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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 372

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Author

Baillie, Joanna (1762-1851), ed.

Title

A Collection of Poems, Chiefly Manuscript, and from Living Authors. Ed. for the Benefit of a Friend, by Joanna Baillie

Imprint

London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1823

Call number

WPRP 372

Physical Description

1 p. ℓ., xliv, 330 p. 22 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 77.

Epigraph

none

Online copies

Hathi Trust

Digital copy and transcription at UC Davis

Contents

MAC DUFF’S CROSS

SIR WALTER SCOTT, BART.

1

FAIR MEAD LODGE

WILLIAM SOTHEBY, ESQ.

21

THE LAY OF THE BELL

THE SAME

25

TO THE RAINBOW

THOMAS CAMPBELL, ESQ.

43

THE LOT OF THOUSANDS

THE LATE MRS. JOHN HUNTER

46

OH POWER SUPREME…

THE SAME

47

THE EVENING PRIMROSE

THE SAME

48

LINES IN THE ALBUM…

ROBERT SOUTHEY, ESQ.

50

SONNET- NOT LOVE NOR WAR

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH, ESQ.

52

SONNET- A VIOLENT TRIBE OF BARDS

THE SAME

53

TO MRS. FRY

WILLIAM SMYTH, ESQ.

54

ST. CECILIA

THE SAME

55

HOPE AND MEMORY

THE REV. G. CRABB

56

ELEGY ON THE ABROGATION OF THE BIRTH-NIGHT BALL

F-

65

A RIDDLE- ‘TWAS IN HEAVEN PRONOUNCED

THE SAME

71

A RIDDLE- INSCRIB’D ON MANY A LEARNED PAGE

THE SAME

72

THE CLEARING SHOWER

---

73

‘TIS SWEET THE GIFTS SURVEYING

---

76

SONNET- WHEN LAST WE PARTED, THOU WERT YOUNG AND FAIR

---

77

ON THE KING’S ILLNESS

MRS. BARBAULD

78

ON RETURNING A PLANT AFTER THE BLOOM WAS OVER

THE SAME

80

TO THE LARK

---

81

SONG- HER FEATURES SPEAK THE WARMEST HEART

JOHN RICHARDSON, ESQ.

84

STANZAS SUGGESTED BY A CANZONE OF PETRARCH

THE RIGHT HON. LADY DACRE

85

A VOLUNTEER SONG

THE EDITOR

88

THE FOUNTAIN

SAMUEL ROGERS, ESQ.

91

SONNET- WRITTEN AT THE PIRAEUS, 1820

CHARLES B. SHERIDAN, ESQ.

93

SONNET-WRITTEN OFF CEFALONIA, 1820

THE SAME

94

SONNET- ON LEAVING GREECE

THE SAME

95

LINES WRITTEN AT ATHENS IN 1820

THE SAME

96

THE ADDRESS OF ODUSSEUS TO THE GREEKS

THE SAME

100

THE SONG OF TRIUMPHS OF THE GREEKS

THE SAME

104

CHORUS OF GREEK MATRONS

THE SAME

107

TO A FRIEND ON HIS WEDDING DAY

SIR WILLIAM PEPYS, BART.

112

THE LAST LEAF

THE LATE EDWARD COXE, ESQ.

114

ON READING MARMION

115

ON GREY HAIR

THE LATE MRS. DIXON, OF FELLFOOT

116

SONNET- I KNOW THEE NOT

CHARLES JOHNSTON, ESQ.

118

BELSHAZZAR’S FEAST

MRS. HEMANS

119

SONNET ON THE APENNINES

CHARLES JOHNSTON, ESQ.

