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A FANCY FROM FONTENELLE .

Austin Dobson.
Portrait of Author. Photograph by LONDON STEREOSCOPIC Co.

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FOR AN OLD Poet

Henry Cuyler Bunner
Portrait of Author Photograph by ROCKWOOD, New York.

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AMONG TIIE Redwoods

“The Columned Trees."

Edward Rowland Siul

Drawn by HARRY FENN.

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Fancy. BEETHOVEN'S THIRD SYMPHONY

Richard Hovey
Portrait of Author. Photograph by Rice, Washington, D. C.
THE VOYAGE OF SLEEP .

Arthur W. H. Eaton .
“ Fishing Lugger, at Night." After Painting by EMILE BRETON.

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CORN

Sidney Lanier "The Plumed Captain."

Drawn by HARRY FENN.
WORDSWORTH'S GRAVE

William Watson
Portrait of author. Photograph by LONDON STEREOSCOPIC Co.

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Personal.

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LIFE-MASK OF LINCOLN .

Richard Watson Gilder
VOLK's Bronze Cast from Life-Mask. By permission of the CENTURY CO.
MY PORTRAIT

Walt Whitman
Portrait of Author. After Engraving by W. J. LINTON.

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Yumorous.
THE V-A-B-E

James Jeffrey Roche
THE BRYANT VASE. Designed by JAMES H. WHITEHOUSE, of TIFFANY & Co.,

N. Y., the makers ; presented to WM. CULLEN BRYANT, by popular subscrip-
tion, in June, 1876, commemorating his eightieth birthday in 1874. Now in the

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.
NEBUCHADNEZZAR.

. Irwin Russell “He's gentle as a chicken."

Drawn by WILLIAM H. DRAKE.

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WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT (three

page MS. “The Poet”). WILLIAM WORDS WORTH . EDMUND CLARENCE STEDMAN JOHN KEATS. EDGAR ALLAN POE JOHN HOWARD E, “H. H." - HELEN HONT JACKSON THOMAS HOOD WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS LEIGH HUNT JOSIAH GILBERT HOLLAND ALFRED TENNYSON, JULIA WARD HOWE WALT WHITMAN GEORGE H. BOKER T. BUCHANAN READ . NATHANIEL PARKER WILLIS . JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER

FRANCIS SCOTT KEY
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
FITZ-GREENE HALLECK
BAYARD TAYLOR
GEORGE PERKINS MORRIS
ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING .
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
JEAN INGELOW
GEORGE GORDON NOEL, LORD

BYRON
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
RICHARD HENRY DANA
RALPH WALDO EMERSON
THOMAS GRAY
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE
LYDIA HUNTLEY SIGOURNEY
John G. SAXE
RICHARD HENRY STODDARD
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL

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