Lyrical, narrative and devotional poems

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George Alexander Kohut
S. Bacharach, 1913 - Bible
Paged continuously. CONTENTS.- v.1. Lyrical, narrative and devotional poems.- v.2. Selections from the drama.
 

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Contents

THE TEN CoMMANDMENTS George Wither
102
The ENTRANCE INTo the Ark Jean Ingelow
107
Moses AND THE DERvis H Owen Meredith
108
BALAAM John Keble
115
WEEP CHILDREN of ISRAEL Thomas Moore
121
THE DYING Soldier of Jos HUA Alerander S Arnold
127
MERoz George S Outram
133
JEPHTHAHs DAUGHTER Rose Terry Cooke
139
DEATH of SAMSON John Milton
150
THE HEBREw MoTHER Felicia Hemans
157
DAVID AND Golia H Michael Drayton
161
SAUL AND David James Grahame
165
SoNG of SAUL BEFORE His Last BATTLE Lord Byron
178
THE CHAMBER over the GATE Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
184
JoABs DESCRiption of DAvid George Peele
190
Rizpah George M Vickers
198
DAVID John Stuart Blackie
204
SoLoMons WisDOM Richard Wilton
210
KING SolomoN AND THE BEEs John Godfrey Sarc
216
SOLOMON IN ALL His Glory was
218
SolomoN AND AzRAEL Richard Chenevir Trench
236
THE MAN of GoD FROM JUDA H Barbara Miller Macandrew
248
ELIJAH IN THE WILDERNEss James Montgomery
256
DESTRUCTion of JERUs AleM Robert Southey
269
JoB Abraham Rowley
281
FRAGMENT of AN ORATORIO Thomas Campbell
291
JoB Mary Ann Carter
297
Abraham Coles
303
THE Twf NTYTHIRD PSALME George Herbert
309
PsALM XXXIII SING to JEHovah A NEw SoNG John Quincy Adams
313
Abner Jones
314
Psalmody of the Free Church of Scotland
315
Isaac Watts
316
Psalms and Hymns of the Church of England Ed W J Hall 1844 317 PsALM XLI George Wither
317
PARAPHRASE OF A Portion of THE FORTY SECOND PSALM Ibbie McColm Wilson 3 18
318
Abraham Coles 3 18
319
Abner Jones
320
Thomas Sternhold
321
Michel Angelo Buonarotti
322
John Hopkins
323
John Hopkins
324
Peter MNeill
325
Isaac Watts
326
Abner Jones
327
George Sandys
329
John Hopkins
330
Sir Robert Grant
331
Abraham Coles
332
John Hopkins
335
John Milton
336
William Kethe
345
Bay Psalm Book
349
VERsion of THE 107th PsALM John Quincy Adams
350
Abraham Coles
351
Abraham Coles
352
Isaac Watts
353
Joseph Addison 3 54
354
Psalmody of The Free Church of Scotland 3 54
355
Abraham Coles 35
360
Cotton Mather
361
Ps ALM CXXVII THE SLEEP Elizabeth Barrett Browning
362
by Sir John Bowring
365
PSALM CXXXVII By the WATERs
372
Isaac Watts 37 8
378
The Song of Songs George Wither
385
Is HE Not FAIR 2 Horatius Bonar
392
THE QUIET PILGRIM Edith Matilda Thomas
398
HAGARs FAREwell Augusta Moore
399
ON JUDAH E B B rowning ?
404
All Souls ARE MINE Chauncey Hare Townshend
416
DANIEL Richard Wilton
424
BELs HAzzARs FEAST Thomas Smart Hughes
432
THE PRAYER of DANIEL George Wither 4 38
439
SoNgs of Zion
445
HELIODORUS IN THE TEMPLE Felicia Hemans
455
LET Us DEPART Felicia Hemans
472
JERUsALEM John Kebble Hervey
484
Zion Awake Horatius Bomar
490
ABRAM AND ZIMRI Clarence Chatham Cook
498
BEN KARS Hooks Wisdom Robert Browning
504
THE EMPEROR AND THE RAbbi George Croly
511
A JEwish APOLOGUE Anonymous
531
35
537
THE RAbbis Vision Frances Browne
544
THE Two FRIENns John Godfrey Sare
550
OzAiR THE JEw Edwin Arnold 5 57
558
THE CABALA Clifford Harrison
565
RABB1 BEN F pHRAIMs TREASURE Owen Meredith
581
HolyCross DAY Robert Browning
587
THE PERSECUTED Jew Stephen Taylor Dekins
599
THE CURSE of KISHINEff Bertrand Shadwell
605
THE JEw George Alfred Townsend
612
THE Jewish CEMETERY At NEwport Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
618
HEINE George Sylvester Vicreck
624
RACHEL Matthew Arnold
629
ADoN OLAM FROM the HEBREw George Borrow
635
THE HEBREw FATHERs PRAYER William Wilfred Campbell 64
641
GAM ZE YAAvoR James ONeill
647
THE FALL of MAN Cardmon
655
JUDITH withun Bishop of Iſinchester
677

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