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THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

475.126

ASTOR, LENOX AND TILDEN FOUNDATION&.

1909

Contents.

V

Transfer from Circ

. Dept Muhlenbeeg-Pecueil FEB 19 1909

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MEMOIR OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

Religious Musings; a Desultory Poem , 13

The Destiny of Nations; a Vision ..... 17

JUVENILÉ POEMS

1

Genevieve

2 SIBYLLINE LEAVES :-

Sonnet, to the Autumnal Moon .

ib.

I. POEMS OCCASIONED BY POLITICAL EVENTS, OR

Time, Real and Imaginary, an Allegory :

ib.

FEELINGS CONNECTED WITH THEM.

Monody on the death of Chatterton ib.

Ode to the Departing Year

21

Songs of the Pixies

4

France; an Ode

23

The Raven, a Christmas Tale, told by a

Fears in Solitude ; written in April, 1798,
School-boy to his little Brothers and Sisters 5

during the alarm of an Invasion .. 24
Absence: a Farewell Ode on quitting School
for Jesus College, Cambridge.

Fire, Famine, and Slaughter; a War Eclogue 26

ib.

Lines on an Autumnal Evening.

ib.

Recantation-illustrated in the Story of the

Mad Ox

27

The Rose

6

The Kiss

ib. II. LOVE POEMS.

To a Young Ass—its Mother being tethered

Introduction to the tale of the Dark Ladie 28

near it

7

Lewti, or the Circassian Love Chaunt. 29

Domestic Peace.

ib.

The Picture, or the Lover's Resolution 30

The Sigh

ib.

The Night Scene; a Dramatic Fragment . 31
Epitaph on an Infant.

ib.

To an Unfortunate Woman, whom the Au-
Lines written at the King's Arms, Ross ib.
Lines to a beautiful Spring in a Village .

thor had known in the days of her inno-

8

cence..

32

Lines on a Friend, who died of a frenzy fe-

To an Unfortunate Woman at the Theatre 33

ver induced by calumnious reports ib.

Lines, composed in a Concert-room

ib.

To a Young Lady, with a Poem on the French

The Keepsake

ib.

Revolution.

ib.

To a Lady, with Falconer's “ Shipwreck”. 34

Sonnet. “My heart has thanked thee, Bowles!

To a Young Lady, on her Recovery from a

for those soft strains"

9

Fever..

ib.

“As late I lay in slumber's shadowy Something childish, but very natural-writ-

vale"

ib.

ten in Germany

ib.

“Though roused by that dark vizir,

Home-sick-written in Germany

ih.

Riot rude"

ib.

Answer to a Child's Question .

ib.

" When British Freedom for a hap-

The Visionary Hope .

35

pier land"

ib.

The Happy Husband; a Fragment. ib.

" It was some spirit, Sheridan! that

Recollections of Love .

ib.

breathed"

ib.

On Revisiting the Sea-shore after long ab.

" ( what a loud and fearful shriek

sence.

ib.

was there"

ib.

The Composition of a Kiss

36

-“As when far off the warbled strains

are heard"

10

III. MEDITATIVE POEMS.

“ Thou gentle look, that didst my

Hymn before Sun-rise, in the Vale of Cha.
soul beguile"

ib.
mouny

ib.

Pale roamer through the night!

Lines written in the Album at Elbingerode,

thou poor forlorn!"

ib. in the Hartz Forest

37

-“ Sweet Mercy! how my very heart

On observing a Blossom on the 1st of Feb-

has bled"

ib.

ruary, 1796

ib.

-"Thou bleedest, my poor heart! and

The Eolian Harp—composed at Clevedon,

thy distress"

ib.

Somersetshire

ib.

To the Author of the Robbers" ib. Reflections on having left a Place of Retire-

Lines composed while climbing the left as-

ment

38

cent of Brockley Coomb, Somersetshire, To the Rev. Geo. Coleridge of Ottery St.

May, 1795.

ib. Mary, Devon-with some Poems . 39

Lines, in the manner of Spenser

11 Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath ib.

imitated from Ossian

ib. A Tombless Epitaph.

