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John Greenleaf Whittier (1807–1892).  The Poetical Works in Four Volumes.  1892.
 
Vol. IV. Personal Poems, The Tent on the Beach, etc.
 
PERSONAL POEMS
A Lament
To the Memory of Charles B. Storrs
Lines on the Death of S. Oliver Torrey
To ——, with a Copy of Woolman’s Journal
Leggett’s Monument
To a Friend, on her Return from Europe
Lucy Hooper
Follen
To J. P.
Chalkley Hall
Gone
To Ronge
Channing
To my Friend on the Death of his Sister
Daniel Wheeler
To Fredrika Bremer
To Avis Keene
The Hill-Top
Elliott
Ichabod
The Lost Occasion
Wordsworth
To ——. Lines written after a Summer Day’s Excursion
In Peace
Benedicite
Kossuth
To my Old Schoolmaster
The Cross
The Hero
Rantoul
William Forster
To Charles Sumner
Burns
To George B. Cheever
To James T. Fields
The Memory of Burns
In Remembrance of Joseph Sturge
Brown of Ossawatomie
Naples
A Memorial
Bryant on his Birthday
Thomas Starr King
Lines on a Fly-Leaf
George L. Stearns
Garibaldi
To Lydia Maria Child
The Singer
How Mary Grew
Sumner
Thiers
Fitz-Greene Halleck
William Francis Bartlett
Bayard Taylor
Our Autocrat
Within the Gate
In Memory: James T. Fields
Wilson
The Poet and the Children
A Welcome to Lowell
An Artist of the Beautiful
Mulford
To a Cape Ann Schooner
Samuel J. Tilden
 
OCCASIONAL POEMS
Eva
A Lay of Old Time
A Song of Harvest
Kenoza Lake
For an Autumn Festival
The Quaker Alumni
Our River
Revisited
The Laurels
June on the Merrimac
Hymn for the Opening of Thomas Starr King’s House of Worship
Hymn for the House of Worship at Georgetown, erected in Memory of a Mother
A Spiritual Manifestation
Chicago
Kinsman
The Golden Wedding of Longwood
Hymn for the Opening of Plymouth Church, St. Paul, Minnesota
Lexington
The Library
I was a Stranger, and ye took me in
Centennial Hymn
At School-Close
Hymn of the Children
The Landmarks
Garden
A Greeting
Godspeed
Winter Roses
The Reunion
Norumbega Hall
The Bartholdi Statue
One of the Signers
 
THE TENT ON THE BEACH
Prelude
The Tent on the Beach
The Wreck of Rivermouth
The Grave by the Lake
The Brother of Mercy
The Changeling
The Maids of Attitash
Kallundborg Church
The Cable Hymn
The Dead Ship of Harpswell
The Palatine
Abraham Davenport
The Worship of Nature
 
AT SUNDOWN
To E. C. S.
The Christmas of 1888
The Vow of Washington
The Captain’s Well
An Outdoor Reception
R. S. S., at Deer Island on the Merrimac
Burning Drift-wood
O. W. Holmes on his Eightieth Birthday
James Russell Lowell
Haverhill. 1640–1890
To G. G.
Preston Powers, Inscription for Bass-Relief
Lydia H. Sigourney, Inscription on Tablet
Milton, On Memorial Window
The Birthday Wreath
The Wind of March
Between the Gates
The Last Eve of Summer
To Oliver Wendell Holmes, 8th Mo. 29th, 1892
 
POEMS BY ELIZABETH H. WHITTIER
The Dream of Argyle
Lines written on the departure of Joseph Sturge
John Quincy Adams
Dr. Kane in Cuba
Lady Franklin
Night and Death
The Meeting Waters
The Wedding Veil
Charity
 
APPENDIX I. EARLY AND UNCOLLECTED VERSES
The Exile’s Departure
The Deity
The Vale of the Merrimac
Benevolence
Ocean
The Sicilian Vespers
The Spirit of the North
The Earthquake
Judith at the Tent of Holofernes
Metacom
Mount Agiochook
The Drunkard to his Bottle
The Fair Quakeress
Bolivar
Isabella of Austria
The Fratricide
Isabel
Stanzas: “Bind up thy tresses
Mogg Megone
The Past and Coming Year
The Missionary
Evening in Burmah
Massachusetts
 
APPENDIX II. POEMS PRINTED IN THE ‘LIFE OF WHITTIER’
The Home-Coming of the Bride
The Song of the Vermonters, 1779
To a Poetical Trio in the City of Gotham
Album Verses
What State Street said to South Carolina, and what South Carolina said to State Street
A Frémont Campaign Song
The Quakers are Out
A Legend of the Lake
Letter to Lucy Larcom
Lines on Leaving Appledore
Mrs. Choate’s House-Warming
An Autograph
To Lucy Larcom
A Farewell
On A Fly-Leaf of Longfellow’s Poems: “Hushed now the sweet consoling tongue
Samuel E. Sewall
Lines written in an Album: “What shall I wish him?”
A Day’s Journey
A Fragment: “The dreadful burden of our sins we feel

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