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Description of the restless estate of a lover..

Earl of Surrey 403
Domestic love........

Rev. Dr. Croly 146
Do not conceal thy radiant eyes...

.Sir F. Kinaston 384
Dreams

120
Dreams from the Arabic

..... Tograi 121
Early love

....1. Clason 339
Early love

...S. Daniel 386
Ellen....

T. K. Herrey

74
Endymion

H, W. Longfellow 352
Epigram

....W. Walsh 181
Epitaph

.....Ben Jonson 255
Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke

... Ben Jonson 12
Evening ode, to Stella

Sam. Johnson 452
Familiar love

.. Lord Houghton 60
Faint beart nerer won fair lady

.Sir John Bouring 469
Fair Ines

.T. Hood 207
Fare thee well...

.....Lord Byron 121
Female faith

.L. E. L. 250
Few happy matches

273
First love .......

Lord Byron 524
First love's recollections

....J. Clare 392
Florentine; from the Italian

463
Forbidden love...

Barry Cornwall 191
For ever, Fortune..

.. Thomson 494
Forget me not

165
Forget thee?

Rer. G. Moultrie 59
From a gentleman to his wife

293
From the Rape of the Lock

Pope 63
Give me but thy love ......

..Delta D. M. Moir) 448
Golden words

.. Shirley 604
Go, lovely rose

....E. Waller So
Hail! thou fairest of all creatures

....G. Wither 378
Happy Love

...C. Mackay 72
Hast thou forgot me?

....M. F. Lee 313
He never said he loved me

..A. A. Watts 103
Here's to thee, my Scottish lassie

Rev. J. Moultrie 499
Her name

...A. Couley 440
Her name..........

From the French of Victor Hugo 458
Hester..

Chas. Lamb 603
Highland Mary

...R. Burns 495
Homage to women..

....J. Ilogg 586
Honour and love

.R. Lorelace 82

...N. Breton 410
Hopeless love
How by a kiss the lover found both his life and death ..Sir T. Wyatt 116
How have I thought of thee?

Mrs. Embury 300
How pansies, or heart's-ease, came first.......

...R. Herrick 69
How shall I woo her?..

W. M. Proed 348
How shall I woo thee?

..C. H, Esling 303
How she was dressed for the ball.

27
Hymn to Venus

. Sappho 103
I am weary, Barbara .......

.....A. Smith 595

Drummond 290
I die, dear life
I die for thy sweet love ..

.... barry Cornwall 188

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I do confess thou'rt smooth and fair

.. Sir R. Ayton 490
If I had thought thou couldst have died

... Rev. C. WoW 17
If thou wert by my side, my love

Bishop Heber 574
If women could be fair, and yet not fond

Earl of Oxford (?) 491
I have lost my love

...J. Hogg

94
I'll sing to him

..S. J. Hale 299
I'll twine & wreath

W. Bennie 506
I love my love, because he loves me

.Barry Cornwall 405
Incognita

....J. Montgomery 173
Indifference

Mfalt. Arnold 572
Indifference excused

..Sir C. Sedley 451
Invitation

430
Invocation to love

Miss E. L. Montagu 116
Inward worth....

..Carew 289
I think on thee in the night

T. K. Hervey 594
I will love her no more

C. J. Hofmann 345
I will never love thee more

....A. A. Watts 106
John Haryngton to Isabella Markhame, 1549.

...J. Harrington 405
Jubilate

.. Eliz. louatt 615
Julia's letter......

.... Lord Byron 613
Kisses

....A. Smith 247
Know, Celia, since thou art so proud

......Carer 317
Know ye the fair one

..A. Cunningham 3

.. Carer 315
Ladies, fly
Leisure and love

...L. Blanchard 592
Leoline

Owen Meredith 539
Let us love one another ...

...C. Suain 212
Lines....

Daniel 311
Lines by

125
Lines in Laura's album

Rev. G. Crabbe 321
Lines sent with an hourglass to a lady on New Year's Day..

