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Page. SONGS OF THE CID.

11. Forest Sanctuary,

1 The Cid's Departure into Exile,

The Cid's Death-Bed,

LAYS OF MANY LANDS.

The Cid's Funeral Procession,

Moorish Bridal Song,

21

The Cid's Rising,

The Bird's Release,

ib.

The Sword of the Tomb, -A Northern Legend,

25 RECORDS OF WOMAN.

Valkyriur Song,

26 Arabella Stuart,

The Cavern of the Three Tells,-Swiss Tradition, 27 The Bride of the Greek Isle,

Swiss song,-on the Anniversary of an Ancient Battle, 28 The Switzer's Wife,

The Messenger-Bird,

ib. Properzia Rossi,

The Stranger in Louisiana,

29 Gertrude, or Fidelity till Death,

The Isle of Founts, an Indian Tradition,

ib. Imelda,

The Bended Bow,

30 Edithi, a Tale of the Woods,

He never smiled again,

31 The Indian City,

Ceur-de-Lion at the Bier of his father,

ib. The Pease nt Girl of the Rhone,

Tlie Vassal's Lament for the Fallen Tree,

32 Indian Woman's Death Song,

The Wild Huntsman,

33 Joan of Arc, in Rheims,

Brandenburgh Harvest Song,- from the German of Pauline,

La Motte Fouqué,

ib. Juana, -

The Shade of Theseus,- Ancient Greek Tradition, 31 The American Forest Girl,

Ancient Greek Song of Exile,

ib.

Cortanza,

Greek Funeral Chant or Myriologue,

ib. Madeline, a Domestic Tale,

The Parting Song,

36 The Queen of Prussia's Tomb,

The Suliote Mother,

37 The Memorial Pillar,

The Farewell to the Dead,

38 The Grave of a Poetess,

The Siege of Valencia,

39 SONGS OF THE AFFECTIONS.

The Vespers of Palermo,

68

A Spirii's Return,

The Lady of Provence,

The League of the Alps,

99

The Coronation of Inez de Castro,

The Restoration of the Works of An to Italy,

103 Italian Girl's Ilymn to the Virgin,

To a Departed Spirit,

TALES AND HISTORIC SCENES.

The Chamois llunter's Love,

The Abencerrage,

The Indian with his Dead Child,

The Widow of Crescentius,

127 Song of Emigration,

The Last Banquet of Antony and Cleopatra,

The King of Arragon's Lament for his Brother,

Alaric in Italy,

137

The Return,

The Wise of Asdrubal,

. 139 The Vaudois' Wise,

lleliodorus in the Temple,

140

The Guerilla Leader's Vow,

Night Scene in Genoa,

141 Thekla at her Lover's Grave,

The Troubadour and Richard Caur-de Lion, 143 The Sisters of Scio,

The Death of Conradin,

143 Bernardo Del Carpio,

The Tomb of Madame langhasis

The Sceptic,

148 The Exile's Dirge,

'The Dreaming Child,

Sanzas to the Memory of the late King,

The Charmed Picture,

Modern Greece,

146 Parting Words,

The Message to the Dead,

Dartmoor,

172

The Two Homes,

The Meeting or Wallace and Bruce on the Banks of the The Soldier's Deathbed,

Carron,

176

The Image in the Hear,

The Last Constantine,

The Land of Dreams,

Woman on the Field of Battle,

TREEK SONGS

The Deserted House,

I The Storm of Delphi,

194 The Stranger's llcart,

II. The Bowl of Liberty,

195

Come Ilome,

In. The Voice of Scio,

ib.

The Fountain of Oblivion,

IV. The Spartan's March,

• 196

V. The Urn and Sword,

ib.

IIYMNS ON THE WORKS OF NATURE

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The Rainbow,

248

The Sun,

249

The Rivers,

ib.

The Stars,

jb.

The Ocean,

The Thunder Storm,

ib.

The Birds,

251

The Sky-Lark,

ib.

The Nightingale, •

ib.

The Northern Spring,

252

Paraphrase of Psalm cxlviii,

ib.

To one of the Author's Children on his Birth-day, ib.

