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“ Ruin seize thee, reckless guide"
“Plague upon thee, Earl of B-

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F. B.
Doveton. 1880...
The Bostonian Prophet. 1779
Parody in the Life of Mrs. M. A. Clarke.

1809. (Connected with the Duke of York)
The Descent of Odin

The Descent of Timothy. J. H. Beattie. 1794

The Triumphs of Owen. Shirley Brooks, 1861
Gray's Pindaric Odes ...

Ode to Oblivion. | By G. Colman

Ode to Obscurity. I and R. Lloyd
Ode for Music. Cambridge. 1769

Two Travesties. 1786
A Long Story

A sequel. John Penn
A sequel. Henry James Pye
Latin translations of Gray's Poems. 1775
Mason's continuation of Gray's Ode
Runic Odes, in the manner of Mr. GRAY.

Thomas James Mathias. 1781
Ode in imitation of Gray. C. M. Fanshawe...

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The chapel bell, with hollow mournful sound
The Bow-bell tolls the knell of Bow-fair fun
My Lord now quits his venerable seat
The twilight curtains round the busy day
The pealing clock proclaims the close of day
The Judges toll the knell of Burdett's fame...
The vacant seats proclaim the parting day.
Improvement tolls the knell of what, of yore
The lamps refract the gleam of parting day...
The curfew tolls the knell of parting day
The wharf-bell tolls the knell of starting steam
The curtain falls, the signal all is o'er
Saint Martin tolls the hour of long past day
The sexton tolls the knell till parting day
St. Clement's tolls the knell of parting day...
The Station clock proclaims the close of day
The muffin-bell proclaims the parting day
The curlew rolls amidst the darting spray
The big clock lolls the knell of parting day...
The curfew tolls the knell of parting day
The Park proclaims the season's had its day
The church clock strikes the knell of parting day
The builder tolls the knell of Cremorne's day
The trumpets sound the coming of the Judge
Farewell old friend, and memory ever dear...
They think to tull the knell of prisoned Gray
The turret-clock proclaims the hour eleven...
The clock-tow'r tolls the bell of coming day
The candles tell the close of parting day
The pealing clock proclaims the close of day
The church-bells peal the message
The clanging crow-bar rings the pile's decay
The piano sounds the knell of parting day.
Rads toll the knell of England's passing day
Le rappel a marqué le jour en son déclin
The dustman tolls the coming of the morn ...
The porter tells the bell on starting day
The whistle shrieks the knell of parting day
The Curfew tolls the hour of locking up
The gard'ner rings the bell at close of Cay
The beaux are jogging on the pictured floor...
The shops are closed the sign of closing day
The sound of gunfire marked the closing day
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My Name is Norval. (From "Douglas "')

My name is Moses. J. P. Roberdeau
My name's the Doctor. 1819
My name is Scragg'em
My name's Tom Dibdin. The Times. 1803...
My name is Whitbread. Morning Post. 1812
My name is Canding. The Mélange. 1834 ..
My name is Lardner. 1831

My name is Norval,” burlesqued...
My name is Randolph. Figaro. 1886
My name is Balsour. Fun. 1887 ...

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Ode on the Spring

Ode on the Spring, by a Man of Fashion

Ode on the closing of the House of Commons
Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat

'Twas in a new constructed boat. 1805
'Twas on the pavement of a Lane. 1800
'Twas on the lofty Treasury's side. 1762

Ode on the Amputation of a Cat's Tail. 1795
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College. 1747

Ode on Ranelagh. 1775
Ode to Sir John Soane. 1824
Ode on the Distant Prospect of a Good Dinner.

Blackwood's Magazine. 1828
Ude on a Prospect of the Abolition of Eton

Montem. 1846

Ode on a Close Prospect of Eton. 1882
The Bard. A Pindaric Ode

The Bard. A Covent Garden Ode. 1809
The Union (Cambridge). 1817
The Barber. Thomas Erskine. 1824
“ Ruin seize thee, ruthless Earl.” The World.

Competition Parody. 1879

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Matthew Gregory Lewis.
Alonzo the Brave, and the fair Imogine ...

Giles Jollup the grave, and Brown Sally Green
Pilgarlic the Brave, and Brown Celestine
St. George and Caroline. 1820
Colenso the Brave. Shirley Brooks. 1865
Alfonso of Spain. 1875
A Terrible Tale. The Referee. 1884
Fire and Ale. Rejected Addresses. 1812
Fire and Water. 1887
Peggy the Gay, and the Bold Roger Gray.

