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VIIL." And Lust thou go?

20 Extract from an Address to Contemplation

IX. “When I sit musing on the chequer'd To the Rosemary

ib. To the Morning

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X. “When high romance, o'er every wood My own Character

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and stream"

ib. Ode on Disappointment

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1.“ Hush'd is the lyre"

21 Lines, written in Wilford Church-Yard, on

XII. “Once more, and yet once more" ib. Recovery from Sickness

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Time

ib. The Christiad

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Childhood, Part I.

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II.

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Fragment of an Eccentric Drama

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To a Friend

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On reading the Poems of Warton

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TRIBUTARY VERSES

To the Muse

ib.

To Love

ib.

Lines and Note, by Lord Byron

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'The Wandering Boy

ib.

-written in the Homer of Mr. H. K.

Fragment—“The western gale"

ib.

White

ib.

Ode, written on Whit-Monday

ib.

To the Memory of H. K. White, by a Lady

Canzonet

ib. Stanzas, supposed to have been written at the

Commencement of a Poem on Despair

ab.
grave of H. K. White, by a Lady

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To the Wind a Fragment

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Ode on the late H. K. White .

ib

The Eve of Death

ib Verses occasioned by the Death of H. K.

Thanatos

ib. White, by Josiah Conder

Athanatos.

ib.

Bonnet by Arthur Owen.

On Music.

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-in Memory of Mr. H. K. White ib.

Ode to the Harvest Moon

ib. Reflections on reading the Life of the late

Song—“Softly, softly blow, ye breezes ib.

H. K. White, by William Holloway.

The Shipwrecked Solitary's Song .

33 Lines, on reading the Poem on Solitude, by

Sonnet

ib

Josiah Conder

ib.

On being confined to School one pleasant

To the Memory of H. K. White, by the Rer.

Morning in Spring; written at the Age of

W. B. Culiyer, A. M.

Thirteen

ib. On the Death of H. K. White, by T. Park

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INSCRIPTION

BY WILLIAM SMYTH, Esq.

PROFESSOR OF MODERN HISTORY, CAMBRIDGE;

ON A MONUMENTAL TABLET,

WITH A MEDALLION BY CHANTREY,

ERECTED IN ALL-SAINTS' CHURCH, CAMBRIDGE,

AT THE EXPENSE OF FRANCIS BOOTT, ESQ.

OF BOSTON, UNITED STATES.

HENRY KIRKE WHITE,

Born March 21st, 1785; Died October 10th, 1800.

WARM with fond hope, and learning's sacred flame,
To Granta's bowers the youthful Poet came;
Unconquer'd powers, th’immortal mind display'd,
But worn with anxious thought the frame decay'd :
Pale o'er his lamp and in his cell retired,
The Martyr Student faled and expired.
O Genius, Taste, and Piety sincere,
Too early lost, midst duties too severe!
Foremost to mourn was generous Southey seen,
He told the tale and show'd what White had been,
Nor told in vain-far o'er th' Atlantic wave,
A Wanderer came and sought the Poet's grave
On yon low stone he saw his lonely name,
And raised this fond memorial to his fame.

W.&

LINES

BY LORD BYRON.

NO marble marks thy couch of lowly sleep,
But living Statues there are seen to weep.
Affliction's semblance bends not o'er thy torb,
AAliction's self deplores thy youthful doam.

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