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ASHBY.
Regrets 201
Daisy's Dimples 203
A Lover's Lullaby 204

SWINBURNE, ALGERNON CHARLES (1837).
A Match 205
Rondel 208
Song 209

TENNYSON, ALFRED (1809-1892).
The Bugle Song 210
Break, Break, Break 212
Tears, Idle Tears 213
Sweet and Low 215
Turn, Fortune, Turn thy Wheel 216
Vivien's Song 217

THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE (1811-1863).
At the Church Gate 218
The Mahogany Tree 220

THORNBURY, GEORGE WALTER (1828-1876).
Dayrise and Sunset 223
The Three Troopers 225
The Cuckoo 228

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AN INDEX TO FIRST LINES

Listen--Songs thou 'lt hear
Through the wide world ringing.

Barry Cornwall.


Page

A baby was sleeping
_Samuel Lover_ 141
"A cup for hope!" she said
_Christina G. Rossetti_ 190
A golden bee a-cometh
_Joseph Skipsey_ 198
A little shadow makes the sunrise sad
_Mortimer Collins_ 52
A little while a little love
_Dante Gabriel Rossetti_ 191
A thousand voices fill my ears
_F. W. Bourdillon_ 45
Across the grass I see her pass
_Austin Dobson_ 81
Ah, what avails the sceptered race!
_Walter Savage Landor_ 127
Airly Beacon, Airly Beacon
_Charles Kingsley_ 121
All glorious as the Rainbow's birth
_Gerald Massey_ 153
All through the sultry hours of June
_Mortimer Collins_ 54
Along the garden ways just now
_Arthur O'Shaughnessy_ 156
Although I enter not
_William Makepeace Thackeray_ 218
As Gertrude skipt from babe to girl
_Frederick Locker-Lampson_ 139
As I came round the harbor buoy
_Jean Ingelow_ 116
Awake!--The starry midnight Hour
_B. W. Procter_ (_Barry Cornwall_) 174
Awake thee, my Lady-love!
_George Darley_ 64
Back flies my soul to other years
_Joseph Skipsey_ 199
Break, break, break
_Alfred Tennyson_ 212

Came, on a Sabbath noon, my sweet
_Thomas Ashe_ 23
Christmas is here
_William Makepeace Thackeray_ 220
Come, rosy Day!
_Sir Edwin Arnold_ 20
Come sing, Come sing, of the great Sea-King
_B. W. Procter_ (_Barry Cornwall_) 172
Could ye come back to me, Douglas, Douglas
_Dinah Maria Mulock Craik_ 56

Drink, and fill the night with mirth!
_B. W. Procter_ (_Barry Cornwall_) 180

Every day a Pilgrim, blindfold
_Hamilton Ad_ 7

Fast falls the snow, O lady mine
_Mortimer Collins_ 49
First the fine, faint, dreamy motion
_Norman Gale_ 98

Hence, rude Winter! crabbed old fellow
_Alfred Domett_ 84
How many Summers, love
_B. W. Procter_ (_Barry Cornwall_) 165
How many times do I love thee, dear?
_Thomas Lovell Beddoes_ 38

I bring a garland for your head
_Edmund Gosse_ 101
I had a Message to send her
_Adelaide Anne Procter_ 162
I have been here before
_Dante Gabriel Rossetti_ 193
I leaned out of window, I smelt the white clover
_Jean Ingelow_ 118
I looked and saw your eyes
_Dante Gabriel Rossetti_ 194
I made another garden, yea
_Arthur O'Shaughnessy_ 158
I remember, I remember
_Thomas Hood_ 106
I sat beside the streamlet
_Hamilton Ad_ 3
I wandered by the brook-side
_Lord Houghton_ 111
I walked in the lonesome evening
_William Allingham_ 16
If I could choose my paradise
_Thomas Ashe_ 22
If love were what the rose is
_Algernon Charles Swinburne_ 205
If there were dreams to sell
_Thomas Lovell Beddoes_ 30
I 'm sitting on the stile, Mary
_Lady Dufferin_ 90
In Clementina's artless mien
_Walter Savage Landor_ 131
In Love, if Love be Love, if Love be ours
_Alfred Tennyson_ 217
Into the Devil tavern
_George Walter Thornbury_ 225
It was not in the winter
_Thomas Hood_ 102
I 've been roaming! I 've been roaming!
_George Darley_ 62

King Death was a rare old fellow!
_B. W. Procter_ (_Barry Cornwall_) 176
Kissing her hair I sat against her feet.
_Algernon Charles Swinburne_ 208

Lady! in this night of June
_Alfred Austin_ 26
Last time I parted from my Dear
_William Bell Scott_ 196
Let us wreathe the mighty cup
_Michael Field_ 96
Little dimples so sweet and soft
_J. Ashby Sterry_ 203
Lullaby! O lullaby!
_William Cox Bennett_ 42
Lute! breathe thy lowest in my Lady's ear
_Sir Edwin Arnold_ 18

Mirror your sweet eyes in mine, love
_J. Ashby Sterry_ 204
Mother, I can not mind my wheel
_Walter Savage Landor_ 133
My fairest child, I have no song to give you
_Charles Kingsley_ 126
My goblet's golden lips are dry
_Thomas Lovell Beddoes_ 34
My love, on a fair May morning
_Thomas Ashe_ 24
My roses blossom the whole year round
_William Cox Bennett_ 41

O for the look of those pure gray eyes
_J. Ashby Sterry_ 201
O happy buds of violet!
_Mortimer Collins_ 53
"O Heart, my heart!" she said, and heard
_Dinah Maria Mulock Craik_ 58
O lady, leave thy silken thread
_Thomas Hood_ 104
O lips that mine have grown into
_Algernon Charles Swinburne_ 209
O Love is like the roses
_Robert Buchanan_ 48
O May, thou art a merry time
_George Darley_ 60
O roses for the flush of youth
_Christina G. Rossetti_ 188
O spirit of the Summertime!
_William Allingham_ 13
O ye tears! O ye tears! that have long refused to flow
_Charles Mackay_ 147
Often I have heard it said
_Walter Savage Landor_ 128
Oh, a dainty plant is the Ivy green
_Charles Dickens_ 75
Oh, hearing sleep, and sleeping hear
_William Allingham_ 14
Oh! let me dream of happy days gone by
_Hamilton Ad_ 6
Oh, lovely Mary Donnelly, my joy, my only best!
_William Allingham_ 9
"Oh, Mary, go and call the cattle home"
_Charles Kingsley_ 122
One lovely name adorns my song
_Walter Savage Landor_ 133

Peace! what can tears avail?
_B. W. Procter_ (_Barry Cornwall_) 182

Seated one day at the Organ
_Adelaide Anne Procter_ 160
Seek not the tree of silkiest bark
_Aubrey de Vere_ 72
She was not fair, nor full of grace
_B. W. Procter_ (_Barry Cornwall_) 170
She 's up and gone, the graceless Girl
_Thomas Hood_ 108
Sing!--Who sings
_B.



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