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ELIOT, GEORGE (pp. 165–167).—Essays,' by R. H. Hutton; 'Westminster Review,' July and Oct. 1863; 'Edinburgh Review,' Oct. 1866 and Oct. 1868; North British Review,' Sept. 1866; 'British Quarterly Review,' Jan. 1867; 'Contemporary Review,' vol. viii.; and 'Macmillan's Magazine,' vols. iv. and xiỵ.

GRAY, DAVID (pp. 167-173).-Life, by J. Hedderwick, prefixed to 'The Luggie, and Other Poems.' Also, 'David Gray, and Other Essays,' by Robert Buchanan.

HEMANS, MRS. (pp. 173-180).-Life, by H. F. Chorley. See also Wilson's 'Recreations of Christopher North,' and Jeffrey's 'Essays.'

HOGG, JAMES (pp. 181-189).—Life, by Professor Wilson. See, too, the 'Noctes Ambrosianæ.'

HOOD, THOMAS (pp. 190-201).-Life, by his son and daughter; W. M. Rossetti's Introduction to Moxon's edition of his 'Poems;' 'Westminster Review,' April 1871; and 'Macmillan's Magazine,' vol. ii., by David Masson.

HOUGHTON, LORD (pp. 201-206).-See 'Quarterly Review' for July and Oct. 1865. Also Memoir in 'Men of the Time.'

HUNT, LEIGH (pp. 207-223).—Life, by his son. See also his 'Autobiography,' and Hawthorne's 'Our Old Home.'

INGELOW, JEAN (pp. 223-229).—See 'Our Living Poets,' by H. Buxton Forman.

KEATS, JOHN (pp. 229-240).-Life, by Lord Houghton. See also De Quincey's 'Essays,' vol. v.; Rossetti's Introduction to Moxon's edition of 'Poems;' 'Macmillan's Magazine,' vol. iii., by David Masson; Hunt's 'Imagination and Fancy;' and Jeffrey's 'Essays.'

KEBLE, REV. JOHN (PP. 240-243).—Life, by Sir J. T. Coleridge; 'Musings on the Christian Year,' by C. M. Yonge; 'Essays on Church and State,' by Dean Stanley; 'Studies in Poetry,' by J. C. Shairp; 'British Quarterly Review,' July 1867; 'Contemporary Review,' July 1866 and June 1869.

Kingsley, Rev. Canon (pp. 244–248).—′ Essays,' by George Brimley; 'Essays and Remains,' by R. A. Vaughan; 'Literary and Social Judgments,' by W. R. Greg; 'Novels and Novelists,' by David Masson; Memoir in 'Men of the Time.'

LANDON, L. E. (pp. 249-256).—-Life, by Laman Blanchard.

LANDOR, Walter Savage (pp. 256-260).—Life, by John Forster; 'Biographic Sketches,' by Harriet Martineau; Horne's 'Spirit of the Age;' 'Fraser's and Macmillan's Magazines' for 1870.

LOCKHART, JOHN GIBSON (pp. 261-264).—Memoir in 'Imperial Dictionary of Biography.'



LYTTON, HON. ROBERT (pp. 265-269).—' Edinburgh Review,' July 1868; 'Fortnightly Review,' vol. iii. (O.S.), by George Meredith; Memoir in 'Men of the Time.'

LYTTON, LORD (pp. 269–276).—'Essays,' by George Brimley; 'Essays in Fiction,' by N. W. Senior; 'Essays,' by W. C. Roscoe ; 'Quarterly Review,' Jan. and April 1865; Memoir in 'Men of the Time.'

MACDONALD, George (pp. 277-282).—Memoir in 'Men of the Time.' For criticism see 'British and Foreign Quarterly Review,' Jan. 1868; and North British Review,' Sept. 1866.

MACKAY, DR. Charles (pp. 282–287).—Memoir in 'Imperial Dictionary of Biography' and 'Men of the Time.'

