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VOICES

OF

THE TRUE-HEARTED.

Whose hearts have a look southward, and are open
To the great noon of Nature.

FESTUS.

PHILADELPHIA:

FOR SALE BY J. MILLER M'KIM, NO. 31 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
MERRIHEW & THOMPSON, PRINTERS.

1846.

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THE LOVERS OF THAT TRUTH AND BEAUTY WHICH SHALL EXALT MEN to a higher life,

THIS VOLUME,

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—ALTHOUGH WRITTEN BY THOSE WHO, BECAUSE THEY WEre human, often erreD; AND EVEN

IN THE PIECES HEREIN COLLECTED DID NOT APPROVE THEMSELVES PERFECT,

IS DEDICATED.

IN THE HOPE THAT ITS GOOD MAY LIVE FOR EVER, AND its evil DIE WITH IT.

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Means of Civilization,

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The Heart's Places of Worship,

109 The Scottish Reformers, by John G. Whittier,
The Slave's Dream, by Henry W. Longfellow,
110 Missionary Hymn for the South,

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110 The Fountain, by James Russell Lowell,
Maidenhood, by Henry W. Longfellow,
The Hymn of the dew,

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POEMS BY MARY HOWITT.

A Forest Scene,

The Baron's Daughter,

The English Porcupine,

Birds,

Household Treasures,
Little Children,

The Cypress Tree of Ceylon, by J. G.Whittier,

It is Little, by Thomas N. Talford,

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The Falconer, by James Russell Lowell,
Love and Live,

The Good, by Anne C. Lynch,

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Epitome of War, by The "Ettrick Shepherd,"
The Free Mind, by William Lloyd Garrison,
The Revellers, by William D. Gallagher,

The Economy of Slavery, by Lydia Maria Child, 216 To a Waterfowl, by William Cullen Bryant,

Heart-Leap Well, by William Wordsworth,

"May I Come Up ?"

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The Farewell of a Virginia Slave Mother to her

Daughters, sold into Southern Bondage, by

John G.

Love and Faith, by Lydia Maria Child,
A Chippewa Legend, by James Russell Lowell, 221 We have been Friends together, by Caroline
Prometheus, by James Russell Lowell,
Hope, by Richard Penn Smith,
From Longfellow's Hyperion,

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E. S. Norton,

The Yankee Girl, by John G. Whittier,
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A True Patriot, by James C. Fields,
Gone, by John G. Whittier,

Light, by Ebenezer Elliot,

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Forefathers' Day, by James Russell Lowell,

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From "Dream Love," by James Russell Lowell, 265
The Poor Man's Death Bed, by Caroline Southey, 267
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Sonnet, by George S. Burleigh,

Elegy on the Death of Dr. Channing, by James

Russell Lowell,

Abou Ben Adhem, by Leigh Hunt,

The Wasted Flowers,

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The Female Martyr, by John G. Whittier,
We live in Deeds not Years,

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The Slave Ships, by John G. Whittier,
Husbands for Female Petitioners,

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