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In the Garden at Swainston, 270.
In the Valley of Cauteretz, 264.
Isabel, 7.
Islet, The, 265.
'I wander in darkness and sorrow,' 758.

Epitaph on General Gordon, 515.
Epitaph on Lord Stratford de Redcliffe, 515.
Exhortation to the Greeks, 776.
Exile's Harp, The, 756.
Expedition of Nadir Shah into Hindostan, The,

763.
Experiments, 266.
Experiments in Sapphic Metre, 794.
Falcon, THE, 708.
Fall of Jerusalem, The, 770.
Farewell, A, 109.
Far— far - away, 555.
Fatima, 38.
First Quarrel, The, 452.
Fitzgerald, E., To, 488.
Fleet, The, 524.
Flight, The, 501.
Flower, The, 264,
* Flower in the crannied wall,' 274.
Forlorn, 5+2.
Fragment, A, 790.
Franklin, Sir John, 487.
* Frater Ave Atque Vale,' 514.
Frederica, Princess, on Her Marriage, To, 487.
Freedom, 516.
Friendship, 765.
Gardener's Daughter, The; or, The Pictures, 68.
Gareth and Lynette, 311.
Geraint and Enid, 341.
Godiva, 95,
"God Save the Queen,' Additional verses to,
God's Denunciation against Pharaoh-Hophra,

or Apries, 708,
Golden Year, The, 87.
Goose, The, 62.
Gordon, General, Epitaph on, 515.
Grandmother, The, 258.
Grasshopper, The, 783.
Grave of a Suicide, The, 768.
Guinevere, 433.
Hamley, General, Prologue to, 508.
Hands All Round, 51).
Happy, 543.
HAROLD: A DRAMA, 622.
Helen's Tower, 514.
Hero to Leander, 782.
Hesperides, The, 787.
Higher Pantheism, The, 273.
High-Priest to Alexander, The, 773.
Holy Grail, The, 400.
Homer, On Translations of, 267.
“How' and the . Why,' The, 781.
*How gaily sinks the gorgeous sun within his

golden bed,' 774.
Hugo, Victor. To, 487.
Human Cry, The, 484.

792.

Jebb, Professor, To, 528.
J. M. K., To, 24.
J. S., To, 59.
Jubilee of Queen Victoria, On the, 527.
JUVENILIA, 3.
Kate, 23.
King Charles's Vision, 777.
Kraken, The, 6.
Lady Clara Vere de Vere, 46.
Lady Clare, 105.
LADY OF SHALOTT, THE, AND OTHER POEMS,

27.
Lady of Shalott, The, 27.
Lady Sleeping, To a, 784.
Lamentation of the Peruvians, 771.
Lancelot and Elaine, 380.
Last Tournament, The, 122.
Leonine Elegiacs, 4.
Letters, The, 110.
Lilian, 7.
Lines (* Long as the heart beats life within her

breast '), 793.
Lines ( Here often, when a child I lay re-

clined), 791.
Literary Squabbles, 272.
Locksley Hall, 90.
LOCKSLEY HALL SIXTY YEARS AFTER, ETC.,

517.
Locksley Hall Sixty Years After, 517.
Lord of Burleigh, The, 107.
Lost Hope, 781.
Lotos-Eaters, The, 51.
Love, 776.
Love, 785.
Love and Death, 17.
Love and Duty, 85.
Love and Sorrow, 784.
Love, Pride, and Forgetfulness, 783.
Lover's TALE, THE, 281.
* Love thou thy land, with love far-brought,'

61.
Lucretius, 274.
Macready, W. C., To, 525.
Madeline, 9.
Maid of Savoy, The, 764.
Margaret, 20.
Mariana, 8.
Mariana in the South, 29,
Marriage of Geraint, The, 333.
MAUD, AND OTHER POEMs, 198.
Maud : A Monodrama, 198.
Maurice, F. D., To the Rev., 222.
May Queen, The, 47.
Memory, 755.
Memory, Ode to, 11.
Me my own fate to lasting sorrow doometh,"

790.
Merlin and the Gleam, 550.

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IDYLLS OF THE KING, 302.
If I were loved, as I desire to be,' 26.
IN MEMORIAM, A. H. II., 162.
In Memoriam - W. G. Ward, 556.
In Quantity, 267.
In the Children's Hospital: Emmie, 468.

