Index of Authors' Contributions
to British Literary Annuals

This index was compiled from my research, Andrew Boyle's An Index to the Annuals 1820-1850 and Frederick Faxon's Literary Annuals and Gift Books: A Bibliography 1823-1903. To view prose or poetry pieces, click on the Title.

The author's biographical identification is from Boyle's index (not my own).  Understandably, these identifications are somewhat dated and most likely unappreciative of the entire biographical data of the individual.

ABDY, MARIA. (d.1867) [Click name for separate entry.]
 
ANNA.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Fairy Gambols, 1828, 304. (Boyle 10).
 
Aρταδνη.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Farewell, 1828, 416. (Boyle 11).
 
BAILLIE, MRS. MARIANNE. (d. 1830). Traveller and author, Wrote on Manners and Customs of Portugal.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Ivy, 1830, 276
Light and Shade: a Portuguese Sketch, 1830, 343. (Boyle 15).
 

BALFOUR, ALEXANDER. (1767-1829). Minor Scots poet, a friend of Burns; worked in Blackwood's publishing house. Parodied Crabbe.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To the Swallow, 1827, 159 
The Dream, 1827, 218 
Garden Rhymes, 1827, 344 
To an Itinerant Musician, 1827, 380 
The Haunt of Glen-Fyne: a Tradition of the Western Highlands, 1828, 163 
My Native Vale, 1830, 414.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Ballad-Singer, 1829, 332.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Modern Love, 1827, 199 
To a Lady Singing, 1828, 396. (Boyle 15). 

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BALL, WILLIAM. Author of "Nugæ Sacræ." A member of the Society of Friends.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Harebell and the Foxglove, 1828, 9
The Mother's Lament, 1828, 200
The Prophet in the Wilderness, 1829, 130
On Sickness, 1829, 307
A Wild-flower Wreath, 1832, 239. (Boyle 15).
 
BALMANNO, MRS. Wife of Robert Balmanno, who was Secretary to the Artists' Benevolent Fund, and corresponded with Laurence, Stothard, Fuseli and others. She went to New York.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Undine, 1830, 205.

Gem [1829-32]
May Talbot, 1829, 55
Rose Malcolm, 1830, 44. (Boyle 16).
 
BARKER, MATTHEW HENRY. "The Old Sailor" (1790-1846). Writer of naval stories. Author of "Greenwich Hospital," "Tough Yarns."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Red Flag at the Fore, 1829, 383
Greenwich Hospital, 1830, 241
Daddy Davy the Negro: a True Tale, 1831, 35
Frère due Diable, 1832, 159
The Great Belt, 1834, 97
The Warlock: a Tale of the Sea, 1835, 25
The Lion and the Lamb, 1836, 199
The Gravestone without a name, 1838, 121
Old Betty's Nook, 1840, 7
Morris's Island, 1842, 169
The Delicate Point, 1844, 53
The Hermit of the Rock, 1845, 13
The Portrait: a Tale of the Reign of Charles the Second, 1846, 237.

Friendship's Offering
[1824-44]
The Two Lighthouses, 1838, 74
The Avenger, 1838, 325.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
Anecdotes of Monkeys, 1829, 54.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not. [1830-32]
The Fisherman's Family, 1830, 153
to my boy Tom on giving him his first spelling book, 1830, 268
Ghost Stories, 1832, 13. (Boyle 17).
 

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BARTON, BERNARD. Quaker poet (1784-1849). [Click name for separate entry.]
 

BAYLEY, THOMAS HAYNES. (1797-1839). (Also spelled Bayly in FMN 1830.) [Click name for separate entry.]
BEAUFORT, M.E.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Christian, 1829, 29. (Boyle 22).
 
BEEVOR, MISS M.L. ("M.L.B.")

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
St. Feinah's Tree: a Legend of Loch Neagh, 1830, 155
The Benshee of Shane: a Tradition of the North of Ireland, 1831, 123
The Waltz: a Tale founded on Facts, 1834, 337.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The Truants: a Tale of my School Days, 1831, 189
The Little Thief, 1832, 191. (Boyle 22-23).
 
BELL, ROBERT. (1800-1867). Irish miscellaneous writer. Editor of the Atlas newspaper.  Contributed to Lardner's Cabinet Encyclopaedia.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Messenger Dove, 1828, 107
The Heart and the Altar, 1828, 177
The Capture of Linlithgow Castle in 1313, 1837, 121
A Pleasant Party: a London Sketch, 1844, 181.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Spirit of Nature, 1827, 377. (Boyle 23).

