Category: Quoted in prose contribution

The poem appears as a quotation in the context of an article or other prose contribution in the periodical issue.

Poems assigned to this category

Poem title Poets Date Periodical id #
Notices Concerning the Scottish Gypsies Hogg, James 1817-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8049
Notices Concerning the Scottish Gypsies Leyden, John 1817-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8053
Shakespeare Club of Alloa 1817-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8052
The Non-Descript—To a very charming Monster Brown, Thomas 1817-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8056
Mary’s Dream Lowe, John 1817-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8055
“As down in the sunless retreats of the ocean” Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1817-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8057
“The bird let loose in Eastern skies” Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1817-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8058
“Sweet voices! circling all the cloudy tops” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1817-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8016
Elegy Written in a Ball-room Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8178
Young’s Night Thoughts Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8179
“I rose this morning about half past nine” Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8180
“O hone, Odoherty!” Hogg, James 1818-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8176
“When wondering ages shall have rolled away” Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8177
“While worldly men through stupid years” Hamilton, Thomas 1818-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8175
The First of May Wrangham, Francis 1818-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8221
To Ebert. From the German of Klopstock Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb 1818-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8240
Dialogue Between a Mother and Child Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8245
Lines on the Celebrated Picture by Lionardo da Vinci, called the Virgin of the Rocks Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8250
On the Sight of Swans in Kensington Garden Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8252
Sabbath Bells Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8249
The Old Familiar Faces Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8246
To Miss Kelly Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8247
XI Lamb, Charles 1818-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8248
Ruth Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1818-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8305
Song I Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1818-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 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 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8308
Account of the Milling-match between Entellus and Dares, translated from the Fifth Book of the Æneid Virgil 1819-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8378
Lines to Miss Grace Maddox, the Fair Pugilist Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1819-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8376
A Farewell to Tobacco 1819-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7829
Sonnet on Myself 1819-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7875
To Ianthe Leyden, John 1819-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7855
An Excellent New Song 1819-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7880
Imitated.—To P. M—, M. P. 1819-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7878
Opposition Medley 1819-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7876
Political Alphabet; or, the Young Member’s A. B. C. 1819-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7883
Song T. M. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1819-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7877
The Black Broom. A Scotch Sang English’d Kirkman Finlay (allonym) 1819-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7879
“While every tongue” 1819-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7882
A Dream Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7860
Captivity Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7774
Composed in one of the Valleys of Westmoreland, on Easter Sunday Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7776
Sonnet. To — 1817 Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7862
The Waggoner, A Poem Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7773
Third Part of Christabel Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7764
To a Child Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7861
To a Snow-Drop, Appearing Very Early in the Season Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7778
To the River Derwent Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7779
“I heard (alas, ‘twas only in a dream)” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1819-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7777
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 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7894
Song to a Salmon Hogg, James 1819-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7895
The Coliseum Bob Buller of Brazennose 1819-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7898
The Memory of Sandy Ferguson Dr. James Scott (allonym) 1819-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7899
Tickler’s Song to a Brother Sportsman at a Distance Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1819-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7897
Captain Paton’s Lament Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7821
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 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 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 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7794
Chaunt.—By Mrs M’Whirter Mrs M’Whirter 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7814
Dr. Scott’s Farewell to Braemar Hogg, James 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7801
I Pity You, Ye Stars So Bright, &c 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7817
Inconstancy; A Song to Mrs M’Whirter Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7811
Leddrie Green, An excellent new Song, Written by Bailie Jarvie, a good many Years ago Bailie Jarvie (pseud.) 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7810
Lines to Miss Fanny Forman, on Bidding her Farewell Maginn, William, Lockhart, John Gibson, Hogg, James, Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7795
Love’s Phantoms of Wo 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7808
L’Envoy; An Excellent New Song in Honour of Dr. Scott Hogg, James 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7800
Sanctandrews Gillespie, Thomas (1778-1844) (pseud. Juvenalis Junior) 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7797
Small Talk Bob Buller of Brazennose 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7806
Song, by Mr Wastle, On Proposing the Health of H. R. H. Prince Leopold Lockhart, John Gibson 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7816
Song—Sung by General Sophist Seward of Christ-Church 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7819
Song—“That I love thee, charming Maid,” to its own Tune Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7820
The Friar’s Farewell to Oxford 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7818
The Meeting of Wallace and Bruce on the Banks of the Carron Hemans, Felicia 1819-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7807
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 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7805
Love Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1819-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8063
“All that’s sweet and soft attend” Veal, Joseph 1819-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8078
Sonnet IX Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8081
Sonnet VI Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8083
Sonnet VIII Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8080
Sonnet XI Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8082
Sonnet XIX Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8084
Sonnet XXIII Lloyd, Charles 1819-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8085
Autumn Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8096
Hymn to Diana Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8089
Marianne’s Dream Shelley, Percy Bysshe 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8090
Sonnet to Ailsa Rock Keats, John 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8088
Spring Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8093
Summer Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8094
The Human Seasons Keats, John 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8087
The Summer of 1818 Hunt, Leigh 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8086
To Priscilla L.— D.— Written in May Lloyd, Charles 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8091
Winter Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1819-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8097
Andalla’s Bridal 1820-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7837
Don Raymon of Butrago 1820-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7835
The Bullfight of Ganzul 1820-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7839
The Death of Queen Blanche 1820-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7836
The Flight from Granada 1820-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7841
The Lamentation of Granada for the Death of Celin 1820-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7840
Zara’s Ear-rings 1820-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7838
Christian Kennedy’s Song Cunningham, Allan 1820-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8426
The Gypsey’s Song 1820-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8427
“My love shall neither sigh nor sab” 1820-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8425
Destruction of Babylon Wrangham, Francis 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8443
Dion. (See Plutarch) Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8463
Hint from the Mountains for Certain Political Aspirants Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8468
Ode. The Pass of Kirkstone Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8465
Sonnet on the Death of his Late Majesty Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8467
Tradition Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8460
“From this deep chasm—where quivering sun-beams play” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8458
“I thought but on the bridal song” 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8442
“O Mountain Stream! the Shepherd and his Cot” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8457
“What aspect bore the Man who roved or fled” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8456
“Whence that low voice?—A whisper from the heart” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1820-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8459
Lines to Phillip Sampson, the Brummagem Youth Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8508
Sonnet Anster, John 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8522
Sonnet Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8494
Sonnet Anster, John 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8524
Sonnet Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8497
Sonnet on the Nonpareil Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8511
Stanzas Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8493
Stanzas Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8514
Stanzas to Kate, on Appearing Before her After a Casual Turn up Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8503
Stanzas, Written During a Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and Addressed to a Northern Princess Reynolds, John Hamilton 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8512
The Witch of Ae 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8478
The Witch of Ae’s Song 1820-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8479
Book III. Ode 25 Horace 1820-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8547
Cameronian Song 1820-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8727
May Cameron 1820-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8728
Ballad I. On Mark Wilson, slain in Irongray Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8735
Ballad II. The voice lifted up against Chapels and Churches Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8736
Ballad III. The Cameronians rejoice in the Discomfiture of the Godless at Drumclog Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8737
Ballad IV. The Doom of Nithsdale Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8738
Ballad V. Alexander Peden’s Harmonious Call to the Cameronians Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8739
Ballad VI. The Cameronian Banner Cunningham, Allan 1820-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8740
“Ye citizens of London towne” Lockhart, John Gibson 1820-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8785
Sonnet On the Battle between Mendoza and Tom Owen, at Banstead Downs, July 4th, 1820 Maginn, William 1820-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8799
The Bandsman’s Ballad 1820-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8992
“When the morn beam’s clear by bonnie Carlisle” 1820-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8993
To Dicky Gossip. While he thinks of tittle-tattle, not to forget his wiggery St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1820-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9029
“Lady Morison rode by hill and dale” 1820-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9073
Auld Glenae 1821-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9090
Song Parkinson, Richard 1821-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9087
The Beggarman’s Song 1821-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9091
“O, there is a land where the Fairies reside” Parkinson, Richard 1821-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9086
“Where’er Odoherty, with casual foot” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9139
“Which nought admits save day” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9131
“Ye plumed men of war, ye warriors brave” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9136
“Ye, gentlemen, and laidies, come here, and I assure ye” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9134
Ailie Mushat’s Cairn. A Vision-Like Remembrance of a Vision Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9163
Horæ Sinicæ. No. II. Ode on the Death of Yahmasseero, Councillor of State Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9164
Love Song, By a Junior Member of the Cockney School Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9161
Stanzas. Oh Mine be the Shade, &c Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9165
The Somnambulatory Butcher.—An Episode Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9162
Ode Written in the Cemetery of Pere la Chaise 1821-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9216
”’Oh! where,’ says the Spirit of Life to my soul” Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1821-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9326
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 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9424
Carle, an the King come 1821-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9420
Our Good Auld Man 1821-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9421
“Oh! I’m the gallant lecturer, as all of you do know” Crowe, Eyre Evans 1821-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9439
Address to the Moon Macpherson, James 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9500
Alpin’s Lamentation for Morar Macpherson, James 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9503
Christopher Agonistes St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9451
Irish Captain’s Garland Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9497
The Curse of Omicron St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9450
To Blackwood’s Magazine, No. LIV St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9449
To the Evening Star Macpherson, James 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9502
To the Setting Sun Macpherson, James 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9501
“O the weary cutters, they’ve ta’en my laddie frae me” Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9498
“O, I’ll cut off my yellow hair” Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9496
“O, the snow it melts the soonest when the winds begin to sing” Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9495
“Though I must go to a foreign land” Doubleday, Thomas 1821-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9494
Autumn R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9588
December W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9561
Drouthiness St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9546
Elegy on my Tom Cat Shelley, Percy Bysshe 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9795
February W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9553
March W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9554
May W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9556
No. IV. The Gathering of the Mahonys Maginn, William 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9577
November W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9559
