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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 174

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Author

Liddiard, Mrs. J.S. Anna.

Title

Kenilworth and Farley Castle; with other poems. 1st ed.

Imprint

Dublin : Printed at the Hibernia Press Office, 1813.

Call Number

WPRP 174

Physical Description:

xviii, [v]-vii, [1], 144 p. ; 19 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 202

 

Notes

Includes Dedication, "To My Friends," and Preface.

Epigraph

none

Contents

No Contents page. Includes:

Kenilworth Castle. A Masque

1

Song

9

Proem

21

The Phantom Knight; or, Farley Castle.

27

Sir Walter De Montiville and Matilda. A Chivalric Tale

37

Delusions of Youth. An Allegory. Addressed to my Son

57

An Adieu to Llangollen

68

On the Comet of 1811. An Ode

72

The Rainbow’s Tints compared to the Different Passions of the Soul.

75

Lines for the Dial Plate of a Clock

77

Reflections at Moonlight. Amidst a Grove of Poplars

78

Lines, on parting with an old piano-forte

80

Description of a Party

82

On Viewing a Painting of Cottagers in Winter

85

Written on a Profile, Drawn in Indian Ink

88

Occasional Prologue

89

Lines addressed to a Young Roscius, on his Re-appearance at Bath, 1812

92

The Favourite, in a Gilded Gage

94

Time and Love

98

The Question

101

The Net of Love

107

The Complaint

110

The Breeze

112

The Assignation. A Song

113

On Times past

116

On a Parrot

118

Translated Into Latin.

120

Written in Claverton Church Yard, Somersetshire

122

An Humble Tribute, Left at the Shrine of Shakespeare

123

Elegy, on Visiting the Grave of Miss Seward

124

On Dreams

125

An Elegy

127

Thoughts on All-hallow’s Eve

128

On Re-visiting Ireland

130

On Bigotry

132

On Ambition

134

On Re-visiting a favourite Walk

136

Farewell to Bath

138

The Departure

139

Reflections on Landscape Painting

142