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HILAIRE BELLOC

December 66

ARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON

Regret 67

SAMUEL LAMAN BLANCHARD

"Gaily and greenly let my seasons run" 68

MATHILDE BLIND

Suffering 69

The Agnostic 70

New Year's Eve 7'

WILFRID SCAWEN BLUNT

To Manon. Depreciating her beauty 7*

On the Shortness of Time 73

To Juliet. Fear has cast out Love 74

Farewell to Juliet 75

The Venus of Milo 76

ROBERT BRIDGES

"Winter was not unkind because uncouth" 77

"O weary pilgrims, chanting of your woe" 78

"The world comes not to an end: her city-hives" 79

"I will be what God made me, nor protest" 80

"Ah heavenly joy! But who hath ever heard" 81

ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING

Sonnets from the Portuguese (xxii) 8i

Sonnets from the Portuguese (xxvm) 8j

The Prisoner 84

ROBERT BUCHANAN

We are Fatherless 85

When we are all Asleep 86

The Cup of Tears 87

Earth's Eldest Born 88 WILLIAM M. W. CALL

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The Haunted Shore 89

AUBREY DE VERE

The Sun God 90

AUSTIN DOBSON

Don Quixote 91

THOMAS DOUBLEDAY

"I'll not believe that lovely Womankind" 9*

ERNEST DOWSON

To one in Bedlam 93

JULIAN FANE

"Fain would I flee, when thou unkindest art" 94

Ad Matrem 95

Ad Matrem 96

RICHARD GARNETT

Age 97

WILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY

Two Days. To V. G. 98

LAURENCE HOUSMAN

The Soul's Complaint of Love's Absence 99

JEAN INGELOW

An Ancient Chess King 100

ANDREW LANG

The Odyssey 101

RICHARD LE GALLIENNE

"Juliet and her Romeo" iox

EUGENE LEE-HAMILTON

What the Sonnet Is vii

Lethe 103

Sunken Gold 104

FREDERICK LOCKER-LAMPSON

Love, Death, and Time 105

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