The Forget Me Not Literary Annual for 1827

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Table of Contents, Forget Me Not, A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1827     

Table of Contents

1 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Love's Motto; [Poetry/2 pages]
3 Croly, Rev. George. A Dirge; [Poetry/2 pages]
5 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). The Household Spaniel; [Poetry/2 pages]
7 Richardson, David Lester. Nature; [Poetry/2 pages]
9 Bowdich (Lee), Mrs.. Amba, the Witches Daughter; [Prose/30 pages]
39 Bowring, Dr. John. The Glow-worm; [Poetry/1 pages]
40 Fitz-Eustace, Randolph. First Love; [Prose/10 pages]
50 F. (E.). To the Clouds; [Poetry/1 pages]
51 Bowring, Dr. John. The Spider swinging in the Wind; [Poetry/1 pages]
52 Wilson, Mrs. Cornwell Baron. The Gamester; [Poetry/3 pages]
55 Seymore, Montague. Lines written in a Storm; [Poetry/2 pages]
57 Mitford, Mary Russell. Grace Neville; [Prose/12 pages]
69 Hemans, Mrs. Felicia. The Cliff of Dover; [Poetry/1 pages]
70 Harrison, William Henry, (H.). Forget-me-Not; [Poetry/5 pages]
75 Croly, Rev. George. The Russian Black Eagle; [Poetry/2 pages]
77 Bowles, Rev. William Lisle. On Bust of R. B. Sheridan after Death; [Poetry/1 pages]
78 Booker, Rev. Luke. To an Infant Sleeping; [Poetry/1 pages]
79 Lyndsay, David. The Three Damsels; [Poetry/7 pages]
86 Booker, Rev. Luke. To the Last Star of Morning; [Poetry/1 pages]
87 Croly, Rev. George. Maria de Torquemada taking Veil; [Poetry/1 pages]
88 Kenney, James. Song, "When Zephyr comes"; [Poetry/1 pages]
89 Bird, James. The Ordeal of the Heart; [Poetry/3 pages]
92 Woodley, Rev. George. To the Moon; [Poetry/2 pages]
94 Polwhele, Rev. Richard. Impromptu writing in Lady's Album; [Poetry/1 pages]
95 Anonymous. The Red-Nosed Lieutenant; [Prose/20 pages]
115 Seymore, Montague. Hope; [Poetry/1 pages]
116 Grant, Mrs. Anne of Laggan. To a Lady, an Original Poem; [Poetry/1 pages]
117 Brandreth, Henry. Stanzas to Stella; [Poetry/3 pages]
120 Hingston, Francis. Friendship; [Poetry/1 pages]
121 F. (E.). Spring; [Poetry/1 pages]
122 Piozzi (Mrs.Hester Lynch). Excuse for writing my own Praise; [Poetry/1 pages]
123 Luscombe, John. Recollections of my Youth; [Poetry/3 pages]
126 Hatfield, Miss S. E.. Night; [Poetry/1 pages]
127 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Stag; [Poetry/3 pages]
130 Bowring, Dr. John. Hymn, "I cannot always trace the way"; [Poetry/1 pages]
131 Hood, Thomas. Ruth; [Poetry/1 pages]
132 Richardson, David Lester. Sonnet written in Benares; [Poetry/1 pages]
133 Roby, John. The Haunted Manor-House; [Prose/26 pages]
159 Balfour, Alexander. To the Swallow emigrating; [Poetry/1 pages]
160 Luscombe, John. The Convent Bell; [Poetry/1 pages]
161 Anonymous. The Mother's Grave; [Poetry/1 pages]
162 Wilson, Mrs. Cornwell Baron. The Village Maid; [Poetry/1 pages]
163 Roberts, Emma. The Guelph and the Ghibelline; [Prose/8 pages]
171 Anonymous. A Song of Death; [Poetry/2 pages]
