The Nineteenth Century (19thC)

A prominent highbrow liberal monthly, and unillustrated, The Nineteenth Century (1877-1901) was founded and initially edited by James Knowles. In 1901 the title changed to The Nineteenth Century and After, and in 1951 to The Twentieth Century. DVPP indexes poems until the end of 1901.

Years in which poems were published in this periodical

Poems appearing in this periodical

Poem title Poets Date Vol etc. Transcribed? id #
Prefatory Poem Tennyson, Alfred 1877-03 Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Page: 1 no 7849
Montenegro Tennyson, Alfred 1877-05 Volume: 1, Issue: 3, Page: 359 no 7850
To Victor Hugo Tennyson, Alfred 1877-06 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 447 no 7851
Achilles Over the Trench. Iliad, xviii.202 Homer 1877-08 Volume: 2, Issue: 6, Page: 1–2 no 7852
The Lost Rune Morley, Henry 1877-11 Volume: 2, Issue: 7, Page: 711–712 no 7854
Nightfall De Vere, Aubrey 1878-02 Volume: 3, Issue: 12, Page: 392 no 7856
“The Revenge,” A Ballad of the Fleet Tennyson, Alfred 1878-03 Volume: 3, Issue: 13, Page: 425–432 no 7853
S.S. ‘Lustania’ Arnold, Matthew 1879-01 Volume: 5, Issue: 23, Page: 1 no 7857
Dedicatory Poem to the Princess Alice Tennyson, Alfred 1879-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 575–576 no 7858
The Defence of Lucknow Tennyson, Alfred 1879-04 Volume: 5, Issue: 26, Page: 576–582 no 7859
“Hollow and vast starred skies are o’er us” Mallock, W. H. 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 445–446 no 8059
“I tax not all with this unmanly hate” Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 468 no 8060
The Process of Composition Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 470 no 7884
On a Picture of Armida and Rinaldo Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 471 no 7886
The Steam-Thresher with the Straw Carrier Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 476 no 7881
On Shooting a Swallow in early youth Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 479 no 7863
The Flock for the Market; or, Hope and Despondency Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 479 no 7865
Calvus to a Fly Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 479 no 7864
“It was her first sweet child, her heart’s delight” Turner, Charles Tennyson 1879-09 Volume: 6, Issue: 31, Page: 480 no 7866
Agatha Gandar, W. B. 1879-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 988–989 no 7870
Chartreuse. (Liqueur) 1879-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 990 no 7871
The Life-Ledger Gandar, W. B. 1879-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 991 no 7872
October Dent, Annie 1879-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 992 no 7873
Prosperity 1879-12 Volume: 6, Issue: 34, Page: 993 no 7874
Two Greetings Tennyson, Alfred 1880-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 737–740 yes 7892
The Human Cry Tennyson, Alfred 1880-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 741 yes 7893
“In due observance of an ancient rite” Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) 1880-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 823 yes 8046
Woman’s Constancy Donne, John 1880-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 855 yes 8041
The Funeral Donne, John 1880-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 856 yes 8042
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning Donne, John 1880-05 Volume: 7, Issue: 39, Page: 858 yes 8043
“The loveliest blossom of the spring” Goodale, Dora Reade, Goodale Eastman, Elaine 1880-08 Volume: 8, Issue: 42, Page: 337 yes 8061
“Oh, Eire, land of tears” Knox (Mrs. Knox) 1880-12 Volume: 8, Issue: 46, Page: 881–882 yes 8062
“When the violet breaks to flower” 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 815 no 7900
“Ye ladies, and each gentle maiden” Chartier, Alain 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 815–816 no 7901
“The year has laid his mantle by” d’Orléans, Charles 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 816 no 7902
“If I were Jupiter, Sinope, you should be” de Ronsard, Pierre 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 817 no 7905
To a Lady who had longed to see him Marot, Clément 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 816–817 no 7904
“Go forth, my song! thy goal remember” de Ronsard, Pierre 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 818 no 7906
“Among the lily flowers, to-day” Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 818 no 7907
“Soon as, with neighbour hinds, I’ve led” Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Jean 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 818–819 no 7908
First of May Passerat, Jean 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 821 no 7910
“O my dove! what doth befall her?” Passerat, Jean 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 822 no 7911
The Monkey and the Cat de la Fontaine, Jean 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 822–823 no 7912