To a Younger Child on a similar occasion,

253

IRANSLATIONS FROM CAMOENS AND OTHER

POETS

Camoens. High in the glowing heavens,

ib.

Wrapt in sad musings by Euphrates' ib.

If in thy glorious home above,

ib.

This mountain-scene, with sylvan 254

Those eyes, whence love diffused . ib.

Fair Tajo! thou, whose calmly ib.

Thou, to whose power my hopes, ib.

Spirit beloved ! whose wing so soon ib.

How strange a fate in love is mine! 255

Should Love, the tyrant of my ib.

Oft have I sung and mourned

ib.

Saved from the perils of the stormy ib.

Beside the streams of Babylon, ib.

There blooms a plant, whose gaze, 256

Amidst the bitter tears that fell ib.

He who proclaims that Love is light . ib.

Waves of Mondego! brilliant and

Where shall I find some desert

ib.

Exempt from every grief, 't was 257

No searching eye can pierce the veil ib.

Metastasio. In tears, the heart oppressed with ib.

Filicaja. Italia! thou, by lavish Nature graced ib.

Pustorini. If thus thy fallen grandeur I behold ib.

Lope de Vega. Let the vain courtier waste his days ib.

Manuel Pause not with lingering foob,

258

Della Casa, These marble domes, by wealth ib.

Bentivoglig. The sainted spirit, which from bliss ib.

Aletastasio. He shall not dread Misfortune's ib.

The torrent wave, that breaks .

Sweet rose! whore tender foliage ih.

Fortune! why thus, whate'er my 259

Wouldst thou to Love of danger ib.

Unbending 'midst the wintry skies ib.

Oh! those alone, whose severed ib.

Ah! cease-those fruitless tears

Quevedo. Amidst these scenes, O pilgrim, ib.

Juan de Tarsis. Thou, who hast fied from life's . 260

T'orquato Tasso. Thou, in thy morn wert like

ib.

Bernardo Tasso. This green rocess, where through ib.

Petrarch. Thou that wouldst mark, in form ib.

If to the sighing breeze of summer ib.

Berbo. Thou, the stern monarch of dismay ib.

Lorenzini. Bylph of the breeze! whose dewy 261

Gessner. Hlaill morning sun, thus early ib.

German Song.) Listen, sair maid, iny song shall tell ib.

Chaulieu. Thou grot, whence flows this limpid ib.

Garcilaso de lc Enjoy the sweets of life's luxurínt

Vega.

ib.

SLISCELLANEOUS POEMS.

The Treasures of the Deep,

262

Bring Flowers,

ib.

The Crusader's Return,

ib.

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Thekla's Song, or, The Voice of a Spiris-from the

German of Schiller,

263

The Revellers,

264

The Conqueror's Sleep,

ib.

Our Lady's Well,

265

Elysium,

ib.

The Funeral Genius,

-an Ancient Statue,

266

Dirge of a Child,

267

England's Dead,

ib.

To the Memory of Bishop Heber,

268

The Hour of Prayer, ·

The Voice of Spring,

ib.

The landing of the Pilgrim Fathers,

269

The Hebrew Mother,

270

The Child and Dove, .

271

The Child's Last Sleep,

ib.

The Lady of the Castle,

ib.

To the Ivy,

272

On a Leaf from the Tomb of Virgil, ·

273

For a Design of a Butterfly resting on a Skull ib.

The Lost Pleiad,

ib.

The Sleeper on Marathon,

274

Troubadour Song,

ib.

The Trumpet,

ib.

The Dying Bard's Prophecy,

ib.

The Wreck, .

275

A Voyager's Dream of Land,

ib.

The Grave of Körner,

276

The Graves of a Household,

277

The Last Wish,

iᏂ

A Monarch's Death-Bed,

279

The Hour of Death,

ib.

The Release of Tasso,

279

Tasso and his Sister,

280

To the Poet Wordsworth,

281

The Song of the Curfew,

Hymn for Christmas,

ib

Christ Stilling the Tempest,

ib

Christ's Agony in the Garden,

283

The Sunbeam,

ib.

