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466, 515 Piague, The .
Magee, Archbishop, Life and Letters
Music and Literature, .
Olney Doctrine, The
Out of Tune, .
Ocean, the, The World Beneath
Oratory, Political .
Novels of Irish Life,
Norton, The Hon. Mrs., and her
Place, The, of Yellow Brick,
Psychology, The, of Feminism,
Poet, Hungary's Patriot
Poems, Religious, J. G. Romanes's
Proverbs, Historical, Scottish
477 Pastoral, A Northern
Not Made in Germany,
Napiers, the, The Youth of
Nansen's Achievement, The Story of 870
Nun, The Little
Puritan, The, in History,
Patmore, Coventry, Recollections of
Progress, The, of Mankind,
Political New Year, The
Political Oratory, .
Political Ideals and Realities in
Priests, The Two, of Konnoto,
Race, A, for Life,
Recollections, Some, of Carlyle's
Record Book, The, A Rural Story,
Study, A, of Richard Jefferies,
892 Seventeenth Century Chesterfield, A
Religion and Art,
Rooks and their Ways,
Realism, The New
Romantic Side, The, of Montaigne,
Romanticism Among German Wom-
Suspense, The Land of
58 Two Boys and a Robin,
Spencer, Herbert .
"Sense of Direction," The, in Ani-
Spain as a Colonial Power,
Spain, Political Ideals and Realities
Scottish Proverbs, Historical,
Visit, A, to Andorra,
746 Young Turkey,
763 Yellow Brick, The Place of
Winter's Walk, A
World, The, Beneath the Ocean,
Weather Signs a Delusion,
Women, German, Romanticism
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A TRAMP'S SONG.
All along the dusty road in bright June weather,
With the broomlike flame upon the tan
But leave a glimmering beam,
To touch and gild my waking dream,
While dandelion stalks are crowned with I sound my throbbing lyre,
soft grey feather,
And the big dog-daisies stand in snow
And sing to myself below; Her damsel sits beside the fire Crooning a song I know;
The tapestry shakes on the wall, And shadows hurry and go,
High above the rugged hills, where pine- The silent flames leap up and fall,
Over oak-leaf cushions, float the dappled
And the muttering birch-logs glow.
All the landscape quivers through a veil Deep and sweet she sleeps,
Because of her love for me;
And the sunbeams sink to sleep in And deep and sweet the peace that keeps golden shrouds.
Far away, O far away, I hear the voices Of the glad birds mingled in their sweettoned strife.
Deep within my veins the throbbing blood rejoices,
And my heart goes singing for the pride of life.
ARTHUR E. J. LEGGE.
My happy heart in fee!
Peace on the heights, in the deeps,