SELECTIONS FROM THE WORKS OF THE FOLLOWING AUTIIORS
MANY ANONYMOUS PRODUCTIONS OF STERLING MERIT,
HERE COLLECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME.
Redding, Cyrus Rogers, Samuel Rochester, Lord Randolph, Thomas Roscoe, Williaın Raffles, Rev. T. Richardson, C. H. Read, William Ramsay, Allan Riddle, Rev. H. S. Scribe, Eugene Smith, Horace Shakspeare, William Spenser Swain, Charl's Southey, Robert Shelley, PB Scott, Sir Walter Suckling, Sir John Stanley, Thomas Somerville, William Sedley, Sir Charles Shenstone, Williamı Southwell, William Sigourney, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Dovale Spittall, Dr Taylor, Einily Tennyson, Alfred Tannahill, Robert Townsend, H Thomson, James Taylor, Miss Jane Toplady Thomson, C. W. Tucker, D. Thorn, William Walker, Mrs. Wordsworth, William White, Henry Kirk Wilson, Mrs. C. B. Watts, Dr A A. Waller, Edmund Wolfe, Rev. Charles Wastell, D. Wilson, Professor Walton, C. Willard, Mrs. Wesley, Rev. ohn Walker, John Wilson, Alexander Wilson, W
Norton, Hon. Mrs. Neele, Henry Nicholas, T. G. Noel, Rt. Hon. B.
Croly, Rev. George Campbell, Thomas Cowley, William Clare, I Cornwall, Barry Cowper, William Campion, Thomas Carraw, Thomas Cowley, Abraham Cunningham, John Crabbe Culeridge Conder, Josiah Cherry, Andrew Cobb, James Cockburn, Mrs. Clurie, Rev. John Crawford, Archibald Cramer, Julian
Heber, Bishop Hauff, Wilhelm Hood, Thomas Hemans, Mrs. Hervey, J. K. Hart, J. Hogg, James Herrick, Robert Howitt, William Huie, Dr Hodson, W. Howitt, Mary Hall, S. C. Hamilton, R. Hallet, George
Praed, William Macworth
Percival, J. K.
Pembroke, Earl of
Peterborough, Earl of
Pierpont, Rev. John
Plauché, J. R.
Pinckney, Edward Coate
Irving, Washington Imlah, John
Amour! toi seul remplis, &c. By FLORIAN.
No telling how Love thrives. By SHERIDAN
Love the Victor. By Mrs. Hemans.
The Return. By Sir E. L. BULWER.
How silver-sweet sound, &c. By SHAKSPERE. 331
The First Avowal. By LANDON.
Passionate young Love. By Miss LANDON. 331
Alas! how light a cause, &c. By T. MOORE. 331
Woman's Constancy. By JAMES BIRD.
Eastern Love-letter. By S. C. PERCIVAL. 331
Still there clings. By Miss LANDON.
To the Altar. By JAMES BIRD.
What is love. By SHELLEY.
Love uncherished-dies. By Mrs. DownING. 332
I love thee. By Eliza Acton.
Woman's Love. By R. MONTGOMERY.
If music be the food of love. By SHAKSPERE. 333
To Love. By Hogg.
A Lover's Praise. By SHAXSPERE.
Love's Empire. By Moore.
Love Secreis. By CHARLES DIBDIX.
The Supplication. By Mrs. HEMANS.
If in absence we can trace. By Miss LANDON. 333
Sonnet. By BARRY CORNWALL.
The Diffidence of Love. By HENRF KIRK
The Pride of Love. By Miss Landon. 334
The Proposal. By Mrs. C. B. Wilson.
Unrequited Love. By Mrs. HEMANS.
Love's Heralds. By SHAKSPERE. •
Love Sympathies. By Byron.
Oh! for some fairy talisman. By Sir E. L.
The Trysting Hour. By Thomas Lyle. 335
Love. By M. A. BROWNE.
Oh! there are looks. By Thomas MOORE. 335
Love nursed by Solitude. By LANDON.
Genius singing to Love. By Mrs. HEMANS. 336
It is the soft and silent hour. By Mrs.
Slighted Love. By N. P. Wiilis.
The Minstrel's Love. By ISHMAEL FITZADAM. 336
Yes! so it is. By Thomas MOORE.
Lover's Parting. By SHAKSPERE.
Hard is the heart. By Cowper.
Love's Echoes. By Thomas MOORE.
Song of the Absent. By Kappa.
With thee for ever. By Cow LEY.
Love. By E. Elliott.
They sin, who tells us, &c. By Southey. 337
ir, l'ont doit benir, &c.
Woman is the Light of Love." By J. Bird. 337
Song of the Forsaken. By Hon. Mrs. Norton. 337
The Hour of Love. By Byron.
The Love born of Sorrow. By B. BARTON. 338
Perhaps I love. By Miss MITFORD.
He who would stem a stream. By Sir W.
