Evenings in autumn : a series of essays, narrative and miscellaneous. By Nathan Drake Drake, Nathan, 1766-1836

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Drake, Nathan, 1766-1836
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  • v. 1. On the influence of autumnal scenery over the mind and heart. The Valley of the Rye, a tale. On the poetry of Bernard Barton. Tixhall, or Pictures of the seventeenth century, being observations on "Tixhall poetry", ed. by A. Clifford. Critical remarks on "Yamoyden", a poem by Mr. Eastburn.
  • v. 2. On the blindness of Homer, Ossian, and Milton. The Valley of the Rye, continued. On the character and writings of Sir Thomas Browne. Critical remarks on "The judgement, a vision", a poem by Mr. Hillhouse of New York. Remarks on social worship
  • the village church.
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