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INDEXES 



]HaemillaD's Globe Edition 



Palgrave's Golden Treasury. 



PREPARED BY 



THE CLkSS of '91. 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. 



THE BERKELEY PRESS 
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humble; and sincere work is not only an inde- 
structible delight to the worker by its very genu- 
ineness, but is immortal in the best sense, for it 
lives forever iit its influence. There is no good 
Dictionary, not even a good Index, that is not in 
this sense priceless, for it has honestly furthered 
the work of the world, saving labour to others, 
setting an example to successors. . . . The 
consciousness of faithfulness even to the poor 
index-maker may be a better reward than pence 
or praise. —George Henry Lewes. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS** "* 

BOOK FIRST 
(1516-1616) 

PAOS 

I. Spring T.Nash i 

1 1. Summons to Love W. Drummond. . i 

Time and Love 
in. I. "When I have seen by 
Time's fell hand defaced" 

W. Shakespeare. 3 
IV. 2. "Since brass, nor stone, 
nor earth, nor bound- 
less sea," W. Shakespeare. 3 

V. The Passionate Shepherd to 

his Love C. Marlowe 4 

• VI. A Madrigal; "Crabbed Age 

and Youth" W. Shakespeare. 5 

VII. " Under the greenwood tree".. W. Shakespeare. 5 
VIII. " It was a lover and his lass". 

W. Shakespeare. 6 

IX. Present in Absence Anon 6 

X. Absence. W. Shakespeare. 7 

XI. " How like a winter hath my 

absence been'* W. Shakespeare. 7 

XII. A Consolation W. Shakespeare. 8 

XIII. The Unchangeable W. Shakespeare 8 

XIV. "To me, fair Friend, you never 

can be old" W. Shakespeare. 9 

XV. Diaphenia H- Constable. . . 

XVI. Rosaline T.Lodge... 

XVII. Colin TheShepherd Tonie. 11 

XVIII. To his Love W. Shakespeare 12 

XIX. To his Love W. Shakespeare. 12 

XX. Love's Perjuries W. Shakespeare. 1 3 

XXI. A SuppUcat'ion Sir T. Wyat. . . . 14 

XXII. To Aurora . . . W. Alexander. . . 14 

XXIII. True Love. W. Shakespeare 15 

XXIV. ADitty SirP. Sidney. .. 15 

XXV. Love's Onmipresence J. Sylvester. ... 16 

XXVI. Carpe Diem W. Shakespeare. 16 

XXVII. Winter W. Shakespeare. 17 

XXVI II." That time of year thou may st 

in me behold' W. Shakespeare. 17 

XXIX. Remembrance W. Shakespeare. 18 

XXX. Revolutions W. Shakespeare. 18 



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XXXII. 
XXXIII. 
XXXIV. 

XXXV. 



."'Farewell! thou art too dear 

for my possessing," W. Shakespeare. 19 

The Life without Passion. . . W. Shakespeare. 19 

The Lover's Appeal Sir. T. Wyat .... 20 

The Nightmgale R. Barnefield.. . . 21 

" Care-charmer Sleep, son of 

the sable Night," S. Daniel 21 

XXXVI. Madrigal: "Take O take 

those lips away" W. Shakespeare. 22 

Love's Farewell M. Drayton .... 22 

To his Lute W. Drummond.. 23 

Blind Love W.Shakespeare. 23 

The Unfaithful Shepherdess . Anon 24 

A Renunciation * . E. Vere 25 

"Blow, blow, thou winter 

wind," W. Shakespeare. 25 

Madrigal: "My thoughts 

hold mortal strife;" W. Drummond . . 26 

Dirge of Love W. Shakespeare. 26 

Fidele W. Shakespeare. 27 

A Sea Dirge W, Shakespeare r 28 

A Land Durge J. Webster 28 

Post Mortem W. Shakespeare. 28 

The Triumph of Death W. Shakespeare. 29 

Madrigal: "Tell me where 

is Fancy bred," W. Shakespeare. 29 

Cupid and Campaspe J. Lylye 30 

" Pack, clouds, away, and 

welcome day," T. Heywood. ... 30 

Prothalamion E. Spenser 31 

The Happy Heart T. Dekker 36 

"This Life, which seems so 

fair," W. Drummond. . 36 

Soul and Body W. Shakespeare. 37 

Life Lord Bacon 37 



XXXVII. 

XXXVIII. 

XXXIX. 

XL. 

XLI. 

XLU. 

XLIIL 

XLIV. 

XLV. 

XLVl. 

XLVIL 

XLVIH. 

XLIX. 

L. 

LI. 
Lll. 

LIIL 

LIV. 

LV. 

LVI. 

LVII. 

LVIII. 

LIX. 

LX. 
LXI. 



The Lessons of Nature W. Drummond. 

" Doth then the world go 
I hus, doth all thus move?' .. W. Drummond. . 

The World's Way W. Shakespeare. 

Saint John Baptist W. Drummond. . 



HOOK SECOND 



(1616-I700) 

LXI I. Ode on the Morning of 

Christ's Nativity J. M ilton 41 

LXI 11. Song for Saint Cecilia's Day, 

1687 J- Dryden 48 

LXIV. On the Late Massacre in 

Piemont J.Milton 49 



339 

LXV. Horatian Ode upon Crom- 
well's Return ftom Ireland. A. Mar veil 50 

LXVI. Lycidas J.Milton 53 

LXVII. On the Tombs in West- 
minster Abbey F. Beaumont ... 58 

LXVI 1 1. The Last Conqueror J. Shirley 59 

LXIX. Death the Leveler. J. Shirley 59 

LXX. When the Assault was In- 
tended to the City J. Milton 60 

LXXI. On his Blindness J. Milton 61 

LXXII. Character of a Happy Life. Sir H. Wotton. . 6i 

LXXIII. The Noble Nature B. Jonson 62 

LXXIV. The Gifts of God G. Herbet 63 

LXXV. The Retreat . . . H. Vaughan 63 

LXXVI. To Mn Lawrence J. Milton 64 

LXXVIL To Cyriack Skinner J. Milton 65 

LXXVIII. Hymn to Diana ..B. Jonson 65 

LXXIX. Wishes for the Supposed 

Mi&tress R. Crashaw 66 

LXXX. The Great Adventurer. Anon 68 

LXXXI. Child and Maiden Sir C Sedley . . . 69 

LXXXn. Counsel to Girls R. Herrick 70 

LXXXIII. To Lucasta, on Going to 

the Wars Col. Lovelace. . . 71 

LXXXIV. Elizabeth of Bohemia. . . .Sir H. Wotton.. . 71 
LXXXV. To the Lady Margaret 

Ley .... J. Milton 72 

LXXXVI. The Loveliness of Love .... Anon 7a 

LXXXVII. The True Beauty T. Carew 74 

LXXXVIII. ToDianeme R. Herrick 74 

LXXXIX. " Go, lovely Rose!" E. Waller 74 

XC. ToCelia B. Jonson 75 

XCI. Cherry-ripe Anon 76 

The Poetry of Dress. 
XCII. I. " A sweet disorder in 

the dress" R. Herrick 76 

XCIII. 2. "When as in silks my 

Juliagoes" K. Herrick ^ tj 

XCIV. 3. '• My Love in her at- 
tire doth shew her 

wit," Anon.. 77 

XCV. OnaGirdle E.Waller 77 

XCVI. To Anthea who may Com- 
mand him Any Thing . . . R. Herrick 78 

XCVI I. " Love not me for comely 

grace," Anon 79 

XCVIII. "Not, Celia, that I juster 

am" Sir C. Sedley. . . 70 

XCIX. To Althea from Prison Col. Lovelace ... 89 

C. To Lucasta, on Going be- 
yond the Seas Col. Lovelace. . . 81 

CI. Encouragements to a Lover. Sir J. Suckling. 81 



340 



CII. A Supplication A. Cowley. ..... 82 

cm. The Manly Heart G. Wither 8* 

CIV. Melancholy J. Fletcher 84 

CV. To a Lock of Hair Sir W. Scott. . . . 84 

CVI. The Forsaken Bride Anon 85 

CVII. Fair Helen Anon 87 

C VI 1 1. The Twa Corbies Anon 88 

CIX. To Blossoms R. Herrick 80 

ex. To Daffodils R. Herrick 89 

CXI. Thoughts in a Garden A. Marvell 90 

• CXII. L'AU^gro J.Milton ^2 

CXIII. IlPenseroso .... ..J. Milion 96 

CXIV. Song of the Emigrants in 

Bermuda A. Marvell 100 

CX V. At a Solemn Music J. Milton lor 

CXVl. Alexander's Feast, or, The 

Power of Music J. Dryden 102 

BOOK THIRD 

(17OO-1800) 

