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Transcription 21. [Untitled.] In his strength
Signed William Gilmore Simms in Oracles From the Poets (See # 9), 106.

22. "The Old Man's Grave." I stood beside an old man's grave
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Signed "Norma," a newly
proved pseudonym.

23. "The Blighted Trees." It was but late I sported young
The Album, II (20 May 1826), 160. Signed "Almirez," a proved pseudonym.
Reprinted in James Kibler, "The Album (1826)," Studies in Bibliography,
XXXIX (1986), 77.

24. "Judea." A land of hills and valley
Manuscript in Simms's hand on blank pages in the rear of J. G. Herder, The
Spirit of Hebrew Poetry (Burlington, VT: 1833, in the Simms Library
Collection at the South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Published in James
Kibler, "Simms and The Spirit of Hebrew Poetry," Simms Review, XII, no. 2
(Winter 2004), 4-7.

25. "Song. Written on the Tombeckbee River." Long, long
dearest maiden my footsteps may wander
The Album, II (24 June 1826), 200. Signed "S." Reprinted in James Kibler,
"The Album (1826)," Studies in Bibliography, XXXIX (1986), 78.

26. [Untitled.] The melancholy strain of that sad bird,
Signed William Gilmore Simms in Oracles From the Poets (See # 9), 152.

27. "The Voice." A midnight voice from Heaven! It smote his ear
The first of three parts as appendix to Simms's Lily and the Totem (New York:
Baker & Scribner, 1850), 463-465.

28. "`The Enemy Shall Never Reach Your City.' Andrew
Jackson's Address to the People of New Orleans." Never,
while such as ye are in the breach,
Charleston Mercury (27 July 1863). Unsigned but listed by Simms in his list of
war poems, "Printed Poetry Box," P1540, Simms Manuscript Collection, South
Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Collected in Simms's War Poetry of the South
(1866), 301-304, unsigned.

29. [Untitled.] No caprice of mind,
Signed William Gilmore Simms in Oracles From the Poets (See # 9), 109.


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