October W. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9558
Song I. Saint Patrick Maginn, William 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9570
Song II. Lament of a Connaught Ranger Maginn, William 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9572
Song III. Rafferty’s Advice Maginn, William 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9575
Song V. A Real Irish “Fly Not Yet” Maginn, William 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9579
Song VI. The Impassioned Wave Maginn, William 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9580
Spring R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9586
Summer R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9587
To a Conqueror’s Wife, On His Return Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9551
Winter R. (Blackwood’s) 1821-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9589
Effusion of Friendship T. C. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1822-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9695
Epistle to Christopher North, Esq Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1822-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9696
Phantasmagoriana Procter, Bryan Waller (pseudonym “Barry Cornwall”) 1822-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9699
Rhyming Salutation Lord Byron (allonym) 1822-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9700
The Benison Laurel-Honouring Laureate 1822-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9694
The Chaunt of Friendship Odontist 1822-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9701
To the Veiled Magician hebdomadal hand [symbol] 1822-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9697
Tokens of Natural Affection Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9698
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 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9702
Lord Byron’s Combolio St. Barbe, Roger Frampton 1822-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9703
Aria Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9713
Dialogue Between Willison Glass, Esq. of Edinburgh, and Jeremy Bentham Esq. of London Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9712
Odoh. Od. I. Night i. Quizzes Frank Jeffrey on His Being Universally Sneered at in His Old Age Horace 1822-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9718
“Lady, if you love to hear” 1822-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9716
Dean Swift!!! Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9724
Epilogue. Spoken by Christopher North, Esquire, and Sir A. Wylie, Baronet Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9725
Song, on the Wedding-Day of Timothy Tickler, Esq. and Miss Amarantha Aloesbud Lockhart, John Gibson 1822-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9723
Bavieca 1822-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9727
Bernardo and Alphonso 1822-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9726
Count Fernan Gonsalez 1822-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9729
Guarinos 1822-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9730
The Excommunication of the Cid 1822-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9728
On Reading the Appendix to Lord Byron’s Tragedy of the Two Foscari Maginn, William 1822-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9814
There’s Not a Joy That Life Can Give, &c Cay, John 1822-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9815
“Backe and side go bare, go bare” Maginn, William 1822-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9813
“I care not a fig for a flagon of flip” Maginn, William 1822-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9811
“O! gone are the days, when the censure or praise” Maginn, William 1822-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9812
Abuse of Monastic Power Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9843
After Visiting the Field of Waterloo Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9860
Apology Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9850
Cathedrals, &c Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9854
Conclusion Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9859
Continued Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9831
Continued Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9857
Continued Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9847
Corruptions of the Higher Clergy Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9842
Dissolution of the Monasteries Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9845
Druidical Excommunication, &c Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9824
Ejaculation Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9858
Imaginative Regrets Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9851
Inside of King’s College Chapel, Cambridge Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9855
Missions and Travels Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9840
Monastic Voluptuousness Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9844
Other Influences Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9829
Papal Dominion Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9841
Persecution Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9826
Primitive Saxon Clergy Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9828
Recovery Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9827
Reflections Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9852
Reproof Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9838
Saints Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9848
Saxon Monasteries, and Lights and Shades of the Religion Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9839
Seclusion Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9830
The Death of Isaiah—A Fragment Dods, Mary Diana (pseud. David Lyndsay) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9865
The Eclipse of the Sun, 1821 Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9864
The Fall of the Aar—Handec Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9861
The Italian Itinerant, and the Swiss Goatherd Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9862
The Same Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9856
The Same Subject Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9846
The Three Cottage Girls Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9863
The Virgin Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9849
Translation of the Bible Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9853
Trepidation of the Druids Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9823
Uncertainty Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1822-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9825
Fergusson and Burns; Or the Poet’s Reverie 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9873
King’s Visit to Scotland. The News 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9870
Saw Ye Geordie Cumin’. An Excellent New Song Omai 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9868
Stanzas For the King’s Landing 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 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 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9872
The King’s Muster Galt, John 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9869
The Shepherdess and the Sailor 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9877
To Christopher North, Esq. From an Occasional Contributor, Living at Cape Clear, Who Was Applied to for an Article about the King 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9875
“De’il tak the kilts! For fifty year, nae honest son of Reikie’s” Cay, John 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9874
“Oh! white is thy bosom, and blue is thine eye” 1822-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9876
Silent Worship Barton, Bernard 1822-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9905
Sonnet to Charlotte M— Barton, Bernard 1822-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9907
The Quaker Poet. Verses on seeing myself so designated Barton, Bernard 1822-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9906
“Let us drink and be merry” 1822-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9897
“Let wit and waggery, joy and jollity” 1822-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9899
“O sairly may I rue the day I fancied first the women-kind” Hogg, James 1822-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9898
“There’s a Spanish grandee on the banks of the Dee” 1822-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9896
I. Dirge of O’Sullivan Bear 1823-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9911
II. The Girl I Love 1823-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9912
III. The Convict of Clonmell 1823-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9913
IV. O Say, My Brown Drimin! 1823-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9914
V. The White Cockade 1823-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9916
VI. The Avenger 1823-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9915
Count Alarcos and the Infanta Solisa 1823-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9929
On the Head of George Buchanan. (From the Chaldee) Maginn, William 1823-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9933
On the Star of “The Legion of Honour.” (From the French) Lockhart, John Gibson 1823-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9932
The Avenging Childe 1823-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9928
The Seven Heads 1823-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9927
“Greek and Latin” Lockhart, John Gibson 1823-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9931
To Octavia Watts, Alaric Alexander 1823-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9934
A Riddle Lockhart, John Gibson 1823-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9941
The Devonshire Lane Lockhart, John Gibson 1823-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9940
To Callirhoe, at Lausanne Foscolo, Ugo 1823-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9938
“Come all ye jolly shepherds that whistle thro’ the glen” Hogg, James 1823-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9939
Song of a Fallen Angel over a Bowl of Rum-punch Maginn, William 1823-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10081
The Flower of Gnido de la Vega, Garcilaso 1823-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10075
The Progress of Passion for His Lady de la Vega, Garcilaso 1823-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10076
The Tories—A National Melody 1823-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10083
A Bridal Song X. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1823-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10099
December 1823-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10097
Inscription for Picton’s Cenotaph at Waterloo S. (Blackwood’s) 1823-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10098
“The ev’ning sheds its balmy sweets” 1824 Forget-Me-Not 15913
Verses on All-Fool’s-Day Maginn, William 1824-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10118
“Lament for Lord Byron” Maginn, William 1824-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10125
Song from the Beacon Baillie, Joanna 1824-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10142
The Crabstick Hughes, John 1824-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10164
“Like prongs, like prongs, your bristles rear” 1824-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10162
“When church and crown are tumbled down” 1824-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10163
The Angel’s Song Barnard, E. W. 1825-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10177
The Convict Ship Hervey, Thomas Kibble 1825-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10176
The Death of the First-Born Watts, Alaric Alexander 1825-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10174
The Fallen Star Astronomer Royal of the New Series 1825-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10173
The Poet’s Bridal-Day Song Cunningham, Allan 1825-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10175
To Odoherty, In Answer to “Farewell,” &c Hogg, James 1825-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10184
“Now the year twenty-four is vanish’d and no more” Maginn, William 1825-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10181
“When built on laws, the good old cause” 1825-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10178
Hymn to the Devil Hogg, James 1825-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10197
“If e’er you would be a brave fellow, young man” Hogg, James 1825-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10198
“When the glen all is still, save the stream from the fountain” Riddell, Henry Scott 1825-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10199
Laudes Robinsonianæ 1825-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10216
The Laird o’ Lamington Hogg, James 1825-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10213
The Rainbow Vaughan, Henry 1825-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10284
To the Rainbow Campbell, Thomas 1825-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10282
“When Panurge and his fellows, as Rab’lais will tell us” Maginn, William 1825-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10295
Song Christopher North (pseud.) 1825-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10322
The Brakens Wi’ Me Hogg, James 1825-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10320
The March of Intellect. A New Song Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1825-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10323
Emblems Stebbing, Henry 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10407
Ode to a Steam-Boat Doubleday, Thomas 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10404
Questions and Answers Montgomery, James 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10410
Stanzas for Music Ainsworth, William Harrison 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10411
The Dead Trumpeter Hervey, Thomas Kibble 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10458
The Hebrew Mother Hemans, Felicia 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10405
The Island of Atlantis Croly, George 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10408
The Poet’s Den. A Sketch on the Spot Watts, Alaric Alexander 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10403
The Trumpet Hemans, Felicia 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10406
To the Picture of a Dead Girl, on First Seeing it Hervey, Thomas Kibble 1826-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10409
A Shepherd’s Life 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10440
On the Duke of Buccleuch’s Birth-Day Hogg, James 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10441
Parody on the Exile of Erin Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10445
The Devil’s Walk Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, Southey, Robert 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10427
Verses to the Eagle Mr Ambrose 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10444
Wat O’ Buccleuch Hogg, James 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10442
“For once in sentimental vein” 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10443
“The Rhine! the Rhine!—May on thy flowing river” 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10439
“Though the place that once knew us will know us no more” Master Ambrose 1826-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10435
Address to a Wild Deer Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10446
“Oh! Saint Patrick was a gentleman!” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10449
Meg O’ Marley Hogg, James 1826-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10455
The Great Muckle Village of Balmaquhapple Hogg, James 1826-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10454
A Dirge Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10554
Apology for the Little Naval Temple, on Storrs’ Point, Winandermere Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10551
My Ain Countree Cunningham, Allan 1826-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10557
My Bonny Mary Hogg, James 1826-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10553
The Battle of the Blockheads Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10555
“O weel befa’ the maiden gay” Hogg, James 1826-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10556
“On the bright margin of Italia’s shore” Radcliffe, Ann 1826-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11322
History of the King-Bird Wilson, Alexander 1826-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10561
Loughrigg-Tarn Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10562
Lord Ronald’s Child Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1826-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10571
Tam Nelson Hogg, James 1826-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10584
The Humours of Donnybrook Fair Croker, Thomas Crofton 1826-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10586
The Minister’s Mare 1826-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10601
The Song of the Janissary 1826-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10587
To Lucy Tappan, Henry Philip 1826-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10588
“I lookit east—I lookit west” Hogg, James 1826-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10583
“Oh wad that my time were ower but” Mungo Glen 1826-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10582
“There’s some souls ‘ill yammer and cheep” Hogg, James 1826-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10585
