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Laura E. Richards, Maud Howe, Florence Howe Hall, Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910, in two volumes, with portraits and other illustrations: volume 1, Chapter 7: passion flowers 1852-1858; aet. 33-39 (search)
perhaps, the feelings of one I love and honor beyond almost any other man, by the liberty I have taken. I can only say I could not well help it-a sort of necessity was before me, to say what I did. I wish I could tell thee how glad thy volume has made me. I have marked it all over with notes of admiration. I dare say it has faults enough, but thee need not fear on that account. It has beauty enough to save thy slender neck from the axe of the critical headsman. The veriest de'il --as Burns says -wad look into thy face and swear he could na wrang thee. With love to the Doctor and thy lovely little folk, I am Very sincerely thy friend, John G. Whittier. Emerson wrote:-- Concord, Mass., 30 Dec., 1853. Dear Mrs. Howe, I am just leaving home with much ado of happy preparation for an absence of five weeks, but must take a few moments to thank you for the happiness your gift brings me. It was very kind in you to send it to me, who have forfeited all apparent claims to
92. Browning, E. B., I, 201, 266; II, 167. Browning, Robert, I, 266; II, 5, 84, 171, 227, 306, 367. Bruce, Mr., II, 167. Bruce, Mrs. E. M., I, 389, 391. Bruges, I, 280. Brummel, G. B., I, 316. Brussels, I, 279. Bryant, W. C., I, 209, 304; II, 197, 198. Bryce, James, II, 168. Buck, Florence, I, 391. Buffalo, I, 376; II, 90, 139. Buller, Charles, I, 82. Bullock, A. H., I, 249. Bulwer-Lytton, E., I, 262; II, 206. Burne-Jones, Mrs. E., II, 169. Burns, Robert, I, 139. Burr, Mrs., II, 130. Burt, Mr., II, 248. Busoni, Sig., II, 192. Butcher, S. H., II, 323. Butler, Josephine, II, 21. Butler, W. A., II, 248, 306. Butterworth, Hezekiah, II, 228, 270. Byron, G. Gordon, Lord, I, 68; II, 296. Cable, G. W., II, 87. Cabot, Elliot, II, 363. Caine, Hall, II, 243, 248, 250. Cairo, II, 34, 35, 36, 182. California, II, 131, 135, 154. Calypso, I, 272. Cambridge Club, II, 66. Campagna, I, 95, 134. Campanari,
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died., List of Massachusetts officers and soldiers who died of wounds. (search)
864. Burn, James, War Dept. Letter, Sept. 24, 1895.15th Mass. Inf.,Sept. 9, 1861,Camp Foster, Poolsville, Md., Jan. 2, 1862. Burnham, Osgood E., Corp.,1st Mass. H. A.,May 19, 1864,Spotsylvania, Va., May 21, 1864. Burns, George E.,15th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.Washington, D. C., Nov. 16, 1862. Burns, George W.,12th Mass. Inf.,Aug. 30, 1862,Washington, D. C., Nov. 2, 1862. Burns, James,25th Mass. Inf.,Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, 1864.Washington, D. C., June 19, 1864. Burns, Robert,10th Mass. Inf.,Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862.Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862. Burrell, Abram F., Sergt.,15th Mass. Inf.,Sept. 17, 1862,Baltimore, Md., Aug. 21, 1863. Burrell, Paschal, Jr., Borne as Paschal Barrell, Jr., on muster-out roll.2d Mass. Inf.,Chancellorsville, Va., May, 1863.May 12, 1863. Burrill, John Q., Corp.,1st Mass. Inf.,Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 1863.Gettysburg, Pa., July 4, 1863. Burrill, Rollo, Corp.,23d Mass. Inf.,Kinston, N. C., Dec. 14, 1862.North Carolina, Jan.
