The Dark Blue (DarkBl) 1872

A shilling monthly illustrated magazine (1871-1873), edited by John H. Freund, with the title referring to the University of Oxford and associated with aestheticism.

Poems appearing in this periodical

1872

Poem title Poets Date Vol etc. Transcribed? id #
Love’s Land Berger, Florence K. 1872-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 681–682 no 626
Two Pictures Collins, John C. (1848-1908) 1872-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 730–731 no 627
Conversation Waring, Charles H. 1872-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 752–755 no 628
Annie. A Story in Two Chapters Anderson, R. 1872-02 Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Page: 760 no 629
Nocturne Blind, Mathilde 1872-03 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 24–26 no 13820
A Dream Webb, R. Chapman 1872-03 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 50 no 13821
The Dog Guard. An Australian Story O’Reilly, John Boyle 1872-03 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 81–85 no 13822
‘Eheu! Fugaces’ Gilbert, W. S. 1872-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 14, Page: 142–143 no 13823
The Monster Diamond A Tale of the Penal Colony of West Australia O’Reilly, John Boyle 1872-04 Volume: 3, Issue: 14, Page: 182–186 no 13824
A Song of the Youths O’Shaughnessy, Arthur W. E. 1872-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 15, Page: 286–287 no 13825
Andalusian Canzonet from the French of Theophile Gautier Gautier, Théophile 1872-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 15, Page: 294 no 13826
From Heine Heine, Heinrich 1872-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 15, Page: 295 no 13828
Imitated from the French 1872-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 15, Page: 294–295 no 13827
Lines Suggested by the Above Doyle, Francis Hastings Charles 1872-05 Volume: 3, Issue: 15, Page: 295–296 no 13829
Aphrodité Davies, G. Christoph 1872-06 Volume: 3, Issue: 16, Page: 449–450 no 13830
The Fight at the Ford Between Ferdiah and Cuchullin. An Episode from the Ancient Irish Epic Romance, The Tain Bó Cuailgné, or the Cattle Prey of Cuailgné 1872-06 Volume: 3, Issue: 16, Page: 451–465 no 13831
The Fight at the Ford Between Ferdiah and Cuchullin. An Episode from the Ancient Irish Epic Romance, The Tain Bó Cuailgné, or the Cattle Prey of Cuailgné. [Continued] 1872-07 Volume: 3, Issue: 17, Page: 515–527 no 13832
A Midsummer Night’s Dream B. (poet; Dark Blue) 1872-07 Volume: 3, Issue: 17, Page: 541 no 13833
Elegiacs Ferguson, Tom 1872-07 Volume: 3, Issue: 17, Page: 593 no 13834
Memory. An Unpublished Fragment Out of Dante’s “Inferno” Alighieri, Dante 1872-07 Volume: 3, Issue: 17, Page: 606 no 13835
Sunset C. E. S. (Dark Blue) 1872-08 Volume: 3, Issue: 18, Page: 627 no 13836
Sibyl Dowding, F. Townley 1872-09 Volume: 4, Issue: 1, Page: 16 no 13837
A Song of the Fates Ranking, B. Montgomerie 1872-09 Volume: 4, Issue: 1, Page: 39–40 no 13838
Kaiser Sigmund: A Ballad Schütz-Wilson, Henry 1872-10 Volume: 4, Issue: 2, Page: 194–202 no 13839
I. “This is the day, which in Time’s teeming womb” Bradley, Andrew Cecil 1872-11 Volume: 4, Issue: 3, Page: 295 no 13840
II. “Fair land, fair love, to new hope born new-blessed” Bradley, Andrew Cecil 1872-11 Volume: 4, Issue: 3, Page: 295–296 no 13841
IV. “Thou that art fire within our souls, O Soul” Bradley, Andrew Cecil 1872-11 Volume: 4, Issue: 3, Page: 296 no 13843
III. “But thou, though prison-bars thy feet confine” Bradley, Andrew Cecil 1872-11 Volume: 4, Issue: 3, Page: 296 no 13842