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D. APPLETON & COMPANY, No. 200 BROADWAY.

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CHARLES LAMB.

Letter I. From Alciphron at Alexandria to Cleon

at Athens . . . . . . . .

Poems :-

Letter II. From the Same to the Same . .

Hester

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Letter III. From the Same to the Same

To a River in which a Child was drowned

Letter IV. From the Same to the Same .

Queen Oriana's Dream . . . . . 59 Letter V. From Orcus, High Priest of Memphis, to

A Farewell to Tobacco

60 Decius, the Prætorian Prefect

. . .

A Ballad, noting the Ways of the Rich and Poor 61 Intercepted Letters, or the Two-penny Post Bag :

To T. L. H., a Child

Letter I. From the Pr-nc-ss Che of W-s to

Lines on the celebrated Picture by Leonardo da

the Lady B-rb-a A-ghl-y . . .

Vinci, called the Virgin of the Rocks

Letter II. From Colonel M‘M-h-n to G-Id Fr-n-

The Gipsey's Malison . . .

62 C-s L-ckie, Esq. : : : : ..

Ballad. From the German

Letter III. From G. R. to the E o f Y .

Bonnets :-

Letter IV. From the Rt. Hon. P-tr-ck D-g-n-n

1. To Miss Kelly . . . .

to the Rt. Hon. Sir J-hn N-ch- . .

II. On the Sight of Swans in Kensington Letter V. From the Countess Dowager of C-

Garden . .

to Lady -

.. riis

II. “ Was it some sweet device of Faery," Letter VI. From Abdallah, in London, to

IV. “Methinks how dainty sweet it were,

hassan, in Ispahan ,

reclin'd," , .

Letter VII. From Messrs. L-ck-gt-n & Co. to

V. “When last I roved these winding wood-

Esq. . . . .

walks green," . . . . Letter Vill. From Colonel Thomas, to —

VI. “Arimid grace sits trembling in her eye,”

- Esq. . . . . . .

VII. “If from my lips some angry accents fell,” 63 Irish Melodies :-

VIII. The Family Name

“Go where Glory waits thee,” , .

IX. To John Lamb, Esq., of the South-Sea “Oh! breathe not his name,"

House . . . . . . 63

“ The Harp that once through Tara's Halls"

Blank Verse:-

« Fly not yet," .

Composed at Midnight . . . . . . 6A! “Rich and rare were the gems she wore,"

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The Meeting of the Waters

Hallowed Ground

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152

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The Legacy

Caroline. Part I. .

. 153

Eveleen's Bower

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. 97

Part II. To the Evening Star ..

. . 153

"Let Erin remember the days of old,'

Field Flowers . . . . . . .

“Believe me, if all those endearing young

Dirge of Wallace . .

charms,” . . . .

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The Friars of Dijon. A Tale . . . . 155

Before the Battle

After the Battle

HENRY KIRKE WHITE.

The Origin of the Harp

Love's Young Dream

Poems written before the publication of Clifton

“Lesbia hath a beaming

Grove :-

"She is far from the land,”

Childhood. Part I. . . . . . . 158

“'Tis the last rose of Summer,'

Part 11. . . . .

. . . 159

“Oh! had we some bright little isle of our

The Fair Maid of Cli on. A New Ballad in the

own," : : : : : :

Old Style . . . . . . .

“Farewell ! but, whenever you welcome the

Winter Song .

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hour," . . . . .

. 163

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To the Wind at Midnight

“Come o'er the Sea,"

Thanatos . . . .

163

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“Has Sorrow thy young days shaded ?" . 100 Athanatos ..

. 163

“My gentle Harp!” . . . . .

. . 101

Ode to the Harvest Moon

. 164

“Remember thee!”

. 101 The Eve of Death. Irregular . . .

Echo

101 Clifton Grove, and other Poems :-

To my Lyre. An Ode . .

165

Clifton Grove. A Sketch in Verse

. 165

WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR

Gondoline. A Ballad . .

. 169

Gebir:

Ode. To the Genius of Romance . . . 172

First Book

Bonnet . . . . . .

. 172

Second Book.

. 104

To Contemplation ,

. 172

Third Book .

. . 106 Description of a Summer's Eve . . . 174

Fourth Book.

. . . . 109

Fifth Book

LORD BYRON.

Sixth Book .

. 113

Seventh Book.

114 Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. A Romaunt:

Gunlaug . .

116 To Ianthe

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Miscellaneous Poems :-

Canto I. .

Clifton . . .

121

II. . . .

To lanthe .

121

Fæsulan Idyl . .

IV. . . . .

Progress of Evening.

122 Manfred. A Dramatic Poem

• 225

Sixteen

122 The Prophecy of Dante :

To Corinth

122

Dedication . .

To Fortuno . .

122 Canto I. . . .

Dorothea

122

11. . . .

Rose Aylmer

123

. 244

On a Child . . . . . . .

123 IV. . . .

. 245

Friendship .

123 | The Age of Bronze; or, Carmen Seculare et An-

The Country Girl. .

123 nus haud Mirabilis

The Shell. .

123 The Lament or Tasso

An Arab to his Mistress

24 Hebrew Melodies:-

Jephtha's Daughter .

Vision of Belshazzar.

THOMAS CAMPBELL.

Miscellaneous Poems :-

Gertrude of Wyoming:

Ode to Napoleon Bouna parte

Part I..

The Dream . . . . . . . . 258

II. .

128 To Thyrza

259

III. . .

131

Stanzas . . .

Theodric, a Domestic Tale

To Thyrza

260

Miscellaneous Poems :

Euthanasia . .

261

O'Connor's Child; or, the Flower of Love lies To a Lady Weeping

261

Bleeding .