A Father’s Grief Dale, Thomas 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10595
A Lament Opie, Amelia 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10591
Inscription for a Monument at Arroyo, in Molina Southey, Robert 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10597
The Brigand Leader and his Wife. (From a picture by Eastlake) Hemans, Felicia 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10598
The Cliffs of Dover Hemans, Felicia 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10594
The Contadina Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10590
The Contadina. Dictating her Love-Letter Croly, George 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10596
The Enchanted Castle. From a celebrated picture by Claude Lorraine Croly, George 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10593
The Girl in a Florentine Costume. From a picture by H. Howard, Esq. R. A. Watts, Alaric Alexander 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10589
The Old Maid’s Prayer to Diana Tighe, Mary 1826-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10592
Love Hood, Thomas 1827-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10603
Sea Scene Hood, Thomas 1827-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10604
The Last Man Hood, Thomas 1827-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10606
Sing Round About Hawick, &c Hogg, James 1827-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10777
At a Funeral Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10876
Christmas Day Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10858
Easter Day Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10867
Epiphany Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10861
Fifteenth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10872
First Sunday After Epiphany. No. I Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10862
First Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10869
Fourth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10870
Good Friday Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10866
Innocent’s Day Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10860
Second Sunday After Epiphany Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10864
Second Sunday After Epiphany. No. II Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10863
Second Sunday in Advent Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10857
Septuagesima Sunday Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10865
Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10873
Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10874
St Stephan’s Day Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10859
Tenth Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10871
Twenty-Second Sunday After Trinity Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10875
Whitsunday Heber, Reginald 1827-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10868
To the Five Oaks at Dullwitz Körner, Theodore 1828 The Keepsake 2943
“O, mother, tell the laird o’t” Hogg, James 1828-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10759
“Why does the sun shine on me” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1828-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10761
“Write, write, tourist and traveller” Gilfillan, Robert 1828-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10760
The “Living Dog” and the “Dead Lion.” From the Times of Thursday Jan. 10 Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1828-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10766
Good Night and Joy Be Wi’ You A’ 1828-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10844
Lines Written on the Back of The Ode, On the Distant Prospect of a Good Dinner A Lady 1828-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10843
Ode on the Distant Prospect of a Good Dinner 1828-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10842
Whisky Morgan Odoherty (also Mr Odoherty, Ensign Odoherty) (pseud.) 1828-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10841
“In Embro town they made a law” 1828-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10837
“They may rail at the city, where first I was born” 1828-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10840
“I sing of a land that was famous of yore” Hogg, James 1828-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10713
“Let us laugh at the asses, while here at our glasses” 1828-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10712
Song—“John Nicholson’s Daughter” Hogg, James 1828-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10717
The Twa Magicians 1828-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10718
“Dost thou ask what life can be?” 1829 Forget-Me-Not 15594
“Sweet spirit! ne’er did I behold” 1829 Forget-Me-Not 15554
Quartett on King Arthur, Dan, and George 1829-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10520
Song on Mr Peel 1829-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10516
Flash Song Maginn, William 1829-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10524
“Here Judas, with a face where shame” Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1829-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10525
“I hope Mrs Muse” 1829-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10528
“My left is adorn’d by a poet” Maginn, William 1829-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10526
“O, Love’s a bitter thing to bide” Hogg, James 1829-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10527
Canadian Boat-Song—(from the Gaelic) 1829-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10529
“Let them cant about Adam and Eve—frae my saul” Hogg, James 1829-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10530
A Bard’s Address to his Youngest Daughter Hogg, James 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10398
On Receiving a Bunch of Flowers from the Author of “The Excursion” Jewsbury, Geraldine 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10390
Stanzas on Seeing a Recently Erected Monument in the Chapel of Greenwich Hospital Dibdin, Thomas John 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10388
The Anniversary Watts, Alaric Alexander 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10392
The Infant Christ, with Flowers Dale, Thomas 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10399
The Neglected Child Bayly, Thomas Haynes 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10393
The Poet’s Answer, To a Lady’s question, respecting the accomplishments most desirable in an Instructress of Children Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10395
The Sisters of Bethany Jewsbury, Geraldine 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10401
To Mr Lucas. Written while sitting to him for my Portrait. December, 1825 Mitford, Mary Russell 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10396
Verses Inscribed in an Album Jeffrey, Francis 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10389
“A scene such as we picture in our dreams” Pringle, Thomas 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10397
“My baby! my poor little one! thou’st come a winter flower” Southey, Caroline Bowles 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10394
“Palms of glory, raiment bright” Montgomery, James 1829-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10400
St. Feinah’s Tree. A Legend of Loch Neagh 1830 Forget-Me-Not 15120
“He comes from afar” 1830 Forget-Me-Not 15142
A Chant 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10188
Aitchison’s Carbineers 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10182
Angel Help Lamb, Charles 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10156
God Save the King 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10191
Maga at No. 45 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10187
Peter Weeping Waring, Samuel Miller 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10155
The Broadswords of Old Scotland 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10183
The Cowslip Waring, S. 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10147
The God of Nature Waring, Samuel Miller 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10150
To the Magdalen Waring, Samuel Miller 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10154
To the Round-Leaved Sundew Waring, S. 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10145
“Behave yoursell before folk” 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10180
“Frae royal Wull that wears the crown” 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10186
“Peace! peace! swelling trump that repeatest” Waring, Samuel Miller 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10153
“When Bawdrons, wi’ her mousin paw” 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10179
”’Mid scattered foliage, pale and sere” Waring, S. 1830-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10151
“I may not, I dare not wed with thee” 1831 Forget-Me-Not 15765
“The red deer wons i’ the good green wood, browsing ’neath spreading tree” 1831 Forget-Me-Not 15764
Christmas Carol. In Honour of Maga. Sung by the Contributors Macnish, Robert 1831-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10924
King Willie Hogg, James 1831-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10949
The Tri-Color James (pseud.) 1831-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10950
Demos Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10957
The Winter Wild Moir, David Macbeth (pseud. Delta, ∆) 1831-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10959
“Oh! fill the wine-cup high” Williams, Robert Folkstone 1831-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10958
The Gander of Glasgow Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1831-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10975
“O, weel befa’ the maiden gay” Hogg, James 1831-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10974
The Ghost of the Gander Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1831-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10981
The Jacobin Bill Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10980
“Here a foul hulk lies Glasgow’s Gander” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1831-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10982
Song Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11072
“Would you know what a Whig is, and always was” Hogg, James 1831-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11073
“Pray for the soul” Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11079
“Whate’er thy creed may be” Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11078
“Who dares to say” Timothy Tickler (pseud.) 1831-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11077
The Monitors Hogg, James 1831-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11088
High Life in the Eighteenth Century Burdock (Dr.) 1832 Forget-Me-Not 15308
A New Song, to be Sung by All Loyal and True Subjects 1832-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11016
Horatian Version [Epodon VII.] On Meeting the Birmingham Mob, Dec. 1831 Ferguson, Samuel 1832-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11015
Roger Goodfellow. A Song. To be sung to all sorry rascals Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1832-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11012
Stanzas to Music Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1832-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11011
The Forging of the Anchor Ferguson, Samuel 1832-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11014
The Free’d Bird Hemans, Felicia 1832-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11013
A Song of Pitcairn’s Island Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11129
Indian at the Burying-Place of His Fathers Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11127
Song of Marion’s Men Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11131
The African Chief Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11132
The Canny Courtship 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11099
The Disinterred Warrior Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11101
The Hunter’s Serenade Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11130
The Indian Girl’s Lament Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11128
The New Moon Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11133
The Skies Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11134
To a Waterfowl Bryant, William Cullen 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11135
“Haul away, haul away, down helm, I say” 1832-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11100
A Dirge Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11149
Adeline Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11152
Isabel Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11150
Lost Hope Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11139
Love, Pride, and Forgetfulness Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11140
Mariana Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11151
National Song Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11137
Ode to Memory Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11147
Recollections of the Arabian Nights Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11155
Second Song.—To the Same Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11145
Song.—The Owl Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11144
Sonnet Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11141
The Ballad of Oriana Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11154
The Deserted House Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11148
The Kraken Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11146
The Poet’s Mind Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11142
The Sleeping Beauty Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11153
The Wrecked Mariner Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11136
The “How” and the “Why” ? Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11143
We are Free Tennyson, Alfred 1832-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11138
Seathewaite Castle Daniel, Samuel 1832-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11159
The Old Man’s Sigh. A Sonnet Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1832-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11163
Ulpha Kirk Daniel, Samuel 1832-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11160
Farewell to Italy Griffin, Edmund D. 1832-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11183
Angler’s Tent 1832-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11187
Love No Longer Thrills My Soul 1832-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11188
Wastwater in a Calm Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1832-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11186
Wastwater in a Storm Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1832-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11185
A New Song for the Electors of the County of Mid-Lothian 1832-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11215
Abercrombie Came Down Like a Wolf on the Fold 1832-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11216
Here’s a Health to Aytoun 1832-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11219
Schedule A! Schedule A! 1832-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11214
The Clerk of the Pipe 1832-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11217
The Unequal Conference and the Vex’d Debate 1832-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11220
Whar Ha’e Ye Been a’ Day 1832-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11218
Aytoun, Our Dear Union Laddie 1832-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11235
There Were Times, My Lord Jeffrey, Between You and Me 1832-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11234
On a Redbreast Coming Into My Cottage, December, 1810 Forrest, James 1832-12-22 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3020
The Wee Raggit Laddie Ballantine, James 1832-12-22 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3021
Hymn for the Czar Scott, Walter 1832-12-29 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3023
Song 1833 Forget-Me-Not 15273
“Ob all da sarcy Condord’s crew” 1833 Forget-Me-Not 15272
The Moorish Maid of Granada 1833-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11353
Echo and Silence Eagles, John 1833-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11379
The Fairy Eagles, John 1833-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11377
The Fairy’s Reply Eagles, John 1833-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11378
“Seek thou not the royal hall” 1834 Forget-Me-Not 15763
The Poet’s Bower 1834-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11906
“Get thee gone, Old Year!” 1835 Forget-Me-Not 15256
“My lost William—thou in whom” Shelley, Percy Bysshe 1835 Forget-Me-Not 15257
“Sleeping in lily bells all the hot day” 1835 Forget-Me-Not 15255
“Queen and Huntress, chaste and fair” Jonson, Ben 1835-01-03 The Penny Magazine 15872
An Occasional Prologue Raymond, G. 1835-03-25 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3327
The Garden Marvell, Andrew 1835-04-11 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3324
Yarrow Revisited Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1835-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11655
Song.—The Taking of the Salmon Stoddart, Thomas Tod 1835-05-16 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3330
The Old and Young Courtier 1835-05-30 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3331
Oh, Waly, Waly 1835-09-19 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3344
Tak Your Auld Cloak About Ye 1835-09-19 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3345
My Peggy Is A Young Thing Ramsay, Allan 1835-10-10 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3350
