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in April, by Grace Hazard Conkling;“Acon,” from Sea Garden, by H. D.; “Cotswold Love” and “Sunrise on Rydal Water,” from Poems, 1908–1919, by John Drinkwater; “Granada,” from The Ride Home, by Florence Wilkinson Evans; “Night of Stars," from Irradiations: Sand and Spray, by John Gould Fletcher; “Street of Good Fortune - Pompeii,” from Clouds and Cobblestones, by Hortense Flexner; “The Parthenon by Moonlight,” from The Poems of Richard Watson Gilder; “Irish Peasant Song," from Happy Ending, by Louise Imogen Guiney; “Travels by the Fireside,” “The Warden of the Cinque Ports,” “Sonnet: Oft have I seen at some cathedral door,” “The Belfry of Bruges,” “The Discoverer of the North Cape," "To the River Rhone,” *Castles in Spain,” “Cadenabbia,” and “The Old Bridge at Florence,” from The Complete Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; “Rome,” “Naples,” and “Venice,” from Can Grande's Castle, by Amy Lowell; “Aladdin,” from The Complete Poems of James Russell Lowell; “Years Ago,” from The Happy Marriage, and Other Poems, by Archibald MacLeish; “The Home of Helen,” from The Sea is Kind, by T. Sturge Moore; “On a Bust of Dante," from Poems, by Thomas William Parsons; “Noon at Pæstum,” from The Singing Man, and “The Cedars," from The Singing Leaves, by Josephine Preston Peabody; “White Peacocks," from The Door of Dreams, by Jessie B. Rittenhouse; “From the Spire of Milan Cathedral,” from The White Comrade, and Other Poems, by Robert Haven Schauffler; “Aix-la-Chapelle," "The Fountain of Trevi,” and “Bedouin Love Song," from The Complete Poems of Bayard Taylor;“ Across the world I speak to thee,” from A New Year's Masque, by Edith M. Thomas: (also to Miss Thomas personally).
To Messrs. Hughes & Son, Wrexham, Wales, for “The Variety of Wales,” by William Thomas (Gwaith Islwyn).
To Mr. Arthur L. Humphreys, London, and to Mrs. Dudley personally for “Westminster Bells,” from Vision Valley, by Anita Dudley.
To Messrs. Jarrolds, Publishers, Ltd., London, for “The Snow on Evia,” from Welsh Poems and Ballads, translated by George Borrow.
To Messrs. Marshall Jones Company and to Mr. Gray personally for “The Twin Memnons of Thebes,” from The City's Voice, by Morris Gray.
To Mr. Mitchell Kennerley and to Miss Millay personally for “Travel” and “The Little Hill,” from Second April, by Edna St. Vincent Millay.
To Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., for “A Day in Sussex,”\•« The Venus of Milo,” and “Gibraltar," from Poems, by Wilfrid Scawen Blunt (also to Messrs. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London); “Property,” from A Canticle of Pan, and Other Poems, by Witter Bynner; “Oak and Olive,” “The Old Ships,” and “The Welsh Sea,” from Collected Poems, by James Elroy Flecker; “Rome,” from Lustra, by Ezra Pound; “From Carcassonne,” from Argonaut and Juggernaut, by Osbert Sitwell.
To Mr. John Lane, London, for “April in Ireland,” from Ballads in Prose, by Nora Hopper; and “A Saxon Song," from Orchard and Vineyard, by V. Sackville-West.
To Messrs. Little, Brown & Company for “Chartless” and “There is no frigate like a book,” from Poems, by Emily Dickinson; and “The Fields o' Ballyclare,” from A Round of Rimes, by Denis A. McCarthy.
To Messrs. Longmans, Green & Company for “The Little Waves of Breffny,” from The One and the Many, by Eva GoreBooth (also to Miss Gore-Booth personally); and “Ballade of his Own Country,” from Poetical Works of Andrew Lang.
To Erskine MacDonald, Ltd., London, and to Mr. Blunden personally for “The Memory of Kent,” from Pastorals, by Edmund Blunden.
To Mr. David MacKay for “The Kerry Cow,” from Songs from Leinster, by W. M. Letts.
To The Macmillan Company for “Hail, Norway!” from SnowBirds, by Śri Ānanda Āchārya; “Dover Beach," "The Song of Callicles on Etna,” and “Selection from 'Thyrsis,'” from Collected Poems, by Matthew Arnold; “Umbria,” from Selected Poems, by Laurence Binyon (also to Mr. Binyon personally); “Selection from ‘Dipsychus,'” from Poems, by Arthur Hugh Clough; “The Fair Hills of Eiré," from Dramatic Legends, and Other Poems, and “An Old Woman of the Roads," from Wild Earth, and Other Poems, by Padraic Colum; “The Well of All-Healing," from Collected Poems, by A. E. (George William Russell); “In a Waiting-Room,” “When I set out for Lyonnesse,” “Shelley's Skylark,” and “Rome (At the Pyramid of Cestius),” from Collected Poems, by Thomas Hardy; “St. James's Street," from Poems, by Frederick Locker-Lampson; “Sea-Fever” and “Cargoes,” from Salt Water Ballads, by John Masefield; “Arracombe Wood,” from Saturday Market, by Charlotte Mew; “The Fairy Lough,” from Songs of the Glens of Antrim, by Moira O'Neill; “The Unknown Soldier's Grave," "The Bookstalls on the Seine,” and “In the Galleries of the Louvre,” from The Spirit of France, by Charles Lewis Slattery (also to Bishop Slattery personally); “Grafton Street” and “O'Connell Bridge,” from The Rocky Road to Dublin, by James Stephens; “Naples,” “Night Song at Amalfi,” and “Capri,” from Rivers to the Sea, by Sara Teasdale (also to Miss Teasdale personally); “The Robber in England” and “Heather,” from The Great Dream, by Marguerite Wilkinson (also to Mrs. Wilkinson personally); “The Lake Isle of Innisfree,” “Red Hanrahan's Song about Ireland,” and “The Fiddler of Dooney,” from Poems, by William Butler Yeats.
