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...12:124 III. To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time, 12:125 IV. Delight in Disorder, 12:125-126 V. To Anthea, 12:126-127 VI. To Daisies, 12:127 VII. The Night Piece, 12:128
25th. BRET HARTE, b. 25 Ag. 1839 I. Plain Language from Truthful James, II:234-236 II. The Outcasts of Poker Flat, 20-Pt. I:30-46 III. Ramon, 11:285-288 IV. Her Letter, 8-Pt. I:113-115
26th. I. Holley's An Unmarried Female, 8-Pt. II: 26-36
We are as liable to be corrupted by books, as by companions.--HENRY FIELDING.
AUGUST 27TH TO SEPTEMBER 2ND
27th. I. Scott's Coronach, 15:33-34 II. Lochinvar, 10:36-39 III. A Weary Lot Is Thine, 10:40-41 IV. County Guy, 12:154-155 V. Hail to the Chief, 12:203-204
28th. LEO TOLSTOI, b. 28 Ag. 1828 I. The Prisoner in the Caucasus, 19-Pt. I:141-186
29th. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES,b. 29Ag. 1809;d. I. The Ballad of the Oysterman, 7-Pt. I:105-106 II. ... Fielding, Henry
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