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CONTENTS

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HOURS OF IDLENESS :-

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Ou tie ath of a Young Lady-.“ Hush'd are the winii"

To E-"Jiet folly smile"

To D—-" In thee I fondly hoped

Epitaph on a Friend—“Oh, friend! for ever

A Fragment—"When to their airy hall "

On leaving Newstead Abbey—“Through thy battlements

Answer to Lines written in “ Letters to an Italian Nun and

an English Gentleman,” &c.—“Dear simple girl".

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Adrian's Address to his Soul when Dying—Ah! gentle 7

Translation from Catullus—"Equal to Jove'

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Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and Tibullus—" He who

sublime

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Imitation of Tibullus “Cruel Cerinthus"

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Translation from Catullus—" Ye Cupids"

Imitated from Catullus. To Ellen—“Oh! might I kiss

Translation from Horace_-The man of firm and noble soul”

From Anacreon—" I wish to tune"

-"'Twas now the hour"

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the Prometheus Vinctus, &c. -"Great Jove"

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To Emma—“Since now the hour"

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M. S. G.–“Whene'er I view those lips

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Caroline .“ Think'st thou I saw

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" When I hear you express

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“Oh! when shall the grava

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Stanzas to a Lady, with the Poems of Canoens-- " This

votive pledge"

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The First Kiss of Love" Away with your fictions

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On a Change of Masters at a Great Public School -" Where

are those honours"

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To the Duke of Dorset "Dorset ! whose early steps

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Fragment, written shortly after the Marriage of Miss ('ha-

worth—“ Hills of Annesley"

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Granta. A Medley—“ Oh ! could Le Sage's"

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Cu a Distant View of the Village and School of Harrow-on-
the-Hill-—" Ye scenes of my childhood"

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To M—“Oh! did those eyes

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Woman—" Woman! experience might”

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M. S. G.-" When I dream that

you love me

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» Mary, on receiving her Picture - This faint,"

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BOURS OF IDLENESS-continued.

To Lesbia--" Lesbia! since far from you"

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Lines addressed to a Young Lady, alarmed by a bullet hise-
ing near her-" Doubtless, sweet girl

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Love's last Adieu-.“ The roses of love"

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Vamætas-" In law an infant”

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To Marion—" Marion! why that pensive brow

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To a Lady who presented to the Author a Look of Hair
braided with his own—" These locks"

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Oscar of Alva. A Tale—“ How sweetly shines".

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The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus—"Nisus, the guardian 38

Translation from the Medea of Euripides—"When fierce 46

Thoughts suggested by a College Examination—" High in

the midst

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To a beautiful Quaker-"Sweet girl! though only once 49

The Cornelian--" No specious splendour

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An Occasional Prologue to “ The Wheel of Fortune

“ Since the refinement

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On the Death of Mr. Fox, with the Author's Reply--“Oh
factious viper”

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The Tear-" When Friendship or Love

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Reply to some Verses of J. M. B. Pigot, Esq;, on the Cruelty

of his Mistress—" Why, Pigot, complain

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To the sighing Strephon=“Your pardon, my friend". 54

To Eliza" Eliza, what fools are the Mussulman sect

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Lachin y Gair—"Away, ye gay landscapes

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To Romance—“ Parent of golden dreams

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Answer to some elegant Verses sent by a Friend to the

Author—“ Candour compels me

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Elegy on Newstead Abbey—“Newstead ! fast-falling 59

Childish Recollections—" When slow disease'

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Answer to a beautiful Poem, entitled “ The Common Lot"

-“ Montgomery! true, the common lot”.

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Lines addressed to the Rev. J. T. Becher, on his advising

the Author to mix more with Society" Dear Becher,

you tell me

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The Death of Calmar and Orla—"Dear are the days" 73

To Edward Noel Long, Esq. -“ Dear Long, in this

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To a Lady—“Oh! had my fate"

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"I would I were a careless child

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“ When I roved a young Highlander”

To George, Earl Delawar- Oh! yes, I will own

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To the Earl of Clare" Friend of my youth”

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Lines written beneath an Elm in the Churchyard of Harrow

L“ Spot of my youth”

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Lines inscribed upon a Cup formed from a Skull" Start

not-nor deem

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On revisiting Harrow_" Here once engaged

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ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS

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Postscript to the Second Edition

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Lines written in an Album at Malta—" As o'er the cold" 115

To Florenco" Oh Lady! when I left”.