CXVII. Ode on the Pleasure Arising 

from Vicissitude T. Gray 107 

CXVIII. The Quiet Life A.Pope 108 

CXIX. The Blind Boy C. Gibber 109 

CXX. On a Favourite Cat, 
Drowned in a Tub of 

Gold Fishes T. Gray 110 

CXXL To Charlotte Pulteney . . . . A. Philips m 

CXXII. Rule Britannia J.Thomson 112 

CXXIII. The Bard T.Gray iii 

CXXI V. Ode Written in MDCCXLVI 

W.Collins 117 

CXX V. Lament for Culloden R. Bums 117 

CXXVI. Lamentfor Flodden J.Elliott 118 

CXXVII. The Braes of Yarrow J. Logan 118 

CXXVIII. Willy Drowned in Yarrow. Anon 120 

CXXIX. Loss of the Royal George. . W. Cowper 121 

CXXX. Black-eyed Susan J. Gay i2-«j 

CXXXI. Sally in our Alley H.Carey 124 

CXXXIL A Farewell R. Bums 125 

CXXXIII. ** If doughty deeds my lady 

please Graham of Gartmore. 1 26 

CXXXIV. To a Young Lady W. Cowper. .127 

CXXXV. The Sleeping Beauty S. Rogers 127 

CXXXVI. "For ever, Fortune, wilt 

thou prove" J. Thomson. . . . 128 

CXXXVII. "The merchant, to' secure 

his treasure," M. Prior "28 

CXXXVIII. "When lovely woman 

stoops to folly" O. Goldsmith. . . 129 



341 

PAGE 

CXXXIX. "Ye banks and braes, o' bonuie 

Doon " R. Burns 129 

CXL. The Progress of Poesy T. Gray 130 

CXLI. The Passions W Collins 133 

CXLII. Ode on the Spring T. Gray 136 

CXLIII. The Poplar Field W. Cowper .... 138 

CXLI V. To a Field Mouse R. Bums 138 

CXLV. A Wish S. Rogers 140 

CXLVI. To Evening W. Collins 141 

CXL VI I. Elegy Written in a Country 

Church-yard T. Gray. . « 142 

CXLVIII. Mary Morison R. Bums 146 

CXLIX. Bonnie Lesley R.Burns 147 

CL. *' O my Luve s like a red, red 

rose ' R. Burns. 148 

CLI. Highland Mary R. Bums 148 

CLII. Auld Robin Gray Lady A. Lindsay 149 

CLI II. Duncan Gray R.Burns 150 

CLIV. The Sailor's Wife W. J. Mickle .. 151 

CLV. Jean R.Burns.. ... 153 

CLVI . John Anderson R. Burns 154 

CLVI I. The Land o' the Leal Lady Nairn. . . . 154 

CLVIII. Ode on a Distant Prospect of 

Eton College T Gray 155 

CLIX. Hymn to Adversity T. Gray 1 58 

CLX. The Solitude of Alexander 

Selkirk W. Cowper 159 

CLXI. ToMaryUnwin W. Cowper.... 160 

CLXII. To the Same W. Cowper i6i 

CLXUL TheDying Man in his Garden. G. Se well 163 

CLXIV. To-morrow — . Collins 163 

CLXV. "Life! I know not what thou 

art," .A. S. Barhauld. . 164 

BOOK FOURTH 

(1800-1850) 

CLX VI. On First Lookmg into Chap- 
man's Homer J. Keats 166 

CLXVII. Ode on the Poets. h Keats 166 

CLXVIII. Love S. T. Coleridge. 168 

CLXIX. All for Love Lord Byron . T . 170 

CLXX. The Outlaw Sir W. Scott.... 171 

CLXXI. "There be none of Beauty's 

daughters" Lord Byron 173 

CLXXII. Lines to an Indian Air P. P. Shelley... 173 

CLXXIII. "She walks in beauty, like 

the night" Lord Byron. .. 174 

CLXXIV. "She was a phantom of de- 
light" V« Wordsworth. 174 



342 

PAOB 

CLXXV. " She is not fair to outward 

view" H. Coleridec... 17s 

CLXXVI. "I fear thy kisses, gentle ' 

maiden;" P.B.Shelley 176 

CLXXVII. The Lost Love W. Wordsworth. 1 76 

CLXXVIII. •*! travell'd among un- 
known men" W. Wordsworth. 1 76 

CLXXIX. The Education of Nature.W. Wordsworth, i^ 
CLXXX. "A slumber did my spirit 

seal;" W.Wordsworth. 178 

CLXXXI. Lord UUin's Daughter. . .T. Campbell. . . . 179 

CLXXXII. Jock o' Hazeldean Sir W. Scott.. .. 180 

CLXXXIII. Freedom and Love T. Campbell i8i 

CLXXX IV. Love's Philosophy P. B. Shelley ... 1 8a 

CLXXXV. Echoes T.Moore 183 

CLXXXVL A Serenade Sir W. Scott. ... 183 

CLXXXVII, To the Evening Star T. Campbell. . . . 184 

CLXXXVIII. Tothe Night P.B.Shelley.... 185 

CLXXXIX. To a Distant Friend W. Wordsworth. 1S6 

CXC. ** When we two parted " . . Lord Byron 1 87 

CXCL Happy In.sensibility J. Keats. i88 

CXCII. «• Where shaU tho lover 

rest" Sir W.Scott 188 

CXCIIL La Belle Damesans^erci. J. Keats. 190 

CXCIV. The Rover Sir W. Scott.... lot 

CXCV. The FUght of Love P. B. Shelley. ... loa 

CXCVL The M^d of Neidpath. . ..Sir W. Scott. . . . 19, 
CXCVn. The Maid of Neidpath. . . .T Campbell .... igl 
CXCVIII. *• Bright Star! would I were 

steadfast as thou art — " . . J. Keats. 194 

CXCIX. The Terror of Death ... .J. Keats 195 

CC. Desideria W.Wordsworth. 195 

CCI. " At the mid hour of ni^ht, 
when stars are weepmg, 

I fly" T.Moore 196 

CCn. Elegy on Thyrza Lord Byron 196 

CCIII. "One word is too often 

d profaned" P. B. Shelley ... 198 
athering Song of Donald 

the Black Sir W. Scott. . . . 199 

CCV. ** A wet sheet and a flow- 
ing sea," A. Cunningham. 200 

CCVI. ** Ye Mariners of England"T. Campbell .... 20 1 

CCVII. Battle of the Baltic T. Campbell . . : . 202 

CCVI II. Ode to Duty W. Wordsworth 204 

CCIX. On the Castle of Chillon . .Lord Byron 206 

CCX England and Switzerland, 

1802 W. Wordsworth. 206 

CCXI. On the Extinction of the 

Venetian Republic W. Wordsworth. 207 

CCXII London, MDCCCII W. Wordswortu. 20-. 

CCXm. The Same W. Wordsworth, "ow 



343 

PAOS 

CCXIV. "When I have borne in 

memory what has tamed"W. Wordsworth. 208 

CCXV. Hohenlinden T. Campbell .... 209 

CCXVI. After Blenheim R. Southey 210 

CCXVII. Pro Patria Mori T. Moore 212 

CCXVIII. The Burial of Sir John 

Moore at Corunna C. Wolfe 212 

CCXIX. Simon Lee the Old Hunts- 
man W. Wordsworth. 213 

CCXX. The Old Familiar Faces. . C. Lamb 216 

CCXXL The Journey Onwards. . . .T. Moore 217 

CCXXIL Youth and Age Lord Byron 318 

CCXXIIL A Lesson W.Wordsworth. 219 

CCXXIV. Past and Present T. Hood. 220 

CCXXV. The Light of Other Days.T. Moore 221 

CCXXVI. Invocation P. B. Shelley.... 221 

CCXXVn. Stanzas Written in Dejec- 
tion near Naples P. B. Shelley. . . 223 

CCXXVin. The Scholar R. Southey 224 

CCXXIX. The Mermaid Tavern. . . . J. Keats 225 

CCXXX. The Pride of Youth Sir W. Scott .... 226 

CCXXXL The Bridge of Sighs T. Hood 226 

CCXXXIL Elegy Lord Byron 229 

CCXXXIIL Hester C. Lamb 230 

CCXXXIV. Coronach Sir W. Scott ... 231 

CCXXXV. The Death Bed T. Hood 231 

CCXXXVL Rosabelle Sir W. Scott .... 232 

CCXXXVIL On an Infant Dying as 

Soon as Bom C Lamb 233 

CCXXXVIII. The Affliction of Margaret- W.Wordsworth. 235 

CCXXXIX. Hunting Song Sir W. Scott .... 237 

CCXL. To the Skylark W. Wordsworth. 238 

CCXLL To a Skylark P. B. Shelley. ... 239 

CCXLII. The Green Linnet. W. Word.sworth. 242 

- CCXLIIL To the Cuckoo W Wordsworth. 243 

CCXLIV. Ode to a Nightingale J.Keats 244 

CCXLV. Upon Westminster Bridge. W. Wordsworth. 246 
CCXLVI. Ozymandias of Egypt. . . . P. B. Shelley. . . 247 
CCXLVII. Composed at Neidpath 
Castle, the Property of 
Lord Queensberry, 1803. W. Wordsworth. 247 
CCXLVIII. Admonition to a Traveller. W. Wordsworth. 248 
CCXLIX. To thfc Highland Girl of 

