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FREDERICK WARNE AND CO.

BEDFORD STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
NEW YORK: SCRIBNER, WELFORD AND CO.

280. n.

357.

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LONDON:
SAVILL, EDWARDY AND CO., PRINTERS, CHANDOS STREET,

COVENT GARDEN.

CONTENT S.

PAGE

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PAGE MEMOIR.

xi ODES OF ANACREON-continuerl.

29. 'Yes--loving is a painful thrill' 25 ODES OF ANACREON.

30. "'Twas in an airy dream of An Ode by the Translator

3
night'

25 Remarks on Anacreon

3 31. • Armed with hyacinthine rod' 25 1. ' I saw the smiling bard of plea. 32. •Strew me a breathing bed of

10
leave;'

26 2. “Give me the harp of epic song 10 33. • 'Twas noon of night, when 3. ‘Listen to the Muse's lyre'

10
round the pole'

27 4. “Vulcan! hear your glorious task' 11 34. Oh thou, of all creation blest' 27 5. Grave me a cup with brilliant 35. Cupid once upon a bed'

28 grace

11 36. 'If hoarded gold possessed a 6. • As late I sought the spangled

power'

29 bowers

11 37. ''Twas night, and many a circling 7. "The women tell me every day: 12 bowl'

29 8 I care not for the idle state' 12 38. Let us drain the nectared bowl' 29 9. I pray thee, by the gods above 13 39. • How I love the festive boy' 30 10. · Tell me how to punish thee' 13 40,' I know that Heaven ordains me 11. · Teil me, gentle youth, I pray

here'

30 thee

14 41 When Spring begems the dewy 12. "They tell how Atys, wild with

scene

31 love'

14 42. “Yes, be the glorious revel mine 31 13. “I will, I will; the conflict's past' 14 43. While our rosy fillets shed' 31 14. • Count me, on the summer trees' 1.) 44. • Buds of roses, virgin flowerz' 32 15. Tell me why, my sweetest dove' 16 45. “Within this goblet, r.ch and deep' 32 16. Thou, whose soft and rosy hues 17 46. “See, the young, the rosy Spring' 33 17. “And now, with all thy pencil's 47. "'Tis true, my fading years detruth'

18
cline'

33 18. Now the star of day is nigh

48. When my thirsty soul I steep. 33 19. “Here recline you, gentle maid' 20 49. When Bacchus, Jove's immortal 20. One day the Mures twined the

boy'

34 hands'

20 50. When I drink, I feel, I feel' 34 21. Observe when mother earth is

51. 'Fly not thus, my brow of now' 35 dry'

21

52. ‘Away, away, you men of rules? 35 22. “The Phrygian rock, that braves 53. When I behold the festive train' 35 the storm'

21 54. “Methinks the pictured bull we 23. I often wish this languid lyre' 22

see

36 24. To all that breathe the airs of

55. “While we invoke the wreathed heaven'

23

spring' . 25. Once in each revolving year 23 56. He, who instructs the youthful 26. Thy harp may sing of Troy's

crew

37 alarms

24 57. "And whose immortal han l c uld 27. •We read the flying courser's

shed"

SS name'

24 58. "When gold, as fleet as Zephyr's 28. “As in the Lemnian caves of fire'

39 24

pinion'

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ODES OF ANACREON—continued.

JUVENILE POEMS-continued.

59. 'Sabled by the solar beam'

39 Song

58

60. “Awake to if , my dulcet shell' 40 The Kiss.

58

61. •Golden liues of youth are fled'. 41 A Night Thought

59

62. “Fill me, boys, as deep a draught' 41 Elegiac Stanzas

59

63. •To Love, the soft and blooming

Rondeau

59

child

42 To Rosa

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64. Haste thee, nymph, whose To Rosa

60

wingèd spear'

42

To Rosa

60

65. ‘Like some wanton filly sporting' 42 Written in the Blank Leaf of a Lady's

66. "To thee, the Queen of nymphs

Common-Place Book

61

divine'

42

Love and Marriage

62

67. •Gentle youth! whose looks as-

Anacreontic.

