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Individual Item Contents: WPRP 361

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Author

Hands, Elizabeth

Title

The Death of Ammon; a Poem. With an appendix Containing Pastorals and other Poetical Pieces

Imprint

Coventry: N. Rollason, 1789


Call number

WPRP 361

Physical Description

127 p

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 144.

Notes

Includes list of subscribers

Epigraph

none

Online copy

CU Digital Library

Contents

THE DEATH OF AMMON

CANTO I

1

CANTO II

12

CANTO III

18

CANTO IV

29

CANTO V

36

ON THE SUPPOSITION OF AN ADVERTISEMENT IN A MORNING PAPER, OF THE PUBLICATION OF A VOLUME OF POEMS BY A SERVANT MAID

47

ON THE SUPPOSITION OF THE BOOK HAVING BEEN PUBLISHED AND READ

50

WIT AND BEAUTY. A PASTORAL

56

ABSENCE AND DEATH. A PASTORAL

59

DAMON, LAURA, AND DAPHNE. A PASTORAL

62

LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP. A PASTORAL

66

CORYDON AND PASTORA. A PASTORAL

69

THIRSIS AND DAPHNE. A PASTORAL

72

OBSERVATION THEREON

73

DAMON AND THERON. A PASTORAL DIALOGUE

74

THIRSIS AND DAPHNE. A POEM

76

PERPLEXITY. A POEM

78

A PASTORAL SONG

80

THE FAVOURITE SWAIN

82

ON A WEDDING

85

LOB'S COURTSHIP

86

THE RURAL MAID IN LONDON, TO HER FRIEND IN THE COUNTRY, AN EPISTLE

88

CORINNA TO LYCIDAS

90

AN EPISTLE. BELINDA TO MARIA

91

LEANDER AND BELINDA. A TALE

93

OBSERVATION ON AN EVENING, AND REFLECTION WRITTEN WHILE THE AUTHOR SAT ON A COCK OF HAY

97

ON CONTEMPLATIVE EASE

100

WRITTEN ON THEIR MAJESTIES GOING TO KEW

101

CONTENTMENT

103

THE WIDOWER'S COURTSHIP

104

OBSERVATION ON THE WORKS OF NATURE

106

AN ELEGY

107

FRIENDSHIP. AN ODE

109

PHILLIS TO DAMON. A SONG

111

ON AN UNSOCIABLE FAMILY

113

REFLECTION ON MEDITATION

113

ON READING POPE'S ELOIZA TO ABELARD

114

WRITTEN, ORIGINALLY EXTEMPORE, ON SEEING A MAD HEIFER RUN THROUGH THE VILLAGE WHERE THE AUTHOR LIVES

115

A SONG

117

A SONG

118

A SONG

119

ABSENCE

120

TO THIRSIS, ON HIS SIGNIFYING HIS INTENTION TO LAY ASIDE HIS HAUTBOY

122

ON THE AUTHOR'S LYING-IN

123

AN ENIGMA

125

CRITICAL FRAGMENTS ON SOME OF THE ENGLISH POETS

126