Inversnaid W. Wordsworth. 248 

CCL. The Reaper W. Wordsworth. 2c;o 

CCLI. The Reverie of Poor 

Susan W. Wordsworth . 251 

CCLII. Tp a Lady, with aGuitar.P. B. Shelley. . , 252 

CCL III. The Daffodils W. Wordsworth. 254 

CCLIV. To the Daisy W. Wordsworth. 255 

CCLY. Ode to Autumn J. Keats 256 

CCLVI. Ode to Winter T. Campbell. ... 257 



344 

CCLVII. Yarrow Unvisited W. Wordsworth. 2.50 

CCLVIII. Yarrow Visited W. Wordsworth. 261 

CCLIX. The Invitation P. B. Shelley. ... 263 

CCLX. The Recollection P. B.Shelley... 265 

CCLXI. Bx the Sea. W.Wordsworth. 267 

CCLXII. To the Evening Star . . . . T. Campbell. . . . 26/ 

CCLXI 1 1 . Datur Hora Quieti Sir W." Scott .... 268 

CCLXIV. To the Moon P. B. Shelley. . . 260 

CCLXV. "A widow bird sate 

moumingforherLove'T. B. She ley... 260 

CCLX VI. To Sleep W. Wordsworth. 260 

CCLXVII. The Soldier's Dream. . .T. Camobell. . . . 270 
CCLXVIII. A Dream of the Unknown P. B. Shelley... 271 

CCLXIX. The Inner Vision W. Wordsworth. 272 

CCLXX. The Realm of Fancy ... J. Keats 277 

CCLXXI. Hymn to the Spirit of 

Nature P.B.Shelley... 275 

CCLXXII. Written in Early Spring. W. Wordsworth. 276 
CCLXXIII. Ruth: or the Influences 

of Nature W. Wordsworth. 277 

CCLXXIV. Written in the Eueanean 

Hills, North Italy P. B. Shelley. ... 284 

CCLXXV. Ode to the West Wind.. P. B. Shelley.... 280 
CCLXXVI. Nature and the Poet . . . . W. Wordsworth. 291 

CCLXXVII. The Poet's Dream P. R Shelley.. .. 292 

CCLXXVIIL "The World is too much 

with us; late and soon," W. Wordsworth. 293 
CCLXXIX. Within King's College 

Chapel, Cambridge. . .W. Wordswortht 203 

CCLXXX. Youth and Age . ..S. T. Cpleridge. 294 

CCLXXXI. The Two April MomingsW. Wordsworth 295 

CCLXXXII. The Fountain W. Wordsworth. 297 

CCLXXXIII. The River of Life T. Campbell. ... 299 

CCLXXXI V. The Human Seasons. . ..J. Keats 300 

CCLXXXV. A Lament P. B. Shelley. ... 301 

CCLXXXVI. "My heart leaps up when 

I behold " W. Wordsworth. 301 

CCLXXXVI I. Ode on Intimations of • 
Immortality from Recol- 
lections of Early Child- 
hood W. Wordsworth. 301 

CCLXXXVIIL "Music, when soft voices 

die," P. B. Shelley. .. 307 

POEMS ADDED IN 1883. 

CCLXXXI X. The Fairy Life W. Shakespeare. 308 

1. ** Where the bee 
sucks, there suck I:** 

2. "Come unto these 

yellow sands/* 

CCXC. Sleep Sir P. Sidney. . . 308 

CCXCI. A Song for Music Anon 309 



345 

PAGS 

CCXCII. Love Triumphant F. Quarles 309 

CCXCIII. Corinna's Maying R. Herrick 310 

CCXCIV. A Vision H. Vaughan . . . . 312 

CCXCV. The Song of David C. Smart 312 

CCXCVI. Absence Anon 313 

CCXCVII. The Shrubbery W. Cowper 313 

CCXCVIII. The Castaway W. Cowper 314 

CCXCIX. Infant Joy W.Blake 316 

CCC. To Mary C. Wolfe 316 

CCCI. The Trosachs W.Wordsworth. 317 



INDEX OF TITLES. 



PAG« 



Abbey, On the Tombs in Westminster. . . . F. Beaumont. . 58 



Absence Anon 



313 



Absence W. Shakespeare. 7 

Absence, Present! n Anon g 

Admonition to a Traveller « W. Wordsworth. 248 

Adventurer, The Great Anon 68 

Adversity, Hymn to T. Gray 158 

Affliction of Margaret, The W. Wordsworth. 235 

After Blenheim R. Southey 210 

Age, Youth and Lord Byron 218 

Age, Youthand S. T. Coleridge. 294 

Air, Lines to an Indian P. B. Shelley. . . 173 

Alexander Selkirk, The Solitude of W. Cowper 159 

Alexander's Feast, or, The Power of Music J. Dryden 102 

Allegro, L' J. Milton 92 

Alley, Sally in our H. Carey 124 

All for Love . . Lord Byron 170 

Althea from Prison, To Colonel Lovelace 80 

Anderson, John R. Burns....... 154 

Anthea who may Command him Any 

Thing, To R. Herrick 78 

Appeal, The Lover's Sir T. Wyat ... 20 

April Mornings, The Two W. Wordsworth. 295 

"A slumber did my spirit seal;" W. Wordsworth. 178 

Assault was Intended to the City, When 

the J. Milton 60 

"A sweet disorder in the dress" R. Herrick 76 

At a Solemn Music J. Milton 101 

*''At the mid hour of night, when stars are 

weeping, I fly " T, Moore 196 

Auld Robin Gray Lady A. Lindsay 149 

Aurora, To W. Alexander, 

-* Earl of Sterline.. 14 

Autumn, Ode to J. Keats 256 

*'A wet sheet and a flowing sea," A. Cunningham. 200 

"A widow bird sate mourning for her 

Love" P.B.Shelley... 269 

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347 

PAOS 

Baltic, Battle oF the T. Campbell.... 202 

Bard, The T.Gray 113 

Battle of the Baltic T. Campbell 202 

Beauty, The Sleeping S. Rogers 127 

Beauty, The True T. Carew 74 

Bed, The Death T. Hood 231 

^'* Being your slave, what should I do but 

tend" W. Shakespeare. 7 

Belle Dame sans Merci, La J. Keats 190 

Bermuda, Song of the Emigrants in A. Marvell 100 

Black-eyed Susan J. Gay 122 

Blenheim, After R. Southey 210 

Blind Boy, The C. Gibber 109 

Blind Love W.Shakespeare. 23 

Blindness, On his J. Milton 61 

Blossoms. To R. Herrick 89 

** Blow, blow, thou winter wind," . W. Shakespeare. 25 

Body, Soul and W. Shakespeare. 37 

Bohemia, Elizabeth of Sir H. Wotton.. 71 

Bonnie Lesley R. Bums 147 

Boy, The Blind C. Gibber 100 

Braes of Yarrow, The J. Logan 118 

Bride, The Forsaken Anon 85 

Bridge of Sighs, The T. Hood 226 

Bridge, Upon Westminster W. Wordsworth. 246 

"Bright Star! would I were steadfast as 

thou art—" J. Keats 194 

Britannia, Rule J, Thomson 112 

Burial of Sir John Moore at Corunna, The,G. Wolfe 212 

By the Sea W. Wordsworth. 267 

Cambridge, Within King's College Chapel,W. Wordsworth. 293 

Campaspe, Cupid and J. Lylye 30 

"Care-charmer Sleep, son of the sable 



Night," S. Daniel . 

;Di« " ^ ' 



Carpe Diem W. Shakespeare. 16 

Castaway, The W. Cowper 314 

Castle of Chillon, On the Lord Byron. .... ao6 

Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes, 

On a Favourite T. Gray, 

./-'ili'k'e T^r»«v w^Om Cm.*«.m ^»^ o^r_A T 1~\ 1^ 



110 



Cecilia's Day, 1687, Song for Saint J. Dryden 48 

Celia, To B. Jonson 75 

Chapman's Homer, On First Looking into, J. Keats 166 

Character of a Happy Life Sir H. Wotton . , 6i 

Charlotte Pulteney, To A. Philips iit 

Cherry-ripe Anon 76 

Child and Maiden Sir C Sedley. . . . 69 

Childhood, Ode on Intimations of Im- 
mortality from Recollections of Early. W. Wordsworth. 301 

Chillon, On the Castle of Lord Byron 206 

Christ's Nativity, Ode on the Morning of.. J. Milton 41 



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Church-yard, Elegy Written in a Cfountry.T. Gray 142 

