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lowering sky, the rising wind, -- all these | Ch. VI. It is contained in a letter from would excite his apprehension, and induce the Rev. James Pierpont, Pastor of New him to ply a vigorous oar until the dreaded Haven. To this account Mather adds wall was passed. But in the Pictured these words :Rocks there are two features which com- “* Reader, there being yet living so many municate to the scenery a wonderful and credible gentlemen that were eyewitnesses almost unique character. These are, first, of this wonderful thing, I venture to pubthe curious manner in which the cliffs have lish it for a thing as undoubted as 't is been excavated and worn away by the ac- wonderful.” tion of the lake, which, for centuries, has dashed an ocean-like surf against their Page 215. And the Emperor but a Mabase; and, second, the equally curious cho. manner in which large portions of the sur- Macho, in Spanish, signifies a mule. face have been colored by bands of bril. Golosulrina is the feminine form of Golonliant hues.

drino, a swallow, and also a cant name for • It is froin the latter circumstance that a deserter. the name, by which these cliffs are known to the American traveller, is derived ; while Page 217. Oliver Basselin. that applied to them by the French voya- Oliver Basselin, the Père joyeux du geurs | Les Portails') is derived from the Vaudeville,” flourished in the fifteenth former, and by far the most striking pecu- century, and gave to his convivial songs liarity.

the name of his native valleys, in which he “The term Pictured Rocks has been in

sang them, Vaux-de-Vire. This name was use for a great length of time; but when it afterwards corrupted into the modern Vau. was first applied, we have been unable to deville. discover. It would seem that the tirst travellers were more impressed with the novel Page 218. Victor Galbraith. and striking distribution of colors on the surface than with the astonishing variety Galbraith was a bugler in a company of

This poem is founded on fact. Victor of form into which the cliffs themselves volunteer cavalry, and was shot in Mexico have been worn.

for some breach of discipline. It is a com"Our voyageurs

had

many legends to relate of the pranks of the Menni-bojou in balls will kill them unless their names are

mon superstition among soldiers, that no these caverns, and, in answer to our inqui- written on them. The olul proverb says, ries, seemed disposed to fabricate stories,

• Every bullet has its billet.' without end, of the achievements of this Indian deity.”

Page 219. I remember the sea-fight far Page 189. Toward the sun his hands away. were lifted.

This was the engagement between the In this manner, and with such saluta- Enterprise and Boxer, off the harbor of tions, was Father Marquette received by Portland, in which both captains were the Íllinois. See his Voyages et Décori-in. They were buried side by side, in vertes, Section V.

the cemetery on Mountjoy. Page 212.

Pare 222. Santa Filomena.
That of our rices we can frume - At Pisa the church of San Francisco
A ladder.

contains a chapel dedicated lately to Santa The words of St. Augustine are, “De Filomena; over the altar is a picture, by Yitiis nostris scalam nobis facimus, si vitia Sabatelli, representing the Saint as a beauipsa calcamus."

tiful, nymph-like figure, floating down Sermon III. De Ascensione. from heaven, attended by two angels bear

ing the lily, palm, and javelin, and bePage 212. The Phantom Ship.

neath, in the foreground, the sick and A detailed account of this “apparition maimed, who are healed by her intercesof a Ship in the Air” is given by Cotton sion.” — MRS. JAMESON, Sacred and, LeMather in his Magnalia Christi, Book I. I gendary Art, II. 298.

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INDEX.

[The titles in small capital letters are those of the principal divisions of the work, those in
lower-case are single poems, or the subdivisions of long poeins.)

Aftermath, 231.

Catawba Wine, 221.
Afternoon in February, 87.

Celestial Pilot, The, 17.
Amalfi, 361

Challenge, The, 229.
Angel and the Child, The, 339.

Challenge of Thor, The, 246.
Annie of Tharaw, 92.

Changed, 229.
April Day, An, 6.

Charlemagne, 294.
Arrow and the Song, The, 90.

Charles Sumner, 358.
Arsenal at Springfield, The, 78.

Chaucer, 365.
Autumn, 7, 91.

Child Asleep, The, 20.
Azrael, 293

Children, 224.

CHILDREN OF THE LORD'S SUPPER, THE, 29
Ballad of Carmilhan, The, 280.

Children's Hour, The, 225.
BALLADS AND OTHER POEMs, 25.

Christmas Bells, 319.
Baron of St. Castine, The, 288.

Christmas Carol, A, 140.
Beatrice, 19.

Chrysaor, 126.
Beleaguered City, The, 5.

Cobbler of Hagenau, The, 277.
BELFRY OF BRUGES AND OTHER POEMS, THE, 76. Consolatiou, 338.
Belfry of Bruges, The, 77.

Coplas de Manrique, 11.
Belisarius, 362.

COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH, THE, 191.
Bell of Atri, The, 273.

Crew of the Long Serpent, The, 257.
Bells of Lynn, The, 320.

Cumberland, The, 226.
Beware, 23.

CURFEW, 94.
Bird and the Ship, The, 22.
Birds of Killingworth, The, 268.

