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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
t the time of the formation of the American Anti-Slavery Society he was a Professor in Harvard University, honored for his genius, learning, and estimable character. His love of liberty and hatred of oppression led him to seek an interview with Garrison and express his sympathy with him. Soon after, he attended a meeting of the New England Anti-Slavery Society. An able speech was made by Rev. A. A. Phelps, and a letter of mine addressed to the Secretary of the Society was read. Whereupon he rof the West! 1851. To my old Schoolmaster. An Epistle not after the manner of Horace. These lines were addressed to my worthy friend Joshua Coffin, teacher, historian, and antiquarian. He was one of the twelve persons who with William Lloyd Garrison formed the first antislavery society in New England. old friend, kind friend! lightly down Drop time's snow-flakes on thy crown! Never be thy shadow less, Never fail thy cheerfulness; Care, that kills the cat, may plough Wrinkles in the
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
as not discouragingly high. The earliest of the author's verses that found their way into print were published in the Newburyport Free Press, edited by William Lloyd Garrison, in 1826. The Exile's Departure. Fond scenes, which delighted my youthful existence, With feelings of sorrow I bid ye adieu— A lasting adieu! for noStar of Bethlehem. The Frost Spirit. 1831Isabella of Austria. The Fratricide. The Cities of the Plain. 1832Isabel. 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. Extract from A New England Legend. Tildren. 1879The Khan's Devil. The Trailing Arbutus. The Dead Feast of the Kol Folk. Inscriptions. Our Autocrat. Bayard Taylor. The Emancipation Group. Garrison. The Landmarks. 1880My Trust. The Lost Occasion. Voyage of the Jettie. A Name. Tile King's Missive. St. Martin's Summer. Valuation. The Minister's Daugh
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
ng, A, IV. 400. Friend's Burial, The, II. 301. From Perugia, III. 356. Frost Spirit, The, II. 9. Fruit-Gift, The, II. 31. Funeral Tree of the Sokokis, i. 41. Gallows, The, III. 275. Garden, IV. 215. Garibaldi, IV. 119. Garrison, III. 269. Garrison of Cape Ann, The, i. 166. Gift of Tritemius, The, i. 172. Giving and Taking, II. 314. Godspeed, IV. 218. Golden Wedding of Longwood, The, IV. 197. Gone, IV. 38. Grave by the Lake, The, IV. 241. GreetinW. Sewall, III. 216. To the Memory of Charles B. Storrs, IV. 11. To the Memory of Thomas Shipley, III. 43. To the Reformers of England, III. 280. To the Thirty-Ninth Congress, III. 261. To William H. Seward, III. 214. To William Lloyd Garrison, III. 9. Trailing Arbutus, The, II. 81. Trinitas, II. 243. Truce of Piscataqua, The, i. 230. Trust, II. 242. Two Angels. The, II. 309. Two Elizabeths, The, i. 409. Two Loves, The, II. 337. Two Rabbins, The, i. 282