City, When the Assault was Intended to 

the J. Milton 60 

Colin The Shepherd Tonie 11 

** Come away, come away, Death." W. Shakespeare. 26 

•* Come unto these yellow sands,' W. Shakespeare. 308 

Composed at Neidpath Castle, the Property 

of Lord Queensberry, 1803 W. Wordsworth. 247 

Conqueror, The Last J. Shirley 59 

Consolation, A W. Shakespeare.' 8 

Corbies, The Twa Anon 88 

Corinna's Maying R. Herrick 310 

Coronach. . . Sir W. Scott 231 

Corunna, The Burial of Sir John Moore at. C. Wolfe 212 

Counsel to Girls R. Herrick 70 

Codntry Church-yard, Elegy Written in a.T. Gray 142 

"Crabbed Age and Youth ' .W. Shakespeare. 5 

Cromwell's Return from Ireland, Horatian 

Ode upon A. Marvell 50 

Cuckoo, To the W. Wordsworth. 243 

Culloden, Lament for R. Bums 117 

Cupid and Campaspe J. Lylye 30 

Cyriack Skinner, To J.Milton 65 

Daffodils, The W. Wordsworth. 2 ■;4 

Daffodils, To R. Herrick 89 

Daisy, To the W. Wordsworth. 255 

Dame sans Merci, La Belle J. Keats 190 

Datur Hora Quiet! Sir W. Scott 2C8 

Daughter, Lord Ullin's T. CampbfU 179 

David, The Song of. C. Smart 312 

Day, 1687, Song for Saint Cecilia's J. Dryden 48 

Days, The Light of Other. ." T. Moore 221 

Death Bed, The T. Hood 231 

Death the Leveller J.Shirley 59 

Death, The Terror of J.Keats 105 

Death, The Triumph of W. Shakespeare. 29 

Dejection near Naples, Stanzas Written in 

P. B.Shelley.... 223 

Desideria W. Wordsworth. 195 

Diana, Hymn to B. Jonson 65 

Dianeme, To R. Herrick 74 

Diaphenia H. Constable 9 

Diem, Carpe W.Shakespeare. 16 

Dirge, A Land J.Webster 28 

Dirge, A Sea W. Shakespeare. 28 

Dirge of Love '. W. Shakespeare 26 

Distant Friend, To a W. Wordsworth. 186 

Distant Prospect of Eton College, Ode on a. 

T. Gray 15: 

Ditty, A Sir P. Sidney... 15 

Donald the Black, Gathering Song of Sir W. Scott ... 199 



549 



•* Doth then the world go thus, doth all 

thus move?" W. Drummond .. 39 

Dream of the Unknown, A P. B. Shelley. . . 271 

Dream, The Poet's P. B. Shelley. . . 292 

Dream, The Soldier's T.Campbell.... 270 

Dress, The Poetry of 

1. "A sweet disorder in the dress" . . . R. Herrick 76 

2. "When as in silks my Julia goes ". . R. Herrick 77 

3. " My Love in her attire doth shew 

her wit," Anon 77 

Drowned in Yarrow, Willy Anon 120 

Duncan Gray R. Bur.:s 150 

Duty, Ode to W. Wordsworth. 204 

Dying Man in his Garden, The G. Sewell 163 

Echoes T. Moore 183 

Education of Nature, The W. Wordsworth. 177 

Egypt, Ozymandias of P. B. Shelley 247 

Elegy Lord Byron 229 

Elegy on Thyrza Ix>rd Byron.. .. 196 

Elegy Written in a Country Church -yard. '1'. Gray 142 

Elizabeth of Bohemia Sir H. Wotton . . 71 

Emigrants in Bermuda, Song of the A. Marvell 100 

Encou agements to a Lover Sir J. Suckling . . 81 

England and Switzerland, 1802 W. Wordsworth. 206 

Eton Colleee,Ode on a Distant Prospect of.T. Gray 155 

Euganean Hills, North Italy, Written in 

the P. B. Shelley... 284 

Evening Star, To the T. Campbell . . . 184 

Evening Star, To the T.Campbell..,. 267 

Evening, To W. Colhns 141 

Extinction of the Venetian Republic, On 

the W. Wordsworth. 207 

Faces, Tr e Old Familiar C. Lamb 216 

Fair Helen Anon 87 

Fairy Life. The 

1. "Where the bee sucks, there suck 

I:" ..... ...W.Shakespeare. 308 

2. "Come unto these yellow sands,".. W. Shakespeare. 308 

Familiar Faces, The Old C. Lamb 216 

Fancy, The Realm of J. Keats 273 

Farewell, A R. Bums ic.s 

Farewell, Love's M. Drayton 22 

•'Fare well! thou art too dear for my pos- 
sessing," W.Shakespeare. 19 

** Fear no more the heat o' the sun' W. Shakespeare. 27 

Feast, or,The Power of Music, Alexander's,?. Dryden -2 

Fidele W. Shakespeare. 27 

Field Mouse, To a -R. Bums 138 

Field, The Poplar W. Cowper 138 

First Looking into Chapman's Homer, On, J. Keats 166 



350 

Flight of Love, The: r. P. B. Shelley. . . 192 

Flodden, Lament for... J. Elliott 118 

" For ever, Fortune, wilt thou prove". . . . J. Thomson 128 

Forsaken Bride, The Anon 85 

Fountain, The W. Wordsworth. 297 

Freedom and Love T. Campbell 181 

Friend, To a Distant W. Wordsworth. 186 

*• Full fathom five thy father lies:" W. Shakespeare. 28 

Garden, The Dying: Man in his G. Sewell 163 

Garden, Thoughts in a A. Marvell 90 

Gathering Song of Donald the Black Sir W. Scott . . 199 

George, Loss of the Royal W, Cowper . 121 

Gifts of God, The G. Herbert 63 

Girdle.Ona E. Waller ; 77 

Girls, Counsel to R. Herrick 70 

God, The Gifts of G. Herbert 63 

"Go, lovelv Rose !" E.Waller. 74 

Gray, Aula Robin Lady A. Lindsay 149 

Gray, Duncan R. Bums 150 

Great Adventurer, The Anon 68 

Green Linnet, The W. Wordsworth. 242 

Guitar, To a Lady, with a P. B. Shelley 252 

Hair, To a Lock of Sir W. Scott 84 

Happy Heart, The T. Dekker. ... . . 36 

Happy Insensibility J. Keats 188 

Happy Life, Character of a y Sir H. Wotton . 61 

Hazeldean, Jock o' '.Sir W. Scott 180 

Heart, The Happy T. Dekker 36 

Heart, The Manly G. Wither. ... 83 

Helenf Fair Anon 87 

Hester C. Lamb 230 

Highland Girl of Inversnaid, To the W. Wordsworth. 248 

Highland Mary R. Burns 148 

Hohenlinden T. Campbell . . 209 

Homer, On First Looking into Chapman's, J. Keats 166 

Hora Quicti, Datur Sir W. Scott 268 

Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return 

from Ireland A. Marvell 50 

**How like a winter hath my absence 

been" W. Shakespeare. 7 

Human Seasons, The T. Keats 300 

Huntsman, Simon Lee the Old W. Wordsworth. 213 

Hunting Song SirW. Scott 237 

Hymn to Adversity T. Gray 158 

Hymn to Diana B. Jonson 65 

Hymn to the Spirit of Nature P. B. Shelley ... 275 

** If doughty deeds my lady please " . Graham of Gartmore.. 126 

*' I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden;" P. B. Shelley. .176 

•• If Thou survive my well-contented day''W. Shakespeare. 28 



351 

PA.OB 

II Penseroso J. Milton 96 

Immortality from Recollections of Early 

Childhood, Ode on Intimations of W. Wordsv/orth. 301 

Indian Air, Lines to an P. B. Shelley.... 173 

Infant Dying as Soon as Bom, On an O Lamb. , 233 

Infant Joy W. Blake 316 

Influences of Nature, Ruth: or the W. Wordsworth. 277 

Inner Vision, The W. Wordsworth. 272 

Insensibility, Happy J. Keats. 188 

Intimations of Immortality from Recol- 
lections of Early Childhood^ Ode on. . W, Wordsworth. 301 

Inversnatd, To the Highland Giriof. W. Wordsworth. 248 

Invi^tion, The P. B. Shelley. . . 263 

Invocation P. B. Shelley... 221 

Ireland, Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's 

Return from ...A. Marvell 50 

Italy, Written in the Euganean Hills, 

North P. B. Shelley... 284 

**I travell'd among unknown men" W. Wordsworth. 176 

" It was a lover and his lass*' W. Shakespeare. 6 

iean R. Bums 153 

ock o' Hazeldean Sir W. Scott ... 180 

ohn Anderson R.Burns 154 

ohn Baptist, Saint . W. Drummond. . 40 

oumey Onwards, The T. Moore 217 

oy, Infant W. Blake 316 

King's College Chapel, Cambridge, Within, W. Wordsworth. 293 

La Belle Dame sans Merci J. Keats 190 

Lady Margaret Ley, To the J. Milton 72 

Lady, To a Young W. Cowper. ... 127 

Lady, with a Guitar, To a P. B. Shelley. . . 252 

L'AU^gro J.Milton 92 

Lament, A P. B. Shelley... 301 

Lament for Culloden . . .R. Bums 117 

Lament for Flodden J.Elliott 118 

Land Dirge, A .J. Webster 28 

Land o' the Leal, The Lady Nairn — 154 

Last Conqueror, The J. Shirley 59 

Lawrence, To Mr .'.J. Milton 64 

Leal, The Land o' the .Lady Nairn 154 

Lee the Old Himtsman, Simon W. Wordsworth. 213 

Lesley, Bonnie R. Bums 147 

Lesson, A W. Wordsworth. 219 

Lessons of Nature, The W. Drummond.. 38 

"Let me not to the marriage of true minds" W. Shakespeare. 15 

Leveller, Death the J.Shirley 59 

Ley, To the Lady Margaret J. Milton 72 

Life ► Lord Bacon 37 

Life, Character of a Happy Sir H. Wotton . . 61 



352 

PAOB 

Life! I know not what thou ait," A. L. Barbauld. . 164 

Life, The Fairy. 

