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POET'S CORNER. IN THE GARDEN OF GOD. As the lily of the valley White and pure and sweet; As the lowly violet trodden Under wandering ieet; As the rose amidst the briars Fresh and fair is found, Heedless of the tangled thicket, And the thorns around; As the sunflower ever turning To the mighty sun, With the faithfulness of fealty Following only one— So make me, Lord, to thee. —FA-TTLEB. TO BE OR NOT TO BE. The maid of March, a gleesome thing, My heart has captured, sighed young Spring; Then April's lady, fitfully, With tears and smiles enamoured me. And May, fond May, would then replace With all her charming, winsome grace. r really, really, cannot say, Which one of them will win the day. I fain would follow where March led, But 0, so fast she sometimes sped. And' laughed at me with boisterous shout. When I but asked what she's about. I think I'll win to my retreat. And sue for April, tender, sweet. And bind her brows so gladsomeW. With wreaths of cool anemone. But if she prove one whii less kind, I then straightway shall change my mind, And wait for May, and so fulfil ( With apple blooms, the young year s will

I HER VENGEANCE

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FOR MATRON AND MAID. !

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jTHE LITTLE GENTLEMAN.

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