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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 188

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Author

Pearson, Susanna.

Title

Poems, dedicated, by permission, to the Right Honourable the Countess Fitzwilliam. By S. Pearson. 1st ed.

Imprint

Sheffield : Printed by J. Gales, and may be had of G.G.J. and J. Robinson; T. Cadell; and C. Forster

Year of Publication

1790

Call Number

WPRP 188

Physical Description

68 p

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 253

 

Notes

Includes Dedication and List of Subscribers.

Epigraph

none

Online copies

Princeton University Library copy via Hathi Trust

University of California Libraries copy via Hathi Trust

Contents

No Contents page. Includes:

Sonnet to the Reviewers

5

Zara and Sebastian

6

Lines found on the Stairs of the Tour de la Chapelle of the Bastile

12

Lines on a Snow Drop

27

Clessamor. In Imitation of Ossian

30

Written on a Blank Leaf of Shakespeare

32

Sonnet 29

[i.e.32]

Sonnet to Peter Pindar, Esq.

33

Sonnet to Miss Seward. On Reading her Elegy on the Death of Captain Cook

34

Sonnet. On His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales’ Compliance with the Proposed Restrictions in the Regency Bill.

35

Sonnet to Autumn

36

An African Tale

37

Sonnet to Gratitude

48

Sonnet to Mrs. Siddons

49

Sonnet

50

Sonnet to the Violet

51

Sonnet to Pity

52

Viola and Alonzo. [In Imitation of the Old Spanish Ballad.]

53

Sonnet. [Written in December, Near the Ruins of Sheffeild Manor.]

56

Sonnet to the Setting-Sun

57

Sonnet, found in a recess of that cell in the Bastille where the prisoner was confined who wore an Iron Mask, and who it has been said was an Italian of Distinction

58

Sonnet, to the Evening-Star

59