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CXVII. An Ode

CXVIII. The Stray Nymph

CXIX. Song

CXX. Polypheme's Song

CXXI. Ode on Solitude

CXXII. The Dying Christian to his

Soul

CXXIII, Sally in our Alley

CXXIV. On the Death of Mr. Robert

Levett

CXXV. Ode

CXXVI. On Fidele, supposed to be

Dead.

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Charles Lamb

217 CLII. The Old familiar Faces Charles Lamb

218 CLIII. Ye Mariners of England . Thomas Campbell . CLIV. Hohenlinden.

Thomas Campbell .
CLV. Song

Thomas Campbell .
CLVI. Margaret and Dora

Thomas Campbell .

225 CLVII. Plaint

Ebenezer Elliott 226 CLVIII. The Friar's Song

Thomas L. Peacock 228
CLIX. The War - Song of Dinas
Vawr

Thomas L. Peacock

229 CLX. Beyond the sea, beyond the sea Thomas L. Peacock 231 CLXI. Lady Clarinda's Song

Thomas L. Peacock

231 CLXII. Love and Age

Thomas L. Peacock

233 CLXIII. She walks in Beauty, like the Night :

Lord Byron
CLXIV. Bright be the place of thy
Soul.

Lord Byron

237 CLXV. When we two Parted .

Lord Byron : CLXVI. Ştanzas for Music ,

Lord Byron

239 CLXVII. Oh! snatched away

in Beauty's bloom.

Lord Byron

240 CLXVIII. Song

Charles Wolfe

242 CLXIX. The Burial of Sir John Moore

Charles Wolfe

243 CLXX. Stanzas. April, 1814 Percy B. Shelley 246 CLXXI. Stanzas. Written in De

jection, near Naples Percy B. Shelley 247 CLXXII. Song

Percy B. Shelley 249 CLXXIII. To

l'ercy B. Shelley

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