The True Briton. 1799...

A Bulldog so fierce, and a Spaniel so meek"
The Little Green Man
“ Lemona was daughter of Hudda the Brave"

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MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS-continued.

PAGB.
The Erl King and the Cloud King

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The Cinder King.

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The Fire King, the Water King, and the Cotton
King. 1832.

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The old Hag in a Red Cloak. 1802

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The Squeaking Ghost. 1804

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Edward Bulwer, Lord Lytton.

A Midnight Meditation. W. E. Aytoun
The Nero Timon. 1846

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The New Timon and the Poets. A. Tennyson

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O, Darling room, my heart's delight

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Lord Lytton's foppery

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The Lady of Lyons. 1838

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The Bellows Mender. By W. T. Moncrieff 224
Melnotte's Speech on his ( Visionary) Palace... 224
A Parody from “Cinderella.' Albert Smith ...

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A Parody from H. J. Byron's burlesque “ The

very latest Edition of the Lady of Lyons" 225
The Model Health Palace ...

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The Lady of Lyons Married and Settled. By
H. C. Merivale ...

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The Sea Captain ; or, the Birthright. 1839

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Thackeray's burlesque criticism on the play 226
The Rightful Heir. Lyceum Theatre. 1868

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The Frightful Hair ; or, Who Shot the Dog ? 228
The Right-Fall Hair. H. T. Arden

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very last Days of Pompeii. R. Reece 228
An Epigram. W. S. Landor

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Before the Comitia, 1873...
The Dauntless Three. A Town aod Gown

Row. 1874
Thanatos. By the Ghost of Macaulay. 1875
Fifth of November. Town and Gown Row.

By Adon. 1874
Christ Church Beseiged. 1877
Lay of the Last Commemoration Dinner. 1880
Obstruction Utilised.

1881
How Horatius kept the Bridge. The Blue. 1881
A Lay of Modern Hammersmith. 1882
How Gladstone won the Election. 1885
Gladstonius. 1885
“Now Joseph C. of Birmingham.” 1885
A Lay of Modern London. 1880

Volumnia
The Battle of the Lake Regillus

The Chiswick Flower Fête. 1846
The Battle of the Vestries. The Tomahawk
A Lay of Modern London. 1872
The Football Match. 1878
A Prophecy of Capers. Fun
The Battle of Lake Mort. (The Boat race)..
The Dioscuri in Egypt. 1884

In the Arena. 1888
Henry of Navarre
The War of the Normas. (Oc Jenny Lind and

Grisi). Man in the Moon. 1847...
The Lord Mayor's Show. 1884
Ireland, 1890. Topical Times. 1886

The Great Rent Case. 1867
Ivry.

Before the Battle. The Daily News. 1886
Lay of the (Royal) Amphitheatre. 1845
A Lay of Modern England. 1847.
The luauguration of the Mayor. 1851
The City Tournament. Diogenes. 1853
A Lay of Ancient Rome. Albert Smith
Burlington. J. D. Parley. 1872 ...
Routhe's Revenge. Light Green. 1882
The New Naseby...
Parodies in Punch...
Landbillia
Hibernia
Song of December
The Laureate's Tourney. Bon Gaultier
A Lay of Modern Exon.

Exeter 1879
Rev. Thomas Moss.
The Beggar's Petition
Pity the sorrows of a poor old Man. 1769

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Pity the sorrows of a poor old Goose. 1804
Hebrew translation, Kottabos. 1881...
Pity the sorrows of a third class man. 1845..
Pity the sorrows of a poor old “Stag." 1845
Pity the sorrows of a poor old bridge. • 1846 ..
The Begging Imposter's Petition. 1849
Pity the troubles of a poor young Prince. 1850
Pity the sorrows of a poor young Girl. 1853 ...
Pity the sorrows of a poor old Clerk. 1856
Pity the sorrows of an ill-used Man. 1872
Pity the sorrows of a poor old Bar. 1874

Winthrop Mackworth Praed.
The Chaunt of the Brazen Head

The Chaunt of the Political Brazen Head. 1882
Plus de Politique. 1832

A Lyric from Highbury. Pall Mall. 1886

Thomas Babington, Lord Macaulay.
Lord Macaulay at tea

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The Armada. 1832

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A Conclusion by Dr. W. C. Bennett

