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REIGN OF GEORGE III. FIRST SECTION.
[1760 To 1800.]
POETS.

OLIVER GoLDsMITH,
Italians and Swiss contrasted,

France contrasted with Holland, - - •
Description of Auburn, - - • -
Edwin and Angelina, - - • -
Extracts from Retaliation, . - • -
WILLIAM MAsoN, . - - -

From Caractacus, -

Epitaph on Mrs Mason,
DR John LANGHoRNE, . - -

Appeal to Country Justices, • - - -

Advice to the Married, • -

The Dead, . • - - - • -

Farewell Hymn to the Valley of Irwan, . -

DR THoMAs PERCY, • - - - -
O Nancy, wilt thou go with Me? . - -
The Friar of Orders Gray, - • * -

JAMES MACPHERson, . - - - -
Ossian's Address to the Sun, . - - -
Fingal's Airy Hall, . - - • -
Address to the Moon, - - • • •
Desolation of Balclutha, - - • -
Description of Female Beauty, . • -
The Songs of Selma, . - -

The Cave, . - - -
Fragment from Belleville Manuscripts, • -
THoMAs CHATTERTon, - - - -
Fragment of Hymn, - -
Extracts from Satirical Poems, .
Bristow Tragedy, - - •

The Minstrel's Song in Ella, - • -
Resignation, . • • • • •
WILLIAM FALconER, • - • - -
Extracts from The Shipwreck, - - •
RoBERT LLoyd, - - - • - -
The Miseries of a Poet's Life, • - -
Wretchedness of a School Usher, - • •
CHARLEs CHURCHILL, . - - -
Extract from Prophecy of Famine, - - -
Extracts from The Rosciad, . - - -
MICHAEL BRUCE, . - • - • -
A Rural Picture, - - - • -
Elegy—Written in Spring, - - - -
JoHN LOGAN, . - - • - •
To the Cuckoo, . - - -

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Description of Edwin, . - -
Morning Landscape, . - -
Life and Immortality, . •
Retirement, . - - -
The Hermit, - - - -
CHRISTOPHER SMART, . - -
Song to David, - - -
WILLIAM JULIUS MICKLE, • -
Cumnor Hall, - • - •
The Mariner's Wife, . - -
The Spirit of the Cape, . • •
CHRISTOPhER ANSTEY, .
The Public Breakfast, .
MRs THRALE, • - - -
The Three Warnings, . - •
THOMAs Moss, . - - •
The Beggar, - - - -
SIR WILLIAM JoNES, - -
Ode in imitation of Alcaeus, - •
A Persian Song of Hafiz, -

Concluding Sentence of Berkeley's Siris imitated,

Tetrastic, from the Persian, .

NATHANIEL CoTToN, - •
The Fireside, . - - •

WILLIAM CowPER, . - • •
Character of Chatham, • -
The Greenland Missionaries,
Rural Sounds, - - -
The Diversified Character of Creation,
From Conversation, . - -
On the Receipt of his Mother's Picture,
Woltaire and the Lace-worker, -
To Mary (Mrs Unwin), . - s
Winter Evening in the Country,
Love of Nature, . - - -
English Liberty, - - -
John Gilpin, • - - -

WILLIAM HAYLEY, • • -
Tribute to a Mother, - - -

Inscription on the Tomb of Cowper,
On the Tomb of Mrs Unwin,
DR ERAsmus DARWIN, . • -
Extracts from Loves of the Plants,
Invocation to the Goddess of Botany,
Destruction of Sennacherib's Army, .
The Belgian Lovers and the Plague,
Death of Eliza at the Battle of Minden,

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Whitbread's Brewery Visited by their Majesties, - 80 | From The Poor Gentleman, . - - - 125

Lord Gregory, - • - - - 82 | The Newcastle Apothecary, - • * - 127

May Day, . - - * • - - 82 Lodgings for Single Gentlemen, • - - 128

Epigram on Sleep, . - - • • 82 MRs ELIZABETH INCHBALD, . • - • 128

Thomas Holcroft, - • - - • 129

POE TESS E.S.

CHARLoTTE SMITH, . • - - - • 82 NOV E LISTS.

