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Essay on Man, From An.

Essay on the Genius and Writings of Pope,

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.1178 Featherstone's Doom

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From

Eternal hatred I have sworn against.
Eternal Spirit of the chainless Mind!.
Ethereal minstrel! pilgrim of the sky!.
Eve of St. Agnes, The.
Eve of St. Mark, The.
Evening (Shelley)
Evening, Ode to (Collins)
Evening Star, Ode to the.
Evening Walk, From An.
Ever let the Fancy roam.
Every-Day Characters, From.
Excelente Balade of Charitie, An..
Excursion, From The (Wordsworth).
Excursion, From Jeffrey's Review of The....
Exert thy voice, sweet harbinger of Spring!.
Expostulation and Reply..
Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James
Hogg
315
Extinction of the Venetian Republic, On the 286
Extract From the Conclusion of a Poem, Com-
posed in Anticipation of Leaving School..

...

223

Fables for the Holy Alliance, From....
Faintly as tolls the evening chime..
Fair Ines

...

Fair Isabel, poor simple Isabel!.

Fair seed-time had my soul, and I grew up..
Fair Star of evening, Splendor of the west.
Fair tree, for thy delightful shade.....
Fairies Song (Song of Fairies Robbing Or-

chard)
Fairy Song

Fairy Tale, A.

PAGE

...1151
Feeling of Immortality in Youth, On the.....1037
85 Feelings of a Republican on the Fall of Bona
984 parte

From The

514 Fergusson, Robert (1750-74)
312 Farmer's Ingle

Hour

Farewell! If Ever Fondest Prayer.
Farewell, life! My senses swim...
Farewell to the Forest (Ye Woods That Oft

at Sultry Noon)..

Farewell to the Highlands, Farewell to the
North (My Heart's in the Highlands).....
Farewell to the Land...

Farewell to the land where the clouds love
to rest

Farewell to the Muse

Farmer's Ingle, From The.

Fatal Sisters, The...

Father! the little girl we see..

Fear not 'tis but some passing spasm.
Fcars in Solitude....

3 Foray, The

.1135 Forc'd from home and all its pleasures..
.1137 Ford, John

842 Field Flower, A..

848 Fiend, I defy thee! with a calm, fixed mind.. 665
739 Fiesolan Idyl, A......

965
996
1014

50 Fifth Day's Interview, From.

47 Fight, The

223 Fill the blue horn, the blue buffalo horn....1000
826 Finch, Anne, Countess of Winchilsea (1661-
1147 1720)..

132 Fingal; An Ancient Epic Poem, From..
274 First Fathers, The.

1, 1352
92
...1151

892 First Looking into Chapman's Homer, On.. 753
2 First Sunday after Trinity..

.1133

232

First when Maggie was my care...
Fish, the Man, and the Spirit, The.
Fisherman's Song

·

Five years have past; five summers, with the
length

Fleece, The
Fletcher, John

Flow gently, sweet Afton, among thy green
braes

430

425 Flow, Precious Tears! Thus Shall My Rival
1136 Know

818

For a Grotto.

242

For A' That, an' A' That.
For an Epitaph at Fiesole..

286

1

For auld lang syne, my dear..

For Orford and for Waldegrave.

964
46

184

963
195

613

869 For the Slender Beech and the Sapling Oak. 998
.1148 For their elder sister's hair.............

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767

825

351
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Faithless Nelly Gray.

False Poets and True.

...

Fame, like a wayward girl, will still be coy.. 830 Forester's Carol, The..
Fame, On

830 Fountain, The (Rogers).

Familiar Style, On

1011 Fountain, The (Wordsworth)

Fancy (Keats)

Fancy, Ode to (Warton).

826 Four seasons fill the measure of the year....
84 Fragment of an Ode to Maia...
861 France: An Ode....

Fannie, To

Far from the sight of earth, yet bright and

Francis Beaumont-John Fletcher.

plain

1172 Fresh morning gusts have blown away all
513 fear

Fare Thee Well.