The Traveller at the source of the Nile,

ib

The Vaudois Valleys,

284

The Songs of our Fathers, ·

285

The Burial of William the Conqueror, -

ib.

The Sound of the Sea,

256

Casabianca,

ib.

The Adopted Child,

287

The Departed,

ib.

The Breeze from Land,

288

An Hour of Romance,

ib.

Evening Prayer at a Girls' School,

289

The Invocation,

ib.

Lines Written in a Hermitage on the Sea-shore, 290

The Death-day of Körner,

ih

Invocation,

ib.

To the Memory of General Sir E-P-k-m, 291

To the Memory of Sir H-y E-1-9, who fell in tho

Battle of Waterloo, •

Guerilla Song,

292

The Aged Indian,

ih

Evening amongst the Alps,

ib,

Dirge of the Highland Chief in “Waverley," 293

The Crusader's War Song,

ih.

The Death of Clanronald,

ib.

To the Eye,

294

The Hero's Death,

iba

Stanzas on the Death of the Princess Charlotta ib

Belshazzar's Feast,

297

The Chieftain's Son,

299

ib.

ib.

348

314

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Pago.

The Tombs of Platan,

209 The Cross in the Wilderness,

341

The View from Castri,

ib.

Last Rites,

342

The Festal Hour,

300 The Cliffs of Dover,

ib.

Song of the Battle of Morgarten,

301 The Voice of Home to the Prodigal,

343

Chorus, translated from Manzoni's “Conte di Car. The Wakening,

ib.

magnola,"

303 The Dying Improvisatore,

344

The Meeting of the Bards,

304 Music of Yesterday,

ib.

The Homes of England,

• 305

The Forsaken Hearth,

345

The Sicilian Captive, .

ib. The Dreamer,

ib.

Ivan the Czar,

• 307 The Wings of the Dove,

346

Carolan's Prophecy.

308 Psyche borne by Zephyrs to the Island of Pleasure, ib

The Mourner for the Barmonides,

309 The Boon of Memory,

347

The Spanish Chapel, -

310 The Grave of Martyrs,

. ib.

The Captive Knight,

• 311

Dreants of Heaven,

The Kaisers' Feast,

ib.

Ulla, or The Adjuration,

312 SCENES AND HYMNS OF LIFE.

The Effigies,

- 313

The English Martyrs,

349

The Spirits' Mysteries,

ib. Flowers and Music in a Room of Sickness,

352

The Palm Tree,

Cathedral Hymn,

354

Breathings of Spring, -

ib. Wood Walk and Hymn,

335

The Illuminated City,

315 Prayer of the Lonely Student,

357

The Spells of Home,

ib. The Traveller's Evening Song,

Roman Girl's Song,

316 Burial of an Emigrant's Child in the Forests, 358

The Distant Ship,
ib Easter Day in a Mountain Church-Yard,

366

The Birds of Passage,

317 The Child Reading the Bible,

• 361

Mozart's Requiem,

ib, A Poet's Dying Hymn,

362

The Image in Lara

318 The Funeral Day of Sir Walter Scott,

• 363

Fairy Favours,

ib. The Prayer in the Wilderness,

364

A Parting Song,

319 Prisoners' Evening Service,

ib.

The Bridal Day,

ib. Prayer at Sea after Victory,

306

The Ancestral Song,

- 320

Evening Song of the Weary,

ib.

The Magic Glass,

32 The Indian's Revenge,

367

Corinne at the Capitol,

322

The Day of Flowers,

369

The Ruin,

ib. Hymn of the Traveller's Household on his Return, 370

The Minster,

323 A Prayer of Affection,

371

The Song of Night,

ib. The Painter's Last Work,

ib.

The Storm Painter in his Dungeon,

394 Mother's Litany by the Sick-Bed of a Child,

372

Death and the Warrior,

325 Night Hymn at Sea,

373

The Two Voices,

ib. Female Characters of Scripturo: A Series of Sonnets, ib.

The Parting Ship,

326 Invocation,

ib.

The Last Tree of the Forest,

ib. The Song of Miriam,

ib.