1. " Where the bee sucks, there suck 

I : * W. Shakespeare. 308 

2. *' Come untp these yellow sands,". W. Shakespeare. 308 

Life, The Quiet A.Pope 108 

Life, The River of T.Campbell. ,. 209 

Life without Passion, The W. Shakespeare. 19 

Light of Other Days, The T.Moore 221 

"Like as the waves make towards the 

pebbled shore" W. Shakespeare. 18 

Lines to an Indian Air .P.B.Shelley... 173 

Linnet, The Green .W. Wordsworth. 242 

Lock of Hair, To a Sir W. Scott. .."! 84 

London. MDCCCII W. Wordsworth. 207 

Lord Ullin's Daughter T. Campbell .... 179 

Loss of the Royal George W. Cowper 121 

Lost Love, The W. Wordsworth. 176 

Love S.T.Coleridge. i68 

Love, All for Lord Byron 170 

Love, Blind W. Shakespeare. 23 

Love, Dirge of. -W. Shakespeare. 26 

L>ve, Freedom and T. Campbell x8i 

Loveliness of Love, The Anon 72 

'* Love not me for comely grace," Anon 79 

Lover, Encouragements to a Sir J. Suckling. . 81 

Lover's Appeal, The Sir T. Wyat. . . . 20 

Love's Farewell M. Drayton 22 

Love's Omnipresence J. Sylvester 16 

Love's Perjuries W. Shakespeare. 13 

Love's Philosophy P. B. Shelley. ... 182 

Love, Summons to. . .^ W. Drummond.. 1 

Love, The Flight of P. B. Shelley.... 192 

Love, TheLost W.Wordsworth. 176 

Love, The Loveline.ss of Anon 72 

Love, The Passionate Shepherd to his . . . C. Marlowe 4 

Love, Time and. 

1. "When I have seen by Time's fell 

hand defaced " . . . W. Shakespeare. 3 

2. "Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, 

nor boimdless sea," W. Shakespeare. 3 

Love, To his '. W. Shakespeare. 12 

Love, To his .-. .W. Shakespeare. 12 

Love Triumphant F. Quarles. 309 

Love, True W.Shakespeare. 15 

Lucasta, on Going beyond the Seas, To. .Colonel Lovelace 81 

Lucasta, on Going to the Wars, To ^ . Colonel Lovelace 71 

Lute, To his W. Drummond . 23 

Lycidas J. Milton 53 

Madrigal: "Crabbed Age and Youth," A. W. Shakespeare. « 



353 

PAOB 

Madri^: "My thoughts . hold mortal 

strife;" W. Drummond . 26 

Madrigal: "Take O take those lips away". W. Shakespeare. 23 

Madrigal: * ' Tell me where is Fancy bred,"W. Shakespeare. 29 

Maiden, Child and Sir C. Sedley.. 69 

Maid of Neidpath, The Sir W. Scoit . . 193 

Maid of Neidpath, The T. Campbell 194 

Manly Heart, The G. Wither 83 

Margaret. The Affliction of W. Wordsworth. 235 

Mary, Highland R. Bums 148 

Mary Morison R. Bums 146' 

Mary, To C. Wolfe 316 

Mary Unwin, To .. .» W. Cowper 160 

Massacre in Piemont, On the Late J. Milton 49 

Maying, Corinna's R. Herrick 310 

Melancholy J. Fletcher. ..... 84 

Merci, La Belle Dame sans J. Keats .*.. 190 

Mermaid Tavern, The J. Keats 225 

Mistress, Wishes for the Supposed R. Crashaw 66 

Moon, To the P. B.Shelley... 269 

Moore at Corunna, The Burial of Sir John. C. Wolfe 212 

Mori, Pro Patria T. Moore 212 

Morison, Mary R. Bums 146 

Mornings, The Two April W. Wordsworth. 295 

Mortem, Post W. Shakespeare. 28 

Mouse, To a Field R. Bums 138 

Music, A Song for Anon 309 

Music, Alexander's Feast, or, The Power of. J. Dryd^n 102 

Music, At a Solemn J. Milton loi 

" Music, when soft voices die," P. B. Shelley. . . . 307 

** My heart leaps up when I behold" W. Wordsworth. 301 

** My Love in her attire doth shew her 

wit," Anon 77 

Nativity, Ode on the Morning of Christ's .J. Milton 41 

Nature and the Poet W. Wordsworth. 291 

Nature, Hymn to the Spirit of P. B. Shelley 275 

Nature, Ruth: or the Influences of W. Wordsworth. 277 

Nature, The Education of W. Wordsworth. 177 

Nature, The Lessons of. .-. W. Dmmmond. . 38 

Nature, The Noble B. Jonson 62 

Neidpath Castle, the Property of Lord 

Queensberry, 1803, Composed at W. Wordsworth. 247 

Neidpath, The Maid of. Sir W. Scott. ... 193 

Neidpath, The Maid of T. Campbell. ... 194 

Nightingale, Ode to a J. Keats 244 

Nightingale, The .R. Bamefield... 21 

Night, Tothe P.B.Shelley... 185 

Noble Nature, The B. Jonson 62 

"No longer mourn for me when I am dead"W. Shakespeare. 29 

*'Not, Celia, that I juster am" Sir C. Sedley. . . 79 



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354 

Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton CoUege,T. Gray 155 

Ode on Intimations of Immortality from 

Recollections of Early Childhood W. Wordsworth. 301 

Ode on the Morning of Christ's Nativity.. J. Milton 41 

Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissi- 
tude T.Gray X07 

Ode on the Poets J. Keats 166 

Ode on the Spring T. Gray 136 

Ode to a Nightingale J. Keats 244 

Ode to Autumn.'. T.Keats 256 

OdetoDuty W.Wordsworth. 204 

Ode to the West Wind P.B.Shelley .. 289 

Ode to Winter f,.T. Campbell.... 257 

Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland, 

Horatian A. Marvell 50 

Ode Written in MDCCXLVI W. Collins 1x7 

Old Familiar Faces. The C. Lamb 216 

**0 me! what eyes hath love put in my 

head " W. Shakespeare. 23 

**0 Mistress mine, where areyou roamingf'W. Shakespeare. 16 

Omnipresence, Love's J. Sylvester 16 

*'0 my Luve's like a red, red rose" R. Bums 148 

"On a day, alack the dayl" . . . .^ W. Shakespeare. 13 

On a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of 

Gold Fishes. ..r T. Gray no 

On a Girdle..... E. Waller 77 

On an Infant Dying as soon as Bom C. Lamb 233 

** O never say that I was false of heart," . . W. Shakespeare. 8 

"One word is too often profaned" P. B. Shelley. . . . 198 

On First Looking into Chapman's Homer. J. Keats , . . i66 

On his Blindness 7. Milton 6x 

On the Castle of Chillon lx>rd Byron 206 

On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic, W. Wordsworth. 207 

On tKe Late Massacre in Piemont J. Milton 49 

On the Tombs in Westminster Abbey F. Beaumont .... 58 

Onwards, The Journey T.Moore. 217 

Other Days, The Light of T. Moore 27x 

Outlaw, The SirW. Scott.... 17X 

Ozymandias of Egypt P. B. Shelley . . . 247 

"Pack, clouds, away, and welcome day,"T. Heywood. ... 30 

Passionate Shepherd to his Love, The C Marlowe ... 4 

Passions The. . .^..W. Collins 133 

Passion, The Life without '. W. Shakespeare, 19 

Past and Present T. Hood 220 

Patria Mori, Pro T. Moore 21a 

Penseroso, II T.Milton 96 

Perjuries, Love's W. Shakespeare. 13 

Philosophy, Love's P. B. Shelley ... 182 

Piemont, On the Late Massacre in J. Milton 49 

Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude, Ode 

on the T.Gray 107 



355 

PAG- 

Poesy, The Progress of T.Gray 130 

Poet, Nature and the. W. Wordsworth. 291 

Poetry of Dress, The. 

