Stuart-Wortley, Emmeline, Lady (F)

b. 2 May 1806. d. 30 October 1855. Nationality: English.
Poet and travel writer. Née Manners. Edited *The Keepsake* in 1837 and 1840, working with literary figures such as Lady Blessington, Theodore Hook, Richard Monckton Milnes, Caroline Norton, and Mary Shelley. Married Charles James Stuart-Wortley on 17 February 1831. Travelled to Holland, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Hungary, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, and the United States. Biographical information:*ODNB*. (SP)

Poems associated with this person

Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
To a Lady Singing 1831 The Keepsake Poet 3379
The Late Queen of Prussia 1832 The Keepsake Poet 3579
Stanzas 1832 The Keepsake Poet 3567
An Eastern Night 1832 The Keepsake Poet 3560
Stanzas by a Lady 1832-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11233
Lament of an Egyptian Princess 1832-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11237
The Farewell to Earth 1832-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11239
Not Now! 1832-12 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11240
No More 1833 The Keepsake Poet 3787
The Isle of Beauty 1833-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11251
The Grave of the Gifted 1833-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11250
Lines on a Thrush Confined in a Cage near the Sea 1833-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11325
Song 1833-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11357
Stanzas 1833-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11370
Lines on Haddon Hall 1834 The Keepsake Poet 3795
Gipsy Children Caught in a Storm 1835 The Keepsake Poet 3877
Sonnet on the Duke of Wellington 1835-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11620
Sonnet. Written by the Sea-Side 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11634
Song 1835-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 11708
I Am Come But Your Spirits To Raise 1837 The Keepsake Poet 4415
Song. (From the Circassian) 1837 The Keepsake Translator 4446
Reminiscences of My Last Morning in Rome, May 26th, 1834 1837 The Keepsake Poet 4419
The Invocation 1837 The Keepsake Poet 4428
The Lovers 1837 The Keepsake Poet 4433
Stanzas 1837 The Keepsake Poet 4445
Lalla 1837 The Keepsake Poet 4430
Farewell 1837 The Keepsake Poet 4450
Song 1837 The Keepsake Poet 4439
The Unearthly Visitant 1839 The Keepsake Poet 4466
Sonnet. Written in the steamer, on leaving Constantinople 1840 The Keepsake Poet 4782
On the Asiatic Valley of the Sweet Waters, At Constantinople 1840 The Keepsake Poet 4784
Song 1840 The Keepsake Poet 4786
To Woman. From the Above 1840 The Keepsake Translator 4781
The Mosque of St. Sophia 1840 The Keepsake Poet 4779
Foscari 1840 The Keepsake Poet 4789
Sonnet 1840 The Keepsake Poet 4777
Stanzas 1840 The Keepsake Poet 4771
The Pearl-Lily. Addressed to Miss Louisa H. Sheridan, on her receiving from her female friends, a beautiful representation of a lily in pearls, “as a tribute to her talents and virtues” 1841 The Keepsake Poet 4804
Lines 1842 The Keepsake Poet 14544
Death and the Child 1843 The Keepsake Poet 4959
Song 1844 Forget-Me-Not Poet 15455
To the Queen. Written on the Day of Her Majesty’s Departure from Belvoir Castle 1845 Forget-Me-Not Poet 15834
“From This Dark Prison of My Pain” 1846 The Keepsake Poet 5183
Slavery 1848 The Keepsake Poet 5499
The Worm 1849 The Keepsake Poet 5778