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CONTENTS.

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BARBAULD.
Corsica. Written in the year 1769.
The Mouse's Petition
Characters
An Inventory of the Furniture in Dr. Priestley's Study
On a Lady's Writing
On the Deserted Village
Hymn to Content
The Origin of Song-writing
Ode to Spring
An Address to the Deity
A Summer Evening's Meditation
To-morrow
A School Eclogue
What do the Futures speak of? In Answer to a

Question in the Greek Grammar .
The Rights of Woman
Washing-day

To Mr. 3. T. Coleridge.' 1797..

The Unknown God

Ode to Remorse

On the Death of the Princess Charlotte

The Wake of the King of Spain

Hymns :-

I.

II.
III. For Easter Sunday
IV.

V.
VI. Pious Friendship
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X. A Pastoral Hymn

SIR WILLIAM JONES.
Caissa; or, the Game of Cheng
Solima. An Arabian Eclogue
An Ode in imitation of Alcæus
An Ode in imitation of Callistratus
The First Nemean Ode of Pindar
A Chinese Ode, paraphrased
A Turkish Ode or Mesihi
Hymn to Camdeo
Two Hymns to Pracriti.

To Durga

To Bhavani

Hymn to Indra.

212

74 A Prayer in the Prospect of Death

213

76 Slanzas on the same Occasion

213

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Verses left at a Friend's House

213 IX. The Nun

267

The First Psalm

213

X. The Firefly

267

A Prayer under the Pressure of violent Anguish 214 XI. Foreign Travel

26S

The first six Verses of the ninetieth Psalm

214 XII. The Fountain

To a Mountain Daisy, on turning one down with the

XIII. Banditti

269

Plough in April, 1786.

214 XIV. An Adventure

270

To Ruin

214

XV. Naples

271

To Miss L-, with Beattie's Poems as a New-year's XVI. The Bag or Gold

23

Gift, January 1, 1787.

215 XVII. A Character

Epistle to a Young Friend. May, 1786.

215 XVIII. Sorrento

275

On a Scotch Bard gone to the West Indies

216 XIX. Pæstum

27€

To a Haggis

216

XX. Monte Cassino

277

A Dedication io Gavin Hamilton, Esq.

217 XXI. The Harper

To a Louse. On seeing one on a Lady's Bonnet ai XXIL The Feluca

277

Church

218

XXII. Genoa.

Address to Edinburgh

218 Ode to Superstition

279

Epistle to J. Lapraik, an old Scottish Bard. April Verses written to be spoken by Mrs. Siddons 281

1st, 1785.

219 On

asleep

282

To the same. April 21st, 1785.

220 To

282

To W. S*****N, Ochiltree.

221 From Euripides

282

Epistle to J. R******, enclosing some Poems

223 Captivity:

282

Tam O'Shanter. A Tale

223 The Sailor

282

Songs :-

To an old Oak

282

The Lea-rig

223 To two Sisters

283

To Mary.

225 On a Tear

283

My Wife's a winsome wee thing

226 To a Voice that had been lost

283

Bonnie Leslie

226 From a Greek Epigram

283

Highland Mary

226 To the Fragment of a Statue of Hercules, commonly

Auld Bob Morris

226 called the Torso

281

Duncan Gray

226 | To

284

Song

227 Written in a Sick Chamber

284

Galla Water

227 The Boy of Egremond

281

Lord Gregory

227 To a Friend on his Marriage

Mary Morison

227 The Alps at Daybreak

Wandering Willie

228 Imitation of an Italian Sonnet

228 A Character

When wild War's deadly Blast was blawn 228 To the Youngest Daughter of Lady **

Song

2:28 An Epitaph on a Robin-redbreast

Bonnie jean

229 To the Gnat

Auld Lang Syne

229 A Wish

Bannockburn. Robert Bruce's Address to his Army 229 Written at Midnight, 1786.

For a' that, and a' that

230 An Italian Song

Scottish Ballad

Song

230 Written in the Highlands of Scotland, September 2

The Birks of Aberfeldy

231 1812.

I love my Jean

231 A Farewell

John Anderson my

231 Inscription for a Temple. Dedicated io the Graces

The Posie

The Banks o' Doon

21 Written in Westminster Abbey, October io, 1806.

Song

232

Sic à Wire as Willie had

232

Wilt thou be my Dearie ?

