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CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.
"You ask me why, though ill at ease
"Of old sat freedom on the heights".
"Love thou thy land with love far brought ".
after reading a Life and Letters.
To E. L., on his Travels in Greece.
Will Waterproof's Lyrical Monologue.
Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere.
TO THE QUEEN.
REVERED, beloved,-O you that hold
Than arms, or power of brain, or birth,
Victoria, since your Royal grace
This laurel greener from the brows
And should your greatness, and the care
Then-while a sweeter music wakes,
And through wild March the throstle calls,
Take, Madam, this poor book of song;
And leave us rulers of your blood
May children of our children say,
She wrought her people lasting good;