doraston (j.), poem on bookworne, 67, 76.
dust, an enemy of books, 39.
dusting books-how to do it, 136.
dutch church burnt, 15.
ecclesiastical commissioners, 53.
edmonds (mr.), bookseller, 58.
edward iv, 130.
edwards (mr.), bookseller, 18.
"no, do not curse him, -- pity him instead;
forgive him! -- forgive me! . . god's anodyne
for human hate is pity; and the wine
that makes men wise, forgiveness. i have read
love's message in love's murder, and i die."
and so they laid her just where she would lie,
under red roses. red they bloomed and fell;
but when flushed autumn and the snows went by,
and spring came, -- lo, from every bud's green shell
burst a white blossom. -- can love reason why?