 

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BENGER, MISS ELIZABETH OGILVIE. (1778-1827). Miscellaneous writer. Wrote "History of Mary Queen of Scots."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Escape of Mary Queen of Scots from Loch Leven Castle, 1827, 381.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Elizabeth Woodville: an autograph sketch of the fifteenth century, 1827, 37. (Boyle 24).
 

 

BIRD, JAMES. (1788-1830). Dramatist and minor poet.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
A Tale of St. Michael's Mount, 1826, 136 
The Ordeal of the Heart, 1827, 89 
May Father's Grave, 1827, 299 
To a Little Girl, 1828, 78 
Alice, 1828, 105 
To the Altar, 1829, 121 
Constancy, 1829, 157.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Dying Brigand, 1827, 70 
Serenade, 1827, 323.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Lines written on the lid of a coffin, 1827, 335.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
To Emma, 1828, 176 
My Village, 1828, 316 
The Warrior's Bride: a Tale of the Boyne, 1828, 411.

Gem [1829-32]
On the Wreck of a Brig off Dunwich, 1831, 249.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
Frank and his Kite, 1830, 41 
To my child at play, 1830, 150 
Going to Market, 1831, 175 
Returning from market, 1832, 125. (Boyle 27-8).

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BIRD, JOHN.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Agatha Gheranzi, 1828, 305
The Faithful Guardian, 1829, 65
The Cornet's Widow, 1829, 131
Eva, 1830, 145
The Convent of St. Ursula, 1830, 361
Spring, 1831, 214
The Haunted Chamber, 1831, 279
The Gladiator, 1832, 155
The Last of the Family, 1834, 309
Song, 1837, 256
Hope, 1837, 355.

Amulet [1826-36]
Cain, 1828, 276
The Sabbath Bell, 1829, 165
The Martyr, 1829, 291.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
The New Inn, 1828, 39
Ada to her Lover, 1828, 91
Agnes, 1828, 235.

Bijou [1828-30]
Canzonet, 1828, 200
The Family Pictures, 1829, 29
The Wars of the Roses, 1829, 257
The Student of Padua, 1830, 255.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The Boy of Egremond, 1830, 53
The Widow's Son, 1830, 79
The Seasons, 1831, 21
School Days, 1831, 66. (Boyle 28-29).
 

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BLESSINGTON, (COUNTESS OF), née POWER, MARGUERITE.  (1789-1849). [Click name for separate entry.]
 

BOOKER, REV. DR. LUKE. (1762-1835). Vicar of Dudley. Minor poet and antiquarian. Wrote some plays. Author of "Euthanasia."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To an infant, 1827, 78 
To the last Star of Morning, 1827, 86 
Impromptu, 1827, [230] 
Lines, 1830, 154.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
On seeing the Portrait of a Beloved Deceased Child, 1830, 73 
Lines addressed to a Juvenile Son on presenting him with a watch as a New Year's Gift, 1831, 17 
To a Beloved Child on her Birthday, 1831, 209. (Boyle 32).
 

 

BÖTTIGER, PROFESSOR.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Madonna of St. Sixtus, by Raphael, 1825, 165. (Boyle 33).

 

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BOWDICH, MRS. T.E. (in Boyle as Mrs. R. Lee). Married Mr. Robert Lee. Artist and popular writer on natural history, etc.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Adumissa, 1826, 233 
Amba, the Witch's Daughter, 1827, 9
The Booroom Slave, 1828, 37 
Eliza Carthago, 1829, 57 
The Life of a Hero, 1830, 325 
La Mère des Soldats, 1832, 227 
A Night Alarm, 1835, 117 
The Busy Friends: A Spanish Story, 1836, 321 
The Caterer, 1837, 211 
The Coat of Arms, 1838, 259 
Hammer and Nails, 1839, 175 
The Tapestried Chair, 1840, 343 
Florence; or, the Sutherland Family, 1841, 269 
Scenes in Wales, 1842, 59 
The Pirate, 1843, 63 
Emily: a Portrait from an Artist's studio, 1844, 149.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Going to Sea and the Ship's Crew, 1829, 361 
The Voyage Out, 1830, 85 
Agay the Salt-Carrier, 1831, 137 
A Visit to Empoongwa, 1833, 294.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
Cecilia Howard, 1832, 173.(Boyle 169).

