Hazen's Primer and First-[fifth] Reader, Livro 4

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THE BRAVE BRETHREN OF JUDAH PART III Illustrated
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SUMMERPOEM Christina Rossetti
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THE WONDERS OF BEE LIFEIllustrated Arabella Buckley
128
Why I LEFT THE ANVIL PART I Elihu Burritt
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Why I LEFT THE ANVIL PART II Elihu Burritt
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THE WEAKEST THINGPOEM Elizabeth Barrett Browning
139
THE QUARREL OF SQUIRE BULL AND HIS SON J K Paulding
140
KNICKERBOCKER LIFE IN NEW YORK PART I Illustrated Washington Irving
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KNICKERBOCKER LIFE IN NEW YORK PART II W Irving
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EARLY RISINGPOEM John G Saxe
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GLASS Adapted from Frank R Stockton
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THE FIORDS OF NORWAYIllustrated Harriet Martineau
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SEEKING FOR FAIRIESPOEM Dora Greenwell
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BATTLE OF THE ANTS Henry D Thoreau
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THE DEATH OF A PAUPER Charles Dickens
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TIME TO GOPOEM Susan Coolidge
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A RIDERLESS WAR HORSE PART I Illustrated W H H Murray
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A RIDERLESS WAR HORSE PART II Illustrated W H H Murray
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FOOTSTEPS OF ANGELSPOEM Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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GEORGE WASHINGTON
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WISDOM UNAPPLIEDPOEM Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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Plutarch
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IN MEMORIAMPOEM Alfred Tennyson
192
DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZAIllustrated Cervantes
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MYTHS OF THE SLEEPERS Adapted from S Baring Gould
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SUMMER STORMPOEM James Russell Lowell
204
WHAT THE CHINESE THINK OF US Robert Fortune
209
THE IMAGINARY BANQUET Arabian Nights
211
Percy byshe Percy Bysshe Shelley
216
THE BOSTON MASSACRE PART I Illustrated George Bancroft
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THE BOSTON MASSACRE PART II George Bancroft
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GRADGRINDS IDEA OF EDUCATION PART I Charles Dickens
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GRADGRINDS IDEA OF EDUCATION PART II Charles Dickens
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WAR SONGPOEM Sir Walter Scott
233
THE DREAM OF THE OAK TREEIllustrated Hans C Andersen
236
THE GOOD TIME COMINGPOEM Charles Mackay
244
Poor RICHARD PART I Richard Saunders
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Poor RICHARD PART II Richard Saunders
250
SONGS FROM SHAKESPEAREPOEMS William Shakespeare
253
EARTH AND HER PRAISERSPOEM E B Browning
255
STORMING THE TEMPLE OF MEXICOIllustrated W H Prescott
259
THE OLD CONTINENTALSPOEM Guy Humphrey McMaster
287
THE GRAY CHAMPION PART I Nathaniel Hawthorne
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THE GRAY CHAMPION PART II Nathaniel Hawthorne
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Barry Cornwall
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THE SHADOWS PART I Illustrated George Macdonald
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THE SHADOWS PART II Illustrated George Macdonald
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LIFE AND HER CHILDREN PART I Arabella Buckley
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NORTH WINDPOEM Mrs Craik
317
LIFE AND HER CHILDREN PART II Arabella Buckley
318
COLONIAL DAYS IN NEW ENGLAND PART I M W Hazen
323
THE RAINPOEM S A Boies
326
COLONIAL DAYS IN NEW ENGLAND PART II Illustrated M W Hazen
328
THE SANDPIPERS NEST Celia Thaxter
333
John HOWIESONIllustrated
336
George H Boker
340
THE SIMOON William Gifford Palgrave
342
COUNTRY LIFE IN EARLY ENGLAND
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TO AUTUMNPOEM John Keats
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Town LIFE IN EARLY ENGLANDIllustrated
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A YOKOHAMA TEA HOUSE Mrs Brassey 93 THE STREAM OF LIFEPOEM William Cullen Bryant 94 THE LITTLE DOUGLASS PART I Illustrat...
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THE LITTLE DOUGLASS PART II
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FINALEPOEM William Makepeace Thackeray
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THE PILGRIM FATHERSIllustrated John Pierpont
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OUR NATIONAL HYMN Samuel Francis Smith
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WHAT CONSTITUTES A STATE? Sir William Jones
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How SLEEP THE BRAVE William Collins
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THE STARSPANGLED BANNERIllustrated Francis S Key
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HALLOWED GROUND Thomas Campbell
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BURIAL OF SIR JOHN MOORE Charles Wolfe
382
THE DIVERFrom the German of Schiller Edward BulwerLytton
383
THE RISING Thomas Buchanan Read
387
INDEPENDENCE BELL Illustrated
391
ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD Thomas Gray
394
A PSALM OF LIFE Henry Wads Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
399
HOHENLINDEN Thomas Campbell
401
THE BLUE AND THE GRAY Illustrated Francis M Finch
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THE SONG OF THE SHIRT Thomas Hood
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THE SHIP OF STATE Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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DOUGLAS AND MARMION Sir Walter Scott
409
THE NEW YEAR Alfred Tennyson
411
PRACTICE SPELLING
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