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The Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance [1828]     

The Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance [1828]

compiled by Alaric A. Watts

Table of Contents

1-2 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Youth and Age; [Poetry/2 pages]
3-19 Griffin, Gerald. The Dilemma of Phadrig; [Prose/17 pages]
20-21 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Lost Star; [Poetry/2 pages]
22-25 Hemans, Mrs. Felicia. Madelene; [Poetry/4 pages]
26-29 Montgomery, James. Make Way for Liberty; [Poetry/4 pages]
30-31 Barton, Bernard. A Spring Dirge; [Poetry/2 pages]
32-33 Anonymous. On finding a Carrier Pigeon Dead; [Poetry/2 pages]
34-35 Dale, Rev. Thomas. The Voice of Memory; [Poetry/2 pages]
36 Doubleday, Thomas. The Mountain Rill; [Poetry/1 pages]
37-55 Anonymous. A Day at Venice Forty Years Ago; [Prose/19 pages]
56 H. The Giant's Causeway; [Poetry/1 pages]
57-60 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Juliet after the Masquerade; [Poetry/4 pages]
61 H. Windermere; [Poetry/1 pages]
62-64 Hemans, Mrs. Felicia. The Wings of a Dove; [Poetry/3 pages]
65-66 Malcolm, John. The Shadow; [Poetry/2 pages]
67 Anonymous. Ballad; [Poetry/1 pages]
68 Howitt, William. Ballad, "She is singing"; [Poetry/1 pages]
69-70 Procter, Bryan W. (Barry Cornwall). On a Headland in Panama; [Poetry/2 pages]
71-72 Bowles, Rev. William Lisle. On an Eclipse of the Moon; [Poetry/2 pages]
73-85 Maginn, William. The City of Demons; [Prose/12 pages]
85-86 Watts, Alaric Alexander. For Ever Thine; [Poetry/2 pages]
87-89 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). The Wall-Flower; [Poetry/3 pages]
90-92 Anonymous. Psyche borne by the Zephyrs; [Poetry/3 pages]
93-95 Barton, Bernard. The Curtius and the Russell; [Poetry/3 pages]
96-97 Malcolm, John. Love; [Poetry/3 pages]
99-101 Hemans, Mrs. Felicia. The Voice of Home; [Poetry/3 pages]
102-109 Anonymous. The Whisperer, a legend of South Ireland; [Prose/8 pages]
110-111 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Stanzas on Flags; [Poetry/2 pages]
112 H. Snowdon; [Poetry/1 pages]
113-114 Bowles, Miss Caroline. Lines on the Death of a Young Lady; [Poetry/2 pages]
115-116 Anonymous. Song. From Beranger; [Poetry/2 pages]
117 Anonymous. Scenes of my Childhood; [Poetry/1 pages]
118-132 Anonymous. The Court at Tunbridge in 1664; [Prose/15 pages]
133-135 Malcolm, John. The Vesper Bell; [Poetry/3 pages]
136-137 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Ballad, "My ship is weighing"; [Poetry/2 pages]
138 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). Canzonet, "Come, Beloved"; [Poetry/1 pages]
139-140 Howitt, William. Midsummer Musings; [Poetry/2 pages]
141 H. Bolton Strid; [Poetry/1 pages]
142-143 Jewsbury, Maria Jane (Fletcher).. Marie Antoinette and Mirabeau; [Poetry/2 pages]
144 H. Llangolien; [Poetry/1 pages]
145-146 Hemans, Mrs. Felicia. Ancient Song of Victory; [Poetry/2 pages]
147 Inglis, Henry (Derwent Conway). Sonnet to a Mountain Rivulet; [Poetry/1 pages]
148-160 Mitford, Mary Russell. The Last of the Barbers; [Prose/13 pages]
161-164 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). On the Death of Inez; [Poetry/4 pages]
165-170 Hood, Thomas. Stanzas to Thomas Woodgate; [Poetry/6 pages]
171-173 Cunningham, Allan. The British Sailor's Song; [Poetry/3 pages]
174-176 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). Medora; [Poetry/3 pages]
177 Southey, Robert. Epitaph, "Time and the World"; [Poetry/1 pages]
178-179 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). Song, "He said my brow was fair"; [Poetry/2 pages]
180 Anonymous. On a beautiful Portrait by Miss Hayter; [Poetry/1 pages]
181-192 Bowles, Miss Caroline. The Brothers of Aubonne; [Prose/12 pages]
193 H. Stonehenge; [Poetry/1 pages]
194-195 Procter, Bryan W. (Barry Cornwall). The Sleeping Figure of Medena; [Poetry/2 pages]
196 Clare, John. Crowland Abbey; [Poetry/1 pages]
197-202 Bell, Henry Glassford. The Scarf of Gold and Blue; [Poetry/6 pages]
203 Anonymous. Sonnet; [Poetry/1 pages]
203 M. Sonnet, "Wearied with play"; [Poetry/1 pages]
204-205 Anonymous. On revisiting a Ruin; [Poetry/2 pages]
206 H. Capel Curic; [Poetry/1 pages]
207-213 Mitford, Mary Russell. Mademoiselle Therese; [Prose/7 pages]
214 Emerson, James. Song of Sterghios; [Poetry/1 pages]
215-216 Malcolm, John. The First Land; [Poetry/2 pages]
217-218 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Declaration; [Poetry/2 pages]
219 Doubleday, Thomas. The Horologe; [Poetry/1 pages]
220-246 Anonymous. A Roland for an Oliver; [Prose/27 pages]
247-250 Croker, Thomas Crofton. The Thief Discovered; [Poetry/4 pages]
251-252 Hemans, Mrs. Felicia. The Memory of the Dead; [Poetry/2 pages]
253-258 Inglis, Henry (Derwent Conway). La Fiancee; [Poetry/6 pages]
259-261 Webbe, Cornelius. Lament of the Blind Musician for his Son; [Poetry/3 pages]
262-279 Anonymous. The Stauntons. A Fact; [Prose/18 pages]
280-283 S. (H.). Gil Blas; [Poetry/4 pages]
284-287 Doubleday, Thomas. Stanzas, "The vagrant winds that wander"; [Poetry/4 pages]
288 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). Song, "There's Joy mid the green"; [Poetry/1 pages]
289-304 Bowles, Miss Caroline. The Little Brook and the Star; [Prose/16 pages]
305-306 Dale, Rev. Thomas. Temptation; [Poetry/2 pages]
307-310 Howitt, Mary. The Dream of Peticius; [Poetry/4 pages]
311-313 M. The Forsaken Nest; [Poetry/3 pages]
314-316 Russell, Lord John.. The Bee and the Fly; [Poetry/3 pages]
317-324 Mitford, Mary Russell. The Stolen Kiss; [Prose/8 pages]
325-334 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). The Pneumatologist; [Prose/10 pages]
335=336 Anonymous. To Ocean; [Poetry/2 pages]
337 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). Sonnet at Midnight; [Poetry/1 pages]
338-341 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). Lines on Portrait of Scott; [Poetry/4 pages]
342 M. (C.). A Picture; [Poetry/1 pages]
343 Hoyle, Rev. Charles, (H.). Gordale; [Poetry/1 pages]
344 Anonymous. Song; [Poetry/1 pages]
344 Rolle, Percy (P. R.). Song, "Leaves quiver"; [Poetry/1 pages]
345 H. Dovedale; [Poetry/1 pages]
346-347 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Adieu; [Poetry/2 pages]
348 H. Cathedral Service; [Poetry/1 pages]
349-357 Anonymous. The Private Governess; [Poetry/5 pages]
358-363 Jewsbury, Maria Jane (Fletcher). The Death of Saint Louis; [Poetry/1 pages]
364 Clare, John. Sonnet, "Now Summer cometh"; [Poetry/1 pages]
365-383 Anonymous. Undine's Bridal; [Prose/19 pages]
384-395 Anonymous. You ask me for a Pledge, Love; [Poetry/11 pages]
396 Balfour, Alexander. To a Lady Singing; [Poetry/1 pages]
397 Anonymous. The Conversation; [Poetry/1 pages]
398 S. (C.). Early Dawn; [Poetry/1 pages]
399-400 Elton, Sir Charles A. Musings on Avon Valley; [Poetry/2 pages]
401 Danby, F. A Fete Champetre; [Poetry/1 pages]
402 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Love Tormenting the Soul; [Poetry/? pages]