Dante, 91.
Birds of Passage, 131.

Day of Sunshine, 227.
BIRDS OF PASSAGE.

Day is done, The, 87.
FLIGHT THE FIRST, 211.

Daybreak, 223.
FLIGHT THE SECOND, 225.

Daylight and Moonlight, 216.
FLIGHT THE THIRD, 228.

Dead, The, 22.
FLIGHT THE FOURTH, 358.

Death of Kwasind, The, 182.
Bishop Sigurd at Salten Fiord, 254.

Dedication to the Seaside and the Fireside, 121.
Black Knight, The, 24.

Discoverer of the North Cape, The, 222,
Blessing the Cornfields, 170.

Divina Commedia, 322.
Blind Bartimeus, 38.

Drinking Song, 89.
Blind Girl of Castèl-Cuillé, 135.
Bridge, The, 85.

EARLIER POEMS, 6.
Bridge of Cloud, The, 318.

Einar Tamberskelver, 201.
Brook, The, 17.

Elected Knight, The, 29.
Brook and the Wave, The, 230.

Elizabeth, 299.
Boy and the Brook, The, 337.

Emma and Eginhard, 295.
Builders, The, 130.

Emperor's Bird's-Nest, The, 215.
Building of the Long Serpent, The, 256.

Enceladus, 226.
Building of the Ship, The, 122.
Burial of the Minnisink, The, 10.

Endymion, 36.

Epimetheus, 231.
By the Fireside, 129.

EVANGELINE, 95.
By the Seaside, 122.

Evening Star, The, 91.

Excelsior, 40.
Cadenabbia, 359.
Carillon, 76.

Falcon of Ser Federigo, 237.
Castle by the Sea, The, 23.

Famine, The, 185.
Castle-Builder, The, 229.

Fata Morgana, 228.

Fiftieth Birthday of Agassiz, 224.

Ladder of St. Augustine, The, 212.
Finales to Wayside Inn, 271, 291, 316.

Lady Wentworth, 283.
Fire of Drift-Wood, The, 129.

Landlord's Tales, The, 235, 314.
FLOWER-DE-LUCE, 317.

Legend Beautiful, The, 286.
Flower-de-Luce, 317.

Legend of Rabbi Ben Levi, The, 242.
Flowers, 4.

Legend of the Crossbill, The, 93.
Footsteps of Angels, 4.

L'Envoi, 25.
Four Winds, The, 144.

Light of Stars, The, 3.
From the Spanish Cancioneros, 230.

Lighthouse, The, 128.
Fugitive, The, 336.

Little Bird in the Air, The, 258.

Love and Friendship, 193.
Galaxy, The, 366.

Lover's Errand, The, 193.
Gaspar Becerra, 132.

Luck of Edenhall, The, 28.
Ghosts, The, 183.
Giotto's Tower, 321.

Maidenhood, 39.
Gleam of Sunshine, The, 78.

March of Miles Standish, The, 205.
Goblet of Life, The, 39.

MASQUE OF PANDORA, THE, 341.
God's-Acre, 37.

Meeting, The, 229.
Golden Milestone, The, 220.

Midnight Mass for the Dying Year, 5.
Good Part, The, 42.

Miles Standish, 191.
Good Shepherd, The, 16.

Milton, 365.
Grave, The, 20.

MISCELLANEOUS, 36, 78.
Gudrun, 252.

Monk of Casal-Maggiore, The, 304,

Monte Cassino, 360.
HANDFUL OF TRANSLATIONS, A, 336.

MORITURI SALUTAMUS, 354.
HANGING OF THE CRANE, THE, 352.

Mother's Ghost, The, 312.
Happiest Land, The, 21.

Musician's Tales, The, 246, 280, 312.
Haunted Chamber, The, 228.

My Lost Youth, 219.
Haunted Houses, 214.
Hawthorne, 319.
Hemlock-Tree, The, 92.

Nameless Grave, A, 367.
Hiawatha and Mudjekeewis, 149.

Native Land, The, 17.
Hiawatha and the Pearl-Feather, 159.

Noël, 323
Hiawatha's Childhood, 146.

Norman Baron, The, 80.
Hiawatha's Departure, 189.

Nun of Nidaros, The, 262.
Hiawatha's Fasting, 151.

Nuremberg, 79.
Hiawatha's Fishing, 157.
Hiawatha's Friends, 154.

Occultation of Orion, The, 84.
Hiawatha's Lamentation, 174.

Old Bridge at Florence, The, 368.
Hiawatha's Sailing, 156.

Old Clock on the Stairs, The, 89.
Hiawatha's Wedding-Feast, 164.

Oliver Basselin, 217.
Hiawatha's Wooing, 162.

Open Window, The, 132.
Hunting of Pau-Puk-Keewis, The, 178.
Hymn, 135.
Hymn of the Moravian Nuns, 8,

Palingenesis, 317.

Pau-Puk-Keewis, 176.
Hymn to the Night, 2.

Paul Revere's Ride, 235.

Peace-Pipe, The, 142.
Il Ponte Vecchio di Firenze, 368.

