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Poems,

by

S.T. Coleridge.

Felix curarum, cui non Heliconia cordi
Serta, nec imbelles Parnassi e vertice laurus !
Sed viget ingenium, et magnos

accinctus in usus Fert animus quascunque vices. -Nos tristia vitæ. Solamur cantu.

STAT.SILV. Lib. iv. 4.

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CONTENT S.

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Poems by S. T. On the Birth of a Son, 85
COLERIDGE.

On first seeing my Infant, 87
Ode to Sara,

88 vii Dedication, Preface to the First Edition,xiii Composed at Clevedon, Preface to the Second Edit. xvii.

On leaving a Place of Resi. Ode to the New Year,

dence,

100 Monody on Chatterton

On an unfortunate Woman, 105

17 Songs of the Pixies,

On observing a Blossom, 107 29

The Hour when we shall The Rose,

41 The Kiss,

meet again, 43

109

Lines to C. Lloyd, To a young Ass,

45 Domestic Peace,

48 Religious Musings, 117 The Sigh,

49 Poems by CHARLES Epitaph on an Infant,

51

LLOYD. Lines on the Man of Ross, 52

The Melancholy Man, 153 - to a beautiful Spring, 54

The Maniac,

- 161 on the Death of a Friend 57 To a young Lady, ..

Lines on the death of an 61

infant, To a Friend, with an unfina

165 ished Poem,

65

SONNETS.
SONNETS.

To Craig-Millar Castle, - 169 To W. L. Bowles, 75 | To Scotland,

170 On a discovery made too late, 76 To November,

- 171 77

To Thomas Pemberton, 172 To the River Otter, 78 Sonnet 52

174 On Brockly Comb, 79 Sonnet 6,

175 To an old Man, 81 Sonnet 7,

- 176 Sonnet, 82 | Sonnet 8,

- 177 To Schiller, 83 Sonnet 9,

- 178

On Hope,

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Lines to S. T. Coleridge, , 179

FRAGMENTS. Christmas, 182 Childhood,

227 Poems on the Death of Priso Grandame,

228 CILLA FARMER. The Sabbath Bells, Introductory Sonnet, - 193 Fancy,

233 Dedication,

195 The 'Tomb of Douglas, 234 Sonnet 1,

197 || Lines to Charles Lloyd, · 238 Sonnet 2,

198 Sonnet 3,

199

SUPPLEMENT. Sonnet 4,

Advertisement, Sonnet 52

Lines to Joseph Cottle, by Sonnet 6,

S. T. Coleridge, .

246 Sonnet 7,

203 | On an Autumnal Evening, Sonnet 8,

204
by ditto,

249 Sonnet 9,

205 | In the manner of Spencer, Sonnet 10,

207

by ditto, Written on a Friday, 207 | The Composition of a Kiss,

by ditto,

260 Poems by CHARLES

To an Infant, by ditto, 262 LAMB.

On the Christening of a
Dedication,

216
Friend's Child, by ditto,

364 Sonnet 1,

217 || To the Genius of Shake. Sonnet 2,

218

speare, by Charles Lloyd, 297 Sonnet 3,

219 Written after a Journey into Sonnet 4,

220

North Wales, by ditto, . 270 Sonnet 5,

A Vision of Repentance, Sonnet 6,

by Charles Lamb, 273 Sonnet 7,

223 Sonnet 8,

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DEDICATION.

To the Reverend GEORGE COLERIDGE,

OF

OTTERY ST. MARY,

DEVON.

Notus in fratres animi paterni.

Hor. Carm. Lib. II. e.

A blessed Lot hath he, who having past

His youth and early manhood in the stir

And turmoil of the world, retreats at length,

With cares that move, not agitate the heart,
To the same Dwelling where his Father dwelt;
And haply views his tottering little ones
Embrace those aged knees and climb that lap,
On which first kneeling his own Infancy
Lisp'd its brief prayer. Such, O my earliest Friend!

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