List of Plates

Frontispiece, The Duke and Duchess reading Don Quixote, (art.) Leslie, C. R. , R. A.; (eng.) Rolls, Charles.
Frontispiece, Love tormenting the Soul, (art.) Wood, John; (eng.) Greatbach & Lewis.
57 Juliet after the Masquerade, (art.) Thomson, Henry, R. A.; (eng.) Rolls, Charles.
90 Psyche borne by the Zephyrs, (art.) Wood, John; (eng.) Engleheart, Francis.
145 Return of a Victorious Armament to a Greek City, (art.) Linton, William; (eng.) Goodall, Edward.
174 Medora, (art.) Pickersgill, Henry W.; (eng.) Rolls, Charles.
217 The Declaration, (art.) Farrier, Robert; (eng.) Romney, John.
247 The Thief Discovered, (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Humphrys, William.
322 The Stolen Kiss, (art.) Allan, William, R. A.; (eng.) Romney, John.
397 The Conversation, (art.) Stothard, Thomas, R.; (eng.) Ensom, William.
401 A Fete Champetre, (art.) Danby, F., A. R. A.; (eng.) Wallis, Robert.
404 The Head-Piece, (art.) Wood, John; (eng.) Thomson, James.
406 Tail- Piece, (art.) Wood, John; (eng.) Thomson, James.

Date: 1828 (Web page revisions: 07/12/2006) Author: compiled by Alaric A. Watts (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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