 

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BOWLES, REV. WILLIAM LISLE. (1762-1850). Divine and poet. Edited Pope and had a controversy with Byron on the subject.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
On seeing a bust of R.B. Sheridan, 1827, 77 
The Legend of St. Cecilia and the Angel, 1828, 28 
The Boa Gaut, East Indies, 1831, 325.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Glastonbury Abbey and Wells Cathedral, 1826, 64 
Written at Silchester, 1826, 308 
Go, Beautiful and Gentle Dove, 1826, 393 
The Pilgrim at the Tomb of Shakespeare, 1827, 332.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
To Miss Stephens, 1825, 83 
The Sanctuary, 1825, 249 
The Swallow and the Read Breast: An Apologue, 1825, 285 
Childe Harold's Last Pilgrimage, 1826, 43 
Sonnets, On the Busts of Milton, in Youth and Age, at Stourhead, 1827, 15 
On Chantrey's Sleeping Children, 1827, 295 
On an Eclipse of the Moon at Midnight, 1828, 71.

Amulet [1826-36]
Consecration, 1826, 127 
A Village Hymn, 1826, 204 
On Meeting Some Friends of Youth, 1827, 98 
Restoration of Malmesbury Abbey, 1827, 121 
Introduction to "The Ark," a Poem for Music, 1828, 393.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
My Father's Grave is here, 1828, 313.

Bijou [1828-30]
On His Majesty's Return to Windsor Castle, 1828, 91 
The Blind Soldier and Daughter, 1829, 10, Cameo 157.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
The Gipsy's Tent, 1829, 166. (Boyle 35-6).
 

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BOWRING, DR. JOHN. (1792-1872). [Click name for separate entry.]

BRANDRETH, HENRY. Author of "Field Flowers."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
My Stella's Return, 1825, 69 
Verses, 1825, 174 
Lines, 1825, 231 
Song, 1826, 78 
Stanzas to Stella, 1827, 117 
Song, 1827, 361 
Song, 1828, 155 
Childhood, 1830, 240 
The Bee, 1831, 236 
Avondale, 1831, 262 
Song, 1838, 184.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Oh! where is Friendship's Dwelling?, 1836, 61.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
The Floweret of Love, 1828, 37 
Farewell Awhile to Thee, Mary, 1828, 174 
The Field of Bannockburn, 1828, 245 
Stanzas, 1828, 383. (Boyle 38-9).

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BRAY, MRS. (1790-1883). Novelist.  Married Charles A. Stothard, and later Rev. E.A. Bray. Wrote several historical romances.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To a Wood-Dove, 1829, 125.

Friendship's Offering
[1824-44]
To a Lady on the Birth of an Infant, 1842, 242. (Boyle 39).
 
BURNEY, F.H. [Editor of Musical Bijou.]

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Song, 1830, 233. (Boyle 44).
BYRON, LORD. (1788-1824). [All printed/published posthumously.]

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To My Dear Mary Anne, 1830, 38.

Friendship's Offering
[1824-44]
Stanzas to her who best can understand them, 1826, 102
To Lady Caroline Lamb, 1826, 230.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Lines written in the Livre des Etrangers of the Union Hotel at Chamouni, 1827, 231
To Ianthe (Dedication of "Childe Harold's Pilgimage"), 1830, 96.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
Solitude, 1827, 127
Sun of the Sleepless, 1827, 275.

Keepsake [1828-61]
Letters from Byron to several friends, 1830, 216.

Anniversary [1829-1830]
Letter on economy, 1829, 254.

Gem [1829-32]
Conrad and Gulnare, 1832, 204.

[Heath’s] Book of Beauty. [1833-1847;
continued as “Book of Beauty,” 1848]  
Thou art not false, but thou are fickle, 1847, 1. (Boyle 45).
 

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C., MARY.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Float: a Tale, 1828, 211. (Boyle 47).
 
CAMPBELL, THOMAS. (1777-1844). Poet. Author of "Hohenlinden."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Lines written in sickness, 1828, 3.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Lines on leaving a Scene in Bavaria, 1825, 149 (not contributed, transcribed from an album)
Trafalgar, 1826, 256
Lines on the State of Greece, 1827, 107

Amulet [1826-36]
The Last Man, 1828, 33

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
I Think of Thee, 1827, 13
To the Rainbow, 1827, 201
The Last Man, 1827, 325

Diadem [1832, 39]
Napoleon and the British Sailor, 1838, 1. (Boyle 49-50).
 

