boston, for “Ship, ship, go straight," from Voyage, by Harold Vinal.

To Mr. John G. Wilson, London, for “The Lake," from Magic, and Other Poems, by Hon. Eleanour Norton.

To The Yale University Press for “Browning at Asolo” and “Love in Italy,” from Collected Poems, by Robert Underwood Johnson (also to Mr. Johnson personally); “Lynmouth,” from Poems of Arthur O'Shaughnessy, edited and with introduction by William Alexander Percy; “On leaving Taormina,” from Sappho in Levkas, and Other Poems, by William Alexander Percy (also to Mr. Percy personally).

To the American-Scandinavian Review, New York, for “The Northland," by Valdemar Rördam, translated by Charles Wharton Stork (also to Mr. Stork personally); and “There is a charming land,” by Adam Oehlanschlager, translated by Robert Hillyer (in A Book of Danish Verse, published by the American-Scandinavian Foundation) (also to Mr. Hillyer personally).

To the Atlantic Monthly for “Santa Maria del Fiore,” by George Herbert Clarke (also to Mr. Clarke personally); and “The Venture,” by Jean Kenyon Mackenzie.

To the Bellman and to Mr. Stork personally for “Zuloaga,” by Charles Wharton Stork.

To the Bermondsey Magazine, London, and to Mr. Robinson personally for “Silver Street,” by Edwin Arlington Robinson.

To Contemporary Verse for “Saint of France,” by Joseph Auslander (also to Mr. Auslander personally); and “The Nile," by Elizabeth J. Coatsworth.

To Harper's Monthly Magazine and to the authors personally for “Oh, little country of my heart,” by Mildred Howells, and “The Ticket Agent,” by Edmund Leamy (also to Miss Howells and to Mr. Leamy personally).

To the Living Age and to the Poetry Review, Edinburgh, for “The Chain of Princes Street," by Elizabeth S. Fleming.

To the Measure and to the author personally for “Bagpipe Player” and “New Excavations,” by Leonora Speyer.

To the New York Evening Post and to Mr. Benét personally for “Junkets,' Immortal,” by William Rose Benét.

To Poetry: a Magazine of Verse, and to the authors personally for “Irish Song,” by Helen Coale Crew, and “Students,” by Florence Wilkinson Evans.

To the Public Ledger, Philadelphia, and to Mrs. Patterson personally for “In Old Rouen,” by Antoinette Decoursey Patterson.

To Scribner's Magazine and to Miss Turner personally for “Going up to London,” by Nancy Byrd Turner.

To the Sewanee Review and to Miss Smith personally for “A Prayer," by Marion Couthouy Smith.

To St. Nicholas Magazine and to Miss Howells personally for “Going too Far," by Mildred Howells.

Personal acknowledgment is also made to the following poets and individual owners of copyrights:

To Mr. Joseph Auslander for “Stamboul” (in manuscript). To Miss Katharine Lee Bates for “Grotto of the Nativity.”

To Mr. Grant Hyde Code for "Toulouse," from Volume One (privately printed). To Mrs. Jeanne Robert Foster for “Song of Ballyshannon,” “Scotch Arran,” and “The Rains of Arran,” from Wild Apples, published by Messrs. Sherman, French & Company.

To Mr. Arthur Ketchum for “Traveller's Joy” (in manuscript).

To Agnes Lee (Mrs. Otto Freer) for “A Peasant of Assisi,” from The Sharing, published by Messrs. Sherman, French & Company.

To Mrs. Arthur H. McGiffert (Gertrude Huntington McGiffert) for “Eleusis” (in manuscript).

To Mrs. Esther Alida Phillips for “London " (in manuscript).

To Mr. Clinton Scollard for “The Whisper of the Sands” and "A Nile Night," from Ballads, published by Laurence Gomme.

To Mr. Clement Shorter for “Ireland” and “The Little Bells of Sevilla,” from Madge Linsey, and Other Poems, by Dora Sigerson Shorter, published by Messrs. Maunsel & Roberts, London and Dublin.

To Miss Edith M. Thomas for “The Voice of the Laws," from The Flower from the Ashes.

To Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff (Mrs. Donald Carr) for “Cities,” from Quiet Waters, published by Messrs. Moffat, Yard & Company.

To Miss Alice Werner for “A Song of Fleet Street," from The Home Book of Verse, published by Messrs. Henry Holt & Company.

To Mr. John Hall Wheelock for “Return to New York,” from Love and Liberation, published by Messrs. Sherman, French & Company.

To Mr. George E. Woodberry for “Siena.”

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BIRDS OF PASSAGE
The Sea Gypsy. Richard Hovey
Night at Sea. Amelia Josephine Burr
Night of Stars. John Gould Fletcher
Dawn on Mid-Ocean. John Hall Wheelock
To the Ocean. Lord Byron
Sea-Fever. John Masefield
A Gull. Robert Hillyer
A Passer-by. Robert Bridges
After the Sea-Ship. Walt Whitman
The Deep-Sea Cables. Rudyard Kipling
Travels by the Fireside. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Venture. Jean Kenyon Mackenzie
To the Not Impossible Him. Edna St. Vincent Millay .
The Travel Bureau. Ruth Comfort Mitchell
A Prayer. Marion Couthouy Smith
Merchantmen. C. Fox Smith
Cargoes. John Masefield
The Searchlight. Daniel Henderson
Chartless. Emily Dickinson
Travel. Edna St. Vincent Millay
In the Train. James Thomson .
The Ticket Agent. Edmund Leamy
In a Waiting-Room. Thomas Hardy

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ENGLAND
Home-Thoughts, from Abroad. Robert Browning
Ye Mariners of England. Thomas Campbell
The Coastwise Lights. Rudyard Kipling

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For the stay-at-home traveller, too, the book should have an equal charm. Longfellow tells us in his poem “Travels by the Fireside":

“Let others traverse sea and land,

And toil through various climes,
I turn the world round with my hand

Reading these poets' rhymes.”

Laden with joyous memories, the book goes forth. May it take its friends across sunlit seas into happy harbors.

GERTRUDE MOORE RICHARDS March, 1924

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