The Hand-Maiden’s Lament 1836 Forget-Me-Not 15323
“Hear us, loved Athena, hear!” 1836 Forget-Me-Not 15311
“Know’st thou the land which lovers ought to choose?” Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1836 Forget-Me-Not 15331
Braid Claith Fergusson, Robert 1836-05-21 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3414
Culloden Grieve, John 1836-06-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3417
Prelude to Hymn on Providence Da Costa, Isaac 1836-10-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3429
Summer Morning’s Song Tollens, Hendrik 1836-10-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3427
The Nightingale Loots, Cornelis 1836-10-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3428
“As the violet loveth the welcome shade” 1837 Forget-Me-Not 15871
A Thanksgiving For His House Herrick, Robert 1837-02-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3450
To Corinna, To go a-Maying Herrick, Robert 1837-02-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3449
To Primroses, Filled with Morning Dew Herrick, Robert 1837-02-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3447
Sonnet to ___, In Her Seventieth Year Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1837-03-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3457
The Primrose of the Rock Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1837-03-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3458
Scorn Not the Least Southwell, Robert 1837-03-25 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3468
A Christmas Hymn Domett, Alfred 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14148
A Picture (In the Dark Monastic Ages) Eagles, John 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14151
Ah! Thyrsis, weep no more: though both thine eyes Theocritus 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14131
Barley Wood Thompson, Henry 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14147
Bion’s Third Idyll Bion of Smyrna 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14138
Chryto and Thespis 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14140
Cowslip Green Thompson, Henry 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14146
Eros and Fowler Bion of Smyrna 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14135
Hymn to Mars Homer 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14142
Hymn to Venus Homer 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14141
Meleager on Spring Meleager 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14129
O, mortal, heed thy life, nor quit the port Theocritus 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14134
Sappho H. K. (poet; Blackwood’s) 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14107
Song for a Family Party, to be sung by “All who’ve known each other long” Domett, Alfred 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14144
Summer Evening in Herts. (Composed Many Seasons Ago) Eagles, John 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14149
The Honey Stealer Theocritus 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14136
The Honey Stealer Theocritus 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14137
The Portrait Lowe, Helen 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14145
The son of Pæon to Miletus came Theocritus 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14132
The Syracusan Orthon warns you this Theocritus 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14133
To an Evening Cloud Raining in the Distance Eagles, John 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14150
“Come, by the nymphs, I pr’ythee play” Theocritus 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14130
“Ride on, thy peerless beauty! frank and free” J. A. (Blackwood’s) 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14109
“When Love to fly once took occasion” Moschus 1837-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14139
Sweet Lavender Strickland, Agnes 1837-04-01 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3471
The Country Dog in Town Strickland, Agnes 1837-04-01 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3472
The Girl and the Blossoms. (From the Italian of Rossi) Rossi, Giacomo 1837-04-01 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3473
Blind Mother and Daughter Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1837-04-29 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3479
The Carrier Dove of Athens Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1837-04-29 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3480
Louis the Eleventh Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1837-07-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3491
The Hearty Old Man Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1837-07-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3490
The Young Maid and the Flower de Chateaubriand, François-René 1837-07-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3492
Ode to A Nightingale Keats, John 1837-08-19 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3498
To The Cuckoo Bruce, Michael 1837-09-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3506
A View in the Island of Tanna Hawkey, Charlotte 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14627
A Wail for Dædalus 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14640
Alfred the Harper Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14665
Earth and Heaven Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14641
Enquiry Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14652
Faith and Friendship Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14642
Faith in Peril Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14661
Fancy in a Stage-Coach. Written Among the Alleghanies, 1834. Addressed to—Whomever the Reader Likes Best Domett, Alfred 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14636
Forest Beauties. Written in Recollection of a Sojourn in the Backwoods of Upper Canada, in the Winter of 1833 and 1834 Domett, Alfred 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14635
Good and Ill Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14648
Hope and Faith Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14655
Hope and Memory Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14666
I. (“Mute is the Minstrel’s wonder-moving shell!”) Chapman, Matthew James 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14620
II. (“Hush’d is the Shepherd’s voice that often woke”) Chapman, Matthew James 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14621
III. (“Look how from yonder Mountain’s rocky urns”) Chapman, Matthew James 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14622
IV. (“When England’s Morning Star of song was set”) Chapman, Matthew James 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14623
Joy in Evil Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14658
Life Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14647
Light and Darkness Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14643
Nature and God Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14660
Nature Inevitable Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14663
On Troy Agathias Scholasticus 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14633
One Life in All Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14656
Plants and Men Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14653
Remorse Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14664
Something and Nothing Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14651
Song of Silenus J. A. of Wadham College, Oxford 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14630
Sonnets Written Among the Mountain Scenery of Cumberland Hamilton, Richard Winter 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14626
Substance and Shadow Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14650
The Ages 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14639
The Dearest 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14638
The Flower and Star Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14657
The Future Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14649
The Goat and the Vine Leonidas of Tarentum 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14632
The Martyr-Student J. T. C. of Brazen-nose 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14629
The Moss-Rose 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14637
The Pains of Knowledge Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14654
This World Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14644
Thought and Deed Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14645
Thought and Love Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14662
Thoughts of Youth and Manhood Orielensis 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14634
Time and Eternity Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14646
V. (“It is a glorious thing to feel secure”) Chapman, Matthew James 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14624
VI. (“Lamented Youth! so frank and brave! so young”) Chapman, Matthew James 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14625
Where to Look Sterling, John 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14659
“Ay—’tis a goodly sight—those verdant bays” Thyillus 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14631
A Book Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14338
An Epitaph Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14302
Apes and Eagles Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14342
Atlas and Jove Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14346
Calm and Storm Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14354
Cant Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14341
Cares and Days Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14313
Dreaming and Waking Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14299
Earth and Air Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14311
Eleven Triads Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14356
Eyes and Stars Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14335
Ixion and the Centaurs Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14310
Joan D’Arc Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14364
Leaves and Seed Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14314
Louis XV. Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14362
Mirabeau Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14363
Night and Dawn Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14336
On Reading a Newspaper Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14307
Pompeii Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14352
Prose and Song Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14297
Sceptics and Spectres Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14337
Seeing and Doing Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14347
Smiles Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14355
Steam Land Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14345
The Astronomer Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14350
The Beggar Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14317
The Cloud Embracer and the Cloud Compeller Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 15916
The Desert’s Use Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14351
The Destroyers Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14343
The Dreams of Ocean Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14334
The Happy Hour Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14305
The Hunter Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14358
The Husbandman Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14316
The Husbandman Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14357
The Lady of the Castle Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14361
The Mariners Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14359
The Oak of Judah Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14339
The Part and the Whole Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14348
The Penitent Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14304
The Poet Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14300
The Poet’s Home Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14303
The Power of Words Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14344
The Rose and the Gauntlet Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14360
The Round of the Wheel Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14353
The Rule of Action Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14340
The Shafts of Song Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14298
The Silkless Worm Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14349
The Solitary Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14318
The Spice Tree Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14309
The Spinner Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14315
The Tomb of Simonides Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14301
The Two Mirrors Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14308
The Two Oceans Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14312
The Worth of Life Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14319
To a Child Sterling, John 1837-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14306
The Cataract of Lodore Southey, Robert 1837-11-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3510
Earl Walter’s Daughter 1838 Forget-Me-Not 15793
The Comet Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1838-02-10 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3524
The Convoy of David Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1838-02-10 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3522
The Tax-Gatherer Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1838-02-10 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3523
Parish Sick and Parish Doctor Eagles, John 1838-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14371
The Poor Man’s Burial Eagles, John 1838-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14373
The Ruined Mother Eagles, John 1838-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14370
The Union Workhouse Eagles, John 1838-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14372
The Wife’s Remonstrance Eagles, John 1838-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14369
An Hour in the Mountains Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14725
Art and Conscience Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14707
Cassandra 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14692
Christ and Mahommed Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14720
Coleridge Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14733
Delicate Sensibility Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14710
Delos Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14699
Drink and Think Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14724
I. (“There are some hearts that never do grow old”) Chapman, Matthew James 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14728
II. (“Poor stricken deer! for whom the world had not”) Chapman, Matthew James 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14729
III. (“Not seld of yore, ’tis said, Calabrian eyes”) Chapman, Matthew James 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14730
Inward Gratitude Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14695
Milo’s Destiny Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14715
Off Ushant Simmons, Bartholomew 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14693
Pearls and Bubbles Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14705
Sacred Sudorifics Catholicus Sudans 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14667
Scorn and Repentance Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14703
Self and Selfishness Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14716
Shakspeare Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14732
Sin and Reason Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14701
Smoke and Cloud Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14700
Snuffers Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14712
Stars Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14704
Statues Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14694
The Earthen Lamp Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14708
The Funeral Torch Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14698
The Hermit’s Lamp Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14697
The Human Couplet Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14709
The Lady Jane Grey Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14731
The Locked Gate Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14706
The Magic Lantern Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14714
The Ring of Polycrates Schiller, Friedrich 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14691
The Scytheman Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14711
The Shadow Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14722
The Song of Eve to Cain Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14726
The Torch Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14723
The Voyage of Earth Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14696
The Well of Truth Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14713
The World and the Dewdrop Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14718
The World and the Pebble Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14717
The Wounds of Life Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14719
To a Lady Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14721
To-Day and To-Morrow Sterling, John 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14702
Wee Willie 1838-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 14727
