Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine (Maga)

A monthly periodical (April 1817 – 1980), founded as a Tory rival to the Whiggish Edinburgh Review, published from October 1817 by Blackwood’s publishing house. DVPP indexes poems until the end of 1901.

Years in which poems were published in this periodical

Poems appearing in this periodical

Poem title Poets Date Vol etc. Transcribed? id #
Notices Concerning the Scottish Gypsies Hogg, James 1817-04 Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Page: 43 no 8049
The Wyfe of Auchtermuchtie 1817-04 Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Page: 67–68 no 7955
Extract from “A Mock Poem upon the Expedition of the Highland Host” Cleland, William 1817-04 Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Page: 69 no 15312
The Desolate Village. A Reverie Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-04 Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Page: 70–71 no 7957
Italy 1817-04 Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Page: 71–72 no 7959
Verses Recited by the Author, in a Party of his Countrymen, on the Day that the News arrived of our final Victory over the French Hogg, James 1817-04 Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Page: 72 no 7961
Shakespeare Club of Alloa 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 152–154 no 8052
Notices Concerning the Scottish Gypsies Leyden, John 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 154 no 8053
A Last Adieu Hogg, James 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 169 no 7962
The Past Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 169 no 7964
A Night Scene S. (Blackwood’s) 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 170 no 7968
The Mossy Seat Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 169–170 no 7965
“Pour thy tears wild and free” B. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 170 no 7966
Lines: Written in Spring—1812 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 170–171 no 7970
The Mermaid. From the German of Goethe Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 171 no 7972
Greece. From the French of Ardans Ardans 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Page: 171 no 7974
The Non-Descript—To a very charming Monster Brown, Thomas 1817-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 417 no 8056
Sonnet to the Yew-Tree Leyden, John 1817-06 Volume: 1, Issue: 3, Page: 277 no 7978
The Wreath Pringle, Thomas 1817-06 Volume: 1, Issue: 3, Page: 277 no 7979
Song Pringle, Thomas 1817-06 Volume: 1, Issue: 3, Page: 277 no 7980
The Moss Rose. From the German of Krummacher Krummacher, Friedrich Adolf 1817-06 Volume: 1, Issue: 3, Page: 278 no 7985
The Two Graves. From the German of Klopstock Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb 1817-06 Volume: 1, Issue: 3, Page: 278 no 7986
The Burial of Sir John Moore, Who fell at the Battle of Corunna, in 1808 Wolfe, Charles 1817-06 Volume: 1, Issue: 3, Page: 277–278 no 7982
Mary’s Dream Lowe, John 1817-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 380–381 no 8055
Sonnet II. To the Same W. P. 1817-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 404 no 7990
The Captive Lark R. (Blackwood’s) 1817-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 404 no 7988
Stanzas. “A Cloud came over my Soul” S. (Blackwood’s) 1817-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 404 no 7992
Sonnet I. On seeing the Grave of an unfortunate Girl whom the Author had known in the days of her innocence W. P. 1817-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 404 no 7989
The Lesson. From the German of Klopstock Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb 1817-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 405 no 7994
Song E. (Blackwood’s) 1817-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 404–405 no 7991
Song. Der winter hat mit kalter hand, &c. From the German. Anonymous Bürger, Gottfried August 1817-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 405 no 7993
Lines Written in a Highland Glen Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-08 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 501 no 7995
The Widow’d Mother Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-08 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 501 no 7996
Sonnet, On the Spirit of Domestic Happiness Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-08 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 501 no 7997
Sonnet To a young Lady caressing her Infant Brother E. (Blackwood’s) 1817-08 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 502 no 7998
Lines on the Grave of a Child D. F. A. 1817-08 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 502 no 8002
Sonnet to a Revered Female Relative Pringle, Thomas 1817-08 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 502 no 7999
Sonnet To an Infidel Gray, J. 1817-08 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 502 no 8000
Friendship S. (Blackwood’s) 1817-08 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 502 no 8001
Lines on the Death of a Young Lady N—k 1817-09 Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Page: 623 no 8003
Stanzas: On the Custom in Switzerland, &c, of planting Flowers on the Graves of departed Friends 1817-09 Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Page: 623–624 no 8004
Passage through the Desert. A Fragment 1817-09 Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Page: 624 no 8005
Elvershöh,—A Fairy Ballad. From the German of Herder Herder, Johann Gottfried von 1817-09 Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Page: 624–625 no 8006
Verses to the Memory of a Very Promising Child. Written after witnessing her last Moments McDiarmid, John 1817-09 Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Page: 625 no 8007
“As down in the sunless retreats of the ocean” Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1817-09 Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Page: 631 no 8057
“The bird let loose in Eastern skies” Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1817-09 Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Page: 631 no 8058
“Sweet voices! circling all the cloudy tops” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 47 no 8016
Elegy Hogg, James 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 47 no 8017
Lines Written in a Lady’s Album Paterson, Walter 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 74 no 8018
A Thought Paterson, Walter 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 74 no 8019
The Progress of Learning Shuttleworth, Philip Francis 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 80–82 no 8022
Written at Midnight, During a Storm, on the Upper Lake of Killarney Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 88 no 8024
Written During a Gloom on the Upper Lake of Killarney Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 88 no 8025
Lines Written on Oak Island, Killarney Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 87–88 no 8023
Written on the Top of Mangerton, Killarney Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 89 no 8026
A Curious Old Song 1817-10 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 89–90 no 8027
Bessy Bell and Mary Gray Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-11 Volume: 2, Issue: 8, Page: 165–166 no 8028
Waking Dreams. A Fragment Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-11 Volume: 2, Issue: 8, Page: 174–176 no 8029
On Leaving the North Highlands Grant, Anne (née MacVicar) 1817-11 Volume: 2, Issue: 8, Page: 185 no 8030
The Shade of Burns to its Tormentors 1817-11 Volume: 2, Issue: 8, Page: 205 no 8031
The Maiden’s Bloody Garland 1817-12 Volume: 2, Issue: 9, Page: 266–267 no 8032
Lines Written in a Lonely Burial-Ground on the Northern Coast of the Highlands Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-12 Volume: 2, Issue: 9, Page: 295–296 no 8033
Petrarch. Canzone 14 Petrarch 1817-12 Volume: 2, Issue: 9, Page: 296 no 8034
Lines on the Death of a Brother Juvenis 1817-12 Volume: 2, Issue: 9, Page: 296–297 no 8035
Ode on the Breaking of a China Quart Mug Belonging to the Buttery of Lincoln College 1817-12 Volume: 2, Issue: 9, Page: 317–318 no 8036
Prince’s Street Sketches. No I: “The apparel oft bespeaks the man” 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 369–370 no 8037
To My Dog Tytler, Patrick Fraser 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 378 no 8038
To Mr James Home, Writer to the Signet Ramsay, Allan 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 383 no 8039
The Dejeuné. A Pindaric Ode 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 394–396 no 8109
Sonnet to Walter Scott, Esq. Patmore, Peter James 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 399 no 8110
A Hebrew Melody Hogg, James 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 400 no 8112
Verses Written on the Sixth of November 1817 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 400 no 8113
To a Lady Reading Romeo and Juliet. From the German 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 424–425 no 8114
Verses Written in 1793, on Seeing the Place Where the Maid of Orleans Suffered. From the German 1818-01 Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Page: 425–426 no 8128
The Soldier in Egypt Finlay, John 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 490 no 8115
To the Swiss Finlay, John 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 490 no 8116
Sonnets to Mr Wordsworth. No I Patmore, Peter James 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 512 no 8117
Sonnets to Mr Wordsworth. No II Patmore, Peter James 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 513 no 8119
Lines to Crookston Castle S. P. (Blackwood’s) 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 515 no 8122
On a Dying Sister Stolberg, Friedrich Leopold 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 515–516 no 8125
Translation of a Greek Fragment of Simonides Simonides of Ceos 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 516 no 8129
The Battle of Sempach Tchudi, Albert 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 530–532 no 8130
The Passion. From the Old Spanish 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 533 no 8131
Lines, From the German of the late Prince Louis of Prussia Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 533 no 8132
Elegy on the Death of an Idiot Girl A Lady 1818-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 11, Page: 533–534 no 8133
To the Publisher Hogg, James 1818-03 Volume: 2, Issue: 12 no 8142
Elegy on the Death of an Infant Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1818-03 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 620 no 8134
Peace Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1818-03 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 620–621 no 8135
Sonnet Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1818-03 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 621 no 8136
The Roses. Inscribed to Miss T. McDiarmid, John 1818-03 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 621 no 8137
Groo-loo-kri-tchi (or the Blown-plumed Condor) Koo-ri-tsan-koo 1818-03 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 639–640 no 8138
Regalia of Scotland Stewart, Albyn 1818-03 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 691–692 no 8140
On the Death of the Princess Charlotte Hemans, Felicia 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 5–8 no 8173
The Faeries, A Dream-like Remembrance of a Dream Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 30–32 no 8174
“While worldly men through stupid years” Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 51 no 8175
“O hone, Odoherty!” Hogg, James 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 51 no 8176
“When wondering ages shall have rolled away” Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 51–52 no 8177
Elegy Written in a Ball-room Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 52–53 no 8178
Young’s Night Thoughts Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 53–54 no 8179
“I rose this morning about half past nine” Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 54–55 no 8180
Echo, in two Poetical Dialogues Wrangham, Francis 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 55–56 no 8201
Sonnet to John Carnegie, Esq. Hogg, James 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 58 no 8202
On Carmel’s Brow. A Hebrew Melody Hogg, James 1818-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 90 no 8205
Humorous Description of Shipwreck by Drink Heywood, Thomas 1818-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 14, Page: 141 no 8209
Cassandra Schiller, Friedrich 1818-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 14, Page: 153–154 no 8211
Fragment of a Fifth Canto of Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage 1818-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 14, Page: 201–202 no 8213
The Herald S. (Blackwood’s) 1818-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 14, Page: 211 no 8215
Here Follow the Notices, Done into Metre by an ingenious Friend Lockhart, John Gibson, Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1818-06 Volume: 3, Issue: 15, Page: xx–iv no 8219
The First of May Wrangham, Francis 1818-06 Volume: 3, Issue: 15, Page: 256 no 8221
Poetical Account of an Oxford Examination S. S. (Blackwood’s) 1818-06 Volume: 3, Issue: 15, Page: 280–282 no 8222
The Mad Banker of Amsterdam; Or, the Fate of the Brauns Lockhart, John Gibson 1818-07 Volume: 3, Issue: 16, Page: 402–407 no 8223
To Ebert. From the German of Klopstock Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb 1818-07 Volume: 3, Issue: 16, Page: 416–417 no 8240
The Black Yager’s Song. From the German of Körner Körner, Theodore 1818-07 Volume: 3, Issue: 16, Page: 417–418 no 8241
The Murderess. From the German of Schiller Schiller, Friedrich 1818-07 Volume: 3, Issue: 16, Page: 418–419 no 8242
The Mad Banker of Amsterdam; Or, The Fate of the Brauns Lockhart, John Gibson 1818-08 Volume: 3, Issue: 17, Page: 530–533 no 8244
To Miss Kelly Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Volume: 3, Issue: 18, Page: 600 no 8247
Dialogue Between a Mother and Child Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Volume: 3, Issue: 18, Page: 600 no 8245
The Old Familiar Faces Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Volume: 3, Issue: 18, Page: 600 no 8246
On the Sight of Swans in Kensington Garden Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Volume: 3, Issue: 18, Page: 601 no 8252
XI Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Volume: 3, Issue: 18, Page: 600–601 no 8248
Sabbath Bells Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Volume: 3, Issue: 18, Page: 601 no 8249
Lines on the Celebrated Picture by Lionardo da Vinci, called the Virgin of the Rocks Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Volume: 3, Issue: 18, Page: 601 no 8250
The Prisoner’s Prayer to Sleep Wolfe, Charles 1818-10 Volume: 4, Issue: 19, Page: 13 no 8263
Genethliaca Venetiana. Lines on John William Rizzo Hoppner, born at Venice on the Eighteenth of January 1818 Byron, Lord George Gordon 1818-10 Volume: 4, Issue: 19, Page: 62–63 no 8264
Lines de Mapes, Walter 1818-10 Volume: 4, Issue: 19, Page: 63 no 8275
Verses 1818-10 Volume: 4, Issue: 19, Page: 63–64 no 8280
Ad Percevallum e Granta exiturum, A. D. 1783 1818-10 Volume: 4, Issue: 19, Page: 64 no 8283
Verses, Addressed to the Right Hon. Lady Anne Scott of Buccleuch Hogg, James 1818-10 Volume: 4, Issue: 19, Page: 74–76 no 8286
Edith and Nora. A Pastoral Poet’s Dream Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1818-10 Volume: 4, Issue: 19, Page: 76–80 no 8291
The Complaint of Ceres Schiller, Friedrich 1818-11 Volume: 4, Issue: 20, Page: 161–162 no 8296
Fortune Guidi, Carlo Alessandro 1818-11 Volume: 4, Issue: 20, Page: 162–164 no 8299
Ruth Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1818-12 Volume: 4, Issue: 21, Page: 261–263 no 8305
Song II Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1818-12 Volume: 4, Issue: 21, Page: 321 no 8307
Song I Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1818-12 Volume: 4, Issue: 21, Page: 321 no 8306
The English Sailor and the King of Achen’s Daughter. A Tale of Terror Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1818-12 Volume: 4, Issue: 21, Page: 323–325 no 8308
To the Child of Corinna! Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1818-12 Volume: 4, Issue: 21, Page: 325 no 8309
A Portrait Patmore, Peter James 1818-12 Volume: 4, Issue: 21, Page: 332–333 no 8310
Elegy Anster, John 1818-12 Volume: 4, Issue: 21, Page: 333–334 no 8311
Versification of a Passage in Purchas Crowe, William 1818-12 Volume: 4, Issue: 21, Page: 344–345 no 8312
Our Joys. From Goëthe Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 404 no 8313
The Interview. From Schiller Schiller, Friedrich 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 405 no 8314
The Elements. From Bürger Bürger, Gottfried August 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 405 no 8315
A Speech 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 406 no 8324
A Church-Yard Dream Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 455 no 8325
Sonnet Lloyd, Charles 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 455–456 no 8327
Sonnet Lloyd, Charles 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 456 no 8329
Lines Lloyd, Charles 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 456 no 8331
St Helena H. G. 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 456–457 no 8332
The King’s Crutches N. R. (Blackwood’s) 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 457–459 no 8333
The Royal Vision 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 459–460 no 8335
Gordale Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 471 no 8338
“Pure Element of Waters, wheresoe’er” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 471 no 8336
Malham Cove Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-01 Volume: 4, Issue: 22, Page: 471 no 8337
The Arcadian Lovers 1819-02 Volume: 4, Issue: 23, Page: 530–541 no 8341
The Mad Banker of Amsterdam; or, The Fate of the Brauns Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-02 Volume: 4, Issue: 23, Page: 563–567 no 8344
Odoherty’s Garland, in Honour of Mrs Cooke, the Great Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-02 Volume: 4, Issue: 23, Page: 568 no 8346
The Eve of St Jerry Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆), Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-02 Volume: 4, Issue: 23, Page: 569–570 no 8372
The Rime of the Auncient Waggonere Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1819-02 Volume: 4, Issue: 23, Page: 571–574 no 8373
The Bride of Corinth Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1819-03 Volume: 4, Issue: 24, Page: 688–689 no 8374
Glorvina’s Warning Anster, John 1819-03 Volume: 4, Issue: 24, Page: 720–722 no 8375
Lines to Miss Grace Maddox, the Fair Pugilist Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1819-03 Volume: 4, Issue: 24, Page: 725 no 8376
The Annual Pill Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1819-03 Volume: 4, Issue: 24, Page: 726 no 8377
Account of the Milling-match between Entellus and Dares, translated from the Fifth Book of the Æneid Virgil 1819-03 Volume: 4, Issue: 24, Page: 726–728 no 8378
The Mad Banker of Amsterdam; or, the Fate of the Brauns Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-03 Volume: 4, Issue: 24, Page: 729–734 no 8379
Elegiac Verses J. R. (Blackwood’s) 1819-03 Volume: 4, Issue: 24, Page: 744 no 8380
To Ianthe Leyden, John 1819-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 25, Page: 8 no 7855
Translation of an Arabic Poem Modaffar of Abiward 1819-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 25, Page: 15 no 7831
“The sun sets in night, and the stars shun the day” Hunter, Anne 1819-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 25, Page: 16 no 7832
“When Britain first, at Heav’n’s command” Thomson, James (1700-1748) 1819-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 25, Page: 16 no 7732
“Says Plato, why should man be vain” 1819-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 25, Page: 16 no 7833
A Farewell to Tobacco 1819-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 25, Page: 50–51 no 7829
Sonnet on Myself 1819-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 25, Page: 100 no 7875
Peter Bell. A Tale, in Verse Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 130–136 no 7730
The Covenanter’s Heather-Bed 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 147–148 no 7737
The Five Oaks of Dallwitz. From the German of Körner Körner, Theodore 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 148 no 7740
Eternity. A Fragment. From the German of Haller Haller, Albrecht von 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 149–150 no 7743
Opposition Medley 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 201 no 7876
Song T. M. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 201 no 7877
Imitated.—To P. M—, M. P. 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 201 no 7878
The Black Broom. A Scotch Sang English’d Kirkman Finlay (allonym) 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 202 no 7879
An Excellent New Song 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 202–203 no 7880
“While every tongue” 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 203 no 7882
Political Alphabet; or, the Young Member’s A. B. C. 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 203–204 no 7883
Sonnet. To the beautiful Miss Lucy Forman. On seeing her shaking Canaster from one Bag into another Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 205 no 7751
Sonnet. On seeing a Spark fall from Mr Hogg’s Pipe Gillies, Robert Pearse 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 205 no 7748
