by William Anderson

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Poems by William Anderson

Landscape Lyrics. Sunrise, Morning farther advanced, Noonday, The Sunbeam, To a Wild Flower, Summer, Midsummer, The Sunshine of Poetry, Autumn, in its First Aspect, Autumn, in its Second Aspect, Sunset, Twilight, Moonlight on Land, Moonlight at Sea, Home Scenes, The Alpine Horn, Reflections on Death, Through the Wood.—Modern Ballad, [viii]Song of the Exile, To Fame, To a Bee, The Storm, "Lazarus, Come Forth," Sonnet. On the Approach of Summer, Beauty, To M. J. R., Sonnet. A Contrast, Sonnet. Roslin, On the Birth of a Niece, On her death, Sonnet. To Happiness, Thoughts, Loch Awe, The Wolf, The April Cloud, Spring, Poesy, Sonnet. To a Friend of the Author, The Gipsy's Lullaby, Woodland Song, Sonnet. The Ocean, Mount Horeb, Written beneath an Elm, The Wells o' Weary, [ix]Dryburgh Abbey, Grace, Matin, Immortality, Lines. On the Death of John Sinclair, Esq., Edinburgh, Weep not for the Dead, Idols, Truth, Sabbath Morn, Sabbath Eve, Dreams of the Living, Lines, Sonnets Written on Viewing Danby's Picture of the Deluge, Thought, Lines Written on the Attempted Assassination of the Queen, July 1840, Song.—"I'm Naebody Noo," Song. "There's Plenty Come to Woo me," The Stout Old British Ship, Lines on the Infant Son and Daughter of Hon. Col. Montague, The Martyrs, Caledonia, My Country, Song. "I Canna Sleep," [x]Song. "Yonder Sunny Brae," The Eagle's Nest, The Advent of Truth, Lines Suggested by a Walk in a Garden, Sonnet. Sunshine, Song. "At E'ening when the Kye war in," Stanzas on a Bust of Marshal Ney, Winter, Human Conduct, Courtship Lines, Love-Weakness, Lines to the Rev. Henry Dudley Ryder, on reading his "Angelicon," The Poet, Light and Shadow, The Early Dead, A Dirge, A Benediction, Health, The Game of Life, Consumption, Change, Virtue, Vain Hopes, The Valley of Life, After Thought,

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BN ID: 2940023129495
Publisher: Edinburgh : J. Menzies
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
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About the Author

William Anderson is an award-winning historian and author whose interest in the “Little House” books began in elementary school. Much of his research for this book was conducted on-site at the locales of the Ingalls and Wilder homes. He has been active in the preservation and operation of the Wilder sites in De Smet, South Dakota, and Mansfield, Missouri, and edits the newsletter, Laura Ingalls Wilder Lore.

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