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Mark Antony's Oration; Wolsey's Farewell; The Character
of Wolsey; Human Life ; Mercy ; Nature's Thrift;
Anger; Insignificance of Man; Prayer. MILTON,
Freedom of the Press; A Nation in its Strength; Light;
Lycidas ; When the Assault was intended to the City;
On his Blindness ; To Cyriac Skinner. CLARENDON, ·
Character of Lord Falkland. BUNYAN,
From "The Pilgrim's Progress.” DRYDEN,
The Character of the Earl of Shaftesbury ; Character of the
Duke of Buckingham ; Alexander's Feast. DEFOE,
Crusoe and the Footprint; A Skirmish of Dragoons. SWIFT,
The Spider and the Bee; The Temple of Fame. ADDISON,
The Vision of Mirza; Pedantry. PoPE,
From the “Essay on Man"; from the Satires." THOMSON,
The Hymn of the Seasons. GRAY,
Slavery; The Story of Le Fever. GOLDSMITH,
From “ The Traveller”; The Deserted Village ; from the
“Retaliation”; City Night Piece. JOHNSON,
Cowley and his Contemporaries ; Letter to the Earl of
Chesterfield; The Vanity of Human Wishes.
Party ; American Taxation ; The Spirit of Liberty in the
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Isaac Ashford, a Noble Peasant. BURNS,
The Cotter's Saturday Night; Man was Made to Mourn; To a
Mountain Daisy; À Man's a Man for a' that; Devotion. COWPER,
Slavery; My Mother's Picture; To Mary. SCOTT,
Old Mortality ; Death of the Master of Ravenswood ; The
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Ode on the Intimations of Immortality; The Fountain : a
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Too Much with us ; To Milton; Tintern Abbey. COLERIDGE,
Hymn before Sunrise in the Vale of Chamouni. BYRON,
Stauzas for Music; My Native Land, Good-night; Rome;
The Ocean ; Greece ; rom the Drama “ Manfred.” SHELLEY,
To a Skylark; The Cloud. KEATS,
To Autumn; On first looking into Chapman's Homer; On the
Grasshopper and Cricket. HALLAM,
The English Revolution. MACAULAY,
The Last Days of Argyle. DICKENS,
A Shipwreck. MAURICE,
The Friendship of Books. CARLYLE,
Childhood ; The Character of Burns. RUSKIN,
Man's Use and Function. FROUDE,
Queen Elizabeth at Oxford. TENNYSON,
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