Flora's Horologe, - - • - 83 || Robert PULTock, . - - • - . 130

Sonnets, . - - - • - - 83 Peter Wilkins and his Flying Bride, - • 131

Recollections of English Scenery, . • - 83 LAURENCE STERNE, . - - - - . 133

MISs BLAMIRE, .. • - • • 84 The Story of Le Fevre, • - - 135

The Nabob, ". • - - - - 84 The Starling-Captivity, - - - - 137

What Ails this Heart o' Mine? . - • - 84 A French Peasant's Supper, . - - - 138

Auld Robin Forbes, . • • • - 85 | HoRAcE WALPoLE-CLARA REEVE-OLIVER GoLDSMITH, 139

MRs BARBAULD, • • - - - 85 | HENRY BRooKE-HENRY MACKENZIE, . • . 140

Stanza on Life, - - - - - 85 Negro Servitude, - - - - - 141

Ode to Spring, . - - - - - 86 || Harley sets out on his Journey, . - - . 141

To a Lady with some Painted Flowers, . • 86 | The Death of Harley, • • - 142

Hymn to Content, • - - - 86 I FRANCEs BURNEY, . - |- • . 144

Miss SEwARD, . . - • • 87 A Game of Highway Robbery, - • 145

Miss Burney and George III., . - - . 147

SCOTTISH POETS. SARAH HARRIET BURNEY, - - - - 148

WiLLIAM BecKFORD, • - • - 148

*:ca, and "... . . . . . . . # Caliph Wathek and his Palaces, . • - 150

John Lowe, . • - • 87 The Hall of Eblis, • • - - . 151

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Mary's Dream, - • - - • 87 RICHARD CUMBERLAND-MRS FRANCES SITERIDAN-

LADY ANNE BARNARD, - - • • - 88 THoMAs HolcRoPT, . • - - . 154

Auld Robin Gray, . - - - - 88 Gaffer Gray, . • • - • - :

Miss JANE ELLIoT and MRs CockBURN, . * • 88 Robert Back—soral, and HARRIET LEE, - - 155

The Flowers of the Forest, . • • • 89 Introduction to the Canterbury Tales, - - 156

BARoNESs NAIRN, . * • • • • 89 Dr. Jons MooRE, . - - - - • 158

The Land o’ the Leal, • - • - 89 Dispute and Duel between Two Scotch Servants, . 159

The Lairão, c.'', . . . . . . . . . so M'aib, ... . . . . . . '

RoBERT FERGUsson, . - - • • 90 Service in London, * - - • - 162

Braid Claith, - - • - - 91 Estimates of Happiness, . - • • 162

To the Tron Kirk Bell, * - - • 91 The Judge and the Victim, . - - - 162

Scottish Scenery and Music, . • • - 92 | CHARLoTTE SMITH, . - • - - . 163

Cauler Water, . - • • • • 92 ANN RADCLIFFE, • - - • - 164

A Sunday in Edinburgh, • • • • 94 English Travellers Visit a Neapolitan Church, • 165

Robert BURNs, . - • - • • 94 Description of the Castle of Udolpho, • * 166

Extract from The Vision, - • • • 98 Hardwick, in Derbyshire, • • - • 167

From Burns's Epistles, • • • - 100 An Italian Landscape, • - - - 167

To a Mountain Daisy, . • • 101 Matthew Gaegory. LEwis, " ... " • . 167

On Captain Matthew Henderson, . • - 101 Scene of Conjuration by the Wandering Jew, - 168

Songs: Macpherson's Farewell; Menie; Ae Fond Kiss;
My Bonny Mary; Mary Morison; Bruce's Address, 102, 103 HISTORIAN S.

A Vision, • • - • 104 || DAVID HUME, • - • • - . 169

Man was made to Mourn, • • • . 104 || State of Parties at the Reformation, - • 171

ALExANDER WILson, . . • • - - 106 | The Middle Ages—Progress of Freedom, . 171

The Bald Eagle, - • • - 106 || Death and Character of Queen Elizabeth, . • 172

A Village Scold, . . - • - • 107 | DR WILLIAM RoBERTson, . - - • . 173

A Pedler's Story, - - - • ... 107 | Character of Mary Queen of Scots, . • • 174

HECTOR MACNEILL, - • - - - 108 || Martin Luther, . • • - - . 175

Extracts from Scotland's Skaith, • - ... 108 Discovery of America, • - • • 175

Mary of Castle-Cary, . - • - 109 || Chivalry, . • • • • • . 177

RICHARD GALL, • • • • • - 109 Francis I. and the Emperor Charles V., . - 178

My Only Jo and Dearie 0, . • - - 109 | GoLDSMITH – LYTTELTON – BIRCH - HENRY – STUART-