24.

Merlin and Vivien, 366.
Mermaid, The, 19.
Merman, The, 18.
Midnight, 764.
Miller's Daughter, The, 35.
Milton, 268.
Mine be the strength of spirit, full and free,'
Minnie and Winnie, 271.
Mithridates presenting Berenice with the Cup

of Poison, 769.
Montenegro, 484.
Moon-light shining upon a Friend's Grave, On

the, 773.
Morte d'Arthur, 64.
Mourner, On a, 60.
* Move eastward, happy earth, and leave,' 110.
*My life is full of weary days,' 24.
Mystic, The, 783.
National Song, 786.
New Timon and the Poets, The, 791.
No More, 790.
North, Christopher, To, 789.
Northern Cobbler, The, 456.
Northern Farmer, New Style, 262.
Northern Farmer, Old Style, 260.
Nothing will Die, 3.

Persia, 761.
Play, The, 555.
POEMS BY Two BROTHERS, SELECTIONS FROM,

753.
Poet, The, 14.
Poets and their Bibliographies, 516.
Poet's Mind, The, 14.
Poet's Song, The, 115.
Poland, 25.
Politics, 555.
Prefatory Poem to my Brother's Sonnets, 514.
Prefatory Sonnet to • The Nineteenth Century,'

484.
PRINCESS, THE: A MEDLEY, 115.
Princess Alice, Dedicatory Poem to, 470.
Progress of Spring, The, 548.
Prologue to General Hamley, 508.
PROMISE OF MAY, THE, 731.

Queen, To the, 1.
Queen, To the, 450.
QUEEN MARY: A DRAMA, 557.

Oak, The, 556.
"O beauty, passing beauty! sweetest Sweet!'

787.
O Darling Room, 789.
Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington,

223.
Ode sung at the Opening of the International

Exhibition, 257.
Ode to Memory, 11.
Enone, 38.
*Of old sat Freedom on the heights,' 60.
"Oh! ye wild winds, that roar and rave,' 774.
Οι ρέοντες, 787.
Oldcastle, Sir John, Lord Cobham, 472.
Old Chieftain, The, 770.
Old Sword, The, 759.
On a Dead Enemy, 772.
On a Mourner, 60.
On Cambridge University, 789.
One who ran down the English, To, 5.56.
On One who affected an Effeminate Manner, 556.
On Sublimity, 765.
On the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, 527.
On the Moon-light shining upon a Friend's

Grave, 773.
On Translations of Homer, 267.
Opening of the Indian and Colonial Exhibition

by the Queen, 525.
Owl, The --Song, 9.
Owl, The - Second Song, 10.
Owd Roä, 5:30.
O you chorus of indolent reviewers,' 268.
Palace of Art, The, 43.
Parnassus, 551.
Passing of Arthur, The, 443.
Passions, The, 773.
Pelleas and Ettarre, 413.

Recollections of the Arabian Nights, 10.
Remorse, 756.
Requiescat, 264.
Revenge, The; a Ballad of the Fleet, 458.
Ring, The, 534.
Ringlet, The, 793.
Rizpah, 454.
Romney's Remorse, 551.
Rosalind, 21.
Rosalind, 789.
Roses on the Terrace, The, 555.
Sailor Boy, The, 265.
Saint Agnes' Eve, 100.
Saint Simeon Stylites, 79.
Scotch Song, 761.
Sea-Fairies, The, 15.
Sea Fairies, The, 786.
Sea Dreams, 2.32.
SELECTIONS FROM 'POEMS BY Two BRO

THERS,' 75.
‘Shall the bag Evil die with child of Good,' 785.
Show-Day at Battle Abbey, 1876, 622.
Sir Galahad, 101.
Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere, 109.
Sisters, The, 42.
Sisters, The, 461.
Skipping-Rope, The, 791.
Snowdrop, The, 556.
Songs :