Imitation of Sir John Suckling’s Despairing Lover R. J. (Blackwood’s) 1819-05 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 216 no 7754
Third Part of Christabel Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 286–291 no 7764
A Dream Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 315–316 no 7860
To a Child Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 316 no 7861
Sonnet. To — 1817 Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 316 no 7862
Night Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 322 no 7768
Song. “Here’s a health to one I love dear.” Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 322 no 7769
Sonnet M. (Blackwood’s) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 323 no 7771
Captivity Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 333 no 7774
Composed in one of the Valleys of Westmoreland, on Easter Sunday Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 333 no 7776
“I heard (alas, ‘twas only in a dream)” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 333 no 7777
The Waggoner, A Poem Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 332–333 no 7773
To the River Derwent Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 334 no 7779
To a Snow-Drop, Appearing Very Early in the Season Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Volume: 5, Issue: 27, Page: 334 no 7778
Billy Routing, A Lyrical Ballad Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1819-07 Volume: 5, Issue: 28, Page: 434 no 7781
Stanzas Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-08 Volume: 5, Issue: 29, Page: 560 no 7792
The Month of September Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-08 Volume: 5, Issue: 29, Page: 560 no 7790
To — W. (Blackwood’s) 1819-08 Volume: 5, Issue: 29, Page: 560 no 7791
Poem. Recited by Odoherty at a Grand Dinner-Party of the Contributors, in their Tent, near Mar-Lodge, on the 12th of August 1819 Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1819-08 Volume: 5, Issue: 29, Page: 610 no 7894
Song to a Salmon Hogg, James 1819-08 Volume: 5, Issue: 29, Page: 610–611 no 7895
Tickler’s Song to a Brother Sportsman at a Distance Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1819-08 Volume: 5, Issue: 29, Page: 611 no 7897
The Coliseum Bob Buller of Brazennose 1819-08 Volume: 5, Issue: 29, Page: 611 no 7898
The Memory of Sandy Ferguson Dr. James Scott (allonym) 1819-08 Volume: 5, Issue: 29, Page: 612 no 7899
Carmen Diabolicum. Sung in Oliver & Boyd’s Printing Office, on the Midnight between the 19th and 20th August, 1819. Solo, by Bowzy Beelzebub Bowzy Beelzebub 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 628 no 7793
Carmen Diabolicum. Sung in Oliver & Boyd’s Printing Office, on the Midnight between the 19th and 20th August, 1819. Solo, by Tipsy Thammuz Tipsy Thammuz (pseudonym) 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 628 no 7794
Lines to Miss Fanny Forman, on Bidding her Farewell Maginn, William, Lockhart, John Gibson, Hogg, James, Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 630–631 no 7795
Sanctandrews Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 634–638 no 7797
L’Envoy; An Excellent New Song in Honour of Dr. Scott Hogg, James 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 640 no 7800
Dr. Scott’s Farewell to Braemar Hogg, James 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 641 no 7801
Ye Pugilists of England. As Sung by Messrs Price, Tims, and Woods (Son of the Fighting Waterman), on the 4th of September 1819, near the Linn of Dee 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 668 no 7805
Small Talk Bob Buller of Brazennose 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 684–685 no 7806
The Meeting of Wallace and Bruce on the Banks of the Carron Hemans, Felicia 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 686–688 no 7807
Love’s Phantoms of Wo 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 699–700 no 7808
Leddrie Green, An excellent new Song, Written by Bailie Jarvie, a good many Years ago Bailie Jarvie (pseud.) 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 715 no 7810
Inconstancy; A Song to Mrs M’Whirter Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 715–716 no 7811
Chaunt.—By Mrs M’Whirter Mrs M’Whirter 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 717–718 no 7814
Song, by Mr Wastle, On Proposing the Health of H. R. H. Prince Leopold Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 730 no 7816
I Pity You, Ye Stars So Bright, &c 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 731 no 7817
The Friar’s Farewell to Oxford 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 731–732 no 7818
Song—Sung by General Sophist Seward of Christ-Church 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 733 no 7819
Song—“That I love thee, charming Maid,” to its own Tune Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 734 no 7820
Captain Paton’s Lament Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-09 Volume: 5, Issue: 30, Page: 735–736 no 7821
Love Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1819-10 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 12 no 8063
“All that’s sweet and soft attend” Veal, Joseph 1819-10 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 28 no 8078
Olden Time 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 136 no 7745
Stanzas. Composed in Sherewood Plantation 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 136 no 7744
Sonnet IX Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 160 no 8081
Sonnet VIII Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 160 no 8080
Sonnet XXIII Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 161 no 8085
Sonnet XI Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 160–161 no 8082
Sonnet VI Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 161 no 8083
Sonnet XIX Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 161 no 8084
Don Juan Unread Maginn, William 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 194–195 no 7749
Yarrow Unvisited Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 194–195 no 7750
Fancy in Nubibus. A Sonnet, Composed on the Sea Coast Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 196 no 7753
The Negro’s Lament for Mungo Park James, Paul Moon 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 196 no 7755
The Rector. A Parody on Goldsmith’s Country Clergyman, in the “Deserted Village” Percy, J. 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 197 no 7756
Chevy Chase; a Poem—Iden Latine Redditum 1819-11 Volume: 6, Issue: 32, Page: 199–201 no 7760
The Summer of 1818 Hunt, Leigh 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 239 no 8086
The Human Seasons Keats, John 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 239 no 8087
Sonnet to Ailsa Rock Keats, John 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 239 no 8088
Hymn to Diana Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 240 no 8089
Marianne’s Dream Shelley, Percy Bysshe 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 240–241 no 8090
Summer Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 246 no 8094
Autumn Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 246 no 8096
To Priscilla L.— D.— Written in May Lloyd, Charles 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 246 no 8091
Winter Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 246 no 8097
Spring Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 246 no 8093
The Clydesdale’s Yeoman’s Return. An Excellent New Ballad to the Tune of Grammachree. Written and Sung by Dr. Scott Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 33, Page: 321–322 no 7766
Emma.—A Tale Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-01 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 382–384 yes 7822
The Vision Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-01 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 384 yes 7823
Reflections on a Brumal Scene Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-01 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 384–385 yes 7824
The Twenty-ninth of February. A Tragic Sketch Müllner, Adolphus 1820-01 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 397–409 yes 7828
A Lay of Fairyland, (From a Volume of Poems by John Wilson, now in the Press) Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1820-01 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 432–434 yes 7826
On the Church of Krisuvik in Iceland 1820-01 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 435 yes 7827
Sonnet, by the Ettrick Shepherd; (Addressed to Christopher North, Esq. on receiving the last Number of this Magazine, by the hands of John Dow, Esq. W. S. ) Ettrick Shepherd 1820-01 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 464 yes 7834
Don Raymon of Butrago 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 484 yes 7835
The Death of Queen Blanche 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 485–486 yes 7836
Andalla’s Bridal 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 486–487 yes 7837
Zara’s Ear-rings 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 487–488 yes 7838
The Bullfight of Ganzul 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 488–490 yes 7839
The Lamentation of Granada for the Death of Celin 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 490–491 yes 7840
The Flight from Granada 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 491 yes 7841
A Recollection Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 504 yes 7842
To Thomas Campbell, Esq. An Expostulatory Epistle occasioned by the following passage in his Specimens of English Poetry Maginn, William 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 504–505 yes 7843
Musings Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 522 yes 7844
Greece.—A Sonnet Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 524 yes 7847
Sabbath Noon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 523–524 yes 7845
The Aurora Borealis.—A Sonnet Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-02 Volume: 6, Issue: 35, Page: 524 yes 7846
Ode to Mrs Flanagan Maginn, William 1820-03 Volume: 6, Issue: 36, Page: 628–630 yes 7885
Elysium.—A Sonnet Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-03 Volume: 6, Issue: 36, Page: 680 yes 7889
A Church-Yard Scene Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1820-03 Volume: 6, Issue: 36, Page: 679–680 yes 7887
The Sailor’s Song Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-03 Volume: 6, Issue: 36, Page: 680 yes 7888
Autumn.—A Sonnet Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-03 Volume: 6, Issue: 36, Page: 681 yes 7890
Hymn to the Moon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-03 Volume: 6, Issue: 36, Page: 681–682 yes 7891
The Rape of Proserpine Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 28–31 yes 8416
Elegy I D. T. (Blackwood’s) 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 35 yes 8417
Elegy II D. T. (Blackwood’s) 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 35–36 yes 8418
A Winter Morning Doubleday, Thomas 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 36 yes 8420
Despondency.—A Reverie Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 45 yes 8421
The Woodland Glen Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 46 yes 8422
The Isle of Despair. A Vision Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 46–47 yes 8423
“My love shall neither sigh nor sab” 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 55–56 yes 8425
Christian Kennedy’s Song Cunningham, Allan 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 56 yes 8426
The Gypsey’s Song 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 57 yes 8427
Stanzas, Written upon Robert, the Son of Captain S. Shaw, of the Royal Artillery, Now a Resident in the East Indies—A Child Five Years of Age Crossley, James 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 72–73 yes 8429
Sonnet 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 102 yes 8430
Sonnet 1820-04 Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Page: 102 yes 8432
The Abbey T. (Blackwood’s) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 147 yes 8433
The Forayer Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 155–156 yes 8438
The Cypress Tree Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 156–157 yes 8440
To the Morning Star Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 157 yes 8441
“I thought but on the bridal song” 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 162 yes 8442
Destruction of Babylon Wrangham, Francis 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 180–182 yes 8443
Child Daniel Lord Byron (allonym) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 186–187 yes 8444
Sorrow is Dry Lockhart, John Gibson 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 188–189 yes 8445
Extracts from my Great Auto-Biographical Poem W. W. (Blackwood’s) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 189–191 yes 8446
Sir Daniel Donnelly.—A Ballad W. W. (Blackwood’s) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 191–192 yes 8447
Odonnelly, an Ode Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 192–194 yes 8448
A Hebrew Dirge over Sir Daniel Donnelly Maginn, William 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 197–199 yes 8450
A Dirge over Sir Daniel Donnelly Maginn, William 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 199–200 yes 8452
A New Song Maginn, William 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 200–201 yes 8454
“What aspect bore the Man who roved or fled” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 207 yes 8456
“O Mountain Stream! the Shepherd and his Cot” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 207 yes 8457
“From this deep chasm—where quivering sun-beams play” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 207–208 yes 8458
“Whence that low voice?—A whisper from the heart” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 208 yes 8459
Tradition Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 208 yes 8460
“No record tells of lance opposed to lance” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 208 yes 8461
Dion. (See Plutarch) Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 208–210 yes 8463
Ode. The Pass of Kirkstone Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 212–213 yes 8465
Sonnet on the Death of his Late Majesty Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 213 yes 8467
Hint from the Mountains for Certain Political Aspirants Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 38, Page: 213 yes 8468
Song for the Morning of the Day of St John the Baptist 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 259–260 yes 8469
The Death of Don Alonzo of Aguilar 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 260–261 yes 8470
The Silent Eve Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 272–273 yes 8472
Stanzas. Afar, Oh Ladye Fair, Afar Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 273–274 yes 8474
Elijah Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 274–275 yes 8475
The Casting Forth of Jonah Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 275–276 yes 8476
The Vision of Zechariah Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 276 yes 8477
The Witch of Ae 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 277 yes 8478
The Witch of Ae’s Song 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 279–278 yes 8479
The Morisons 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 285 yes 8480
Elegy III Doubleday, Thomas 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 289 yes 8481
Elegy IV. (Imitated from the Modern Latin) Doubleday, Thomas 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 290 yes 8482
The Spell Unravelled. Written the 6th May 1820 Lloyd, Charles 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 290–291 yes 8483
The Battle of Algiers 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 291 yes 8484
Book First, Ode Ninth Horace 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 292 yes 8485
Book First, Ode Thirty-Eighth Horace 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 292 yes 8486
Book Fourth, Ode Second Horace 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 292–293 yes 8488
Stanzas Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 295 yes 8493
Sonnet Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 295 yes 8494
Sonnet Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 296 yes 8497
Stanzas to Kate, on Appearing Before her After a Casual Turn up Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 304 yes 8503
Lines to Phillip Sampson, the Brummagem Youth Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 304 yes 8508
Sonnet on the Nonpareil Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 305 yes 8511
Stanzas Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 306 yes 8514
Stanzas, Written During a Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and Addressed to a Northern Princess Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 306 yes 8512
Sonnet Anster, John 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 316 yes 8522
Sonnet Anster, John 1820-06 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 316 yes 8524
The Testimonium, A Prize Poem Lockhart, John Gibson 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: i–viii yes 8533
The Wile of Juno. (Iliad 14; line 153-353) Homer 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 355–360 yes 8535
Book III. Ode 3 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 369–371 yes 8537
Book III. Ode 5 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 371 yes 8538
Book III. Ode 8 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 371 yes 8539
Book III. Ode 9 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 371–372 yes 8541
Book III. Ode 13 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 372 yes 8542
Book III. Ode 25 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 372 yes 8547
Book III. Ode 26 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 372 yes 8548
Book III. Ode 15 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 372 yes 8544
Book III. Ode 23 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 372 yes 8545
Book III. Ode 27 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 372–373 yes 8549
Book III. Ode 29 Horace 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 373 yes 8551
Cameronian Song 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 380 yes 8727
May Cameron 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 381–382 yes 8728
Mary’s Mount Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 402–403 yes 8729
Elegy Composed on the Field of Pinkie Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 403–404 yes 8730
To Margaret Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 405–406 yes 8731
Sonnet Doubleday, Thomas 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 436 yes 8732
John and Joan, Canto II Doubleday, Thomas 1820-07 Volume: 7, Issue: 40, Page: 437–441 yes 8733
Daniel O’Rourke, An Epic Poem, in Six Cantos Gosnell, William 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 476–481 yes 8734
Ballad I. On Mark Wilson, slain in Irongray Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 484–485 yes 8735
Ballad II. The voice lifted up against Chapels and Churches Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 485 yes 8736
Ballad III. The Cameronians rejoice in the Discomfiture of the Godless at Drumclog Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 485–486 yes 8737
Ballad IV. The Doom of Nithsdale Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 486–487 yes 8738
Ballad V. Alexander Peden’s Harmonious Call to the Cameronians Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 487–488 yes 8739
Ballad VI. The Cameronian Banner Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 488 yes 8740
No VII. Midnight Wanderings Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 489–490 yes 8741
No VIII. The Clouds frown dark Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 490 yes 8742
No IX. The Elm Trees Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 490–491 yes 8743
The Miniature Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 491–492 yes 8744
Reflections in a Ruined Abbey Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-08 Volume: 7, Issue: 41, Page: 492–494 yes 8745
MSS. No II. To Marshal— on his Return; or, Congratulatory Address by Mons.— Maginn, William 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 587–588 yes 8749
The Elder 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 598–604 yes 8750
Elegy III. Book I Propertius 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 614–616 yes 8751
Elegy XII. Book II Propertius 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 616 yes 8752
Elegy II. Book III Propertius 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 616–617 yes 8754
Elegy XXVII. Book II Propertius 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 616–617 yes 8753
Alexander Restores to Athens the Spoils Carried off by Xerxes J. J. C. 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 617–618 yes 8755
A Sea-Side Reverie N. T. H. B. 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 622–623 yes 8762
Stanzas, On Reading an Account of the Re-Interment of King Robert Bruce Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 623–624 yes 8764
Youth Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 624–625 yes 8765
The Wild Rose Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 625–626 yes 8766
Winter Morning Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 626–627 yes 8768
The Autumnal Eve Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 627 yes 8769
The Snowy Eve. A Sonnet Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 628 yes 8773
Sonnet. To — Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 628 yes 8774
The Village Politician Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 631–632 yes 8777
