The Young Ladies' Class Book

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Consolations of Religion to the Poor Percival
24
Character of a wise and amiable Woman Freeman
25
Scene of Filial Affection Shakspeare
27
Scenery at the Notch of the White Mountains Dwioht
29
The Fashion of this World passoth away Pierpont
33
The same concluded Ibid
37
Passing Away Miss Jewsbury
40
16 The Death of the Flowers Bryant
41
17 The Autumn Evening Peabody
42
Autumn Woods Bryant
43
Instability of Character Alison
45
The same concluded Ibid
47
Stability of Character Ibid
49
The First Wanderer Miss Jewsbury
52
The Village GraveYard Greenwood
53
Consumption Percival
58
The Wife Irving
60
The same concluded Ibid
64
Elysium Mrs Hemans
67
Better Moments Willis
70
The Mountain of Miseries Addison
72
The same concluded Ibid
75
Advantages of a Taste for the Beauties of Nature Percival
77
The Common Lot Montgomery 7J 33 The Deserted Wife Percival
80
The Last Man Campbell
81
Government of the Temper Mrs Chapone
83
Peevishness Ibid
86
Obstinacy Ibid
88
Evening Prayer at a Girls School Mrs Hemans
90
Seasons of Prayor Ware
91
Solitude Byron
93
Art of Pleasing Chesterfield
94
Politeness Miss Talbot
96
Confessions of a bashful Man Anonymous
97
Intemperate Love of Praise Blair
101
Gods First Temples Bryant
104
Morning Hymn Milton
107
Description of the Custom of Whitewashing HormNsoN
109
On considering both Sides of a Question Beaumont
113
The Flight of Xerxes Miss Jewsbury
115
Pairing Time anticipated Cowper
116
Ji Influence of Christianity in elevating the Character of Females Carter
118
Letter on Wateringplaces Mrs Barbauld
120
The same concluded Ibid
123
The Tear of Penitence Moore
125
Character and Decay of the North American Indians Story
129
Melancholy Fate of the Indians Sprague
132
Concluding Lines of the Fall of the Indian McLellan
135
DoathSongof Outalissi Campbell
136
Portrait of a worldlyminded Woman Freeman
137
Portrait of a selfish Woman Ibid
140
Fancy and Thilosophy contrasted Beattie
142
Extracts from A Fathers Legacy Gregory
146
The same concluded Ibid
148
To a Log of Wood upon the Fire New Monthly Magazine
151
A Family Scene Miss Ferrier
153
The same concluded Ibid
156
Local Associations Otis
160
C8 To Seneca Lake Percival
162
Lake Superior Goodrich
163
lesson Page 70 Influcnco of the Female Character Thaciier
164
A Scene in a private MadHouse Lewis
169
On the relative Value of Good Sense and Beauty in the Female Sex Literary Gazette
171
Maternal Affection Mrs Hemans
173
Napoleon at Rest Pierpont
174
The Warrior Anonymous
175
War Porteus
177
The Battle of Blenheim Southey
178
A Solid and a Superficial Education contrasted Ruhrdicn
180
Conversation Cowper
186
On Discretion Jlddison
188
Advantages of a wellcultivated Mind Bigland 101
191
The Vulture of the Alps Anonymous
194
Song of the Stars Bryant
196
Domestic Love Croly
197
Candor in estimating the Attainments of others Freeman
198
The Profession of a Woman Miss Beecher
201
Curiosity Sprague
203
The Love of Country and of Home Montgomery
206
Columbus in Chains Miss Jewsbury
207
New England Mrs Child
228
Conclusion of a Discourse in Commemoration of the first Settlement of Salem Mass Story
229
The Death ofMoses Taylor
233
Sonnet on tho Entrance of the American Woods Gait
235
103 Marco Bozzaris Halleck 23G
236
Reflections of a Belle N E Weekly Review
238
Childheod Jf M Magazine
239
IOC The samo concluded Ibid
242
Mr and Mrs Bolingbroke Miss Edgeworth
245
The Burning of Moscow Labaume
247
The same concluded Ibid
250
View of Mont Blanc at Sunset Griscom
253
To the Stars Croly
254
Sabbath Morning Grahame
255
The Evening Cloud Wilson
257
115 Perpetual Adoration Moore
259
Comparison of Watches Miss Edgeworth
260
Female Economy Hannah More
262
Maternal Influence Mrs Sigourney
263
Primitive TeaParties in New York Irving
265
The Recluse Beattie
267
Farewell to the Dead Mrs Hemans
269
Baneful Effects of Intemperance Sprague
270
Nighta Field of Battle Shelley
273
The Uncalled A venger London Museum
275
Hymn before Sunrise in the Vale of Chamouny Coleridge
278
The Soldiers Widow Willis
281
Extract from Suggestions on Education Miss Beecher 28 1
282
Female Accomplishments Hannah More
284
To the Evening Wind Bryant
286
To the Ursa Major Ware
287
Conclusion of a Discourse in Commemoration of the Lives of Adams and Jefferson Webster
291
Education a Life Business Fracis
293
Parrhasius Willis
295
The Souls Defiance Anonymous
298
Lilias Grieve Wilson
299
The same concluded Ibid
303
Hopes and Fears of Parents Francis
306
Scene from Hadad Hilliiouse
308
Immortality Dana
313
Western Emigration Everett
315
The God of Universal Nature Chalmers
316
Rome Byron
319
Rienzi and Angelo Miss Mitford
320
Dignity and Excellence of the Poetical Art Channing
324
Popular Institutions favorable to Intellectual Improve ment Everett
327
After a Tempest Bryant
329
149 The Rejected Bayley
330
Rhine Song of the German Soldiers Mrs Hemans
332
The Isles of Greece Byron
333
Liberty to Athens Percival
335
The moral Principles of the Bible of universal Applica tion Wayland
336
a Dialogue Anonymous
340
Burial of the Young Mrs Sigourney
342
On the Loss of Professor Fisher in the Albion Brainard
344
An Incident in the early History of America Scott
345
Trust in God Wordsworth
349
The Patriots Wish Sprague
351
Summer Noon Wilcox
353
Summer Wind Bryant
354
Fashionable Follies Flints Western Review
356
Lochiels Warning Campbell
360
Joan of Arc in Rheims Mrs Hemans
363
Raphaels Account of the Creation Milton
365
167 Elegy written in a Country ChurchYard Gray
367
Cosier and Tell Knowlcs
371
Grandeur of Astronomical Science N A Review
373
Escape from a Panther Cooper
376
Order ofNature Pope
381
A Sister pleading for the Life of a Brother Shakspeare
383
The Passions Collins
386
Indolence and Intellectual Dissipation Wirt
389
Darkness Byron
391
The Tigers Cave Edinburgh Literary Journal
393
The same concluded Ibid 3SHi
396
The Sword Miss London 39
399
Address to the Deity Mrs Barbauld
400
God Bowring
402
Scene from The Vespeis of Palermo Mrs Hemans
405
Address to Light Milton
407

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