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Individual Item Contents: WPRP 215

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Author

Dark, Mariann

Title

Sonnets and other poems

Imprint

London : Printed for the author by S. Curtis : and sold by Messrs. Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1818

Call Number

WPRP 215

Physical Description:

x1, 120 p. ; 18 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 96.

Notes

"Brief memoir of the late Henry Stiles, of Whitley, in Wiltshire", p. [xxv]-x1

Epigraph

none

Online copies

CU Digital Library

Content

Brief Memoir of the Late Henry Stiles, of Whitley, in Wiltshire

xxv

Tribute of Affection to the memory of a beloved father

1

Lines, written at an early age, on a favourite place of residence

9

Sonnets

Sonnet I. Written in Bremhill Church-Yard

25

Sonnet II. To Melancholy

26

Sonnet III. To my Father: Composed at Bradley

28

Sonnet IV. To my Mother

29

Sonnet V. To Miss a ***

30

Sonnet VI. To Miss D. Dark

32

Sonnet VII. Composed during a Severe Storm

33

Sonnet VIII. At Bradley, Sept. 1815

35

Sonnet IX. On Revisiting my Native Place, and Hearing the Bells at Midnight, Dec. 31, 1815

36

Sonnet X. On Returning to Whitley

Sonnet XI. On Reading some Beautiful Remarks, Written by a Lady in the Blank Leaves of Bowdlers Essays

39

Sonnet XII. On Reading Mrs. Smiths Sonnets

40

Sonnet XIII. On Reviewing the Preceding

42

Sonnet XIV. Occasioned by a Dream

43

Sonnet XV. On the Death of my Father

45

Sonnet XVI.

46

Sonnet XVII. On Leaving Whitley

47

Sonnet XVIII.

49

Sonnet XIX. Composed on the Day of my Final Departure from Whitley

50

Sonnet XX. On Straying Round the Precincts of Whitley

51

Sonnet XXI.

52

Sonnet XXII. Addressed to the Marchioness of Landsdowne

54

Sonnet XXIII. To Mrs. Merewether, of Blackland

55

Sonnet XXIV. To the Rev. W. L. Bowles

56

Sonnet XXV. To Mrs. Bowles, on Hearing her Play on the Organ

58

Sonnet XXVI. Composed the 7th of Nov. 1817, on the Death of the Princess Charlotte of Wales

60

Sonnet XXVII. On the same Occasion

61

Sonnet XXVIII. Addressed to Mrs. Fry

62

Sonnet XXIX. To Mrs. Stiles, on the Birth of Little Henry

64

Sonnet XXX.

65

Sonnet XXXI. To the Nightingale: Composed on Hearing her First Notes in the Spring of 1813.

66

Sonnet XXXII. Inscribed to the Family at C-------y, on the Death of Their Parent

68

Sonnet XXXIII. Composed in Rev. W. L. Bowless Garden

69

Sonnet XXXIV. To Emma, on the Death of her Father: Composed on Hearing her Extreme Depression of Spirits Severely Censured

71

Sonnet XXXV. Addressed to a Lady on the Loss of her Little Girl

72

Sonnet XXXVI.

74

Sonnet XXXVII. Composed during Illness

75

Sonnet XXXVIII. Night Scene, Oct. 1813

76

Sonnet XXXIX. Morning

77

Sonnet XL. To the Moon

79

On Seeing a Rose in Bloom

80

To a Young Woman in Humble Life

81

Lines suggested by a little poem, beginning Let me die,by Miss Trefusis

84

Lines composed by the bed of an expiring orphan

87

To Mary

90

Composed at Midnight

92

Descriptive Lines, inscribed to Mrs. James Hale

97

Composed at Bowood

106

On the Birth of my Sisters Little Girl, Three Days After the Funeral of her Grandfather

118