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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 81

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Author

[Walsh, Miss.]

Title

Poems. By a sister.

Imprint

London. J.Walsh, 1812. xliv, (iv),119p.

Physical description

With a list of subscribers. Original boards, uncut.

Call number

WPRP 81.

Citation

Jackson, Annals of English Verse, p. 361; TxU, CtY, InU, IU only in NUC.

Notes

Includes "To the Subscribers" and List of Subscribers. Ricardo was amongst those who subscribed. Erroneously attributed to Mary Lamb by Halkett and Laing.

Epigraph

Indulge my votive strain,
O sweet Humanity!
 
LANGHORNE

Online copies

Hathi Trust

Contents

 

To Friendship

1

Lines written during a Storm

3

On recovering from a serious Illness, while confined by Weakness

5

An Impromptu in Sickness

9

Matthew--c. 11. --v. 28

11

Paraphrase on the 46th Psalm

15

Paraphrase on the first part of the 33rd Psalm

19

A Hymn

22

A Morning Hymn

26

An Evening Hymn

30

A Hymn

32

Resignation in Sickness

34

Thoughts whilst examining Flowers

36

Written in Autumn, after a dangerous Illness

40

On a Friend remarking I constantly encourage Hope

44

Reflections while copying a Miniature of Mary Queen of Scotts

46

Orlando and Emily

50

Elegiac Stanzas

58

On a Dew Drop

61

Hay-making

63

To Tranquillity

65

Effusion

67

Clifton

70

To my Nephew Joseph, on his Birth-day, August, 11, 1811

95

To my Sister, on her Birth-day, March 10th, 1812

102

To Emma, on her requesting my opinion of what constitutes a Beautiful Face

106

To my Nephew Francis, on his entering St. Paul’s School

108

To my Sister Mary

113

To my Nephews and Nieces

115