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Links, Written For The Meeting Of The Anti-Slavert Societt .

At Chatham Street Chafel, N. Y., 1834, 159

Lines, Written For The Celebration Of The Third Anniyersart

Of British Emancifation, 1837, 160

Lines, Written On Reading Gov. Ritnee's Message Of 1836, 153

Lines, Written On Reading The Famous "pastoral Letter" Of

The Mass. General Association, 1837, 155

Lines, Written In The Book Of A Friend, 218

Massachusetts To Virginia, 188

New Hamfshire. 1845, 182

Song Of The Free, 141 »

Stanzas. Our Countrymen In Chains, 133 *

Stanzas For The Times —1844, 195

Stanzas For The Times, 150

Texas. Voice Of New England, 200

TnE Branded Hand, 198 .

m- The Christian Slave, 147 V

y The Farewell Of A Virginia Slave Mother To nER Daughters

Bold Into Southern Bondage, 163

The Hunters Of Men, 143

The Moral Warfare, 170

The New Year: Addressed To The Patrons Of The Pennsylvania

Freeman, 183

The Pine Tree, 207

The Relic, 192

The Resfonse, 171

The Slave SHirs, 129

The World's Convention Of The Friends Of Emancifation, Held

In London, In 1840, 175

The Yankee Girl, • 137 -

Toussaint L'ouverture, 121.

To Faneuil Hall, • 203

To Massachusetts. Written During The Fending Of The Texas

Question, 205

To W. L. Garrison, 139—

Vorktown, 215

ILLUSTRATIONS,

DESIGNED BY H. BILLINGS.

PORTRAIT OF THE AUTHOR,

FKOM A PAINTING BY A. G. DOIT.
ENGBAVED BY A. 0. WARREN.

TUl* Pign.

THE NORSEMEN,

ENGRAVED BY J. ANDREWS AND J. DUTHIE.

"Onward they glide—and now I view
Their iron-armed and stalwart crew."

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BRIDAL OF PENNACOOK,

ENGRAVED BY A. C. WARREN.

"On that strong turbid water, a small boat
Guided by one weak hand was seen to float."

THE PENITENT,

ENGRAVED BY D. L. GLOVER.

"Two form9 are now in that chapel dim,
The Jesuit, silent and sad and pale,
Anxiously heeding some fearful tale,
Which a stranger is telling him."

MOGG MEGONE,

ENGRAVED BY J. ANDREWS AND J. DUTHIE.

"I only saw that victim's smile—
The still, green places where we met—"

VOICES OF FREEDOM,

ENGRAVED BY A. C. WARREN.

"The blast which Freedom's Angel blew O'er her green Islands, echoes through Each valley of our forest land."

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