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Bird that art singing on Ebro's side, ib.
There are sounds in the dark Ron-
Keene, or Lament of an Irish Mo-
Pilgrim's Song to the Evening Star, ib.
Flowers and Music in a Room of
Burial of an Emigrant's Child,
Easter Day in a Mountain Church-
X. Mary at the Feet of Chris.,
XI. The Sisters of Bethany, &c.,
Look on me with thy cloudless eyes, ib. XIII. The Women of Jerusalem at
If thou hast crush'd a flower,
420 XIV. Mary Magdalene at the Sepu'
O! if thou wilt not give thine heart, 422
How can that love so deep, so lone, ib.
VII. The Annunciation,
IX. The Penitent anointing Christ's
XV. The Same, bearin Tidir cs of
Hymn of the Vaudois Mountaineers, 477
Hymn of the Traveller's Household, 488
Mother's Litany by the Sickbed of
A Penitent's Return,
A Thought of Paradise.
Let us Depart,
To a Picture of Chris. earing the
Communings with Th. ght,
IV. Picture of Infan: Christ with
VIII. The Lilies of the Field,
XII. The Darkness of the Crucifixion, 512
XIV. Old Church in an English Park, ib.
XV. A Church in North Wales, 513
III. On Records of Immature Ge-
IV. On watching the flight of a
VI. Distant Sound of the Sea at
II. To Silvio Pellico on reading
X. A Remembrance of Grasmere, ib.
XI. Thoughts connected with trees, ib.
XIII. On Reading Paul and Vir-
XV. Images of Patriarchal life
IV. On a Scene in a Dargle,
V. On reading Coleridge's Epitaph 524
VIII. Hope of Future Communior
Critical Remarks on the Genius o
ib. Ditto by Professor Norton,
THE VESPERS OF PALERMO.
A TRAGEDY, IN FIVE ACTS.
COUNT DI PROCIDA.
ANSELMO, a Monk.
CONSTANCE, Sister to Eribert
Nobles, Soldiers, Messengers, Vassals, Peasants, &c. &c.
SCENE I.-A Valley with Vineyards and Cottages.
Groups of Peasants-PROCIDA, disguised as a
1st Pea. Ay, this was wont to be a festal time
Yes! there are sounds
Of revelry within the palaces,
Alas! we sat,
Falls on the peasant's neck as heavily
We are bow'd
Pea.'s Child. My father, tell me when Shall the gay dance and song again resound Amidst our chestnut-woods, as in those days Of which thou'rt wont to tell the joyous tale?
1st Pea. When there are light and reckless hearts once more
The weight of work-day care:-they meet to speak
Pro. (from the background.) Ay, it is well
An Old Pea.
Came with that startling tone?
What deep voice
It was our guest's,
Of knightly ermine! That commanding step
Old Pea. Nay, rather, mark him not; the times
Peace! we are bece
By snares on every side, and we must learn
The word is death:
That thou shouldst cling to it thus? thou abject thing?