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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
THE INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY
BY RICHARD GARNETT.
(For biographical note, see Vol. XIV., page 6755.)
TO AMERICA, AFTER READING SOME UNGENEROUS
What though thy Muse the singer's art essay,
With lip now over-loud, now over-low?
'Tis but the augury that makes her so
Girt with two oceans, crowned with Arctic snow,
Sandalled with shining seas of Mexico,
Of life bewilders speech, as shoreless sea
Confounds the ranging eye from verge to verge
Not soon or easily shall thence emerge
BISMARCK AND MOLTKE.
FIRE falters yet in the fatigued eyes;
And now the slow blood stirs with sudden leap,
And angry thunder daunts the spies that peep,
The far-flung shadow of whose dawnless sleep
The many nationed world doth overcreep;