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The Minstrel, in continuation of Dr. Beattie's Poem. By the

Rev. R. Polwbele

48

Madrigal. From the French of Cocquard. By Mr. Daven-

port

86

Stanzas, on a favourite Plantation, By Dr. Russel...

87

written on a Seat, in the same Plantation.

By the

same......

88

Epigram on Timour the Tartar. By Dr. Browne...

89

A Night Piece, written in Autumn, 1811. By James Hogg,

the Ettrick Shepherd..

90

To a Priend, who asked the Author if he was not tired of

writing on Love and Beauty. By Mr. J. M. Lacey...... 92

Impromptu, on the Marriage of Miss F -. to Mr. Pain. By

Dr. Russel...

94

To a Rich Rival. From the French of Marechal. By Mr.

Davenport......

95

To Lord Redesdale. By Miss Mitford.......

96

Impromptu, on hearing Mrs. Pigot sing to her Harp. By

Eyles Irwin, Esq...

98

Ode to a friend. By the Right Hon. W. H. Burgh...

99

Stanzas to Miss H. B. By Eyles Irwin, Esq..

100

Epigram. From the Greek.....

101

The Desolation of War. By Mr. James Irving.

102

Epigram. From the Greek...

103

Song By Mr. Carlyle.......

104

To-morrow. From the French of Parny. By Mr. Davenport 105

Verses, addressed to the Countess of Charleville, on her Insti-

tution for educating the Children of the Po at Tulla-

more. By the Rev. H. Boyd.........

106

On Death. To a Lady. By Dr. Russel.....

108

On recovering from Sickness. To

By Mr. D. Carey 109

Lines, on hearing Miss A. W. sing Eve's Hymn, out of Milton.

By the Rev. S. B......

110

The Maid of the Woodbine Vale. By Mr. Bristow

111

To a Friend ...

112

March 4, 1813. By the Rev. R. Polwhele....

113

Impromptu on Miss O·Reilly's Picture. By Eyles Irwin, Esq. 115

Ode to Genius. By Miss Mitford....

116

Impromptu, written in the Irish Melodies of my Daughter.

By Eyles Irwin, Esq.......

121

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Reply to a Poem of Lord Vaux. By J. Thelwall, Esq......... 122

To -

From the French of Chaulieu. By Mr. Daven-

port.

123

Ballad. The Lover's Complaint. By Eyles Irwin, Esq........ 124

The Goblet. By Mr. Bristow..

126

Madrigal. From the French of Montreuil. By Mr. Daven-

port ........

127

Lines, written in the Middle of a Night, during the whole of

which it blew a tremendous Hurricane.....

128

Irregular Ode, on the Death of the Empress Catherine II. of

Russia.

129

Epigram. From the Greek....

133

Paraphrase of Verses 1 and 2, ch. xiv. of Job. By Dr. Russel 134

Evening Bells .......

135

The Tear. By Mr. Bristow....

136

The Praises of Italy. From Virgil's Georgics. By Mr. A. S.

Thelwall............

137

To a Lady. In imitation of the thirtieth Epigram of the fifth

Book of Martial. By Dr. Russel

139

Deeds of Glory. By Mr. J. Irving......

140

Apologetical Lines on my Hampstead Garden. By T. Park,

Esq.

141

Morning. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd..........

.............. 142

On Miss W's. Drawings. By Dr. Russel......

143

Horace, Ode xx. Book III. translated into Sapphic Metre. By

Mr. A. S. Thelwall....

144

Lines sent to the Hon. Miss Murray, with a blood-stone Broach,

as a Bridal Present, by her Grandfather

145

Song. From the French of Quinault. By Mr. Davenport.... 146

Impromptu. What is Beauty? By Eyles Irwin, Esq.......... 147

on reading some of my Father's Poems.

By a

young Lady.

148

The Fair Reaper. By R. P. Gillies, Esq.............

149

The Basil Tree of Salernum. From Boccacio. By Sir B.

Boothby, bart.....

150

Canzonet. From the Italian of the Hon. W. Spencer. By

Mr. Davenport...

