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Mr. H. H. Bashford
Mr. E. W. Hornung
Mr. Laurence Housman
Mr. Louis Howland
Mr. J. H. Knight-Adkin

for poems published in The Spectator, and to the Editor for kindly adding his consent to theirs; to Mr. Ernest Currie for a poem published in The Timaru Pioneer, and to Mr. J. Shaw Thompson for confirming his permission.

For other poems we are greatly indebted to the courtesy of the proprietors of the copyright of the following authors:Sir Edwin Arnold (Messrs. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner

& Co.) Robert Buchanan (Miss Harriett Jay and Messrs. Chatto

& Windus) “Ethna Carbery” (Mr. Seumas MacManus) Bliss Carman (Mr. Elkin Mathews) W. Cory (Mr. George Allen) Sir James D. Edgar (Mr. J. F. Edgar) Adam Lindsay Gordon (Messrs. A. H. Massina & Co.,

Melbourne) W. E. Henley (Mrs. Henley and Mr. Alfred Nutt) Richard Hovey (Mr. Elkin Mathews) E. C. Lefroy (Mr. John Lane) Amy Levy (Mr. T. Fisher Unwin) George Mac Donald (Dr. Greville MacDonald) “Owen Meredith” (Lord Lytton) Arthur O'Shaughnessy (Rev. A. W. Newport Deacon) J. Oxenford (Messrs. Chappell & Co.) Coventry Patmore (Mrs. Patmore) G. F. Savage-Armstrong (the family of the late G. F. Savage

Armstrong) William Sharp (Mrs. William Sharp) Sir Henry Taylor (Messrs. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner

& Co.)

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J. G. Whittier (Messrs. Houghton, Mifflin & Co.)

E. E. Bowen (Mr. W. E. Bowen and Messrs. Longmans

Green & Co. for a poem from Harrow Songs) Nora Chesson (Mr. W. H. Chesson and Mr. Alston Rivers for

one from Selected Poems; and to Mr. W. H. Chesson

for one from Songs of the Morning) George Eliot (The proprietors of the copyright, and Messrs.

Blackwood & Sons, for one from Poems) R. L. Stevenson (Messrs. Chatto & Windus for a liberal

selection from Underwoods and Songs of Travel; and Mrs. Stevenson and Messrs. Methuen & Co. for one

from The Letters of R. L. Stevenson) R. S. Hawker (Mr. John Lane for two froni Cornish Ballads) H. D. Lowry (Mr. Elkin Mathews for three from The

Hundred Windows) William Morris (The Executors of William Morris for

passages from The Earthly Paradise) Hon. Roden Noel (The Walter Scott Publishing Co. for a

poem in The Canterbury Poets)
D. G. Rossetti (Mr. W. M. Rossetti and Messrs. Ellis &

White for two from Ballads and Sonnets)
H. Woolley (Mrs. Woolley and the Editor of The Spectator

for one from The Spectator)

We are glad to take this opportunity of expressing our obligation to Mr. W. J. Addis for valuable help in the preliminary collection of material, and to Miss C. L. Wodehouse for many services generously rendered.

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The Order of Valour

Sir Edwin Arnold

“We travelled in the print of olden wars ” R. L. Stevenson

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ii SOME IDEALS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

For an Altar to Independence

A Man's a Man for a' that

Hope in the French Revolution

Freedom

The British Heritage

From “ Prometheus Unbound"

England

From “ Milton"

Union Hymn—1832

The Dawn of Freedom

England

Liberty

“A Vote in the Laws

Holy Thursday -

Chartist Song—1838 -

Tom Dunstan

The Night Bird -

“Nothing is left or lost'

Ring Out, Wild Bells

Burns

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Burns

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Wordsworth 58

Cowper 60

Wordsworth бо

Shelley 61

Lord Hanmer 62

William Blake 62

Anon. 63

- Tennyson 64

- Tennyson 65

Ernest Jones 65

Ernest Jones 66

- William Blake 67

T. Cooper 68

Robert Buchanan 69

Charles Kingsley 71

R. C. Trench 72

- Tennyson 73

II. BRITAIN OVERSEAS

The Flowers

Rudyard Kipling 77

Britons beyond the Seas

Harold Begbie 79

Emigration

W. M. Rossetti 82

The Emigrants in Bermuda

Marvell 82

The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers Felicia D. Hemans 84

England and her Colonies

William Watson 85

England Stands Alone

Theodore Watts-Dunton 86

The Frontier Line

- Sir A. Conan Doyle 87

The Settlers

Laurence Housman 88

At an Outpost

H. Woolley 89

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