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  2. POETRY.

    HE left the fatherland, Left old friends tried and true; And came with hope to this sunny clime, To scenes and friendships new. ...

    Article : 366 words
  3. The Martyrs of Polynesia.

    It was now clear that the persecutors might proceed to almost any lengths of oppression and cruelty without incurring any serious consequences in as far as their rulers were concerned, and they ...

    Article : 2,158 words
  4. The Fairy Dell.

    'Twas on a sweet spring morn I saw thee first 0 Fairy Dell, by man unfairified, Although some magi there did still abide, Which exorcise be could not if be durst ...

    Article : 367 words



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