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PREFATORY NOTICE. By W. M. ROSSETTI
The Veiled Prophet of Khorassan
Paradise and the Peri.
THE TWOPENNY POST-BAG--
Preface to the Fourteenth Edition. By a Friend of
Letter I. From the Princess Charlotte of Wales
to the Lady Barbara Ashley .
II. From Colonel M‘Mahon to G. Francis
III. From George, Prince Regent, to the
Earl of Yarmouth
IV. From the Right Hon. Patrick D-gen-n
to the Right Hon. Sir John Nichol .
V. From the Countess-Dowager of Cork to
VI. From Abdallah, in London, to Mohas-
san, in Ispahan
VII. From Messrs. L-ck-gt-n & Co.
VIII. From Colonel Thomas to
THE TWOPENNY Post-BAG, continued-
181 182 182 183 183 184 185 185 186 186 187
To Julia. In allusion to some Illiberal Criticisms
To a Lady, with some Manuscript Poems. On leaving
To the Large and Beautiful Miss In allusion
to some Partnership in a Lottery Share .
Imitation of Catullus. To himself
To Julia. “Though Fate, my girl,"
Nature's Labels. A Fragment
Tq Mrs. M — “Sweet Lady!"
To Julia. “Mock me no more'
To Rosa. “Does the harp”
Sympathy. To Julia .
To Julia. “I saw the peasant's hands”
On the Death of a Lady
Written in the Llank-leaf of a Lady's Common-place
To Rosa. "Like who trusts
To Rosa. “Oh! why should the girl
Rondeau. “Good night ! good night !"
To Rosa. Written during Illness
Anacreontic. “Press the grape,”
Anacreontic. “Friend of my soul”
Charity. “O woman! if by simple wile
Love and Marriage
To Miss On her asking the Author why she
had Sleepless Nights
Nonsense. “Good reader ! if you
To Julia. On her Birth-day
To Rosa. “And are you then”
JUVENILE POEMs, continued
On her beautiful Translation of Voi-
To a Lady. On her Singing .
A Dream. “I thought this heart”
Written in a Common-place Book, called “The Book
The Tear. “On beds of snow"
To Julia, weeping. “Oh! if your tears
Song "Have you not seen
The Shield. “Oh! did you not hear'
Elegiac Stanzas, supposed to be written by Julia, on
the Death of her Brother .
Elegiac Stanzas. “When wearied wretches
The Kiss. "Grow to my lip”
To “With all my soul”
A Reflection at Sea
Song. “If I swear by that eye
To “Remember him thou leavest behind"
Song. “Fly from the world”
Song. "Think on that look"
“Where is the nymph
Song “When Time, who steals”
The Shrine. To
Reuben and Rose. A Tale of Romance
The Ring. A Tale
Song. “Of all my happiest
To a Boy with a Watch
Fragments of College Exercises
Song. “Mary, I believe thee true”
Song. “Why does azure deck the sky"
Morality, a familiar Epistle
The Natal Genius, a Dream
EPISTLES, ODES, &c:-
To Lord Viscount Strangford .
Stanzas. “A beam of tranquillity”
EPISTLUS, ODES, &c., continued-
The Tell-tale Lyre
To the Flying-Fish
To Miss Moore
To Cara, after an Interval of Absence
To Cara, on the Dawning of a New-Year's Day
To the Invisible Girl
Peace and Glory
1801. “To be the theme"
Song. "Take back the sigh"
A Ballad. The Lake of the Dismal Swamp
To the Marchioness Dowager of Donegal
The Genius of Harmony
To George Morgan, Esq., of Norfolk, Virginia
The Ring. “No-Lady! Lady!”
On seeing her with a White Veil and
a Rich Girdle
“When I loved you
From the Greek of Meleager.
Lines, written in a Storm at Sea
Odes to Nea. Written at Bermuda
Odes to Nea. “I pray you, let us roam
“You read it in my languid eyes"
A Dream of Antiquity
“Well—peace to thy heart”
“If I were yonder wave, my dear”
"I stole along the flowery bank”
A Kiss a l'antique
“ There's not a Look”
To Joseph Atkinson, Esq., from Bermuda
Love and Reason
To Fanny. “Nay, do not weep
Aspasia. "'Twas in the fair Aspasia's bower'
The Grecian Girl's Dream of the Blessed Islands
The Steersman's Song
To Chloe, Imitated from Martial
To the Fire-Fly
The Vase. “There was a vase