1. ' • A sweet disorder in the dress " . . . R. Herrick. 76 

2. "Whenas in silks my Julia goes"..R. Herrick 77 

3. ** My Love in her attire doth shew 

her wit," Anon 77 

Poet's Dream, The P. B. Shelley.. . 292 

Poets, Ode on the J. Keats. i66 

*• Poor Soul, the centre of ray sinful earth," W. Shakespeare. 37 

Poplar Field, The W. Cowper 138 

Post Mortem W. Shakespeare. 28 

Present in Absence Anon 6 

Present, PAst and T. Hood 220 

Pride of Yout ', The Sir W. Scott 226 

Prison, To Althea from Colonel I^ovelace 80 

Progress of Poesy, The T. Gray 130 

Pro Patria Mori T. Moore 212 

Prothalamion E. Spenser 31 

Pulteney, To Charlotte A. Philips in 

Quieti, Datur Hora Sir W. Scott 268 

Quiet Life, The A. Pope 108 

Realm of Fancy, The J. Keats 273 

Reaper, The .W. Wordsworth. 250 

Recollections of Early Childhood, Ode on 

Intimations of Immortality from W. Wordsworth. 301 

Recollection, The '. P. B. Shelley. . . 265 

Remembrance W. Shakespeare. 18 

Renunciation, A E. Vere, Earl of Oxford 25 

Republic, ^ On the Bxtinction of the 

Venetian W. Wordsworth. 207 

Retreat, The H. Vaughan... 63 

Reverie of Poor Susan, The W. Wordsworth. 251 

Revolutions W. Shakespeare. 18 

River of Life, The T. Campbell.... 299 

Robin Gray, Auld Lady A. Lindsay 149 

Rcsabelle Sir W. Scott ... . 233 

Rosaline T.Lodge....... 10 

Rover, The ... .Sir W. Scott. , . . 191 

Royal George, Loss of the W. Cowper 121 

Rule Britannia ..J.Thomson 112 

Ruth: or the Influences of Nature W. Wordsworth. 277 

Sailor's Wife, The W. J. Mickle . . . 151 

Saint John Baptist W. Drummond. . 40 

Sally m our Alley H. Carey 124 

Same, The (London, MDCCCII) W. Wordsworth. 208 

Same, To the (Mary Unwin) W. Cowper 161 

Scholar, The R. Southey 224 



3S6 

Sea. By the W. Wordsworth.''267 

Sea Dirge, A W. Shakespeare. 28 

Seasons, The Human J. Keats. 300 

Seas. Co Lucasta, on Going beyond the. .Colonel Lovelace 81 

Selkirk, The Solitude of Alexander W. Cowpcr 159 

Serenade,^ SirW. Scott 183 

" Shall I compare thee to a summer's day ?" W. Shakespeare, i a 

«*She is not fair to outward view" H. Coleridge. .. ijk 

Shepherdess, The Unfaithful Anon 24 

Shepherd to his Love, The Passionate . . . . C. Marlowe .... 4 

"She waika in beauty, like the night" Lord Byron. . . . X74 

"She was a phantom of delight' . W. Wordsworth. 174 

Shrubbery, The ...W. Cowper 313 

Sighs, The Bridge of T. Hood 226 

Simon Lee the Old Huntsman W. Wordsworth, ax 3 

"Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor 

boundless sea," W. Shakespeare. 3 

Skinner, To Cyriack J. Milton 65 

Skylark, To a P. B. Shelley... 239 

Skylark, To the W. Wordsworth. 238 

Sleep Sir P. Sidney.... 308 

Sleeping Beauty, The S. Rogers 127 

Sleep, To W. Wordsworth. 269 

Soldier's Dream, The T. Campbell 270 

Solitude of Alexander Selkirk, The W. Cowper 1 59 

Song for Music, A Anon 309 

Song for Saint Cecilia's Day, 1687 J. Dryden 48 

Song, Hunting Sir W. Scott 237 

Song of David, The C. Smart 312 

Song of Donald the Black, Gathering Sir W. Scott 199 

Song of the Emigrants in Bermuda. A. Marvell * too 

Sonnets : 

Admonition to a Traveller W. Wordsworth. 248 

"Being your slave, what should I do 
but tend " W. Shakespeare. 7 

" Bright Starl would I were steadfast 
as thou art — " J. Keats 194 

By the Sea W. Wordsworth. 267 

** Care-charmer Sleep, son of the sable 
Night," S. Daniel 21 

Composed at Neidpath Castle, the 
Property of Lord Queensberry, i8o3,W. Wordsworth. 247 

Desideria W. Wordsworth. 195 

"Doth then the world go thus, doth 
all thus move?" W. Drummond.. 39 

England and Switzerland, 1802 W.Wordsworth. 206 

** Farewell! thou art too dear for my 
possessing," W. Shakespeare. 19 

** How like a winter hath my absence 
been ' W. Shakespeare. 7 

"If Thou survive my well-contented 
day" W. Shakespeare. 28 



/ 

357 

SonnetH (oontinoed): ^ rxam 
** Let me not to the marriage of true 

minds" W. Shakc:>peare. 15 

" Like as the waves make towards the 

pebbled shore" W. Shakespeare. 18 

London, MDCCCI I W. Wordsworth. 207 

Love's Farewell M.Drayton. aa 

Love's Omnipresence J.Sylvester. ... 16 

•* No longer mourn fwr me when I am 

dead " W. Shakespeare. 29 

•*0 me! what eyes hath love put in 

my head" W. Shakespeare. 23 

** O neversay that I was false of heart,"W. Shakespeare. 8 
On First Looking into Chapman's 

Homer J.Keats. 166 

On his Blindness I.Milton 6t 

On the Castle of Chillon Lord Byron ao6 

On the Extinctio.i of the Venetian 

Republic : • • • : W* Wordsworth. 207- 

On the Late Massacre in Piemont J. Milton 49 

Ozymandias of Egypt P. B. Shelley . . . 247 

** row Soul» the centre of my sinful 

earth,' W.Shakespeare. 37 

Saint John Baptist VV. Drummond.. 40 

" Shafl I compare thee to a summer's 

day?" W.Shakespeare. 12 

"Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, 

nor boundless sea," W. Shakespeare. 3 

Sleep Sir P. Sidney .. . 308 

*• That time of year thou may'st in roe 

behold " W. Shakespeare. 17 

The Human Seasons J. Keats 300 

The Inner Vision W. Wordsworth- 272 

The Lessons of Na.*ure W. Drummond.. 38 

The Same (Loudou, MDCCCII) W. Wordsworth. 208 

The Terror of Death J.Keats 195 

The Trosachs .W. Wordsworth. 317 

" The World is too much with us; late 

and soon," W. Wordsworth. 293 

" They that have power to hurt, and 

will do none," W. Shakespeare. 19 

** Tired with all these, for restful 

death I cry— " W.Shakespeare. 39 

To a Distant Friend W. Wordsworth. 186 

To Aurora W. Alexander, Earl of Sterline. 14 

To Cyriack Skinner T. Milton 65 

To his Lute W. Drummond.. 23 

To Mary Unwin ." W. Cowper. 160 

' * To me, fair Friend, you never can be 

old," W. Shakespeare. 9 

To Mr. Lawrence J. Milton 64 

ToSlcep W.Wordsworth. 269 

To the Lady Margaret Ley J. Milton 7a 



3S8 

Sonn«;ts (continaed) : pxon 

Upon Westminster Bridge W. Wordsworth. 246 

"When I have borne in memory what 

has tamed " W. Wordsworth. 208 

"When I have seen by Time's fell hand 

defaced " W. Shakespeare. 3 

" When in disgrace with fortune and 

men's eyes " W. Shakespeare. 8 

-"When in the chronicle of wasted 

time" W.Shakespeare. la 

When the Assault was Intended to the 

City J. Milton 60 

" When to the sessions of sweet silent 

thought " W. Shakespeare. 18 

Within King's College Chapel, Cam- 
bridge W. Wordsworth. 293 

Soul and Body W. Shakespeare. 37 

Spirit of Nature, Hymn to the P. B. Shelley . . 275 

Spring T. Nash "i 

Spring, Ode on the T. Gray 1 36 

Spring, Written in Early W. Wordsworth. 276 

Stanzas Written in Dejection near Naples. P. B. Sh^ley. . . 223 

Star, To the Evening T.Campbell . . 184 

Star, To the Evening T. Campbell . . . 267 

Summons to Love W. Drummond. . 1 

Supplication, A Sir T. Wyat .... 14 

Supplication, A A. Cowley 82 

Susan, Black-eyed J. Gay 122 

Susan, The Reverie of Poor. .W. Wordsworth. 251 

Switzerland, 1802, England and W. Wordsworth. 206 

** Take O take those lips away" W. Shakespeare. 22 

Tavern, The Mermaid J. Keats 225 

"Tell me where is Fancy bred," W . Shakespeare. 29 

Terror of Death, The J.Keats 195 

" That time of year thou may'st in me 

behold" W. Shakespeare. 17 

"The merchant, to secure his treasure,". . M. Prior 128 

•* There be none of Beauty's daughters" . , Lord Byron 173 

•'The World is too much with us; late and 

soon," W. Wordsworth. 293 

"They that have power to hurt, and will 

do^ none," W. Shakespeare. 19 

"This Life, which seems so fair," W. Drummond.. 36 

Thoughts in a Garden A. Marvell 90 

Thyrza, Elegy on Lord Byron 196 

Time and Love. 

