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nt to herself, as the Elephant passed by; and then, picking up her burden, she regained the highway and continued on her journey.
Impudence with discretion does fairly well.
Among the poems is a plaintive song of The Wild Rose.
Almost the only poem of a sentimental cast celebrates an experience while the author was journeying homeward from California by way of the Isthmus of Panama.
He had met a fair stranger on board ship, but now the parting must come.
Surely there is a touch of Whittier in the following lines—– And that was all. The dream is o'er; No word from lip or pen; Her smiling eyes I'll see no more, Nor hear her voice again. Sometimes the past will come to me On mem'ry's grateful tide; I sail again the western sea, And she is by my side. The day has melted like a dream Beyond the billow's crest, And softly now the moonbeams stream Across the ocean's breast. The night wind sounds a soothing dirge Around the corded poles, And, stretching far, the phosphor surge In
Washington, General78, 94, 95,98
Washington Street, Somerville44, 46, 47
‘Washington Street as It Was’46
Watch Tower, Charlestown17
Waterways, Inland, Mass.52
Westboro, Mass.100, 101
West Killingly, Conn.3
Weston Family, The, Reading66
Weston, Samuel54, 55
West Somerville Baptist Church76
White, Dr. Horace Carr101, 102
White, Rhoda (Springer）102
Whittemore, Joseph61, 62
Whittier, John G.5, 17
Wind-mill Hill, Charlestown17
Winter Hill Congregational Church2
Wiscassee Falls, Canal at50, 57
Wiscassee Locks50, 57
Wiswell, Rev. Ichabod62
Wiswell (Wiswall), Peleg, Schoolmaster, 170562
Wiswell, Priscilla (Peabody）62
Witherell, Rev. William, Schoolmaster, 163661
Witherell, Rev. Wi