A spirit haunts the year's last hours,' 13,

Beat upon mine, little heart,' 533.
Choric, 51.
• Every day hath its night,' 782.
* Far – far — away,' 555.
'I come from hannts of coot and hern, 218.
included in the dramas :
Artemis, Artemis, hear us, O Mother,'

726.
'Babble in bower,' 687.
• Dead mountain flowers,' 712.
'Gee oop! whoä! Gee oop! whoä !' 742.
'Hapless doom of women happy in betroth-

ing !' 615.

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• His friends would praise him, I believe

'em,' 571.
"Is it the wind of the dawn that I hear in

the pine overhead ? ' $79.
'Love is come with a song and a smile,' 628.
Moon on the field and the foam,' 720.

O happy lark, that warblest high,' 748.
O man, forgive thy mortal foe,' 746.
'Over ! the sweet summer closes,' 662.

Rainbow, stay,' 688.
Shame upon you, Robin,' 595.
• The town lay still in the low sunlight,'

732.
• Two young lovers in winter weather,' 642.
• What did ye do, and what did ye saäy,'

741.
included in the Idylls of the King :
*A rose, but one, none other roze had I,'

419.
* Ay, ay, O, ay the winds that bend the

brier!' 433,
‘Blow trumpet, for the world is white with

May,' 310.
*Free love free field - we love but while

we may,' 426.
‘In love, if love be love, if love be ours,'

372.
‘Late, late, so late ! and dark the night and

chill ! 436.
‘My name, once mine, now thine, is closelier

mine,' 373.
'O morning Star that smilest in the blue,'

326.
'Rain, rain, and sun ! a rainbow in the

sky,' 309.
'Sweet is true love tho' given in vain, in

vain,' 395.
The fire of heaven has kill'd the barren

cold,' 361.
'Turn, Fortune, turn thy wheel, and lower

the proud,' 3:37.
included in The Princess :

Ask me no more : the moon may draw the

sea,' 155.
'As thro’ the land at eve we went,' 122.

Home they brought her warrior dead,' 149.
"Now sleeps the crimson petal, now the

white,' 158.
“O Swallow, Swallow, flying, flying south,'

135.
Our enemies have fallen, have fallen : the

seed,' 150.
'Sweet and low,' 128.
* Tears, idle tears, I know not what they

mean,' 134.
The splendor falls on castle walls,' 134.
'Thy voice is heard thro' rolling drums,'

142.
'I' the glooming light,’ 781.
• It is the miller's daughter,' 37.
'It is the solemn even-time,' 765.
"Love that hath us in the net,' 37.
Mellow moon of heaven,' 531.
National, 786.
*O diviner Air,' 461.

O diviner Light,' 461.
'O mother Ida, many-fountain'd Ida,' 39.

Scotch, 764.
• The lintwhite and the throstlecock,' 782.
* The winds, as at their hour of birth,' 7.
"To sit beside a chrystal spring,' 776.
*We sleep and wake and sleep, but all things

move,' 87.
What does little birdie say,' 256.

“Who can say,' 789.
Sonnets :

Alexander, 25.
Buonaparte, 25.
* Caress’d or chidden by the slender hand,'

25.
* Check every outflash, every ruder sally,'

790.
•Could I outwear my present state of woe,'

781.
'If I were loved, as I desire to be,' 26.
“Me my own fate to lasting sorrow doometh,'

790.
Mine be the strength of spirit, full and

free,' 24.
Montenegro, 484.
O beauty, passing beauty! sweetest Sweet!'