MARTIN, THEODORE (pp. 287–293).—Biographical Notice in 'Men of the
Time.' See also 'Quarterly' and 'Edinburgh Reviews.'
MASSEY, GERALD (pp. 293–298).—See Gilfillan's 'Literary Portraits.'
MOIR, DAVID MACBETH (pp. 299-303).—Memoir in Chambers's 'English
Literature.' See 'Noctes Ambrosianæ' of Professor Wilson.
MONTGOMERY, JAMES (pp. 304-309).-Life, by Holland and Everett; also
'Essays,' by Lord Macaulay; 'Essays,' by Lord Jeffrey; and 'Criti-
cal Essays,' by A. K. H. B.

MOORE, THOMAS (pp. 310–316).—Life, by Earl Russell. See Hazlitt's 'English Poets,' and Jeffrey's 'Essays.'

MORRIS, WILLIAM (pp. 317-324).—' Edinburgh Review,' Jan. 1871; 'Quar-
terly Review,' Jan. 1872; 'Westminster Review,' Oct. 1868; 'Fort-
nightly Review,' vol. ii. (N.S.), by A. C. Swinburne; 'Blackwood's
Magazine,' July 1869; and 'Our Living Poets,' by H. B. Forman.
MOTHERWELL, WILLIAM (pp. 325-328).-Life, by MacConechy.
NORTON, HON. MRS. (pp. 329–331).—' Cyclopædia of English Biography.'
PATMORE, COVENTRY (pp. 332-337).—' Essays,' by George Brimley;

'Macmillan's Magazine,' vol. iii., by Richard Garnett; 'Fraser's
Magazine,' July 1863; Memoir in 'Men of the Time.'

PRAED, WINTHROP MACKWORTH (pp. 338-344).-Life, by H. N. Cole-
ridge, prefixed to collected 'Poems:' Introduction, by Sir George
Young, to Moxon's miniature edition of ' Poems;' 'Quarterly Review,'
July and Oct. 1865; 'British Quarterly Review,' April 1866.

PROCTER, Adelaide Anne (pp. 344-347).—Memoir, by Charles Dickens, prefixed to her 'Legends and Lyrics.'

PROCTER, BRYAN WALLER (pp. 347-354).—Memoir in 'Men of the Time.'
See Lamb's 'Life and Letters,' Hunt's 'Autobiography,' and H. Crabb
Robinson's 'Diary.'


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Rogers, SAMUEL (pp. 355-365).-See his 'Recollections;' Miss Martineau's 'Biographic Sketches;' W. C. Roscoe's 'Essays;' A. Hayward's 'Essays;' Jeffrey's 'Essays;' and Hazlitt's' English Poets.' Rossetti, ChrISTINA (pp. 365-369).—See the 'Athenæum,' and other critical journals.

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SCOTT, SIR WALTER (pp. 369-388).-Life, by Lockhart. Also N. W. Senior's Essays in Fiction;' Jeffrey's 'Essays;' Carlyle's Essays;' Masson's 'Novelists and their Styles;' Jeaffreson's 'Novels and Novelists;' Hazlitt's 'Spirit of the Age,' and 'English Poets;' 'British Critic' for Oct. 1838, by Keble; Preface to Globe Edition of 'Poems,' by F. T. Palgrave; Introduction to Moxon's miniature edition of 'Poems,' by Mortimer Collins.

SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE (pp. 389-410).—Life, by Lady Shelley, Trelawney, Medwin, Hogg; Memoir, by W. M. Rossetti, prefixed to two vol. edition of 'Poems;' 'Fortnightly Review,' vol. v. (N.S.), by A. C. Swinburne; De Quincey's 'Essays,' vol. v. ; 'Essays,' by R. H. Hutton; Hunt's 'Autobiography;' Kingsley's 'Miscellanies;' 'Macmillan's Magazine,' vol. ii., by David Masson and R. Garnett; 'Quarterly Review,' July 1861 and July 1868; 'Westminster Review,' July 1870; 'Blackwood's Magazine,' April 1872.

SMITH, ALEXANDER (pp. 410-418).-Life, by P. P. Alexander, in 'Last Leaves;' see also 'Good Words,' March 1867; Clough's 'Life, Letters, and Works,' vol. ii.; Kingsley's 'Miscellanies;' 'Macmillan's Magazine,' vol. iv.

