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Stevenson, Robert Louis (1850–1894).  A Child’s Garden of Verses and Underwoods.  1913.
  
Index to Titles

A Camp
A Good Boy
A Good Play
A Lowden Sabbath Morn
A Mile an’ a Bittock
A Portrait
Armies in the Fire
A Song of the Road
A Thought
At the Sea-side
Auntie’s Skirts
Autumn Fires
A Visit from the Sea
  
Bed in Summer
Block City
  
Embro Hie Kirk
Envoy
Escape at Bedtime
Et Tu In Arcadia Vixisti
  
Fairy Bread
Farewell to the Farm
Foreign Lands
Foreign Children
From a Railway Carriage
  
Good and Bad Children
  
Happy Thought
Henry James
Historical Associations
  
Ille Terrarum
In Memoriam F. A. S.
In the States
It is not yours, O mother, to complain
It is the Season
It’s an owercome sooth for age an’ youth
  
Katharine
Keepsake Mill
  
Late in the nicht
Looking Forward
Looking-glass River
  
Marching Song
My Shadow
My Kingdom
My Treasures
My house, I say
My Conscience!
My Bed is a Boat
My body which my dungeon is
My Ship and I
  
Nest Eggs
Night and Day
Northwest Passage. I. Good Night
Northwest Passage. II. Shadow March
Northwest Passage. III. In Port
Not yet, my soul
  
Our Lady of the Snows
  
Picture-books in Winter
Pirate Story
  
Rain
Requiem
  
Say not of me that weakly I declined
Sing clearlier, Muse
Singing
Skerryvore
Skerryvore: The Parallel
Summer Sun
System
  
The Blast—1875
The Canoe Speaks
The Celestial Surgeon
The Counterblast Ironical
The Counterblast—1886
The Country of the Camisards
The Cow
The Dumb Soldier
The Flowers
The Gardener
The Hayloft
The House Beautiful
Their Laureate to an Academy Class Dinner Club
The Lamplighter
The Land of Counterpane
The Land of Nod
The Land of Story-books
The Little Land
The Maker to Posterity
The Mirror Speaks
The Moon
The Scotman’s Return from Abroad
The Sick Child
The Spaewife
The Sun’s Travels
The Swing
The Unseen Playmate
The Wind
Time to Rise
To a Gardener
To Alison Cunningham
To Andrew Lang
To Any Reader
To Auntie
To Doctor John Brown
To F. J. S.
To H. F. Brown
To K. De M.
To Minnie
To Minnie
To Mrs. Will. H. Low
To My Father
To My Mother
To My Name-child
To N. V. De G. S.
To W. E. Henley
To Will. H. Low
To Willie and Henrietta
Travel
  
When aince Aprile has fairly come
Where Go the Boats?
Whole Duty of Children
Windy Nights
Winter-time
  
Young Night Thought

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