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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 159

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Author

Nealds, [Adeline Martha] Mrs. Charles (d.1829).

Title

Poems.

Imprint

London: Printed by C.J. G. and F. Rivington, 1829.

Physical description

pp.xx,[additional subscribers and errata slip], 140. With a list of subscribers. Original boards, label.

Call number

WPRP 159

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 242. Not in NUC.

Notes

Includes Dedication, Preface, and List of Subscribers.

Contains: To a young friend, who, with some others and myself, had represented characters in Miss Porter's beautiful Novel of 'The Scottish Chiefs.'"

Epigraph

none

Online copies

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Contents

 

Sonnet on resuming the Lyre

3

Address to Hope

4

Sonnet

7

Irregular Stanza, written during affliction

8

To a beloved Sister, on her birth-day

9

Lines sent with a plain hair ring to a dear Friend

10

Written in a Grotto, at Runcton, near Lynn Regis, Norfolk

11

Stanzas written during a Storm at Middleton

12

An Adieu

13

To Death

14

To Marianne

15

Lines written on a court-plaister case

16

Song

17

To Sarah J-------

18

To the memory of an affectionate Mother

19

Sonnet

20

To -------

21

Stanzas to a Rose

22

To Ariel

24

Midnight Stanzas

25

Sonnet, the idea taken from Ossian’s Hymn to the Evening Star

27

Sonnet written during sickness and sorrow

28

Written in an Album

29

Irregular Stanzas

30

Serenade

33

Lady’s Answer

35

Lines written during the severe illness of my youngest Girl

38

To ----------

39

Lines written after the death of the beat of Mothers, 1815

45

On attending the Sacrament

48

Stanzas

50

Fragment

52

To Julia

54

Sonnet to my sleeping Infant

56

To -----------

58

To a young Lady who indulged in melancholy on a trifling occasion

60

Flower girl’s Song

62

Written in the very small Album of a widowed Friend

64

Stanzas for Music

65

Address to the Evening Star

67

To a beautiful and amiable Girl, on seeing her very plainly attired for a Ball

68

Song

71

Stanzas written on a beautiful Summer’s night, which brought back the recollection of happier hours

72

Sonnet. To my eldest Daughter

74

Stanzas

75

Sonnet, occasioned by finding a bird’s nest blown down by the high wind, April 1829

77

To a young Friend, who, with some others and myself, had represented characters in Miss Porter’s beautiful novel of the ‘Scottish Chiefs’

78

To my second Child, on the Anniversary of her birth, February 15th, 1828

80

Lines written in an Album Card of a young Lady belonging to the Society of Friends, who had repeatedly said, "Thou are not a Friend"

85

Sonnet to a Primrose blooming on a barren bank early in the Month of January, 1829

86

Written in the elegant Album of Miss R. who particularly desired I would write some Lines for her

87

Written in White-house Wood, the favourite walk of the Authoress

89

Sonnet

91

Written to an amiable Quakeress, on her requesting me to write a few lines in her Album

92

Written in the Album of a young Lady very fond of angling, on hearing she was receiving the address of Mr. Brooks

94

To my Husband

95

On the Death of --------

98

Sonnet

99

Morning Address to my Children

100

Sonnet

102

Written in my Nephew’s Souvenir

103

To Eliza

106

Sonnet to my eldest Boy, on his tenderly inquiring why I so often looked unhappy

107

Stanzas

108

Written under the expectation of shortly leaving the place where I had passed the early part of my life

111

Sonnet written after passing a day with a beloved Friend after a very long separation

114

Song

115

On the death of a beloved heart-broken Friend, dedicated to her sorrowing Relatives

119

Stanzas

124

To a Chestnut Tree, planted in commemoration of the birth of the Authoress

129

Written on the 23rd of June, 1829, the Anniversary of the birth of a favourite Niece

135

Farewell to the Lyre

136

Written on the arrival of a newly married pair at the residence of the Bridegroom’s father

138