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LETOR LIBRARY H8 20 1377 NEW-Yve
Poems PUBLISHED IN 1798 :-
France. An Ode
Frost at Midnight
Fears in Solitude
The Nightingale: a Conversational Poem
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
SIBYLLINE LEAVES :-
Introduction to the Tale of The Dark Ladie
The Ballad of The Dark Ladie : a Fragment 97
Lewti, or the Circassian's Love-Chant
The Picture, or The Lover's Resolution
Apologetic Preface to “Fire, Famine and Slaughter” 113
Fire, Famine, and Slaughter. A War Eclogue
The Devil's Thoughts
The Two Round Spaces on the Tombstone
Recantation. Illustrated in the Story of the Mad Ox 143
Talleyrand to Lord Grenville. A Metrical Epistle . 149
A Stranger Minstrel
To Mr. Pye, on his Carmen Seculare
“O would the Baptist come again
Occasioned by the former
On a Reader of his Own Verses
“ If the guilt of all lying consists in deceit" 163
“Jack drinks fine wines, wears modish clothing," 163
“As Dick and I at Charing Cross were walking" 163
To a Proud Parent
EPIGRAMS (continued) :-
“Hippona lets no silly flush"
“Thy lap-dog, Rufa, is a dainty beast”
“Jem writes his verses with more speed'
“Doris can find no taste in tea"
“What? rise again with all one's bones ?" 165
On a Bad Singer
Occasioned by the last
On a Modern Dramatist
Directory and Direct-tory
. · 166
On a very ugly woman
“There comes from old Avaro's grave"
“Last Monday all the papers said"
To a Critic who quoted an isolated passage, and
then declared it unintelligible
Song to be sung by the lovers of all the noble liquors
comprised under the name of Ale
Epitaph on Bad Man
Drinking versus Thinking; or, a Song against the
New Philosophy :
A Hint to Premiers and First Consuls
The Wills of the Wisp : a Sapphic
“What is an Epigram? a dwarfish whole"
“Charles, grave or merry, at no lie would stick" 171
“An evil spirit 's on thee, friend ! of late"
“Here lies the Devil-ask no other name"
To one who published in print what ha bee
entrusted to him by my fireside
“Scarce any scandal, but has a handle"
“How seldom, friend, a good great man inherits" 172
Reply to the above
“Old Harpy jeers at castles in the air”
To a vain young lady
“From me, Aurelia, you desired”
For a House-dog's collar
"In vain I praise thee, Zoilus"
Epitaph on a Mercenary Miser
A Dialogue between an Author and his friend
Μωροσοφια, or Wisdom in Folly
“Each Bond-street buck conceits, unhappy elf !” 176
From an Old German Poet
On the Curious circumstance that in the German
language the Sun is feminine and the Moon
Spots in the Sun.
“When Surface talks of other people's worth " 177
To my Candle. The Farewell Epigram
“An excellent adage commands that we should” 178
Lines to W. L., Esq., while he sang a song to
To an Unfortunate Woman at the Theatre
Lines composed in a Concert-Room
The Day-dream. From an Emigrant to his absent
To a Young Lady, on her Recovery from a Fever. 189
Something Childish, but very Natural. Written in
Homesick. Written in Germany
Answer to a Child's Question
On Revisiting the Sea-shore, after long absence,
under strong medical reccommendation not to
Hymn before Sunrise in the Vale of Chamouni 194
The British Stripling's War-Song.
Lines written in the Album at Elbingerode, in the
Hartz Forest .
Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath
A Tombless Epitaph
SIBYLLINE LEAVES (continued) :
This Lime-tree Bower my Prison .
Ode to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, on the
twenty-fourth Stanza in her Passage over
Mount Gothard "
Tranquillity : an Ode
Dejection : an Ode
To a Friend who had declared his intention of
writing no more poetry .
To William Wordsworth. Composed on the night
after his recitation of a Poem on the Growth
of an Individual Mind
A Christmas Carol
The Virgin's Cradle-Hymn
Translation of a Passage in Ottfried's Metrical
Paraphrase of the Gospel
To Two Sisters : A Wanderer's Farewell
Farewell to Love
Mutual Passion. Altered and modernized from an
The Three Graves. A Fragment of a Sexton's
The Night-Scene. A Dramatic Fragment
To a Lady. With Falconer's Shipwreck
The Visionary Hope
The Happy Husband. A Fragment
Recollections of Love
An Ode to the Rain, composed before daylight on
the morning appointed for the departure of a
very worthy, but not very pleasant Visitor,
whom it was feared the rain might detain 262
Elegy, imitated from one of Akenside's Blank-verse
Epitaph on an Infant