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A Conclusion by the Rev. H. C. Leonard

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The Feast of Lanterns. Shirley Brooks. 1863 149
The Lord Mayor's Show. The World. 1879 150

On Gladstone's Midlothian Speeches. 1884... 151
Horatius

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The Fight of the Crescent. Cambridge. 1846

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Marcus Curtius, the Honest Lawyer. E. Allen 154
Gustavus of Drury Lane. E. H. Yates. 1855 155
Johnson. E. H. Yates. 1856

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Sibthorpius, Puppet Showman's Album. 1848

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The Fight for the Championship (Thomas

Sayers and Heenan, 1860). H. C. Pennell... 160
The Fight of Sayerius and Heenanius. 1860... 161
The Battle of the Bridge (Blackfriars). 1869... 162
A Lay of Ancient Stoke. 1875

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Match between Dryburgh and Sludgeborough.
Pastime. 1883

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The Battle of the Asses' Bridge.J. M. Lowry 165
Harcourtius of Derbiae. Truth. 1884

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The Battle of the Institute (of Mechanical
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A Lay of Modern England. Huberon Herbert.
Pall Mall Gazette. 1884

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Lars Porsenna. College Rhymes. 1855

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Mustering of the Hobbies. 1847

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The Sibylline Books. 1856

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How Titus Manlius Macauleius was made a
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The Battle of Lake Glenlivit. S. Lover. 1857 170
Lay of Modern England. Punch. 1866

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The Lay of Mr. Colt. Bon Gaultier

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WINTHROP MACKWORTH Praed-continued.

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A Letter of Advice

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On an Election at the Athenæum. 1838

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I remember, I remember. 1833

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The Nelson Column Drama. 1843 ...

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The Farmer's Corn Law Song. 1846
About the Weather
The Bankrupt to the Commissioner. 1848 199
Mistletoe Anticipations. Cuthbort Bede. 1851

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Good Night to the Season

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Good-bye to the Commons. 1880

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ValePunch. 1883

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A Parody from Life. 1883

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A Parody from Truth. 1885

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Farewell to the Season. 1886

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So the Jubilee's over! Truth. 1887

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Good-bye to the (Cricketing) Season. Punch 324
To a Jilt

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“Sleep, Mr. Speaker, 'tis surely fair.” By
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Samuel Rogers.
The Pleasures of Memory. 1792...

The Pains of Memory.' P. Bingham. 1812...
On a Tear
On a Tear. Fun...

Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Forged letters, published in 1852

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The Cenci, performance in 1886

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T'he Salacious Shelley Society. Truth 1886... 233
To a Skylark...

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To a Bicycle. Moonshine. 1885

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The Cloud

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The Cloud, from Cruikshank's Comic Almanack 234
The Other Cloud. Punch. 1880

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Seaward...

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Thrown Out. Hugh Cayley

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The Tale of the Sensitive" Freak.” The Umpire 236

Horace Smith.
Address to an Egyptian Mummy.

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The Answer of the Egyptian Mummy

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Lines to the Western Mummy. Gallaudet

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On Sir Moses Montefiore. Botcher. 1884

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A Parody on Horace Smith's "George Barne-
By Shirley Brooks. 1858

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William Makepeace Thackeray.
Violets. By L. E. L. ...

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Cabbages. W. M. Thackeray

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The Willow Tree. Two versions. Thackeray 213
There were Three Sailors of Bristol City

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• There were three dwellers in Gotham City."
Punch. 1884

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There were some Commissioners. 1887

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Peg of Limavaddy. 1843

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A Beautified Being

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Whiskey, driok divioe. 1840

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Henry (Irving) and Ellen (Terry). 1884 217
The Battle of Limerick...

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The Hampton Court Bicycle Meet. 1880 218
The Battle of O'Brine. The Globe. 1887

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The seven new Peers. 1831
The Trustee
Only seven. Henry S. Leigh. 1865
They are three. Shotover Papers.

1874
I've got seven. E. Compton. 1878...
Lay by the Archbishop of Canterbury. 1877.
The Ballad of the 'Bus. 1885
They are seven. Fun. 1885
We are seven. The Judge. 1885
More than seven
We are one
We are seven (Irish M. P.'s). 1877
They are five. 1877

We are seven (Unionists), 1886
Lucy. 1779 ...