864. Burn, James, War Dept. Letter, Sept. 24, 1895.15th Mass. Inf.,Sept. 9, 1861,Camp Foster, Poolsville, Md., Jan. 2, 1862. Burnham, Osgood E., Corp.,1st Mass. H. A.,May 19, 1864,Spotsylvania, Va., May 21, 1864. Burns, George E.,15th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.Washington, D. C., Nov. 16, 1862. Burns, George W.,12th Mass. Inf.,Aug. 30, 1862,Washington, D. C., Nov. 2, 1862. Burns, James,25th Mass. Inf.,Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, 1864.Washington, D. C., June 19, 1864. Burns, Robert,10th Mass. Inf.,Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862.Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862. Burrell, Abram F., Sergt.,15th Mass. Inf.,Sept. 17, 1862,Baltimore, Md., Aug. 21, 1863. Burrell, Paschal, Jr., Borne as Paschal Barrell, Jr., on muster-out roll.2d Mass. Inf.,Chancellorsville, Va., May, 1863.May 12, 1863. Burrill, John Q., Corp.,1st Mass. Inf.,Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 1863.Gettysburg, Pa., July 4, 1863. Burrill, Rollo, Corp.,23d Mass. Inf.,Kinston, N. C., Dec. 14, 1862.North Carolina, Jan.
ke, William, 339 Burket, Elisha, 339 Burn, James, 445 Burnell, James, 503 Burnham, Daniel, 339 Burnham, G. A., 339 Burnham, Isaac, 503 Burnham, O. E., 445 Burnham, S. G., 503 Burns, Edward, 340 Burns, Frank, 340 Burns, G. E., 445 Burns, G. W., 445 Burns, George, 503 Burns, J. W., 503 Burns, James, 445 Burns, John, 2d Mass. H. A., 503 Burns, John, Co. B, 11th Mass. Inf., 340 Burns, John, Co. H, 11th Mass. Inf., 340 Burns, John, 24th Mass. Inf., 340 Burns, Richard, 340 Burns, Robert, 445 Burns, T. I., 503 Burns, W. H., 2d Mass. H. A., 503 Burns, W. H., 39th Mass. Inf., 503 Burnside, A. E., 37, 46, 74, 80, 107, 115, 122, 238, 240, 242, 246, 262, 264. Burr, Charles, 340 Burr, George, 491 Burr, H. D., 340 Burrage, J. P., 105, 340 Burrell, A. F., 445 Burrell, I. S., 59, 60, 152, 274, 275 Burrell, Paschal, Jr., 445 Burrill, D. B., 340 Burrill, E. N., 340 Burrill, G. C., 340 Burrill, H. P., 340 Burrill, J. Q., 445 Burrill, Rollo, 445 Burrill, W. L., 3
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Aderholt, D. H. Aderholt, B. F. Anderson, F. A. Bradley, Private C. B. Fowler, D. W. McBurnet, John Martin, S. F. Osborn, Thos. Phillips, J. W. Phillips, G. S. Reeves, A. H. Simpson, D. J. Simpson, Geo. Sliber, Private J. L. Blair, Private J. Slatton, W. O. Anderson, E. E. Treadwell, S. J. Crocker, J. M. W. White. [122] Seventh Texas Brigade. R. M. Powell, Col. Commanding Texas Brigade. Jno. W. Kerr, Capt. and A. A. G. J. H. Littlefield, Maj. and Q. M. Robt. Burns, Maj. and C. S. James A. Rust, Capt. and A. Q. M. W. T. Hill, Capt. Commanding 5th Texas Regiment. W. P. McGowen, Adj't 5th Texas Regiment. J. J. Roberts, Surg. 5th Texas Regiment. W. D. Williams, Capt. Co. F, 5th Texas Regiment. J. E. Anderson, Capt. Co. C, 5th Texas Regiment. B. J. Franklin, Capt. Co. I, 5th Texas Regiment. E. Williams, 1st Lt. Co. G, 5th Texas Regiment. Ben. Baker, 1st Lt. Co. B, 5th Texas Regiment. D. R. Ponce, 1st Lt. Co. I, 5th Texas Regiment.
