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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 51

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Author

Lutton, Anne (1791-1881).

Title

Poems on moral and religious subjects.

Imprint

Dublin : J.O. Bonsall & Co., 1829.

Physical description

208p. 8. Contemporary half morocco, marbled boards.

Call number

WPRP 51

Citation

NN only in NUC; Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 207.

Notes

Includes Preface.

Epigraph

O MUSA -- tu che di caduchi allori
Non circondi la fronte in Elicona,
Ma su nel cielo, infra i beati cori
`Ai di stelle immortali aurea corona;
Tu spira al petto mio celesti ardori,
Tu rischiara il mio canto -----
 
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Contents

 

Hope

9

The Rose and the Geranium

12

Ella

17

The Bee and the Butterfly

23

The World v. Tongue

32

Cleanthes’ Hymn to Jupiter

44

Imitation of Horace--Book I. Ode XXII. 48

Horace--Book I. Ode XXXI. 50

----------Book II. Ode III. 52

----------Book I. Epistle XVI. 54

From the Italian of Trissino

61

From the German of Caroline Rudolphi

63

Man. From the German of Abraham Gotthelf Kastner

65

The Youth and Fortune. From the Spanish

68

Verses occasioned by reading the Iliad, Book V. particularly line 343

69

On the Death of Captain D-------, of the Royal Artillery, who was killed at St. Sebastian

74

Verses, written on Removing into the Country

78

Life’s a Warfare--Part I. 80

---------------------Part II. 83

---------------------Part III. 87

To a Friend

91

To an Old Man

93

Prayer. Air-- "Sweet Home"

97

Duty’s Call. Air-- "Bruce’s Address"

99

Solitude

101

The Irish Peasant

104

Little Anna

108

Evening Reflections

111

The Beggar Boy

115

Religion

118

The Village Pastor

121

A Morning Hymn

128

An Evening Hymn

130

The Pilot

132

Love

137

The Sweetest Thought

146

A Hymn

148

A Spring Morning

151

Verses addressed to a Beloved Sister

154

The Hand of Love. In Memory of a very dear Friend

160

What do I Love? 164

The Requisition

166

To the Moon

173

To Mary

175

Verses on the Death of Mrs.------

178

In Memory of J.C.G. Esq., who died in France, aged eighteen years

184

Verses accompanying a Biographical Work to a Friend, who had asked the Author’s opinion of its Contents

189

To a Withered Leaf

191

The Ark 194

Winter

200

To a Watch

202

The Voice of the Penitent

204

We Shall Meet Again

206