BOARD OF LIBRARY COMMISSIONERS.
Il.N. Y., Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1890 $1.50
How enviable is the record of a poet who is our most brilliant and learned critic, and who has given us our best native idyl, our best and most complete work in dialectic verse and the noblest heroic ode that America has produced.
N. Y., Holt & Co., 1898 $2
The book contains so much that is admirably in tune with the spirit of childhood. It is a delightful compilation.
N. Y., Routledge, 1889 $1.50
Compiler designed to present one great panoramic review of the master-pieces of English and American poetry.
N. Y., Scribner's Sons, 1882 $1.50
These are not merely verses on patriotic themes ; but fifty-six poems representing forty native writers. A rich collection showing praise-worthy discrimination.
Chic, McClurg & Co., 1892 $1
Vastness of scene and power together; little wonder that the poem should have impressed the world.—David Masson.
N. Y., Ward, Lock & Bowden, 1893 $2.50
Reprinted from the early editions with explanatory notes, etc.
N. Y., Macmillan & Co., 1892 $1
This selection is planned for children between ten and sixteen years of age.
N. Y., Crowell & Co., 1897 $1.50
Humorous and pathetic poems of New England life.
Osgood, 1873 (Diamond ed.) $1, $2.25 and $3
"The present edition contains the whole of her legends and lyrics and originates in the great favor with which they were received by the public."—Charles Dickens.