126

SONNET AT THE LAKE THRASYMENUS

THE SAME

127

THE GREENWICH PENSIONERS

THE REV. W. L. BOWLES

128

HYMN OF THE SEASONS

MISS ANNA MARIA PORTER

131

TIME AND FRIENDSHIP

---

134

WRITTEN UNDERNEATH A DRAWING OF A FLYING CUPID

---

136

ANNAN WATER

LIEUT. GEN. DIROM

138

THE SAILORS DEPARTURE

142

THE SEASONS OF LIFE

THE RIGHT HON. LORD GLENBERVIE

143

TO MEMORY

THE SAME

144

PAESTUM

THE REV, WALTER FARQUAR HOOK

147

TO MRS. SIDDONS

THE EDITOR

150

SONNET- SPIRIT OF EVIL

CHARLES JOHNSTON, ESQ.

154

SONNET- THE MARKS OF DEATH WERE ON HIM

THE SAME

155

LIFE

---

156

THE DEVONSHIRE LANE

THE REV. JOHN MARRIOT

163

TO A CHILD

THE EDITOR

165

EPISTLE TO THE EARL OF HARCOURT

F---

167

THE RUBBER POLYDORE

---

178

ON BURNING A PACKET OF LETTERS

---

184

INSCRIPTION FOR A SEAT

---

185

ON A SPRIG OF HEATH

MRS. GRANT, OF LAGGAN

186

FOTHRINGAY

---

188

THE LAMENT

---

192

SONNET TO ---

CHARLES JOHNSTON, ESQ.

194

SONNET- I’VE SEEN MY DAY

THE SAME

195

SONNET- THERE IS VIRTUE

196

THE LOSS OF THE ROYAL

GEORGE

THE REV. H. MILMAN

197

A PORTRAIT

H. GALLY KNIGHT, ESQ.

200

DE LA CHARITE POUR LES

PRISONNIERS

---

207

SONG- YES THOU MAY’ST

WALK

JOHN RICHARDSON, ESQ.

212

EVENING

H. MALDON, ESQ.

214

SUNSET MEDITATION

227

ON TIME- ADDRESSED TO A LADY ON HER 84TH BIRTHDAY

---

230

LOVE

WILLIAM SMYTH, ESQ.

231

A CHARACTER

---

233

L’ENNUYEE

WILLIAM SMYTH, ESQ.

236

THE MERRY HEART

THE SAME

238

THE MOTHER’S REMONSTRANCE

THE SAME

240

LINES WRITTEN ON A FIELD OF QUATRE BRAS

---

242

ON A SLEEPING BOY

---

245

ON MEMORY…

MISS HOLFORD

246

LINES SUGGESTED BY A PORTRAIT OF THE QUEEN OF FRANCE

THE SAME

248

ORPHEUS TO EURYDICE

---

251

LINES WRITTEN IN THE AUTUMN OF 1818

---

254

THE SHIP’S RETURN

MISS BENGER

255

ADDITIONAL LINES TO RETALIATION

SIR GEORGE BEAUMONT, BART.

258

ADDRESS TO A STEAM VESSEL

THE EDITOR

259

DEVON’S POLY OLBION

JOHN MERIVALE, ESQ.

265

THE CATARACT OF LODORE

ROBERT SOUTHEY, ESQ.

280

A SKETCH

MISS BENGER

284

CAMERONIAN DREAM

MISS BENGER

286

A NOVEMBER NIGHT’S TRAVELLER

THE EDITOR

290

A SIMILE- I SAW A WILD ROSE

THE LATE MRS. JOHN HUNTER

301

TOMORROW

THE SAME

302

TO THE NYMPH OF THE MOUNTAIN

THE SAME

303

SONG- WHEN HOLLOW BURSTS THE RUSHING WINDS

THE SAME

304

THE SUN DECLINES, HIS JOYOUS COURSE IS O’ER

---

305

FRIENDS, WHEN I DIE, PREPARE MY WELCOME GRAVE

---

306

THO’ PLEASURES FADE, AND WEALTH IS GONE

---

308

TO COUNT--- ON THE DEATH OF HIS WIFE, I---

---

309

SIR MAURICE, A BALLAD

THE EDITOR

311