1. "When I have seen by Time's fell 

hand defaced" W. Shakespeare. 3 

2. " Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, 

nor boundless sea," W. Shakespeare. 3 

•'Tired with all these, for restful death I 

cry—" .....t. ......** W.Shakespeare. 39 



359 

PAOB 

To a Distant Fnend W. Wordsworth. i86 

To a Field Mouse ». R. Burns 138 

To a Lady, with a Guitar P. B. Shelley . . . 252 

To a Lock of Hair Sir W. Scott. .. . 84 

To Althea from Prison Colonel Lovelace 80 

To Anthea who may Command him Any 

Thing R. Herrick. ... 78 

To a Skylark P. B. Shelley... 239 

To Aurora W. Alexander, Earl of Sterline. 14 

To a Young Lady W. Cowper 127 

To Blossoms R. Hemck 89 

To Celia B. Jonson 75 

To Charlotte Pulteney A. Philips m 

To Cyriack Skinner J. Milton .. 65 

ToDaflFodils . ....R. Herrick 89 

ToDianeme R. Herrick 74 

To Evening W. Collins 141 

To his Love W. Shake.speare. 12 

To his Love W. Shakespeare. 12 

To his Lute *. W. Drummond.. 23 

To Lucasta, on Going beyond the Seas . . .Colonel Lovelace 81 

To Lucasta, on Going to the Wars Colonel Lovelace 71 

To Mary C.Wolfe 316 

To Mary Unwin W. Cowper 160 

'J'ombs in Westminster Abbey, On the F. Beaumont ... .s8 

** To me,fair Friend, you never can be old," W. Shakespeare. 9 

To-morrow — Collins. 163 

To Mr. Lawrence T.Milton 64 

To Sleep *. W. Wordsworth. 269 

To the Cuckoo W. Wordsworth. 243 

To the Daisy W. Wordsworth. 255 

To the Evening Star T. Campbell 184 

To the Evening Star T. Campbell. ... 267 

To the Highland Girl of Inversnaid W. Wordsworth. 248 

To the Lady Margaret Ley J. Milton 72 

To the Moon P. B. Shelley... 269 

Tothe Night P. B. Shelley... 185 

To the Same (Mary Unwin) W. Cowper 161 

To the Skylark. W. Wordsworth. 238 

Traveller, Admonition to a. W. Wordsworth. 248 

Triumphant, Love '. F. Quarles 309 

Triumph of Death, The W. Shakespeare. 29 

Trosachs, The W. Wordsworth. 317 

True Beauty, The T. Carew 74 

True Love W. Shakespeare. 15 

TwaCorbies, The Anon 88 

Two April Mornings, The W. Wordsworth. 295 

UUin's Daughter, Lord T. Campbell 179 

Unchangeable, The W. Shakespeare. 8 

♦• ypder the green>vood tre^" ,.,..,,,.., W, Shakespeare. 5 



3fo 

PAOB 

Unfaithful Shepherdess, The Anon 24 

Unknown, A Dream of the P« B. Shelley. . . 271 

Unvisited, Yarrow W. Wordsworth. 259 

Unwin, To Mary W. Cowper 160 

Upon Westminster Bridge W. Wordsworth. 246 

Venetian Republic, On the Extinction of 

the .• : • • ^' Wordsworth. 20/ 

Vici^itude, Ode on the Pleasure Arising 

from T. Gray 107 

Vision, A '. H. Vaughan .gja 

Vision, The Inner W. Woi^sworth. 272 

Visited, Yarrow W. Wordsworth. 261 

Wars, To Lucasta, on Going to the Colonel Lovelace 71 

Way, The World's. W. Shakespeare. 39 

Westminster Abbey, On the Tombs in F. Beaumont 58 

Westminster Bridge, Upon W. Wordsworth. 246 

West Wind, Ode to the. P. B. Shelley. . . 289 

' • Whenas in silks my Julia goes " R. Herrick 77 

"When icicles bang by the wall" W. Shakespeare. 17 

••When I have borne in memory what has 

tamed" W. Wordsworth. 208 

"When I have seen by Time's fell hand 

defaced" W. Shakespeare. j 

" When in disgrace with fortune and men's 

eyes" ......W.Shakespeare. 8 

•'When in the chronicle of wasted time". . W. Shakespeare. 12 

"When lovely woman stoops to folly " O. Goldsmith. . . 129 

When the Assault was Intended to the 

City J. Milton 60 

'•When to the sessions of sweet silent 

thought " W. Shakespeare. 18 

•• When we two parted " Lord Byron 187 

•* Where shall the lover rest" Sir W. Scott 188 

••Where the bee sucks, there suck I:" ...W.Shakespeare. 30% 

Wife, The Sailor's W. J. Mickle.... 151 

Willy Drowned in Yarrow Anon 120 

Wind, Ode to the West P. B. Shelley. . . 289 

Winter W. Shakespeare. 17 

Winter, Odeto T.Campbell 257 

Wish, A S. Rogers 140 

Wishes for the Supposed Mistress R. Crashaw 66 

Within King's College Chapel, Cambridge, W. Wordsworth. 293 

World's Way, The W. Shakespeare. 39 

VVritten in Early Spring W. Wordsworth. 276 

Written in the Euganean Hills, North 

Italy .P. B. Shelley.... 284 

Yarrow, The Braes of J.Logan 118 

Yarrow Unvisited W. Wordsworth. 259 

YarrQwVi^ted , t W. W9r4sworlh. ?^i 



36« 

Yarrow, Willy Drowned in Anon 120 

•* Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon ". . . . R. Bums 129 

«* Ye Mariners of England " T. Campbell. . . . 201 

Young Lady, To a W. Cowper 127 

Youth and Age Lord Byron 218 

YouthandAge S.T.Coleridge.. 294 

Youth, The Pride of Sir W. Scott.... 226 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



PAGB 

Alexander, Earl of Sterline, W. 

To Aurora 14 

Anon. 

Absence 313 

A Song for Music 309 

Cherry-ripe 76 

Fair Helen 87 

•'Love not me for comely grace," 79 

Present in Absence .^ 6 

The Forsaken Bride • 85 

The Great Adventurer 68 

The Loveliness of Love 72 

The Poetry of Dress: ** My Love in her attire doth 

shew her wit," 77 

The Twa Corbies 88 

The Unfaithful Shepherdess • 24 

Willy Drowned in Yarrow 120 

Bacon, Lord. 

Life. 37 

Barbauld, A. L. 

"Life! I know not what thou art," 164 

Barnefield,_R. 

The Nightingale 21 

Beaumont, F. 

On the Tombs in Westminster Abbey 58 

Blake, W. 

Infant Joy 316 

Burns, R. 

A Farewell 125 

Bonnie Lesley 147 

Duncan Gray 150 

Highland Mary 148 

fean 153 
ohn Anderson 154 
.ament for Culloden 117 

Mary Morison 146 

'• O my Luve's like a red, red rose" 148 

To a Field Mouse 138 

'• Ye banks and braes o* bonnie Doon " 129 

(362) 



Byro^^ 



363 

• PAS! 

Lord. 

[1 for Love 170 

Elegy 229 

Elegy on Thyrza 196 

On the Castle of Chillon 206 

"She walks in beauty, like the night " 174 

" There be none of Beauty's daughters " 1 73 

"When we two parted" 187 

Youth and Age .". . 218 

Campbell, T. 

Battle of the Baltic 202 

Freedom and Love i8i 

Hohenlinden 209 

Lord Ullin's Daughter 179 

Ode to Winter.... 257 

The Maid of Neidpath*. 194 

The River of Life 299 

The Soldier's Dream 270 

To the Evening Stsir 184 

To the Evening Star 267 

•' Ye Mariners of England " 201 

Carew, T. 

The True Beauty 74 

^arey, H. 

Sally in our Alley 124 

Gibber, C. 

The Blind Boy '. 109 

Coleridge, H. 

" Sne is not fair to outward view " 175 

Coleridge, S. T. 

Love 168 

Youth and Age .. . . 294 

Collins, — 

To-morrow 163 

Collins, W. 

Ode Written in MDCCXLVI 117 

The Passions 133 

To Evening 141 

Constable, H. 

Diaphenia 9 

Cowley, A. 

A Supplication ' 82 

Cowper, W. 

Loss of the Royal George 121 

The Castaway 314 

The Poplar Field 138 

•JTi^ Shrubbery 315 



3^4 

PAOB 

The Solitude of Alexander Selkirk 159 

To a Young Lady 127 

To Mary Unwin 160 

To the Same (Mary Unwin) 161 

Crashaw, R. 

Wishes for the Supposed Mistress 66 

Cunningham, A. 

"A Wet sheet and a flowing sea," 200 

Daniel, S. 

*' Care-charmer Sleep, son of the sable Night,". 21 

Dckker, T. 

The Happy Heart. 36 

Drayton, M. 

Love's Farewell •. 23 

Drummond, W. 

" Doth then the world go thus, doth all thus move?". 39 

Madrigal: ** My th >ughts hold mortal strife;" 26 

Saint John Baptist 40 

Summons to Love i 

The Lessons of Nature 38 

'* This Life, which seems so fair," 36 

To his Lute 23 

Dryden, J. 

.Alexander's Feast, or, The Power of Music 102 

Song for Saint Cecilia's Day, 1687 48 

Elliott, J. 

Lament for Flodden 118 

Fletcher, J. 

Melancholy 84 

Gay, J. 

Black-eyed Susan 122 

Goldsmith, O. 

"When lovely woman stoops to folly" 129 

Graham of Gartmore. 

*' If doughty deeds my lady please" 126 

Gray, T. 

Elegy Written in a Country Church-yard 142 

Hymn to Adversity 158 

Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College 155 

Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude* 107 

Ode on the Spring 136 

On a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes. 110 

The Bard 113 

The Progress of Poesy 130 

Herbert, G. 

The Gifts of Ood , 63 



365 

• PAQB 

Herrick, R. 

