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Greek Chorus, the Quantity and | Letters of a Traveller, 52
Music of the, discovered, 185
Parlour Library, 119, 183, 372
Select Plays of William Shake-
Keepsake, the, 50
Half-Sisters, the, 244
Cottage-girl's Wish, the, 324
Lay of a Maniac, 283
Eclipse, the, 64
Eighteen hundred and forty- Lucy Lee, 272
Lord Henry, 100
Rich Man's Bride, the, 19
Violets, 166, 211
Una Idea, 94
When soft Winds are sighing,
Why art thou silent now? 331
Woodbine, the, 103
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