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7245, D. Ballads and other poems. By Henry Wadsworth Long-
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8172, D. A collection of songs and ballads relative to the London
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11920, 0. Paradise Lost. A poem, by John Milton, from the text of

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Mitchell, 6596, D. Indecision; a tale of the far west, and other poems. By

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10765, 0. The deserted bride; and other poems. By George P.

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8369 & 8386, D. Minstrelsy, ancient and modern, with an histori-
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7237, D. Poems narrative and lyrical. By William Motherwell.

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11587, 0. The child of the islands. A poem. By the Hon. Mrs.

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10859, D. The western home, and other poems. By Mrs. L. H.

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8065, D. The poetical writings of Elizabeth Oakes Smith. New

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8175, D. Spenser and his poetry. By George L. Craik. 3 vols.

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8427, D. Spenser and the Faery Queen. By Mrs. C. M. Kirkland.

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8494, D. An author's mind; the book of title-pages. Edited by M.

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