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Individual Item Contents: WPRP 36

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Author

Heywood, Eliza.

Title

Ermangarde, a tale of the twelfth century: royalist lyircs; and other poems.

Imprint

Cheltenham : printed for G.A. Williams, and Messrs., Longman and Co. London ; and sold by all other booksellers. 1837.

Physical description

12mo in 6s (176mm),[9],6-140p. Half title, Contemporary pink calf, green label.

Call number

WPRP 36.

Citation:

PU in NUC.

Notes

Includes Dedication.

Epigraph

none

Contents

No Contents page. Includes:

ERMANGARDE, A TALE OF THE TWELFTH CENTURY.

Canto First

5

Canto Second

19

Canto Third

36

Canto Fourth

53

Canto Fifth

67

MISCELLANEOUS VERSES.

Song

79

Lines--Suggested by Reading that the Sultan had given permission to the exiled Sciotes to Return to their Native Land

81

Serenade

83

Song

84

Stanzas, To

85

Spring and Autumn

87

Song of the Brigand

88

Sonnet. Imitated from the 32nd Sonnet of Petrarch

89

Stanzas

90

Song of the Carlist Guerrillas

91

"The Spring-Time, The Spring-Time!"

93

Stanzas, from the Spanish of Fernandez Lobo

96

Lines,--Suggested by a Picture Representing Rizzo Playing on a Guitar at the Feet of Mary, Queen of Scotland

97

Sonnet, to Ann Jane Thorton

99

Song of the Vendeans

100

Lines Written at Sidmouth

101

Stanzas

102

Sonnet, Suggested by Reading a Description of the Day of France, a Watering Place for Ships, About Twenty Miles from Sierra Leone103

Stanzas, Supposed to be Addressed, by her Sisters, to a Young Lady About to Leave England for India, after her Marriage

101

Lines, Suggested by the Picture of a Sleeping Maiden

105

Stanzas

107

Lines

108

Stanzas

110

A Different Application of a Favourite Simile

111

Stanzas, on the Death of Felicia Hemans

113

On the Death of General Zumala-CarrËgul

114

Sonnet

116

Stanzas, on a Copper-Tree in a Shrubbery

117

Evening Musings

118

Song

121

Stanzas

122

The Carlist Guerrilla’s Adieu

123

Sonnet, Addressed to Lord Ranelagh

124

Romance

125

Sonnet, On Reading a History of the Troubadours

128

Stanzas, Addressed to a Princess, Imitated from the Provencal

128

The Emigrants

130

Sonnet, Addressed to H.R.H. the Princess Victoria shortly after her Confirmation

134

The Contrabandista

135

Leonore’s Song

136

Stanzas, on the Death of Madame Malibran de Beriot.

138

Sonnet

140