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Then read from the treasured volume the poem
of thy choice.
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW.
Hark! the numbers soft and clear
E are indebted to the following firms for permission to use poems mentioned:
Frederick Warne & Co., for poems of George Herbert and Reginald Heber; Small, Maynard & Co., for two poems by Walt Whitman, and "The Tax-Gatherer," by John B. Tabb; George Routledge & Son, for "Sir Lark and King Sun," George Macdonald; Longmans, Green & Co., for Andrew Lang's "Scythe Song "; Lee & Shepard, for "A Christmas Hymn," Alfred Dommett," and "Minstrels and Maids," William Morris; J. B. Lippincott Co., for three poems by Thomas Buchanan Read; John Lane, for "The Forsaken Merman,” Matthew Arnold, and "Song to April," William Watson; "The Skylark," Frederick Tennyson; E. P. Dutton & Co., for "O Little Town of Bethlehem," Phillips Brooks; Dana, Estes & Co., for " July," by Susan Hartley Swett; Little, Brown & Co., for poems of Christina G. Rossetti, and for the three
poems, "The Grass," "The Bee," and "Chartless" by Emily Dickinson; D. Appleton & Co., publishers of Bryant's Complete Poetical Works, for "March," "Planting of the Apple Tree," "To the Fringed Gentian," "Death of Flowers," "To a Waterfowl," and "The Twentysecond of December "; Charles Scribner's Sons, for "The Wind" and " A Visit from the Sea," both taken from "A Child's Garden of Verses ";
The Angler's Reveille," from "The Toiling of Felix "; " Dear Land of All My Love," from "Poems of Sidney Lanier," and "The Three Kings," from " With Trumpet and Drum," by Eugene Field; The Churchman, for "Tacking Ship Off Shore," by Walter Mitchell; The Whitaker-Ray Co., for "Columbus and "Crossing the Plains," from The Complete Poetical Works of Joaquin Miller; The Macmillan Co., for "At Gibraltar," from "North Shore Watch and Other Poems," by George Edward Woodberry.
The following poems are used by permission of, and by special arrangement with, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., the authorized publishers:
T. B. Aldrich, "A Turkish Legend," " Before the Rain," "Maple Leaves," and " Tiger Lilies"; Christopher P. Cranch, "The Bobo