Fragment. By Robert TansaniiL.
Where is the heart that, &c. By LANDON. 338
God gives us love. By Tennyson.
L'Absence et le Retour. By FLORIAN.
True Love Diffident. By Dale.
Power of Love. By H. TOWNSEND.
Fain would I sing. By BOWRING.
The Vow. By Lord PorchESTER.
Song By Bayley.
The Prayer of Earthly Love. By Mrs. He:
do love violets. By LANDON.
Wedded Love. By CAMPBELL
O Love, first learned in, &c. By SHAXSPERE. 340
The Confession. By E. S. BARRET.
A Royal Bride. By Muman.
The iwo Fountains. By T. MOORE.
Oh! if thou lovesi. By LANDON.
Love's young Dream. By T. Moore.
Sonnet. By SHAKSPERE.
Look through mine eyes. By TENNYSON. 341
Her name. By Cowley.
The Bride. By J. BIRD.
The Home of Love. By Mrs. HEMANS. 341
Love. By LANDON.
Wake, oh, wake! By T. DADE.
Ah me! for aught that, &c.
Love's last Evening. By J. K. HERVEY. 342
Le veritable amour ne, &c. By FCORIAN.
Love's Daring. By SHERIDAN KNOWLES. 342
Love is a gift. By Scott.
. By Ishmael FITZadAM. 343
Mercenary Love despised. By Sir E. L. Bolo
The Sailor Lover. By Sir E. L. Bulwer.
Domestic Love By THOMPSON.
Flowers Love's Language. By LANDON. 343
Love's Remembrance. By Eliza ACTON. 343
Love. By J. BIRD.
'Tis sweet to hear. By Byron.
The Sailor's Farewell. By Scott.
Love, like the grave. By Neele.
The Retreat of Love. By BYRON.
The Love of later Years. By B. BARTON. 314
The Bridal. By Rogers.
The Echo. From the German.
Thy life was all one oath, &c. By SHERIDAN
Song of the Aged Minstrel. By Scott. 345
Wilt thou be mine. By T. MOORE.
Bridal Greetings. By J. MONTGOMERY.
I loved thee once. By SHERIDAN KNOWLER. 345
It is the spirit's bitterest pain. By LANDON 345
A silver lute, a minstrel hand. By H. B. 345
The absent lover. By DELTA.
Ambitious Love. “By SHAKSPERE.
Unchangeable Love. By T. MOORE.
Love Auguries. By LANDON.
Wealth of Love. By Sir E. L. Buiwer. 346
On Parting. By BYRON
Jamais nous ne verrions, &c. .
The Reproach. By WORDSWORTH.
Love's Artifice. By SHERIDAN KNOWLES. 347
A Wife to her Husband By Milton.
The Trance of Love. From the Italian.
Sonnet. By A. TENNYSON.
Love is a thing.
The Faith of Love. 'By Mrs. Hemans. 348
Oh! cast thou not, &c. By Mrs. Hemans. 349
A woman's heart By J. BIRD
Give me but my love. By Delta.
When the heart is full. By R. MONTGOMERY. 345
Meet me at Sunset. By A. A. Watte.
Love's Minstrel Lute. By Mrs. C. B. Wilsoj 349
What spirit e'er so, &c. By Lady Dacre. 349
Love. By Neele.
A Husband to his Wife. By BYRON.
Love in Absence. By BARRY CORNWALL. 349
Love's sooner felt than seen. By PHINEAS
Beauty, Wealth, and Love. By Mrs. C. B.
Oh! where is there the, &c. By Landon.
Oh! Love haih spoken, &c. By J. K
Lady! sweet maid.
A Solemn Conceit. By N. BRETON.
An Ode. By Samuel DANIEL.
Sonnet. By SAMUEL DANIEL.
Of Lingering Love. By ANONYMOUS.
My Mistress' Face. By Thomas CAMPION. 351
Sigh no more. By SHAKSPERE.
Conquest by flight. By 'THOMAS Carew.
The Primrose. By THOMAS CAREW.
Love is a Sickness. By SAMUEL DANIEL. 351
Drink to me only with, &c. By Ben Jon-
Power of Love.. By BEAUMONT
Love hath no Physician.
Love in the Country. By Earl of PEMBRORE. 352
Inconstancy of Love. By Earl of PEMBROKE 352
Still to be neat. By Ben Jonson.
Tell me, dearest, &c. By BEAUMONT AND
To the Virgins. By Robert HERRICK.
The Bleeding Hand. By Robert HERRICK.. 353
To the Willow Tree. By the Same.
The Rose. By EDMUND WALLER.
A Dialogue between a Nymph and Shepherd.
By Thomas RANDOLPH.
The Kiss. - A Dialogue. By Robti HERRICK 353
A Wedding. By Sir John SUCKLING.
The Change. By ABRAHAM Cowley.
To B. R., in return for a Bracelet From
" Wit Restored."