Imitation of Petrarch.
The Captive ..
Lines addressed to a Lady, who had written in the
author's pocket book, " Swift as a Shadow!!! 189
Lines on seeing a Cross worn on a Lady's Breast .. 190
Sonnet to Delia . .
To the New Moon ..
Farewel to Edinburgh
Song written for and sung at an entertainment given
at Annapolis, to Lieut. George Mann and Dr.
Harwood, of the United States navy
Translation of the cvili. Sonnet of Camoens 206
Peace, ye sorrows of my soul,"
* By thy blue eyes' languid roll,”
Oh! wert thou hail'd the sole queen,'
On reading Charlotte Smith's Sonnets
On the early approach of Winter, in the island of
St. John's, October 1803 .
J. B. Matos. Sonnet III.
From clime to clime a ranger,
Thro' the forest the sound of the axe has been
The Cricket ...
'Tis true the Muse's darling child,"
From rich Patapsco's yellow wave,"
'Tis dark, and the thick clouds are rolling," 230
And let the Warrior's laurel fade!”..... 231
The News-man's address to all his Worthy Cus-