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CAREY, MISS ELIZABETH SHERIDAN.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Friendship of Home, 1828, 30. (Boyle 50).

CARRINGTON, NOEL THOMAS. (1777-1830). Devonshire poet. Author of "Dartmoor."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Sailor's Fate, 1828, 207
Lydford Bridge, 1829, 380.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
The Storm, 1827, 252
The Pixies of Devon, 1829, 358
Endsleigh, 1831, 316.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Druid, 1828, 74.

Bijou [1828-30]
The Hellweathers, 1828, 92; Cameo, 108
My Native Village, 1829, 17; Cameo, 167.

Gem [1829-32]
Ready for Sea, 1830, 262. (Boyle 51).
 

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CAUNTER, REV. [H.J.] HOBART. (1794-1851). Miscellaneous writer; lived in India and edited the Oriental Annual.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Woman's Eye, 1829, 148
The Maniac, 1829, 371
The Death of the Dove, 1830, 303.

Amulet [1826-36]
Stanzas on Friendship, 1829, 215.

Iris [1830-31]
On the Efficacy of Religion, 1830, 329.

Remembrance [1831, 38, 43]
The Exile's Return, 1831, 206.

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
On Two Infants, 1829, 108
Ode to Winter, 1830, 225.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
A Sister's Lamentation, 1820, 196.

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
Lines to a Friend, 1830, 129
Song, 1830, 213. (Boyle 52).
 
CLARE, JOHN. (1793-1864). The Northamptonshire Peasant Poet.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Song, 1829, 68
On a Child killed by Lightning, 1829, 272
The Deity, 1832, 298
Pleasures of Life, 1844, 275.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Maid of the Hall, 1827, 339
To a Friend, E.L.E., 1828, 170
Evening pastime, 1829, 60
Nature, 1829, 60
The Wren, 1829, 151
A Spring Morning, 1829, 416
To the Redbreast, 1830, 211
The Thrush's Nest, 1831, 127
Sonnet, 1833, 113
The Nightingale's Nest, 1833, 358
Our own Fireside, 1835, 176.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
First Love's Recollections, 1826, 203
Song, 1826, 410
Ballad, 1827, 379
Crowland Abbey, 1828, 196
Sonnet, 1828, 364.

Amulet [1826-36]
Sonnet, 1826, 24
Sonnet, 1826, 255
Sonnet to a Young Lady, 1827, 261
Spring, 1828, 279
The Quiet Mind, 1828, 301
Autumn, 1828, 396
Mortality, 1829, 145
Fame, 1829, 266
Death of Beauty, 1829, 293
To the Memory of Bloomfield, 1829, 318
May Morning, 1834, 298.

Anniversary [1829-1830]
Ode to Autumn, 1829, 75.

Gem [1829-32]
To the Memory of ****, 1829, 322
Boston Church, 1830, 123.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
Life, Hope, and Death, 1827, 104
The Summer Morning, 1827, 198
To Harry Stoe Van Dyk, 1828, 385.

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
The Grasshopper, 1829, 118.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The Birds and St. Valentine, 1830, 57. (Boyle 58-59).
 

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CLARKE, REV. WILLIAM BRANWHITE. (1798-1878). Geologist and minor poet.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Sonnets, 1825, 214 
Stanzas, 1826, 104 
Visit to Chillon, 1827, 301 
On a Heavy Fall of Snow, 1829, 305.

Amulet [1826-36]
A Vernal Ode, 1826, 357.

Iris [1830-31]
Sonnet, 1830, 272.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
Stanzas written during a tedious illness, 1828, 200. (Boyle 60).
 

CLAUREN, H.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Mimili, 1824, 38. (Boyle 60).

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COBBOLD, MRS. ELIZABETH. (1767-1824). Norfolk poetess and novelist. Mother of the author of "Margaret Catchpole."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
La Bagatelle: a Valentine, 1825, 162 
Gunhilda; or, the Champion Page: a Dramatic Scene, 1825, 207
Serenade, 1826, 266.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The Rainbow, 1830, 218. (Boyle 61).
 

COCKLE, MRS. Author of "Moral Truths," "Juvenile Truths," etc.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Woman's Love, 1829, 289.

