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IV. a list of Mr. Whittier's Poems,

Arranged Chronologically.

This list follows the dates given with the poems. In the few cases where the dates have not been determined exactly, the poems are placed in the group with which they were published, when collected in volumes. The order is by years, and no attempt has here been made to preserve the exact order of composition under the year.

1825The Exile's Departure.
The Deity.
The Vale of the Merrimac.
1828The Sicilian Vespers.
The Earthquake.
The Song of the Vermonters.
1829The Spirit of the North.
Judith at the Tent of Holofernes.
The Drunkard to his Bottle.
The Past and Coming Year.
1830The Fair Quakeress.
The Vaudois Teacher.
The Star of Bethlehem.
The Frost Spirit.
1831Isabella of Austria.
The Fratricide.
The Cities of the Plain.
Stanzas: ‘Bind up thy tresses.’
To William Lloyd Garrison.
To a Poetical Trio in the City of Gotham.
1833The Female Martyr.
The Missionary.
The Call of the Christian.

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