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MICKLE, William Julius (1734–1788).
The Sailor's Wife

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MILTON, John (1608-1674).
Ode on the Morning of Christ's Nativity

IxxxV
On the late Massacre in Piedmont

Ixxxyii
Lycidas

lxxxix
When the Assault was intended to the City xciii
On his Blindness

xciv
To Mr. Lawrence
To Cyriack Skinner
To the Lady Margaret Ley

cxi
L'Allegro.

cxliv
Il Penseroso

cxlv
At a Solemn Music

cxlvii
MOORE, Thomas (1780–1852).
Echoes

ecxxix
At the mid hour of night

ccxlv
Pro Patria Mori

cclxi
The Journey Onwards

cclxv
The Light of Other Days

cclxix
MORRIS, William (1834-1896).
Summer Dawn

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NAIRN, Carolina (1766–1845).
The Land o' the Leal.

cxcviii
NASH, Thomas (1567–1601?).

Spring ..
NORRIS, John (1657–1711).
Hymn to Darkness

cxlix
NORTON, 'Caroline Elizabeth Sarah (Lady Stirling

Maxwell) (1808–1877).
I do not love thee

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Noyes, Alfred (1880 -).
Song

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Love's Rosary

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Song of Hanrahan the Red

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PEACOCK, Thomas Love (1785–1866).

Three men of Gotham
PHILIPS, Ambrose (1671-1749).

To Charlotte Pulteney
POPE, Alexander (1688–1744).

Solitude
PRIOR, Matthew (1662–1721),

The merchant, to secure his treasure

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QUARLES, Francis (1592-1644).

A Mystical Ecstasy
ROGERS, Samuel (1762-1855).

The Sleeping Beauty

A Wish
ROSSETTI, Christina Georgina (1830–1894).

Song

A Birthday
ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel (1828–1882).

The Blessed Damozel
SCOTT, Walter (1771-1832).

The Outlaw
Jock o' Hazeldean.
A Serenade
Where shall the Lover rest?
The Rover
The Maid of Neidpath
Gathering Song of Donald the Black
The Pride of Youth
Coronach
Rosabelle
Hunting Song

Datur Hora Quieti
SEDLAY, Charles (1639–1701).

Child and Maiden .

Not, Celia, that I juster am
SHAKESPEARE, William (1564-1616).
The Fairy Life, I.

II.
Sonnet-Time and Love, I.

II.
A Madrigal
Under the greenwood tree
It was a lover and his lass
Sonnet -Absence

A Consolation
The Unchangeable

To his Love
Love's Perjuries
Sonnet True Love
Carpe Diem
Winter
Sonnet—That time of year

Memory
Revolutions
Farewell !
The Life without Passion

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SHAKESPEARE -(Continued).

NUMBER
Frustra - - Take, O také those lips away xlviii
Sonnet - Blind Love

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Blow, blow, thou winter wind

lvi
Dirge of Love

lxii
Fidele - Fear no more the heat

Ixiv
A Sea Dirge

Ixv
Sonnet Post Mortem

The Triumph of Death
Young Love
Sonnet - Soul and Body

Ixxviii
The World's Way

lxxxii
SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe (1792-1822).
The Indian Serenade

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I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden

ccxix
Love's Philosophy

ccxxviii
To the Night

ccxxxii
The Flight of Love

ccxxxix
One word is too often profaned

ccxlvii
Stanzas written in Dejection near Naples . cclxx
To a Skylark

cclxxxvii
Ozymandias of Egypt

ccxciii
To a Lady, with a Guitar

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The Invitation

cccvii
The Recollection

cccviii
To the Moon

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A Dream of the Unknown

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Written among the Euganean Hills cccxxi
Ode to the West Wind

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The Poet's Dream

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A Dirge

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Threnos

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Music, when soft voices die

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HIRLEY, James (1596-1666).
The Last Conqueror

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Death the Leveller
SIDNEY, Philip (1554-1586).
Via Amoris

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A Ditty

xxxii
Sleep
The Nightingale

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The Moon
SMAR?, Christopher (1722–1770).
The Song of David

clxxix
SMITH, Alexander (1830-1867).
Barbara

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SOUTHEY, Robert (1774-1843).
After Blenheim

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The Scholar

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SPENSER, Edmund (1553-1598-9).

Prothalamion
SUCKLING, John (1608-9–1641).

Encouragements to a Lover
SWINBURNE, Algernon Charles (1837–1909).

Itylus

A Forsaken Garden ::
SYLVESTER, Joshua (1563-1618).

Love's Omnipresence
TENNYSON, Alfred Lord (1809-1892).

As thro' the land at eve we went.
Break, Break, Break
Come into the garden, Maud
In Love, if Love be Love
O Swallow, Swallow
Ring out, wild bells
Tears, idle tears
The Splendour falls
The Brook

The Miller's Daughter
THOMPSON, Francis (1859-1907).

Daisy

The Sinking Sun
THOMSON, James (1700–1748).

Rule Britannia
For ever, Fortune, wilt thou

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THOMSON, James (1834–1882).

As we rush

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VAUGHAN, Henry (1621-1695).

The Retreat
Friends in Paradise

A Vision
VERSTEGAN, Richard (c. 1635).

Upon my lap my sovereign sits
WALLER, Edmund (1605–1687).

Go, lovely Rose

On a Girdle
WEBSTER, John - -1638?).

A Land Dirge
WILMOT, John (1647-1680).

Constancy
WITHER, George (1588-1667).

The Manly Heart

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WOLFE, Charles (1791–1823).
The Burial of Sir John Moore

cclxii
To Mary

cclxxvii
WORDSWORTH, William (1770-1850).
She was a phantom of delight.

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She dwelt among the untrodden ways CCXX
I traveli'd among unknown men

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The Education of Nature

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A slumber did my spirit seal

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Lucy Gray

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To a distant Friend

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Desideria.

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Ode to Duty

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England and Switzerland, 1802

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On the extinction of the Venetian Republic cclv
London, 1802

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When I have borne in memory

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Simon Lee

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A Lesson

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The Affliction of Margaret

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To the Skylark

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The Green Linnet

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To the Cuckoo

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Upon Westminster Bridge

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Composed at Neidpath Castle.

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Admonition to a Traveller

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To the Highland Girl of Inversneyde ccxvii
The Reaper

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The Reverie of poor Susan :

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The Daffodils

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To the Daisy

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Yarrow Unvisited, 1803

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Yarrow Visited, 1814

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By the Sea

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To Sleep

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The Inner Vision

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Written in Early Spring

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Ruth, or the Influence of Nature

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Nature and the Poet

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Glen-Almain, the Narrow Glen

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The World is too much with us

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Within King's College Chapel, Cambridge cccxxvii
The Two April Mornings

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The Fountain

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The Trossachs

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My heart leaps up .

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Ode on Intimations of Immortality cccxxxviii
Wootton, Henry (1568-1639).

Character of a Happy Life
Elizabeth of Bohemia

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