13
Lines to a lady
Lines to a lady before her departure for India.....
Lines to an Indian air.

...P. B. Shelley 426

w. Paterson 140
Lines written in an album
Little Golden-hair's story

......G. Fay 31
Love...

.C. Srain 78
Love

....J. Hogg 99
Love .....

... Anon. 123

..R. Burns 130
Love...

..R. Southey 131
Love

..Sir Walter Scott 131
Love...
Love......

.. Sir Walter Scott 132
Love ......

.... Anon. 136
Love

...Pringle 145

..Anon. 147
Love
Love

.T. Campbell 150

.Pollok 151
Love

..T. Moore 152
Love

... Latham 170
Love ..

E. Mo.ron
Love
Love .....

.P. B. Shelley 202

.T. Hood 207
Love

51
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..Anon. 246
..Gerald Massey 249
....Lucy Hooper 311
Barry Cornuall 156
..Mrs. Hemans 85

...T. Moore 158
Rev. Dr. Croly 204
...E. 0. Smith 302

.Hammond 230
...y. Woodhull 232
.R. B. Sheridan 479

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416

....A. Corley 447
...J. H. Scott 300

Mrs. Tighe 239

Mrs. Tighe 239
Earl of Pembroke 414

..Neele 449
...L. E. L 432

.D. Weir 502
.C. Srain 432
. Shenstone 259

542

381

Lore
Love
Love ...
Love and beauty
Lore and death..
Love and reason
Love an evil..
Love dead
Love elegy
Lore elegy
Love for love
Love bath no physicians...
Love; I'll sing of heroes
Love in absence .....
Love in pain
Love in pleasure
Love in the country
Love in the soul
Love is like the glass
Love is timid ...
Love, I will tell thee what it is to love.
Love like an April day
Love me little, love me long
Love me not for my comely grace
Love me still...
Love relapsed
Love sickness...
Love song ..
Lore sympathies
Love unchangeable.
Love will find out the way
Lored once
Lovely thou art !
Lovers
Lovers' quarrels
Love's artifice
Love's attraction
Love's comparison
Love's compliments
Love's deity..
Love's disposition
Love's farewell
Love's garden
Love's gift-the ruby and the pearl
Love's last letter
Love's last words
Love's memories
Love's memories
Love's philosophy
Love's questions and replies
Love's sympathy
Love's treasury
Love's visit

Mrs. Embury 301

513

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. Barry Cornwall 577
Lord Byron 436
..R. Daues 342

89
.E. B. Brouning 213

..J. H. Scott 295
.....Spenser 244
... Lord Lytton 245
..J. S. Knowles 198

..D. Garrick 589

Mrs. Osgood 618
.....R. Greene 252
.... Dr. Donne 288
..Sir J. Sedley 275

E. Waller 488
..R. Alison 585
...C. Dibdin 118

.Carey 126
..L. E. L. 146

344
....J. Dennis 545
..P. B. Shelley 200
...C. Mackay 72

605
.E. Spenser 606
..J. Ilogg

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Love's welcome

..T. Davis 607
Loving at first sight

.Lord Lansdoune 291
Lost feelings

..J. Montgomery 393
Lurking love.........

..Mrs. Piozzi 82
Maidenhood

H. W. Longfellow 353
Maid of my heart

.Pringle 493
Man's love.......

..M. A. Browne 253
Margaret..

431
Marie Stuart on the death of her husband, Francis II.........L. S. Costello 456
Mary's dream

...J. Lowe 497
Matilda .....

.. Rev. W. L. Boules 168
Metrical feet

..S. T. Coleridge 617
Mira

Rev. G. Crabbe 323
My king

30
My lady sleeps

.H. W. Longfellow 604
My love....

..S. Booth 263
My mistress

Calderon 551
My queen

29
My wife

..A. C. Mowatt 309
Nay, shepherd! nay!

.Sir J. Bouring 471
Norwegian love song...