The Streams,

327 Ruth,

ib.

The Voice of the Wind,

328

The Vigil of Rizpah,

374

The Vigil of Arms,

ib. The Reply of the Shunamite Woman,

The Heart of Bruce in Melroso Abbey,

329 The Annunciation,

ib.

Nature's Farewell,

ib. The Song of the Virgin,

ib.

The Beings of the Mind,

330 The Penitent Anointing Christ's Feet,

ib.

The Lyre's Lament,

331

Mary at the Feet of Christ,

ib.

Tasso's Coronation,

ib.

The Sisters of Bethany after the Death of Lazarus, ib.

The Better Land,

332 The Memorial of Mary,

375

The Wounded Eagle,

ib. The Women of Jerusalem at the Cross,

ib.

Sadness and Mirth,

ib.

Mary Magdalene at the Sepulchre,

il

The Nightingale's Death-Song

333 Mary Magdalene bearing tidings of the Resurrec-

The Diver,

ib.

tion,

ib.

The Requiem of Genius,

334 The two Monuments,

ib.

Triumphant Music,

335 The Memory of the Dead,

376

Second Sight,

ib. Angel Visits,

ib

The Sea-Bird Flying Loward,

ib, A Penitent's Return,

377

The Sleeper, -

336 A Thought of Paradise,

378

The Mirror in the Deserted Hall,

ib. Let us Depart,

ib.

Hymn of the Mountain Christian,

337 On a Picture of Christ bearing the Cross

379

Church Music,

ib. Communings with Thought,

ib

To a Picture of Madonna,

ib. Sonnets, Devotional and Memorial,

380

We Return no More,

338 The Sacred Harp,

ib.

Song,

ib.

To a Family Bible,

The Parting of Summer,

339 Repose of a Holy Family,

The World in the Open Air,

ib.

Picture of the Infant Christ with Flowers,

Kindred Hearts,

340 On a Remembered Picture of Christ,

The Dial of Flowers,

ib.

The Children whom Jesus blest,

Our Daily Paths,

ib. Mountain Sanctuaries,

ib.
ib.

Page.

The Lilies of the Field,

381 Where is the Sea ?

The Birds of the Air,

ib. Songs of Captivity,

The Raising of the Widow's Son,

ib.

Introduction,

The Olive Tree,

. ib. The Brother's Dirge,

The Darkness of the Crucifixion,

ib.

The Alpine Horn,

Places of Worship,

ib.

O ye Voices,

Old Church in an English Park,

382 I Dream of all Things Free,

A Church in North Wales,

ib. Far o'er the Sea,

Louise Schepler, •

ib.

The Invocation,

To the Same,

ib. The Song of Hope,

The Palmer,

ib. The Ivy Song.

Lincs to a Butterfly resting on a Skull,

383 The Dying Girl and Flowers,

The Water-Lily,

ib. The Music of St. Patrick's,

Thought from an Italian Poet,

ib. Keene, or Lament of an Irish Mother over her son,

Christ Walking on the Water,

ib. The Angel's Call, •

A Father Reading the Bible,

384 The Spell,

The Child's First Grief,

ib. Far Away,

Epitaph over the Grave of two Brothers, a Child and The Lyre and Flower,

a Youth,

ib.

Sister! Since I met Thee Last,

Hymn by the Sick Bed of a Mother,

385

The Lonely Bird,

A Dirge, •

ib.

Dirge at Sea,

Pilgrim's Song to the Evening Star,

NATIONAL LYRICS, AND SONGS FOR MUSIC. The Spartan's March,

Introductory Stanzas :--the Themes of Song,

385

The Meeting of the Ships,

Rhine Song of the German Soldiers after Victory, ib. The Rock of Cader Idris,

A Song of Delos,

396

A Farewell to Wales,

Ancient Greek Chant of Victory,

387

Come Away.

The Death Song of Alcestis,

ib. Music from Shore,

The Fall of D'Assas,

368 Fair Ellen of Kirconnel,

Naples :-a Song of the Syren,

ib.

