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M a florist in verse, and what would people say
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
CKNOWLEDGMENT is hereby gratefully
made to the publishers for permission to use
poems by the following authors:
To Messrs. Dodd, Mead and Company for poems by Austin Dobson.
To the Macmillan Company for poems by Lewis Carroll.
To Messrs. D. Appleton and Company for “Song,” by William Cullen Bryant.
To The Century Company for poems by Robert Underwood Johnson and Mary Mapes Dodge.
To Messrs. Little, Brown and Company for “A Valentine,” by Mrs. Laura E. Richards, and “Shadows” and “Les Papillottes,” by Gertrude Hall.
To Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons for "The Debutante,” by Guy Wetmore Carryl.
To The Frederick A. Stokes Company for poems by Frank Dempster Sherman and Samuel Minturn Peck.
To The Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Company for poems by Sam Walter Foss.
To Messrs. E. H. Bacon and Company for poems by James Jeffrey Roche.