Gifts of Genius eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 144 pages of information about Gifts of Genius.

INTRODUCTORY,

Out at elbows.—­The story of st. George cleaveBy John Esten Cooke,

My secret. (From the French.) By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow,

A leaf from my Paris note-bookBy H.T.  Tuckerman,

On popular knowledgeBy George S. Hillard,

On receiving A privately printed volume of poems from A friend
By Thomas Buchanan read,

The prince at LAND’S endBy Caroline Chesebro,

Sea-weed. By James Russell Lowell,

TrefoilBy Evert A. DUYCKINCK,

Miserere DomineBy William H. Burleigh,

The kingdoms of nature praising god.—­A short essay on the 148th
psalmBy C.A.  Bartol,

TranslationsBy the RevCharles T. Brooks,

Recollections of Neander, the church historian
By the RevRoswell D. Hitchcock, D.D.,

Poems. By Julia Ward Howe,

Earth’s witnessBy Alice B. Haven,

The new England thanksgivingBy the RevHenry W. Bellows, D.D.,

Song of the archangels. (From Goethe’s Faust.) By George P. Marsh,

A night and day at ValparaisoBy Robert Tomes,

TranslationsBy the RevTheodore Parker,

Paid for by the pageBy Edward S. Gould,

Words for musicBy George P. Morris,

The Christian greatness.” (Passages from a Manuscript Sermon.)
By the RevOrville Dewey, D.D.,

The baby and the boy musicianBy Lydia Huntley Sigourney,

The Erl-king. (From the German of Goethe.) By Mrs. E.F.  Ellet,

Thoughts upon FenelonBy the RevSamuel Osgood, D.D.,

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