Fare thee well! and if forever.
Farewell!-But Whenever You Welcome the

514 Friar's Song, The (Though I Be Now a Gray,
Gray Friar)

999
427 Friend of the wise! and teacher of the good!. 365
484 Friends! hear the words my wandering
.1144 thoughts would say...

From eve to morn, from morn to parting
night

From Heaven my strains begin; from Heaven
descends
From heavy dreams fair Helen rose..
From low to high doth dissolution climb.
468 From Stirling castle we had seen.....
471 From the brown crest of Newark its sum-
1214 mons extending

66 From the ends of the earth, from the ends
968 of the earth

....

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666 From the forests and highlands.
353 From unremembered ages we.

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George Chapman

Getting Up on Cold Mornings..

Gipsy's Dirge, The (Wasted, Weary, Where-

fore Stay).....

Gipsy's Malison, The.

Graves of a Household, The..

Gray, Thomas (1716-1771)..

Gray's Letters, From..

Great Men Have Been among Us..

....

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PAGE

350 Ha! whare ye gaun, ye crowlin ferlie?...... 194
403 Had I but the torrent's might.

68
309

tains meet

Grecian Urn, Ode on a.

Green Grow the Rashes, 0.

...

Give me, O indulgent Fate!..

Give Me the Eyes That Look on Mine.
Glee for King Charles.

Glenfinlas

.......

Glory and loveliness have pass'd away.

Glory of Motion, The.

Glove and the Lions, The.

Go, fetch to me a pint o' wine.

God moves in a mysterious way.....
God said "Let there be light!".

God Scatters Beauty As He Scatters Flowers..
God's Judgment on a Wicked Bishop...
Godwin, William (1756-1836)...
Goethe in Weimar sleeps, and Greece.
Going a Journey, On.

Going Down with Victory.
Gondola, The

Goody Blake and Harry Gill..
Gordon, George Noel, Lord Byron (1788-
1824)..
Grasshopper and Cricket, On the (Keats)...
Grasshopper and the Cricket, To the (Hunt) 868 Heart's-Ease
Grave, From The....

37 Hellas, From..

Grave of Burns, At the.

291

Grave of Charles Lamb in Edmonton, At the..1297

....

...

Great spirits now on earth are sojourning...
Great things are done when men and moun-

Green Linnet, The..

Green little vaulter in the sunny grass......
Greenwood Tree, A (For the Slender Beech
and the Sapling Oak)..

Grongar Hin
Grove of Love, The (Beneath the Cypress
Shade)

Had this effulgence disappeared.

763 Hail to our Master!-Prince of Earth and
476 Air!

Hampstead, To

466 Happy Insensibility (Stanzas)
917 Happy Is England....

1 Happy is England! I could be content.
973 Hark, my soul! it is the Lord.....
473 Hark! 'Tis the Thrush....

316

436 Hark! 'tis the Thrush, undaunted, undeprest. 316
764 Harold

445

448

288

1103 Harp of the North! that mouldering long
870 hast hung
195 Harp That Once through Tara's Halls, The.. 426
145 Hartley Coleridge, To (To H. C.).......
......1166 Hast thou a charm to stay the morning-star. 362
983 Hast Thou Seen, with Flash Incessant....... 309
401 Have ye seen the tusky boar.
.213, 1261 Hawker, Robert Stephen (1804-1873).1150, 1267
1356 Hazlitt, William (1778-1830)..
.1007, 1268
.1022 He has conn'd the lesson now....
.1148
.1113 He is gone on the mountain.....
456
211 Headlong Hall, From....
998
228

68

366

871

825

468

963

737

975

975

560
368 Hail to the chief who in triumph advances!.. 455
171 Hail to the Headlong....
998
959

Hail to the Headlong! the Headlong Ap-Head-
long!

.......

Hear, Sweet Spirit, Hear the Spell..
Hearing Music.
.484, 1217 Hearken, thou craggy ocean pyramid!
764 Heart of Midlothian, From The..

Gryll Grange, From.

Guard-Room, The

Guy Mannering, From..