39

The Complaint of Ninathoma

ib. This Lime-tree Bower my Prison

40

Lines, imitated from the Welsh .

ib. To a Friend, who had declared his intention

to an infant

ib.

of writing no more Poetry

ib.

in answer to a Letter from Bristol .. 12 To a Gentleman-composed on the night
to a Friend, in answer to a melancholy

after his Recitation of a Poem on the

Letter

13

Growth of an Individual Mind

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The Nightingale; a Conversation Poem. . 42 PART II. THE SEQUEL, ENTITLED “THE

Frost at Midnight

43: USURPER'S FATE"

102

To a Friend, together with an unfinished

Poem . .

ib. THE PICCOLOMINI, OR THE FIRST PART

The Hour when we shall meet again 44

OF WALLENSTEIN; a Drama, trans-

Lines to Joseph Cottle ..

ib. lated from the German of Schiller 121

IV. ODES AND MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.

THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN; a Tra-

The Three Graves; a Fragment of a Sex.

gedy, in Five Acts

168

ton's Tale

ib.

Dejection; an Ode. .

48

THE FALL OF ROBESPIERRE; an Historic

Ode to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire 49

Drama

203

Ode to Tranquillity

50

To a Young Friend, on his proposing to do. MISCELLANEOUS POEMS :-

mesticate with the Author

ib.

Lines to W. L. Esq., while he sang to Pur-

PROSE IN RHYME; OR EPIGRAMS, MORALITIES,

cell's Music

51

AND PHINGS WITHOUT A NAME.

Addressed to a Young Man of Fortune,

Love.

212

who abandoned himself to an indolent

and causeless Melancholy

ib.

Duty surviving Self-love, the only Sure

Friend of Declining Life; a Soliloquy .213

Sonnet to the River Otter.

ib.

Phantom or Fact? a Dialogue in Verse ib.

composed on a Journey homeward ;

Work without Hope .

ib.

the Author having received intelligence

Youth and Age

ib.

of the Birth of a Son, Sept. 20, 1796.. ib.

Sonnet-To a Friend, who asked how I felt

A Day-dream..

214

To a Lady, offended by a sportive observa-

when the Nurse first presented my In-

tion that women have no souls

fant to me

52

ib.

“I have heard of reasons manifold".

The Virgin's Cradle Hymn

ib.

b.

On the Christening of a Friend's Child ib.

Lines suggested by the Last Words of Be-

Epitaph on an Infant ..

ib

rengarius..

ib.

The Devil's Thoughts .

ib.

Melancholy; a Fragment .

Tell's Birth-place--imitated from Stolberg

Constancy to an Ideal Object .

53

215

A Christmas Carol ..

ib.

The Suicide's Argument, and Nature's An-

swer

ib.

Human Lise, on the Denial of Immortality ib.

The Blossoming of the Solitary Date-tree;

The Visit of the Gods-imitated from

a Lament

216

Schiller

Elegy—imitated from Akenside's blank

Fancy in Nubibus, or the Poet in the
Clouds.

ib.
verse Inscriptions ...

The Two Founts; Stanzas addressed to a

Kubla Khan; or a Vision in a Dream ib.

The Pains of Sleep ..

55

Lady on her recovery, with unblemished

looks, from a severe attack of pain . ih

APPENDIX.

What is Life?

217

Apologetic Preface to “ Fire, Famine, and

The Exchange .

ib.

Slaughter .

ib. Sonnet, composed by the Sea-side, October,

THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER 60

1817.

ib.

Epigrams

ib.

CHRISTABEL

66

The Wanderings of Cain

218

REMORSE; a Tragedy, in Five Acts

73

Allegoric Vision

220

ZAPOLYA; a Christmas Tale.

The Improvisatore, or “ John Anderson, my

PART I. THE PRELUDE, ENTITLED “THE

jo, John".

222

USURPER'S FORTUNE"

96

The Garden of Boccaccio.

224

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