Pegasus in Pound, 133.
Image of God, The, 17.

Phantom Ship, The, 212.
In the Churchyard at Cambridge, 214.

Picture-Writing, 172.
Interludes to the Wayside Inn, 237, 241, 243, POEMS ON SLAVERY, 41.

246, 263, 267, 275, 277, 279, 283, 286, 287, 293, Poetic Aphorisms, 93.
295, 298, 304, 309, 311, 313.

Poet's Tales, The, 268, 283, 294.
Introduction to the Song of Hiawatha, 141. Preludes to Tales of a Wayside Inn, 232, 272,
Iron Beard, 251.

292.
It is not always May, 37.

Prelude to Voices of the Night, 1.

Priscilla, 203.
Jewish Cemetery at Newport, 216.

Prometheus, 211.
John Alden, 198.

Psalio of Life, A, 2.
JUDAS MACCABÆUS, 324.
Kambalu, 275.

Quadroon Girl, The, 43.
Keats, 366.

Queen Sigrid the Haughty, 248.
Killed at the Ford, 321.

Queen Thyri and the Angelica Stalks, 258.
King Christian, 21.
King Olaf and Earl Sigvald, 260.

Rain in Summer, 81.
King Olaf's Christmas, 255.

Rainy Day, The, 37.
King Olaf's Death-Drink, 262.

Raud the Strong, 254.
King Olaf's Return, 247.

Reaper and the Flowers, The, 3.
King Olaf's War-Horns, 260.

Remorse, 340.
King Robert of Sicily, 243.

Resignation, 129
King Svend of the Forked Beard, 259.

Rhyme of Sir Christopher, The, 314.
King Witlaf's Drinking-Horn, 132.

Ropewalk, The, 220.

Saga of King Olaf, The, 246.
Sailing of the Mayflower, 200.
Sand of the Desert in an hour-Glass, 130.
Sandalphon, 2.25.
Santa Filomena, 222.
Santa Teresa's Book-Mark, 3:0.
Scanderbeg, 309.
Sea hath its Pearls, The, 93.
SEASIDE AND THE FIRESIDE, THE, 121.
Seaweed, 86.
Secret of the Sea, The, 126.
Sermon of St. Francis, The, 362.
Shadow, A, 367.
Shakespeare, 365.
Sicilian Tales, The, 243, 273, 304.
Siege of Kazan, The, 337.
Singers, The, 134.
Sir Humphrey Gilbert, 127.
Skeleton in Arinor, The, 25.
Skerry of Shrieks, The, 249.
Slave in the Dismal Swamp, The, 42.
Slave Singing at Midnight, The, 42.
Slave's Dream, The, 41.
Sleep, 367.
Snow-Flakes, 227.
Something left Undone, 227.
Son of the Evening Star, The, 167.
SONG OF HIAWATHA, THE, 141.
Song of the Bell, The, 23.
Song of the Silent Land, 24.
Songo River, 363.
SONGS, 86.
Sonnet, 134.
SONNETS, 91.
SONNETS, A BOOK OF, 364.
Sound of the Sea, The, 366.
Spanish Jew's Tales, The, 249, 275, 293, 309.
SPANISH STUDENT, THE, 44.
Spinning-Wheel, The, 207.
Spirit of Poetry, The, 9.
Spring, 19.
Statue over the Cathedral Door, The, 93.
Student's Tales, The, 237, 277, 288, 295.
Summer Day by the Sea, A, 366.
Sunrise on the Hills, 8.
Suspiria, 135.

TALES OF A WAYSIDE Ixx.

PART FIRST, 232.
PART SECOND, 272.

PART THIRD, 292,
Tegnér's Drapa, 133.
Terrestrial Paradise, The, 18.
Thangbrand the Priest, 253.
Theologian's Tales, The, 264, 286, 299.
Thora of Riinol, 248.
Three Friends o. Mine, 364.
Tides, The, 367
To a Child, $2.
To an Old Danish Song-Book, 88.
To Cardinal Richelieu, 339.
To Italy, 339.
To the Driving Cloud, 85.
To the River Charles, 38.
To the Stork, 338.
To William E. Channing, 41.
To-morrow, 16, 321.
Torquemada, 264.
TRANSLATIONS, 11, 92.
Travels by the Fireside, 359.
Twilight, 127
Two Angels, The, 215.
Two Locks of Hair, The, 37.

Victor Galbraith, 218.
Village Blacksmith, The, 36.
VOICES OF THE NIGHT, 1.
Vox Populi, 229.
Walter von der Vogelweid, 88.
Wanderer's Night-Songs, 339.
Warden of the Cinque Ports, The, 213.
Warning, The, 44.
Wave, The, 22.
Wayside Inn, The, 232.
Weariness, 228.
Wedding-Day, The, 209.
White Man's Foot, The, 186.
Whither, 22.
Wind over the Chimney, The, 320.
Witnesses, The, 43.
Woods in Winter, 7.
Wraith of Odin, The, 250.
Wreck of the Hesperus, The, 27.

THE END.

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