Dreamland visions : and other poems / by John Wills.
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- Physical Description:  ℓ., [v]-vi, 103,  p. : port. ; 19 cm.
- Publisher: Liverpool : D. Marples & Co., Limited, 1889.
|General Note:|| Portrait mounted on verso of half title.
"Printed for private circulation only."
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Dreamland visions -- The pre-imminence of thought -- A smile -- The light of love -- One hundredth anniversary of the birth of Channing -- The Bible -- Easter hymn -- Absent Friends -- Nevermore -- Evermore -- To a moss rose -- Our country’s sword -- Thanksgiving Ode, 1865 -- To the Judson -- The earth -- life course -- The doom of tyranny -- The gentleness of the spirit -- Sorrow often the herald of joy -- The carnal and the spiritual mind -- The city of the light -- How I was made a Mason -- Address delivered the seventy-fifth anniversary of fellowship lodge, Bridgewater, Mass. -- A Christmas hymn -- On forgiveness -- there is not death -- The prayers God hears -- To my eldest son -- Is the earth -- life worth living? -- On the death of Florence Louisa Wills -- on the death of Mrs. Cobb -- What and where is heaven? -- The theology of Jesus and the New Testament -- Improved version of an ancient scripture -- Our Unitarian faith -- The divinity of thought -- Prayer for my dear little granddaughter S.M. Wills -- The living temple -- To my grandson, J. Wills, Jun, on the first anniversary of his birthday -- to the same, sever years afterwards -- To my Grandson J. W, Lightenberg, on the eighth anniversary of his birthday -- Earthly relationships unknown in the spirit -- world -- Song -- The captive lover to his lady love -- Self interrogation -- Almost persuaded to become a Christian -- The clock that strikes the years -- Coming events forest their shadows.