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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 76

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Author

Temple, Laura Sophia (1763-after 1838).

Title

Lyric and other poems.

Imprint

London : printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme; and W. Sheppard, Bristol. 1808.

Physical description

8vo (155mm), [16],145,[1]p. Errata. Rebound in half calf, marbled boards.

Call number

WPRP 76

Citation

Jackson, Annals of English Verse, p. 320; Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 347; InU in NUC.

Notes

Contains 'Lines on hearing of the loss of the Abergavenny', about the wreck in which Wordsworth's brother, John, the captain of the ship, was drowned.

Online copies

Hathi Trust

Contents

Ode to the Morning Breeze

1

The Ruined Orphan

4

An Address to Sleep, Supposed to be found in the Cell of a Prisoner

10

The Scattering of the Rose

13

A War Ode for the Close of the Year 1806

16

The Oath

21

The Thefts of Time

23

The Penitent Wife

27

Lines on hearing of the loss of the Abergavenny

29

My Guardian Angel

33

Lines written on revisiting a beautiful Scene near the Sea-shore

36

The Lock of Hair

40

The Sorrows of Age

42

The Poet's Farewell to Fancy

46

The Poet's Recantation, or Fancy Recalled

51

Lines written near the Rocks of St. Vincent

53

Conscience, an Ode

56

The Famished Mother

60

The Rejected Rose

63

Arabian Ode

66

The Miseries and Consolations of Man

70

The Treasury of Thought

75

Love and Prudence

79

The Prayer of my Childhood

83

The Oak of the Forest

87

The Dream of Horror

90

Wandering Jesse

94

Fading Day

99

The Mansion of Rest

103

Glory's Dupe

108

The Fall of the Leaf

113

The Storm-King

116

The Hour of Trial

118

The Death of Brunswick

120

Days of Yore

123

Poor Isabel

126

Stanzas written in early Spring

130

Lines on hearing a Black-bird singing over a grave

133

The Grief of Armin

135

To Poverty

139

Fragment

142

Fragment

144