On a Distant View of the Village and School To the Earl of
of Harrow on the Hill.
414 Granta. A Medley
414 Answer to some elegant Verses sent by a
Epitaph on a Friend
415 Friend to the Author, complaining that one
415 of his Descriptions was rather too warmly
Reply to some Verses of J. M. B. Pigot, Lachin Y Gair.
Esq., on the cruelty of his Mistress 415 To Romance
To the Sighing Strephon
416 Elegy on Newstead Abbey
416 On a change of Masters at a great Public
To Miss Pigot
Lines written in “Letters of an Italian Nun Childish Recollections
and an English Gentleman. By J. J. Answer to a beautiful Poem, written by Mont-
Rousseau. Founded on Facts".
417 gomery, entitled “ The Common Lot” 446
Answer to the foregoing, addressed to Miss 417 To the Rev. J. T. Becher
The Cornelian .
417 The Death of Calmar and Orla. An Imita-
On the Death of a Young Lady, Cousin to tion of Macpherson's Ossian
the Author, and very dear to him
418 To E. N. L., Esq.
An Occasional Prologue. Delivered previous Stanzas
to the performance of “The Wheel of For Lines written beneath an Elm in the Church-
tune" at a private Theatre .
418 yard of Harrow on the Hill, September 2,
On the Death of Mr. Fox
419 1807 .
To M. S. G.
419 Critique on “Hours of Idleness," extracted
419 from the Edinburgh Review
420 ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS 453
Stanzas to a Lady, with the Poems of Camoens 420 Postscript
The first Kiss of Love
421 HINTS FROM HORACE
421 THE CURSE OP MINERVA .
421 THE WALTZ
To M. S. G.
422 To the Publisher
To a Beautiful Quaker
422 THE AGE OF BRONZE
422 THE VISION OF JUDGMENT
To Mary, on receiving her Picture . 423 MORGANTE MAGGOIRE
Lines addressed to a Young Lady
424 Canto I.
Love's Last Adieu
424 THE PROPHECY OF DANTE
Oscar of Alva.
425 Canto I.
To the Duke of Dorset
428 Canto II.
Adrian's Address to his Soul, when Dying 429 Canto III.
Translation from Catullus. Ad Lesbiam 430 Canto IV.
Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and
Tibullus. By Domitius Marsus
430 HEBREW MELODIES
Imitation of Tibullus
Translation from Catullus
430 She Walks in Beauty .
Imitated from Catullus. To Ellen
430 The Harp the Monarch Minstrel Swept.
Translation from Horace. Ode 3, Lib. 3
If that High World
Translation from Anacreon. To his Lyre 431 The Wild Gazelle
431 Oh! Weep for Those
Fragments of School Exercises. From the On Jordan's Banks.
Prometheus Vinctus of Æschylus . 431
The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus. A Par Oh! snatch'd away in Beauty's Bloom 619
aphrase from the Æneid, Lib. IX.
431 My Soul is Dark
Translation from the Medea of Euripides 435 I saw Thee Weep
Thoughts suggested by a College Examination 435 Thy Days are Done