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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 101a

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Author

Watkins, H., Miss, & J.P. Miss.

Title

Poems, on a variety of subjects. By the Miss Watkins', of Stoke-Lane, Somersetshire.

Imprint

Bath : printed by Meyler and Son, Abbey Church-Yard, and sold by G. Robinson, 25, Paternoster-Row, 1812.

Physical description

8vo (187mm),xii,7-13p. With a list of subscribers. Half calf, marbled boards.

Call number

WPRP 101.

Citation

Jackson, Annals of English Verse, p. 361; Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 361; NIC, TxY, NcU in NUC.

Notes

Bound with and preceding: HENDY, ABEL DOTTIN. Three sermons, 1808. [Not poetry]. WPRP 101b.
 
Includes Preface and List of Subscribers.

Epigraph

none

Online copies

Hathi Trust

Contents

No Contents page. Includes:

Albert and Clara

7

Stanzas

10

The Rose of Hope

11

I’ve seen the Spring, &c. .

13

Sonnet, On the Return of Spring

15

The Shipwreck

16

Stanzas

20

The Shores of Glamorgan

22

Elegy

24

Conrade

26

To the Woodbine

27

Retrospection

29

Sonnet

31

The Evening Hour

32

On Hearing some Delightful Music in a Room Beneath. Addressed to Miss B-------

34

Lines, on the Approach of Spring

35

Lines. on Friendship

37

Agnes Ruthyn

39

Blue Eyed Ellen. A Ballad

44

Address to the Primrose

49

Lines, Written in a Thunder-Storm

51

To Adversity

53

Song

55

To Miss M------- Philips, on her Leaving Longworth, April, 1811

57

Lines to the Memory of a Lovely and Amiable Young Lady, who Died December 1, 1810

58

On the Approach of Winter

60

The Delights of Benevolence

61

Lines, to Friendship

63

To Hope

64

To Religion

65

Elegy

66

To the Nightingale

68

On a Fallen Leaf

69

Sonnet

70

Sonnet

71

The Tints of Autumn

72

Poor Mary

74

Henry’s Tomb, Sequel to "Poor Mary"

79

The Ocean

81

To Grief

83

The Source of Sorrow

84

The Reverse

86

To Hope

88

The Halcyon

90

The Village Maid

93

Song

94

Daphne. A Pastoral Song

97

Thoughts on Futurity

99

Adieu to Summer

101

The Northern Tower

102

Lines on the Death of a Lovely and Amiable Girl, Who Died the 1st of December, 1810, in the 13th Year of her Age.

107

To Peace 109

Lines, Occasioned by the Battle of Albuera

111

Psalm V. .

114

Psalm LXXXVI. .

117

Psalm CXXXVI. .

121

Lines, Addressed to a Lady of Distinguished Vocal Abilities, on receiving a Lock of her Hair

124

On Love

125

Rural Simplicity

126

The Maniac

128