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Stanzas composed during a Thunder-storm-"Chill and mirk" 116

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Stanzas written on passing the Ambracian Gulf—“Through
cloudless skies"

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The spell is broke, the charm is flown"

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Reply to Lines written in the Travellers' Bock at Orchomenus

-“The modest bard”

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" Maid of Athens, ero we part

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Written after Swimming from Sestos to Abydos -“ If, in the

inonth

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Lines written beneath a Picture—“Dear object”

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Translation of the famous Greek War Song—“Sons of the

Greeks”

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Translation of the Romaic Song—“I enter thy garden

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THE CURSE OF MINERVA

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On Parting_" The kiss, dear maid"

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To Thyrza—" Without a stone".

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Away, away, ye notes of woe

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"One struggle more, and I am free

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Euthanasia" When Time, or soon or late'

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" And thou art dead, as young as fair”

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“ If sometimes in the haunts of men

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On a Cornelian Heart,“ Ill-fated heart"

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Lines to a Lady Weeping—“Weep, daughter

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The chain I gave was fair to view

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To Samuel Rogers, Esq.-“ Absent or present

138

Address, spoken at the opening of Drury Lane Theatre, Satur-

day, October 10, 1812>" In one dread night"

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Verses found in a Summer-house at Hales-Owen—" When

Dryden's fool”

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THE Waltz: an Apostrophic Hymn

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To Time_“Time! on whose arbitrary wing

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Thou art not false, but thou art fickle”

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“ Remember him, whom passior's power”

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THE GIAOUR: A Fragment of a Turkish Talo

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Impromptu, in Reply to a Friend~" When, from the heart” 182

THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS: A Turkish Tale.

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To Gonevra—" Thine eyes' blue tenderness"

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THE CORSAIR...

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Windsor Poetics—“ Famed for contemptuous"

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POEMS ON NAPOLEON

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Stanzas for Music," I speak not, I trace rot

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“ Fill the goblet again ! for I never before"

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Address intended to hare been spoken at the Calcional Moct.
ing, 1814—" Who hath not glow'd”

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LARA: A Tale

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Condolatory Address to Sarah, Countess of Jersey—“ When

the vain triumph

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Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart. --
“ There is a tear"

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To Belshazzar-"Belshazzar ! from the banquet

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LEBRITY VELODIES-

" She walks in beauty".

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“ The harp the monarch minstrel swept” .......

• If that high world"

“ The wild gazelle" .

« Ob! weep for those " ......

On Jordan's banks”.

Jephtha's Daughter—“Since our Country” ....

Oh ! snatch'd away in beauty's bloom" ......

“My soul is dark"

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“ Thy days are done" ............

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Song of Saul before his last battle" Warriors and chicis" 299

Saul --" Thou whose spell” ..........

All is Vanity—“ Fame, wisdom, love ” ..

“ When coldness wraps this suffering clay"

Vision of Belshazzar=“ The King was on his throne"

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“ Sun of the sleepless ” ..............:::::::

• Were my bosom as false as thou deem'st it to be "

Herod's Lament for Mariamne—“Oh ! Marianne"

On the day of the Destruction of Jerusalemi-“ From

last hill ".....

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By the Rivers of Babylor.--"We sate down and went "

Destruction of Sennacherib-“The Assyrian came" ,

“A spirit pass'd before me”.......

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Stanzas for Music "There be none" ........

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THE SIEGE OF CORINTH..........

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Stanzas for Music—". There's not a joy" ....

PARISINA...........

" Fare thee well! and if for ever" ..........

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A Sketch-“ Born in the garrot".......

Stanzas to Augusta—“ When all around" ......

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THE PRISONER OF CHILLON ............

Monody on the Death of Sheridan-When the last sunshin
Stanzas to Augusta-" Though tuo day" ....

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Epistle to Augusta—“My sister ! my sweet sister"

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THE DREAM ....

Darkness—"I had a dream”.

Churchill's Grave--" I stood beside the grave "

Prometheus—" Titan! to whose immortal eyes" ...

A Fragment-" Could I remount” ......

To Lake Leman-" Rousseau-Voltaire, &c.".

Lines on hearing that Lady Byron was ill--" And lbou wort

sad” ........

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MANFRED : A Dramatic Poem ...

“ Bright be the place of thy soul” ......

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Stanzas for Music-" They say that hope"

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THE LAMENT OF TASSO.................

CAIN: A Mystery ......................

THE VISION OF JUDGMENT ........

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