“Young Hopeful”—The Village Boy Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 633–634 yes 8779
The Village Funeral Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 635–636 yes 8780
“The Dying Villager” Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 636 yes 8781
Ode, Composed while the Sun was under Eclipse, 7th September, 1820 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 649–651 yes 8782
Sir Allan’s Wooing 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 653–654 yes 8783
The Lyke-Wake Song 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 660–661 yes 8784
“Ye citizens of London towne” Lockhart, John Gibson 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 663–664 yes 8785
The Building of the Palace of the Lamp Lockhart, John Gibson, Maginn, William 1820-09 Volume: 7, Issue: 42, Page: 674–679 yes 8786
Twilight on Loch Katrine Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 7–8 yes 8787
“Oh! who would think, in cheerless solitude” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 8–9 yes 8788
Lochleven Castle Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 9 yes 8789
Composed After Reading the Abbot Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 9 yes 8790
Scene on the Grampians Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 10 yes 8792
Icolmkill Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 10 yes 8791
Hubert; Or, The Veteran of India Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 26–39 yes 8793
Daniel O’Rourke, An Epic Poem, in Six Cantos. Canto II Gosnell, William 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 40–45 yes 8794
The Complaint Seneca 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 59 yes 8796
To Corduba Seneca 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 59 yes 8797
“Omnia Tempus edax depascitur” Seneca 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 59 yes 8798
To Corsica Seneca 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 59 yes 8795
Sonnet On the Battle between Mendoza and Tom Owen, at Banstead Downs, July 4th, 1820 Maginn, William 1820-10 Volume: 8, Issue: 43, Page: 63–64 yes 8799
Lock-and-Bar. A Botany Bay Eclogue Parkinson, Richard 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 123–124 yes 9201
Coronach Parkinson, Richard 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 124–125 yes 9202
A Sacrifice at Ægina AOI△OƩ 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 130 yes 8800
Song of the Bird, in Armida’s Enchanted Garden: From Tasso Tasso, Torquato 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 130–131 yes 8989
The Branchers Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 141–142 yes 8990
The Bandsman’s Ballad 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 147–148 yes 8992
“When the morn beam’s clear by bonnie Carlisle” 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 149 yes 8993
Daniel O’Rourke, An Epic Poem, in Six Cantos. Canto III Gosnell, William 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 155–161 yes 8994
Song Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 169 yes 8995
Anacreontics. I Doubleday, Thomas 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 171 yes 8997
Anacreontics. II Doubleday, Thomas 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 171 yes 8998
The Arbour Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 169–171 yes 8996
Solitude Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 175–176 yes 8999
The Bard’s Wish Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 177 yes 9001
Summer Twilight Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 177 yes 9000
The Village Schoolmaster Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 197–198 yes 9002
The Village Wedding Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 198–200 yes 9003
Archy Tait—the Village Chronicle Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-11 Volume: 8, Issue: 44, Page: 200–201 yes 9004
To Dicky Gossip. While he thinks of tittle-tattle, not to forget his wiggery St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 254–255 yes 9029
Stanzas Written in a Park in Surrey, October, 1820 R. (Blackwood’s) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 257–258 yes 9033
Prologue Spoken Before a Private Theatrical Performance in Manchester Crossley, James 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 258 yes 9034
The Village Cobbler Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 270 yes 9038
The Village Magdalene Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 270 yes 9039
Helmorran Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 268–270 yes 9036
Holy Jamie Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 271 yes 9041
Father Sycophant Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 271–272 yes 9042
The Village Wit Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 272–273 yes 9044
Jedediah Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 273–274 yes 9045
The Tailor’s Wife Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 274–275 yes 9047
The Smith’s Wife Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 275–276 yes 9048
The Village Sabbath Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 276–277 yes 9049
Sir Harold Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 288–289 yes 9066
Adeline. A Ballad Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 289–290 yes 9069
Death Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 290 yes 9071
“Lady Morison rode by hill and dale” 1820-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 45, Page: 325–328 yes 9073
Han’s Heiling’s Rock Körner, Theodore 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 358 no 9074
The Ruins of the Castle of St Cervantes 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 359–360 no 9077
The Fall of Roderick and Spain 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 360–361 no 9083
The St John’s-Wort Stricker, Frederick 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 361–362 no 9085
“O, there is a land where the Fairies reside” Parkinson, Richard 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 374 no 9086
Song Parkinson, Richard 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 374–375 no 9087
Sapphic Ode to the Evening Star Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 381–382 no 9088
Stanzas on Parting Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 382–383 no 9089
Auld Glenae 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 408 no 9090
The Beggarman’s Song 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 410 no 9091
Hymn to the Night Wind Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 411–414 no 9092
Stanzas, on this Green Bank, &c Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 415 no 9093
The Humours of a Village Fair Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 423–434 no 9094
Book VI Italicus, Silius 1821-01 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 458–463 no 9095
My Native Tongue 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 514–515 no 9115
Young Janet 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 515–516 no 9117
Sonnet to Haydon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 526 no 9121
Stanzas, Suggested by the Departure of a Friend from Scotland Doubleday, Thomas 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 525–526 no 9119
Mary,—The Soldier’s Bride Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 527–529 no 9126
“Which nought admits save day” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 537 no 9131
“Ye, gentlemen, and laidies, come here, and I assure ye” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 538 no 9134
“Ye plumed men of war, ye warriors brave” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 538–539 no 9136
“Where’er Odoherty, with casual foot” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 541–542 no 9139
Sonnet to Wordsworth Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 542 no 9143
Poems to Ida. No. I Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 578–579 no 9147
Poems to Ida. No. II Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Volume: 8, Issue: 47, Page: 580 no 9149
Love Song, By a Junior Member of the Cockney School Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 608 no 9161
The Somnambulatory Butcher.—An Episode Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 609–611 no 9162
Ailie Mushat’s Cairn. A Vision-Like Remembrance of a Vision Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 612 no 9163
Horæ Sinicæ. No. II. Ode on the Death of Yahmasseero, Councillor of State Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 613 no 9164
Stanzas. Oh Mine be the Shade, &c Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 614 no 9165
Proæmium Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 615 no 9166
Mungo Clark, the South Country Packman Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 615–618 no 9167
Sutor John Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 619–620 no 9168
Adam Harkness Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 620–622 no 9169
Sonnet. Written off the Dutch Coast, August 1st, 1820 Downes, George 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 624 no 9170
Sonnet. To Robinson Crusoe X. Y. (Blackwood’s) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 632 no 9172
Sonnet X. Y. (Blackwood’s) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 632 no 9171
Hubert; Or, the Veteran of India. Part II Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 661–664 no 9173
Lines Written in a British Burial Ground in India Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 665–667 no 9174
The Soldier’s Funeral Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 677–678 no 9175
Ausonius to Paulinus. Epistle XXV Ausonius, Decimus Magnus 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 679–681 no 9176
The True Mistress Ausonius, Decimus Magnus 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 682 no 9177
Venus Anadyomene Ausonius, Decimus Magnus 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 682 no 9178
To Galla Ausonius, Decimus Magnus 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 682 no 9179
Remembered Beauty Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 686–688 no 9180
Stanzas. On Visiting a Scene of Childhood 1821-03 Volume: 8, Issue: 48, Page: 688–689 no 9181
Ode Written in the Cemetery of Pere la Chaise 1821-04 Volume: 9, Issue: 49, Page: 22–23 no 9216
The Mariner’s Last Visit Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-04 Volume: 9, Issue: 49, Page: 35–38 no 9218
Hail to Thee, Pride of the North, Hail, Christopher, Star of Edina! Maginn, William 1821-04 Volume: 9, Issue: 49, Page: 59–64 no 9219
The September Forest Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-04 Volume: 9, Issue: 49, Page: 76 no 9222
The Wail of Lady Anne 1821-04 Volume: 9, Issue: 49, Page: 77 no 9224
Daniel O’Rourke, An Epic Poem, in Six Cantos, Canto IV Gosnell, William 1821-04 Volume: 9, Issue: 49, Page: 77–85 no 9226
Twilight Musings Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 147–148 no 9231
No. IV. The Death of Absalom Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 149 no 9232
No. V. The Olive Bough Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 149–150 no 9233
No. VI. Hagar in the Wilderness Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 150 no 9234
Parson Willy Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 151–153 no 9235
Willy Herdman. The Old Soldier Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 154–155 no 9236
Preacher Geordy Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 156–157 no 9237
The Leafless Tree Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 187–190 no 9238
The Martyrdom of St Eulalia. Hymn IX Prudentius 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 192–194 no 9239
On a Baptismal Font. Hymn XIII Prudentius 1821-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 50, Page: 194 no 9240
Rural Seclusion. A sketch Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 252 no 9325
Song M. R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 257 no 9241
Bacchus, or the Pirates; Homer, Hymn 5th Homer 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 264–266 no 9242
The Maniac’s Plaint Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 271–272 no 9324
”’Oh! where,’ says the Spirit of Life to my soul” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 276 no 9326
The Cot in the Glen Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 276 no 9327
The Summer Night’s Reverie Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 277–279 no 9328
Harvest Home Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 318–328 no 9329
The Glove Schiller, Friedrich 1821-06 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 344–345 no 9330
Napoleon 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 367–368 no 9331
Lines Suggested by the Sight of Some Late Autumn Flowers Southey, Caroline Bowles 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 369 no 9332
To a Dying Infant Southey, Caroline Bowles 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 369–370 no 9333
Daniel O’Rourke; An Epic Poem, in Six Cantos. Canto V Gosnell, William 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 370–378 no 9334
On One Who Had Never Left His Home Claudian 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 386–387 no 9335
Fescennine Verses on the Nuptials of Honorius Claudian 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 387–390 no 9336
Bye-Past Time Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 390 no 9337
Friar Bacon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 391 no 9338
The Broken Heart Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 391 no 9339
Early Affection Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 392–393 no 9340
The Lothian Ball, or the Widow’s Cow. In a Series of Prosing Epistles. Epistle First 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 427–435 no 9341
Stanzas, On the Death of Napoleon Buonaparte Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 436–437 no 9342
The Vision by Moon-Light Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-07 Volume: 9, Issue: 52, Page: 437–448 no 9343
Stanzas Dedicatory to Francis Jeffrey Lockhart, John Gibson 1821-08 Volume: 10, Issue: 54, Page: iii–iv no 9419
Carle, an the King come 1821-08 Volume: 10, Issue: 54, Page: 30–31 no 9420
Our Good Auld Man 1821-08 Volume: 10, Issue: 54, Page: 32–33 no 9421
A Certain Poem, as it was Presented in Latin by Divines and Others, Before his Majesty in Cambridge, by way of Interlude, Styled Liber Novus de Aventu Regis ad Cantabrigiam, Faithfully done into English, with some Liberal Additions Corbet, Richard 1821-08 Volume: 10, Issue: 54, Page: 93–94 no 9424
Ode on the King’s Landing in Ireland, Twelfth August, MDCCCXXI Maginn, William 1821-08 Volume: 10, Issue: 54, Page: 94–98 no 9425
Excellent New Song, Composed by James Scott, Esq. M. D. and Sung by Him, with Great Applause, on the Evening of Thursday, 19th July Dr. James Scott (allonym) 1821-08 Volume: 10, Issue: 54, Page: 100 no 9427
A Welcome to his Majesty King George the Fourth, on his Arrival in Ireland, MDCCCXXI Maginn, William 1821-08 Volume: 10, Issue: 54, Page: 98–100 no 9426
Extempore Effusion, Sung with Great Effect by Morgan Odoherty, Esq. on the Evening of 19th July Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1821-08 Volume: 10, Issue: 54, Page: 101–103 no 9428
Ode on the Olden Time Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 498–503 no 9344
No. I. The Invitation Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 502–503 no 9345
No. II. The Separation Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 503–504 no 9346
No. IV. The Evening Lake Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 505 no 9348
No. III. The Dreary Moor Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 504–505 no 9347
No. V. The Marble Heart Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 505–506 no 9349
No. VI. The Evening Star Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 506 no 9350
The Invocation Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 542 no 9352
Inch Keith Beacon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 540–542 no 9351
The Landscape Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 543 no 9353
The Wanderer of Connaught Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 543–544 no 9354
Elegy on a Country Maiden Hölty, Ludwig Christoph Heinrich 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 544–545 no 9355
The Sons of Mooslim Miskeen 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 545–549 no 9391
The Plague of Darkness, A Dramatic Scene from the Exodus Dods, Mary Diana (pseud. David Lyndsay) 1821-08 Volume: 9, Issue: 53, Page: 555–565 no 9393
The New-Forest Pauper. A Lyrical Ballad St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 123–124 no 9429
Gracious Rain Southey, Caroline Bowles 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 186 no 9430
A Mother’s Dirge Over Her Child Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 187–188 no 9431
No. VII. The Pillow of the Tent Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 188 no 9432
No. VIII. Come, Mary, to Me! Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 189 no 9433
No. X. The Evening Invitation Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 190 no 9435
No. XI. Absence Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 190 no 9436
No. IX. To Betsy Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 189–190 no 9434
No. XII. The Wanderer’s Adieu Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-09 Volume: 10, Issue: 55, Page: 191 no 9437
Hans Beudix Bürger, Gottfried August 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 264–266 no 9438
“Oh! I’m the gallant lecturer, as all of you do know” Crowe, Eyre Evans 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 284–285 no 9439
The Change Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 298 no 9440
The Battle of Roslin Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 299–300 no 9441
The Silent Grave. A Sonnet Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 300 no 9442
The Native Melody. Stanzas, Supposed to be Repeated by an Exile Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 301 no 9443
Moscow. Written After the Invasion of Russia by the French Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 301–302 no 9444
Midnight Despondings. A Sonnet Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 327 no 9445
The Vigil of St Mark. A Dramatic Tale Dods, Mary Diana (pseud. David Lyndsay) 1821-10 Volume: 10, Issue: 56, Page: 341–347 no 9446
Ode on the Birth-Day of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, The 20th of December, 1746 Isaacs 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 372 no 9447
Song, On Being Asked Who Wrote “The Groves of Blarney” Crowe, Eyre Evans 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 382 no 9448
The Curse of Omicron St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 407 no 9450
To Blackwood’s Magazine, No. LIV St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 408–409 no 9449
Christopher Agonistes St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 409–410 no 9451
Daniel O’Rourke, An Epic Poem, in Six Cantos. Canto VI Gosnell, William 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 428–437 no 9452
Sonnet Gosnell, William 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 437 no 9453
To Fogarty O’Fogarty, Esq. of Blarney Gosnell, William 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 437 no 9454
“Come round me, ye lads, that I value the best” Gosnell, William 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 439 no 9455
The Yellow Leaf G. B. (Blackwood’s) 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 440 no 9456
“Though I must go to a foreign land” Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 442 no 9494
“O, the snow it melts the soonest when the winds begin to sing” Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 443 no 9495
“O, I’ll cut off my yellow hair” Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 443–444 no 9496
Irish Captain’s Garland Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 445 no 9497
“O the weary cutters, they’ve ta’en my laddie frae me” Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 446 no 9498
A True and Perfect Account of the Landing of King George the Fourth in Ireland Cay, John 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 446–448 no 9499
Address to the Moon Macpherson, James 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 469–471 no 9500
To the Setting Sun Macpherson, James 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 471 no 9501
To the Evening Star Macpherson, James 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 471–472 no 9502
Alpin’s Lamentation for Morar Macpherson, James 1821-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 472–473 no 9503
Christmas Chit-Chat Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 493–500 no 9504
Sea-Shore Reflections at Sun-Set Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 508–509 no 9505
The Primrose Southey, Caroline Bowles 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 509 no 9506
“Sweet nursling of Aurora’s tears” Bernard, Pierre-Joseph 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 552 no 9508
L’Esprit du Peuple Dorat, Claude Joseph 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 553 no 9509
“As by her filial circle first we see” da Filicaja, Vincenzo 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 553 no 9538
Song I. Comparisons are Odious. A Chaunt Lockhart, John Gibson 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 554–556 no 9540
Song II. Cobbett’s Complaint. A Dirge Lockhart, John Gibson 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 556–557 no 9543