Farewell to Ayrshire, . • • • • 110 WARNER–LELAND-WHITTAKER-GRANGER-ORME

–MACPHERson – LoRD HAILEs—WATsoN-RUS-

D R A M ATISTS. SELL, . • - - - • 178, 179

Munrnx—Jernson—wal role—sherman—Lewis, 110, 111 |*** *... :...... - • . ... 119
Rolla's Address to the Peruvian Army, - 111 Opinion of the Ancient Philosophers on the Immortality

JoANNA BAILLIR, . - - • • 111 of the Soul, - • - - * . . 182

Scene from De Montfort, - - - - 112 The City of Bagdad, . - - - - 183

Female Picture of a Country Life, - • . 114 Conquest of Jerusalem by the Crusaders, - • 183

Fears of Imagination, - • - 114 Appearance and Character of Mohammed, - 184

Speech of Prince Edward in his Dungeon, • . 114 Conquest of Timour or Tamerlane, . - . 185

Description of Jane de Montfort, . - • 114 £n and Use of Gunpowder, . - - 186

GEORGE ColMAN-MURPHY-CUMBERLAND-GoldsMITH, 114, 115 Gibbon's mode of Life at Lausanne, . • . 187

A Deception, from She Stoops to Conquer, - • 115 Remarks on Reading, - - • • 187

Arrival at the Supposed Inn, • - - ii, Gillies–Roscoe-LAIsa-PINKERros, . • . 188

R. B. SHERIDAN, . - • - - • 117

A Sensitive Author, from The Critic, - • 118 METAPHYSICAL WRITER 8.

Anatomy of Character, from The School for Scandal, 120 | DR REID, . • - • • • • 189

MRs CowLEY-GEoRGE ColMAN, the Younger, • 122 || LoRD KAMEs, . • - - - • 190

se:£om the Heir at Law, . - • • 123 | Pleasures of the Eye and the Ear, * - . 190

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Approach of Saul and his Guards, . - •

