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Songs of Love and Empire. Nesbit, E. (Edith), 1858–1924.
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SONGS OF LOVE AND EMPIRE

BY

E. NESBIT

AUTHOR OF “LAYS AND LEGENDS,” “A POMANDER OF VERSE,” ETC

WESTMINSTER ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE & CO

1898

“AFTER Sixty Years” appeared on June 22, 1897 in the Daily News; “To the Queen of England” and many other verses in the Pall Mall Gazette; “A Song of Peace and Honour” and “A Song of Trafalgar” in the Daily Chronicle, and certain other verses in the Athenæum. To the Editors of these papers my thanks are due.

TO HUBERT BLAND

TO you the harvest of my toil has come, Because of all that lies its sheaves between; You taught me first what Love and Empire mean, And to your hands I bring my harvest home. page: ix

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