Drouthiness St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 561–562 no 9546
To a Conqueror’s Wife, On His Return Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 579–580 no 9551
February W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 580 no 9553
March W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 580 no 9554
May W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 580–581 no 9556
October W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 581 no 9558
November W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 581 no 9559
December W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 58, Page: 581 no 9561
Song I. Saint Patrick Maginn, William 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 615–617 no 9570
Song II. Lament of a Connaught Ranger Maginn, William 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 617–618 no 9572
Song III. Rafferty’s Advice Maginn, William 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 618–619 no 9575
No. IV. The Gathering of the Mahonys Maginn, William 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 619–620 no 9577
Song V. A Real Irish “Fly Not Yet” Maginn, William 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 620–621 no 9579
Song VI. The Impassioned Wave Maginn, William 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 622 no 9580
Spring R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 625 no 9586
Autumn R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 626 no 9588
Winter R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 626 no 9589
Summer R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 625–626 no 9587
Moonlight Meditations Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 626–630 no 9590
November, In Six Sonnets Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 641–642 no 9591
Harold’s Grave Doubleday, Thomas 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 651–654 no 9592
The Mount of Olives 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 654–655 no 9593
Epitaph 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 662 no 9594
Elegy on my Tom Cat Shelley, Percy Bysshe 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 700 no 9795
L’Envoy to Volume Tenth 1821-12 Volume: 10, Issue: 59, Page: 756 no 9595
Sonnet Maginn, William 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 13 no 9685
The Night-Blowing Stock Southey, Caroline Bowles 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 14–15 no 9686
The Last Lament 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 29 no 9688
The Lament of Ella Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 28–29 no 9687
The Ring and the Stream. A Drama Dods, Mary Diana (pseud. David Lyndsay) 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 50–61 no 9689
Goethe’s West Oestlichem Diwan Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 67–70 no 9690
When This Old Cap Was New Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 86–89 no 9692
Song III. When This Old Book Was New Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 86–89 no 9691
The Wine-Bibber’s Glory—A New Song Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 89–90 no 9693
The Benison Laurel-Honouring Laureate 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 109–111 no 9694
Effusion of Friendship T. C. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 111 no 9695
Epistle to Christopher North, Esq Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 112–113 no 9696
To the Veiled Magician hebdomadal hand [symbol] 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 113 no 9697
Tokens of Natural Affection Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 114–115 no 9698
Phantasmagoriana Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 116 no 9699
Rhyming Salutation Lord Byron (allonym) 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 116–118 no 9700
The Chaunt of Friendship Odontist 1822-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 60, Page: 119 no 9701
Dedication to the Physician Who Penned Peptic Precepts, and Prescribed Those Pilular Productions of the Pestle, Prænominated Peristalic Persuaders, This Pretty Poem Is Presented by Its Parent. A Festal Ode St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1822-02 Volume: 11, Issue: 61, Page: 161 no 9702
Lord Byron’s Combolio St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1822-02 Volume: 11, Issue: 61, Page: 162–165 no 9703
Sonnet. Written in a Church-Yard X. Y. (Blackwood’s) 1822-02 Volume: 11, Issue: 61, Page: 183 no 9704
Hume, Martin, and Canning 1822-02 Volume: 11, Issue: 61, Page: 230–235 no 9705
The Beechen Wood.—A Song Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-03 Volume: 11, Issue: 62, Page: 290 no 9706
February Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-03 Volume: 11, Issue: 62, Page: 304–306 no 9707
Minna Troil—A Ballad Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-03 Volume: 11, Issue: 62, Page: 307–308 no 9708
Byron to Murray Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-03 Volume: 11, Issue: 62, Page: 376–*359 no 9711
Dialogue Between Willison Glass, Esq. of Edinburgh, and Jeremy Bentham Esq. of London Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-03 Volume: 11, Issue: 62, Page: *365–*367 no 9712
Stanzas to an Old Friend Doubleday, Thomas 1822-03 Volume: 11, Issue: 62, Page: 367–368 no 9709
Autumnal Twilight Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-03 Volume: 11, Issue: 62, Page: 368 no 9710
Aria Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-03 Volume: 11, Issue: 62, Page: 370*–*371 no 9713
Zachary Meldrum Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1822-04 Volume: 11, Issue: 63, Page: 396–400 no 9714
Stanzas on an Infant Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-04 Volume: 11, Issue: 63, Page: 401–402 no 9715
“Lady, if you love to hear” 1822-04 Volume: 11, Issue: 63, Page: 412–413 no 9716
Sufficient unto the Day is the Evil Thereof Southey, Caroline Bowles 1822-04 Volume: 11, Issue: 63, Page: 419–420 no 9717
Odoh. Od. I. Night i. Quizzes Frank Jeffrey on His Being Universally Sneered at in His Old Age Horace 1822-04 Volume: 11, Issue: 63, Page: 438–439 no 9718
Critique on Lord Byron Matthews, John 1822-04 Volume: 11, Issue: 63, Page: 456–460 no 9719
To the Yeomanry Cavalry of Manchester A Volunteer 1822-04 Volume: 11, Issue: 63, Page: 473–474 no 9720
Sonnet to — 1822-05 Volume: 11, Issue: 64, Page: 520 no 9721
An Evening Sketch Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-05 Volume: 11, Issue: 64, Page: 552 no 9722
Song, on the Wedding-Day of Timothy Tickler, Esq. and Miss Amarantha Aloesbud Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-05 Volume: 11, Issue: 64, Page: 606 no 9723
Dean Swift!!! Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-05 Volume: 11, Issue: 64, Page: 613–614 no 9724
Epilogue. Spoken by Christopher North, Esquire, and Sir A. Wylie, Baronet Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-05 Volume: 11, Issue: 64, Page: 617–618 no 9725
Bernardo and Alphonso 1822-06 Volume: 11, Issue: 65, Page: 662 no 9726
The Excommunication of the Cid 1822-06 Volume: 11, Issue: 65, Page: 664 no 9728
Bavieca 1822-06 Volume: 11, Issue: 65, Page: 663–664 no 9727
Count Fernan Gonsalez 1822-06 Volume: 11, Issue: 65, Page: 665–666 no 9729
Guarinos 1822-06 Volume: 11, Issue: 65, Page: 666–668 no 9730
Desultory Stanzas Upon Receiving the Last Sheets of “Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, No. LXV,” From the Press Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-06 Volume: 11, Issue: 65, Page: 752–753 no 9732
Desultory Stanzas Upon Receiving the Last Sheets of “Memorials of a Tour on the Continent,” From the Press Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-06 Volume: 11, Issue: 65, Page: 752–753 no 9731
To the King C. N. (Blackwood’s) 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: iii–vi no 9807
Packing up After an English Country Ball St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: 69–71 no 9808
Farewell to my Friends Southey, Caroline Bowles 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: 78 no 9809
(1) Metricum Symposium Ambrosianum, Seu Propinatio Poetica Northi Paddy 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: 79–83 no 9810
“I care not a fig for a flagon of flip” Maginn, William 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: 101 no 9811
“O! gone are the days, when the censure or praise” Maginn, William 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: 106–107 no 9812
“Backe and side go bare, go bare” Maginn, William 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: 108 no 9813
On Reading the Appendix to Lord Byron’s Tragedy of the Two Foscari Maginn, William 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: 110 no 9814
There’s Not a Joy That Life Can Give, &c Cay, John 1822-07 Volume: 12, Issue: 66, Page: 113 no 9815
Peter Ledyard,—A Lyrical Ballad Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 145–147 no 9820
The Negro’s Lament for Mungo Park James, Paul Moon 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 167–168 no 9822
The Contributor’s Lament for Yellow and Blue Maginn, William 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 167–168 no 9821
Trepidation of the Druids Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 177 no 9823
Recovery Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 178 no 9827
Persecution Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 178 no 9826
Druidical Excommunication, &c Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 177–178 no 9824
Uncertainty Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 178 no 9825
Seclusion Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 179 no 9830
Primitive Saxon Clergy Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 179 no 9828
Other Influences Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 179 no 9829
Continued Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 179–180 no 9831
Missions and Travels Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 180 no 9840
Reproof Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 180 no 9838
Saxon Monasteries, and Lights and Shades of the Religion Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 180 no 9839
Papal Dominion Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 181 no 9841
Monastic Voluptuousness Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 181 no 9844
Corruptions of the Higher Clergy Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 181 no 9842
Abuse of Monastic Power Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 181 no 9843
Dissolution of the Monasteries Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 182 no 9845
The Same Subject Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 182 no 9846
Continued Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 182 no 9847
Saints Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 182–183 no 9848
The Virgin Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 183 no 9849
Apology Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 183 no 9850
Imaginative Regrets Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 183 no 9851
Reflections Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 183–184 no 9852
Translation of the Bible Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 184 no 9853
Cathedrals, &c Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 184 no 9854
Inside of King’s College Chapel, Cambridge Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 184 no 9855
The Same Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 184–185 no 9856
Continued Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 185 no 9857
Ejaculation Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 185 no 9858
Conclusion Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 185 no 9859
After Visiting the Field of Waterloo Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 188 no 9860
The Fall of the Aar—Handec Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 188 no 9861
The Italian Itinerant, and the Swiss Goatherd Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 188–189 no 9862
The Three Cottage Girls Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 189–190 no 9863
The Eclipse of the Sun, 1821 Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 190–191 no 9864
The Death of Isaiah—A Fragment Dods, Mary Diana (pseud. David Lyndsay) 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 205–211 no 9865
The Rising in the North Murphy, Jeremiah Daniel 1822-08 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 212–215 no 9866
Saw Ye Geordie Cumin’. An Excellent New Song Omai 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 290 no 9868
The King’s Muster Galt, John 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 326–327 no 9869
King’s Visit to Scotland. The News 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 350 no 9870
Stanzas For the King’s Landing 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 350–351 no 9871
The Chief and His Tail. An Excellent New Song, (by a Person of Quality,) Recommended to be Sung by All Leal Scotsmen 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 351–352 no 9872
Fergusson and Burns; Or the Poet’s Reverie 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 352–354 no 9873
“De’il tak the kilts! For fifty year, nae honest son of Reikie’s” Cay, John 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 371–372 no 9874
To Christopher North, Esq. From an Occasional Contributor, Living at Cape Clear, Who Was Applied to for an Article about the King 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 375–376 no 9875
“Oh! white is thy bosom, and blue is thine eye” 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 388 no 9876
The Shepherdess and the Sailor 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 389 no 9877
L’Envoy, To the King Christopher North (pseud.) 1822-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 392 no 9867
The Roman Wall Doubleday, Thomas 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 409–412 no 9879
My Garden Southey, Caroline Bowles 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 412–413 no 9880
The Route St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 427–429 no 9881
Ye Gentlemen of England. An Excellent New Whig Song 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 466–467 no 9882
Sketches of Scottish Character. No. XI. The Finale Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 473 no 9883
Will Webster Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 473–474 no 9884
My Mother Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 474–475 no 9885
My Aunts Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 475–476 no 9886
Elder Jonathan Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 476–477 no 9887
The Laird Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 477–478 no 9888
Fergusson and Burns; Or, The Poet’s Reverie. Part II Cunninghame, R. B. 1822-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 69, Page: 497–500 no 9889
The Sword Song of Körner Körner, Theodore 1822-11 Volume: 12, Issue: 70, Page: 585–586 no 9890
Tales O’ the Daft-Days. No. I Cunninghame, R. B. 1822-11 Volume: 12, Issue: 70, Page: 600–605 no 9891
A Twist-imony, in Favour of Gin-twist, an Humble Imitation of That Admirable Poem, the Ex-ale-tation of Ale, Attributed by Grave Authors to Bishop Andrews, on Which Point Is to Be Consulted, Francis, Lord Verulam, a Celebrated Philosopher, Who Has Been Lately Be-scoped-and Tendencied by Macvey Napier, Esq Maginn, William 1822-11 Volume: 12, Issue: 70, Page: 635–638 no 9892
The Lemur, A Halloween Divertimento Meikle, S. 1822-11 Volume: 12, Issue: 70, Page: 668–670 no 9893
Elegy to Alisa, Worn with a Lingering Illness Buchanan, George 1822-11 Volume: 12, Issue: 70, Page: 671–672 no 9894
Stanzas to an Infant 1822-11 Volume: 12, Issue: 70, Page: 672 no 9895
“There’s a Spanish grandee on the banks of the Dee” 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 695–696 no 9896
“Let us drink and be merry” 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 699 no 9897
“O sairly may I rue the day I fancied first the women-kind” Hogg, James 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 705–706 no 9898
“Let wit and waggery, joy and jollity” 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 707 no 9899
Nuptials in Jeopardy St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 720–725 no 9900
The Greek to His Sword 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 759 no 9901
Napoleon’s Address to the Statue of His Son Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 760–761 no 9902
Tales O’ the Daft Days. No. II Cunninghame, R. B. 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 761–764 no 9903
The Lemur.—A Halloween Divertimento Meikle, S. 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 764–766 no 9904
Silent Worship Barton, Bernard 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 772–773 no 9905
The Quaker Poet. Verses on seeing myself so designated Barton, Bernard 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 773–774 no 9906
Sonnet to Charlotte M— Barton, Bernard 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 774 no 9907
L’Envoy 1822-12 Volume: 12, Issue: 71, Page: 781–782 no 9908
The Broken Bridge Southey, Caroline Bowles 1823-01 Volume: 13, Issue: 72, Page: 15–18 no 9909
Nuptials out of Jeopardy St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1823-01 Volume: 13, Issue: 72, Page: 35–42 no 9910
II. The Girl I Love 1823-02 Volume: 13, Issue: 73, Page: 211 no 9912
I. Dirge of O’Sullivan Bear 1823-02 Volume: 13, Issue: 73, Page: 209–211 no 9911
III. The Convict of Clonmell 1823-02 Volume: 13, Issue: 73, Page: 211–212 no 9913
IV. O Say, My Brown Drimin! 1823-02 Volume: 13, Issue: 73, Page: 213 no 9914
V. The White Cockade 1823-02 Volume: 13, Issue: 73, Page: 214 no 9916
VI. The Avenger 1823-02 Volume: 13, Issue: 73, Page: 214–215 no 9915
There is a Tongue in Every Leaf Southey, Caroline Bowles 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 275 no 9919
The Old Man’s Tale; Or, Kilspindy Castle Cunninghame, R. B. 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 324–331 no 9920
No. II. Hawthornden—A Sketch Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 343 no 9922
No. I. The Silent Mourner Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 342–343 no 9921
No. III. Stanzas—The Clouds were Dispersed Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 344 no 9923
VI. The Midnight Glade Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 345 no 9926
No. IV. Spring Afternoon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 344–345 no 9924
V. The Warrior’s Dirge Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 345 no 9925
The Seven Heads 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 352 no 9927
The Avenging Childe 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 353–354 no 9928
Count Alarcos and the Infanta Solisa 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 354–357 no 9929
Patriotic Ode Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 361 no 9930
“Greek and Latin” Lockhart, John Gibson 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 374 no 9931
On the Star of “The Legion of Honour.” (From the French) Lockhart, John Gibson 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 384 no 9932
On the Head of George Buchanan. (From the Chaldee) Maginn, William 1823-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 384 no 9933
To Octavia Watts, Alaric Alexander 1823-04 Volume: 13, Issue: 75, Page: 460–461 no 9934
My Evening Southey, Caroline Bowles 1823-04 Volume: 13, Issue: 75, Page: 469–470 no 9935
Stanzas on the Death of John Kemble Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-05 Volume: 13, Issue: 75, Page: 547 no 9936
Sunset Thoughts Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-05 Volume: 13, Issue: 75, Page: 548 no 9937
To Callirhoe, at Lausanne Foscolo, Ugo 1823-05 Volume: 13, Issue: 75, Page: 588 no 9938
“Come all ye jolly shepherds that whistle thro’ the glen” Hogg, James 1823-05 Volume: 13, Issue: 75, Page: 598 no 9939
The Devonshire Lane Lockhart, John Gibson 1823-05 Volume: 13, Issue: 75, Page: 606–607 no 9940
A Riddle Lockhart, John Gibson 1823-05 Volume: 13, Issue: 75, Page: 607 no 9941
Autumnal Meditations Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-06 Volume: 13, Issue: 76, Page: 646–648 no 9942
Sonnet. The Rhine Visited 1823-06 Volume: 13, Issue: 76, Page: 660 no 9943
Ode on May Morning, M.DCCC.XXIII. By Odoherty Maginn, William 1823-06 Volume: 13, Issue: 76, Page: 689–693 no 9944
The Flower of Gnido de la Vega, Garcilaso 1823-07 Volume: 14, Issue: 78, Page: 27–28 no 10075
The Progress of Passion for His Lady de la Vega, Garcilaso 1823-07 Volume: 14, Issue: 78, Page: 28–29 no 10076
The Unknown Grave Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-07 Volume: 14, Issue: 78, Page: 59–61 no 10077
An Idyl on the Battle Maginn, William 1823-07 Volume: 14, Issue: 78, Page: 65–71 no 10078
Lament of a Big Bristol Butcher Maginn, William 1823-07 Volume: 14, Issue: 78, Page: 72 no 10079
The Inhabited Well. From the Hindoostanee 1823-07 Volume: 14, Issue: 78, Page: 93–98 no 10080
Song of a Fallen Angel over a Bowl of Rum-punch Maginn, William 1823-07 Volume: 14, Issue: 78, Page: 102–103 no 10081
The Parson’s Visitor, A Lyrical Ballad St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1823-08 Volume: 14, Issue: 79, Page: 200–202 no 10082
The Tories—A National Melody 1823-08 Volume: 14, Issue: 79, Page: 247–248 no 10083
On a Childe Playing Doubleday, Thomas 1823-09 Volume: 14, Issue: 80, Page: 268 no 10084
Verses to the Memory of Robert Bloomfield Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-09 Volume: 14, Issue: 80, Page: 353 no 10085
Song Occasioned by Seeing, in the Quarterly Review, and Blackwood’s Magazine, some Gloomy Anticipations of the Effects of the Change in the Navigation Code Maginn, William 1823-09 Volume: 14, Issue: 80, Page: 354 no 10086