Song of the Virgins, - - - - -

Edward Lond THURLow, . - • -

Song to May, - - • - - •

Sonnets, • - • - • • -

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THoMAs MooRE, . - - 321

Extract from Odes and Epistles, 322

Literary Advertisement, - - . 322

When He who Adores Thee, 323

I saw from the Beach, . - - - 323

Extracts from Lalla Rookh, . 323

John HookHAM FRERE, . - 325

Extracts from Whistlecraft, - - - 326

Passage from Version of one of the Romances of the Cid, 327

THoMAs CAMPBELL, - - - - - 328

Elegy written in Mull, 1795, - 331

Picture of Domestic Love, - - - 331

Death of Gertrude, . - - - 331

Ye Mariners of England, - 332

Battle of the Baltic, . - 333

Hohenlinden, - - - - 333

From The Last Man, 334

MATThew GREGoRY Lewis, - 334

Durandarte and Belerma, - 336

Alonzo the Brave, - • - 336

The Hours, . - - - 337

SIR WALTER Scorr, - - - - 337

On the Setting Sun, . - - 338

Portrait of “The Last Minstrel,’ - - 341

Description of Melrose Abbey, - 342

Love of Country, - - 342

“Day set on Norham's castled steep,” 342

Battle of Flodden, - - - - 343

Death of Marmion, . - 343

Young Lochinvar, - - - 344

Coronach, from Lady of the Lake, . - 345

Pibroch of Donuil Dhu, . - - - 345

Time, from The Antiquary, . - - 345

Hymn of the Hebrew Maid, . - - - 346

Song, from The Pirate, - - 346

LoRD BYRON, - - - - 346

Picture of Modern Greece, . - 349

Image of War, . - - - 350

Ancient Greece, - - - - - 350

Descriptive extracts from Childe Harold, . 351

Temple of Clitumnus, - • 351

The Gladiator, . - - 351

Apostrophe to the Ocean, . - 352

An Italian Evening, - • - 352

Midnight Scene in Rome, . - 352

The Shipwreck, from Don Juan, - 353

Description of Haidee, - - - 353

Haidee and Juan at the Feast, . - • - 354

The Death of Haidee, - - 354

PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY, . 355

Extract from Revolt of Islam, - 355

Extract from The Cenci, - - - 358

Flight of the Hours, from Prometheus, 359

Opening of Queen Mab, . - - - 359

The Cloud, • - - - 359

To a Skylark, • - • • • 360

From The Sensitive Plant, . • - 361

Forest Scenery, . - - - - 362

Stanzas written in Dejection, • 362

On a Faded Violet, - • • • - 363

Lines to an Indian Air, • - - 363

To -, . • - • - - . 363

JoHN KEATs, - - - 363

Saturn and Thea, - - - - 365

The Lady Madeline at her Devotions, - 365

Hymn to Pan, - • - - - 366

Ode to a Nightingale, - - 366

To Autumn, - - • * - • 367

Sonnets: On Chapman’s Homer, The Human Seasons,

and On England, - - - - - 367

Lines—(There is a charm in footing slow), 367

DR REGINALD HEBER, - - - - - 368

Extracts from Palestine, • • 368

Missionary Hymn, - - - - - 369

From Bishop Heber's Journal, - 369

Evening Walk in Bengal, - • • . 370

Charles WolfE, - - - • 370

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The Burial of Sir John Moore, . • - - 370 Jerusalem before the Siege, - - - - 404

Song-(O say not that my heart is cold), . - 371 Hymn of the Captive Jews, . - - - 405

Song-(If I had thought thou couldst have died), - 371 Summons of the Destroying Angel, - - 405

HERBERT KNowLEs, • - - - - 371 The Fair Recluse, . - - - - 405

Lines Written in Richmond Churchyard, - - 371 | The Day of Judgment, . - - - . 406

RoBERT Pollok, - - - - 372 REv. GeoRGE CRoLY, . - - - - 406

Love, - - - - - • - 373 Pericles and Aspasia, . - - - . 406

Morning, - - - - - - 373 || The French Army in Russia, - - - 407

Friendship, - • - - - , 374 LETITIA ELIZABETH LANDoN, - - - . 407

Happiness, - - - - - - 374 || Change, - - - - - 408

JAMEs MoMTGoMERY, - - - • - 375 From the Improvisatrice, - • - 408

Greenland, . - - - - - 376 || Last Verses of L. E. L., - - - - 409

Night, - - • - - - 377 JoANNA BAILLIE, . - - • - - 409

Picture of a Poetical Enthusiast, . • - 377 The Kitten, . - - - - - 409

The Pelican Island, - - - - . 378 | From Address to Miss Agnes Baillie, . - . 410

The Recluse, . - - - - • 378 |WILLIAM Knox—THoMA's PRINGLE, . - - 411

The Field of the World, . - - - . 379 | Conclusion of Songs of Israel, . - - . 411

Aspirations of Youth, - - - - 379 || Afar in the Desert, . - - - - 411

The Common Lot, . - - - - - 379 || Robeat MontgomERY, - - - - • 412

Prayer, - - - - - - 379 Description of a Maniac, - • - - 412

Home, • - - - - - - 380 The Starry Heavens, - - - - - 412

THE Hon. WILLIAM RoBERT SPENCE - - 380 || WILLIAM HERBERT, . - - • • 413

Beth Gélert, - - - - - • 380 Lines from Helga, - - - - - 413

Wife, Children, and Friends, - - - 381 Musings on Eternity, from Attila, . - - 413

To -, . - - - • - - 381 | EBENEZER ELLIOTT, • - - - - 413

Stanzas, - - - - - - 381 To the Bramble Flower, - - - - 414

HENRY LUTTRELL, . - - - - . 382 | The Excursion, . - - - - 414

London in Autumn, . - - - - 382 Pictures of Native Genius, . - - - 415

November Fog of London, - - - 382 | Apostrophe to Futurity, . - - - . 415

HENRY GALLY KNIGHT-CRowe-SAYERs—HELEN MARIA A Poet's Prayer, • - - - - 416

WILLIAMs, - - - - - 382 | Thomas HAYNEs BAYLY, . - - - . 416

Sonnet to Hope, . - - - - . 383 | Verses to his wife, . - - - - 416

LEIGH HUNT, - - - - - - 383 | Rev. John KEBLE, - - - - - 416

May Morning at Ravenna, - - - - 384 Extracts from The Christian Year, . - - 416

Funeral of the Lovers in Rimini, . - - 385 Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity, - - - 416

