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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 325

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Author

M. A. P.

Title

Sacred and Miscellaneous Poetry; selected, for young people' and intended as a sequel to Miss Aikin's "Poetry for Children." A New Edition. By M.A.P.

Imprint

London: John Souter, School Library, 1829.

Physical description

xi, 144 p. ; 14 cm

Citation

Not in Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women; also held at also held at U. Washington Libraries.

Call number

WPRP 325

Notes

List of books published by J. Souter on final page and back pastedown.

Epigraph

None.

Contents

Devotional pieces.

An Address to the Deity…Mrs. Barbauld

1

Omnipotence…H.K. White

4

Omnipotence…Ditto

5

On the same subject…Brady and Tate

6

To God, the Eternal and Unchangeable…Amelia Opie

8

Hymn for the Epiphany…Bishop Herber

9

Hymn…Ditto

10

The Deity manifested in his Works…Addison

11

On the same subject…Montgomery

12

The Creator manifested in his creature, Man…Smart

13

God Unchangeable…Wordsworth

14

Warnings of Mortality…Bishop Heber

15

Hymn of Gratitude…Addison

17

The Star of Bethlehem…H.K. White

19

Prayer…Anonymous

20

A Prayer…Original

21

Morning or Evening Hymn…Watts

22

A Prayer, written in sickness…Bishop of Calcutta

23

Hymn, composed in the Night…Mrs. H. More

24

An Ode…Addison

25

Hymn for Family Worship…H.K. White

27

Comfort in Affliction…R. Grant

28

Blessed by thy Name for ever!...Hogg

30

Lines written in a Bower…Lady Elizabeth Lee

ib.

The Hour of Prayer…Mrs. Hemans

31

An Ode, the sentiment from Herbert…Bishop Horne

32

The Sabbath…Cunningham

33

Prayer…Montgomery

34

Hope in the Resurrection…H.K. White

36

Paraphrase on Psalm xxiii…Addison

37

The Death of the Righteous…Young

38

The Glories of Eternity…Bishop Heber

39

Divine Guidance solicited…Ditto

40

The Flowers of the Field…Keble

41

Hymn for Subjection to the Divine Will…Anonymous

44

The Day of Judgment…Addison

45

Death of a Christian…Bishop Heber

46

Miscellaneous

The Ivy…Bernard Barton

47

Filial Affliction…Moore

49

Time…Sir W. Scott

50

The Robin's Petition…C. Smith

ib.

Charity…W.L. Bowels

53

Address to a Snow-drop…J. Webb

54

The Savoyard's Return…H.K. White

55

The Approach of Night…Wordsworth

56

The Glow-worm…Cowper

57

The Scentless Violet…C.H. Townsend

59

Fame…B. Barton

ib.

An Autumnal Day on the Sea-shore…Southey

60

Rural Pleasures…John Clare

61

The Love of Country and of Home…Montgomery

63

To a Butterfly…Wordsworth

64

On leaving Home…Ditto

65

The Rainbow…Campbell

66

Evening…Hurdis

68

An Evening Thought…C.H. Townsend

69

Silent Devotion…Wordsworth

ib.

The Sturdy Rock…Anonymous

70

Ingratitude…Shakspeare [sic]

71

The Grove…Spenser

72

Solitude…Lord Byron

73

The Wallflower…Langhorne

74

To some Children listening to a Lark…Cotton

76

The Arab…Gally Knight

77

The Exile…Original

78

Humanity…Langhorne

79

The Approach of a Storm…Sir W. Scott

80

Discontent and Presumption checked…Beattie

ib.

Epitaph on an Infant…C. Wesley

82

A Ship, sailing by Moonlight…Wilson

ib.

The Frailty of Beauty…C. Wolfe

84

Enduring Affection…Southey

86

To the Winds…B. Barton

88

The Shipwreck…Wilson

89

A Bird's Nest…Hurdis

90

Melrose Abbey…Sir W. Scott

91

A Description…Miss Mitford

92

Inscription on a Rock…Wordsworth

93

Death and Immortality…Beattie

94

To a Sleeping Child…Wilson

95

The Childless Father…Wordsworth

97

Cintra…Lord Byron

98

Paternal Love…Sir W. Scott

99

To Spring…John Clare

ib.

Lines, written while sailing in a boat at evening…Wordsworth

101

The American Indian's Song…W.L. Bowles

102

To the Cuckoo…Wordsworth

103

Dirge of a Highland Chief…Unknown

105

To the Skylark…B. Barton

107

The Jackdaw…Cowper

109

Lines, written in early Spring…Wordsworth

110

Flowers…Ditto

111

The Fisherman's Song…Joanna Baillie

112

The Nautilus…C. Smith

113

Lines on a Field Daisy…Montgomery

114

Peace and Innocence…Wilson

117

To a Lovely Infant, on the day of its Baptism…Original

120

My Brother's Grave…M.

121

The Voice of Praise…Miss Mitford

129

Good Morn…Miss Roscoe

132

Notes

135