After Many Psalms Gilbert, Nicolas Joseph Laurent 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 823 no 7913
Autumn Leaves Hugo, Victor 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 826 no 7921
The Veil Hugo, Victor 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 825–826 no 7920
Morning Hugo, Victor 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 827 no 7952
“Hope, child! to-morrow! Hope! and then again to-morrow” Hugo, Victor 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 827 no 7953
Lowly Flower Hugo, Victor 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 828 no 7922
Art Gautier, Théophile 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 829 no 7924
Vous et Moi de Castellana 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 830 no 7925
Impromptu de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 831 no 7926
“Warrior fair, to the battle-field going” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 831 no 7927
“When one has lost, by sad annoyance” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 831 no 7928
“This book has all my youth inside it” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 832 no 7930
“See, my neighbour’s window curtain” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 832 no 7929
“How well I love this first keen shivery winter feeling!” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 832 no 8040
“There never was, my heart, a sweeter aching” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 833 no 7948
On a Dead Woman de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 834 no 7949
To Juana de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 836 no 7950
“Farewell! for while this life besets me” de Musset, Alfred 1881-05 Volume: 9, Issue: 51, Page: 837 no 7951
Despair. A Dramatic Monologue Tennyson, Alfred 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 629–640 no 7954
The Sublime Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 767 no 7956
On His Fortune in Loving Her Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 771–772 no 7958
He is Not a Poet Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 775 no 7960
Depreciating Her Beauty Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 776 no 7963
As to His Choice of Her Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 777 no 7967
On Her Waywardness Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 777 no 7969
On Her Vanity Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 776–777 no 7987
On Her Forgiveness of a Wrong Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 777 no 7973
“I see you, Juliet, still, with your straw hat” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 778 no 8145
“Do you remember how I laughed at you” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 778 no 7975
“Thrice happy fools! What wisdom shall we learn” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 778 no 8143
To One Who Spoke Ill of Him Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 779 no 7976
“I think there never was a dearer woman” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 778–779 no 8148
“A ‘woman with a past.’ What happier omen” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 779 no 8150
The Three Ages of Woman Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 779–780 no 7977
Laughter and Death Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 781 no 7983
Sibylline Books Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 780–781 no 7981
He Would Lead a Better Life Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1881-11 Volume: 10, Issue: 57, Page: 783 no 7984
Westminster Abbey. July 25, 1881. Arnold, Matthew 1882-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 59, Page: 1–8 no 8065
“My lioness” 1882-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 59, Page: 112 no 8126
“Thou, oh Tsui-goa” 1882-01 Volume: 11, Issue: 59, Page: 117 no 8127
To Virgil. Written at the Request of the Mantuans for the Nineteenth Centenary of Virgil’s Death Tennyson, Alfred 1882-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 321–323 no 8067
“Children of Shem! Firstborn of Noah’s race” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1882-09 Volume: 12, Issue: 67, Page: 325–326 no 8104
“Green leaf, green leaf of the violet” 1882-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 578 no 8118
“When the world despises me” 1882-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 579 no 8121
“Hide, O God, the moon in a mist” 1882-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 579 no 8123
“Swallows, swallows, little sisters” 1882-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 579 no 8120
“List ye who love” 1882-10 Volume: 12, Issue: 68, Page: 582 no 8124
“Frater Ave atque Vale” Tennyson, Alfred 1883-03 Volume: 13, Issue: 73, Page: 357 no 8064
The Land of Promise: A Fable Bulwer-Lytton, Robert (pseudonym “Owen Meredith”) 1883-04 Volume: 13, Issue: 74, Page: 545–553 no 8072