On Wordsworth. Hartley Colerilge
Jacob. Phoebe Curey. 1854
Emancipation. F. B. Doveton.

The Baby's Debüt. Rejected Addresses. 1812
The Pet Lamb

Rink, pretty creature, Rink. d. iv. Mackenzie
My Heart leaps up

A Parody. William Maginn. 1820

“I met an old man on the road." 1811
She was a Phantom of delight.

“ It was a phantom of delight.” 1886
He was a great Panjandrum, quite. 1886

Dusty Bob. Comic Magazine. 1834
To the Cuckoo

“O Blythe newspaper ! From thy page." By

F. B. Doveton
The Reverie of poor Susan

The Reverie of a poor Squeezed 'un. 1885
Violots, do what they will
Fair women win the hearts of men.

1813
What women make of men...

The Yarra-Yarra unvisited. 1872
A Sonnet on the Sonnet...

French translation by M. de St. Beuve
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WILLIAM WORDSWORTH-continued.
Billy Routing. William Maginn
The Kail Pot. Blackwood's Magazine. 1821
Billy Blinn, Villiam Maginn
There is a River clear and fair. C. M. Fanshawe

Ralph Rattat. 1885
The Poets at tea
Containing imitations of

Lord Macaulay
Lord Tennyson
A. C. Swinburne
William Cowper
Robert Browning
William Wordsworth
E. A. Poe
D. G. Rossetti
Robert Burns

Walt Whitman
Ode on the Installation of Prince Albert. 1847
Peter Bell

A parody by Reynolds. 1819
A Parody by Shelley
The Dead Asses. 1819
Benjamin the Waggoner. 1819
Lord Byron on “ Peter Bell.” 1820
“There's something in a Aying horse.'
There's something in a stupid ass."
A mood of my own mind. T. L. Peacock.
Old Cumberland Pedlar. 1824
The Stranger. James Hogg. 1816...
The Flying Tailor. 1816 ...
James Rigg. 1816
Doctor Pill and Gaffer Quake
Tim the Tacket. 1881
William Wordsworth as Poet Laureate. 1843

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James Russell Lowell.
The Pious Editor's Creed

The Pious Chancellor's Creed. Punch. 1878
The Jingo's Creed. Funny Folks. 1879
The Unionist Editor's Creed. Pall Mail. 1887
Joe Chamberlain to Himself

When Doctors Disagree
On Recruiting...

Renegaders. William Guise. 1888
The Official Explanation. Chicago News.
Tennyson's latest. 1882

The Saga of dhab Doolittle. Bazard Taylor...
Jonathan to John

Joaquin Miller
The Fate of the Frontiersman. Bayard Taylor

Edgar Allan Poe.
E. A. Poe at tea ...
Deborah Lee. American Paper
Camomile Tea. Punch's Almanac. 1883
W. E. G. Judy. 1885.
Albert McGee. University News Sheet.
The Swells. Dramatic College Annual. 1868
The Polls. St. James's Gazette. 1885
The Bills. Funny Folks. 1886
The Sleigh Bells. Topical Times. 1886
Autumn Bells. Fun. 1886
The Bells. C. A. Waring. 1886
The Christmas Party. American Paper
The Bills. The Umpire. 1888
Christmas Bills. Pippins and Cheese. 1868
The Yells. John C. Morgan
An Appeal (Parody of “ 'T'he Raven."')
Relating to Ruddigore. Pall Mall Gazette
An Artist's Ravin'. Funny Folks
The Weekly Dispatch parody competition,
October 31, 1886. Poem by 7. C. Rose

Poem by F. B. Doveton
"Joe" a Chamberlainian Dream. Pall Mall

Gazette. 1887 ...
The Yankee Cryptogram. Topical Times. 1887
A Vision. Prison Poems by T. D. Sullivan, M.P.
Tullamore. The Weekly Dispatch. 1888
A list of Parodies of “The Raven.”
The Dutchman and the Raven
The Whitechapel Murders. Marcus
Christmas Boxes. Moonshine. 1887
The Ladies, after Dinner
To William (Gladstone). Saturday Review
Leonainie. The Daily News. 1886
The Lost Soul. Strange Visitors. 1869

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