H, thou return'st from Thames, whose

naiads long

465 Hail to thee, blithe spirit!.

9 Hamadryad, The

365 Hamilton, William, of Bangour (1704-
922 1754)...

13, 1267

873 Hamlet

.1007

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763

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145

Hellenics, From The
Hellenics, On The.

...1160 Hemans, Felicia Dorothea (1793-
.57, 1262

1835)...

.....

69
287

763

998
16

......

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Hence, iron-scepter'd Winter, haste...
Her Eyes Are Wild....

Her eyes are wild, her head is bare.
Here Ever Since You Went Abroad.

174 "Here lieth One whose name was writ on
827 water"

176 Here, oh here!.

290
868

......

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H. C., To
Ha ha! the caverns of my hollow mountains. 695 Highland Mary..

...

Here, on our native soil, we breathe once

.. ...

.1160, 1271

76
229
229

964

more........

Here Pause: the Poet Claims at Least This
Praise
Here, where precipitate Spring with one light
bound

Herod's Lament for Mariamne.
Heroic Idyls, From...

...

998

704
977

.........

.....

740
690

965
512

984

998
.1001
456 Hesperus, Ode to (Ode to the Evening Star).. 47
465 Hester
Heywood, Thomas

916

921

465

Hie Away, Hie Away......
53 Highland Girl, To a...
288 Highland Laddie, The.

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His Young Rose an Old Man Said, To....... 983 I grieved for Buonaparté, with a vain...... 285
History of the Caliph Vathek, From The............. 134 I had a dream, which was not all a dream... 521
Hogg, James (1772-1835)..
.476, 1271 I hated thee, fallen tyrant! I did groan.... 635

420 I have beheld thee in the morning hour..... 968
401 I have had playmates, I have had companions
185 (The Old Familiar Faces)...

170 I have lived, and I have loved..
.1212 I heard a thousand blended notes..

Hohenlinden

Holly Tree, The..

Holy Fair, The.

Holy Thursday

Holy Willie's Prayer.
Homage

Homer (H. Coleridge)

Homer, To (Keats).

Homes of England, The..

Honey from silkworms who can gather.
Hood, Thomas (1799-1845)..

..

.1135,

Hope

Hours of Idleness, From Brougham's Review
of

How does the water.
How fever'd is the man, who cannot look....
How Many Bards Gild the Lapses of Time....
How many summers, love......

How Many Times Do I Love Thee, Dear?.
How Many Voices Gaily Sing..

How, my dear Mary, are you critic-bitten....
How shall I meet thee, Summer, wont to fill.
How sleep the brave who sink to rest........
How Sweet I Roamed....

963 I Held Her Hand, the Pledge of Bliss.
.1172 I know not whether I am proud....

825 I loved him not; and yet now he is gone.
.1161 I met a traveller from an antique land.

650 I mourn Adonis dead-loveliest Adonis..
1272 I once was a maid, tho I cannot tell when.
165 I pant for the music which is divine..
I played with you mid cowslips blowing.
.1220 I Remember, I Remember..
410 I sate beside a sage's bed...

..1001
..1136
672
.1167
234

830 I saw a horrid thing of many names.
753 I saw an aged beggar in my walk.
1170 I saw where in the shroud did lurk.
.1130 I shiver, Spirit fierce and bold...

917

291

959
697

975 I sing the fates of Gebir. He had dwelt.
710 I spin beneath my pyramid of night....
165 I stood in Venice, on the Bridge of Sighs.... 541
50 I stood on Brocken's sovran height, and saw. 359
166 I Stood Tiptoe upon a Little Hill.....
754
166 I strove, with none; for none was worth my
167 strife
301 I thought of thee, my partner and my guide.. 311
164 I Travelled among Unknown Men..
767 I travelled through a land of men..

....

982

...

238

173

295

579

Hymn of Apollo.
Hymn of Pan...

Hymn on the Seasons, A

Hymn to Adversity.

Hymn to Contentment, A.

Hymn to Intellectual Beauty.
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Hunt, Esq., To Leigh..