Iris [1830-31]
Lines Written at Rome, after visiting the Collosseum by monlight, 1830, 205
Parted Twins, 1831, 218.

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
To a Young Friend with a Pocket-book, 1829, 133
Written in the first page of a Young Lady's Album, 1829, 159. (Boyle 61-2).
 
COLLIER, JAMES PAYNE ["I.P.C."] (1789-1883).  Shakespearian scholar and minor poet.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Praise of Love, from Ariosto's "Capitoli Amorso XV," 1828, 127
Mary's Smile, 1828, 127.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Roses, imitated from Lorenzo Pignotti, 1827, 360.

Bijou [1828-30]
A Race by Cupids, 1830, 49; Cameo, 136
Love and Folly, 1830, 129; Cameo, 177. (Boyle 64).
 

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COSTELLO, LOUISA STUART. (1799-1870). Miniature painter, minor poet and novelist.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Funeral Boat, 1829, 185. (Boyle 68).
 

CROLY, REV. GEORGE. (1780-1860). Miscellaneous writer; wrote poems and novels. Author of "Salathiel." Edited The Graces or Literary Souvenir (1824).

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Island of Atlantis, 1826, 117 
A Dirge, 1827, 3 
The Russian Black Eagle, 1827, 75 
Maria de Torquemada, 1827, 87 
The Greek and the Turkman, 1827, 227 
The Outlaw, 1827, 268 
The Enchanted Castle, 1827, 295 
Conscience, 1827, 328 
The Monument, 1827, 390.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Contadina, dictating her Love-Letter, 1827, 253.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Restoration of Israel, 1827, 63 
The Rose of Castle Howard, 1829, 35. (Boyle 70).
 

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CUNNINGHAM, ALLAN. (1784-1842) Scottish poet and miscellaneous writer. Wrote "Lives of the Painters." Editor of The Anniversary, q.v.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Song of the Ceylonese Women, 1828, 301
Hamilton's Revenge, 1834, 159
The Surprise of Montrose, 1842, 217.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Broken Vow, 1826, 349
The Magic Ship, 1828, 47
The Minstrel's Love, 1829, 75
The Poet's Oak, 1830, 381
Sandie Harg: a Song of the Solway, 1831, 111
The Poet's Love, 1832, 287
The Lover and his Mistress, 1833, 352
Jenny's First Love-Letter, 1837, 253
Flora MacDonald, 1838, 157
Jenny Tamson's Surprise, 1839, 361
Mary of Scotland, 1841, 145.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
The Poet's Bridal Day Song, 1825, 34
The Poet's Birthplace, 1826, 170
The Lass of Gleneslan Mill, 1827, 13
The British Sword, 1827, 117
The British Sailor's Song, 1828, 171
Address to the Duke of Wellington and his companions on the Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, June 18th, 1836.

Amulet [1826-36]
My Native Vale, 1830, 48
The Poet's Landscape, 1832, 83
The English Sea-Captain's Song, 1833, 124
The Eagle, 1834, 171
My Lassie wi' the Sunny Locks, 1836, 273.

Bijou [1828-30]
The Poet Warrior, 1828, 29; Cameo, 139.

Anniversary [1829-1830]
On the Psyche of Sir Thomas Lawrence, 1829, 6
The King at Windsor, 1829, 24
The Little Gleaner, 1829, 58
The Magic Bridle: A Tale, 1829, 136
The Mother Praying, 1829, 168
The Sea-King's Death Song, 1829, 198
Newstead Abbey, 1829, 250
The Young Cottagers, 1829, 314.

Gem [1829-32]
The Standard Bearer, 1830, 157

Finden's Tableaux [1837-1844]
Poland, Lament of the Polish Exile, 1837, 15

Diadem [1832, 39]
My Fair Gleaner, 1838, 53.

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
The town child and the country child, 1829, 20
My son! my son!, 1830, 9
On the portrait of Master John Lockhart, 1830, 83
The Morning Song, 1831, 21
Margaret and Mary, 1832, 131
The Poet's Invitation, 1833, 22
The Grasshopper, 1834, 40
Song of the Wild Bee, 1837, 17. (Boyle 71-72).
 

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CURSHAM, MARY ANNE.  Author of "Martin Luther."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Destinies, 1830, 40.
Annerly, 1831, 307.

Amulet [1826-36]
An Impromptu Prayer, 1828, 356. (Boyle 73).
 
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