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tion of the reader is particularly directed to the numerous and beautiful specimens of American poetry (carefully selected from a great number of Transatlantic publications), with wbich the following pages, and those of the LAUREL have been enriched. In quantity, these little volumes will be found to rival many works of a more bulky and expensive form.
Here's to thee my Scottish Lassie. By the Rev.
On hearing the Roar of the Sea at Night
Kirkstall Abbey revisited. By Alaric A. Watts 183
On seeing a deceased Infant. By W. B. Peabody 186
The Coral Insect. By Mrs. Sigourney
Stanzas for an Arabian Air
An Evening Walk in Bengal. By Bishop Heber 190