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CONTENTS
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OUR CONGRATULATIONS ON THE RECOVERY OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS 301
PATHETIC EPITAPH 301
SONG 303
WILLIAM BLAKE 305
SUPPLEMENT TO THE INFERNO 306
DON GIOVANNI AT COVENT GARDEN 313
AQUATICS (KEW) 315


TRANSLATIONS.

TRANSLATIONS FROM HEINE
THE PILGRIMAGE TO KEVLAAR 321
THE LORELEY 325
THE MOUNTAIN VOICE 326
"FOR MANY THOUSAND AGES" 327
"IN THE RHINE, IN THE BEAUTIFUL RIVER" 327
"THE LOTUS-FLOWER DOTH LANGUISH" 328
"THE WORLD IS DULL, THE WORLD IS BLIND" 329
"I BLAME THEE NOT, A BROKEN HEART MY LOT" 329
"THE VIOLETS BLUE OF THE EYES DIVINE" 330
"THE EARTH IS SO FAIR AND THE HEAVEN SO BLUE" 331
"I GAZED UPON HER PICTURE" 331
"A PINE-TREE STANDETH LONELY" 332
"MY DARLING, THOU ART FLOWERLIKE" 332
"SAY WHERE IS THE MAIDEN SWEET" 332
"THE OLD DREAM COMES AGAIN TO ME" 332