Look on me with thy cloudless Eyes,

Chorus, translated from the Alcestis of Alfieri, 389

I Go, Sweet Friends,

Near Thee, Süll near Thee,

ib. If Thou hast crushed a Flower,

The Sisters,

ib.

Brightly hast thou Aed, -

Oh! Droop Thou Not!

390

Sing to me. Gondolier,

Mignon's Song ;-Translated from Goethe,

391

O'er the Far Blue Mountaing,

The Last Song of Sappho,

0 Thou Breeze of Spring,

Dirge,

392

Come to me, Dreams of Heaven,

A Song of the Rose,

ib. Good Night,

Night Blowing Flowers,

393 Let Her Depart,

The Wanderer and the Night Flowers,

ib. I would we had not met again,

Echo Song,

ib.

Water-Lilies, -

The Muffled Drum,

ib. The Broken Flower,

The Swan and the Sky-Lark,

394 Fairies' Recall,

Songs of Spain,

395 By a Mountain Stream at Rest,

Ancient Battle Song,

ib. The Rock beside the Sea,

The Zegri Maid,

ib.

O ye Voices gone,

The Rio Verde Song,

ib.

Is there some Spirit sigbing.

Seek by the Silvery Darro,

ib. The Name of England.

Spanish Evening Hymn,

396 Old Norway,

Bird, that art Singing on Ebro's Side,

ib.

Come to me, Gentle Sleep,

Moorish Gathering Song,

ib.

Englisb Soldier's Song of Memory,

The Song of Mina's Soldiers,

ib.

Mother, Oh! Sing me to Rest,

ib. MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.

There are Sounds in the Dark Roncesvalles, jb. The Home of Love,

The Curfew-Song of England,

• 397

Books and Flowers,

The Call to Battle,

ib. The Faith of Love,

Songs for Summer Hours,

398 For a Picture of St. Cecilia attended by Angels,

And I too in Arcadia,

ib. The Voice of the Waves,

The Wandering Wind, .

ib. The Victor,

Ye are not miss'd, Fair Flowers,

ib. O'Connor's Child,

Willow Song. -

399 The Haunted House,

Leave me Not Yet,

ib, The Brigand Leader and his Wife,

The Orange-Bough,

The Child's Return from the Woodlands,

The Stream set Free,

The Sister's Dream,

The Summer's Call,

400 Written after Visiting a Tomb,

Oh! Sky-Lark for thy Wing,

ib. Prologue to the Tragedy of Fiesco,

Genius Singing to Love,

ib. A Farewell to Abbotsford,

l'he Bird at Sea,

401 Scene in a Dalecarlian Mine,

Music at a Death-Bed,

ib. A Thought of the Future,

Marshal Schwerin's Grave,

402 A Thought of Home, at Sea,

ib.

ib.
123
ib

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438

Page.

A Thought of the Rose,

423

The Bell at Sea, -

424

The Cottage Girl.

ib.

Death of an lolant,

ib.

The Sublerranean Stream,

ib.

The Penitent's Offering,

425

Things that Change,

ib.

Hymn of the Vaudois Mountaineers, in times of Per-
secution, -

ib.
Fountain of Marah,

426
Evening Song of the Tyrolese Peasants,

ib.

Fragment,

427

The Image of the Dead,

ib.

The ley of Kenilworth,

ib.

Lights and Shades,

428

Monumental Inscription,

ib.

Korner and his sister,

ib.

The Spells of Home,

429

The Fallen Lime-Trec,

ib,

The Freed Bird,

430

Tin Meeting of the Brothers,

ib.

Man and Woman,

431

Owen Glyndwyr's War-Song,

432

Swiss Home-Sickness,

ib.

The Voice of God,

ib.

Poetry of the Psalms,

433

The Wanderer,

ib.

Tha Shepherd Poet of the Alpe,

ib.

The Welcome to Death,

435

The Prayer for Life,

ib.

The Baule-Field,

436

The Broken Lule, -

ib,

The Recall, -

437

The Masquer's Song,

ib.

Time's Song,

The Huguenot's Farewell,

ib.

Sabbath Sonnet, -

ib.

The Childe's Destiny,

439

To the Memory of a Friend and Relative,

ib.

