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ADDITIONAL POEMS:-

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Aylmer's Field..

227 National Song....

262

Sea Dreams..

Dualisms...

269

The Grandmother.

235

We are Frec........

263

Northern Farmer

237 Οι ρέοντες.......

263

Tithonus..

238

The Voyage..

POEMS (Published in the Edition of 1833, and omit-

239

ted in later Editione):-

In the Valley of Cauteretz

240

Sonnet.....

263

The Flower..

240

To

263

The Islet....

240

Requiescat..

264

240

Buonaparte..

Sonpets..

264

The Sailor-boy.

240

264

The Ringlet.....

The Hesperides...

240

265

A Welcome to Alexandra.

Rosalind..

241

Note to Rosalind..

265

Ode sung at the Opening of the Interna-

tional Exhibition....

241

265

Song..

265

A Dedication.....

Kate,

241

Sonnet..

266

The Captain : a Legend of the Navy. 242

Sonnet.

266

Three Sonnets to a Coquette..

242

Sonnet..

266

On a Mourner...

242

Song..

266

243

O Darling Room..

266

Song

To Christopher North.

243

OCCASIONAL POEMS:-

EXPERIMENTS:

No More.....

267

Boždicea..

243

Anacreontics..

267

In Quantity..

244

A Fragment.

207

Specimen of a Translation of the Iliad in

Sonnet.........

267

Blank Verse.....

245

Sonnet....

267

The Skipping-rope..

267

On Translations of Homer

245

The New Timon and the Poets.

267

The Voice and the Peak

245 Literary Squabbles....

265

“Frater Ave Atque Vale”

245

Stanzas..

268

Sonnet.

268

MISCELLANEOUS:

Britons, Guard Yonr Own....

269

The Northern Farmer. New Style. 246 The Third of February, 1852..

269

The Victim..

247

Hands All Round...

269

Wages ....

24S

The War...

270

The Higher Pantheism.

248 1565–1866...

270

"Flower in the Crannied Wall".

248

On a Spiteful Letter...

270

Lucretius....

248

Prefatory Sonnet to "The Nineteenth Cent-

The Golden Supper....

250

ury"...

270

Montenegro..

270

To Victor Hugo.......

270

Achilles over the Trench.

271

ADDITIONAL POEMS.

QUEEN MARY...

273

TIMBUCT00.....

254 HAROLD..

309

POEMS (Published in the Edition of 1830, aud omit-

POEMS, BY Two BROTHERS :-

tod in later editions):

Stanzas

330

Elegiacs.....

256

"In early youth I lost my sire"

330

The "How" and the “Why".

256

Memory...

330

Supposed Confessions of a Second-rate Sen-

“Yes—there be some gay souls who never

sitive Mind not in Unity with Itself.. 256

weep"

331

The Burial of

258

of Loye...

"Have ye not seen the buoyant orb ?"... 331

To

259

The Exile's Harp....

331

Song.

255

“Why should we weep for those who die?” 332

Song.

258 "Religion ! tho' we seem to spurn" 332

Song

258

Remorse...

332

Nothing will Die.

259

"On golden evenings, when the suu 333

All Things will Die.

259

The Dell of E

333

Hero to Leander..

259

My Brother....

333

The Mystic....

260

Antony to Cleopatra....

334

The Grasshopper..

260

“I wander in darkness and sorrow". 334

Love, Pride, and Forgetfulness...

260

“To one whose hope reposed on thee" 334

Chorus in an Unpublished Drama, written

The Old Sword .....

325

very early..

260

The Gondola

335

Lost Hope..

261

" We meet no more

".

335

The Tears of Heaven

261

Written by an Exile of Bassorah, while

Love and Sorrow

261

sailing down the Euphrates.....

335

To a Lady Sleeping.

261

Maria to her Lute, the Gift of her Dying

Sonnet..

261

Lover

336

Sonnet

261

The Vale of Bones.

336

Sonnet.

261

To Fancy.

337

Sonnet.

261

Boyhood..

337

Love

262 “Did not thy roseate lips outvie"

337

The Kraken.

262 Huntsman's Song.

338

English War-song.

262 Persia..

333

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Egypt.......

839 The Slighted Lover.....

356

The Druid's Prophecies.

339

Cense, railer, cease! unthinking man", 356

Lives to one who entertained a light opin-

Anacreontic..