Sunday Evening Southey, Caroline Bowles 1823-10 Volume: 14, Issue: 81, Page: 483 no 10087
The Pewter Quart. A New Song to an Old Tune Maginn, William 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 520–521 no 10088
Leaving Port.—A Passenger’s Olio Meikle, S. 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 530–532 no 10089
No. I Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 601 no 10091
Sonnet Dedicatory Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 601 no 10090
No. II Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 602 no 10092
No. III Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 602 no 10093
No. V Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 603 no 10095
No. VI Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 603 no 10096
No. IV Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1823-11 Volume: 14, Issue: 82, Page: 603 no 10094
December 1823-12 Volume: 14, Issue: 83, Page: 670 no 10097
A Bridal Song X. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1823-12 Volume: 14, Issue: 83, Page: 672 no 10099
Inscription for Picton’s Cenotaph at Waterloo S. (Blackwood’s) 1823-12 Volume: 14, Issue: 83, Page: 671–672 no 10098
The Ladye’s Brydalle Southey, Caroline Bowles 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 19–24 no 10100
Sonnet Wrangham, Francis 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 42 no 10101
Hor. Od. IV. 8. Horace 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 42–43 no 10102
To Lady Holland on the Snuff-Box Bequeathed to Her by Buonaparte Wrangham, Francis 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 43–44 no 10103
Duty and Pleasure Wrangham, Francis 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 44–45 no 10104
Spring’s Return Maginn, William 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 99–100 no 10105
The Bridal of Andalla Maginn, William 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 100–101 no 10106
The Lament for Thurtell Maginn, William 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 101 no 10107
A Happy New-Year to the True Men of the Land Maginn, William 1824-01 Volume: 15, Issue: 84, Page: 124–125 no 10108
The Good Omen. A Lyrical Ballad St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1824-02 Volume: 15, Issue: 85, Page: 168–171 no 10109
Society and Solitude Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-02 Volume: 15, Issue: 85, Page: 188–191 no 10110
I. (“There is a runnel creeps across a fell”) Doubleday, Thomas 1824-03 Volume: 15, Issue: 86, Page: 268 no 10111
II. (“Brinkburn—if Time shall spare me—as the weed”) Doubleday, Thomas 1824-03 Volume: 15, Issue: 86, Page: 268 no 10112
On Moonlight. From the Swedish of Ingelrain Ingelrain 1824-03 Volume: 15, Issue: 86, Page: 295 no 10114
Verses on All-Fool’s-Day Maginn, William 1824-04 Volume: 15, Issue: 87, Page: 368–370 no 10118
Luther’s Bridal Doubleday, Thomas 1824-04 Volume: 15, Issue: 87, Page: 429–432 no 10119
Lament for Inez Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-04 Volume: 15, Issue: 87, Page: 475–476 no 10120
The Love of Country Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-05 Volume: 15, Issue: 88, Page: 579–585 no 10121
Ten Years Ago Watts, Alaric Alexander 1824-05 Volume: 15, Issue: 88, Page: 586 no 10122
Stanzas Southey, Caroline Bowles 1824-06 Volume: 15, Issue: 89, Page: 705 no 10123
“Lament for Lord Byron” Maginn, William 1824-06 Volume: 15, Issue: 89, Page: 717–718 no 10125
Farewell to Greece. For Music Southey, Caroline Bowles 1824-07 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 25 no 10132
The Mother’s Lament for Her Son. For Music Southey, Caroline Bowles 1824-07 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 33 no 10133
To the Editor of the John Bull Magazine, On an Article in His First Number Lockhart, John Gibson 1824-07 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 115–116 no 10135
Sonnet Richardson, David Lester 1824-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 91, Page: 161 no 10139
Sonnet to a Child Richardson, David Lester 1824-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 91, Page: 161 no 10137
Song from the Beacon Baillie, Joanna 1824-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 91, Page: 177 no 10142
Ballad Croker, Thomas Crofton 1824-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 91, Page: 230 no 10143
Future Prospects of the World Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-09 Volume: 16, Issue: 92, Page: 278–285 no 10144
Autumnal Stanzas Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-09 Volume: 16, Issue: 92, Page: 290 no 10148
The Shepherd’s Cot Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-10 Volume: 16, Issue: 93, Page: 385–386 no 10146
Song.—“There is not a Breath” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-10 Volume: 16, Issue: 93, Page: 394 no 10149
The Magic Lay of the One-Horse Chay Hughes, John 1824-10 Volume: 16, Issue: 93, Page: 440–442 no 10152
Twilight Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-10 Volume: 16, Issue: 93, Page: 473 no 10157
Symbolic Wild-Flowers Johnstone, Christian Isobel 1824-11 Volume: 16, Issue: 94, Page: 517 no 10158
The Left-Handed Fiddler Hogg, James 1824-11 Volume: 16, Issue: 94, Page: 528–529 no 10159
Whigs of Chester Maginn, William 1824-11 Volume: 16, Issue: 94, Page: 547–548 no 10160
A Summer Evening’s Love Story St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1824-11 Volume: 16, Issue: 94, Page: 579–584 no 10161
“Like prongs, like prongs, your bristles rear” 1824-11 Volume: 16, Issue: 94, Page: 589–590 no 10162
“When church and crown are tumbled down” 1824-11 Volume: 16, Issue: 94, Page: 596–597 no 10163
The Crabstick Hughes, John 1824-11 Volume: 16, Issue: 94, Page: 600–601 no 10164
Examination of the School of Southside Mr. W. W. 1824-12 Volume: 16, Issue: 95, Page: 653–657 no 10166
New Christmas Carol Hogg, James 1824-12 Volume: 16, Issue: 95, Page: 680 no 10167
New Year’s Chaunt Maginn, William 1824-12 Volume: 16, Issue: 95, Page: 680–681 no 10168
Farewell to Twenty-Four Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1824-12 Volume: 16, Issue: 95, Page: 681 no 10169
Momus—Or an Hour at Bath Hughes, John 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 16–19 no 10170
The Night-Hawk Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 44–45 no 10171
The Grousome Caryl; Ane Most Treuthful Ballant Hogg, James 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 78–85 no 10172
The Fallen Star Astronomer Royal of the New Series 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 89–90 no 10173
The Death of the First-Born Watts, Alaric Alexander 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 96–97 no 10174
The Poet’s Bridal-Day Song Cunningham, Allan 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 98 no 10175
The Convict Ship Hervey, Thomas Kibble 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 99 no 10176
The Angel’s Song Barnard, E. W. 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 100 no 10177
“When built on laws, the good old cause” 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 114–115 no 10178
“Now the year twenty-four is vanish’d and no more” Maginn, William 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 119 no 10181
To Odoherty, In Answer to “Farewell,” &c Hogg, James 1825-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 96, Page: 120 no 10184
Night Gleig, George Robert 1825-02 Volume: 17, Issue: 97, Page: 152 no 10189
Morning Gleig, George Robert 1825-02 Volume: 17, Issue: 97, Page: 152 no 10185
To — Gleig, George Robert 1825-02 Volume: 17, Issue: 97, Page: 152–153 no 10190
No. I. Vanity Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-02 Volume: 17, Issue: 97, Page: 153 no 10192
No. III. Destruction Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-02 Volume: 17, Issue: 97, Page: 154 no 10194
No. IV. Human Life Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-02 Volume: 17, Issue: 97, Page: 154 no 10195
No. II. The World Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-02 Volume: 17, Issue: 97, Page: 154 no 10193
Hymn to the Devil Hogg, James 1825-03 Volume: 17, Issue: 98, Page: 367–369 no 10197
“When the glen all is still, save the stream from the fountain” Riddell, Henry Scott 1825-03 Volume: 17, Issue: 98, Page: 383 no 10199
“If e’er you would be a brave fellow, young man” Hogg, James 1825-03 Volume: 17, Issue: 98, Page: 382–383 no 10198
Genevra Smyth, Amelia Gillespie 1825-04 Volume: 17, Issue: 99, Page: 385–395 no 10200
Weep not for the Dead W. J. W. 1825-04 Volume: 17, Issue: 99, Page: 405 no 10201
Promenade de Tivoli 1825-04 Volume: 17, Issue: 99, Page: 416 no 10203
April Nonsense. A Fragment Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-04 Volume: 17, Issue: 99, Page: 415–416 no 10202
Valentine S. M. C. 1825-04 Volume: 17, Issue: 99, Page: 460 no 10204
The Threefold Tragedy Chalklen, Charles William 1825-04 Volume: 17, Issue: 99, Page: 488–504 no 10205
Number a Hundred Christopher North (pseud.) 1825-05 Volume: 17, Issue: 100, Page: i–ii no 10210
The Twin Sisters St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1825-05 Volume: 17, Issue: 100, Page: 532–533 no 10206
A Fragment W. G. M. (Blackwood’s) 1825-05 Volume: 17, Issue: 100, Page: 600 no 10209
A Fair Place and Pleasant Southey, Caroline Bowles 1825-05 Volume: 17, Issue: 100, Page: 609 no 10212
The Laird o’ Lamington Hogg, James 1825-05 Volume: 17, Issue: 100, Page: 620 no 10213
Laudes Robinsonianæ 1825-05 Volume: 17, Issue: 100, Page: 621–622 no 10216
Ringan and May. Ane Richte Mournfulle Dityee Hogg, James 1825-06 Volume: 17, Issue: 101, Page: 712–714 no 10217
The Witch of the Gray Thorn Hogg, James 1825-06 Volume: 17, Issue: 101, Page: 714–716 no 10219
New Lights Robinson, David 1825-06 Volume: 17, Issue: 101, Page: 732–735 no 10220
To a Fair Young Lady Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-06 Volume: 17, Issue: 101, Page: 745 no 10221
The Tie Severed. A Sketch Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-06 Volume: 17, Issue: 101, Page: 746 no 10222
The Campeador’s Spectre Host Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-07 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 5–6 no 10278
The Farewell (Stanzas for Music) Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-07 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 65 no 10280
Dreams Gleig, George Robert 1825-07 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 64–65 no 10279
The Wanderer to Her Child Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1825-07 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 66 no 10281
To the Rainbow Campbell, Thomas 1825-07 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 131 no 10282
The Rainbow Vaughan, Henry 1825-07 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 131–132 no 10284
Still Proudly Trills Thy Witching Voice Chalklen, Charles William 1825-09 Volume: 18, Issue: 104, Page: 285 no 10384
Pooh! Never Mind the Rain, Love Chalklen, Charles William 1825-09 Volume: 18, Issue: 104, Page: 315 no 10294
“When Panurge and his fellows, as Rab’lais will tell us” Maginn, William 1825-09 Volume: 18, Issue: 104, Page: 388–389 no 10295
A Winter Night’s Dream Gillies, Robert Pearse 1825-10 Volume: 18, Issue: 105, Page: 393–400 no 10298
The Ghost of the Oratory Chalklen, Charles William 1825-10 Volume: 18, Issue: 105, Page: 433–458 no 10304
The Orphan Maid’s Lament Gleig, George Robert 1825-11 Volume: 18, Issue: 106, Page: 540–541 no 10312
Lines Addressed to John Broster, F.A.S.E. Discoverer of the System for the effectual Removing of Impediments of Speech. By a Pupil E. D. (Blackwood’s) 1825-12 Volume: 18, Issue: 107, Page: 730–731 no 10315
For Music Chalklen, Charles William 1825-12 Volume: 18, Issue: 107, Page: 735 no 10317
Written in a Churchyard. 1822 Chalklen, Charles William 1825-12 Volume: 18, Issue: 107, Page: 750 no 10318
The Brakens Wi’ Me Hogg, James 1825-12 Volume: 18, Issue: 107, Page: 753–754 no 10320
Song Christopher North (pseud.) 1825-12 Volume: 18, Issue: 107, Page: 762–763 no 10322
The March of Intellect. A New Song Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1825-12 Volume: 18, Issue: 107, Page: 764–765 no 10323
Abjuration Southey, Caroline Bowles 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 25–26 no 10402
The Poet’s Den. A Sketch on the Spot Watts, Alaric Alexander 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 82–83 no 10403
Ode to a Steam-Boat Doubleday, Thomas 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 83–84 no 10404
The Trumpet Hemans, Felicia 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 86 no 10406
The Hebrew Mother Hemans, Felicia 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 85–86 no 10405
Emblems Stebbing, Henry 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 87 no 10407
The Island of Atlantis Croly, George 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 87–88 no 10408
Questions and Answers Montgomery, James 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 89 no 10410
To the Picture of a Dead Girl, on First Seeing it Hervey, Thomas Kibble 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 88–89 no 10409
Stanzas for Music Ainsworth, William Harrison 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 90 no 10411
The Dead Trumpeter Hervey, Thomas Kibble 1826-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 90 no 10458
To My Birdie Southey, Caroline Bowles 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 131–132 no 10421
The Devil’s Walk Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, Southey, Robert 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 135–136 no 10427
Axel, a Free Translation from a Popular Swedish Poem Tegnér, Esaias 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 184–195 no 10430
“Though the place that once knew us will know us no more” Master Ambrose 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 212–213 no 10435
“The Rhine! the Rhine!—May on thy flowing river” 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 215 no 10439
A Shepherd’s Life 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 215 no 10440
On the Duke of Buccleuch’s Birth-Day Hogg, James 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 217–218 no 10441
Wat O’ Buccleuch Hogg, James 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 218–219 no 10442
“For once in sentimental vein” 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 222–223 no 10443
Verses to the Eagle Mr Ambrose 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 223–224 no 10444
Parody on the Exile of Erin Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1826-02 Volume: 19, Issue: 109, Page: 224–225 no 10445
Address to a Wild Deer Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-03 Volume: 19, Issue: 110, Page: 258–261 no 10446
The Saint and the Demon Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-03 Volume: 19, Issue: 110, Page: 266 no 10447
Duke Phranza the Regicide. A Tale of the Greek Empire 1826-03 Volume: 19, Issue: 110, Page: 344–347 no 10448
“Oh! Saint Patrick was a gentleman!” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-04 Volume: 19, Issue: 111, Page: 381–382 no 10449
To a Wood-Pigeon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-04 Volume: 19, Issue: 111, Page: 460–461 no 10450
My Dog’s Epitaph. By the Subaltern Gleig, George Robert 1826-06 Volume: 19, Issue: 113, Page: 685–686 no 10451
Holyrood Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-06 Volume: 19, Issue: 113, Page: 734 no 10452
The First of May Cowan, Alexander 1826-06 Volume: 19, Issue: 113, Page: 735–736 no 10453
The Great Muckle Village of Balmaquhapple Hogg, James 1826-06 Volume: 19, Issue: 113, Page: 739–740 no 10454
Meg O’ Marley Hogg, James 1826-06 Volume: 19, Issue: 113, Page: 756 no 10455
Apology for the Little Naval Temple, on Storrs’ Point, Winandermere Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-07 Volume: 20, Issue: 114, Page: 4–5 no 10551
The Owl 1826-07 Volume: 20, Issue: 114, Page: 13–15 no 10552
My Bonny Mary Hogg, James 1826-07 Volume: 20, Issue: 114, Page: 93–94 no 10553
A Dirge Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-07 Volume: 20, Issue: 114, Page: 100–101 no 10554
The Battle of the Blockheads Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-07 Volume: 20, Issue: 114, Page: 104–105 no 10555
“On the bright margin of Italia’s shore” Radcliffe, Ann 1826-07 Volume: 20, Issue: 114, Page: 106 no 11322
“O weel befa’ the maiden gay” Hogg, James 1826-07 Volume: 20, Issue: 114, Page: 108 no 10556
My Ain Countree Cunningham, Allan 1826-07 Volume: 20, Issue: 114, Page: 109 no 10557
Answer to Lord Byron’s Lines on Love S. S. (Blackwood’s) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 115, Page: 163 no 10558
The Return. Dulce Domum Wrangham, Francis 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 115, Page: 191 no 10559
The Ghost. A Canterbury Tale Barham, Richard Harris 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 115, Page: 192–197 no 10560
History of the King-Bird Wilson, Alexander 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 115, Page: 249–250 no 10561
Loughrigg-Tarn Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 272–275 no 10562
I. Disease Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 281 no 10563
II. Filial Affection Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 281 no 10564
III. Dissolution Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 281 no 10565
V. Deprivation Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 282 no 10567
VI. Reminiscence Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 282 no 10568
IV. Despondency Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 282 no 10566
Time’s Changes Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 329–330 no 10569
The Heart’s Dirge Hetherington, William Maxwell 1826-08 Volume: 20, Issue: 116, Page: 330–331 no 10570
Lord Ronald’s Child Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-09 Volume: 20, Issue: 117, Page: 406 no 10571
Hymn 1826-09 Volume: 20, Issue: 117, Page: 407–409 no 10572
Glen-Almain, or the Narrow Glen Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1826-09 Volume: 20, Issue: 117, Page: 410 no 10573
Wreck of the Comet Mudford, William 1826-09 Volume: 20, Issue: 117, Page: 426–428 no 10574
Cheltenham, 1826 Buller 1826-09 Volume: 20, Issue: 117, Page: 468–469 no 10575
A Watery Grave S. S. (Blackwood’s) 1826-09 Volume: 20, Issue: 117, Page: 478–479 no 10576
No. I. Boyhood Thoughts Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 541 no 10577
No. III. Mature Realities Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 542 no 10579
No. IV. Regrets and Anticipations Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 542 no 10580
No. II. Youthful Memories Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 542 no 10578
The Captive. A Dramatic Scene Mitford, Mary Russell 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 555–558 no 10581
The Minister’s Mare 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 585–588 no 10601
“Oh wad that my time were ower but” Mungo Glen 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 602–603 no 10582
“I lookit east—I lookit west” Hogg, James 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 622–623 no 10583
Tam Nelson Hogg, James 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 623 no 10584
“There’s some souls ‘ill yammer and cheep” Hogg, James 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 630–631 no 10585
The Humours of Donnybrook Fair Croker, Thomas Crofton 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 631–633 no 10586
The Song of the Janissary 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 634–635 no 10587
To Lucy Tappan, Henry Philip 1826-10 Volume: 20, Issue: 118, Page: 636–637 no 10588
The Girl in a Florentine Costume. From a picture by H. Howard, Esq. R. A. Watts, Alaric Alexander 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 893–894 no 10589
The Contadina Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 895–896 no 10590
A Lament Opie, Amelia 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 897–898 no 10591
The Old Maid’s Prayer to Diana Tighe, Mary 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 898–899 no 10592
The Enchanted Castle. From a celebrated picture by Claude Lorraine Croly, George 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 900 no 10593
The Cliffs of Dover Hemans, Felicia 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 900 no 10594
A Father’s Grief Dale, Thomas 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 901–902 no 10595
The Contadina. Dictating her Love-Letter Croly, George 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 902 no 10596
Inscription for a Monument at Arroyo, in Molina Southey, Robert 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 902–903 no 10597
The Brigand Leader and his Wife. (From a picture by Eastlake) Hemans, Felicia 1826-12 Volume: 20, Issue: 120, Page: 903 no 10598
Love Hood, Thomas 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 49 no 10603
Sea Scene Hood, Thomas 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 49–50 no 10604
The Last Man Hood, Thomas 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 54–57 no 10606
No. I.—Daybreak Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 80 no 10607
No. II.—Snow-Storm Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 80 no 10608
No. III.—Clear Frost Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 80 no 10609
No. IV.—Moonlight Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 81 no 10610
No. V.—Vicissitude Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 81 no 10611
No. VI.—Conclusions Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-01 Volume: 21, Issue: 121, Page: 81 no 10612
Wizzerde Wynkin’s Dethe. Ane Auncient Ballad Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-02 Volume: 21, Issue: 122, Page: 195–198 no 10613
