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**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla
Electronic Texts**
**eBooks Readable By Both Humans and By
Computers, Since 1971**
*****These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousands
of Volunteers!****
Title: Journeys Through Bookland Volume FourAuthor: Charles H. Sylvester
Release Date: December, 2004 [EBook #7013]
[Yes, we are more than one year ahead of
schedule] [This file was first posted on February
22, 2003]
Edition: 10
Language: English
Character set encoding: ISO 8859-1
*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG
EBOOK JOURNEYS THROUGH BOOKLAND V4
***
Produced by William Koven, Juliet Sutherland,
Charles Franks and the Online Distributed
Proofreading TeamJOURNEYS THROUGH
BOOKLAND
A New and Original Plan For Reading Applied To
The World's Best
Literature For Children
BY
CHARLES H. SYLVESTER
Author of English and American Literature
VOLUME FOUR
CONTENTS
BETTER THAN GOLD
………………………………….. Father Ryan
My HEART LEAPS UP…………………………….
William WordsworthTHE BAREFOOT BOY ……………………….. John
Greenleaf Whittier
RAIN ON THE ROOF
………………………………… Coates Kinney
CID CAMPEADOR
ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF A MAD DOG
………………… Oliver Goldsmith
MOTHER'S WAY
……………………………………… Father Ryan
SONG OF THE BROOK
……………………………… Alfred Tennyson
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
……………………… Grace E. Sellon
FOOTSTEPS OF ANGELS …………………..
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
To H. W. L. ………………………………. James
Russell Lowell
THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH ………………..
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
THE WRECK OF THE HESPERUS ……………..
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A DOG OF FLANDERS ……………………………
Louise de la RameeALICE AND PHOEBE CARY
…………………………….. Anna McCaleb
NEARER HOME
………………………………………. Phoebe Cary
PICTURES OF MEMORY
…………………………………. Alice Cary
THE ESCAPE FROM PRISON
……………………… Sir Samuel W. Baker
STORIES OF THE CREATION
THE DEFINITION OF A GENTLEMAN
…………………… Cardinal Newman
THE UNIVERSAL PRAYER
……………………………. Alexander Pope
INCIDENT OF THE FRENCH CAMP
…………………….. Robert Browning
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
……………………………. Grace E. Sellon
THE PINE-TREE SHILLINGS………………………
Nathaniel Hawthorne
LANDING OF THE PILGRIM FATHERS IN NEW
ENGLAND .. Felicia Browne Hemans
THE SUNKEN TREASURE …………………………Nathaniel Hawthorne
THE HUTCHINSON MOB ………………………….
Nathaniel Hawthorne
THE BOSTON MASSACRE …………………………
Nathaniel Hawthorne
SHERIDAN'S RIDE ……………………………
Thomas Buchanan Read
JOAN OF ARC ………………………………….
Thomas de Quincey
PANCRATIUS ……………………………………
Cardinal Wiseman
ALFRED THE GREAT ……………………………….
Charles Dickens
THE BURIAL OF MOSES …………………….. Cecil
Frances Alexander
BERNARDO DEL CARPIO
…………………………….. Felicia Hemans
DAVID
CHEVY-CHASE …………………………………….
Richard Sheale
THE ATTACK ON THE CASTLE
………………………. Sir Walter ScottTHE DEATH OF HECTOR ………………………….
From Homer's Iliad
THE WOODEN HORSE …………………………..
From Vergil's Aeneid
JOHN BUNYAN
THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS
…………………………….. John Bunyan
AWAY …………………………………….. James
Whitcomb Riley
LITTLE GIFFIN OF TENNESSEE
LITTLE BREECHES
……………………………………… John Hay
THE YARN OF THE "NANCY BELL"
……………………… W. S. Gilbert
KATEY'S LETTER …………………………………..
Lady Dufferin
THE ARICKARA INDIANS ………………………….
Washington IrvingILLUSTRATIONS
REBECCA AT THE WINDOW (Color Plate) Louis
Grell
THE BAREFOOT BOY Iris Weddell White
RAIN ON THE ROOF Lucille Enders
RODRIGO AND THE LEPER Donn P. Crane
MARTIN PELAEZ SLEW A GOOD KNIGHT Donn
P. Crane
ALVAR FANEZ WENT His WAY TO CASTILL Donn
P. Crane
THE DEFEAT OF ALMOFALEZ Donn P. Crane
THEY WENT OUT FROM VALENCIA AT
MIDNIGHT Donn P. Crane
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW (Halftone)
HOME OF LONGFELLOW AT CAMBRIDGE
(Halftone)
THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH Herbert N. Rudeen
HE BOUND HER TO THE MAST G. H. MitchellRESCUE OF PATRASCHE Holling Clancy
NELLO AND PATRASCHE Holling Clancy
NELLO LEFT HIS PICTURE AT THE DOOR
Holling Clancy
ALICE CARY (Halftone)
IN THAT DIM OLD FOREST Mildred Lyon
ANCHOR Louis Grell
HE SLIPPED A GUINEA INTO HER HAND Louis
Grell
HE WRENCHED THE BAR ASUNDER Louis Grell
LEONTINE Louis Grell
"WE'VE GOT YOU RATISBON!" Herbert N.
Rudeen
HAWTHORNE'S WAYSIDE (Halftone)
HANDFUL AFTER HANDFUL WAS THROWN IN
Mildred Lyon
UP CAME TREASURE IN ABUNDANCE Herbert N.
Rudeen
"FATHER, DO YOU NOT HEAR?" Herbert N.
Rudeen
THE RIOTERS BROKE INTO THE HOUSE Herbert
N. Rudeen