Hay, William Mcleager (M)

Nationality: Scottish.
Translator and poet. Pseudonym: “W. H.,” “H.” John Blackwood’s tutor. Biographical information: *Curran Index*. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Franciscan and the Brotherhood 1829-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 10333
On Judas. From the Italian of Gianni 1829-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 10366
From the Italian of Zappi 1829-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 10371
The Dream. From the Italian of Francesco de Lemene 1829-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 10369
The Rape of Proserpine. From the Italian of Cassiani 1829-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 10367
The Sonnet. From the Spanish of Lope de Vega 1829-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 10372
Providence. From the Italian of Filicaja 1829-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 10368
Woman 1834-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11910
IV. 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11639
III. (“No gracious boon is life, if vexing cares”) 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11638
VIII. 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11643
VII. (“The poor man never lives, nor therefore dies”) 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11642
XII. Epitaph on Aristion, a Dancing Girl 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11647
XI. ”(She that was called the Beautiful—(so named))” 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11646
XVI. On a Fountain Dedicated to Silence 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11651
XV. 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11650
I. Love Grove 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11636
V. To a Blackbird 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11640
IX. 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11644
XIII. “The fruit of Bacchus in profusion spread” 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11648
XVII. 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11652
II. 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11637
VI. (“While from the strand his line a fisher threw”) 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11641
X. 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11645
XIV. (“View not my tomb with pity, passer-by”) 1835-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11649
IV. (“I know myself the being of a day”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11508
I. (“Light barks of Helle’s strait, whose flagging sails”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11505
VIII. (“Would that my sire had taught his son to keep”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11512
V. (“This is Aratus’ work, whose subtle mind”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11509
XII. Inscription on a Trophy at Thyrea 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11516
IX. (“That love-creating cestus, from her breast”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11513
XVI. On a Statue of Pan Piping 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11520
XIII. (“Oh! would I were a breeze, that when the light”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11517
II (“Sabinus, let this humble tablet show”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11506
VI. (“Here Sao, Dicos’ son, in sleep doth lie”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11510
X. Hercules Wrestling With Antæus 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11514
XIV. On a Statue of Venus in Cnidos 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11518
III. Epitaph on a Child 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11507
VII. (“Me a dry plane-tree now,—this creeping vine”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11511
XI. (“Relentless Ades, why of life bereave”) 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11515
XV. A Prayer 1835-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11519
I. The Nine Poetesses of Greece 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11521
IV. Epitaph on His Sister Eugenia 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11524
VIII. Winter Roses Sent to a Lady on her Birth-Day 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11528
V. (“Tyrinna, nobly-born, the theme of fame”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11525
XII. (“Trembling with age, propped by her guiding staff”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11532
IX. (“Covered by winter snows, around her young”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11529
XIII. (“Like the soft breeze that round the cordage sighs”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11533
II. (“Few subjects briefly treated form the lays”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11522
VI. (“Thano’s words, Phocæa, when the night”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11526
X. On Myro’s Statue of the Runner Ladas 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11530
XIV. (“The bones, perchance, of toil-worn mortal these”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11534
III. (“Thou who hadst lately birth to music given”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11523
VII. (“Thee, Aristodice, erst all admired”) 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11527
XI. Epitaph on Timon the Misanthrope 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11531
XV. On Appelles’ Picture of Venus Anadyomene 1835-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11535
I. Epitaph on Lais 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11571
II. (“Rhegium, whose feet Trinacria’s straiten’d sea”) 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11572
V. (“Demœneta had sent against the foe”) 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11575
VI. (“A Spartan mother slew her Spartan child”) 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11576
IX. On the Affected Use of Obsolete Words 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11579
X. A Prudent Astrologer 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11580
XIII. Another View of the Same Subject 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11583
III. Epitaph on Cleopatra 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11573
VII. (“To Pitana they Thrasybulus bore”) 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11577
XI. “The Spirit of the Age” 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11581
IV. On a Husbandman 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11574
VIII. (“A Spartan Venus! yes—for there she stands”) 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11578
XII. Human Life 1835-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11582
III. Pan 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11591
IV. (“Ah! wretched Thyrsis, what avail thy sighs”) 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11602
VII. Prayer to Venus 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11605
VIII. On a Statue of Niobe 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11606
XII. Epitaph on an Angler 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11610
XI. On a Statue of Opportunity 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11609
I. Spring an Idyl 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11589
V. Cæsar’s Kid 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11603
IX. The Merle and Thrush. (Paraphrase) 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11607
II. On a Statue of Echo 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11590
VI. To Zenophile Playing on the Lyre 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11604
X. (“Hang there and linger on that folding door”) 1835-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11608
II. On the Invention of Water-Mills 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11722
III. (“Praiseworthy are the Thracians, who lament”) 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11723
VI. Life 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11726
VII. Life 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11727
X. On Berytus, Destroyed by an Earthquake 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11730
IV. On a Statue of Envy 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11724
VIII. Life 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11728
I. His Introduction to His Anthology 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11721
V. Life 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11725
IX. On an Old Race-Horse 1836-01 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11729
III. On a Lofty House in Byzantium 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11739
II. On a Bath Called Cupid 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11738
VII. On a Tiresome Poet 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11743
VI. On a Bad Poet 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11742
