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LONDON:
WARD, LOCK, & CO., WARWICK HOUSE,

DORSET BUILDINGS, SALISBURY SQUARE, E.C.

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PREFATORY Note by W. M. ROSSETTI ix DRAMAS
SATIRES-

Manfred

Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice

English Bards and Scotch Reviewers

Heaven and Earth: A Mystery

The Curse of Minerva

Sardanapalus

Child HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGL, A Ro-

The Two Foscari

The Deformed Transformed

maunt-

Cain: A Mystery

Canto the First .

17 Werner; or, The Inheritance

Canto the Second

26

Canto the Third

36 DON JUAN-

Canto the Fourth

47 Canto the First .

The Waltz: An Apostrophic Hymn .

Canto the Second

65

Canto the Third

TALES-

Canto the Fourth

Canto the Fifth .

The Giaour

69

Canto the Sixth .

The Bride of Abydos: A Turkish Taie-

Canto the Seventh

Canto the First

80

Canto the Second : :

Canto the Eighth

84 Canto the Ninth

The Corsair-

Canto the Tenth

Canto the First

92 Canto the Eleventh

Canto the Second

97 Canto the Twelfth

Canto the Third

Canto the Thirteenth

Lara-

Canto the Fourteenth

Canto the First

109 Canto the Fifteenth

Canto the Second :

Canto the Sixteenth :

The Siege of Corinth

Parisina

129

Hours of IDLENESS-

The Prisoner of Chillon

134 On the Death of a Young Lady,

Beppo

138 Cousin to the Author

Mazeppa

146 To E-

The Island

To D-

Canto the First

153 Epitaph on a Friend

Canto the Second

155 A Fragment

Canto the Third

On Leaving Newstead Abbey

Canto the Fourth

161 Lines written in “Letters of an

Italian Nun and

THE PROPHECY OF DANTE-

an English

Gentleman," with Answer

Canto the First

167

Adrian's Address to his Soul when

Canto the Second

168 Dying

Canto the Third

Translation from Catullus :

Canto the Fourth

171 Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil

and Tibullus

THE BLUES: A Literary Eclogue

173 Imitation of Tibullus

The Vision OF JUDGMENT

177

Translation from Catullus .

Imitated from Catullus

THE AGE OF BRONZE .

187

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HOURS OF IDLENESS-Continued-

From Anacreon.

From Anacreon

From the Prometheus Vinctus of Æs-

chylus.

To Emma

To M. S. G.

To Caroline

To Caroline

To Caroline

Stanzas to a Lady, with the Poems of

Camoëns

The First Kiss of Love

On a Change of Masters at a Great

Public School

To the Duke of Dorset

Fragment, written shortly after the

Marriage of Miss Chaworth

Granta: A Medley

On a Distant View of the Village and

School of Harrow-on-the-Hill

To M-

To Woman

To M. S. G.

To Mary, on receiving her Picture

To Lesbia.

Lines

addressed to a Young Lady,

who had been alarmed at the

sound of a Bullet fired by the

Author

Love's Last Adieu

Damætas

To Marion.

To a Lady, who presented to the

Author a Lock' of Hair braided

with his own

Oscar of Alva: A Tale

The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus

Translation from the Medea of Euri-

pides

Thoughts suggested by a College Ex:

amination

To a Beautiful Quaker

The Cornelian

An Occasional Prologue, delivered

previous to the Performance of

The Wheel of Fortune at a Pri-

vate Theatre

On the Death of Mr Fox :

The Tear

Reply to some Verses of J. M. B.

Pigot, Esq. .

To the Sighing Strephon

To Eliza

Lachin y Gair :

To Romance

Answer to some Elegant Verses, sent

by a Friend to the Author .

Elegy on Newstead Abbey

Childish Recollections

Answer to a Beautiful Poem, entitled

The Common Lot

Lines addressed to the Rev. J. 1:

Becher

The Death of Calmar and Orla:

To Edward Noel Long, Esq.

To a Lady .

I would I were à Careless Child

When I roved a Young Highlander

To George, Earl Delawarr

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HOURS OF IDLENESS-Continued-

529

To the Earl of Clare .

529

Lines written beneath an Élm in the

Churchyard of Harrow

530

530 POEMS ON NAPOLEON,

530 Ode to Napoleon

531

Ode from the French,

531

To Napoleon

530

On the Star of the "Legion of Honour”

Napoleon's Farewell .

531

532

HEBREW MELODIES-

532

She walks in Beauty .

563

532 The Harp the Monarch Minstrel swept so3

If that High World

563

533

The Wild Gazelle

564

533 Oh! weep for those

564

On Jordan's Banks

564

534 Jephtha's Daughter

564

534 Oh! snatch'd away in Beauty's Bloom

564

535 My Soul is dark

564

535

I saw thee weep

564

535 Thy Days are done

565

535

Saul

565

Song of Saul before his lasi Battle 565

"All is vanity, saith the Preacher"

When Coldness wraps this suffering Clay 565

Vision of Belshazzar .

Sun of the Sleepless .

Were my Bosom as false as thou

deem'st it to be

Herod's Lament for Mariamne.

On the Day of the Destruction of Jeru-

537 salem by Titus

537 By the Rivers of Babylon we sat down

540

567

The Destruction of Sennacherib :

567

543 A Spirit pass'd before me

567

544 DOMESTIC PIECES--

544 Fare thee well

545 A Sketch

Stanzas to Augusta : “When all

around grew drear and dark

Stanzas to Augusta : "Though the

545

day of my destiny's over"

570

545

Epistle to Augusta

570

545 The Dream

571

Lines on hearing that Lady Byron

was ill.

573

546

547 The LAMENT OF Tasso

573

547

547 POEMS TO THYRZA-

To Thyrza .

575

Away, away, ye Notes of Woei

One struggle more, and I am free

Euthanasia

And thou art dead, as young and fair

553

577

If sometimes in the Haunts of Men . 577

553

OCCASIONAL Pieces-

554

555 On revisiting Harrow

579

Epitaph on John Adams of Southwell

579

Farewell ! if ever fondest Prayer

579

557 Bright be the Place of thy Soul

579

557 When we Two parted

579

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