356

ion of an eminent character.

340

“In winter's dnll and cheerless reign". 356

Swiss Song

340

Sunday Mobs..

356

Expedition of Nadir Shah into Hindustan.. 340 Phrenology

357

Greece....

341

Love.

357

The Maid of Savoy..

Το

358

Ignorance of Modern Egypt.

341 Song..

358

Midnight......

341

Imagination ..

358

"In summer, when all nature gluws". 342

The Oak of the North...

358

Scotch Song

342 Exhortation to the Greeks.

360

" Borne on light wings of buoyant down" 342 King Charles's Visiun...

360

Song..

342 Tue LOVER'S TALE.......

362

“The stars of you blue placid sky' 343

Friendship....

343

Tue CHARGE OF THE HEAVY BRIGADE.

372

On the Death of my Grandmother

"THE REVENGE

373

"And ask ye why these sad tears stream !" 343 Tue DEFENCE OF LOOKNOW.

374

On Sublimity.

343

The Deity

DE PROFUNDIS........

376

344

The Reign of Love...

345 BALLADS, AND OTHER PoEus: -

""Tis the voice of the dead”

345 The First Quarrel...

876

Time: an Ode....

845 Rizpah.......

378

God's Denunciations against Pharach-Ho-

The Northern Cobbler.

879

phra, or Apries..

346

The Sisters

381

"All joyous in the realms of day" 346 The Village Wife; or, The Entail

383

The Battle-field....

346 In the Children's Hospital.....

385

The Thander-storm..

346 Sir John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham.

886

The Grave of a Suicide

347

Columbus....

387

On the Death of Lord Byron...

347 The Voyage of Maeldune...

389

The Walk at Midnight..

Mithridates presenting Berenice with the

To the Rev. W. H. Brookfield.

385

Cup of Poison..

348

The Bard's Farewell.

To Virgi.........

348

391

Epigram..

348 TRANSLATIONS :-

On being asked for a simile, to illustrate

Battle of Brunanburh.......

391

the advantage of keeping the passions

To the Princess Frederica of Hanover on

subservient to reason....

348

her Marriage..

392

Epigram on a Musician

349

Sir John Franklin..

392

The Old Chieftain.....

349

To Dante...

392

Apollonius Rhodius's Complaint

349

The Fall of Jerusalem....

349

Lamentation of the Peruvians..

350

THE WINDOW;

Short Eulogium on Homer..

350

"A sister, sweet endearing naine!"

350

OR,

“ The sun goes down in the dark blue

THE SONGS OF THE WRENS.

main".

351

“Still, mute, and motionless she lies". 351 I. ON THE HILL

393

"Oh! never may frowns and dissension

"The lights and shadows fly.”

molest'

351 II. AT THE WINDOW..

393

On a Dead Enemy

351

“Vine, vine and eglantine."

Lines on hearing a description of the scen- III. Goxe!

393

ery of Sonthern America.

351

“Gone! gone till the end of the year."

The Duke of Alva's Observation on Kings 352 IV. WINTER..

393

“Ah! yes, the lip may faintly smile". 352

“ The frost is here, and fuel is dear."

“Thou camest to thy bower, my love”... 352 V. SPRING....

895

Το

352

** Birds' love and birds'

song."

The Passions..

352 VI. Tix LETTER

395

The High-priest to Alexander..

353

"Where is another sweet as my sweet?"

"The dew, with which the early mead is VII. No ANSWEB...

395

drest".

353

*The mist aud the rain, the mist and the

On the Moonlight shining upon a Friend's

rain."

Grave..

353 VIII. No ANSWER ..

395

A Contrast

353

“Winds are loud and you are dumb."

Epigram...

353 IX. THE ANSWER

395

The Dying Christian

353

"Two little hands that meet."

“Those worldly goods that, distant, seem

IXB, Ayl..

395

"How gayly sinks the gorgeous sun within

** Be merry, all birds, to-day.”

his golden bed"

354 X. WHEN?

396

"Oh! ye wild winds, that roar aud rave” 354 “Sun comes,moon comes, timeslips away."

Switzerland.

351 XI. MARRIAGE MORNING......

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A Glance......

355

Light, so low upon earth."

Babylon...

355

"Oh! were this heart of hardest steel"... 355 | DESPAIR

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