62

sume'

43 Anacreontic

63

68. 'Rich in bliss, I proudly scorn 43 The Ballad

63

69. •Now Neptune's sullen month

To Phillis

63

appears'

43 To Miss --

64

70. They wove the lotus band, to

To Rosa

64

deck'
44 To Julia

65
71. 'A broken cake, with honey Elegiac Stanzas

65

sweet

44 Nonsense

65

72. With twenty chords my lyre is The Surprise

66

hung'

41 To Mrs.

66

73. Fare thee well, perfidious maid' On the Death of a Lady

66

74. 'I bloomed, awhile, a happy

To Rosa

67

flower'

44 Nature's Labels

67

75. Monarch Love! resistless boy' 44 To Julia

68

76. •Spirit of Love ! whose tresses

To Julia

68

shine'

45

Sympathy

69

77. *Hither, gentle Muse of mine' 45 To Mrs. M-

69

78. Would that I were a tuneful

Song

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lyre'

45

The Ring

71

79. “When Cupid sees my beard of Song

74

snow?

45 Song

74

The Shrine

75

The Catalogue

75

EPIGRAMS OF THE ANTHOLOGIA.

Το

76

' Around the tomb, oh bard divine' 46 Song

77

Here sleeps Anacreon, in this ivied Song

77

shade'

47

Reuben and Rose

78

Oh stranger ! if Anacreon's shell' 47 Song. On the Birthday of Mrs.

79

'At length thy golden hours have

The Natal Genius

80

winged their flight'

48

Morality

81

Song

83

Song

84

JUVENILE POEMS.

Song

84

Preface by the Editor

50 The Shield

Fragments of College Exercises 51 The Tear

85

'Is there no call, no consecrating

A Dream

86

cause

54 To a Lady

86

To a Boy, with a Watch

55 Written in a Common-Place Book

To a Lady, with some Manuscript

called . The Book of Follies' 86

Poems

55 To Julia

87

To the Large and Beautiful Miss 56 Charity

87

To Julia

56

At Night

88

To Julia.

57 Το

88

Inconstancy

58 Fanny, Dearest

88

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PAGI

EPISTLES, ODES, ETC.--continued.

The Grecian Girl's Dream of the

Blessed Islands

The Steerman's Song

To Cloe

136

To the Fire-fly

137

The Vase

137

The Wreath and the Chain

· 138

To

139

Epistle VI. - To Lord Viscount
Forbes.

140
Lying
Song. "The wreath you wove, the
wreath you wove'

145

Anacreontic

145

To-s Picture

146

Fragment of a Mythological Hymn

to Love

To His Serene Highness the Duke of

Montpensier, on his Portrait of

the Lady Adelaide F-rb-8 147

The Philosopher Aristippus

148

To Mrs. Bl-h-n

150

Epistle VII.-To

Thomas Hume,

Esq., M.D.

151

The Snake

153

Lines Written on Leaving Phila-

delphia .

154

The Fall of Hebe

To

159

Anacreontic

To Mrs.

160

Hymn of a Virgin of Delphi, at the
Tomb of her Mother

161
Rings and Seals

162
To Miss Susan B-cki-d

163
Lines, Written at the Cohos, or Falls
of the Mohawk River

164
Cloris and Fanny

165
Song of the Evil Spirit of the Woods 165
To Mrs. Henry Tighe, on Reading her

* Psyche

Impromptu, upon Leaving some

Friends

168

Epistle VIII.--To the Honourable
W. R, Spencer

168
A Warning

171

To -

172

From the High Priest of Apollo to a

Virgin of Delphi

173

Woman

Ballad Stanzas

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To

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A Vision of Philosophy

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Το

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Dreams

. 179

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To Mrs.

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