To T. L. H., Six Years Old, - - - . 385 | NoFL THoMAs CARRINGTON, . - - - 417

Dirge, . - - - • - 385 The Pixies of Devon, . - - - - 417

To the Grasshopper and the Cricket, . - . 385 | FITzGREENE HALLEck, - - - - 417

Abou Ben Adhem and the Angel, . - - 385 || Marco Bozzaris, . - - - - . 418

The Celebrated Canzone of Petrarch, . - . 386 ||WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT, . - - - 419

John CLARE, . - - - - - 386 |* From Thanatopsis, - - - - . 419

Sonnet to the Glowworm, • - - . 387 || The Wind-flower, . - - - - 419

Extract from ballad, The Fate of Amy, 388 || The Disinterred Warrior, - - • . 419

What is Life? - - - - 388 The Indian at the Burying-place of his Fathers, . 420

Summer Morning, . - • - - 388 || ARCHDEAcon WRANGHAM—H. F. CARY, - . 420

Sonnets: The Primrose, and The Thrush's Nest, .. 388 || Francesca of Rimini, - - - - 421

Firstěove's Recollections, . . . . - 388 || Ugolini and his Sons in the Tower of Famine, . . 421

Dawnings of Genius, • - - • - 389 || WILLIAM STEwART Rose, - - • - 422

Scenes and Musings of the Peasant Poet, . - 389 || Sonnet: Dedication to Sir Walter Scott, - . 422

JAMEs and HoRAce SMITH, • - - . 390 | Stanzas from translation of Ariosto, - - 422

The Theatre, by the Rev. G. C., - - • 392 || WILLIAM TAYLOR-THE EARL of ELLESMERE, . • 422

The Baby's Debut, by W. W., . - - . 392 || The Military Execution, . - - - 423

A Tale of Drury Lane, by W. S., . • - 393 || THoMAs MITCHELL-Viscount STRANGFoRD, . . 423

The Upas in Marybone Lane, . - • 394

Address to the Mummy in Belzoni's Exhibition, . 394

JoHN WILsoN, - • - • • . 395 SCOTTISII POETS.

A Home among the Mountains, • - - 995 || RoBERT TANNAHILL, • - - - - 423

A Sleeping Child, - - - - . 396 || The Braes o' Balquhither, . - - - 424

Address to a Wild Deer, - - • - 396 || The Braes o' Gleniffer, . - - - . 424

Lines Written in a Burial-ground in the Highlands, .. 397 | The Flower o' Dumblane, . - - - 425

The Shipwreck, - - - • • 397 || Gloomy Winter's now Awa', . • - 425

MRs HEMANs, - - • • - . 398 || JoHN MAYNE, . - - - - - 425

The Voice of Spring, . - - - - 399 Logan Braes, . - - - • . 425

The Homes of England, . • - - . 399 | Helen of Kirkconnel, • - • - 426

The Graves of a Household, . - - - 400 Shooting for the Siller Gun, . - - . 426

BERNARD BARTON, . - - • • . 400 | SIR ALEXANDER Boswell, . - - - 427

To the Evening Primrose, . • - • , 400 || Jenny Dang the Weaver, - - - . 427

Stanzas on the Sea, - - - * - 401 Jenny's Bawbee, • • - - - 427

Power and Gentleness, - - - • 401 Good-Night, and Joy be wi'yea', - - . 428

BRYAN WALTER PRoctER, . - - - - 401 The High Street of Edinburgh, • - - 428

Address to the Ocean, - • - - 401 || JAMEs Hogg, - - - - - . 428

Marcelia, . - • - - - - 402 Bonny Kilmeny, - - - - - 430

Night, . - - - - - - 402 || To the Comet of 1811, . - - - . 431

The Sleeping Figure of Modena, - - . 402 | Song—When the Kye comes Hame, - • 432

An Invocation to Birds, - - - - 403 The Skylark, - - - - - • 432

Death of Amelia Wentworth, . - - . 403 || ALLAN CUNNINGHAM, , - - - 432

HENRY HART MILMAN, . - - - - 404 | The Young Maxwell, . - - - . 433

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