re she died, unattended.
When her death was discovered, she was hastily covered up in the earth near by, and a stake driven through her body, to exorcise the evil spirit.
Rev. Stephen Bachiler or Batchelder was one of the ablest of the early New England preachers.
His marriage late in life to a woman regarded by his church as disreputable induced him to return to England, where he enjoyed the esteem and favor of Oliver Cromwell during the Protectorate. Rivermouth Rocks are fair to see, By d sidelong moral squint Our friend objects to, which has grown, I fear, a habit of my own. Twas written when the Asian plague drew near, And the land held its breath and paled with sudden fear. “
The famous Dark Day of New England, May 19, 1780, was a physical puzzle for many years to our ancestors, but its occurrence brought something more than philosophical speculation into the minds of those who passed through it. The incident of Colonel Abraham Davenport's sturdy pr
as been long, IV. 324.
Here, while the loom of Winter weaves, II. 122.
Her fingers shame the ivory keys, i. 250.
Her window opens to the bay, IV. 249.
He stood on the brow of the well-known hill, IV. 353.
His laurels fresh from song and lay, IV. 142.
Ho—all to the borders!
Vermonters, come down, IV. 394.
Hoot!—daur ye shaw ye're face again, IV. 348.
Ho! thou who seekest late and long, III. 91.
How bland and sweet the greeting of this breeze, IV. 35.
How has New England's romance fled, i. 23.
Ho! workers of the old time styled, 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.
Summer, A, II. 17.
Drovers, The, III. 304.
Drunkard to his Bottle, The, IV. 348.
Earthquake, The, IV. 341.
Easter Flower Gift, An, II. 331.
Ego, II. 101.
Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott, III. 219.
Elliott, IV. 59.
Emancipation Group, The, III. 266.
Eternal Goodness, The, II. 267.
Eva, IV. 157.
Evening in Burmah, IV. 389.
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,