He Descended Into Hell; The Harrowing of Hell: (otherwise, the Besieging of Limbo by our Lord.) 1883-10 Volume: 14, Issue: 80, Page: 665–670 no 8107
Sonnet 49 Shakespeare, William 1884-04 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 256 no 8189
“I must observe moreover that it was” Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1884-04 Volume: 15, Issue: 86, Page: 594–595 no 8108
“The only way to criticize it is” Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1884-04 Volume: 15, Issue: 86, Page: 597 no 8111
On a Country Road Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1884-07 Volume: 16, Issue: 89, Page: 1–2 no 8163
“So now I have confess’d that he is thine” Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 238 no 8164
“Whatever hath her wish, thou hast thy WILL” Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 245–246 no 8171
“If thy soul check thee that I come so near” Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 246 no 8182
Sonnet 86 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 249 no 8184
Sonnet 80 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 248–249 no 8183
Sonnet 37 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 250 no 8185
A Poet Ape Jonson, Ben 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 252 no 8186
Sonnet 74 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 254 no 8188
Sonnet 73 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 254 no 8187
Sonnet 57 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 256–257 no 8190
Sonnet 62 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 257 no 8192
Sonnet 58 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 257 no 8191
Sonnet 63 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 258 no 8193
Sonnet 71 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 258 no 8195
“Oh, lest the world should task you to recite” Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 258–259 no 8194
Sonnet 140 Shakespeare, William 1884-08 Volume: 16, Issue: 90, Page: 259 no 8196
“Therefore your halls, your ancient colleges” Tennyson, Alfred 1885-01 Volume: 17, Issue: 95, Page: 184 no 8203
The Changeling Lowell, James Russell 1885-06 Volume: 17, Issue: 100, Page: 994–995 no 8207
Had I the choice Whitman, Walt 1885-08 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 234 no 13687
The Pilot in the Mist Whitman, Walt 1885-08 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 234 no 8210
You Tides with ceaseless swell Whitman, Walt 1885-08 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 235 no 13688
By that long scan of Waves Whitman, Walt 1885-08 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 236 no 13691
Proudly the Flood comes in Whitman, Walt 1885-08 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 236 no 13690
Last of Ebb, and Daylight Waning Whitman, Walt 1885-08 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 235–236 no 13689
Then last of all Whitman, Walt 1885-08 Volume: 18, Issue: 102, Page: 237 no 13692
Baby’s Catechism MacDonald, George 1886-01 Volume: 19, Issue: 108, Page: 212 no 8234
The Jubilee. 1887 Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1887-06 Volume: 21, Issue: 124, Page: 781–791 no 8235
The Author’s Journey to Woodbridge after the Storm Chambers, James 1887-06 Volume: 21, Issue: 124, Page: 863 no 8236
The Poor Poetaster Chambers, James 1887-06 Volume: 21, Issue: 124, Page: 865–867 no 8237
The Wounded Soldier’s Return Chambers, James 1887-06 Volume: 21, Issue: 124, Page: 869–871 no 8238
March: An Ode Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1888-03 Volume: 23, Issue: 133, Page: 317–320 no 8262
Prize of Song Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 861–862 no 8251
“Thou cam’st not to thy place by accident” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 871 no 8254
“What good soever in thy heart or mind” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 871 no 8253
“A wretched thing it were, to have our heart” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 872 no 8255
“To feel that we are homeless exiles here” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 872 no 8256
To Silvio Pellico. (On reading the story of his imprisonment.) Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 873 no 8258
“A counsellor well fitted to advise” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 873 no 8259
“To leave unseen so many a glorious sight” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 872–873 no 8257
“Peace, Freedom, Happiness, have loved to wait” Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 874 no 8261
Gibraltar Trench, Richard Chenevix 1888-06 Volume: 23, Issue: 136, Page: 874 no 8260
Chi Mi Gliris-Fhionn (I see the Roan One) 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 240–241 no 8267
Till an Crodle A’Dhonnachaidle (Turn the Kine, Duncan) 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 241 no 8274
Bhanarach Dhomi A (Brown-Haired Dairymaid) 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 241–242 no 8277