787.
Poland, 25.
Shall the hag Evil die with child of Good,'

785.
The Bridesmaid, 26.
• The form, the form alone is eloquent!' 26.
“The pallid thunder-stricken sigh for gain,'

785.
*There are three things which fill my heart

with sighs,' 791.
"Though Night hath climbed her peak of

highest noon,' 785.
To

24.
To J. M. K., 24.
To The Nineteenth Century,' Prefatory, 484.
To the Rev. W. H. Brookfield, 484.
To Victor Hugo, 485.
To W. C. Macready, 525.
"Wan Sculptor, weepest thou to take the

cast,' 26.
Written on hearing of the Outbreak of the

Polish Insurrection, 789.
Specimen of a Translation of the Iliad in Blank

Verse, 268
Spinster's Sweet-Arts, The, 506.
Spiteful Letter, The, 271.
Stanza (* Not he that breaks the dams, but

he'), 793.
Stanzas (* Come not, when I am dead'), 110.
Stanzas (* What time I wasted youthful hours'),

791.
Stratford de Redcliffe, Lord, Epitaph on, 515.
Sublimity, On, 765.
Supposed Confessions of a Second-rate Sensi-

tive Mind, 4.
Switzerland, 774.
Talking Oak, The, 82.
Tears of Heaven, The, 784.
Tennyson, Alfred, my Grandson, To, 451.
• The form, the form alone is eloquent!' 26.
“The pallid thunder-stricken sigb for gain,'

785.

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“There are three things which fill my heart

with sighs,' 791.
*The sun goes down in the dark blue main,'

772.
Third of February, 1852, The, 269.
Though Night hath climbed her peak of high-

est noon,' 785.
'Thou camest to thy bower, my love, across

the musky grove,' 772.
Three Sonnets to a Coquette, 25.
Throstle, The, 556.
Timbuctoo, 778,
Time: an Ode, 767.
TIRESIAS, AND OTHER POEMS, 488.
Tiresias, 489.
Tithonus, 89.
To (* Clear-headed friend,') 9.
To

As when with downcast eyes we
muse and brood,') 24.
To -. (" I send you here a sort of allegory,')

12.
To (Sainted Juliet ! dearest name !')

781.
To after reading a Life and Letters,

111.
To a Lady Sleeping, 784.
To Alfred Tennyson, my Grandson, 451,
To Christopher North, 789.
To Dante, 488.
To E. Fitzgerald, 488.
To E. L. on his Travels in Greece, 114.
To H. R. H. Princess Beatrice, 517.
To J. M. K., 24.
To J.S., 59.
To Mary Boyle, 547.
To-morrow, 501.
To One who ran down the English, 556.
To Princess Frederica on Her Marriage, 487.
To Professor Jebb, 528.
To the Duke of Argyll, 515.
To the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava, 526.
To the Queen, 1.
To the Queen, 450.
To the Rev. F. D. Maurice, 222.
To the Rev. W. H. Brookfield, 484.

To Ulysses, 546.
To Victor Hugo, 485.
To Virgil, 511.
To W. C. Macready, 525.
Translations of Homer, On, 267.
Two Greetings, The, 483.
Two Voices, The, 30.
Ulysses, 88.
Ulysses, To, 546.
Vale of Bones, The, 760.
Vastness, 533.
Victim, The, 272.
Victoria, Queen, On the Jubilee of, 527.
Village Wife, The; or, the Entail, 465.
Virgil, To, 511.
Vision of Sin, The, 111.
Voice and the Peak, The, 274.
Voyage, The, 108.
Voyage of Maeldune, The, 479.
Wages, 273.
Walk at Midnight, The, 769.
Walking to the Mail, 75.
• Wan Sculptor, weepest thou to take the cast,"

26.
Ward, William George, In Memoriam, 556.
War, The, 792.
Welcome to Alexandra, A, 257.
Welcome to Her Royal Highness, Marie Alex-

androvna, Duchess of Edinburgh, A, 270.
Wellington, Duke of, Ode on the Death of the,

223.
* We meet no more,' 759.
Why should we weep for those who die? '756.
Will, 223,
Will Waterproof's Lyrical Monologue, 102.
WINDOW, THE; OR, THE SONG OF THE WRENS,

278.
Wreck, The, 492.
Written by an Exile of Bassorah, while sailing

down the Euphrates, 759.
"You ask me, why, tho' ill at ease,' 60.

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