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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 235

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Author

Tighe, Mary, 1772-1810

Title

Psyche, with other poems. By the late Mrs. Henry Tighe

Imprint

London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1816

Call Number

WPRP 235

Physical Description:

xv, 311, [1] p. front. (port.) 22 cm. Fore-edge painting.

Epigraph

Engraved frontispiece. "To the reader."

Online copies

Hathi Trust

Contents

Psyche, or, the legend of love.

 

Preface to the copies of Psyche which were printed in 1805

ix

Sonnet addressed to my mother

1

Canto I

9

Canto II

43

Canto III

73

Canto IV

111

Canto V

143

Canto VI

177

Notes

211

 

Sonnets

 

Written in a copy of Psyche which had been in the library of C.J. Fox. April, 1809.

219

Written at Scarborough, August, 1799.

220

Sonnet

221

Written in Autumn.

222

Sonnet.

223

Written in the church-yard at Malvern.

224

Sonnet.

225

Sonnet.

226

To Time.

227

Sonnet.

228

Sonnet.

229

Written at Rossana, November 18, 1799.

230

Written at Rosanaa.

231

Written at the Eagle's Nest, Killarney, July 26, 1800.

232

Written at Killarney, July 29, 1800.

233

On leaving Killarney, August 5, 1800.

234

To death.

235

To W. P. Esq. Avondale.

236

Addressed to my brother, 1805.

237

Address to my harp

238

The vartree.

244

A faithful friend is the medicine of life. [--son of Sirach]

248

Verses written at the commencement of spring.1802.

251

To the memory of Margaret Tighe: take from us June 7th, 1804.tat. 85.

256

Verses written in sickness. December, 1804.

258

Pleasure.262

Written for her niece S.K.

266

To fortune. From Metastasio.

268

The picture. Written for Angela.

269

The shawl's petition. To Lady Asgill.

271

To the Countess of Charlemont, in return for her presents of flowers, March, 1808.

274

Written at West-Aston, June, 1808.

278

Bryan Byrne, of Glenmalure.

281

Imitated from Jeremiah.Chap. XXXI. v. 15.

297

Hagar in the desert.

299

The lily. May, 1809.

303

Sonnet written at Woodstock, in the county of Kilkenny, the seat of William Tighe, June 30, 1809.

306

On receiving a branch of mezereon, which flowered at Woodstock. December, 1809.

307

"If on this earth she passed, in mortal guise,"

311