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The Frog that wished to be as Big as the Ox.
The City Rat and the Country Rat.
The Little Fish and the Fisher.
Postscript.- From "London Magazine," 1821.
On the Artificial Comedy of the Last Century.
On an Infant dying as soon as born.
HUGUES FÉLICITÉ ROBERT DE LAMENNAIS
Of the Nature, Effect, and Import of Religion in the
Marcellus and Hannibal.
Queen Elizabeth and Cecil.
William Wallace and King Edward I.
Imaginary Correspondence of Pericles and Aspasia.
LECONTE DE LISLE
EDWARD CRACROFT LEFROY
RICHARD LE GALLIENNE
Sunset in the City.
Systematic Charity as a Moral Outgrowth, Past and
The Moral and Intellectual Differences between the
In the Cloisters, Winchester College.
Gil Blas enters the Service of Dr. Sangrado.
Gil Blas becomes the Archbishop's Favorite, and the
The Differing Spheres of Poetry and Painting.
The Limitations of "Word-painting."
Atherton's "Last Half."
LIVY (TITUS LIVIUS).
JOHN LOCKE .
Pleasure and Pain.
Goethe and Schiller.
Horatius Cocles at the Sublician Bridge.
Hannibal's Passage of the Alps.
JOHN GIBSON LOCKHART
"The Widow Malone."
From his Speech at the Cooper Institute.
From the First Inaugural Address, March 4th, 1861.
The Second Inaugural Address, March 4th, 1865.
Advice to a Poet.
The Broadswords of Scot-