Woman and Fame,

440

Washington's Statue,

ib.

Marguerite of France,

ib.

The Silent Multitude,

The Flower of the Desert,

442

The Cross of the South,

ib.

The English Boy, •

443

Lines written for the Albam at Rosanna, in 1829, - ib.

Despondency and Aspiration,

Antique Greek Lament,

445

Records of the Spring of 1834,

446

A Vernal Thought,

ib.

To the Sky,

ib.

On watching the Flight of a Skylark,

ib.

On Records of Immature Genius,

ib.

A Thought of the Sea,

ib.

Distant Sound of the Sea at Evening,

• 447

The River Clwyd in North Wales,

ib.

Orchard Blossoms,

ib.

To a distant Scene,

ib.

Thoughts connected with Trees,

ib.

The same,

ib.

A Remembrance of Grasmere,

ib.

On Reading Paul and Virginia in Childhood, 448

A Thought at Sunset,

ib.

Images of Patriarchal Life,

ib.

Attraction of the East,

ib.

To an Aged Friend,

ib.

Foliage,

ib.

A Prayer,

449

Prayer Continued,

ib.

Memorial of a Cottversation,

ib.

Records of the Autumn of 1834, -

ib.

The Return to Poetry,

ib.

na reading Coleridge's Epitapk written by himself, ib.

ib.

On a Scene in the Dargle,

ib.

Design and Performance,

ib.

To Silvio Pellico on reading his "Prigione," ib.

To the same, Released,

ib.

The Procession,

451

To the Blue Anemone,

ib.

The Burial in the Desert,

452

The Maremma,

ib.

Sebastian of Portugal:-A Dramatic Fragment, 455

Translations from Horace,

460

To Venus,

ib.

To his Attendant,

ib.

To Delius,

ib.

To the Fountain of Bandusia,

461

To Faunus,

ib.

In Imitation of part of Ode III. Book II., - 462

On the Hebe of Canova,

ib.

Ode on the defeat of King Sebastian of Portugal, and

his Army, in Africa,

ib.

Fragments from the Iphigenia of Goethe,

463

Joy of Pylades on hearing his Native Language, ib.

Exclamation of Iphigenia on seeing her Brother, ib.

Lot of Man and Woman compared by Iphigenia ib.

Longing of Orestes for repose, -

404

Hark! in the trembling leaves,

ib.

The Sculptured Children, on Chantrey's Monument

in Lichfield Cathédral,

ib.

The Voice of Music, -

465

The Chieftain's Son,

ib,

Passing away,

ib

The Wish,

466

Song for Air by Hummel,

ib.

A Fragment,

ib.

To a Wandering Female Singer,

ib

Song of the Spanish Wanderer,

467

No More,

ib.

To my own Portrait,

ib.

The Broken Chain,

468

The Angler,

The Funeral Genius, an Antique Statue,

ib.

The Song of Penitence,

A Tale of the Fourteenth Century: A Fragment, ib,

The Bard's Farewell,

474

To the Mountain Winds,

ib.

Welsh Melodies,

475

Druid Chorus on the landing of the Romans, * ib.

The Sea-Song of Gavran,

ib.

The Hall of Cynddylan,

ib.

The Lament of Llywarch Hen,

476

Grufydd's Feast,

ib.

The Cambrian in America,

The Monarchy of Britain,

ib.

Taliesin's Prophecy,

ib.

Prince Madoc's Farewell,

ib,

Caswallon's Triumph,

478

Howell's Song,

ib.

The Mountain-Fires,

ib.

Eryri Wen,

479

Chant of the Bards before their Massacre by Ed-

ward I. -

ib

The Green Isles of Ocean,

ib.

The Hirlas Horn,

480

The Fair Isle,

ib,

Song, founded on an Arabian Anecdote,

ib,

Alp-Horn Song, translated from the German of Tieck, 481

Haunted Ground,

ib.

The Child of the Forests,

482

Stanzas to the Memory of

ib.

The Contadina

ib.

On a Flower from the Field of Gruil

The Star of the Mino,

ib.

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