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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 219

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Author

Nooth, Charlotte

Title

Original poems, and a play

Imprint

London, Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown, 1815

Call Number

WPRP 219

Physical Description:

156 p. 22 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 243.

Epigraph

none

Online copies

Princeton University Library copy via Hathi Trust

University of California Libraries via Hathi Trust

Content

The Melo-drame

3

The Waltz. Addressed to a Gentleman who severely reprobated the Introduction of this Dance into private Parties of Friends

5

Irregular Lines, addressed to the Baronne de Stal-Holstein

6

Beauty

8

Verses addressed to the Rev. Dr. Valpy, on Occasion of his Birth-day. Dec. 10, 1807

10

Sonnet. To Miss Nooth, who presented some elegant Verses to the Author, on his Birth-day

11

Lines written after being shewn the Magdalen. Drawn by Samuel Cousins

12

Stanzas to the memory of Doctor Henry Moyes, the Blind Philosopher

14

Song

16

Love and Chemistry

17

Verses suggested by seeing an Engraving from a Picture by Raffaelle

18

A Manks Elegy

21

Meditation on a Guinea, Poderoso Senor es Don Diero. Quevedo

23

Gaiety. Ce uest pas etre bien aise que de rire. St. Evremond

24

A Portrait. Dove-featherd raven! fiend angelical! Romeo and Juliet

26

Song

27

Lines occasioned by the Loss of a Spy-glass, by a Friend of the Writer, while walking through a Hay-field

28

The Jarvey

29

Written on the Sea-Shore, at Garston, near Liverpool

33

Sonnet, on the Death of a Young Nobleman

34

Sonnet, written in the Bay of Dublin, on leaving Ireland

35

To Contradiction

36

A Dish of Tea!

38

Larne Water

40

Consolation

44

The Student. Ciencia es locura. Se buen senso no lo cura.

45

Vergiss Mein Nicht. Forget me not.

46

The Poor Mans Soliloquy

48

Written at Sea, off the Isle of Man

49

Ella

50

Address to Time

51

Translations

Stanzas, from the Spanish of Quevedo

55

Sonnet, on the Statue of Moses, sculptured by Buonaroti, from the Italian of Zapi. Chi costui, &c.

57

Lines from the French, Quand le Temps aura sillonn.

58

Hallers Elegy on the Death of his Wife, from the French Translation

59

The Farewell. From Metastasio. Ecco quel fier istante!

63

Sonnet. From the Spanish of Quevedo

66

Sonnet. From the Spanish of Quevedo

67

Les Riens

68

Sonnet. From the Spanish of Quevedo

69

From Metastasio. Giuseppe riconosciuto. Parte Prima

70

The Restless Lover. From Quevedo. Est la ave en el aire.

71

Irish Ballads

Thady OConnor

75

Poor Barbara

76

Rose Magee

78

Dennis MKirtie

80

Paddy Ahmuty

83

Sir Dennis and the Banshee

85

Clara; or, the Nuns of Charity: A Tragic Play, in five acts

93