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Individual Item Contents: WPRP 184

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Author

Taylor, Jane (1783-1824).

Title

Memoirs and poetical remains of the late Jane Taylor: with extracts from her correspondence. By Isaac Taylor. 2nd ed.

Imprint

London : B.J. Holdsworth

Year of Publication

1826. 2 vols. in 1.

Call Number

WPRP 184

Physical Description:

2 v. : port. ; 20 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 345

 

Epigraph

none

Online copies

Internet Archive

Contents

VOL. I.

To E * * * * * * * * xi

MEMOIRS.

Section I.

Infancy and Childhood at Lavenham

3

Section II.

Education, and early Friendships at Colchester

24

Section III.

Religious Feelings, Family Customs, Employments and Recreations

37

Section IV.

New Friendships, and Literary Engagements

58

Section V.

Visit to Lavenham

69

Section VI.

Publication of Original Poems, &c.

79

Section VII.

Religious Feelings

89

Section VIII.

Domestic Feelings, Publication of the Associate Minstrels&emdash;Hymns for Infant Minds, -- Hymns for Sunday Schools, &c.

104

Section IX.

Removal to Ongar, first and second Visit to Ilfracombe

117

Section X.

Residence at Marazion--Publication of Display, and Essays in Rhyme--Contributions to the Youth’s Magazine

138

Section XI.

Visits--Residences at Ongar --Religious Feelings

159

Section XII.

Last Illness, and Death

179

 

VOL. II.

POETICAL REMAINS.

Philip; a Fragment

3

To Mad. De StaÎl

22

To the Moon

26

To Mrs. L.

29

Love and Fame: a Fable

32

Remonstrance to Time

36

Sunset

41

The Fairies’ Song

42

To Miss G. on the Death of her Robin

44

An Enigma

47

The Vase and the Pitcher: a Fable

50

An Enigma

54

A Story

56

The Shipwrecked Lascar: a True Tale, addressed to Miss M.

60

The Beggar Boy

64

Lines written in an Album

67

To a Poetical Friend

71

To a Friend

73

To the same, on her Birth Day

75

To the same, on her Birth Day

78

To two Chestnut Trees

80

To a Sister, on her Birth Day

84

The Violet to the Rose

88

Birth Day retrospect

92

To a Brother, on his Birth Day

97

To Miss E.F. on her Birth Day

99

To Mr. C--------, senior: with a Drawing

103

To the same

106

An Infant’s Hymn

108

Hymn, sung by the children of a Sunday School

110

Hymn for Children

112

Hymn, for the children of a Sunday School

114

Sailor’s Hymn

117

"With God all things are possible"

119

Hymn, "Come my fond fluttering heart"

121

Epitaph

124

On the Death of an Infant

125

On visiting an old family Residence

126

Trite thoughts in a place of Worship

127

Soliloquy

131

"The things that are unseen are eternal"

134

EXTRACTS FROM THE CORRESPONDENCE.

To Miss S.L.C.

141

To the same

146

To the same

148

To the same

151

To Miss E.F.

155

To Miss S.L.C.

159

To Miss E.F.

163

To Miss M.H.

168

To Miss E.F.

171

To Mr. J.C.

173

To Miss S.L.C.

175

To Mr. J.C.

179

To Miss S.L.C.

185

To the same

189

To the same

191

To the same

196

To Mr. J.C.

198

To the same

203

To the same

204

To Miss E.F.

208

To Miss M.H

210

To Mr. J.C.

213

To Miss S.L.C.

215

To Mrs. W. (Miss S.L.C.)

217

To Mrs. G. (Miss E.F.)

219

To Mr. J.C.

223

To the same

227

To Mrs. G.

231

To Mrs. W.

233

To Miss E.M.

237

To Mr. J.C.

242

To Miss E.M.

246

To Mrs. W.

251

To Miss M. H---------e

253

To Miss E.M.

255

To the same

257

To Miss A.M.

263

To Miss M. H---------e

267

To Miss E.M.

270

To Miss A.M.

273

To Miss M. H---------e

275

To Miss S.G.

280

To Mrs. G.

286

To Miss E.M.

288

To Miss M. H---------e

292

To Mrs. W. (Miss E.M.)

296

To Miss S.M. and her Sisters and Brothers

298

To Miss S.M.

315

To Miss E. M******

318

To Miss M. H---------e

320

To Miss S.M. and her Sisters

322