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Partridge at the Play
Peroration on War
Sack of Baltimore, The
Sensitive Plant, The
Shadow on the Wall, The
Sicilian Vespers, The.
Slave Trade, The
Road to Ruin, The, Scene from.
Royal Charter, The
Peri and the Merchant's Son, The
Planting of the Apple Tree, The
Prince Arthur and Hubert
Proud Miss Mac Bride, The
Rabbi's Vision, The
Richard and Betty
Ropewalk, The .
Stout Gentleman, The
Story of a Disabled Soldier, The.
J. E. Carpenter
W. C. Bryant
Dr. Westland Marston vii. 15
S. T. Coleridge.
R. D. Owen
H. W. Longfellow
. O. Goldsmith
Rev. B. Poulter
Rev. R. H. Barham
Mrs. Hume-Rothery. vii. 230
P. B. Shelley
J. G. Whittier
Sword Song, The
Temptation of St. Anthony
Tinker and the Miller's Daughter, The Walcot
To-day and To-morrow
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T. C. Croker
W. S. Landor
C. J. Sprague
Mrs. W. Sawyer
J. E. Carpenter
W. M. Praed
J. C. Prince
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. W. Porden
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