232

GRAHAME.

For the sake of somebody

232

A red, red Rose

232 The Sabbath

289

Song

233 Sabbath Walks

The bonnie Lad that's far awa

233 A Spring Sabbath Walk .

297

Whistle o'er the lave o't .

233 A Summer Sabbath Walk

An Autumn Sabbath Walk

A Winter Sabbath Walk

298

ROGERS.

Biblical Pictures:

The First Sabbath

299

The Pleasures of Memory.

The Finding of Moses

299

Part I..

234 Jacob and Pharaoh

299

II.

230 Jephthah's Vow

300

Italy.- Part I.

Saul and David

1. The Lake of Geneva

211 Elijah fed by Ravens

300

II. The Great St. Bernard

242 The Birth of Jesus announced

300

III. The Descent

243 Behold my Mother and my Brethren

300

IV. Jorasse

244 Bartimeus restored to Sight

801

V. Marguerite de Tours .

244 Little Children brought io Jesus

801

VI. The Alps

245 Jesus calms the Tempest .

201

VII. Como

245 Jesus walks on the Sea, and calms the Storm 301

VIII. Bergamo

246 The Dumb cured

301

IX. Italy

247 The Death of Jesus

301

X. Coll'alto

247 The Resurrection

301

XI. Venice.

248 Jesus appears to the Disciples

302

XII. Luigi

219 Paul accused before the Tribunal of the Areopagus 302

XIII. St. Mark's Place

250 Paul accused before the Roman Governor of Judea 302

XIV. The Gondola

251 Paraphrase.--Psalm ciii. 3, 4.

202

XV. The Brides of Venice

252 on Visiting Melrose, after an Absence of sixteen

XVI. Foscari

253

Years

302

XVII. Arqua

255 The Wild Duck and her Brood

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XVIII. Ginevra

255 To a Redtreast that flew in at my Window

203

XIX. Bologna

256 Epitaph on a Blackbird killed by a Hawk

303

XX. Florence

257 The Poor Man's Funeral

303

XXI, Don Garzia

258 The Thanksgiving off Cape Trafalgar

303

XXII. The Campagna of Florence

258 To my Son

304

Laly.- Part II
1. The Pilgrim

261

II. An Interview

262

JOANNA BAILLIE,

III. Rome

262 Basil.

IV. A Funeral

264 Act I.

305

V. National Prejudices

265

II.

319

VI. The Campagna of Rome

265 III.

314

VII. The Roman Pontiffs

266 IV.

320

VIII. Caius Cestius

267

V.

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De Monfort

Sonnet. Written at Malvern, July 11, 1793 519

Act 1.

332 Sonnet. On reviewing the foregoing, Septem-

II.

337 ber 21, 1797

519

III.

311

IV.

345

V.

349

COLERIDGE.

The Martyr.

Act I.

356 Sibylline Leaves.

II.

360 1. Poems occasioned by Political Events, or Feel-

III.

365 ings connected with them:

Christopher Columbus

370 Ode to the departing Year.

521

Lady Griseld Baillie

379 France. An Ode

Lord John of the Eas:

387 Fears in Solitude. Written in April, 1798, dur.

Malcom's Heir

388 ing the Alarm of an Invasion

524

The Elden Tree

390 Fire, Famine, and Slaughter. A War Eclogue 526

The Ghost of Fadon

392 Recantation, illustrated in the Story of the Mad

A November Night's Traveller

394

526

Sir Maurice. A Ballad

396 II. Love Poems :-

Address to a Steam-vessel

398 Introduction to the Tale of the Dark Ladie 528

To Mrs. Siddons

399 Lewti, or the Circassian Love-chant.

529

A Volunteer Song

400 The Picture, or the Lover's Resolution

530

To a Child

400 The Night-scene. A Dramatic Fragment 531

To an unfortunate Woman, whom the Author

had known in the Days of her Innocence

BLOOMFIELD.

To an unfortunate Woman at the Theatre 532

Lines composed in a Concert-room

533

1 le Farmer's Boy.

The Keepsake

Spring

402 To a Lady. With Falconer's “Shipwreck”

533

Summer

405 Home-sick. Written in Germany

531

Autumn

408 Answer to a Child's Question

534

Winter

411 To a Young Lady. On her Recovery from a

Fever

534

The Visionary Hope

534

WORDSWORTH.