Inscription on the Monument of a Newfound-

. . .

Ye Mariners of England. A Naval Ode

land Dog

. 143

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10. A Naval Ode

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. 261

Hohenlinden

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To Miss Chaworth . . . . . . 261

Exile of Erin .

. 144

To Miss Chaworth

Lord Ullin's Daughter

To Augusta

. . . . 262

The Soldier's Dream

To the Rainbow . .

EBENEZER ELLIOTT.

The Last Man . .

. 145

Ode to Winter

146 Songs :-

Reullura . . .

"Let Idlers despair," . .

The Turkish Lady

Free Trade

The Wounded Hussar.

. 149 “Like a rootless rose or lil

The Brave Roland

“ Ye Wintry Flowers,”

The Spectre Boat. A Ballad

149 "The Day was dark,”.

Gilderoy . . . .

150) Artisans' Out-door Ilymn

The Ritter Band . .

150 Miscellaneous Poems:-

Song . . . . .

152 The Wonders of the Lane

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The Beech-trce's Petition

. 152! The Dying Boy to the sloe Blossom

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Page

Pago

A Poet's Epitaph

268 Book IX.

To the Bramble Flower

X. .

514

XI. . . .

517

XII. . . . . . .

JOHN WILSON.

Miscellaneous Poems:

The City of the Plague .

270

The Belvidere Apollo. A Prize Poem, recited

The Convict ,

. . . 314

in the Theatre, Oxford, in the year 1812 . 530

Miscellaneous Poems :-

The Merry Heart . . . . . . . 530

The Scholar's Funeral

328 The Love of God. Two Sonnets.

531

To a Sleeping Child

Deborah's Hymn or Triumph
Address to a Wild Deer, in the Forest of Dal-

Downfall or Jerusalem. From the Book or Je-
ness, Glen-Etive, Argyllshire

333 r emiah . . . . . . .

A Lay of Fairy-land ,

Hymns for Church Service:

The Widow . .

338 Second Sunday in Advent. .

. 533

Hymn to Spring . .

339 Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

533

Lord Ronald's Child

341 Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

The Angler's Tent . .

342

Quinquagesima .

The Fairies.A Dream-like Remembrance of a

Second Sunday in Lent

• 534

Dream . . . . . .

Sixth Sunday in Lent . . .

Lines written on reading the Memoirs of Miss

Good Friday . . . . . . . 534

Elisabe:h Smith

Sixth Sunday after Trinity .

. 534

Edith and Nora. A Pastoral Poet's Dream 353 Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity.

535

The Three Seasons of Love .

357

Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity

My Cottage

. 357 Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity

535

Loughrig 'Tarn . . . . .

Twentieth Sunday after Trinity . . . 535

Mary.

PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY.

Langdale . . . .

The Desolate Village. First Dream . . 362 Adonais. An Elegy on the Death of John Keats 537

Second Dream: Bessy Bell and Mary Gray · 363 Miscellaneous Poems :-

Third Dream: The Departure .

Lines written among the Euganean Hills, Octo-

Lines written on seeing a Picture by Berghem, . tober, 1818, . . . . . .

542

or an Ass in a Storm-shower.

The Sensitive Plant . . . . . . 545

Prayer to Sleep. .

367

Ode to the West Wind . .

. 548

Melrose Abbey .

An Ode, written October, 1819, before the Spa-

Sonnet. The Evening Cloud ..

niards had recovered their liberty . . . 549

Sonnet. Written on Skiddaw, during a Tempest 368

Ode to Liberty . . . . . . . 549

The Magic Mirror.

Ode to Naples

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The Children's Dance . . . . . 371 The Cloud.

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Edderline's Dream . .

. . . 375 To a Skylark

555

Hymn to Intellectual Beauty,

556

BRYAN WALLER PROCTOR.

Mont Blanc. Lines written in the

Chamouni . .

(BARRY CORNWALL.)

. . . .

556

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The Fugitives . . . . . .

Dramatic Scenes:

A Lament . . . . . . . . 558

The Two Dreams

The Pine Forest of the Cascine, near Pisa. 559

Ludovico Sforza

To Night . . . . . . . . . 580

Lysander and lone.

Mutability . . . . . . . 560

Juan

Love Cured by Kindness. .

JOHN KEATS.

The Way to Conquer . .

Werner

401 Lamia :

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The Return of Mark Antony

403 Part I. . . . . . . . . . 562

The Broken Heart

406 II. . . .

565

Julian the Apostate .

410 Isabella; or, the Pot of Basil. A Story from

415 Boccaccio

Amelia Wentworth.

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. . 568

The Rape of Proserpine

420 The Eve of St. Agnes . . . . . . 573

The Falcon

Hyperion :

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Tartarus.

426 Book 1..

. . . . . . . 577

II.

579

A Sicilian Story .

III. ,

Diego de Montilla. A Spanish Tale

. . . 583

Gyges

Miscellaneous Poems :-

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Marcian Colonna. In Three Parts :

To some Ladies, on receiving a curious Shell . 584

Part 1.

Imitation of Spenser

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Ode to a Nightingale ..

581

585

III. . . . . . . .

Ode on a Grecian Urn

. . 456

Ode to Psyche . .

Fancy . .

HENRY HART MILMAN.

. . .

Ode .

· 587

Robin Hood. To a Friend

587

Bamor, Lord of the Bright City. An Heroic Poem:

Book 1.

463

To Autumn.

II. .

467

Ode on Melancholy .

III.

IV.

. . .

LEIGH HUNT.

. . . . . . 476

482 Poems :

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Songs and Chorus of the Flowers .

VI.

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To a Child, during Sickness, .

591

VIII. . . . . . . . . . 502 The Glove and the Lions . . . . 592

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