Macmillan’s Magazine (MacsMag) 1863

A shilling monthly, unillustrated and aimed at a liberal upper middle class readership, Macmillan’s Magazine (1859-1907) was closely associated with its publisher, Alexander Macmillan. DVPP indexes poems until the end of 1901.

Poems appearing in this periodical

1863

Total poems: 30
Poem title Poet(s) Date Vol etc. Transcribed? id #
Homeless Keary, Eliza 1863-01 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 39, Page 185 no 14014
The First Waits. A Meditation for All Craik, Dinah 1863-01 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 39, Page 218 no 14226
All’ Italia. Translation da Filicaja, Vincenzo 1863-01 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 39, Page 240 no 14035
Light Love Rossetti, Christina G. 1863-02 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 40, Page 287 no 14036
Life’s Answer Alford, Henry 1863-02 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 40, Page 305 no 14037
A Welcome Garnett, Richard 1863-03 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 41, Page 349 no 14038
The Bourne Rossetti, Christina G. 1863-03 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 41, Page 382 no 14039
A Fragment Walker, W. Sidney 1863-04 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 42, Page 460 no 14041
Written in the Walks of Trinity College, Cambridge Walker, W. Sidney 1863-04 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 42, Page 460 no 14042
Be Just and Fear Not Alford, Henry 1863-04 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 7, Issue 42, Page 492 no 14043
The Fairy Prince Who Arrived Too Late Rossetti, Christina G. 1863-05 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 43, Page 36 no 13904
“The Peal of Bells” Hopkins, Jane Ellice 1863-05 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 43, Page 49–50 no 13905
Filiolæ Dulcissimæ Alford, Henry 1863-06 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 44, Page 137–138 no 13906
Helen’s Tower, Erected by Lord Dufferin, in Honour of His Mother, at Clandeboye, Ireland Norton, Caroline 1863-06 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 44, Page 150–152 no 13907
A Bird’s-Eye View Rossetti, Christina G. 1863-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 45, Page 207 no 13908
Faith A. (poet; Macmillan’s) 1863-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 45, Page 236 no 13909
The Land’s End Alford, Henry 1863-08 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 46, Page 310 no 13911
V. Writing Allingham, William 1863-09 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 47, Page 384 no 15041
II. (“This is worth noting: wit’s controll’d by dulness”) Allingham, William 1863-09 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 47, Page 384 no 15038
I. (“The metal sleeps in its hidden vein”) Allingham, William 1863-09 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 47, Page 384 no 13912
III. (“Earth’s night is where she rolls”) Allingham, William 1863-09 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 47, Page 384 no 15039
VI. (“In a deeper sense than the common”) Allingham, William 1863-09 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 47, Page 384 no 15042
IV. (“O Heroes, ye comfort my brotherly heart!”) Allingham, William 1863-09 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 47, Page 384 no 15040
VII. (“Virtue’s Toleration”) Allingham, William 1863-09 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 47, Page 384 no 15043
Assuerus Moresby, Jane 1863-09 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 47, Page 411–414 no 13913
The Queen of Hearts Rossetti, Christina G. 1863-10 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 8, Issue 48, Page 457 no 13914
Nickar the Soulless Evans, Sebastian 1863-11 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 9, Issue 49, Page 47–51 no 14044
Ode to Calcutta Trevelyan, George Otto 1863-12 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 9, Issue 50, Page 134–135 no 15055
The Vigil of All-Souls. To my Friend on His Wedding-Night 1863-12 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 9, Issue 50, Page 135 no 14045
One Day Rossetti, Christina G. 1863-12 Macmillan’s Magazine Volume 9, Issue 50, Page 159 no 14046