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TO THE NINTH EDITION
To the fifth edition of 1902 was added a selection from a little volume entitled Carmina Votiva, printed for private circulation in July 1901; while, in the sixth edition of 1905, the notes-especially those to the "Ballad of Beau Brocade”-were extended. To the eighth edition, under the heading Ludibria Ventis, was subjoined a fresh section of occasional pieces, written for the most part by request. Fourteen of these had already been published in the volume of prose and verse called De Libris, 1908, 1911; and were reproduced with the concurrence of Messrs. Macmillan & Co. A further group of twenty-seven translations, is now in
later poems, additions and cluded in the present issue.
To you I sing, whom towns immure,
And you, O Sad, who still endure
But most to you with eyelids pure,
To YOU I sing!
"le ne puis tenir registre de ma vie par mes actions; fortune les met trop bas: ie le tiens par mes fantasies."
A Gentlewoman of the Old School.
The Drama of the Doctor's Window