Walker 169
No thank you, John

...C. G. Rossetti 582
Not ours the vows .....

B. Barton 573
Now I find thy looks were feigned

T. Lodge 409
Ode on modern love verses

....J. Scott

79
Ode on the death of a young lady

. Logan 284
Ode to a young lady somewhat too solicitous about her manner of ex-
pression

223
Of a' the airts the win' can blaw

.R. Burns 319
Of lingering love ...

412
Of loving at first sight

..E. Waller 488
Oft in the stilly night..

T. Moore 180
Oh, my love has an eye of the softest blue

.. Rev. C. Wolfe 200
Oh, no! not e'en when first we loved

....T. Moore 179
Oh, take me to yon sunny isle

..R. Gilfillan 503
On a fan ...

Bishop Atterbury 218
On a gentleman's omitting to subscribe his name in a letter to a lady 275
On a lady asleep

..S. Rogers 429
On a lady stung by a bee

275
On a young lady's refusal to show her hand

271
On a perfume taken out of a young lady's bosom

...J. Oldmixon 330
On a tear

.S. Rogers 65
On a very old wedding-ring

..G. W. Doane 340
On his mistress drowned

.Bishop Sprat 182
On love

Eliz, Rowe 324
On silence in love

..Sir II. Wotton 252
On the government of our passions

......J. Free 369
On two beautiful ladies, one gay and one sad

.R. H. Wilde 463
O nightingale

W. Wordsworth 428
Only tell her that I love

...Cutts 285
Origin of the 'Forget-me-not'

From the German

53
O sacred blush ...

... Drummond 292
Our early lored

Frances Brown 579

Our first young love
Our love is not a fading earthly flower
O were I on Parnassus hill
Paragon ....
Peace! let me go
Perhaps I love
Persuasions to love
Portrait of a lady .......
Power of love
Praise of little women.
Phyllis
Queen Marie
Question and reply
Recollections of love
Refused
Rivals
Rosalie........
Rosalind
Rosy Hannah
Sappho
Scent and jewels
Serenade...
Serenade
Shall I, wasting in despair.
She comes to gather flowers
She dwelt among the untrodden ways
She is not fair to outward view
She loves him yet...
She walks in beauty
She was a phantom of delight..
She wore a wreath of roses..
Silent love
Silent love ...........
Silent love
Sixteen...................
Slighted love
Soliloquy of a beauty in the country
Song
Song
Song
Song
Song ..
Song
Song.
Song
Song....
Song..
Song.
Song.
Song
Song ...............
Song, Ah the poor shepherd's mournful fate
Song, blooming beauty.

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T. Moore 430
..J. R. Lowell 361
...R. Burns 506
M. Drayton 585

... Cassels 602
Miss Mitford 438
.....T. Carer 485
.P. J. Bailey

60
W. Shakspeare 529
... From the Spanish 464

..Drummond 12
..Lord Darnley (?)

88
Barry Cornwall 612
..S.T. Coleridge 538

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Walsh 283

335
Edmund Spenser 316
...R. Bloomfield 392
.Rev. Dr. Croly 135

565

50
.E. C. Pinkney 341
.......G. Wilher 377
.Sir John Bouring 467
...W. Wordsworth 172
Hartley Coleridge 609

..F. S. Osgood 310

..Lord Byron 81
W: Wordsworth 171
...T. H. Bayly 206

140
..F. s. Osgood 306
..R. Herrick 542

W. S. Landor 165
..N. P. Willis 437

189

....W. Brown 380

T. Campbell 575
Chas. Cotton 324

..J. Dryden 291
..H. Gifford 373
.....L. E. L. 145

..T. Otway 269

..Parnell 258, 320
.. Earl of Rochester 390

Sir P. Sidney 280
Sir J. Suckling 382, 387, 388

Thomson 256, 261

...E. Waller 382
....A. A. Watts 21
....W. Hamilton 489
... Rev, T. Fitzgerald 514

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