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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 175

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Author

Porter, Anna Maria.

Title

Ballad romances, and other poems. 1st ed.

Imprint

London, Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1811

Year of Publication

1811

Call Number

WPRP 175

Physical Description:

vii, 196 p. front. 18.5 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 260; variation in physical description.

 

Epigraph

none

Contents

 

BALLADS.

EUGENE

3

Lord Malcolm

25

The Knight of Malta

38

The Maid of Erin

54

The Prince of the Lake

70

MISCELLANEOUS.

Youth

7[i.e.79]

Epistle from Yarico to Inkle

101

A War Song

120

Lines written after reading the "Corrine" of Madame de Stael, and the "Psyche" of the late Mrs. Henry Tighe

123

The Comparison

128

An Address

130

Address to a Brother’s Bust

133

Sonnet. On Solitude

136

Address to the ---------- Regiment going on Foreign Service

137

Sonnet. On quitting the Country

139

An Abjuration

140

Stanzas to a Glow-worm

143

Sonnet. Written during severe Illness

146

A Wish

147

Apprehension

149

An Address written during Sickness

151

Ode to a Faithless Friend

153

Sonnet. On Jane

155

Lines written on being offered a Rose d’Amour

156

Monody on the Death of Capt. H.P. Inscribed to L.J. Esq.

157

The Shepherd’s Calendar

160

Sonnet. To the Nightingale

162

Remembrance to a little Favourite

163

Lines to Therese

165

Sonnet. To the Laurel

167

Sonnet. On hearing Village Bells

168

A Commentary

169

Lament of a returned Exile

171

Sonnet. Night

172

Lines sent with a fanciful Brooch

174

Song. Imitated from the German

175

Song

176

A Complaint

178

Ode. To the Memory of a Friend

183

Sonnet. Written on the Sea-Shore

186

The Husband to his Wife

187

Lines to the Memory of Sir John Moore

190

The Torches. An Allegory

191