Hunter's Song, The.

Hunting of the Cheviot, The (The Ancient
Ballad of Chevy-Chase).

Hunting Song

Hurd, Richard (1720-1808).

Hurray, hurray, the jade's away.
Hymn before Sunrise in the Vale of Cha-
mouni

I dug, beneath the cypress shade.

I Entreat You, Alfred Tennyson.

I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden.

I Grieved for Buonaparté...

How sweet I roamed from field to field.
How sweet is the shepherd's sweet lot!.
How Sweet It Is, When Mother Fancy Rocks.
How sweet the tuneful bells' responsive peal!.
Human Seasons, The...

Hunt, James Henry Leigh (1784-1859).866, 1275 I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud........

764 I want a hero; an uncommon want.
.1169 I was angry with my friend....

171

730

I was thy neighbor once, thou rugged Pile!.. 297
112 I weep for Adonais-he is dead!..
446 I went to the Garden of Love...
.97, 1278 I Will Not Love......

171

967

965

481 I Wonder Now That Youth Remains..
I would not enter on my list of friends.
362 Ianthe, Lyrics to.....

148

963

707 Ianthe! you are call'd to cross the sea..... 964
707 Idiot Boy, From The....
....1243
23 If from My Lips Some Angry Accents Fell... 916
58 If from the public way you turn your steps.. 266
6 If Nature, for a favorite child....

239

644 If ought of oaten stop, or pastoral song.... 50
849 If solitude hath ever led thy steps..

If there were dreams to sell....

627
.1132
314

184 If This Great World of Joy and Pain.

If Thou Indeed Derive Thy Light from Heaven 314
181 If Thou Wilt Ease Thine Heart.

661 If to thy heart I were as near......

....1131
.....1165

300 I'll give thee, good fellow, a twelvemonth or
551 twain

661 I'm three times doubly o'er your debtor..

I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers. 703 Imaginary Conversations, From.

I Cannot Tell, Not I, Why She..

971 Imitation of Spenser......

I come to visit thee again....

1983 Immortality, Ode on...

I cry your mercy-pity-love-aye, love!... 861

In a drear-nighted December...

I dreamed that, as I wandered by the way... 707 In a Library (My Days among the Dead Are

998 Past)

I am a bard of no regard..

I am a son of Mars, who have been in many

wars

....

I am as a spirit who has dwelt.

I am not one who much or oft delight.

I am the rider of the wind.

I arise from dreams of thee.

916
.1171

231

964

974

966
650

1341

181

741

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982 In Britain's isle and Arthur's days.

706 In lover's ear a wild voice cried.

285 In Memory of Walter Savage Landor.

468

177

985

751

303

763

408

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1132
1301

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In my poor mind it is most sweet to muse... 916 Jeanie Morrison

In such a night, when every louder wind..

In the atmosphere we breathe..

In the blue depth of the waters.

In the Days of Old.....

In the sweet shire of Cardigan..

In Virgyne the sweltrie sun gan sheene.

In Xanadu did Kubla Khan.....

In the wide sea there lives a forlorn wretch.. 802 John Ford

In the world unknown..

676 John Webster

132 Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784)
358 Jolly Beggars, The...

52 Joseph Ablett, To....

In yonder grave a druid lies.

In youth from rock to rock I went.

Indian Serenade, The...

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Irish Melodies, From.....
Is It Not Better at an Early Hour.
Is there a whim-inspired fool..

18 There for Honest Poverty.

Is this a holy thing to see....

Is thy face like thy mother's, my fair child!.
Is your war-pipe asleep, and forever, M'Kim-
man?
Isabella; or The Pot of Basil.
Isabelle
Isle, The.

It fell about the Martinmas.

It flows through old hush'd Egypt and its

sands

Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath (Cole-

ridge)

Inscription for a Fountain (Procter)
Inscription in the Crimea, An..

Inside of King's College Chapel, Cambridge...
Intimations of Immortality..