173 Barton, Bernard. Human Life; [Poetry/1 pages]
174 Mitford, Mary Russell. Sonnet, "How oft amid the heap'd"; [Poetry/1 pages]
175 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). A Dream of Youth; [Poetry/4 pages]
179 Thomson, Richard. Hans in Kelder; [Prose/22 pages]
201 Wilson, Mrs. Cornwell Baron. The Lover to his Faithless Mistress; [Poetry/2 pages]
203 Anonymous. Woman's Love; [Poetry/1 pages]
204 D.. The Suicide; [Poetry/3 pages]
207 Anonymous. Description of a Sepulchral Monument; [Poetry/6 pages]
213 Anonymous. The Warrior's Farewell; [Poetry/2 pages]
215 Seymore, Montague. Edgar; [Poetry/3 pages]
218 Balfour, Alexander. The Dream, a Sonnet; [Poetry/1 pages]
219 Roberts, Emma. Maximilian and his Daughter; [Prose/8 pages]
227 Croly, Rev. George. The Greek and the Turkman; [Poetry/2 pages]
228 Polwhele, Rev. Richard. On Lady's Rapture on Cottager Life; [Poetry/1 pages]
231 Anonymous. Sir Roger de Coverly in Love; [Poetry/6 pages]
237 Hemans, Mrs. Felicia. Night-blowing Flowers; [Poetry/2 pages]
239 Neele, Henry. The Comet; [Prose/28 pages]
267 Mitford, Mary Russell. Sonnet, "I could have length'd out"; [Poetry/1 pages]
268 Croly, Rev. George. The Outlaw; [Poetry/1 pages]
269 Wilson, Mrs. Cornwell Baron. Love and Duty; [Poetry/4 pages]
273 Neele, Henry. Thoughts; [Poetry/2 pages]
275 Anonymous. Lacy de Vere; [Prose/20 pages]
280 Booker, Rev. Luke. On Sable Vest over Lady's Harp; [Poetry/1 pages]
295 Croly, Rev. George. The Enchanted Castle; [Poetry/2 pages]
297 Hingston, Francis. To a Lady who did not believe Me; [Poetry/1 pages]
298 Hatfield, Miss S. E.. Stanzas to Sorrow; [Poetry/1 pages]
299 Bird, James. My Father's Grave; [Poetry/2 pages]
301 Clarke, Rev. William Branwhite. Visit to Chillon on Lake Geneva; [Prose/8 pages]
309 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). Gildeluec ha Guilladun; [Prose/19 pages]
328 Croly, Rev. George. Conscience; [Poetry/1 pages]
329 Barton, Bernard. Princess Elizabeth at Woodstock; [Poetry/3 pages]
332 Seymore, Montague. Address to Lady gathering Convolvulus; [Poetry/1 pages]
333 Anonymous. The Attacked Escort, a Spanish Scene; [Prose/10 pages]
343 Anonymous. Il faut partir; [Poetry/1 pages]
344 Balfour, Alexander. Garden Rhymes; [Prose/11 pages]
355 Anonymous. Alice Gray; [Poetry/2 pages]
357 Anonymous. Description St Mark's & Doge's Palace; [Prose/4 pages]
361 Brandreth, Henry. Song, "And would'st thou music"; [Poetry/2 pages]
363 Mitford, Mary Russell. The Bridal Eve; [Prose/12 pages]
375 Norman, A. The Pixey; [Poetry/5 pages]
380 Balfour, Alexander. To an Itinerant Musician; [Poetry/1 pages]
381 Benger, Miss Elizabeth Ogilvie. Escape of Mary Queen of Scots; [Prose/7 pages]
388 Anonymous. The Fight of Nidwalden; [Poetry/2 pages]
390 Croly, Rev. George. The Monument; [Poetry/1 pages]
391 Collier, James Payne. The Praise of Love; [Poetry/2 pages]
393 Lyndsay, David. The Bridal Ornaments; [Poetry/3 pages]

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