On the Death of a Daughter Barham, Richard Harris 1827-02 Volume: 21, Issue: 122, Page: 226 no 10614
A Vision of the Deep Mason, William 1827-02 Volume: 21, Issue: 122, Page: 227–229 no 10615
A Death Scene Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-03 Volume: 21, Issue: 123, Page: 259–260 no 10616
The Homes of England Hemans, Felicia 1827-04 Volume: 21, Issue: 124, Page: 392 no 10617
The Black Watch Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-04 Volume: 21, Issue: 124, Page: 399–400 no 10618
Vernal Stanzas Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-04 Volume: 21, Issue: 124, Page: 400 no 10619
Ode to the Moon Hood, Thomas 1827-04 Volume: 21, Issue: 124, Page: 407–408 no 10620
Ode for Music. On the Death of Lord Byron Hogg, James 1827-05 Volume: 21, Issue: 125, Page: 520–521 no 10621
Sing Round About Hawick, &c Hogg, James 1827-05 Volume: 21, Issue: 125, Page: 559 no 10777
The Spell Broken Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-06 Volume: 21, Issue: 126, Page: 704–705 no 10778
The Monkey-Martyr: A Fable Hood, Thomas 1827-06 Volume: 21, Issue: 126, Page: 706–708 no 10779
Song of Emigration Hemans, Felicia 1827-07 Volume: 22, Issue: 128, Page: 32 no 10792
Noche Serena Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-07 Volume: 22, Issue: 128, Page: 103 no 10793
December Droopings Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-07 Volume: 22, Issue: 128, Page: 103 no 10794
Vernal Feelings Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-07 Volume: 22, Issue: 128, Page: 104 no 10838
Il Penseroso Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-07 Volume: 22, Issue: 128, Page: 104 no 10839
Morn on the Mount Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-07 Volume: 22, Issue: 128, Page: 104 no 10795
Gloaming Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-07 Volume: 22, Issue: 128, Page: 104 no 10796
To a Lady Bird Southey, Caroline Bowles 1827-08 Volume: 22, Issue: 129, Page: 161 no 10845
The Graves of the Dead. A Dirge Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-08 Volume: 22, Issue: 129, Page: 162–163 no 10847
Sunset Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-08 Volume: 22, Issue: 129, Page: 185 no 10848
The Perilis of Wemyng. Ane moste woeful Tragedye Hogg, James 1827-08 Volume: 22, Issue: 129, Page: 214–221 no 10850
Leonard Mayburne and Susan Hendrie Coleridge, Hartley 1827-09 Volume: 22, Issue: 130, Page: 362–373 no 10851
Lines to the Memory of a Favourite Dog Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-10 Volume: 22, Issue: 131, Page: 439–440 no 10852
The Devil’s Dream on Mount Aksbeck Aird, Thomas 1827-10 Volume: 22, Issue: 131, Page: 440–444 no 10853
The Tomb of de Bruce Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-10 Volume: 22, Issue: 131, Page: 511–512 no 10854
Woman on the Field of Battle Hemans, Felicia 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 585–586 no 10855
To the Memory of Lord Charles Murray. Who died in the Cause, and lamented by the People of Greece Hemans, Felicia 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 586 no 10856
III. “Soother of life, physician of all ail” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 610 no 10885
I. “After a week of restless care and toil” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 610 no 10883
II. “If earth hath aught that speaks to us of heaven” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 610 no 10884
IV. “Fall’n hath our lot on days of pleasant calm” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 611 no 10886
V. “On shores far foreign, or remoter seas” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 611 no 10887
VI. “The twilight shades are darkening o’er the dell” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 611 no 10888
Second Sunday in Advent Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 628 no 10857
Epiphany Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 629 no 10861
Christmas Day Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 628–629 no 10858
St Stephan’s Day Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 629 no 10859
Innocent’s Day Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 133, Page: 629 no 10860
Septuagesima Sunday Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 630 no 10865
First Sunday After Epiphany. No. I Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 630 no 10862
Second Sunday After Epiphany. No. II Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 630 no 10863
Second Sunday After Epiphany Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 630 no 10864
First Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 631 no 10869
Good Friday Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 630–631 no 10866
Easter Day Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 631 no 10867
Whitsunday Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 631 no 10868
Fourth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 631–632 no 10870
Tenth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 632 no 10871
Fifteenth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 632 no 10872
Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 632–633 no 10873
Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 633 no 10874
Twenty-Second Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 633 no 10875
At a Funeral Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 633 no 10876
To a Scene in Caithness Macnish, Robert 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 634 no 10877
The Voice of Nature Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-11 Volume: 22, Issue: 132, Page: 635 no 10878
Ane Pastorale of the Rocke Hogg, James 1827-12 Volume: 22, Issue: 133, Page: 675–684 no 10879
Hymn to December Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1827-12 Volume: 22, Issue: 133, Page: 722 no 10880
On the Death-Day of Körner Hemans, Felicia 1827-12 Volume: 22, Issue: 133, Page: 730 no 10881
My Old Dog and I Southey, Caroline Bowles 1827-12 Volume: 22, Issue: 133, Page: 731–733 no 10882
Moralitas Hogg, James 1828-01 Volume: 23, Issue: 134, Page: 47 no 10758
“O, mother, tell the laird o’t” Hogg, James 1828-01 Volume: 23, Issue: 134, Page: 113–114 no 10759
“Write, write, tourist and traveller” Gilfillan, Robert 1828-01 Volume: 23, Issue: 134, Page: 133 no 10760
“Why does the sun shine on me” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1828-01 Volume: 23, Issue: 134, Page: 135 no 10761
Hymn to Hesperus Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-02 Volume: 23, Issue: 135, Page: 162–164 no 10762
Minced-Pie; a Christmas Carol. To Miss S— 1828-02 Volume: 23, Issue: 135, Page: 252–255 no 10763
The Broken Lute Hemans, Felicia 1828-03 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 291–293 no 10764
Wintry Landscape Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-03 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 293–294 no 10765
The “Living Dog” and the “Dead Lion.” From the Times of Thursday Jan. 10 Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1828-03 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 396–397 no 10766
To a Child Macnish, Robert 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 499 no 10768
The Calm Sea Johnstone, William 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 499 no 10767
Lines, Sacred to the Memory of the Rev. Edward William Barnard Wrangham, Francis 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 500 no 10769
Blue Stockings Over the Border 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 500–501 no 10770
To the Moon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 502 no 10773
The Ancient Kirk Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 502 no 10772
Rural Scenery Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 502 no 10771
To the Muse of Milton Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 503 no 10776
“Forget-Me-Not” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 503 no 10774
Summer Moon Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-04 Volume: 23, Issue: 137, Page: 503 no 10775
The Bridal-Day Hemans, Felicia 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 138, Page: 549–550 no 10827
To Mrs Hemans, On her intended Publication, entitled, “Records of Woman” Smyth, Amelia Gillespie 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 138, Page: 642 no 10828
To Meet Again Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 713–714 no 10829
To the Rhine Macnish, Robert 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 715 no 10830
Song I Fitz-Andrew 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 771–772 no 10831
Song II Fitz-Andrew 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 772–773 no 10832
Song III Fitz-Andrew 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 773–774 no 10833
Song V Fitz-Andrew 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 776 no 10835
Song IV Fitz-Andrew 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 774–776 no 10834
To the Sweet-Scented Cyclamen Southey, Caroline Bowles 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 777–778 no 10836
“In Embro town they made a law” 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 781–782 no 10837
“They may rail at the city, where first I was born” 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 790–791 no 10840
Whisky Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 795 no 10841
Ode on the Distant Prospect of a Good Dinner 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 796–797 no 10842
Lines Written on the Back of The Ode, On the Distant Prospect of a Good Dinner A Lady 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 798 no 10843
Good Night and Joy Be Wi’ You A’ 1828-05 Volume: 23, Issue: 139, Page: 802 no 10844
Nature’s Farewell Hemans, Felicia 1828-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 140, Page: 874 no 10846
Illustrissimo Viro Θ 1828-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 140, Page: 922 no 10849
The Tour of Dulness Warner, John 1828-07 Volume: 24, Issue: 141, Page: 29–30 no 10698
To “Beauty” R. H. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1828-07 Volume: 24, Issue: 141, Page: 30–31 no 10699
Evening. An Ode Q. 1828-07 Volume: 24, Issue: 141, Page: 37–41 no 10700
Norfolk Punch. An Incantation Ω (Blackwood’s) 1828-07 Volume: 24, Issue: 141, Page: 101–103 no 10701
Summer Morning Landscape Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-07 Volume: 24, Issue: 141, Page: 103–106 no 10702
To Ianthe, in Absence Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 142, Page: 176 no 10703
Ane Rychte Gude and Preytious Ballande Hogg, James 1828-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 142, Page: 177–183 no 10704
Elegiac Stanzas Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 142, Page: 217–218 no 10705
The Music of the Spheres Macnish, Robert 1828-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 142, Page: 225 no 10706
The Message to the Dead Hemans, Felicia 1828-09 Volume: 24, Issue: 143, Page: 353 no 10707
The Castle of Time. A Vision Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-09 Volume: 24, Issue: 143, Page: 362–369 no 10708
Court of Darkness Wills, James 1828-10 Volume: 24, Issue: 144, Page: 481–488 no 10709
The Two Voices Hemans, Felicia 1828-10 Volume: 24, Issue: 144, Page: 497 no 10710
Ballad Stanzas Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1828-10 Volume: 24, Issue: 144, Page: 498–499 no 10711
“Let us laugh at the asses, while here at our glasses” 1828-10 Volume: 24, Issue: 144, Page: 511 no 10712
“I sing of a land that was famous of yore” Hogg, James 1828-10 Volume: 24, Issue: 144, Page: 535 no 10713
The Goode Manne of Allowa. Ane most strainge and treuthfulle Ballande Hogg, James 1828-11 Volume: 24, Issue: 145, Page: 561–569 no 10714
Tasso’s Coronation Hemans, Felicia 1828-11 Volume: 24, Issue: 145, Page: 614 no 10715
The Voice of the Wind Hemans, Felicia 1828-11 Volume: 24, Issue: 145, Page: 639 no 10716
Song—“John Nicholson’s Daughter” Hogg, James 1828-12 Volume: 24, Issue: 146, Page: 687–688 no 10717
The Twa Magicians 1828-12 Volume: 24, Issue: 146, Page: 691 no 10718
Ode to Tan Hill, Whilom Called Erroneously St Anne’s Hill, in Wiltshire P. W. 1828-12 Volume: 24, Issue: 146, Page: 762–764 no 10719
The Wife’s Trial; or, The Intruding Widow. A Dramatic Poem, Founded on Mr Crabbe’s Tale of the “Confidant” Lamb, Charles 1828-12 Volume: 24, Issue: 146, Page: 765–781 no 10720
The Vaudois Wife Hemans, Felicia 1828-12 Volume: 24, Issue: 146, Page: 782–783 no 10721
The Land of Dreams Hemans, Felicia 1828-12 Volume: 24, Issue: 246, Page: 783–784 no 10722
Art Thou the Maid? P. W. 1828-12 Volume: 24, Issue: 147, Page: 916 no 10723
The Hedgehog Southey, Caroline Bowles 1829-01 Volume: 25, Issue: 148, Page: 19–20 no 10464
The Gipsy’s Malison Lamb, Charles 1829-01 Volume: 25, Issue: 148, Page: 64 no 10465
The Two Magicians. A German Tradition Busk, Mary Margaret 1829-01 Volume: 25, Issue: 148, Page: 65–66 no 10466
“Nobody is Missed.” Political Apophthegm Peregrine Wilton 1829-01 Volume: 25, Issue: 148, Page: 71 no 10467
Sir Toggenburg. A Ballad of Schiller Schiller, Friedrich 1829-01 Volume: 25, Issue: 148, Page: 80–81 no 10468
Farewell to an Adopted Daughter. Written at her request when about to sail for India P. W. 1829-01 Volume: 25, Issue: 148, Page: 93 no 10469
The Burial of Douglas Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-01 Volume: 25, Issue: 148, Page: 105 no 10470
On a Girl Sleeping Macnish, Robert 1829-01 Volume: 25, Issue: 148, Page: 105 no 10471
Doctor Cole. An Historical Tale Founded on Facts Peregrine Wilton 1829-02 Volume: 25, Issue: 149, Page: 153–158 no 10472
Jock Johnstone the Tinkler Hogg, James 1829-02 Volume: 25, Issue: 149, Page: 173–178 no 10473
The Ancestral Song Hemans, Felicia 1829-02 Volume: 25, Issue: 149, Page: 221–222 no 10474
The Storm-Painter in His Dungeon Hemans, Felicia 1829-02 Volume: 25, Issue: 149, Page: 227–228 no 10475
The Old Sea-Port Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-02 Volume: 25, Issue: 149, Page: 229–230 no 10476
Sunset Meditations Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-03 Volume: 25, Issue: 150, Page: 288–290 no 10477
Lines Written at Warwick Castle Badham, Charles 1829-03 Volume: 25, Issue: 150, Page: 489–497 no 10478
I. The Recali Hemans, Felicia 1829-04 Volume: 25, Issue: 151, Page: 498 no 10479
II. The Indian with His Dead Child Hemans, Felicia 1829-04 Volume: 25, Issue: 151, Page: 498–499 no 10480
III. The Two Homes Hemans, Felicia 1829-04 Volume: 25, Issue: 151, Page: 500 no 10482
Vernal Invocation Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-05 Volume: 25, Issue: 151, Page: 500–502 no 10483
For a Young Lady’s Album Lamb, Charles 1829-05 Volume: 25, Issue: 152, Page: 564 no 10506
The Christening Lamb, Charles 1829-05 Volume: 25, Issue: 152, Page: 564 no 10484
V. The Wish Hemans, Felicia 1829-05 Volume: 25, Issue: 152, Page: 571 no 10497
IV. The Return Hemans, Felicia 1829-05 Volume: 25, Issue: 152, Page: 570–571 no 10494
A Shadow of Truth Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-05 Volume: 25, Issue: 152, Page: 632 no 10498
VI. The Soldier’s Death-Bed Hemans, Felicia 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 714 no 10499
VII. The Charmed Picture Hemans, Felicia 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 715 no 10501
VIII. The Dreaming Child Hemans, Felicia 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 716 no 10503
Our Outside’s Blue, With a Yellow Back 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 732 no 10509
Oh! He Was Great in Cockney Land 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 732 no 10508
Bright Olive-Green 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 733 no 10510
Oh! Did I Not Foretell 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 732–733 no 10507
To Emma, Learning Latin, and Desponding Lamb, Mary 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 751 no 10513
For the Album of Miss —, French Teacher, at Mrs Gisborn’s School, Enfield Lamb, Charles 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 751 no 10512
Will and Sandy. A Scots Pastoral Hogg, James 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 748–751 no 10511
The Diver. From the German of Schiller Schiller, Friedrich 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 778–781 no 10514
Song on Mr Peel 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 795–796 no 10516
Quartett on King Arthur, Dan, and George 1829-06 Volume: 25, Issue: 153, Page: 803 no 10520
John Weir, A Ballad Hogg, James 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 50–51 no 10296
IX. The Guerilla Leader’s Vow Hemans, Felicia 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 52 no 10299
X. Parting Words Hemans, Felicia 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 53 no 10301
XI. The Summons Hemans, Felicia 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 54 no 10302
“Here Judas, with a face where shame” Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 129 no 10525
Flash Song Maginn, William 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 131–133 no 10524
“My left is adorn’d by a poet” Maginn, William 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 133–134 no 10526
“O, Love’s a bitter thing to bide” Hogg, James 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 135 no 10527
“I hope Mrs Muse” 1829-07 Volume: 26, Issue: 154, Page: 137–138 no 10528
No. II.—Abbotsford Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 185 no 10307
No. I.—Melrose Abbey Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 185 no 10306
Sonnet Dedicatory Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 185 no 10305
No. VI.—The Bush Aboon Traquair Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 186 no 10311
No. V.—Wark Castle Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 186 no 10310
No. III.—Dryburgh Abbey Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 185–186 no 10308
No. IV.—Nidpath Castle Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 186 no 10309
Extracts from Buchanan’s Epithalamium, on the Marriage of Francis of Valois and Mary Stuart Buchanan, George 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 187–188 no 10313
The Watchman’s Lament 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 155, Page: 237–238 no 10314
“That very night the mysterious dame” Hogg, James 1829-08 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 277 no 10325
Maria Gray. A Song Hogg, James 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 276 no 10319
Elen of Reigh Hogg, James 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 271–276 no 10316
“O great was the wonder, and great was the dread” Hogg, James 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 276–277 no 10321
Hymn Over a Dying Virgin Hogg, James 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 277 no 10324
Ode to the Harp of Zion Riddell, Henry Scott 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 286–288 no 10327
If Hope Be Dead 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 340 no 10329
The Ruined Nunnery Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 385–386 no 10331
Canadian Boat-Song—(from the Gaelic) 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 400 no 10529
“Let them cant about Adam and Eve—frae my saul” Hogg, James 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 156, Page: 403–404 no 10530
The Franciscan and the Brotherhood Buchanan, George 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 157, Page: 493–509 no 10333
An Evening in Furness Abbey Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1829-09 Volume: 26, Issue: 157, Page: 540–560 no 10342
The Heart of Bruce, in Melrose Abbey Hemans, Felicia 1829-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 158, Page: 610 no 10353
The River Southey, Caroline Bowles 1829-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 158, Page: 640 no 10364
The p and the q; or, the Adventures of Jock M’Pherson Hogg, James 1829-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 158, Page: 693–695 no 10365
On Judas. From the Italian of Gianni Gianni, Lapo 1829-11 Volume: 26, Issue: 159, Page: 829 no 10366
The Rape of Proserpine. From the Italian of Cassiani Cassiani, Giuliano 1829-11 Volume: 26, Issue: 159, Page: 829 no 10367
From the Italian of Zappi Zappi, Giambattista Felice 1829-11 Volume: 26, Issue: 159, Page: 830 no 10371
Providence. From the Italian of Filicaja da Filicaja, Vincenzo 1829-11 Volume: 26, Issue: 159, Page: 830 no 10368
The Dream. From the Italian of Francesco de Lemene de Lemene, Francesco 1829-11 Volume: 26, Issue: 159, Page: 830–831 no 10369
The Sonnet. From the Spanish of Lope de Vega de Vega, Lope 1829-11 Volume: 26, Issue: 159, Page: 831 no 10372
Stanzas on Seeing a Recently Erected Monument in the Chapel of Greenwich Hospital Dibdin, Thomas John 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 913 no 10388
Verses Inscribed in an Album Jeffrey, Francis 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 953 no 10389
On Receiving a Bunch of Flowers from the Author of “The Excursion” Jewsbury, Geraldine 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 953–954 no 10390
The Anniversary Watts, Alaric Alexander 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 956–957 no 10392
The Neglected Child Bayly, Thomas Haynes 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 957–958 no 10393
“My baby! my poor little one! thou’st come a winter flower” Southey, Caroline Bowles 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 958–959 no 10394
The Poet’s Answer, To a Lady’s question, respecting the accomplishments most desirable in an Instructress of Children Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 961 no 10395
To Mr Lucas. Written while sitting to him for my Portrait. December, 1825 Mitford, Mary Russell 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 966 no 10396
“A scene such as we picture in our dreams” Pringle, Thomas 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 968–969 no 10397
