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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
ived a nobler cause to aid,— Shaking from warning finger-tips The doom of her apocalypse; Or her, who world-wide entrance gave To the log-cabin of the slave, Made all his want and sorrow known, And all earth's languages his own. 1866. George L. Stearns. No man rendered greater service to the cause of freedom than Major Stearns in the great struggle between invading slaveholders and the free settlers of Kansas. he has done the work of a true man,— Crown him, honor him, love him. Weep ovMajor Stearns in the great struggle between invading slaveholders and the free settlers of Kansas. he has done the work of a true man,— Crown him, honor him, love him. Weep over him, tears of woman, Stoop manliest brows above him! O dusky mothers and daughters, Vigils of mourning keep for him! Up in the mountains, and down by the waters, Lift up your voices and weep for him! For the warmest of hearts is frozen, The freest of hands is still; And the gap in our picked and chosen The long years may not fill. No duty could overtask him, No need his will outrun; Or ever our lips could ask him, His hands the work had done. He forgot his own soul for others, Himself t<
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
Starr King's House of Worship. Lines on leaving Appledore. 1865Revisited. To the Thirty-ninth Congress. The Changeling. The Grave by the Lake. Kallundborg Church. Hymn for the Celebration of Emancipation at Newburyport. Laus Deo. The Mantle of St. John de Matha. The Peace Autumn. The Eternal Goodness. 1866Snow-Bound. The Common Question. Our Master. Abraham Davenport. Lines on a Fly Leaf. The Maids of Attitash. The Dead Ship of Harpswell. Letter to Lucy Larcom. 1867George L. Stearns. The Worship of Nature. Freedom in Brazil. The Palatine. The Tent on the Beach. 1868The Hive at Gettysburg. Divine Compassion. The Clear Vision. The Meeting. The Two Rabbins. Among the Hills. The Dole of Jarl Thorkell. Hymn for the House of Worship at Georgetown. An Autograph. 1869Howard at Atlanta. Garibaldi. Norumbega. The Pageant. 1870Miriam. In School-Days. To Lydia Maria Child. My Triumph. Nauhaught, the Deacon. The Prayer-Seeker. The Laurels. A Spiritu
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
. Slaves of Martinique, The, III. 136. Snow-Bound, II. 134. Song for the Time, A, III. 189. Song, A, inscribed to the Fremont Clubs, III. 192. Song of Harvest, A, IV. 160. Song of Slaves in the Desert, III. 125. Song of the Vermonters, 1779, The, IV. 394. Spirit of the North, The, IV. 340. Spiritual Manifestation, A, IV. 189. Stanzas: Bind up thy tresses, thou beautiful one, IV. 356. Stanzas for the Times, III. 35. Star of Bethlehem, The, II. 188. Stearns, George L., IV. 117. Storm on Lake Asquam, II. 84. Story of Ida, The, II. 336. Summer by the Lakeside, II. 27. Summer Pilgrimage, A, II. 86. Summons, A, III. 40. Summons, The, III. 213. Sumner, IV. 127. Sunset on the Bearcamp, II. 73. Swan Song of Parson Avery, The, i.188. Sweet Fern, II. 89. Sycamores, The, i. 178. Tauler, i. 141. Taylor, Bayard, IV. 140. Telling the Bees, i. 186. Tent on the Beach, The, IV. 227. Texas, III. 94. Thiers, IV. 135.