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The Voice of the Sea.

Thus spake to Man the thousand-throated Sea :
Words which the stealing winds caught from its

lips :
Thou thinkest thee and thine, God's topmost

I Complete Sets Sent on Approval
But hearken unto me and humbly learn
How infinite thine insignificance. ..
Thou burrow'st through a mountain, here and

Work'st all thine engines, cutting off a speck ;
I wash their rock-foundations under ; tear
Turret from turret, toppling thundering down,
And crush their mightiest fragments into sand :
Thou gravest with thy records slab and spar,
And callest them memorials of thy Might ;-
Lo! not a stone exists, from that black cliff
To that small pebble at thy foot, but bears
My signature graved there when Earth was young,
To teach the mighty wonders of the Deep.
Thy deeds-thyself-are what? A morning mist!
But I! I face the ages. Dost not know
That as I gave the Earth to spread her fair
And dew-washed body in the morning light,
So, still, 'tis I that keep her fair and fresh ?-
That weave her robes and nightly diamond them?
I fill her odorous bowers with perfumes rare;
Strew field and forest with bee-haunted stars;
I give the Morn pearl for her radiant roof,
And Eve lend glory for her rosy dome;
I build the purple towers that hold the West
And guard the passage of Retiring Day.

Shakespeare's House at Stratford-on-Avon.
Yon fleecy continents of floating snow,

The Best Edition of Shakespeare
That dwarf the mountains over which they sail,
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In accuracy, clearness, convenience of arrangement, and in all that goes to To cheer and gladden every thirsty land.

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This is the ideal edition for those who would read the great Poet with understandThe Laplander above his frozen rill,

ing and pleasure. Every obscure passage and every obsolete word is fully explained The Woodsman couched beside his forest brook, The International Edition reproduces the famous Cambridge text, which has been for The shepherd mirrored in his upland spring,

forty years the standard text of Shakespeare. Shakespeare's Works are given absoDrink of my cup in one great brotherhood.

lutely complete, including the Sonnets and Poems. All recognized Shakespearean 'Tis, nay, not man alone - thou art but one

authorities are represented in the Notes and Critical Comments, among them being Of all the myriads of life-holding thing,

Furness, Lamb, Coleridge, Goethe, Tennyson, Gollancz, Dowden, White, Victor Hugo, Brute, beast, bird, reptile, insect, thing unnamed, Heine, Johnson, and many others. Whose souls find recreation in my breath :

The sets are in 13 handsome volumes (6,500 pages), bound in cloth or halfNay, not a tree, flower, sprig of grass or weed, leather. Size of volumes, 8 x 54 inches — 1} inches thick. But lives through me and hymrs my praise to God :

A Complete Shakespearean Library I feed, sustain, refresh and keep them all :

Each play is preceded by Critical Prefaces giving the history of the play, and by Mirror and type of God that giveth life :

Critical Comments drawn from the works of great Shakespearean scholars. FollowI sing as softly as a mother croons

ing each play are full Glossaries and Critical and Explanatory Notes. There are Her drowsy babe to sleep upon her breast.

200 illustrations, rare woodcuts of Shakespeare's times, photogravures and full-page -In September Scribner's. chromatic plates in color. The Life of Shakespeare contains the facts actually

known about him, and is interestingly written by Dr. Israel Gollancz. There are The Sapling.

Critical and Literary biographies by Leslie Stephen and Walter Bagehot. A set is a

complete Shakespearean Library.
When I was but a sprig of May,

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Above all else I loved most well

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