UCB Libraries

 

Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 353

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

 

Author

Mathews, Eliza Kirkham

Title

Poems

Imprint

Doncaster: Printed and sold by W. Sheardown, 1802


Call number

WPRP 353

Physical Description

xvi, 115 p

Citation

Not in Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women; multiple copies in Worldcat.

Notes

Contains author's dedication page, list of subscribers, elegiac lines to the author

Epigraph

"Sad is my Song"

Online copies

University of California Libraries copy via Hathi Trust

New York Public Library copy via Hathi Trust

Contents

SONNETS

TO TWILIGHT

5

TO THE EVENING STAR

6

TO THE MOON

7

TO THE RIVER TAFFE

8

SPRING

9

HENRY TO HIS FRIEND

10

THE VISION

11

DEATH OF THE BARD

12

TO A SNOW-DROP

13

TO MISS D.M.B. ON LEAVING DEVON

14

FROM THE NOVEL "WHAT HAS BEEN"

15

ELEGIAC SONNET ON THE DEATH OF W. BULLER, ESQ.

16

TO THE MOON

18

TO MRS. D.M.B.

19

INSCRIBED TO MISS N—T—E

20

TO VALDARNO

21

THE INDIAN

22

(FROM "WHAT HAS BEEN")

23

SONNET

24

SONNET

25

TO DR. D ---

26

THE PILGRIM

27

TO MR. K ---

28

TO SIMPLICITY

29

THE PEASANT TRAVELLER

30

SONNET

31

SONNET

32

ELEGIES

ON THE DEATH OF MRS. STRONG

35

ON THE SAME

37

ELEGY

39

ON THE DEATH OF MISS CRESWELL

42

ON A LOCK OF MISS CRESWELL'S HAIR GIVEN AFTER HER DEATH

45

ELEGIAC LINES ON THE DEATH OF MISS HARRIET CRESSWELL

46

TO THE REVEREND N—E N—E

48

ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG LADY

52

ON THE DEATH OF MY BROTHER

54

ELEGY

56

ON THE DEATH OF MRS. B---

58

ON THE DEATHS OF MARIA AND SARAH AMELIA STRONG

61

ON THE DEATH OF W. BECKFORD, ESQ.

65

ODES

TO FRIENDSHIP

69

ODE

72

ON THE VICTORY OBTAINED BY LORD NELSON

77

ON THE RESTORATION OF PEACE

80

BALLADS

ELLA (FROM "WHAT HAS BEEN")

85

ADDRESS TO PEACE (FROM "WHAT HAS BEEN")

87

MAY MORNING

89

BENEATH THE AGED OAK

91

THET BEGGAR

93

TO PEACE

95

A WALK AT SUN-SET ON THE EASTERN CLIFFS OF TIEGNMOUTH, DEVON

97

FUGITIVE

99

INSCRIPTION FOR A FAVOURITE SEAT

102

RESIGNATION

103

TO SLANDER

104

ON VIEWING THE RUINS OF K --- ABBEY, DEVONSHIRE

105

DESCRIPTION OF A BEAUTIFUL INFANT

107

ELLEN AND EDWARD

108