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, III. 291.
How smiled the land of France, IV. 23.
How strange to greet, this frosty morn, II. 33.
How sweetly come the holy psalms, IV. 100.
How sweetly on the wood-girt town, i. 34.
Hurrah! the seaward breezes, III. 294.
Hushed now the sweet consoling tongue, IV. 409.
I ask not now for gold to gild, II. 233.
I call the old time back: I bring my lay, i. 196.
I did but dream.
I never knew, II. 286.
I do believe, and yet, in grief, i. 127.
I do not love thee, Isabel, and yet thou art most fair, IV. 355.
If I have seemed more prompt to censure wrong, IV. 91.
I give thee joy!—I know to thee, IV. 108.
I have been thinking of the victims bound, III. 335.
I have not felt, o'er seas of sand, II. 230.
I heard the train's shrill whistle call, III. 170.
I know not, Time and Space so intervene, i. 253.
I love the old melodious lays, i. 11.
Immortal Love, forever full, II. 272.
I mourn no more my vanished years, II. 130.
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