“Ho, ro, Maolruaini of the glens” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 242 no 8269
“Heigh o, heugh o, what’ll I do wi’ ye?” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 242 no 8301
“Gae owre the muir, gae doun the brae” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 243 no 8272
“Now, men! hats off!” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 244 no 8318
“Watch, barrel! watch! mackerel for to ketch” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 244 no 8317
“Bees, of Bees of Paradise” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 244 no 8282
Song of the Harvest Home 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 245 no 8287
Song. (Lending the Ears) 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 245 no 8290
“On the hill have we brewed beer” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 245 no 8284
Chanson des Ouvriers (Workmen’s Song) 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 246–247 no 8293
“O rock the sweet carnation red” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 249 no 8298
“Sleep, my little darling one” 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 249 no 8297
Tattooing Song 1888-08 Volume: 24, Issue: 138, Page: 249 no 8295
Mourir Pour La Patrie Dumas, Alexandre, Maquet, Auguste 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 635–636 no 8320
Russian Soldiers’ Melody 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 640 no 8322
Russian Martial Song. (In honour of General Count Wittgenstein) 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 639–640 no 8321
Sie Sollen Ihn Nicht Haben Becker, Nikolaus 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 641 no 8323
Here’s a Health unto His Majesty Savile, Jeremiah 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 642–643 no 8326
The Royalist (1646) Brome, Alexander 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 644 no 8328
The King Shall Enjoy His Own Again Parker, Martin 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 646–647 no 8330
“Lesley for the kirk” 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 649 no 8371
Lesley’s March to Scotland 1889-10 Volume: 26, Issue: 152, Page: 648–649 no 8334
“Naked I came into the world of pleasure” Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen 1892-01 Volume: 31, Issue: 179, Page: 68 no 8419
“But Mercian rivers calm and deep” Southall, Isabel 1892-01 Volume: 31, Issue: 179, Page: 67–68 no 8415
The Death of the Duke of Clarence and Avondale (To the Mourners) Tennyson, Alfred 1892-02 Volume: 31, Issue: 180, Page: 181–182 no 8407
“Did he, who thus inscribed this wall” 1892-03 Volume: 31, Issue: 181, Page: 467 no 8424
The Chariot Dickinson, Emily 1892-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 182, Page: 704 no 8410
The Grass Dickinson, Emily 1892-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 182, Page: 705 no 8411
IX. (“Have you got a brook in your little heart”) Dickinson, Emily 1892-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 182, Page: 705–706 no 8413
“I shall know why, when time is over” Dickinson, Emily 1892-04 Volume: 31, Issue: 182, Page: 706 no 8414
Westminster Abbey (October 12, 1892) Huxley, Thomas Henry 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 831–832 no 8428
The Height and the Deep Myers, Frederic W. H. 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 833–834 no 8431
The Death of Tennyson Noel, Roden 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 835–836 no 8434
In Pace Palgrave, Francis Turner 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 837–839 no 8435
The Land’s Vigil De Vere, Aubrey 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 840 no 8436
In Westminster Abbey De Vere, Aubrey 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 840–841 no 8555
The Poet De Vere, Aubrey 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 841 no 8556
In Westminster Abbey Watts-Dunton, Theodore 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 842 no 8437
Apotheosis. Westminster, October 1892. (An allegory) Knowles, James 1892-11 Volume: 32, Issue: 189, Page: 843–844 no 8439
Threnody (Alfred, Lord Tennyson, October 6, 1892) Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1893-01 Volume: 33, Issue: 191, Page: 1–3 no 8593
“These lame hexameters, the strong-wing’d music of Homer!” Tennyson, Alfred 1893-03 Volume: 33, Issue: 193, Page: 452 no 8473
A Riddle by Jehudah Hallevi Hallevi, Jehudah 1893-03 Volume: 33, Issue: 193, Page: 464 no 8455
The Union Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1893-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 195, Page: 725–726 no 8449
Hymn to Astarte Warren, John Byrne Leicester 1893-05 Volume: 33, Issue: 195, Page: 903 no 8453
The Palace of Pan (Inscribed to my Mother) Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1893-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 200, Page: 501–503 no 8462
By an Evolutionist Tennyson, Alfred 1893-10 Volume: 34, Issue: 200, Page: 670–671 no 8466