Something childish, bui very natural. Wriiien

in Germany

The Excursion, being a Portion of the hecluse.

Recollections of Love

535

Book (The Wanderer

417 The Happy Husband. A Fragment

535

II. The Solitary

425 On revisiting the Sea-shore, aiter long Absence,

III. Despondency

432 under strong medical recommendations not to

IV. Despondency corrected .

440

bathe

V. The Pastor

451 The Composition of a Kiss

536

VI. The Churchyard among the Mouniains 459 III. Meditative Poems. In blank verse:

VII. The Churchyard among the Mountains,

Hymn before Sunrise, in the Vale of Chamouny 536

continued

468 Línes written in the Album at Elbingerode, in

VIII. The Parsonage

476 the Hartz Forest

537

IX. Discourse of ihe Wanderer, and an Even- On observing a Blossom on the first of February,

ing Visit to the Lake

481

1796

537

The Armenian Lady's Love

The Eolian Harp. Composed at Clevedon, So-

The Somnambulist

489 mersetshire

537

Reflections on having left à Place of Retiremeni 538

To the Rev. George Coleridge of Ottery St. Mary,

BOWLES.

Devon, with some Poems

539

A tombless Epitaph

539

The Missionary.

Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath

540

Canto I.

This Lime-tree Bower my Prison

540

II.

To a Gentleman. Composed on the Night after

III.

his Recitation of a Poem on the Growth of an

IV.

501

individual Mind .

541

To a Friend, who had declared his Intention of

VI.

505 writing no more Poetry

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VII.

506 The Nightingale: a Conversation Poem. Writ.

VIII.

509 len in April, 1798.

542

Song of the Cid

512

Frost at Midnight

513

Bonnets. Written chiedy during various Journeys. To a Friend, together with an unfinished Poem 544

Part I.

The Hour when we shall meet again. Composed

Sonnet. Written at Tynemouth, Northumber-

during Illness and in Absence

514

land, after a tempestuous Voyage

514 Lines to Joseph Coule .

544

Sonnet. At Bamborough Castle

514 IV. Odes and Miscellaneous Poems :-

Sonnet. To the River Wensbeck

514 The Three Graves. A Fragment of a Sexton's

Sonnet. To the River Tweed

515

Tale

545

Sunnet

515 Dejection. An Ode

548

Sonnet. On leaving a Village in Scotland 515 Ode to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, on

Sonnet. To the River Ilchin, near Winton 515

the twenty-fourth Stanza in her“ Passage over

Sonnet

515

Mount Gothard”

550

Sonnet. Al Dover Cliffs, July 20, 1787

516 Ode to Tranquillity

551

Sonnet

. At Ostend, landing, July 21, 1787 . 516 To a Young Friend, on his proposing to domesti-

Sonnet. At Ostend, July 22, 1787

516 cate with the Author. Composed in 1796 551

Sonnet. On the River Rhine

516 Lines to W.L. Esq., while he sang a Song to

Sonnet. Al a Convent

516

Purcell's Music

552

Sonnet

516 Addressed to a Young Man of Fortune, who

Sonnet

517 abandoned himself io an indolent and cause-

Sonnet. On a distant View of England

517

less Melancholy,

552

Sonnet. To the River Cherwell, Oxford 517 Sonnet to the River Outer

552

Part II.

Sonnet. Composed on a Journey homeward;

Sonnet

517 the Author having received Intelligence of the

Sonnet. October, 1792

517 Birth of a Son,

September 20, 1796

552

Sonnet. November, 1792

517 Sonnet. To a Friend, who asked how I feli

Sonnet. April, 1793

518 when the Nurse first presented my Infant

Sonnet. May, 1793

518

to me

552

Sonnet. Netley Abbey

518 The Virgin's Cradle Hymn. Copied from the

Sonnet

518 Print of the Virgin in a Catholic Village in

Sonnet. May, 1793

518 Germany

532

518 On the Christening of a Friend's Child

553

Sonnet

. On revisiting Oxford

518 Epitaph on an Infant

553

Sonnet. On the Death of the Rev. William Ben-

Melancholy. A Fragu.ent

well

519

A Christmas Carol .

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