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The editors wish gratefully to acknowledge their indebtedness to the following individuals and publishers for permission to use material from their publications:
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd., for "Heraclitus," from Ionica, by William Cory.
Brentano's for "The Homecoming of the Sheep" from The Complete Poems of
Mr. Robert Bridges for "A Passer-by" and "So Sweet Love Seemed." Jonathan Cape Ltd. for "The Rain" and "Leisure" by W. H. Davies. Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc., for "The Great Lover," "The Soldier," "The Dead," and "The Hill" by Rupert Brooke; "A Ballad of Heaven," "A Ballad of Tannhäuser," and "A Ballad of a Nun" by John Davidson; "I in the grayness rose" by Stephen Phillips, all copyright by Dodd, Mead & Company.
E. P. Dutton & Company for items specifically acknowledged on pages 1027 and 1036.
The Four Seas Company for "The Poplar" from Images Old and New by Richard Aldington, copyright 1916.
Mr. W. W. Gibson for "The Drove-Road."
Henry Holt & Company for "The Listeners" and "Nod" from Collected Poems, by Walter De La Mare.
Houghton Mifflin Company for "The Midlands" by John Drinkwater, which is used by permission of, and by special arrangement with, Houghton Mifflin Company, the authorized publishers.
Mr. Alfred A. Knopf for "In a Coffee-Shop" from London River by H. M. Tomlinson.
Little Brown & Company for "Shells" and "A Famous Man" from Tales of War by Lord Dunsany.
The Macmillan Company, New York, for items specifically acknowledged on pages 1014, 1028, 1051, 1073, 1107.
The Macmillan Company, London, for "My Garden," "Vespers," and "Peggy's Wedding" by T. E. Brown; "For Life I Had Never Cared Greatly," "In Time of 'The Breaking of Nations,'" "Ah, are you digging on my grave?", "To Lizbie Browne," "At Casterbridge Fair," and "The Peasant's Confession" by Thomas Hardy.
Mr. Wilfrid Meynell for "Renouncement" and "The Shepherdess" from The Poems of Alice Meynell, published by Charles Scribner's Sons; and for "Dream-Tryst," "The Hound of Heaven" and "Daisy" from The Works of Francis Thompson, published by Burns Oates and Washbourne, Ltd.
Mr. T. Sturge Moore and Duckworth & Company for "The Rout of the Amazons.'
Charles Scribner's Sons for item specifically acknowledged on page 1115.
Sir Owen Seaman and Constable & Company for "The Rhyme of the Kipperling." Martin Secker Ltd. for "The Old Ships" and "The Ballad of Camden Town" from The Collected Poems of James Elroy Flecker.
Mr. W. R. Sorley for "All the Hills and Vales Along" and "The Song of the Ungirt Runners" from Middleborough and Other Poems by Charles Hamilton Sorley, published by The Cambridge University Press.
Frederick A. Stokes Company for "The Barrel Organ," "A Victory Dance," "The Admiral's Ghost," "Kilmeny," and "The Highwayman" from The Collected Poems of Alfred Noyes, copyright 1920.
Sir William Watson for "Wordsworth's Grave."