Introduction to Songs of Innocence.
Introduction to the Pains of Opium, From...1067

Iphigeneia and Agamemnon.....
Iphigeneia, when she heard her doom.

......

2 Jeffrey, Francis (1773-1850).
673 Jenny kissed me when we met.
550 Jock of Hazeldean....

1001 John Anderson My Jo.

It may indeed be phantasy, when I.
It Often Comes into My Head.

It seems a day...

It was a summer evening.

It was a well...

Italian Song, An...

Italy, From

Ivanhoe, From

230 John Anderson my jo, John.

288 Journal in France, From.
661 Journal in the Lakes, From.
828

I've wandered east, I've wandered west...
I've watched you now a full half-hour.

It Is Not to Be Thought Of That the Flood.. 288

It is the first mild day of March.

It keeps eternal whisperings around.

Jane, To

Jealous, I own it, I was once—.

.751, 1284

Keats, John (1795-1821)..
243 Keats, On
165 Keats's Letters, From
287 Keble, John (1792-1866)..

740
861
.1133, 1294
Keen, Fitful Gusts Are Whisp'ring Here and
364 There

1170 Kilmeny

209
312

303

166

...

868
695

It interpenetrates my granite mass.

It Is a Beauteous Evening, Calm and Free... 286 Lament (Scott)
It is an ancient Mariner..

.....

It Was an April Morning...

273

It was an April morning: fresh and clear... 273

It was not in the winter.

.....

400

212

I've had a dream that bodes no good..

I've often wished that I could write a book..1225

....

335 Lament, A (Shelley)..

King Francis was a hearty king, and loved a
royal sport

King of the stormy sea!.
Kinmont Willie

Knight's Tomb, The..

976 Knocking at the Gate in Macbeth, On the....1080
976 Know ye the land where the cypress and myr-
425 tle
974 Koskiusko

193 Kubla Khan

204

170 La Belle Dame Sans Merci.

523

La Fayette

Lachin y Gair.

......

1163
282

.......

482

Lady of the Lake, From The.

818 Lady, Was It Fair of Thee....

.1238 Lady with Flowers from the Roman Wall, To
743

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117

Lake of Geneva, The.

Lake of the Dismal Swamp, The.
Lalla Rookh, From..
Lamb, Charles (1775-1834)

....

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.884, 1279

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467

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765 Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New Eng
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963 Landor, Walter Savage (1775-1864)...959, 1300
237 Laodamía ...

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Lassie wi' the Lint-White Locks.

Last Man, The.......

204
423
202

Last May a Braw Wooer..

Last May a braw wooer cam down the lang
glen

1138
202
209 Lately Our Songsters Loiter'd in Green Lanes. 984
210 Laughing Song

167

445

.. 468
430

Lay of Rosabelle, The (Harold)..
Lay of the Imprisoned Huntsman.
Lay of the Laborer, The...

462
.1143
444

Lay of the Last Minstrel, From The.
Leaves Are Falling; So Am I, The....
Leech-Gatherer, The (Resolution and Independ-

973

870

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367

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Leofric and Godiva..

Lesbia Hath a Beaming Eye..

Let Dew the Flowers Fill..

Let me ryke up to dight that tear..
Letters

PAGE

991 Lines Written in the Album at Elbingerode, in
426 the Hartz Forest.....

Burns to Alison..

Burns to Thomson.

Byron to Murray (2)
Cowper to Johnson
Cowper to Mrs. Cowper
Cowper to Unwin (3)
Gray to Hurd

Gray to Mason (2).
Gray to Mrs. Gray
Gray to Stonehewer
Gray to Walpole (3).
Gray to West

Gray to Wharton (2)
Johnson to Macpherson..
Keats to Bailey (3).
Keats to George Keats.
Keats to George and Georgiana Keats (3)..
864, 1226, 1290

1133 Little Aglae to Her Father on Her Statue
183 Being Called Like Her..

Literature of Knowledge and Literature of
Power

69 Lock the Door, Lariston...

71

Lock the door, Lariston, lion of Liddesdale..
London, 1802

71, 1263, 1265

Lone Flower, hemmed in with
white as they..

snows,

70
.71, 1244
1305
861, 1287, 1291
.1290

1280

.1217 Little Black Boy, The.

