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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

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THE CHILDREN'S APPEAL .
ONLY A BABY SMALL
TWINKLE, TWINKLE, LITTLE STAR
THE FAIRIES OF CALDON-Low .
THE CHIMNEY-SWEEP
THE DEATH OF MASTER TOMMY ROOK
THE CHILDREN IN THE MOON
LILY's Ball
THE VIOLET
PUSSY-CAT.
A LITTLE GOOSE
LUCY GRAY; or, SOLITUDE
THE REAPER AND THE FLOWERS
NELL AND HER BIRD
TUE LITTLE GIRL'S LAMENT
THE MAI-QUEEN
The CuILDREN IN THE WOOD
OLD CHRISTMAS
FREDDIE AND THE CHERRY-TREE
RANGER.
RANGER'S GRAVE
LOCHINVAR
THE BATTLE OF BLENHEIM
THE BURIAL OF Sir John MOORE
OLD IRONSIDES.
LORD ULLIN'S DAUGHTER
THE THREE FRIENDS
THE HAUNTED SPRING

Page Miss Humphrey. Frontispiece F. T. Merrill .

4 Garrett and Merrill

6 F. T. Merrill

12 F. T. Merrill

16 E. H. Garrett .

19 Miss Humphrey

23 Miss Gorley

31 E. H. Garrett . F. T. Merrill

2S F. T. Merrill

38 Garrett and Merrill

47 Miss Humphrey

55 F. T. Merrill .

5S Miss Humphrey

62 Miss Humphrey

69 Garrett and Merrill S3, S5 F. T. Merrill

90 F. T. Merrill

96 W. L. Sheppard E. H. Garrett.

104 F. T. Merrill .

107 Merrill and Garrett

ΠΟ A. R, Waud

114 A. R. Waud

116 Merrill and Garrett

122 F. T. Merrill .

126 Garrett and Merril!

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

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THE INCHCAPE ROCK
THE THREE BELLS
THE CHILD AND THE ANGELS
A LITTLE GIRL'S LETTER.
THE TURTLE-Dove's NEST
THE STRANGE LITTLE BOY
My Jessie .
THE NEW MOON
TO A BUTTERFLY
MABEL ON MIDSUMMER DAY
THE ANGEL'S WHISPER
THE OLD ARM-CHAIR
THE GRAVES OF A HOUSEHOLD
GEORGE NIDIVER
THE IDLE SHEPHERD-Boys
ROBIN HOOD'S DEATH AND BURIAL
CHILD TO A ROSE .
JOHN GILPIN
WISHING
THE STRANGE CHILD'S CHRISTMAS
CASABIANCA
THE SANDS OF DEE
THE WIVES OF BRIXHAM
THE NORTHERN SEAS
WINSTANLEY.
BURIAL OF THE MINNISINK
FLOWERS
THE EMPEROR'S BIRD'S NEST
THERE WAS A JOLLY MILLER
LLEWELLYN AND HIS Dog.
THE BOAT OF GRASS.
THE BETTER LAND
CHILDREN, THANK GOD.

A. R. Waud
A. R. Waud
Miss Humphrey
F. T. Merrill
E. H. Garrett .
F. T. Merrill
F. T. Merrill .
Garrett and Merrill
E. H. Garrett .
Garrett and Merrill
Garrett and Merrill
Garrett and Merrill
E. H. Garrett .
Garrett and Merrill
E. H. Garrett
Garrett and Merrill
E. H. Garrett .
W. L. Sheppari.
Garrett and Merrill
Garrett and Merrill
F. T. Merrill.
E. H. Garrett
A. R. Waud
A. R. Waud
A. R. Waud
E. H. Garrett
E. H. Garrett
E. H. Garrett
E, H. Garrett
li'. L. Sheppari .
W'. L. Sheppard.
Garrett and Merrill
E. H. Garrett .

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THE HAUNTED SPRING.

Gayly through the mountain glen
The hunter's horn did ring,

As the milk-white doe

Escaped his bow,
Down by the haunted spring.
In vain his silver horn he wound,

'Twas echo answering back;
For neither groom nor baying hound

Was on the hunter's track: In vain he sought the milk-white doe That made him stray and 'scaped his bow, For, save himself, no living thing Was by the silent haunted spring.

The purple heath-bells, blooming fair,
Their fragrance round did fling,

As the hunter lay,

At close of day,
Down by the haunted spring.
A lady fair, in robe of white,

To greet the hunter came ;
She kissed a cup with jewels bright,

And plerlged him by his name.

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