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
t. Ebenezer Elliott was to the artisans of England what Burns was to the peasantry of Scotland. His Corn-law Rhymes contll The tumult, hears the angels say, Well done! 1854. Burns. On Receiving a Sprig of heather in blossom. No more theswers He sang of live together. Wild heather-bells and Robert Burns! The moorland flower and peasant! How, at their mentionwith fond delay, I sought the maple's shadow, And sang with Burns the hours away, Forgetful of the meadow! Bees hummed, birdt with flowers the fields extend. 1858. The memory of Burns. Read at the Boston celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns, 25th 1st mo., 1859. In my absence these lines were read by Ralph Waldo Emerson. How swurns The saintly harp of Olney's bard, The pastoral pipe of Burns, No discord mars His perfect plan Who gave them both a tong Scotland, with her holly, wreathe The flower he culled for Burns. Oh, stately stand thy palace walls, Thy tall ships ride t
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
the fell curse, which years have nursed, Full on the spoiler's head hath burst,— When all her wrong, and shame, and pain, Burns fiercely on his heart and brain,— Still lingers something of the spell Which bound her to the traitor's bosom,— Still, mifather's knife away, To mimic, in his frightful play, The scalping of an English foe: Wreathes on his lip a horrid smile, Burns, like a snake's, his small eye, while Some bough or sapling meets his blow. The fisher, as he drops his line, Starts, wheer by the Lakeside. Trust. My Namesake. The Dream of Pio Nono. The Hero. Rantoul. Official Piety. 1854The Voices. Burns. William Forster. Charles Sumner. The Rendition. The Haschish. The Fruit Gift. Maud Muller. The Hermit of the Thebed Snake of Newbury,. The Rock in El Ghor. In Remembrance of Joseph Sturge. The Over Heart. My Psalm. The Memory of Burns. Brown of Ossawatomie. On a Prayer Book. The Prophecy of Samuel Sewall. For an Autumn Festival. 1860The Truce of <
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
. Bridal of Pennacook, The, i. 79. Brother of Mercy, The, IV. 251. Brown Dwarf of Rugen, The, i. 421. Brown of Ossawatomie, IV. 106. Bryant on his Birthday, IV. 113. Burial of Barber, III. 181. Burning Drift-Wood, IV. 298. Burns, IV. 92. By their Works, II. 326. Cable Hymn, The, IV. 269. Calef in Boston, III. 332. Call of the Christian, The, II. 193. Captain's Well, The, IV. 289. Cassandra Southwick, i. 65. Centennial Hymn, IV. 205. Chalkley Hall,etts, IV. 391. Massachusetts to Virginia, III. 80. Maud Muller, i. 148. Mayflowers, The, II. 35. Meeting, The, II. 278. Meeting Waters, The, IV. 330. Memorial, A, IV. 110. Memories, II. 95. Memory, A, II. 122. Memory of Burns, The, IV. 100. Men of Old, The, III. 326. Merrimac, The, II. 10. Metacom, IV. 343. Milton, on Memorial Window, IV. 309. Minister's Daughter, The, II. 323. Miriam, i. 289. Missionary, The, IV. 386. Mithridates at Chios. II
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Chapter 1: Longfellow as a classic (search)
slight reaction, perhaps in the interest of supposed justice, when people try to convince themselves that his fame has already diminished. Such reactions have notably occurred, for instance, in the cases of Scott, Byron, Wordsworth, and even of Burns, yet without visible or permanent results, while the weaker fame of Southey or of Campbell has yielded to them. It is safe to say that up to the present moment no serious visible reaction has occurred in the case of Longfellow. So absolutely siNimmo at Edinburgh, containing fifty-six poems in all, each with a full-page illustration, generally by Scottish artists. Of these selections, six are taken from Longfellow, five each from Wordsworth and Thomson, and three each from Shakespeare, Burns, and Moore. Of other American poets Bryant and Willis alone appear, each with one contribution. Another such book is Words from the Poets; selected for the use of parochial schools and libraries. To this the leading contributors are Wordswort
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