The Fly Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1838-05-05 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3534
The Guardian Angel Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1838-05-05 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3533
Dutch Anthem Tollens, Hendrik 1838-10-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3639
Farewell to Life Körner, Theodore 1838-10-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3641
The Lyre and Sword Körner, Theodore 1838-10-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3644
The Sword Song Körner, Theodore 1838-10-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3643
The Pilgrims and The Peas Wolcot, John 1838-12-08 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3653
The Razors Wolcot, John 1838-12-08 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3651
“The hundred halls of Lord Lafeu” 1839 Forget-Me-Not 15362
The Birds Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1839-03-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3716
The Old Minstrel Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1839-03-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3718
The Prisoner’s Fire Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1839-03-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3717
Adieus of Queen Mary Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1839-10-12 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3748
Lament of Mary Queen of Scots, On the Eve of a New Year Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1839-10-12 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3750
The Quern-Lilt Jamieson, Robert 1839-10-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3752
The Dey’s Song Jamieson, Robert 1839-10-26 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3753
Happy Frailty Watts, Isaac 1839-11-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3755
The Ant or Emmet Watts, Isaac 1839-11-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3756
The Rose Watts, Isaac 1839-11-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 3757
A Vision of Combs. Addressed to the “Forget Me Not” Swain, Charles 1840 Forget-Me-Not 15163
Spike Island. A Legend 1840 Forget-Me-Not 15169
Trips of the Lily of Bonchurch White, James 1840-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11438
The Battle Croly, George 1840-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11460
Beranger to His Old Coat Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1840-04-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4387
The Prisoner of War Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1840-04-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4385
The Recollections of the People Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1840-04-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4384
The Wild-Fires Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1840-04-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4386
The Hero Nicoll, Robert 1840-05-02 The Chartist Circular 30
Experience Morris, Charles 1840-05-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4394
The Bard’s Speculation Morris, Charles 1840-05-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4396
The Power of Love Morris, Charles 1840-05-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4395
Aileen’s Song 1840-07-11 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4403
The Harper’s Song 1840-07-11 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4404
Ode on the First of May Buchanan, George 1840-07-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4408
To Neæra Buchanan, George 1840-07-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 4406
Baden-Baden Croly, George 1840-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11307
The Broken Violin Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1840-10-10 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5226
The Song of the Cossack Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1840-10-10 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5225
The Swallows Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1840-10-10 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5227
A Widow’s Wail Hogg, James 1840-10-17 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5229
Bonny Mary Hogg, James 1840-10-17 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5228
Father’s Lament Hogg, James 1840-10-17 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5230
“Oh, my lassie, our joy to complete again” Hogg, James 1840-10-17 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 12307
Duty and Pleasure Piozzi, Hester Lynch Thrale 1840-10-31 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5232
Beacoup D’Amour Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1840-11-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5237
Serenade De Vigny, Alfred 1840-11-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5236
The Charms of the Fatherland de Beauharnais, Hortense 1840-11-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5238
To The Nightingale de Lamartine, Alphonse 1840-11-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5235
The Drunken Sea 1840-11-28 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5240
Ode to Blindness Rushton, Edward 1840-12-26 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5244
The Cock and the Fox—A Fable Habert, François 1841-09-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5277
To My Flute Thom, William 1841-12-25 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5302
“Ever should the damosel” 1842 Forget-Me-Not 15766
Genevieve Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1842-03-19 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5324
Song on April Belleau, Rémy 1842-04-09 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5320
Thoughts of Heaven Nicoll, Robert 1842-06-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5328
The Angel and The Child Reboul, Jean 1842-07-09 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5332
The Castle of the Mendicant Reboul, Jean 1842-07-09 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5333
The Mitherless Bairn Thom, William 1842-07-09 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5334
The Soul of Books Bulwer-Lytton, Edward 1842-07-30 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5337
To A Withered Tree in June Bulwer-Lytton, Edward 1842-07-30 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5338
Elegy on the Sparrow Catullus, Gaius Valerius 1842-08-06 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5340
To Lesbia’s Sparrow Catullus, Gaius Valerius 1842-08-06 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5339
Auld Robin Forbes Blamire, Susanna 1842-08-13 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5342
The Nabob Blamire, Susanna 1842-08-13 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5341
All Things Perish Save Virtue Powell, Thomas 1842-12-03 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5357
Bonnie Lady Ann Cunningham, Allan 1842-12-24 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5360
Hame, Hame, Hame Cunningham, Allan 1842-12-24 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5361
The Town Child and the Country Child Cunningham, Allan 1842-12-24 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5362
“There sits by yonder stream” 1843 Forget-Me-Not 15415
Farewell to the Reader Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9962
Hymn to Joy Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9951
Resignation Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9954
The Commencement of the New Century Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9960
The Conflict Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9953
The Gods of Greece Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9955
The Invincible Armada Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9952
The Meeting Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9956
The Minstrels of Old Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9961
The Puppet-Show of Life Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9959
To a Young Friend Devoting Himself to Philosophy Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9958
To Emma Schiller, Friedrich 1843-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9957
Ode to the Cuckoo 1843-12-09 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5395
The Tombstone Crosland, Camilla (née Toulmin) 1844-01-13 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5401
The Death and Burial of Malbrough 1844-01-20 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5402
Spring—A New Version Hood, Thomas 1844-01-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5405
“No!” Hood, Thomas 1844-01-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5404
Southey’s Epitaph Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1844-02-03 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5406
The Lounger (Le Flaneur) Menètrier, Casimir 1844-03-09 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5411
A Cameronian Dream Hislop, James 1844-03-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5413
Imitation of a Passage in Tasso’s Amynta Tasso, Torquato 1844-03-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5414
The Gascon Charrin, Pierre-Joseph 1844-03-30 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5415
Jean de Nivelle 1844-06-08 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5453
First Love Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10651
Introduction Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10649
Mignon Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10658
Second Life Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10653
The Bride of Corinth Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10650
The Doleful Lay of the Noble Wife of Asan Aga Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10665
The Erl King Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10655
The Fisher Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10660
The Minstrel Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10663
The Violet Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10664
Who’ll Buy a Cupid? Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10652
Humorous Dialogue Between Brothers of the Charter House 1844-07-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5459
Portraits À La Mode Favart, Charles Simon 1844-08-17 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5463
The Ring and the Fish 1844-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10754
A Night Thought Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10725
Cupid as a Landscape Painter Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10685
New Love, New Life Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10734
Philine’s Song Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10696
Prometheus Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10726
Separation Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10735
The Artist’s Morning Song Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10688
The Castle on the Mountain Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10695
The God and the Bayaderé. An Indian Legend Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10691
The Magician’s Apprentice Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10736
The Treasure-Seeker Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10693
The Wild Rose Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10724
To My Mistress Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1844-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10697
The Battle of Corrymuckloch 1844-10-19 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5471
Bertha in the Lane Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1844-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10750
Comfort Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1844-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10745
Discontent Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1844-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10741
Futurity Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1844-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10743
Patience Taught by Nature Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1844-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10746
The Cry of the Human Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1844-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10748
The Meaning of the Look Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1844-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10744
The Romance of the Swan’s Nest Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1844-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10749
“Where is she now? Are her small feet” 1845 Forget-Me-Not 15835
A Calm at Sea Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10919
A New Love Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10943
Anacreon’s Grave Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10926
Comfort in Tears Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10914
Evening Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10918
Exculpation Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10940
Holy Family Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10939
Love’s Hour-Glass Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10928
Marriage Unequal Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10938
Perfect Bliss Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10931
Philomela Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10934
Phœbus and Hermes Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10942
Retribution Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10923
Sacred Ground Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10935
Solitude Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10930
Sorrow Without Consolation Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10913
The Breeze Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10921
The Brothers Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10927
The Cavalier’s Choice Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10922
The Chosen Rock Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10932
The Dance of Death Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10910
The Death Trance Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10933
The Fairest Flower. The Lay of the Captive Earl Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10912
The Husbandman Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10925
The King in Thule Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10909
The Muse’s Mirror Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10941
The Park Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10936
The Swiss Alp Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10945
The Teachers Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10937
The Water-Man Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10908
The Wreaths Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10944
To a Golden Heart Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10915
Warning Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10929
Welcome and Departure Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1845-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10916
On Getting Home the Portrait of a Female Child, Six Years Old, Painted by Eugenio Latilla Campbell, Thomas 1845-02-08 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5804
The Harp Riddell, Henry Scott 1845-02-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5805
Freedom and Right Freiligrath, Ferdinand 1845-02-22 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5807
Song on Curling Watson, Walter 1845-02-22 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5806
Yarra Lewis, Matthew 1845-03-01 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5808
May It Last 1845-05-17 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5821
Thoughts of A Mother 1845-05-17 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5823
Caucasus Pushkin, Alexander 1845-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10994
October 19, 1825 Pushkin, Alexander 1845-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10992
The Black Shawl Pushkin, Alexander 1845-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10996
The Mob Pushkin, Alexander 1845-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10995
The Rose Pushkin, Alexander 1845-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10997
The Storm Pushkin, Alexander 1845-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10998
To *** Pushkin, Alexander 1845-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10993
Echo Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11002
Motion Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11025
Presentiment Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11027
Remembrance Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11004
The Feast of Peter the First Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11000
The Lay of the Wise Olég Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11003
The Madonna Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11028
To the Slanderers of Russia Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11026
“Alas for Her! Why is She Shining?” Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10999
“I Have Outlived the Hopes That Charm’d Me” Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11024
“Town of Starving, Town of Splendour!” Pushkin, Alexander 1845-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11001
The Death of Pan Mackay, Charles 1845-10-11 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5842
“Donec gratus eram tibi” Horace 1846-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11052