A Bard’s Address to his Youngest Daughter Hogg, James 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 969–970 no 10398
The Infant Christ, with Flowers Dale, Thomas 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 972–973 no 10399
“Palms of glory, raiment bright” Montgomery, James 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 973 no 10400
The Sisters of Bethany Jewsbury, Geraldine 1829-12 Volume: 26, Issue: 160, Page: 975–976 no 10401
To M. W. Ferrier, James Frederick 1830-01 Volume: 27, Issue: 161, Page: 109 yes 10046
On the Portrait of Wickliffe Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-01 Volume: 27, Issue: 161, Page: 110 yes 10047
The First Gray Hair Bayly, Thomas Haynes 1830-01 Volume: 27, Issue: 161, Page: 112 yes 10048
Upon Seeing Miss Fanny Kemble in Juliet Busk, Mary Margaret 1830-01 Volume: 27, Issue: 161, Page: 112 yes 10049
Love and Death Hemans, Felicia 1830-01 Volume: 27, Issue: 161, Page: 113 yes 10050
The Last Stork Hogg, James 1830-02 Volume: 27, Issue: 162, Page: 217–222 yes 10051
The Bass Rock Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-02 Volume: 27, Issue: 163, Page: 340–342 yes 10052
Lawn-Sleeves 1830-02 Volume: 27, Issue: 163, Page: 356–361 yes 10053
Once Upon a Time Southey, Caroline Bowles 1830-02 Volume: 27, Issue: 163, Page: 361–362 yes 10054
The Lady of Provence Hemans, Felicia 1830-02 Volume: 27, Issue: 163, Page: 372–375 yes 10055
The Requiem of Genius Hemans, Felicia 1830-03 Volume: 27, Issue: 164, Page: 501 yes 10056
The Exhibited Dwarf Bayly, Thomas Haynes 1830-03 Volume: 27, Issue: 164, Page: 502 yes 10057
The Tea-Table Coleridge, Hartley 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 164, Page: 503–507 yes 10058
The Veteran Tar Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 165, Page: 568–570 yes 10059
The Lairde of Lonne. Ane Rychte Breiffe and Wyttie Ballande, compilit by Maister Hougge Hogg, James 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 165, Page: 571–577 yes 10060
Triumphant Music Hemans, Felicia 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 165, Page: 578 yes 10062
The Forsaken to the False One Bayly, Thomas Haynes 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 165, Page: 577–578 yes 10061
Ode to Poverty Park, William 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 165, Page: 579–580 yes 10063
Verses Addressed to One of the Human Teeth Dug Out of the Cairn on Airswood-Moss, May 1828 Park, William 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 165, Page: 581–582 yes 10064
The Reigning Vice. Book V Townshend, Chauncy Hare 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 165, Page: 620–631 yes 10065
Poetical Portraits Macnish, Robert 1830-04 Volume: 27, Issue: 165, Page: 632–633 yes 10066
Lines Written after Reading the Romance of Arthur’s Round Table An Oxonian 1830-05 Volume: 27, Issue: 166, Page: 705 yes 10067
A Greek Pastoral Hogg, James 1830-05 Volume: 27, Issue: 166, Page: 766–771 yes 10068
To My Babe Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-06 Volume: 27, Issue: 167, Page: 863–864 yes 10070
The First Sermon Hogg, James 1830-06 Volume: 27, Issue: 167, Page: 879–880 yes 10071
The Reigning Vice. Book VI Townshend, Chauncy Hare 1830-06 Volume: 27, Issue: 167, Page: 881–890 yes 10072
Cato. Ambassadors of Cæsar Address Cato 1830-06 Volume: 27, Issue: 167, Page: 905 yes 10073
The Mariner’s Return. A Description 1830-06 Volume: 27, Issue: 167, Page: 906–916 yes 10074
We Return No More! Hemans, Felicia 1830-07 Volume: 28, Issue: 168, Page: 40 yes 10113
A Real Vision Hogg, James 1830-07 Volume: 28, Issue: 168, Page: 63–65 yes 10115
An Eclogue. Christopher—Duke—the Sub Warner, John 1830-07 Volume: 28, Issue: 168, Page: 82–83 yes 10116
Dan’s First Parliamentary Campaign Townsend, Horatio 1830-07 Volume: 28, Issue: 168, Page: 84 yes 10117
The Reigning Vice. Book VII Townshend, Chauncy Hare 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 183–190 yes 10129
The Reigning Vice. Book VIII Townshend, Chauncy Hare 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 191–199 yes 10130
To Little Mary Southey, Caroline Bowles 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 207–208 yes 10131
The Origin of the Fairies Hogg, James 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 209–217 yes 10134
The Tear Macnish, Robert 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 217–218 yes 10136
The Vale of Pines Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 218–219 yes 10138
Sunset, after Rain Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 219–220 yes 10140
Evening Tranquility Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 221 yes 10141
To the Round-Leaved Sundew Waring, S. 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 268–269 yes 10145
The Cowslip Waring, S. 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 270 yes 10147
”’Mid scattered foliage, pale and sere” Waring, S. 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 270 yes 10151
To the Magdalen Waring, Samuel Miller 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 271 yes 10154
The God of Nature Waring, Samuel Miller 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 270–271 yes 10150
“Peace! peace! swelling trump that repeatest” Waring, Samuel Miller 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 271–272 yes 10153
Peter Weeping Waring, Samuel Miller 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 272 yes 10155
Angel Help Lamb, Charles 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 169, Page: 272 yes 10156
The Regatta Ferguson 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 310 yes 10165
“When Bawdrons, wi’ her mousin paw” 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 385 yes 10179
“Behave yoursell before folk” 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 388–389 yes 10180
Aitchison’s Carbineers 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 394 yes 10182
The Broadswords of Old Scotland 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 396–397 yes 10183
“Frae royal Wull that wears the crown” 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 406 yes 10186
Maga at No. 45 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 422–423 yes 10187
A Chant 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 425 yes 10188
God Save the King 1830-08 Volume: 28, Issue: 170, Page: 436 yes 10191
The Shepherd Poet of the Alps Hemans, Felicia 1830-09 Volume: 28, Issue: 171, Page: 470–473 yes 10238
Jocke Taittis Expeditioune Till Hell Hogg, James 1830-09 Volume: 28, Issue: 171, Page: 512–517 yes 10239
The Hour of Thought Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-09 Volume: 28, Issue: 171, Page: 517–518 yes 10240
The Novel—A Satire 1830-10 Volume: 28, Issue: 172, Page: 623–627 yes 10241
The Tower of Erceldoune Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-10 Volume: 28, Issue: 172, Page: 695–698 yes 10242
A Sunday Pastoral Hogg, James 1830-11 Volume: 28, Issue: 173, Page: 737–741 yes 10243
To the Mountain Winds Hemans, Felicia 1830-11 Volume: 28, Issue: 173, Page: 750 yes 10244
The Demoniac: A Poem in Seven Chapters Aird, Thomas 1830-11 Volume: 28, Issue: 173, Page: 812–822 yes 10245
The Raid of the Kers Hogg, James 1830-12 Volume: 28, Issue: 174, Page: 895–899 yes 10246
Horrible Stanzas 1830-12 Volume: 28, Issue: 174, Page: 899 yes 10247
An Autumn Walk Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1830-12 Volume: 28, Issue: 174, Page: 941–942 yes 10248
The Palmer Hemans, Felicia 1830-12 Volume: 28, Issue: 174, Page: 983 yes 10250
To a Picture of the Madonna Hemans, Felicia 1830-12 Volume: 28, Issue: 174, Page: 982–983 yes 10249
Christmas Carol. In Honour of Maga. Sung by the Contributors Macnish, Robert 1831-01 Volume: 29, Issue: 175, Page: 11–12 no 10924
King Willie Hogg, James 1831-01 Volume: 29, Issue: 175, Page: 17–18 no 10949
The Tri-Color James (pseud.) 1831-01 Volume: 29, Issue: 175, Page: 25 no 10950
Thomson’s Birth-Place Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-01 Volume: 29, Issue: 175, Page: 127–128 no 10951
The Last Song of Sappho Hemans, Felicia 1831-01 Volume: 29, Issue: 175, Page: 129 no 10952
Remembrance Macnish, Robert 1831-01 Volume: 29, Issue: 175, Page: 131 no 10954
The Penitent’s Return Hemans, Felicia 1831-01 Volume: 29, Issue: 175, Page: 130–131 no 10953
Communings with Thought Hemans, Felicia 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 176, Page: 260–261 no 10955
The Necromancer Hemans, Felicia 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 176, Page: 261–262 no 10956
Demos Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 176, Page: 277 no 10957
“Oh! fill the wine-cup high” Williams, Robert Folkstone 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 176, Page: 278–280 no 10958
The Winter Wild Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 327–328 no 10959
“A highway for your God! and lo! the Sea” Hamilton, Richard Winter 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 342 no 10963
“Where are the deep-laid chymic cisterns, whence” Hamilton, Richard Winter 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 342 no 10962
“Whence rose ye? on what basement are ye stayed” Hamilton, Richard Winter 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 342 no 10961
“Are ye not bulwarks to this lovely Isle” Hamilton, Richard Winter 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 342–343 no 10960
“And stretches outward,—to yon Wondrous Rock” Hamilton, Richard Winter 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 343 no 10964
“Dread Temple of the Waters! Ocean-Shrine!” Hamilton, Richard Winter 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 343 no 10965
Good-Night. To Mary— M. J. L. (Blackwood’s) 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 343–344 no 10966
The Early Lost Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-02 Volume: 29, Issue: 177, Page: 344–345 no 10967
The Procession Hemans, Felicia 1831-03 Volume: 29, Issue: 178, Page: 451–452 no 10972
The Burial in the Desert Hemans, Felicia 1831-03 Volume: 29, Issue: 178, Page: 453 no 10973
“O, weel befa’ the maiden gay” Hogg, James 1831-03 Volume: 29, Issue: 178, Page: 546–547 no 10974
The Gander of Glasgow Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1831-03 Volume: 29, Issue: 178, Page: 568–570 no 10975
To My Child Parsons, Edward 1831-04 Volume: 29, Issue: 179, Page: 626 no 10976
Johnne Graimis Eckspeditioun Till Hevin. Compilit Be Mr Hougge Hogg, James 1831-04 Volume: 29, Issue: 179, Page: 641–644 no 10977
Family Poetry. No. I Barham, Richard Harris 1831-04 Volume: 29, Issue: 179, Page: 652–653 no 10978
To Mrs Hemans Parsons, Edward 1831-04 Volume: 29, Issue: 179, Page: 667 no 10979
The Jacobin Bill Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-04 Volume: 29, Issue: 179, Page: 708–710 no 10980
The Ghost of the Gander Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1831-04 Volume: 29, Issue: 179, Page: 717–719 no 10981
“Here a foul hulk lies Glasgow’s Gander” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1831-04 Volume: 29, Issue: 179, Page: 719–720 no 10982
Hymn of the Mountain Christian Hemans, Felicia 1831-06 Volume: 29, Issue: 181, Page: 913 no 10983
The Highlander’s Return Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-06 Volume: 29, Issue: 181, Page: 914–915 no 10984
The Miser’s Grave Hogg, James 1831-06 Volume: 29, Issue: 181, Page: 915–918 no 10985
The Plaint of Absence Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-07 Volume: 30, Issue: 182, Page: 58–59 no 10986
Family Poetry. No. II. My Letters Barham, Richard Harris 1831-07 Volume: 30, Issue: 182, Page: 126–128 no 10987
Homer’s Hymns. I. The Poem of Pan Eagles, John 1831-07 Volume: 30, Issue: 182, Page: 128–130 no 10988
Unimore. A Dream of the Highlands Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1831-08 Volume: 30, Issue: 183, Page: 137–191 no 10989
Homer’s Hymns. No II. The Ballad of Bacchus Eagles, John 1831-08 Volume: 30, Issue: 183, Page: 227–229 no 10990
The Eglantine Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-08 Volume: 30, Issue: 183, Page: 245–246 no 10991
Rational Fear; or “Friendly Advice to the Lords” 1831-08 Volume: 30, Issue: 184, Page: 348–349 no 11071
“Would you know what a Whig is, and always was” Hogg, James 1831-08 Volume: 30, Issue: 184, Page: 415 no 11073
Song Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-08 Volume: 30, Issue: 184, Page: 414–415 no 11072
The Wishing-Tree Eagles, John 1831-09 Volume: 30, Issue: 185, Page: 423–431 no 11074
Dreams of Heaven Hemans, Felicia 1831-09 Volume: 30, Issue: 185, Page: 529 no 11075
To a Butterfly Near a Tomb Hemans, Felicia 1831-09 Volume: 30, Issue: 185, Page: 530 no 11076
“Who dares to say” Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-09 Volume: 30, Issue: 185, Page: 552–553 no 11077
“Whate’er thy creed may be” Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-09 Volume: 30, Issue: 185, Page: 561 no 11078
“Pray for the soul” Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-09 Volume: 30, Issue: 185, Page: 562–564 no 11079
The Magic Mirror Hogg, James 1831-10 Volume: 30, Issue: 186, Page: 650–564 no 11081
The Lunatic’s Complaint Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-10 Volume: 30, Issue: 186, Page: 646–649 no 11080
Homer’s Hymns. No. III. Apollo Eagles, John 1831-10 Volume: 30, Issue: 186, Page: 669–680 no 11082
Marguerite of France Hemans, Felicia 1831-10 Volume: 30, Issue: 186, Page: 697–699 no 11083
The Freed Bird Hemans, Felicia 1831-10 Volume: 30, Issue: 186, Page: 699–700 no 11084
Lines Written on the Tweedside, September the 18th, 1831 Lockhart, John Gibson 1831-10 Volume: 30, Issue: 186, Page: 701 no 11085
Lyttil Pynkie Hogg, James 1831-11 Volume: 30, Issue: 187, Page: 782–789 no 11086
The Owl Eagles, John 1831-11 Volume: 30, Issue: 187, Page: 789–794 no 11087
The Monitors Hogg, James 1831-11 Volume: 30, Issue: 187, Page: 843–844 no 11088
A New Song, To Be Sung by All the True Knaves of Political Unions 1831-12 Volume: 30, Issue: 188, Page: 962–963 no 11090
March Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-12 Volume: 30, Issue: 188, Page: 964 no 11091
November Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-12 Volume: 30, Issue: 188, Page: 964 no 11094
June Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-12 Volume: 30, Issue: 188, Page: 964 no 11092
September Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-12 Volume: 30, Issue: 188, Page: 964 no 11093
The Horse Maltby, F. W. 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 200 no 11005
The Swan and the Skylark Hemans, Felicia 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 216–218 no 11006
Let Us Depart! Hemans, Felicia 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 218–219 no 11007
The Flower of the Desert Hemans, Felicia 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 219–220 no 11008
The Painter’s Last Work.—A Scene Hemans, Felicia 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 220–221 no 11009
The Moonlight Churchyard Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 237–238 no 11010
Stanzas to Music Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 275 no 11011
Roger Goodfellow. A Song. To be sung to all sorry rascals Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 276 no 11012
The Free’d Bird Hemans, Felicia 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 278–279 no 11013
The Forging of the Anchor Ferguson, Samuel 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 281–283 no 11014
Horatian Version [Epodon VII.] On Meeting the Birmingham Mob, Dec. 1831 Ferguson, Samuel 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 285 no 11015
A New Song, to be Sung by All Loyal and True Subjects 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 190, Page: 286–288 no 11016
The Humours of Hermes Homer 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 191, Page: 319–327 no 11017
Ceres Homer 1832-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 742–752 no 11156
Gaffer Maurice. How he would neither be young nor wise, and what he had buckled on his back Homer 1832-03 Volume: 31, Issue: 192, Page: 504–505 no 11018
The Play 1832-03 Volume: 31, Issue: 192, Page: 550–552 no 11019
Satan Reformer Montgomery the Third 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 592–597 no 11245
A Poet’s Dying Hymn Hemans, Felicia 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 622–623 no 11020
The Canny Courtship 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 639–640 no 11099
“Haul away, haul away, down helm, I say” 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 643 no 11100
The Disinterred Warrior Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 658 no 11101
Indian at the Burying-Place of His Fathers Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 658–659 no 11127
The Indian Girl’s Lament Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 659–660 no 11128
A Song of Pitcairn’s Island Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 660 no 11129
The Hunter’s Serenade Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 661 no 11130
Song of Marion’s Men Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 661–662 no 11131
The African Chief Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 662–663 no 11132
The New Moon Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 663 no 11133
The Skies Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 663 no 11134
To a Waterfowl Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 193, Page: 664 no 11135
The Wrecked Mariner Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 723 no 11136
Lost Hope Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 726 no 11139
Love, Pride, and Forgetfulness Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 726 no 11140
National Song Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 725–726 no 11137
We are Free Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 726 no 11138
Sonnet Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 727 no 11141
The Poet’s Mind Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 727 no 11142
The “How” and the “Why” ? Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 727–728 no 11143
Song.—The Owl Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 731–732 no 11144
Second Song.—To the Same Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 732 no 11145
The Kraken Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 732 no 11146
Ode to Memory Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 732–733 no 11147
The Deserted House Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 733 no 11148
A Dirge Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 733–734 no 11149
Isabel Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 734–735 no 11150
Mariana Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 735–736 no 11151
Adeline Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 736–737 no 11152
The Sleeping Beauty Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 737 no 11153
The Ballad of Oriana Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 737–738 no 11154
Recollections of the Arabian Nights Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 739–740 no 11155
The Song of the Gifted Hemans, Felicia 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 781–782 no 11157
The Jewess of the Cave. A Poem in Four Parts Aird, Thomas 1832-05 Volume: 31, Issue: 194, Page: 820–828 no 11158
Seathewaite Castle Daniel, Samuel 1832-06 Volume: 31, Issue: 195, Page: 876 no 11159
Ulpha Kirk Daniel, Samuel 1832-06 Volume: 31, Issue: 195, Page: 876–877 no 11160
Ismene and Leander. In Three Ballads. (From the German) Hölty, Ludwig Christoph Heinrich 1832-06 Volume: 31, Issue: 195, Page: 881–883 no 11161
Lines Written at Kelburne Castle, Ayrshire Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1832-06 Volume: 31, Issue: 195, Page: 953–955 no 11162
The Old Man’s Sigh. A Sonnet Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1832-06 Volume: 31, Issue: 195, Page: 956 no 11163
To My Birdie Southey, Caroline Bowles 1832-07 Volume: 32, Issue: 196, Page: 32–33 no 11179
No. VI.—Helius, or the Sun Homer 1832-07 Volume: 32, Issue: 196, Page: 33 no 11180
No. VIII.—Diana Homer 1832-07 Volume: 32, Issue: 196, Page: 34 no 11182
No. VII.—Minerva Homer 1832-07 Volume: 32, Issue: 196, Page: 33–34 no 11181
Farewell to Italy Griffin, Edmund D. 1832-07 Volume: 32, Issue: 196, Page: 103–104 no 11183
A New Song, for a Conservative Dinner on the Anniversary of Waterloo 1832-07 Volume: 32, Issue: 196, Page: 144 no 11184
Wastwater in a Calm Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 185 no 11186
Wastwater in a Storm Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 185 no 11185
Angler’s Tent 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 189–191 no 11187
Love No Longer Thrills My Soul 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 210–211 no 11188
No. I. Return—Once More Return Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 215 no 11189
No. II. Oh! Who Is Like the Mighty One Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 215–216 no 11190
No. III. How Pleasant Is the Opening Year Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 216 no 11191
I. Oh! Sky-Lark, For Thy Wing! Hemans, Felicia 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 234 no 11206
III. Where Shall We Make Her Grave? Hemans, Felicia 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 235 no 11208
II. Let Her Depart! Hemans, Felicia 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 234–235 no 11207
IV. Summer Song Hemans, Felicia 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 235–236 no 11209
V. Ancient Norwegian War-Song Hemans, Felicia 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 236–237 no 11210
VI. The Stream Set Free Hemans, Felicia 1832-08 Volume: 32, Issue: 197, Page: 237 no 11211
The Secret Lover. From the Persian of Jaumi Jaumi 1832-09 Volume: 32, Issue: 198, Page: 312 no 11212
Schedule A! Schedule A! 1832-09 Volume: 32, Issue: 198, Page: 396–397 no 11214
