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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 216

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Author

Dodsworth, Anna Barrell

Title

Fugitive pieces

Imprint

Canterbury, Printed by Simmons and Kirkby, 1802.

Call Number

WPRP 216

Physical Description:

iv, 107 p. 19 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 105.

Epigraph

none

Online copies

Google Books

Content

Epitaph on the beloved bird of her, whom all that know must love

1

First Letter to Helen Mackenzie

4

Second Letter to Helen Mackenzie

10

To Mr. Dodsworth, in the Isle of Lewes

15

To Matthew Dodsworth, Esq. on a noble captains declaring that his finger was broken by a gate

18

To F. H. Mackenzie, Esq. alias Cabersea, alias Seaforth

20

To the Dutchess of Chandos

22

To the Rev. Thomas Chamberlayne

27

To the Rev. Mr. Tattersall, in answer to a letter signed, Liberty Jack, with a straight head of hair.

30

To Mr. Dodsworth

32

To Mr. Dodsworth on his birth-day

33

On the birth-day of Lady Anna-Eliza Bridges, when she attained the age of five years

34

To the Right Hon. Lady Anna-Eliza Bridges, on her birth-day, Oct. 22, 1788, being then at the age of nine years

36

Ode on the birth-day of Master Sayer

38

To Eliza Graham, on her marriage with the Rev. Charles Cage

40

To Lady Beachey, on the walk she planned being accomplished, October 30, 1798

41

To Miss Jackson, in answer to some Lines presented by her to Mrs. Dodsworth, on her birth-day

43

To Granville Wheeler, Esq. on his wedding-day

47

Effusions of the Heart, Nov. 29, 1799, the day of which Lady Knatchbull was interred

49

Delays are Dangerous. Subject given out for the Vase, at Bath Easton

51

On Fun, or the modern art of tormenting. For the Vase, at Bath Easton

54

Some verses on the subject of Fun

57

To Mrs. Pulleyn, on the death of her daughter Eliza

61

Badinage on recovering from a bad fit of sickness at Bath, July, 1794

62

Bouts Rimes

66

Song

67

On the Death of an Only Brother, aged 17, 1755

71

On the Death of my dearly beloved and highly honoured father, Francis Barrell, Esq.

73

To my Sister

76

To the Rev. J. Tattersal

78

Chance. A prize poem at Bath Easton

81

Dissipation. A prize poem at Bath Easton

84

On the same subject

88

Wishes. A prize poem at Bath Easton

91

On the same subject

94

On the loss of a long shawl, at Margate

96

Sent with the preceding verses to Miss Sayers, at Margate

101

Effusions of the Heart

104