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Greek Chorus, the Quantity and Letters of a Traveller, 52 Parlour Library, 119, 183, 372
Princess, the, a Medley, 116
Rambles on the Hartz Moun.
Keepsake, the, 50
Address of a Convict to her Helen Grey, 211
Pity and the Rose, 302
Ireland, on the present State of, Rich Man's Bride, the, 19
Irish Emigrants, 354
Secret disclosed, the, 178
Snowdrop, the, 166
Child, the, is Father to the Man, June, 371
Spirits of the Abbey, the, 33
Spirits, the, of the Past, 34
Death, the, of the Dearest, 240 Life's Changes, 371
Eclipse, the, 64
Voices from Nature, 86
Girl, to a, on her Birth-day, 135
Woodbine, the, 103
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