.1101
167
.1185

1224, 1225

Lives of the English Poets, From The.
1248 Lo! where the four mimosas blend their shade 963
1247 Lo! where the rosy-bosom'd Hours.
1202, 1247, 1248 Lochiel, Lochiel! beware of the day.
1264 Lochiel's Warning

57

420

420

72 Lochinvar

447

483

....

Lord Ronald's Coronach.

Keats to Hessey

864 Lord Thomas and Fair Ellinor.

Keats to Reynolds (4). .862, 865, 1211, 1289 Lord Thomas he was a bold forrester.
Keats to Shelley

865 Lord Ullin's Daughter..
863 Louse, To a....

Keats to Taylor

Lamb to Wordsworth (2).
Letters from Teignmouth, From.
Letters on Chivalry and Romance, From.
Levana and Our Ladies of Sorrow..
Lewti; or The Circassian Love-Chant.
Library, In a (My Days among the Dead Are

Past)

.1097
352

Lines Written in a Blank Leaf of the "Pro-
metheus Unbound"

Lines Written in Early Spring.

Lusty Hearts!

466 green wood
429 Lyrics, to Ianthe.

Long night succeeds thy little day.
Look how the lark soars upward and is gone..
Lord of the Celtic dells.
Lord Randal

PAGE

March, march, Ettrick and Teviot-dale.

and

.918, 1299 Love (Coleridge)

1146 Love and Age........

97 Love Goes A-Hawking (A Ho! A Ho!).
Love in a hut, with water and a crust.
Love, On (Shelley)...

838

1339

Love seeketh not itself to please.
408 Lovely Lass of Preston Mill, The.
964 Lovely, lasting peace of mind!..
328 Lover of Nature, The...

170
475
6
80
661
145

1169 Love's Philosophy

737 Lovest Thou Me?...

682 Loving she is, and tractable, though wild.. 305
411 Low was our pretty cot: our tallest rose.... 330
968 Lucy Gray

241

to the wood, to the merry

466 Man, who wert once a despot and a slave...
766 Many a green isle needs must be.
650 Many love music but for music's sake.
651 Marcellus and Hannibal..

655 March to Moscow, The.

March, march, Make-rags of Borrowdale.
1129 Margaret Love Peacock...

231 Marmion, From

...

359

Lie, my fond heart at rest.

Life (Coleridge)

Life (Procter)

Life May Change, but It May Fly Not.
Life of Life! thy lips enkindle.
Life of Nelson, From The..

Life Passes Not as Some Men Say.

Lifting of the Banner of the House of Buc-

cleuch, Lines on the....

Light of the Harem, From The.

Light Shining out of Darkness..

145

Like the ghost of a dear friend dead.

710 Mackery End, in Hertfordshire.
Macpherson, James (1738-1796).

Lines (Beddoes-Write it in gold-A spirit of

944
.86, 1305
the sun)
.1129 Madonna, wherefore hast thou sent to me.... 729
Lines (Keats-Unfelt, unheard, unseen)... 765 Mahmoud

868

971

Lines (Shelley-The cold earth slept below).. 648 Maid I Love Ne'er Thought of Me, The.
Lines (Shelley-We meet not as we parted).. 743 Maid Marian, From...

998

496

Lines (Shelley-When the lamp is shattered).
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern

446

741 Maid of Athens, Ere We Part.
Maid of Neidpath, The.
233 Maid of the Sea, The.....
223 Maid's Lament, The..

Abbey

483

.1296

Lines Left upon a Seat in a Yew-Tree.
Lines on the Death of Charles Lamb..
Lines on the Lifting of the Banner of the
House of Buccleuch...

Mallet, David (1705-1765).
Manfred

Lines on the Mermaid Tavern.

Lines to a Critic....

Lines Written among the Euganean Hills.
Lines Written during the Castlereagh Ad-
ministration

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982

987

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