Orpheus in Hades Warren, John Byrne Leicester 1893-11 Volume: 34, Issue: 200, Page: 839–848 no 8471
OD. III. 10. To Lyce: In Bloom Horace 1894-01 Volume: 35, Issue: 207, Page: 705–706 no 8606
“Great Sire! by whatso’er decree” Johnson, Samuel 1894-02 Volume: 35, Issue: 204, Page: 294 no 8596
Elegy Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1894-03 Volume: 35, Issue: 205, Page: 523–524 no 8564
OD. I. 23. To Chloe Horace 1894-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 207, Page: 701–702 no 8600
OD. III. 7. To Asteriè Horace 1894-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 207, Page: 702–704 no 8602
OD. IV. 13. To Lyce: In Decay Horace 1894-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 207, Page: 706–708 no 8608
OD. III. 15. To Chloris, a Crone Horace 1894-05 Volume: 35, Issue: 207, Page: 708–709 no 8610
Carnot Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1894-07 Volume: 36, Issue: 209, Page: 1 no 8639
Delphic Hymn to Apollo (B. C. 280) Done into English by Algernon Charles Swinburne 1894-08 Volume: 36, Issue: 210, Page: 315–316 no 8641
To a Baby Kinswoman Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1894-12 Volume: 36, Issue: 214, Page: 1008–1010 no 8642
A New Year’s Eve. Christina Rossetti died December 29, 1894 Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1895-02 Volume: 37, Issue: 216, Page: 367–368 no 8653
Cromwell’s Statue Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1895-07 Volume: 38, Issue: 221, Page: 1–2 no 8654
Trafalgar Day Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1895-11 Volume: 38, Issue: 225, Page: 713–714 no 8655
Robert Burns Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1896-02 Volume: 39, Issue: 228, Page: 181–184 no 8656
“In the West is the golden glory” Herbert, Auberon 1896-11 Volume: 40, Issue: 235, Page: 761 no 8663
Back to the Sea Mother Herbert, Auberon 1896-11 Volume: 40, Issue: 235, Page: 762 no 8657
“The sun is at rest—for the storms are o’er” Herbert, Auberon 1896-11 Volume: 40, Issue: 235, Page: 763 no 8659
“Thou great strong sea, fast lock’d in dreams” Herbert, Auberon 1896-11 Volume: 40, Issue: 235, Page: 762–763 no 8658
“In the glory of youth the young man went” Herbert, Auberon 1896-11 Volume: 40, Issue: 235, Page: 764 no 8661
“Only a bit of land-locked bay” Herbert, Auberon 1896-11 Volume: 40, Issue: 235, Page: 763–764 no 8660
“Forward we look and we gild it all” Herbert, Auberon 1896-11 Volume: 40, Issue: 235, Page: 764 no 8662
For Greece and Crete Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1897-03 Volume: 41, Issue: 241, Page: 337–338 no 8672
From the Abruzzi 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 602–603 no 8700
Songs of the Sea 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 603 no 8701
Born by the Sea 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 604 no 8703
The Castle in the Sea 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 604 no 8702
Betrayed 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 604–605 no 8704
The Ring in the Sea 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 605 no 8706
The Maiden’s Prayer 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 605 no 8705
The Dream-Ship 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 606 no 8708
Imprisoned Sunshine 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 606 no 8707
Out at Sea 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 607 no 8712
Life’s Vanity 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 607 no 8711
Wishes 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 607 no 8710
Rose and Roses 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 607 no 8709
Bird Message 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 608 no 8714
Roses in the Garden 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 608 no 8713
The Wager 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 608–609 no 8715
My Love at Church 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 610 no 8716
Catching the Moon 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 610 no 8718
The Only Beauty 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 610 no 8717
Love and Suicide 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 611 no 8720
Bird Song 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 610–611 no 8719
The Night-Bird 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 612 no 8721
Cradle Song 1897-10 Volume: 42, Issue: 248, Page: 612–613 no 8722
Endymion Phillips, Stephen 1898-09 Volume: 44, Issue: 259, Page: 341–347 no 8723
Prologue to ‘The Duchess of Malfy’ Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1899-01 Volume: 45, Issue: 263, Page: 90–91 no 8724
After the Verdict September 1899 Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1899-10 Volume: 46, Issue: 272, Page: 521 no 8725
Westminster Abbey Weid, Pauline Elisabeth Ottilie Luise zu (pseudonym “Carmen Sylva”) 1900-04 Volume: 47, Issue: 278, Page: 612–616 yes 8726