A New Song for the Electors of the County of Mid-Lothian 1832-09 Volume: 32, Issue: 198, Page: 401–402 no 11215
Abercrombie Came Down Like a Wolf on the Fold 1832-09 Volume: 32, Issue: 198, Page: 402 no 11216
The Clerk of the Pipe 1832-09 Volume: 32, Issue: 198, Page: 403–404 no 11217
Whar Ha’e Ye Been a’ Day 1832-09 Volume: 32, Issue: 198, Page: 404–405 no 11218
Here’s a Health to Aytoun 1832-09 Volume: 32, Issue: 198, Page: 405–406 no 11219
The Unequal Conference and the Vex’d Debate 1832-09 Volume: 32, Issue: 198, Page: 408–409 no 11220
The Pursuits of Politics. A Poem Lockhart, John Gibson 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 413–430 no 11221
To a Rose. The Thought from the Italian 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 430 no 11222
Lines on Staffa Graham, John 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 452–455 no 11223
The English Martyrs. A Scene of the Days of Queen Mary Hemans, Felicia 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 480–485 no 11224
Poland 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 612–613 no 11225
The Yellow Leaf Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 638–639 no 11226
A New Ballad of the New Times, Entitled—“Lord John and the Pedlar;” Showing how Boniface provided a Reform Dinner, and who ate it 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 640–641 no 11227
The Cyclop of Euripides 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 652–669 no 11228
The Three Rooks. Scene from the “Birds” of Aristophanes the Younger 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 669–670 no 11229
No. I. The Bedouin’s Song of Home in a Distant Land Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 680 no 11230
No. II. The Voice of the Wilderness Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 681 no 11231
Stanzas by a Lady Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 683 no 11233
Light and Darkness Ferguson, Samuel 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 681–683 no 11232
There Were Times, My Lord Jeffrey, Between You and Me 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 708–709 no 11234
Aytoun, Our Dear Union Laddie 1832-10 Volume: 32, Issue: 199, Page: 712–713 no 11235
The Cholera Mount. Lines on the Burying-Place for Patients who have Died of Cholera; a pleasant eminence in Sheffield Park Montgomery, James 1832-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 802–803 no 11236
Lament of an Egyptian Princess Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1832-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 804–806 no 11237
The Lady of the Greenwood Tree. A Legend of Transylvania 1832-12 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 875–877 no 11238
The Farewell to Earth Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1832-12 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 968–969 no 11239
Not Now! Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1832-12 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 969 no 11240
The Two Monuments Hemans, Felicia 1832-12 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 969–970 no 11241
The Early Dead Norton, Augusta 1832-12 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 971 no 11242
The Burial of the Mighty Hemans, Felicia 1832-12 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 993–995 no 11243
The Age of Wonders; Or, the New Whig War. A New Song 1832-12 Volume: 32, Issue: 200, Page: 1010 no 11244
The Moorish Maid of Granada 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 40 no 11353
To the Memory of the Deeply-Lamented Ensign George Holford Walker, Who was Shot through the Heart in an Affair with the Malays, on the 3d of May 1832, and Died Instantaneously, in his 19th Year Hodson, Magaret (Holford) 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 60 no 11192
Little Leonard’s Last “Good-Night” Southey, Caroline Bowles 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 61 no 11193
II. Ye Jackasses of Ireland Ferguson, Samuel 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 87 no 11195
I. Ye Gentlemen of Ireland Ferguson, Samuel 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 87 no 11194
III. Song to be Sung at the Lifting of the Conservative Standard Ferguson, Samuel 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 88 no 11196
IV. Song to be Sung at the Lifting of the Revolutionary Standard Ferguson, Samuel 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 88 no 11197
Zephyrs Eagles, John 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 89–90 no 11354
The Picture Eagles, John 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 90 no 11253
Mignon’s Song Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 90 no 11254
I. The Prayer of the Lonely Student Hemans, Felicia 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 120–121 no 11246
II. The Traveller’s Evening Song Hemans, Felicia 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 122–123 no 11247
Despair Norton, Augusta 1833-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 203, Page: 123 no 11248
To the Year 1832 M. H. (Blackwood’s) 1833-02 Volume: 33, Issue: 204, Page: 187 no 11249
The Isle of Beauty Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1833-02 Volume: 33, Issue: 204, Page: 261 no 11251
The Grave of the Gifted Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1833-02 Volume: 33, Issue: 204, Page: 260–261 no 11250
The Child Reading the Bible Hemans, Felicia 1833-02 Volume: 33, Issue: 204, Page: 262–263 no 11252
IV. The Craven Heart Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1833-02 Volume: 33, Issue: 204, Page: 264 no 11256
III. The Shiek’s Revenge Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1833-02 Volume: 33, Issue: 204, Page: 263–264 no 11255
A Dozen Years Hence Moir, George 1833-02 Volume: 33, Issue: 204, Page: 265 no 11323
The Graces 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 527–538 no 11324
Lines on a Thrush Confined in a Cage near the Sea Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 592 no 11325
Invocation Hemans, Felicia 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 593 no 11326
Invocation Continued Hemans, Felicia 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 593 no 11327
The Song of Miriam Hemans, Felicia 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 593 no 11328
The Vigil of Rizpath Hemans, Felicia 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 594 no 11330
Ruth Hemans, Felicia 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 594 no 11329
The Reply of the Shunamite Woman Hemans, Felicia 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 594 no 11331
My Grave Ramsay, John (1799-1870) 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 595 no 11334
No. VI. The Ruined Fountain Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 595 no 11333
No. V. Dying Request of a Hindu Girl Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1833-04 Volume: 33, Issue: 206, Page: 595 no 11332
VII. The Annunciation Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 804 no 11335
VIII. The Song of the Virgin Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 804 no 11336
X. Mary at the Feet of Christ Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 805 no 11338
IX. The Penitent Anointing Christ’s Feet Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 804–805 no 11337
XI. The Sisters of Bethany after the Death of Lazarus Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 805 no 11339
XII. The Memorial of Mary Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 805 no 11340
XIV. Mary Magdalene at the Sepulchre Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 806 no 11342
XIII. The Women of Jerusalem at the Cross Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 806 no 11341
XV. Mary Magdalene Bearing Tidings of the Resurrection Hemans, Felicia 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 806 no 11343
Antwerp 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 807–809 no 11345
Song of the Water Gueuse Egerton, Francis (Leveson-Gower) 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 810 no 11346
I. The Studies of the Ladies (a la Francois) Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 844 no 11347
II. The Little Brown Man Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 844 no 11348
IV. The Doctor and the Patient Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 845 no 11350
III. My Lisette, She is No More! Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1833-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 207, Page: 845 no 11349
The Death-Song of Regner Lodbrog Ferguson, Samuel 1833-06 Volume: 33, Issue: 208, Page: 910–915 no 11351
The Parent Oak Eagles, John 1833-06 Volume: 33, Issue: 208, Page: 961–962 no 11352
Burial of an Emigrant’s Child in the Forests Hemans, Felicia 1833-07 Volume: 34, Issue: 210, Page: 111–113 no 11355
The Funeral Hymn Hemans, Felicia 1833-07 Volume: 34, Issue: 210, Page: 113–114 no 11356
Song Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1833-07 Volume: 34, Issue: 210, Page: 114 no 11357
Sir Eustace Norton, Augusta 1833-08 Volume: 34, Issue: 211, Page: 172–173 no 11358
Father.—Child Hemans, Felicia 1833-08 Volume: 34, Issue: 211, Page: 174–176 no 11359
Wood Hymn Hemans, Felicia 1833-08 Volume: 34, Issue: 211, Page: 176–177 no 11360
The Water-Lily Hemans, Felicia 1833-08 Volume: 34, Issue: 211, Page: 177 no 11361
Departure Southey, Caroline Bowles 1833-08 Volume: 34, Issue: 211, Page: 178 no 11362
Easter-Day in a Mountain Churchyard Hemans, Felicia 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 594–596 no 11363
No. VII. Bedouin Lament for a Sheik Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 596 no 11364
No. IX. True Valour Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 597 no 11366
No. VIII. Wisdom in the Wilderness Godwin, Catherine Grace (née Garnett) 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 597 no 11365
An Indian Lament T. C. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 598 no 11367
Life Eagles, John 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 599 no 11368
Home Eagles, John 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 600 no 11369
Stanzas Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 601 no 11370
The Sound of Skye Stanley, Edward 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 601–603 no 11371
A Character Hamilton, Eliza Mary 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 604 no 11372
Knowledge Hamilton, Eliza Mary 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 605 no 11373
A Few Years Hamilton, Eliza Mary 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 606–607 no 11374
The Weeping Ash, With Names, Dates, &c. Carved on Its Bark Hamilton, Eliza Mary 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 607–608 no 11375
The Crown of Thorns Chalklen, Charles William 1833-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 214, Page: 609–610 no 11376
The Fairy Eagles, John 1833-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 215, Page: 769–770 no 11377
The Fairy’s Reply Eagles, John 1833-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 215, Page: 770–771 no 11378
Echo and Silence Eagles, John 1833-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 215, Page: 772–773 no 11379
Lines, Suggested by David’s Picture of Napoleon Asleep in His Study, Taken Shortly Before the Battle of Waterloo Simmons, Bartholomew 1833-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 215, Page: 813–814 no 11380
A Father’s Curse Aird, Thomas 1833-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 215, Page: 814–819 no 11381
‘Twas Night Norton, Augusta 1833-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 215, Page: 819–820 no 11382
The Country Seat Barham, Richard Harris 1833-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 215, Page: 820–821 no 11383
The Convent of Chaillot, or La Valliere and Louis XIV. (Suggested by an engraving with that title in one of the Annuals) Chalklen, Charles William 1833-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 215, Page: 822–823 no 11384
“One hour for distant home to weep” Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 857 no 11385
I. The Brother’s Dirge Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 858 no 11386
II. The Alpine Horn Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 858 no 11387
III. O Ye Voices Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 858–859 no 11388
IV. I Dream of All Things Free Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 859 no 11389
V. Far O’er the Sea Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 859–860 no 11390
VI. The Invocation Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 860 no 11391
VII. A Song of Hope Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 860 no 11392
To a Lover of Autumn. (1830) Hamilton, Eliza Mary 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 865 no 11394
Flowers and Music in a Room of Sickness Hemans, Felicia 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 861–865 no 11393
Lines Written in the First Blank Leaf of Shelley’s Poems. To the Reader Simmons, Bartholomew 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 866 no 11395
The Sabbath Evening P. (Blackwood’s) 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 868–867 no 11398
I Saw Her But Once Simmons, Bartholomew 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 867 no 11396
Melodies for Middle Age. No. I 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 867 no 11397
St Stephen’s Day Trevor, George 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 870 no 11399
The Epiphany Trevor, George 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 871 no 11400
Merry England 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 871 no 11401
The Radical 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 872 no 11402
Summer Eve Orielensis 1833-12 Volume: 34, Issue: 216, Page: 872–873 no 11403
The Wine Cup. A Vision Chalklen, Charles William 1834-02 Volume: 35, Issue: 218, Page: 266–267 no 11895
The Heart’s Prison Chalklen, Charles William 1834-02 Volume: 35, Issue: 218, Page: 267–268 no 11896
The Prisoner’s Evening Service. A Scene of the French Revolution Hemans, Felicia 1834-02 Volume: 35, Issue: 218, Page: 269–271 no 11897
Keene, or Funeral Lament of an Irish Mother Over her Son Hemans, Felicia 1834-02 Volume: 35, Issue: 218, Page: 272 no 11902
Lines Written in Anticipation of the Duke Wellington’s Election W. G. (Blackwood’s) 1834-03 Volume: 35, Issue: 219, Page: 267 no 11903
Nebuchadnezzar. A Poem Aird, Thomas 1834-03 Volume: 35, Issue: 219, Page: 369–385 no 11904
The Poet’s Bower 1834-03 Volume: 35, Issue: 220, Page: 501–502 no 11906
The Indian’s Revenge. Scene in the Life of a Moravian Missionary Hemans, Felicia 1834-03 Volume: 35, Issue: 220, Page: 504–507 no 11907
Family Poetry. No. V. A Tale of the Rhine Barham, Richard Harris 1834-04 Volume: 35, Issue: 220, Page: 481–485 no 11905
II. On a Remembered Picture of Christ, an Ecce Homo by Leonard Da Vinci Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 32 no 11926
The Lay of Sir Lionel Barham, Richard Harris 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 235–243 no 11908
III. Mountain Sanctuaries Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 632 no 11927
I. To a Family Bible Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 632 no 11925
IV. The Lilies of the Field Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 633 no 12029
V. The Birds of the Air Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 633 no 12030
VI. The Olive-Tree Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 633 no 12031
VII. Places of Worship Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 634 no 12032
VIII. A Church in North Wales Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 634 no 12033
IX. Old Church in an English Park Hemans, Felicia 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 634 no 12034
The Enchanted Domain 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 666–674 no 11909
No. I. To the Skylark Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 708 no 12268
No. II. Twilight Thoughts Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 708–709 no 12269
No. III. Haddon Hall, Yorkshire Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 709–710 no 12270
No. IV. Elegiac Stanzas Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 710 no 12271
Woman Simonides of Ceos 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 711–713 no 11910
Song of Demodocus the Bard Before Ulysses, in the Court of King Alcinous. Odyssey. Lib. VIII Homer 1834-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 221, Page: 714–715 no 11912
Mora Campbell Hogg, James 1834-06 Volume: 35, Issue: 222, Page: 947–954 no 11911
Aurora. A Vision. Dedicated to Charles Lamb Apollodorus 1834-06 Volume: 35, Issue: 222, Page: 992–1001 no 12272
The English Boy Hemans, Felicia 1834-07 Volume: 36, Issue: 224, Page: 65–66 no 11409
A Church Ecologue Aird, Thomas 1834-11 Volume: 36, Issue: 228, Page: 615–619 no 11410
The Orphan’s Song 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 738 no 11411
The Bride of Lochleven Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 767–775 no 11414
I. A Prayer Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 799 no 11416
III. Memorial of a Conversation Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 800 no 11419
IV. The Return to Poetry Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 800 no 11421
II. Prayer Continued Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 799–800 no 11417
VII. On Reading Coleridge’s Epitaph, Written by Himself Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 801 no 11424
V. To Silvio Pellico, on reading his “Prigόine” Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 800–801 no 11422
VI. To the Same, Released Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 801 no 11423
VIII. Hope of Future Communion with Nature Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 801–802 no 11425
IX. Dreams of the Dead Hemans, Felicia 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 802 no 11426
My Good Old Aunt—A Sketch Ramsay, John (1799-1870) 1834-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 229, Page: 829–830 no 11428
I. Lord B—m to a Great Personage Hogg, James 1835-01 Volume: 37, Issue: 230, Page: 72–74 no 11614
II. Lord B—m to Lord A—th—e Hogg, James 1835-01 Volume: 37, Issue: 230, Page: 74–76 no 11615
A Summary of the Times in Nursery Rhymes 1835-01 Volume: 37, Issue: 230, Page: 95–106 no 11616
The Christian Bride; a Poem in Three Cantos Aird, Thomas 1835-02 Volume: 37, Issue: 231, Page: 179–195 no 11617
The Huguenot’s Farewell Hemans, Felicia 1835-02 Volume: 37, Issue: 231, Page: 233 no 11618
On the Removal of Some Old Family Portraits Southey, Caroline Bowles 1835-02 Volume: 37, Issue: 231, Page: 234–235 no 11619
Sonnet on the Duke of Wellington Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1835-02 Volume: 37, Issue: 232, Page: 353 no 11620
Letter III. L—d B—m to to Joseph Grimaldi, Esq. On a Coalition Hogg, James 1835-02 Volume: 37, Issue: 232, Page: 410–412 no 11621
Whig or Tory 1835-03 Volume: 37, Issue: 233, Page: 445 no 11622
No. I. Go the Whole Hog! Sung With an Accompaniment of Marrow-bones and Cleavers 1835-03 Volume: 37, Issue: 233, Page: 446 no 11623
Town Eclogue 1835-03 Volume: 37, Issue: 233, Page: 502–504 no 11624
The Last Journey Southey, Caroline Bowles 1835-03 Volume: 37, Issue: 233, Page: 534 no 11626
Antique Greek Lament Hemans, Felicia 1835-03 Volume: 37, Issue: 233, Page: 535–536 no 11627
The Jungfrau of the Lurlei. (A Legend of the Rhine) Blackie, John Stuart 1835-03 Volume: 37, Issue: 233, Page: 536–537 no 11630
On an Insulated Rock on the Summit of Mowcop, Near Congleton, in Cheshire, Known by the Name of the Man of Mow D. T. (Blackwood’s) 1835-03 Volume: 37, Issue: 233, Page: 538–539 no 11633
Sonnet. Written by the Sea-Side Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 642 no 11634
The Type of Prometheus Hollings, James Francis 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 651–652 no 11635
IV. Meleager 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 653 no 11639
III. (“No gracious boon is life, if vexing cares”) Paul the Silentiary 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 653 no 11638
I. Love Grove 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 652–653 no 11636
V. To a Blackbird Marcus Argentarius 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 653 no 11640
II. Meleager 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 653 no 11637
VIII. Antipater of Sidon 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 654 no 11643
VII. (“The poor man never lives, nor therefore dies”) Palladas of Alexandria 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 654 no 11642
IX. Bianor 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 654 no 11644
VI. (“While from the strand his line a fisher threw”) Carphylides 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 653–654 no 11641
X. Antipater of Sidon 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 654 no 11645
XII. Epitaph on Aristion, a Dancing Girl Thyillus 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 655 no 11647
XI. ”(She that was called the Beautiful—(so named))” Julian the Egyptian 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 654–655 no 11646
XIII. “The fruit of Bacchus in profusion spread” Agathias Scholasticus 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 655 no 11648
XIV. (“View not my tomb with pity, passer-by”) Carphylides 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 655 no 11649
XVI. On a Fountain Dedicated to Silence Statyllius Flaccus 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 656 no 11651
XV. 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 655–656 no 11650
XVII. Antipater of Sidon 1835-04 Volume: 37, Issue: 234, Page: 656