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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
|Scoffers. Mock on, mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau||121|
|The Agony of Faith. "I see, I see," the mother said||123|
|Daybreak. To find the western path||124|
|Thames and Ohio. Why should I care for the men of Thames?||124|
|Young Love. Are not the joys of morning sweeter||125|
|Riches. Since all the riches of this world||125|
|Opportunity. He who bends to himself a joy||126|
|Seed Sowing. Thou hast a lapful of seed||126|
|Barren Blossom. I feared the fury of my wind||127|
|Night and Day. Silent, silent night||127|
|Love and Deceit. Love to faults is always blind||128|
|Couplets and Fragments||129|
|Epigrams and Satirical Pieces on Art and Artists||132|
|Memoranda by Blake of his mode of Engraving||178|
|On Homer's Poetry||179|
|The Ghost of Abel||181|
|A Vision of the Last Judgment||185|
|Note upon Blake's Engraved Designs||203|
|Illustrations of the Book of Job|
|Songs of Innocence and of Experience.|
ANNOTATED CATALOGUE OF BLAKE'S PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS.