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The Water Fiends
A Court Audience
The Elder Brother
The Pilgrims and the Peas
Frank Haman
The Jewess and her Son
The Razor Seller
Moses Mousetrap
Tinker and Glazier
Report of an adjudged Case
The Petit-Maitre and Man on the Wheel
The Press Warrant ..

Colman 188

Anon. 192
Colman 193
Pindar 200
Taylor 202
Pindar 205

ditto 806
Anon. 208
Harrison 211
Cowper 214
Pindar 215
Anon. 216

Sentimental and pathetic.

The Cast-away

Cowper 217
The Passions

Collins 220
The Statue of the Dying Gladiator, a Prize Poem Chinnery 223

Ditto (not a Prize Poem) Anon. 225
To Sleep

Currie 227

Smyth 228
The cast-away Ship ..

Montgomery 229
The Sequel..

ditto 232
To Delia

Sheridan 233
Lines left in a Grotto

ditto 234

Darwin 236
To Mary in Heaven

Burns ib.

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Pilgrim's Farewell
The Soldier's Dream..
Stanzas, written over the Grave of an Officer
The Mariner
Exile of Erin
Stanzas, written for the Shrine of Bertha

The Butterfly to his Love
Ode to Melancholy
Reflections ..
Shipwreck ...
To Melancholy
Pious Memory
The Fugitive
The Poplars Felled
The Orphan Boy
Thoughts at Midnight
The Orphans
Lines written on the Sea Shore
Pity's Tear..
The Virgin's first Love
The Sigh
Character of the Fair Sex
The Disabled Soldier
The Superanvuated Horse
To Mary
*To Memory
Birth-day Retrospect
The Flower
Song from afar
Moral Stanzas
Peace and Glory


Opie 234
Robinson 238
.. Campbell 240
.. Robinson 241

. Radcliffe 242
.. Campbell ib.

. Robinson 244
. Radcliffe 246

Carter 243
Robinson 250
Radcliffe 253

Carter ib.
Radcliffe 255

Dodd 236
. Robinson 258

Cowper 260
.. Thelwall 261

Carter 264
Anon. 265
Carter 263
Cotion 269
Anon. 270

Opie 271
.. Coleridge 272
Ledyard 273
Anon. 274

ditto 277
Byrom 278
Anon. 279

ditto 280
Lawson 292

Smith 284
Talbot 255
Moore 286

To the Herb Rosemary
The Close of Life
The Wounded Hussar
Lines written on the Grave of a Suicide..
Lines written at Midnight
The Complaint of Colma

White 287
Moore 283

Anon. 289
.. Campbell 291

ditto 292
Rogers 293
Chatterlon ib.

Anon. 296
Anon. 297


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WAS dark; from every mountain head
The sunny smile of heaven had fled,
And evening, over hill and dale,
Dropt with the dew, her shadowy veil;
In fabled Tajo's darkning tide
Was quench'd the

golden ray ;
Silent, the silent stream beside,
Three gallant people's hope and pride,

Three gallant arnies lay.
Welcome to them the clouds of night,
That close the fierce and hurried fight ;-
And wearied all, and none elate,
With equal hope and doubt they wait

fiercer bloodier day.

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