See this online e-book:
- Selections from Pope, Dryden, and Various Other British Catholic Poets, Who Preceded the Nineteenth Century; With Biographical and Literary Notices of Those and Other British Catholic Poets of Their Class, Comprising a Brief History of British Catholic Poetry from an Early Period; Designed Not Only for General Use, But Also as a Text-Book or Reader, and a Prize-Book, for the Higher Classes in Catholic Educational Institutions, by George Hill (New York: The Trow & Smith book Manufacturing Co., 1868). The work also states that it was “Examined and Approved by Competent Catholic Authority”. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library; and at the Hathi Trust Digital Library.
“May all the wealth of Christ’s inspiration have its shrine among you; now you will have instruction and advice for one another, full of wisdom, now there will be psalms, and hymns, and spiritual music, as you sing with gratitude in your hearts to God.” (Colossians iii, 16)