“Vixi puellis nuper idoneus” Horace 1846-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11051
London Bridge Croly, George 1846-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11095
Song for the Million Croly, George 1846-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11096
The Tunnel Croly, George 1846-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 11097
The Isle of Dogs Croly, George 1847-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10903
The Song of the Mail-Coachman 1847-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10904
The Art of Book-Keeping 1847-03-13 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5907
The Cardinal’s Voyage Croly, George 1847-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10971
The Royal Arsenal 1847-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10969
The Vision 1847-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10968
True Love 1847-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10970
To the Lace-Winged Fly 1847-04-17 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5914
The Old Vagrant Beranger, Pierre-Jean de 1847-05-08 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5918
Phormio’s Victory In the Corinthian Gulf 1847-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10733
Better than Beauty Swain, Charles 1848-02-26 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5957
Mortality Swain, Charles 1848-02-26 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5958
Above and Below Mackay, Charles 1848-03-11 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5960
I Ken a Fair Wee Flower Maclagan, Alexander 1848-07-22 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5979
The Evil E’e Maclagan, Alexander 1848-07-22 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 5978
Advice to a Painter Anacreon 1849-06-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6021
“A friend returned! spring bursting forth again!” Wilson, John (pseud. Christopher North) 1849-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10385
Watch Chant at Chur 1849-09-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6042
Stanzas on — Symington, Andrew James 1849-10-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6041
“Hail, happy Dalkey! Queen of isles” Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1850-09-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6088
The Changeling Lowell, James Russell 1851-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9123
The Lapse of Time Bryant, William Cullen 1851-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9736
The Treadmill Song Holmes, Oliver Wendell 1851-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9737
“There sits a lovely maiden” Uhland, Johann Ludwig 1851-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9113
“The splendour falls on castle walls” Tennyson, Alfred 1852-06-26 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6175
“Ballad for the Cambridge Election” Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1853-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9203
“The Insurrection of the Papers” Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) 1853-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9204
“Crafts in Danger” 1853-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9205
Secret Sorrow Dayka, Gábor 1854-03-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6227
The Cottager’s Song Dayka, Gábor 1854-03-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6216
Song of the Workmen Dupont, Pierre 1854-05-06 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6234
The Day of the Dead (Le Jour des Morts) Dupont, Pierre 1854-05-06 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6217
No. I.—The Ganges Dutt, Shoshee Chunder 1854-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9287
No. II.—Gour Dutt, Govin Chunder 1854-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9288
No. III.—Lines Written on the Fly-Leaf of My Bible Dutt, Govin Chunder 1854-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9289
Chaucer’s Dream of the Crystal Palace Chaucer, Geoffrey 1854-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9296
A Mountain Idyl 1854-09-09 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6255
A Dirge Webster, John 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6236
A “Sad Song” Fletcher, John, Beaumont, Francis 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6265
Bridal Song Ford, John 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6239
Cupid and Campaspe Lyly, John 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6253
Jealousy Davenant, William 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6251
Love for Love Sheridan, Richard Brinsley 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6250
Love’s Hue-and-Cry Shirley, James 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6246
Melancholy Beaumont, Francis, Fletcher, John 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6266
The Death-Bell Heywood, Thomas 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6238
The Grace of Simplicity Jonson, Ben 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6259
The Pursuit of Love Webster, John, Rowley, William 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6237
The Work-Girl’s Song Udall, Nicholas 1854-09-23 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6244
The Light of the Stars Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth 1854-11-11 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6261
The Two Locks of Hair Pfizer, Gustav 1854-11-11 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6249
Song Kingsley, Charles 1855-06-16 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6285
The Day of the Lord Kingsley, Charles 1855-06-16 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6269
The Three Fishermen Kingsley, Charles 1855-06-16 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6274
The Boulden Brothers 1855-09-22 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 7718
The Fatal Shot 1855-09-22 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 7719
The Artists 1856-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9304
The Midges Swayne, Margaret Sarah 1856-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9303
Going Out and Coming In Craig (Knox), Isa 1856-04-12 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6295
The Ae Lamb o’ the Fauld Craig (Knox), Isa 1856-04-12 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6294
The Blind Bairn Craig (Knox), Isa 1856-04-12 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6296
Naebody’s Bairn Ballantine, James 1856-05-31 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6300
Old Age’s Garland Ballantine, James 1856-05-31 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6302
The Faither’s Knee Ballantine, James 1856-05-31 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6303
The Gray Hill Plaid Ballantine, James 1856-05-31 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6304
Wife, Come Hame Ballantine, James 1856-05-31 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6301
Bergstimme Heine, Heinrich 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9311
Dirge Eastman, Charles G. 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9791
Frühzeitiger Frühling Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9363
Isabel Eastman, Charles G. 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9305
Morning Hymn 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9309
Scene in a Vermont Winter Eastman, Charles G. 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9792
The Weeping Lady Barnes, William 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9794
The Woodlands Barnes, William 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9793
Trinklied Rochlitz, Friedrich 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9315
Vanitas! Vanitatum Vanitas! Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9312
“Ah! if thou wert mine own, love” Heine, Heinrich 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9365
“Cable and shroud! the blast howls loud” Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9369
“Forth rushes the water” 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9358
“From the mountain to the champlaign” Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9307
“Gently the mellow moonlight stream’d” 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9364
“How lordly smileth” Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9362
“I scarcely hoped again to see” 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9368
“If thou wilt ease thine heart” Beddoes, Thomas Lovell 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9306
“In blue waving mists and in the deep snow” Wilson, Andrew 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9367
“Life from each star above is beaming” Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9313
“Lovely eyes in loved ones gazing” Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9359
“Nation on Nation, Man upon Man” Wilson, Andrew 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9370
“Oh, come to me when through the night” 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9366
“Since ‘tis clear I only can” 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9371
“Sing not in that strain so dulful” Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9360
“Through the woods storm-tost” 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9356
“Vainly, alas! I dream’d that yet” 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9310
“We three archers be” 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9308
“When daffodils begin to peer” Shakespeare, William 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9361
“Who never eat with tears their bread” Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1856-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9357
On Bill Sykes. (After Anacreon) Swayne, George Carless 1857-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9459
A Scotch Health to K. J. Hearne, Thomas 1857-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9797
Acrostique Upon Old Lord Wharton Hearne, Thomas 1857-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9796
On the Tack Hearne, Thomas 1857-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9461
Verses on the New Promotions Hearne, Thomas 1857-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9462
Tears van Streek (née Brinkman) 1858-02-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6437
The Watchman Kleyn, Adelaide 1858-02-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6433
To the Brother of Sleep Rijfkogel, Albertine 1858-02-27 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6438
Kemp Owain 1858-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9488
The Volunteers’ Song 1860-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7746
Lines in Answers to a Poem entitled “Spring,” signed “Pauper,” in the Athenaeum Hood, Thomas 1860-04-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6744
The Chess-Board Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1860-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 7788
The Cavaliers’ March to London Macaulay, Thomas Babington 1860-08-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6733
The Indian Summer 1860-08-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6742
The Barrin’ o’ the Door 1861-03 Macmillan’s Magazine 14772
“My daddie is a caukert carle” Carnegie, James 1861-03 Macmillan’s Magazine 14777
“O, Waly, Waly, up the bank” 1861-03 Macmillan’s Magazine 14776
“There was anes a may, and she loo’d na men” Baillie, Grisell (Grizel) 1861-03 Macmillan’s Magazine 14778
The Wild-Swan Browne, Frances 1861-05-04 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6589
A Conjugal Dispute Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1861-05-25 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6593
When the Night and Morning Meet Greenwell, Dora 1861-10-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15870
Love’s Farewell Drayton, Michael 1861-12-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6621
On A Girdle Waller, Edmund 1861-12-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6622
Present in Absence Donne, John 1861-12-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6623
To-morrow Collins, John (1742-1808) 1861-12-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6624
Brown William 1862-01-04 Once a Week 870
Mollie Charane 1862-01-04 Once a Week 11669
The Best Thing in the World Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1862-05-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15852
Up-Hill Rossetti, Christina G. 1862-05-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15853
“A Bruised Reed Shall He Not Break” Rossetti, Christina G. 1862-05-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15854
Godiva. Inscribed to John Hunter Hunt, Leigh 1862-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14010
The Inevitable Hunt, Leigh 1862-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14012
Derby Prophecy Rhyming Richard 1862-07-19 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6656
“The echo of the wailing farther West” Baty, Thomas Jack 1862-07-26 Once a Week 910
“I’m happy as the sunshine” 1862-11-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15850
Resolution Uhland, Johann Ludwig 1863-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9667
The Boat Uhland, Johann Ludwig 1863-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9664
The Ferry Uhland, Johann Ludwig 1863-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9665
The Goldsmith’s Daughter Uhland, Johann Ludwig 1863-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9663
The Landlady’s Daughter Uhland, Johann Ludwig 1863-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9662
The Singer’s Curse Uhland, Johann Ludwig 1863-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9668
The Sunken Crown Uhland, Johann Ludwig 1863-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9666
I Went to Look for Roses Smedley, Menella Bute 1863-07-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15857
Love in Sorrow Smedley, Menella Bute 1863-07-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15856
The High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire, 1571 Ingelow, Jean 1863-09-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15863
Ode to Calcutta Trevelyan, George Otto 1863-12 Macmillan’s Magazine 15055
Light at Evening Time Law, Isabella 1863-12-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15864
Little Things Law, Isabella 1863-12-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15865
To A. A. P. Law, Isabella 1863-12-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15866
Now Procter, Adelaide Anne 1864-03-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15867
Longing for Spring Wills, Ruth 1864-07-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15869
Without and Within Wills, Ruth 1864-07-01 The English Woman’s Journal 15868
German Honour and German Earth Groth, Klaus 1864-09 Macmillan’s Magazine 14851
My John Groth, Klaus 1864-09 Macmillan’s Magazine 14852
Old Büsum 1864-09 Macmillan’s Magazine 14853
Vineta Müller, Wilhelm 1864-09 Macmillan’s Magazine 14854
The Pilgrim of the Desert Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1865-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9683
The True Joy-Giver Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1865-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9684
Auld Robin Gray Barnard, Anne (née Lindsay) 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14886
By the Sea with a Child Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14878
Distant Sound of the Sea at Evening Hemans, Felicia 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14877
Loss of the Royal George Cowper, William 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14885
The Graves of Household Hemans, Felicia 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14879
The Maid of Neidpath Scott, Walter 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14876
To a Young Lady Cowper, William 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14884
To Caroline Hemans, Felicia 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14883
To the Skylark Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14882
Troubadour Song Hemans, Felicia 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14875
“Home they brought her warrior dead” Tennyson, Alfred 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14880
“Oh! Skylark, for thy wing!” Hemans, Felicia 1865-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14881
Recollection Leopardi, Giacomo 1865-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9741
The Quiet After the Storm Leopardi, Giacomo 1865-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9744
The Village Saturday Leopardi, Giacomo 1865-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9743
To Myself Leopardi, Giacomo 1865-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9740
To Silvia Leopardi, Giacomo 1865-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9742
“Once I was young, and fancy was my all” Coleridge, Hartley 1865-11 Macmillan’s Magazine 14785
“Whither is gone the wisdom and the power” Coleridge, Hartley 1865-11 Macmillan’s Magazine 14789
“Youth, thou art fled,—but where are all the charms” Coleridge, Hartley 1865-11 Macmillan’s Magazine 14786
Tears, Idle Tears Tennyson, Alfred 1866-11 Macmillan’s Magazine 14794
A Dream Smith, Alexander 1867-02 Macmillan’s Magazine 14795
Barbara Smith, Alexander 1867-02 Macmillan’s Magazine 14796
Down the Clyde Smith, Alexander 1867-02 Macmillan’s Magazine 14797
“Between March and April” 1867-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14798
“I says, says I, to Mrs. Gamp, on Tuesday last I says” Brown (Mrs. Brown) 1867-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14799