157

Ode..

Song

159

The Emigrant's Farewel By Mr. J. Irving........

160

To a Young Lady, who asserted that no one above the Age of

thirty could be in Love ....

161

Sonnet on the late Duchess of Gordon. By Sir Brooke Booth-

by, hart....

162

By the late Dr. Leyden.

163

By the same...

164

By the same.

165

to Milford Haven, on landing after a severe Tem-

pest, 1792. By Eyles Irwin, Esq....

166

on reading the Poems of a Girl of thirteen. By the

same.

167

on reading the Poems of Hurdis, after a perusal of

Sir Joshua Reynolds's Academic Discourse on Gains-

borough. By T, Park, Esq...........

168

to the Swallow. By Mr. J. M. Lacey..

169

to the late Honourable Alexander Frazer Tytler,

Lord. Woodhouselee, on his removal from the Civil

to the Criminal Bench. By Miss Mitford...... 170

- to a friend, on his asking me why I had not lately

written any verse. By Mr. Davenport....... 171

Inscription for the Monument of the Defenders of

Saragossa. By the same

172

on the Death of Colonel Schill. By the same

175

to the Spirit of the late Queen of Prussia. By the

same.

174

to Napoleon, flying from Wilna. By the same ........ 175

to Napoleon, returned to Paris. By the same......... 176

a Mediterranean Scene. By the same........

177

Stanzas, composed in a Rustic Seat, overlooking the Ruins of

Bolton Priory, Yorkshire.....

178

The First Tear. By the Rev. R. Polwhele..

180

Part of the fifth Elegy of Milton imitated. By the Rev. H.

Boyd ......

181

A Song. By Miss Mitford...

184

A Morning Salutation. By Mr. Davenport........

185

Phelan's Orphan Boy; a Tale. By Whiston Bristow

186

Song From the French of Patrix......

189

Poor Sarah, written for a graphical design. By T. Park, Esq 190

Epitaph, on Mrs. Brooke, the Mother of Mrs. Irwin, Dublin,

1791. Eyles Irwin, Esq.............

191

The Sordid Citizen of the World. By the Rev. R. Polwhele. 192

Lines, left in a Romantic Summer House, built on the Banks

of a beautiful little River in South Wales..

193

The Mountebank. From the French of St. Gelais. By Mr.

Davenport.....

194

Odd Effects of Absence. By the Rev. R. Polwhele...

195

The Tear of Compassion. By Mr. James Irving .....

195

The Tear of Forgiveness. By the same........

197

Epitaph, written for Colonel R. Brooke. By Eyles Irwin, Esq.. 198

Song. Mary's Eyes......

199

Flora. By the Rev. R. Polwhele......

200

Stanzas, written at the Devil's Bridge, Cardiganshire; on the

story of the Robber, who formerly lived in a Cave under

the principal Fall of the Mynach.....

201

Epigram, on a painted Woman. From the French of Brebeuf.

By Mr. Davenport......

202

The Power of Animation.

203

Lucan's Pharsalia. The Invocation containing the First Sixty-

six Verses. Translated by A. S. Thelwall, Esq...... 204

Epitaph, on John Abbot, Esq. many Years the British Consul

at Aleppo, 1784. By Eyles Irwin, Esq....

To a Young Lady, on her Birth Day..

207

Epigram. From the Greek

208

I Love thec. By Mr. Bristow.....

209

To Miss S. In Imitation of Waller's Epigram,“ Such Helen

was.” By Dr. Russel......

210

Lines, written at Dumfries, on finding that no Monument had

been erected to the Memory of Burns....

211

Madrigal. From the French of Montreuil. By Mr. Davenport 212

Epitaph, on a faithful old Female Servant. By the Rev. R.

Polwbele

213

on Dr. Gilbert Pasley. By Eyles Irwin, Esq.. ...... 214

Napoleon's Dream. By Miss Mitford....

215

Epitaph on St. Pavin. From the French of Fieubet. By Mr.
Davenport

820

Address to Lord Wellington. By a Lady

221

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