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Town and Country; or, life at home and abroad, without and within us

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TOWN & COUNTRY.
OR LIFE AT HOME AND ABROAD, WITHIN &
WITHOUT US.
BY JOHN S. ADAMS.
BOSTON:
1855.CONTENTS.
SAVED BY KINDNESS
THE LOVE OF ELINORE
'TIS SWEET TO BE
REMEMBERED I CALL
THEE MINE THE OLD
TREE AND ITS LESSON
VOICES FROM THE
SPIRIT LAND THE
BEACON LIGHT BEAR
UP A WELCOME SONG
TO SPRING THE HOPEOF THE FALLEN
THOUGHTS THAT
COME FROM LONG
AGO DETERMINED TO
BE RICH THE HEAVEN-
SENT, HEAVEN-
RETURNED FLOWERS,
BRIGHT FLOWERS
FORGET ME NOT
WHAT IS TRUTH THE
HOMESTEAD VISIT
THE MARINER'S SONG
LOVE'S LAST WORDS
LIGHT IN DARKNESS
MT. VERNON, AND THE
TOMB OF
WASHINGTONFREEDOM'S
GATHERING SONG OF
THE BIRD I CHANGE
BUT IN DYING HE IS
THY BROTHER THE
WINE-DEALER'S
CLERK ANGELINA
FAREWELL, MY
NATIVE LAND
UNLEARNED TO LOVE
WHAT WAS IT?
LETTERS AND
LETTER-WRITING A
VISION OF REALITY
JEWELS OF THE
HEART LIGHT FROM A
BETTER LAND POORAND WEARY THE
BANDBOX MOVEMENT
NEW ENGLAND
HOMES LOVE THAT
WANES NOT. ONWARD
COURAGEOUSLY A
FOREST PIC-NIC SONG
THE WARRIOR'S
BRIDE THE ADVENT
OF HOPE CHILD AND
SIRE A BROTHER'S
WELCOME THE
IMMENSITY OF
CREATION A VISION
OF HEAVEN THERE'S
HOPE FOR THEE YET
SOLILOQUY OVER THEGRAVE OF A WIFE THE
FUGITIVES THE
UNIVERSAL JUBILEE
THE BATTLE OF THE
RED MEN SUNLIGHT
ON THE SOUL A SONG
FROM THE ABSENT TO
THE LOVED ONE AT
HOME TWILIGHT
FOREST HYMN THE
SUMMER SHOWER
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF
AN AUTOMATON TO
THE UNKNOWN
DONOR OF A
BOUQUET TO A
SISTER IN HEAVEN IDREAMED OF THEE
LAST NIGHT, LOVE
THEY TELL OF HAPPY
BOWERS MAN
CANNOT LIVE AND
LOVE NOT BETTER
THAN GOLD GONE
AWAY LINES TO MY
MIFE CHEER UP
TRUST THOU IN GOD
THE MINISTRATION OF
SORROW GIVING
PUBLICITY TO
BUSINESS THE
MISSION OF KINDNESS
A PLEA FOR THE
FALLEN JOY BEYOND