Epode II. Alfius.—The Charms of Rural Life Horace 1868-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10429
Epode X. On Mævius Setting Out On A Voyage Horace 1868-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10431
Epode XVI. To The Roman People (or Rather to His Own Political Friends) Horace 1868-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10432
Ode IV. In Praise of Drusus and the Race of Neros Horace 1868-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10422
Ode VII. To Torquatus Horace 1868-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10423
Ode XIV. To Augustus, After the Victories of Tiberius Horace 1868-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10425
Ode XV. To Augustus on the Restoration of Peace Horace 1868-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10428
“If it be but a dream or a vision” Algernon Charles Swinburne (allonym) 1869-01-16 Once a Week 13683
A Girl’s a Girl for a’ That 1869-05-01 Once a Week 13704
Strangers Now 1869-05-01 Once a Week 13703
As They Passed Massey, Gerald 1869-10-01 Good Words 12358
Bonny Balcairn 1869-12-11 All the Year Round 14905
Ye Penitential Duster. (Ye tune yt goeth to S. Betsye Bakere) 1870-04-02 Once a Week 13595
AD M. Majum Weston, Elizabeth Joanna 1870-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 15917
Latin Inscription by M. Von Baldhoven, Under the Portrait of E. J. W. von Baldhoven, Martin 1870-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14855
To Marg. Baldhoven, Etc. Lately Married Weston, Elizabeth Joanna 1870-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14856
A Voice From Afar Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10488
Corcyra Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10489
David and Jonathan Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10492
Desolation Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10495
Memory Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10490
Our Future Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10493
Progress of Unbelief Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10487
Rest Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10496
Reverses Newman, John Henry 1870-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10491
Nursery Reminiscences Barham, Richard Harris 1871-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10373
Molly Astore 1872-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14800
The Downfall of Garibaldi 1872-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14803
The Green Hills of Holy Old Ireland 1872-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14802
“You lovers all of manly art and self-defence, attend” 1872-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14804
Young Randal Chambers, Robert 1872-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10303
Crustaceans in Custody Oppian 1872-08-31 Once a Week 14056
The Annuitant’s Answer Chambers, Robert 1873-01-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6899
Dr Robert Chambers’s Farewell Chambers, William 1873-03-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6907
“Hadst thou my death” Manzoni, Alessandro 1873-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14805
“Loose dishevelled tresses, thrown” Manzoni, Alessandro 1873-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14806
A Briton’s Thought on the Subjugation of Switzerland Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1873-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14811
A Complaint Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1873-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14812
It is not to be Thought of Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1873-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14808
London 1802 Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1873-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14810
The World Is Too Much With Us Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1873-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14807
To a Painter Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1873-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14813
To the Men of Kent Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1873-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14809
A Legend Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1874-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10211
The Blue Mountains; or the Far Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1874-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10207
The Thistle Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1874-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10208
Who’s in the Right Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1874-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 10196
“If thou drinkest wine, pour a draught on the ground” Hafez 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14814
The Irwell 1874-11-14 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 7903
Das Göttliche Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1875-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9790
Canzone VI. (In Morte di M. Laura) Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9765
Sonnet 10 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9767
Sonnet 11 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9775
Sonnet 12 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9774
Sonnet 31 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9771
Sonnet 32 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9768
Sonnet 43 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9772
Sonnet 45 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9777
Sonnet 59 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9769
Sonnet 6 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9766
Sonnet 66 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9770
Sonnet 83 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9778
Sonnet 85 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9779
Sonnet 87 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9776
Sonnet 89 Petrarch 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9773
“O blest is he, from business free” Horace 1875-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9762
A Complaint Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1875-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9784
“Why art thou silent? Is thy love a plant” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1875-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9783
“Then come in turn the many cares of day” de Lamartine, Alphonse 1876-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9751
Faith Scott, William Bell 1876-03 Macmillan’s Magazine 14550
Grand Impromptu Poem on Henry King Spark, Esquire, of Skirsgill Park, Penrith Close, John (pseud. Poet Close) 1876-07-29 Once a Week 13660
Song of the Irwell 1877-08-18 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6895
The Lost Rune Morley, Henry 1877-11 The Nineteenth Century 7854
Duffers Yet Two “Long Spoons” (Chambers’s) 1877-11-10 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6889
Love Sonnet Davidson, Thomas 1878-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9541
Love’s Last Suit Davidson, Thomas 1878-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9539
Nightfall De Vere, Aubrey 1878-02 The Nineteenth Century 7856
The Auld Ash Tree Davidson, Thomas 1878-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9947
Shadows of the Past Stirling Graham, Clementina 1878-02-02 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 6986
“When darkness hides me, dearest” Elliot, Charlotte 1878-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9581
“Why doth the caged bird sing” Elliot, Charlotte 1878-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9582
“The Charterhouse is lost, the more’s my grief” Lithgow, William 1878-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9418
Chang Ling’s Flute 1879-02 Macmillan’s Magazine 14820
Tiny Rill 1879-02 Macmillan’s Magazine 14819
“Five lofty peaks like so many fingers, rich tints blending” 1879-02 Macmillan’s Magazine 14817
“Life’s at best a hurry-skurry—never ending” 1879-02 Macmillan’s Magazine 14816
Elegy Burns, Robert 1879-04 Macmillan’s Magazine 14821
A Sonnet in the Manner of Petrarch Hunter, Anne 1879-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14889
Extempore—to Mr. Gavin Hamilton Burns, Robert 1879-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14887
On Seeing a Fellow Wound a Hare with a Shot April 1789 Burns, Robert 1879-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14890
On Seeing a Fellow Wound a Hare—Spring—89 Burns, Robert 1879-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14891
To the Nightingale On her Leaving E—C—1784—By Mrs. Dr. Hunter—London Hunter, Anne 1879-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14888
Elegy on Captn. Matthew Henderson—A Gentleman Who Held the Patent for His Honours Immediately From Almighty God! Burns, Robert 1879-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14894
To Mr. Graham, of Fintry, on Being Appointed to My Excise Division Burns, Robert 1879-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14892
“Will ye go to the Indies, my Mary” Burns, Robert 1879-07 Macmillan’s Magazine 14893
Calvus to a Fly Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 7864
On a Picture of Armida and Rinaldo Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 7886
On Shooting a Swallow in early youth Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 7863
The Flock for the Market; or, Hope and Despondency Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 7865
The Process of Composition Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 7884
The Steam-Thresher with the Straw Carrier Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 7881
“Hollow and vast starred skies are o’er us” Mallock, W. H. 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 8059
“I tax not all with this unmanly hate” Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 8060
“It was her first sweet child, her heart’s delight” Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 The Nineteenth Century 7866
“Oh, sound the sad bugle” 1879-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9249
The Welcome Guest Elliott, J. A. 1879-11-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 7095
Agatha Gandar, W. B. 1879-12 The Nineteenth Century 7870
Chartreuse. (Liqueur) 1879-12 The Nineteenth Century 7871
October Dent, Annie 1879-12 The Nineteenth Century 7873
Prosperity 1879-12 The Nineteenth Century 7874
The Life-Ledger Gandar, W. B. 1879-12 The Nineteenth Century 7872
Lavator 1880-01-03 Once a Week 15874
Sincerity 1880-01-03 Once a Week 13755
Six Nouns 1880-01-03 Once a Week 13756
“In the days of our boyhood we listened in glee” 1880-01-03 Once a Week 15919
Lavington, Feb. 10, 1849 Wilberforce, Samuel 1880-03 Macmillan’s Magazine 14895
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning Donne, John 1880-05 The Nineteenth Century 8043
The Funeral Donne, John 1880-05 The Nineteenth Century 8042
Woman’s Constancy Donne, John 1880-05 The Nineteenth Century 8041
“In due observance of an ancient rite” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1880-05 The Nineteenth Century 8046
“Flower of the Bean” 1880-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9258
Ejaculation Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1880-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9265
Night White, Joseph Blanco 1880-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9266
Sonnet 14 Milton, John 1880-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9263
Sonnet 60 Shakespeare, William 1880-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9260
Sonnet 73 Shakespeare, William 1880-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9261
Sonnet 8 Milton, John 1880-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9262
“It is a beauteous evening, calm and free” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1880-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9264
“The loveliest blossom of the spring” Goodale, Dora Reade, Goodale Eastman, Elaine 1880-08 The Nineteenth Century 8061
Sonnet Drummond, William (Drummond of Hawthornden) 1880-11 Macmillan’s Magazine 14561
“Oh, Eire, land of tears” Knox (Mrs. Knox) 1880-12 The Nineteenth Century 8062
To a Land-Bird off Cape Horn, April 2, 1836 1881-02-12 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 7440
After Many Psalms Gilbert, Nicolas Joseph Laurent 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7913
An Epistle to My Braine Cavendish, Margaret 1881-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9062
Art Gautier, Théophile 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7924
Autumn Leaves Hugo, Victor 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7921
First of May Passerat, Jean 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7910
Impromptu de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7926
Lowly Flower Hugo, Victor 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7922
Morning Hugo, Victor 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7952
On a Dead Woman de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7949
The Monkey and the Cat de la Fontaine, Jean 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7912
The Veil Hugo, Victor 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7920
To a Lady who had longed to see him Marot, Clément 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7904
To Juana de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7950
Vous et Moi de Castellana 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7925
“Among the lily flowers, to-day” Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7907
“Farewell! for while this life besets me” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7951
“Go forth, my song! thy goal remember” de Ronsard, Pierre 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7906
“Hope, child! to-morrow! Hope! and then again to-morrow” Hugo, Victor 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7953
“How well I love this first keen shivery winter feeling!” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 8040
“If I were Jupiter, Sinope, you should be” de Ronsard, Pierre 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7905
“O my dove! what doth befall her?” Passerat, Jean 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7911
“See, my neighbour’s window curtain” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7929
“Soon as, with neighbour hinds, I’ve led” Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7908
“The year has laid his mantle by” d’Orléans, Charles 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7902
“There never was, my heart, a sweeter aching” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7948
“This book has all my youth inside it” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7930
“Warrior fair, to the battle-field going” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7927
“When one has lost, by sad annoyance” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7928
“When the violet breaks to flower” 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7900
“Ye ladies, and each gentle maiden” Chartier, Alain 1881-05 The Nineteenth Century 7901
Eurykome Solomos, Dionysios 1881-10 Macmillan’s Magazine 14573
Fellow Travellers Christopoulos, Athanasios 1881-10 Macmillan’s Magazine 14572
Her Departure Salakostas, George 1881-10 Macmillan’s Magazine 14577
The Kiss Salakostas, George 1881-10 Macmillan’s Magazine 14579
The Star Vlachos, Angelos 1881-10 Macmillan’s Magazine 14583
Xanthoula Solomos, Dionysios 1881-10 Macmillan’s Magazine 14574
“Thy glance, thy lip’s deceit denies” Mataragkas 1881-10 Macmillan’s Magazine 14581
As to His Choice of Her Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7967
Depreciating Her Beauty Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7963
He is Not a Poet Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7960
He Would Lead a Better Life Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7984
Laughter and Death Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7983
On Her Forgiveness of a Wrong Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7973
On Her Vanity Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7987
On Her Waywardness Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7969
On His Fortune in Loving Her Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7958
Sibylline Books Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7981
The Chant of Altabiscar 1881-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9025
The Sublime Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7956
The Three Ages of Woman Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7977
To One Who Spoke Ill of Him Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7976
“A ‘woman with a past.’ What happier omen” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 8150
“Do you remember how I laughed at you” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 7975
“I see you, Juliet, still, with your straw hat” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 8145
“I think there never was a dearer woman” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 8148
“Thrice happy fools! What wisdom shall we learn” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 The Nineteenth Century 8143
Quebec Campbell, John 1882 Good Words 3941
“My lioness” 1882-01 The Nineteenth Century 8126
“Thou, oh Tsui-goa” 1882-01 The Nineteenth Century 8127
The Sonnet Rossetti, Dante Gabriel 1882-02 Macmillan’s Magazine 14671
Book 1. Ode 14 Horace 1882-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9006
Book 3. Ode 9 Horace 1882-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9422
Book 3. Ode 9 Horace 1882-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9423
