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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
ed woods, These, in our view, shall henceforth take A tenderer meaning for thy sake; And all thou lovedst of earth and sky, Seem sacred to thy memory. 1841. Follen. On Reading his Essay on the Future State. Charles Follen, one of the noblest contributions of Germany to American citizenship, was at an early age driven frCharles Follen, one of the noblest contributions of Germany to American citizenship, was at an early age driven from his professorship in the University of Jena, and compelled to seek shelter from official prosecution in Switzerland, on account of his liberal political opinions. He became Professor of Civil Law in the University of Basle. The governments of Prussia, Austria, and Russia united in demanding his delivery as a political offend God. Shall these poor elements outlive The mind whose kingly will they wrought? Their gross unconsciousness survive Thy godlike energy of thought? Thou livest, Follen! not in vain Hath thy fine spirit meekly borne The burthen of Life's cross of pain, And the thorned crown of suffering worn. Oh, while Life's solemn mystery gl
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
ral Letter. Lines on the Death of S. Oliver Torrey. 1838Pentucket. The Familist's Hymn. Pennsylvania Hall. Album Verses. The Farewell of a Virginia Slave Mother. The Quaker of the Olden Time. 1839The New Year. The Relic. The World's Convention. 1840To——, with a copy of Woolman's Journal. 1841The Cypress Tree of Ceylon. St. John. The Exiles. Funeral Tree of the Sokokis. The Norsemen. Memories. The Merrimac. Lucy Hooper. To a Friend. Leggett's Monument. Democracy. 1842Follen. The Gallows. Raphael. 1843The Knight of St. John. Cassandra Southwick. The New Wife and the Old. Hampton Beach. Ego. To J. P. Chalkley Hall. Massachusetts to Virginia. The Christian Slave. Seed-Time and Harvest. To the Reformers of England. The Human Sacrifice. 1844The Pumpkin. The Bridal of Pennacook. Ezekiel. Channing. To Massachusetts. The Sentence of John L. Brown. To Faneuil Hall. Texas. 1845New Hampshire. At Washington. To my Friend on the Death of his Sister.
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
89. Eve of Election, The, III. 353. Exile's Departure, The, IV. 333. Exiles, The, i. 53. Expostulation, III. 24. Extract from A New England Legend, i. 23. Ezekiel, II. 209. Fair Quakeress, The, IV. 349. Familist's Hymn, The, II. 205. Farewell, A, IV. 409. Farewell of a Virginia Slave Mother, The, III. 56. Female Martyr, The, i. 19. First-Day Thoughts, II. 242. First Flowers, The, II. 46. Fishermen, The, III. 294. Flowers in Winter, II. 33. Follen: on Reading his Essay on The Future State, IV. 29. For an Autumn Festival, IV. 164. Forgiveness, II. 109. For Righteousness' Sake, III. 175. Forster, William, IV. 88. Fountain, The, i. 29. Fragment, A, IV. 411. Fratricide, The, IV. 353. Freed Islands, The, III. 115. Freedom in Brazil, III. 361. Fremont Campaign Song, A, IV. 400. Friend's Burial, The, II. 301. From Perugia, III. 356. Frost Spirit, The, II. 9. Fruit-Gift, The, II. 31. Funeral Tr