Podrobnosti o knize
Knihy ve službě Google Play
Days of my Youth. By the Hon. St. George Tucker
Love's Jubilee. By James Hogg
To the Clouds. By John Clare
The Battle of Hastings
Stanzas for Music .
A Farewell to the Muse. By Miss M. J. Jewsbury
Field Flowers. By Thomas Campbell, Esq.
The Bride's Farewell
Holyrood. By Miss L. E. Landon
The Moon. By Miss L. E. Landon
Song. By the Rev. J. Wolfe
Woman. By the Rev. E. Barnard
The Ship's Return. By Miss Benger
My Mother's Grave
Aymer's Tomb. By Mrs. Hemans
An Evening Meditation
The Scarf of Gold and Blue. By H. G. Bell, Esq.
Ballad. By Thomas Hood, Esq.
My Home. By the Rev. E. Barnard
The Greek Exile
A Lament for the Fairies
They are no more. By Charles Swain, Esq.
The Voice of Home. By Mrs. Hemans
Ballad. By Cornelius Webbe
To Mary. By John Roby, Esq.
Forget Thee! By the Rev. John Moultrie
The Distant Ship. By Mrs. Hemans
The Minstrel’s Monitor
Childe Harold's last Pilgrimage. By the Rev. W. Lisle Bowles
Love. By Thomas Doubleday, Esq.
I'm not a Lover now
333 334 335 336 337
ib. 338 340 341 343 344 347 348 350 352 353 354 355 356 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365
The How of Phantast. By Ismael Fitzadam
The Wreck. By Mrs. Hemans
On the Death of Miss Souther. Br Miss Bowles
The Priestess of Testa
Stanzas for Music. By James Hogg
Youth Renewed. By James Montgomery, Esq.
The Lover's Farewell to his Lyre By J. H. Wifen, Esq.
Arria. Br Miss M. J. Jewsbury
Chantrey's Sleeping Children. By the Rer. W. Lisle Bowles
THE CONFLAGRATION OF MOSCOW.
BY THE REV. C. C. COLTON.
Her royal nest the Russian eagle fires,
And to the wild recess — revenged — retires ;
Her talons unexpended lightnings arm,
And high resentments all her courage warm.
Tempt not, thou fiend of France! her arduous track;
Ambition spurs thee on-defeat shall goad thee back.
False friends in rear, in front a stubborn foe,
Thy caterer, famine,—and thy couch the snow :
Then view that fiery cope with ghastly smile,
'Tis thy ambition's grand funereal pile.
Blaze on, ye gilded domes, and turrets high,
And like a furnace glow, thou trembling sky!
Be lakes of fire the tyrant's sole domain,
And let that fiend o'er flames and ruins reign ;
Doomed like the Rebel Angel, to be shown
A fiery dungeon, where he hoped a throne.
Blaze on! thou costliest, proudest sacrifice,
E'er lit by patriot hands, or fanned by patriot's sighs.
Song. By Ismael Fitzadam
The Battle of Algiers. By Ismael Fitzadam ,
Ginevra. By Percy Bysshe Shelley
To a Poet's Infant Child. By Miss Jewsbury
Our Lady's Well. By Mrs. llemans
The Dirge of Wallace. By Thomas Campbell, Esq.
Anna's Grave. By William Gifford, Esq.
An Evening Sketch. By. D. M. Moir, Esq.
Invocation to the Queen of the Fairies. By James Hogg
The North-wester. By.John Malcolm, Esq.
Abjuration. By Miss Bowles
On Parting with my Books. By Leigh Hunt, Esq.
The Flight of Xerxes. By Miss Jewsbury
Stanzas. By T. K. Hervey, Esq.
To an Eagle. By J. G. Percival Esq., M. D.
The Lost Star. By Miss L. E. Landon
The Old Maid's Prayer to Diana
Stanzas for Music. By the Rev. Thomas Dale
Stanzas. By John Malcolm, Esq.
Youth and Age. By S. T. Coleridge, Esq.
A Sketch. By John Malcolm, Esq.
Poesy. By Charles Swain, Esq.
A Lucid Interval. By James Montgomery, Esq.
Tyre. By Mrs. Howitt
Cassabianca. By Mrs. Hemans
The Drooping Willow. By L. E. L.
Punch and Judy
A Persian Precept
Address to Lord Byron, on the Publication of Childe Harold. By
Granville Penn, Esq.
Lights and Shadows
The Wall-flower. By D. M. Moir, Esq
The Red Fisherman. By W. M. Praed, Esq.
Autumn. By John Keats
Lines written on a Blank Leaf of Moore's Irish Melodies
Friends. By James Montgomery, Esq.
Solitude. By John Malcolm, Esq.
The Cypress Tree. By D. M. Moir, Esq.
Stanzas. By Bishop Heber
America and England. By Washington Allston, Esq.
Ode to a Steam Boat. By Thomas Doubleday, Esq.
The Inconstant's Apology. By M. G. Lewis, Esq.
The Worshipper. By Miss L. E. Landon
Retirement. From a Picture by Leahy. By Miss L. E. Landon 234
Godiva. A Tale
The Sea Cave. By Thomas Doubleday, Esq.
Ivan the Czar. By Mrs. Hemans
Hope. By Henry Neele, Esq.
I cannot Love but One. By Lord Byron
Anastasius to his Child Alexis. By the Rev. C. H. Townsend
Song. By Percy Rolle
The Death of the First-born. By Alaric A. Watts
Think of me. By Miss L. E. Landon
The Female Exile. By Miss Bannerman
To a Dead Eagle. By D. M. Moir, Esq.
A Lament for Chivalry
Napoleon at the Kremlin. By Mrs. Charles Gore
Lines with a knife