Book 4. Ode 10 Horace 1882-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9008
Epode 15 Horace 1882-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9007
To his Book Horace 1882-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 9009
“Children of Shem! Firstborn of Noah’s race” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1882-09 The Nineteenth Century 8104
“Dweller in heaven high, Ruler below!” Hogg, James 1882-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8965
“As like miners we explore” 1882-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8966
“Green leaf, green leaf of the violet” 1882-10 The Nineteenth Century 8118
“Hide, O God, the moon in a mist” 1882-10 The Nineteenth Century 8123
“List ye who love” 1882-10 The Nineteenth Century 8124
“Swallows, swallows, little sisters” 1882-10 The Nineteenth Century 8120
“When the world despises me” 1882-10 The Nineteenth Century 8121
Admission Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8988
Against System Builders Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8983
Allgemeines Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8980
Bright and Brightest Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8975
Critics Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8979
Drinking Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8985
Five Things Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8973
Hâfiz—Why So Named? Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8974
Nevermind! Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8981
Old Age Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8977
Poetry Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8971
Quiet Working Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8978
Religion Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8972
Stupid Piety Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8986
The Four Gospels Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8987
True Culture. Love and Knowledge Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8976
Truth and Error Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8982
Wine Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1882-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8984
Elegy on a Lady Fāzil 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14783
Farewell Ode ’Arif 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14787
Fragment Prince Jem 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14780
Gazel (“From Istambōl’s throne a mighty host to Irān guided I”) Selīm I 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14791
Gazel (“He who poverty electeth, hall and fane desireth not”) Sultan Süleyman I 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14779
Gazel (“Lo! ne’er a trace or sign of springtide’s beauty doth remain”) Bāky 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14781
Gazel (“Tulip-cheeked ones over rosy field and plain stray all around”) Bāky 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14782
Gazel. In Reply to the Preceding Sultan Murād 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14790
Gazel. To Sultan Murād IV Pasha, Hafiz 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14788
Museddes Atay 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14784
Proud Maisie Scott, Walter 1883-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8959
Sharqi Beg, Raf’at 1883-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14792
Bedtime St. Clair-Erskine, Robert 1883-08-25 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 7565
“Our mistress is proud” 1883-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8947
Ariadne 1883-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8949
Au Revoir 1883-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8953
Eros 1883-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8954
Guenevere 1883-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8950
He Descended Into Hell; The Harrowing of Hell: (otherwise, the Besieging of Limbo by our Lord.) 1883-10 The Nineteenth Century 8107
Love, the Syren 1883-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8956
Patience 1883-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8951
Song 1883-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8952
Song to the Sea 1883-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8955
Helen’s Tower Tennyson, Alfred 1884 Good Words 3999
Sonnet 49 Shakespeare, William 1884-04 The Nineteenth Century 8189
“I must observe moreover that it was” Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1884-04 The Nineteenth Century 8108
“The only way to criticize it is” Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1884-04 The Nineteenth Century 8111
Grass and Straw 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8898
Song of the Wheaten Bread 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8897
Sonnet 121 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8894
Sonnet 125 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8895
Sonnet 78 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8893
Sonnet 79 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8883
Sonnet 80 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8884
Sonnet 81 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8891
Sonnet 82 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8892
Sonnet 83 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8889
Sonnet 84 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8890
Sonnet 85 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8885
Sonnet 86 Shakespeare, William 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8886
“Had golden Homer and great Maro kept” R. N. 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8888
“Oh, why do you weep, my bonny lass” 1884-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8896
“Damp and dreary in the valley” 1884-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8901
A Poet Ape Jonson, Ben 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8186
Sonnet 140 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8196
Sonnet 37 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8185
Sonnet 57 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8190
Sonnet 58 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8191
Sonnet 62 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8192
Sonnet 63 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8193
Sonnet 71 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8195
Sonnet 73 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8187
Sonnet 74 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8188
Sonnet 80 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8183
Sonnet 86 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8184
“If thy soul check thee that I come so near” Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8182
“Oh, lest the world should task you to recite” Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8194
“So now I have confess’d that he is thine” Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8164
“Whatever hath her wish, thou hast thy WILL” Shakespeare, William 1884-08 The Nineteenth Century 8171
“Bats now sleep” 1884-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8919
“Therefore your halls, your ancient colleges” Tennyson, Alfred 1885-01 The Nineteenth Century 8203
Sonnet 128 Shakespeare, William 1885-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8861
Sonnet 20 Shakespeare, William 1885-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8855
Sonnet 24 Shakespeare, William 1885-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8857
The Changeling Lowell, James Russell 1885-06 The Nineteenth Century 8207
“From the fair palace of my lady’s eyes” Alighieri, Dante 1885-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8856
“So long has Love enchained me as his thrall” Alighieri, Dante 1885-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8859
“The eyes that mourn in pity of the heart” Alighieri, Dante 1885-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8860
“Marko, the great Marko” 1885-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8824
Ged Tha Mi Gun Chrodh Gun Aighean 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14981
Gur Moch Rinn Mi Dusgadh 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14984
Ho Ro, Clansmen! Macleod, John (of Morven) 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14983
The Gael to His Country and His Countrymen. A Song 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14976
To Prince Charlie 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14979
We will Take the Good Old Way 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14978
‘Mali Bheag Og 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14982
“O Charlie, brave young Stuart” 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14980
“O women of this glen” 1885-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14977
“Discoloured flowerets, violets turned white” Boiardo, Matteo Maria 1885-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8827
“Give me full-handed roses, lilies, shed” Boiardo, Matteo Maria 1885-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8828
A Winnower’s Song to the Winds Du Bellay, Joachim 1885-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8836
Idillie.—Francette Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1885-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8842
Idillie.—Galatea Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1885-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8840
Idillie.—Leucothée Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1885-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8843
Pastorale Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1885-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8837
Sonnet Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1885-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8839
“This kiss,—take it quickly, my Heart!” d’Orléans, Charles 1885-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8833
“When the world is burning” Jones, Ebenezer 1885-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8829
Baby’s Catechism MacDonald, George 1886-01 The Nineteenth Century 8234
Lines for My Ladye’s Album 1886-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8677
‘Sic transit gloria’ 1886-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8680
“Be not so kind, for here is Passion’s slave” 1886-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8678
“I watched thee worship in thy purity” 1886-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8679
“Oh, I’ll tell you of a comet” 1886-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8681
Sonnet 103 Shakespeare, William 1886-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8686
Sonnet 116 Shakespeare, William 1886-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8683
Sonnet 122 Shakespeare, William 1886-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8687
Sonnet 123 Shakespeare, William 1886-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8688
Sonnet 137 Shakespeare, William 1886-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8689
Sonnet 67 Shakespeare, William 1886-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8690
Sonnet 74 Shakespeare, William 1886-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8685
“Riding some days agone in piteous mood” Alighieri, Dante 1886-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8684
To B. R. Haydon Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1886-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8699
Daylight and Moonlight Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth 1886-05 Macmillan’s Magazine 14986
“I come to thee by day-time constantly” Cavalcanti, Guido 1886-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8691
A Place of Burial in the South of Scotland Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8668
Mæcenas Atavis Horace 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8667
On the Sight of a Manse in the South of Scotland Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8676
The County Mayo Ferguson, Samuel 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8665
Thomas Davis Ferguson, Samuel 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8666
Three Thoughts Ferguson, Samuel 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8673
To Virgil Tennyson, Alfred 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8670
“Harp, take my bosom’s burthen on thy string” Ferguson, Samuel 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8675
“They err who say this long-withdrawing line” Ferguson, Samuel 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8674
“When Hamlet went before his grave, men bore him” 1886-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8669
Fancy in the Nubibus: or the Poet in the Clouds Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1887-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14861
“Little book, surnamed of white” Lamb, Charles 1887-01 Macmillan’s Magazine 14860
Farewell Song of the Saxon Bride 1887-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8634
“All in the early morning grey” 1887-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8991
The Song of Maldon, or the Death of Brihtnoth 1887-03 Macmillan’s Magazine 14865
The Author’s Journey to Woodbridge after the Storm Chambers, James 1887-06 The Nineteenth Century 8236
The Poor Poetaster Chambers, James 1887-06 The Nineteenth Century 8237
The Wounded Soldier’s Return Chambers, James 1887-06 The Nineteenth Century 8238
Death Song Hawker, Robert Stephen 1887-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8621
Mawgan of Melhuach Hawker, Robert Stephen 1887-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8622
The House Beautiful Stevenson, Robert Louis 1887-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8633
”’Tis one o’clock, the boy from ‘Punch’ is sitting in the passage here” Thackeray, William Makepeace 1887-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8632
“So have I seene, when Cæsar would appeare” Digges, Leonard 1888-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8605
“All in the early morning grey” Gerard, Emily 1888-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8612
“When our heads are bowed with woe” Milman, Henry Hart 1888-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8613
Gibraltar Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8260
Prize of Song Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8251
To Silvio Pellico. (On reading the story of his imprisonment.) Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8258
“A counsellor well fitted to advise” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8259
“A wretched thing it were, to have our heart” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8255
“Peace, Freedom, Happiness, have loved to wait” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8261
“Thou cam’st not to thy place by accident” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8254
“To feel that we are homeless exiles here” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8256
“To leave unseen so many a glorious sight” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8257
“What good soever in thy heart or mind” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 The Nineteenth Century 8253
Bhanarach Dhomi A (Brown-Haired Dairymaid) 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8277
Chanson des Ouvriers (Workmen’s Song) 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8293
Chi Mi Gliris-Fhionn (I see the Roan One) 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8267
La Belle Dame Sans Merci Keats, John 1888-08 Macmillan’s Magazine 14839
Song of the Harvest Home 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8287
Song. (Lending the Ears) 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8290
Tattooing Song 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8295
Till an Crodle A’Dhonnachaidle (Turn the Kine, Duncan) 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8274
“Bees, of Bees of Paradise” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8282
“Gae owre the muir, gae doun the brae” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8272
“Heigh o, heugh o, what’ll I do wi’ ye?” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8301
“Ho, ro, Maolruaini of the glens” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8269
“Now, men! hats off!” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8318
“O rock the sweet carnation red” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8298
“On the hill have we brewed beer” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8284
“Sleep, my little darling one” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8297
“Watch, barrel! watch! mackerel for to ketch” 1888-08 The Nineteenth Century 8317
“Some day, but not yet” 1888-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8589
Æstas Captiva 1888-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8591
The Gravy 1888-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8598
To Roast a Swan? 1888-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8597
“From Caiaphas to Pilate I was sent” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1889-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8536
On the Departure of Sir Walter Scott from Abbotsford, for Naples Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1889-06 Macmillan’s Magazine 14869
The Canadian Crofter’s Boat-Song 1889-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8552
Another Way Lang, Andrew 1889-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8496
Sonnet LV Shakespeare, William 1889-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8487
Sonnet LXXXVII Shakespeare, William 1889-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8489
To E. M. S. Lang, Andrew 1889-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 8504
“I once was young and fair” Lang, Andrew