X. Epitaph 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11746
XI. On a Tantalus Sculptured on a Drinking Cup 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11747
XIV. On Pindar 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11750
XV. Epitaph on a Child 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11751
IV. The Power of Gold 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11740
VIII. On a Beautiful Girl 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11744
XII. (“Ye pensile boughs of the far-spreading oak”) 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11748
I. On a Fountain 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11737
V. “A certain fisher labouring at his trade” 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11741
IX. (“The flute now sounded in the bridal room”) 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11745
XIII. On the Iliad and Odyssey 1836-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11749
I. Hymn to Apollo 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11764
II. On Cupid Sleeping 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11765
V. Epitaph on Casander 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11768
VI. On the Same 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11769
IX. The Ways of Providence 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11772
X. (“Wend onward, goat-herd mine, along that lane”) 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11773
III. Lovers’ Vows 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11766
VII. On a Small Vessel 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11770
IV. (“As nectar welling from the holy fount”) 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11767
VIII. On Ariadne a Harpist 1836-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11771
III. On Homer 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11781
II. To Zenophile 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11780
VII. (“Tell, by the Nymphs! wilt thou for me essay”) 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11785
VI. On a Fountain Sacred to Pan 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11784
XI. (“His darling son a certain Doctor brought”) 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11789
X. An Enigma 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11788
IV. On Cupid Sleeping in a Grove 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11782
VIII. Beauty, a Fading Flower 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11786
XII. (“A dealer in cabbage and rue”) 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11790
I. Niobe 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11779
V. (“See a meet spot for longing lovers’ vows”) 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11783
IX. The Summum Bonum 1836-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11787
III. Epitaph 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11825
II. The Dead 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11824
VII. On an Old Race-Horse 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11829
VI. “The livelong night I spend in wo” 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11828
XI. (“Now blooms the rose, my Sosylus, resort”) 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11833
X. On a Statue of Cupid Manacled 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11832
XV. (“Toss’d on a sea of troubles, oh! my soul”) 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11837
XIV. (“Why this vain toil and trouble, mortal man!”) 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11836
IV. (“With his last breath, Antigenes the son”) 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11826
VIII. (“Just as if death were near, enjoy thy wealth”) 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11830
XII. On a Small Island 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11834
XVI. A Drinking Song 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11838
I. Cupid Set Up for Sale 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11823
V. On a Statue of Pan 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11827
IX. (“Three laughing maidens by the lots would try”) 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11831
XIII. On Her Child’s Picture 1836-06 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11835
I. On the House of Maximinus, in Constantinople 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11754
IV. On a Medal Representing Venus Anadyomene 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11845
III. On the Same Subject 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11844
VIII. To Cæsar 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11849
VII. Eunicidas 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11848
XII. On a Votive Conch 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11853
XI. On an Eclipse of the Sun 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11852
V. “In all the ripeness of they beauty’s prime” 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11846
IX.”’Say Shepherd, whose these plants?’ ‘Athena, thine’” 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11850
XIII. Cleson’s Goat 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11854
II. On Justinian’s Gardens, Bordering on the Sea 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11843
VI. On a Portrait 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11847
X. To Philinnion 1836-08 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11851
III. On Parrhasius’ Picture of Philoctetes 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11864
IV. On the Rose 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11865
VII. (“Is thy hair bound”) 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11868
VIII. On a Cenotaph 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11869
I. Hymn to Nemesis 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11862
V. On a Muddy Fountain 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11866
IX. Epitaph 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11870
II. The Power of Nemesis 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11863
VI. The Suicide 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11867
X. (“Archeanassa is my mistress now”) 1836-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 11871
IV. Agathias the Scholiast to Paul to Silentiary 1837-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14096
III. (“I, Eteocles, lured by hope of gain”) 1837-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14093
VII. (“My love for Heliodora oft my soul”) 1837-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14101
I. Description of a Picture 1837-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14090
V. (“The rebel Eros owns no code of laws”) 1837-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14098
II. On the Picture of a Satyr Holding a Pipe to his Ear and Listening to its Music 1837-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14092
VI. On Spring 1837-02 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14099
III. Love Grove 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14154
IV. On a Bath Called Cupid 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14155
VII. Life Short 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14158
VIII. Epitaph 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14159
XI. Alco and his Ox 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14162
XII. On a Fountain Called the Pure 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14163
XV. “Some dæmon seized the bridegroom, seized the bride” 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14166
XVI. The Ivy and the Vine 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14167
XIX. Hymn to Venus 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14170
Epitaph 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14171
I. The Grasshopper and Bird-Catcher 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14152
V. Eros Crowned 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14156
IX. Pan 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14160
XIII. On a Vineyard Guarded by Pan 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14164
XVII. A Faithful Disciple 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14168
II. To Mary 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14153
VI. Fortune Capricious 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14157
X. On the Death of Aristomenes 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14161
XIV. On a Temple to Venus 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14165
XVIII. On an Image of Pan 1837-05 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14169
“Ay—’tis a goodly sight—those verdant bays” 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14631
The Goat and the Vine 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14632
On Troy 1837-10 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Translator 14633