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  3. Sign of the Harp.

    Dear, whom I would not know If I passed you on the street, So long and long and long ago Are the days when we used to meet, ...

    Article : 121 words
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  5. A GOOD RONDEAU!

    Some time back Mr. Richardson wrote up the Ballade, illustrating it by an example. Let me do the same for the Rondeau. A good rondeau! It should be drest ...

    Article : 131 words
  6. THE THREE-COLOURED FLAG.

    Comrades, around this humble board, Here's to our banner's bygone splendor. There may be treason in that word— All Europe may the proof afford— ...

    Article : 362 words
  7. Variety.

    She climbed upon my willing knee, And softly whispered unto me, "I love you." Her dainty arms were round my neck; ...

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  8. KOSCIUSKO.

    Empyrean-crown'd with lurid light, Purple-robed, with age sublime, Throned upon perpetual night, Inaccessible to time!— ...

    Article : 357 words
  9. HOW HE WON HER.

    Past he held her hand in his'n, In a sort of love-locked prison, While he told the burning story of the love that rent his breast. ...

    Article : 205 words
  10. THE FAMOUS MARCONI.

    The whole world has heard of Marconi, the inventor of wireless telegraphy—Marconi, the young Italian who came to astonish the savants of Europe and to perform what ...

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  11. RING SIGNIFICANCE.

    The enchanted rings of the Greeks and ancients were formed of the gems assigned to the several planets, each set in its appropriate metal. Thus the sun was diamond or ...

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  12. MOONRISE.

    Now comes the rising moon! The tender light! Of the summer night! Streams up the pearly eastern sky, and soon ...

    Article : 193 words
  13. BALLADE.

    WHERE ARE THE MEN OF THE LONG AGO? Where are the men of the long ago? Patriots, poets, statesmen all, Do they still stand first in the shining row ...

    Article : 253 words
  14. THE TOAD AND ITS SKIN.

    The toad sheds its skin at certain periods, the old one coming off, leaving a now one, which has been formed underneath in its stead. It does not give its cast-off coat ...

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