To Elkin Mathews, Ltd., London, for “Oxford Nights” and “Wales," from Poetical Works, by Lionel Johnson; and “There is a wood on Burford Down," from Windows, by George Montagu (Earl of Sandwich) (also to the Earl of Sandwich personally).
To Messrs. Robert M. McBride & Company, New York, for “Shops,” from London Lamps, by Thomas Burke.
To Messrs. Methuen & Company, Ltd., for “The Rolling English Road,” from The Flying Inn, by Gilbert K. Chesterton (also to Mr. Chesterton personally); and “Upon Eckington Bridge, River Avon,” from Poems and Ballads, by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch (also to the author personally).
To Mr. Harold Monro, The Poetry Bookshop, London, for “At Karnac,” from Poems, by J. Redwood Anderson (also to Miscellany of Poetry, 1920–22, compiled by William Kean Seymour, published by John G. Wilson); “Autumn Morning at Cambridge”
and “The poplars in the fields of France," from Spring Morning, by Frances Cornford; “Lake Leman,” from Before Dawn, by Harold Monro.
To Mr. Thomas Bird Mosher, for “Turn, Cheeses, Turn,” from Under a Fool's Cap, by Daniel Henry Holmes; “Etruscan Tombs,' from Songs from an Italian Garden, by A. Mary F. Robinson (Madame Duclaux) (also to Madame Duclaux personally); “The Voice of the Laws,” from The Flower from the Ashes, by Edith M. Thomas; “In a Gondola," from Spring in Tuscany, and Other Lyrics, by John Todhunter (Aureolus Paracelsus); “By the Arno,” “Theocritus (A Villanelle),” and “Impressions de Voyage,” from The Poems of Oscar Wilde (also to Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons).
To Mr. John Murray and to Mr. Bridges personally for “A Passer-by” and “There is a hill beside the silver Thames,” from Poetical Works of Robert Bridges.
To Messrs. Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd., London, and to Mr. Buchan personally for “Fisher Jamie,” from Poems, Scots and English, by John Buchan.
To Messrs. Norman, Remington Company, Baltimore, and to Miss Reese personally for “Daffodils of Old St. Paul's,” from Wild Cherry, by Lizette Woodworth Reese.
To the Oxford University Press, London, and to Mr. A. T. A. Dobson for "To a Greek Girl," from Collected Poems, by Austin Dobson.
To Messrs. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Company, Ltd., for “Woodley,” from Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect, by William Barnes; and “Stanzas from ‘Shamrock Song,”” from Shamrocks, by Katharine Tynan (also to Mrs. Katharine Tynan Hinkson personally).
To Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons for “Sunset on the Acropolis,” “May-Day in Kalamata,” and “Epilogue,” from Greek Wayfarers, by Edwina Stanton Babcock; “Blighty” and “The Kerry Lads,” from As the Larks Rise, by Theodosia Garrison; “Semper Resurgens,” from The Shadow of Ætna, by Louis V. Ledoux; “In Flanders Fields,"from Poems, by John McCrae; “Sketches from a Canal Boat,” “Gargoyles,” and “San Marco's Bells,” from A Florentine Cycle, and Other Poems, by Gertrude Huntington McGiffert (also to Mrs. McGiffert personally); “A Ghost out of Stratford,” from Ships in Harbour, by David Morton.
To Messrs. Charles Scribner's Sons for “Nightfall in Dordrecht,” from Poems of Eugene Field (copyright, 1910, by Julia F. Field); “Via Dei,” from A Pilgrim in Palestine, by John Finley; "The Devon Sage,” from Moods, Songs, and Doggerels, by John Galsworthy; “England, my England,” from Poems, by William Ernest Henley; “Albert Dürer's Studio” and “The Old Clock of Prague," from The Complete Poetical Writings of Dr. J. G. Holland; “Pictures of the Rhine," from Poetical Works, by George Meredith; “November Blue” and “The Watershed,” from Poems, by Alice Meynell (also to Mr. Wilfrid Meynell); “To Italy,” from Collected Poems of Corinne Roosevelt Robinson; “Ode to the Mediterranean,” from Poems of George Santayana (also to Mr. Santayana personally); “Paris,” from Poems, by Alan Seeger; “In the highlands, in the country places,” from Collected Poems, by Robert Louis Stevenson; “Saint Francis to the Birds," from Flowers of Peace, by Katharine Tynan (also to Mrs. Katharine Tynan Hinkson personally); “The Name of France” and “The Heavenly Hills of Holland," from The Red Flower, by Henry van Dyke; “Dawn on Mid-Ocean,” from Dust and Light, by John Hall Wheelock.
To Martin Secker, Ltd., London, for “On London Bridge,” from The Buzzards, and Other Poems, by Martin Armstrong (also to Mr. Armstrong personally); and “Oak and Olive,” “The Welsh Sea,” and “Old Ships," from Collected Poems, by James Elroy Flecker.
To Mr. Thomas Seltzer for “Spanish Song," from Gypsy Gold, by Charles Divine.
To Messrs. Selwyn & Blount, Ltd., London, and to Mr. Freeman personally for “English Hills," from Poems New and Old, by John Freeman.
To Messrs. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Company, Ltd., for “Welsh Ballad,” from Welsh Ballads, by Ernest Rhys.
To Messrs. Small, Maynard & Company for “The Winged Victory” and “The Enchanted Traveller,” from Later Poems, by