Corinna's Maying 310 

Counsel to Girk 70 

ITie Poetry of Dress: *'A sweet disorder in the dress ". 76 
The Poetry of Dress: " Whenas in silks my Julia goes " 77 

To Anthea who may Command him Any Thing • 78 

To Blossoms 89 

To Daffodils 89 

To Dianeme 74 

Heywood, T. 

.*' Pack, clouds, away, and welcome day," 30 

Hood, T. 

Past and Present. .*. 220 

The Bridge of Sighs 226 

The Death Bed 231 

Jonson, B. 

Hymn to Diana 65 

The Noble Nature 62 

To Celia 75 

Keats, J. 

" Bright Star! would I were steadfast as thou art — ". . 194 

Happy Insensibility 188 

La Belle Dame sans Merci 190 

Ode on the Poets 166 

Ode to a Nightingale 244 

Ode to Autumn 256 

On First Looking into Chapman's Homer 166 

The Human Seasons 300 

The Mermaid Tavern 225 

The Realm of Fancy 273 

The Terror of Death 195 

Lamb, C. 

Hester 230 

On an In'ant Dying as Soon as Born 233 

The Old Familiar Faces 216 

Lindsay, Lady A. 

Auld Robin Gray 149 

Lodge, T. 

Rosaline 10 

Logan, J. 

The Braes of Yarrow 118 

Lovelace, Colonel. 

To Althea from Prison 80 

To Lucasta, on going beyond the Seas. 8i 

To Lucasta, on Going to the Wars 71 

Lyiye. J. 

Cupid an4 Ounpaspe. . . . , , ,,,,.,.., , 3Q 



366 

PAOS 

Marlowe, C. 

The Passionate Shepherd to his Love 4 

Marvell, A. ^ 

Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland ... 50 

Song of the Emigrants in Bermuda lOo 

.Thoughts in a Garden 90 

Mickle, W. T. 

The Sailor's Wife 151 

Milton, J. 

At a Solemn Music loi 

II Penseroso 96 

L'AlI^ro * . 9a 

Lycidas 53 

Ode on the Morning of Chrbt's Nativity 41 

On his Blindness .^ 61 

On the Late Massacre in Piemont ... 49 

To Cyriack Skinner. '. . 65 

To Mr. Lawrence .* 64 

To the Lady Margaret Ley 72 

When the Assault was Intended to the City 60 

Moore, T. 

"At the mid hour of night, when stars are weeping, 

I fly" 196 

Echoes 183 

Pro Patria Mori 212 

The Jouney Onwards 217 

The Light of Other Days 221. 

Nairn, Lady. 

The Land o' the Leal 154 

Nash, T. 

Spring I 

Philips, A. 

To Charlotte Pulteney 1 1 j 

Pope, A. 

The Quiet Life io3 

Prior, M. 

" The merchant, to secure his treasure, ' 128 

Quarles, F. 

Love Triiunphant. 309 

Rogers, S. 

A Wish 140 

The Sleeping Beauty ^127 

Scott, Sir W. 

A Serenade 183 

Coronach 231 

Datur Hora Quieti 268 

O^thering Song of Donald the Black 199 



36; 

PAO« 

blunting Sons 237 

Jock o' Hazeldean 180 

Rosabelle 232 

The Maid of Neidpath 193 

TheOutlaw 171 

The Pride of Youth 226 

The Rover 191 

To a Lock of Hair 84 

'•Where shall the lover rest " 188 

Sedley, Sir C. 

Child and Maiden 69 

•' Not, Celia, that I justeram" 79 

Sewell, G. 

The Dying Man in his Garden 163 

Shakespeare, W. 

Absence: "Being your slave, what should I do but 

tend " 7 

A Consolation: ** When in disgrace with fortune and 

men's eyes " 8 

A Madrigal: * ' Crabbed Age and Youth " 5 

A Sea Dirge : " Full fathom five thy father lies:" . . 28 
Blind Love : *'0 me! what eyes hath love put in my 

head ". 23 

** Blow, blow, thou winter wind," 25 

Carpe Diem: **0 Mistress mine, where are you 

roaming ?" 16 

Dirge of I^ve: "Come away, come away, Death," 26 

•* Farewell 1 thou art too dear for my possessing," 19 

Fidele: ** Fear no more the heat o' the sun " 27 

" How like a winter^hath my absence been " 7 

*• It was a lover and his lass ' 6 

Love's Perjuries: "On a day, alack the day!" 13 

Madrigal : ** Take O take those lips away" 22 

Madrigal : ** Tell me where is Fancy bred," 29 

. Post Mortem: " If Thou survive my well-contented 

day" 28 

Remembrance: " When to the sessions of sweet silent 

thought"..... 18 

Revolutions: *' Like as the waves make towards the 

pebbled shore " 18 

Soul and Body: •* Poor Soul, the centre of my sinful 

earth"," 37 

" That time of year thou may'st in me behold " 17 

The Fairy Life: 

1. "Where the bee sucks, there suck I :" 308 

2. "Come unto these yellow sands," 308 

The Life without Passion: ''They that have power to 

hurt, and will do none,*' 19 

The Triumph of Death: " No longer mourn for me 
when I am dead", 29 



368 

The Unchangeable: "O never say that I was false of 

heart," 8 

The World's Way: "Tired with all these, for restful 

death I cry— " 39 

Time and Love: 

1. " When I have seen by Time's fell hand defaced " 3 

2. "Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor bound* 

less sea," 3 

To his Love: "Shall I compare thee to a summer's 

day?" 12 

To hb Love: *' When in the chronicle of wasted time " 12 

** To me, fair Friend, you never can be old," 9 

True Love: "Let me not to the marriage of true 

minds" 15 

"Under the greenwood tree " 5 

Winter: " When icicles hang by the wall" 17 

Shelley, P. B. 

A Dream of the Unknown 271 

A Lament 301 

"A widow bird sate mourning for her Love" 269 

Hymn to the Spirit of Nature^ 275 

" I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden;" 176 

Invocation 221 

Lines to an Indian Air 173 

Love's Philosophy 182 

" Music, when soft voices die," 307 

Ode to the West Wind 289 

" One word is too often profaned" 198 

Ozymandias of Egypt 247 

Stanzas Written in Dejection near Naples 223 

The Flifi^ht of Love 192 

The Invitation 263 

The Poet's Dream 292 

The Recollection 265 

To a Lady, with a Guitar 252 

To a Skylark 239 

To the Moon 269 

Tothe Night 185 

Written in the Euganean Hills, North Italy 284 

Shirley, J. 

Death the Leveller 59 

The Last Conqueror t 59 

Sidney, Su- P. 

A Ditty 15 

Sleep 308 

Smart, C. 

The Song of David 312 

Southey, R. 

After Blenheim 210 

The Scholar 324 



3^9 

PAGK 

Spenser, E. 

Prothalamion 31 

Suckling, Sir J. 

Encouragements to a Lover , 81 

Sylvester, J. 

Love's Omnipresence 16 

Thomson, J. • 

" For ever. Fortune, wilt thou prove " . 128 

sRule Britannia 112 

Tonie, The Shepherd. 

Colin II 

Vaughan, H. 

A Vision 312 

The Retreat 63 

Vere, Earl of Oxford, E. 

A Renunciation 25 

Wf "er. E. 

"Go, lovely Rose 1 " 74 

On a Girdle 77 

Webster, J. 

A Land Dirge 28 

Wither, G. 

The Manly Heart 83 

Wolfe. C. 

The Burial of Sir John Moore at Corunna 212 

To Mary 316 

Wordsworth, W. 

Admonition to a Traveler 24S 

A Lesson 219 

* A slumber did my spirit seal;" 178 

By the Sea 267 

Composed at Neidpath Castle, the Property of Lord 

Queensberry, 1803 247 

Desideria 195 

England and Switzerland, i8.*2 200 

"I travell'd among unknown men " -. . , 176 

London, MDCCCll 207 

"My heart leaps up when I behold" 30! 

Nature and the Poet 291 

Ode on Intimations of Immortality from RecoUectio s 

of Early Childhood -301 

Ode to Duty 204 

On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic 207 

Ruth ; or the Influences of Nature 277 

* 'She was a phantom of delight " -.. 174 

Simon Lee, the Old Huntsman 213 

The Affliction of Margaret. . ..,,,,.,,,,*........... 835 



370 

vxan 

The Daffodils 254 

The Education of Nature 177 

The Fountaia 297 

The Green Linnet 242 

The Inner Vision 272 

The Lost Love 176 

The Reaper 250 

• The Reverie of Poor Susan 251 

The Same (London, MDCCCII) 208 

The Trosachs 317 

The Two April Mornings 995 

*• The World is too much with us; late and soon," 293 

To a Distant Friend 186 

To Sleep 269 

To the Cuckoo 243 

To the Daisy 255 

To the Highland Girl of Inversnaid 248 

To the Skylark 238 

Upon Westminster Bridge .y. 246 

•* When I have borne in memory what has tamed". ... 208 

Within King's College Chapel, Cambridge 293 

Written in Early Spring 276 

Va row Unvisited 259 

Yarrow Visited , 261 

Wotton, Sir H. 

Character of a Hapjjy Life 61 

Elizabeth of Bohemia 71 

Wyat, Sir T. 

A Supplication 14 

The Lover's Appeal 20 




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