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Epistles, ODES, &c., continued-
The Tell-tale Lyre
To the Flying-Fish
To Miss Moore
îo Cara, after an Interval of Absence
To Cara, on the Dawning of a New-Year's Day
To the Invisible Girl .
Peace and Glory
1801. “ To be the theme"
Song. “Take back the sigh"
A Ballad. The Lake of the Dismal Swamp
To the Marchioness Dowager of Donegal
The Genius of Harmony
To George Morgan, Esq., of Norfolk, Virginia
The Ring. “No-Lady! Lady!”
On seeing her with a White Veil a:d
a Rich Girdle
“When I loved you
From the Greek of Meleager .
Lines, written in a Storm at Sea
Odes to Nea. Written at Bermuda
Odes to Nea. “I pray you, let us roam”
“You read it in my languid eyes”
A Dream of Antiquity
"Well-peace to thy heart”
“If I were yonder wave, my dear"
“I stole along the flowery bank”
A Kiss a l'antique
There's not a Look”
To Joseph Atkinson, Esq., from Bermuda
Love and Reason
To Fanny. “Nay, do not weep"
Aspasia. “ 'Twas in the fair Aspasia's bower”
The Grecian Girl's Dream of the Blessed Islands
The Steersman's Song
To Chloe, Imitated from Martial
To the Fire-Fly
The Vase. “There was a vase
EPISTLES, ODES, &c., continued-
The Wreath and the Chain
“And hast thou marked "
To Lord Viscount Forbes
Song. “The wreath you wove”
Lying. “I do confess, in many a sigh”
Anacreontic. “I filled to thee'
To --'s Picture. “Go then, if she"
Fragment of a Mythological Hymn to Love .
To his Serene Highness the Duke of Montpensier, on
his Portrait of the Lady Adelaide Forbes
The Philosopher Aristippus, to a Lamp which ; as
given him by Lais
To Mrs. Bl-h-d. Written in her Album .
To Thomas Hume, Esq., M.D.
The Snake, 1801
Lines written on leaving Philadelphia
The Fall of Hebe. A Dithyrambic Ode
“That wrinkle, when first
Anacreontic. “She never looked so kind before"
To Mrs. On some Calumnies against her
Hymn of a Virgin of Delphi at the Tomb of her Mother
Rings and Seals
To Miss Susan Beckford, on her Singing
Lines written at the Cohos, or Falls of the Mohawk
Chloris and Fanny
Song of the Evil Spirit of the Woods
To Mrs. Henry Tighe, on reading her “ Psyche"
Impromptu, upon Leaving some Friends,
To the Honourable W. R. Spencer
A Warning to
“'Tis time, I feel”
From the High-Priest of Apollo to a Virgin of Dulphi
“Away, away--you're all the same”
Ballad Stanzas. “I knew by the smoke”
“Come take the harp”
A Vision of Philosophy
“ The world had just begun"
EPISTLES, ODES, &c., continued
To Mrs. “To see thee every day”
A Canadian Boat-Song
To the Lady Charlotte Rawdon
Impromptu, after a visit to Mrs. of Montreal
Written on passing Deadman's Island
To the Boston Frigate, on leaving Halifax for England
To Lady H--, on an Old Ring found at Tunbridge
“Never mind how the pedagogue
Song. “Sweetest love ! I'll not forget thee”
Did not. “ 'Twas a new feeling"
At Night. “At night when all is still around"
Dear Fanny. “She has beauty, but still ”
“Here's the Bower".
I saw the Moon rise clear. A Finland Love Song
Love and the Sun-dial
Love and Time
Love's Light Summer-cloud
“Love, wandering through the Golden Maze"
Merrily every bosom boundeth. The Tyrolese Song
Remember the Time. The Castilian Maid
Oh, soon return
One Dear Smile
The Day of Love
The Song of War
The Young Rose
“When midst the gay I meet”
“When twilight dews"
“Sigh not thus”
"'Tis love that murmurs"
"Wilt thou say farewell, Love"
“Cease, uh cease to tempt ”