SOUTHEY, Robert (pp. 418-426).—Life, by Caroline Southey and C. T. Browne. See also Hazlitt's 'English Poets,' and Jeffrey's 'Essays.' STERLING, JOHN (pp. 426–430).—Life, by J. C. Hare and T. Carlyle. SWINBURNE, Algernon ChaRLES (pp. 431-437).-Memoir in 'Men of the

Time.' See, too, 'My Study Windows,' by J. R. Lowell; 'Swinburne's Poems,' by W. M. Rossetti, 'Fortnightly Review,' vol. i. (O.S.), by J. L. Warren; and vol. ii. (O.S.), by Lord Houghton; Westminster Review,' April 1867; Fraser's Magazine,' Nov. 1866; 'Quarterly Review,' Jan. 1872; 'Our Living Poets,' by H. B. Forman; and 'Poetry of the Period,' by Alfred Austin.


TAYLOR, SIR HENRY (pp. 437-444).- Fortnightly Review,' vol. i. (O.S.), by Anthony Trollope.

TENNYSON, Alfred (pp. 445-470).--Memoir in 'Men of the Time;' and 'Homes and Haunts of the British Poets,' by W. Howitt. See, also, 'Tennysoniana,' by R. H. Shepperd. For criticism, see 'Essays,' by George Brimley, Peter Bayne, W. C. Roscoe; 'Studies in Tennyson,' by E. C. Tainsh; 'Jerrold, Tennyson,' &c., by J. H. Stirling; Kingsley's 'Miscellanies;' 'Poetry of the Period,' by Alfred Austin; 'Modern Men of Letters,' by J. Hain Friswell; 'Remains,' by A. H.


Hallam; 'Dublin Lectures,' by J. H. Ingram; 'Our Living 'Poets,' by H. B. Forman; 'Contemporary Review,' April 1868 and Jan. 1870, by Dean Alford; 'North British Review,' vol. liii.; Quarterly Review,' Jan. 1866, April 1869, Jan. 1870; 'Westminster Review,' July 1864; British and Foreign Evangelical Review,' April 1867; 'Edinburgh Review,' April 1870; 'Macmillan's Magazine,' vols. i. and x., by J. M. Ludlow; 'Fortnightly Review,' vol. ii. (O.S.), by J. Leicester Warren; and 'St. Paul's Magazine' for March 1872, by Robert Buchanan.

TRENCH, RICHARD CHENEVIX (pp. 471-476).-Memoir in 'Men of the

WILSON, PROFESSOR (pp. 477-482).—Life, by his daughter, Mrs. Gordon.
See also Miss Martineau's 'Biographic Sketches,' Brimley's 'Essays,'
Masson's Novelists,' R. H. Paterson's 'Essays,' and Jeffrey's

Wordsworth, WILLIAM (pp. 483-512).—Life, by Canon Wordsworth and
Rev. E. Paxton Hood; see also Henry Crabb Robinson's 'Diary and
Correspondence.' For criticism, Hazlitt's 'English Poets,' and 'Round
Table;' Jeffrey's 'Essays;' Brimley's 'Essays;' Masson's 'Essays;'
F. W. Robertson's 'Lectures and Addresses;' De Quincey's 'Essays;'
Shairp's 'Studies in Poetry;' Gilfillan's 'Gallery of Portraits;' R. H.
Hutton's Essays;' 'Quarterly Review,' July 1868; and 'Temple
Bar,' Feb. 1872.

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After a thousand mazes overgone,
Ah! County Guy, the hour is nigh,
Alas! they had been friends in youth,
All things once are things for ever,
All thoughts, all passions, all delights,
All worldly shapes shall melt in gloom,
An empty sky, a world of heather,
And hast thou sought thy heavenly home,
"And I could weep," the Oneyda chief,
And thou art dead, as young and fair,
Anon I saw one of those elfin things,
Around our spirit's dreams, our noblest, best,
As ships, becalmed at eve, that lay,

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Break, break, break,
Bright star! would I were steadfast as thou art,
Brook! whose society the poet seeks,
But ghastlier portents lay behind,
But he, the favourite and the flower,

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