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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 393

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Author

[Sister]

Title

Poems / by a Sister

Imprint

London: Printed for and sold by J. Walsh [etc.], 1812


Call number

WPRP 393

Physical Description

xliv, 119 p. ; 19 cm

Notes

List of subscribers ( vi – xl), subscribers names (xli – xliv).

Epigraph

"Indulge my votive strain, O sweet humanity!” Langhorne

Online copies

Hathi Trust

Contents

TO FRIENDSHIP

1

LINES WRITTEN DURING A STORM

3

ON RECOVERING FROM A TEDIOUS ILLNESS, WHILST CONFINED BY WEAKNESS

5

AN IMPROMPTU IN SICKNESS

9

MATTHEW – C. 11, V. 28

11

PARAPHRASE ON THE FIRST PART OF THE 33D PSALM

19

A HYMN

22

A MORNING HYMN

26

AN EVENING HYMN

30

A HYMN

32

RESIGNATION IN SICKNESS

34

THOUGHTS WHILST EXAMINING FLOWERS

36

WRITTEN IN AUTUMN, AFTER A DANGEROUS ILLNESS

40

ON A FRIEND REMARKING I CONSTANTLY ENCOURAGE HOPE

44

REFLECTIONS WHLIE COPYING A MINIATURE OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS

46

ORLANDO AND EMILY

50

ELEGIAC STANZAS

58

ON A DEW DROP

61

HAY-MAKING

63

TO TRANQUILLITY

65

EFFUSION

67

CLIFTON

70

TO MY NEPHEW JOSEPH, ON HIS BIRTH-DAY, AUGUST 11TH, 1811

95

TO MY SISTER, ON HER BIRTH-DAY, MARCH 10TH, 1812

102

TO EMMA, ON HER REQUESTING MY OPINION OF WHAT CONSTITUTES A BEAUTIFUL FACE

105

TO MY NEPHEW FRANCIS, ON ENTERING ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL

108

TO MY SISTER MARY

113

TO MY NEPHEWS AND NIECES

115