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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 156

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Author

Lloyd, Mary Ann.

Title

A Manual, consisting of a defence of the Bible, in an original manner, with an appendix, in prose and verse, on many interesting subjects.

Imprint

London : Printed and published by the authoress, at the Cross Keys, Broad-Street, Lambeth, 1820.

Call Number

WPRP 156

Notes

Includes Introduction.

Epigraph

It is men that are incongruous, not books.
 
Anon.

Online copies

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Contents

No Contents page. Includes:

A Manual, consisting of a defense of the Bible

1

A Poetical Prayer, for the Recovery of King George the Third, Written in the Year 1812

160

Appendix

161

Lines On seeing a Gentleman fall from his chair and immediately expire, in full health and strength

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And Ode on the Jubilee. The day on which his late Majesty entered the 50th year of his Reign, 25th of October, 1809

165

On the Anniversary of the Jubilee, October 25, 1809

169

Lines Written on Two windy Days, afterwards succeeded by a Calm, the Sun an going down and shining in all the Beauty of the West, March, 1807

172

An Invocation to Mercy

175

A Lady Giving a Servant Four Aprons

177

On Seeing a Lady Asleep while in Sickness. In the year 1811

178

On Seeing a Lady Reposing by a Tree

179

On the Birth Day of a Lady Aged Fifty-Nine

180