Index of Authors' Contributions
to British Literary Annuals

(Cont.)

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.

LAC[E]Y, J. M. Minor novelist.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Beninboo and Dabuma, 1824, 198 
Marianne, 1825, 268. (Boyle 161).
 

LANDON (LETITIA ELIZABETH). (1802-1838) [Click name for separate entry.]

 

LAWRANCE, MISS H. Author of "London in the Olden Time." Historical writer and novelist.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Goldsmith of Westcheap, 1829, 331
Lady Jane Beauport, 1831, 271
The Three Vows of Fitz-Aucher: a Legend of the Forest of Essex, 1831, 327
Trust not to Seeming, 1933, 125
The Great Balas Ruby, 1834, 13
King Alfred's Return, 1836, 51
The Mint Master of Winchester, 1836, 85
An Alchemist's Fortunes, 1837, 91
Lady Blanche, 1837, 225
Earl Warwick's Seal Ring, 1838, 269
The Belle Sauvage Plot, 1839, 85
The Dappled Doe: a Convent Legend, 1840, 287
The King's Banner-Bearer, 1841, 35
Louis XI at Plessis-les-Tours, 1842, 85
The Dying Knight, 1842, 235
Swanhilda's Song, 1847, 37.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Andrew Melville in Youth and Age, 1829, 347
Whatever Betide--for the Right, 1830, 259
To the White Lily, 1830, 186
Queen Mary and the Commissioners of the Scottish Church, 1830, 253
Vavasor Pleasaunce; or, The Old Minister's Tale, 1832, 265
Cromwell House, 1833, 362
Master Dod's Blession, 1834, 181
The Unwilling Deceiver, 1835, 181
A Tale of the North Road, 1836, 331.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Lady Jane's Merlin: a Tale of Windsor Castle, 1826, 219
On the Elgin Marbles, 1827, 71.

Amulet [1826-36]
Sir Edgar and his Falcon, 1828, 305.

Winter's Wreath [1828-32]
An Old Man's Message, 1831, 244.

Gem [1829-32]
Shearman's Miracle Play: a Tale of the Fourteenth Century, 1829, 292
A Tale for the Lord Mayor's Day, 1830, 161. (Boyle 167-68).

 

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LEONTINE.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Man, 1829, 269
The Chain Broken, 1830, 238
War, 1831, 188
The Reproach at Parting, 1832, 49
On a Wedding Ring, 1832, 92
The First Look, 1833, 160
Life's Pageants, 1834, 304
Vows, 1835, 235. (Boyle 171).
 

LUSCOMBE, JOHN.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Recollections of My Youth, 1827, 123 
The Convent Bell, 1827, 160.

Amulet [1826-36]
A Sketch from Real Life, 1827, 253 
Amy Vernon, 1828, 232.

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
The Pet Lamb: a True Story, 1830, 207.

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
A Christmas Story, 1829, 205 
The Snow-Storm, 1830, 71.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
An Early Recollection, 1830, 199 
Paulo, the Image Boy, 1832. 159. (Boyle 176).

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LYNDSAY, DAVID. [This name is a pseudonym for Mary Diana Dods, the cross-dressing poet. Click her name to see complete entry. Not attributed in Boyle.1]

M., F.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Farewell of Day, 1828, 360.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
The Lazzaroni, 1827, 77.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
The Song of the Syren, 1828, 354. (Boyle 177-78).
 
MCNAGHTEN, CAPT. SIR WILLIAM HAY [written M'Naghten in 1828 FMN table of contents] Served in India under the East India Company, and later was in the Diplomatic Service as Minister to Afghanistan, where he was murdered.  Married Sarah, sister of Emma Roberts, q.v.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Triumph of Poetry, 1828, 295
Farewell, 1828, 379
Banks of the Ganges, 1829, 127
The Stolen Kiss, 1830, 130
The Sacrifice, 1831, 193
Remember Me Not, 1834, 299
The Love-Suit, 1835, 195
Song, 1846, 236.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Sea Storm, 1829, 241.

Amulet [1826-36]
Tears, 1829, 195
The Bengal Missionary, 1836, 251.

Hood's Comic Annual [1830-39, 42]
New Oaths for Lovers, 1833, 39
Ode to a Shaving Brush, 1835, 217.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
The Toy Shop, 1833, 68
Holiday Rhymes, 1834, 65
Hints for the Holidays, 1835, 155
Baby in her Third Year, 1836, 129. (Boyle 183).
 

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MACNISH, ROBERT. (Pseudonym, A Modern Pythagorean)

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Terence O'Flaherty, 1829, 69
The Red Man, 1830, 49
A Vision of Robert the Bruce, 1832, 55
Song, 1832, 117
The Tear, 1832, 223
Death and the Fisherman, 1833, 245
A Night near Monte Video, 1836, 121.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Covenanters, 1829, 113.

Winter's Wreath [1828-32]
Canzonet, 1830, 144
Loves of the Learned, 1830, 165. (Boyle 183).
 
MACRAY, JOHN. Author of "Stray Leaves" and translations from the German.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To a Star, 1828, 222.

Bijou [1828-30]
The Purple Evening, 1828, 80. (Boyle 183).

 

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MALCOLM, JOHN.  Minor poet and novelist. Author of "Tales of Field and Flood."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Waters of Oblivion, 1830, 204
The March, 1831, 277.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Spirit's Land, 1829, 187
Evening Hours, 1831, 34
Remorse, 1831, 181.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
The North-Wester, 1826, 97
The Return, written on revisiting Edinburgh, 1827, 93
Written in a Lady's Album, 1827, 192
Solitude, 1827, 323
The Shadow, 1828, 65
Love, 1828, 96
The Vesper Bell, 1828, 133
The First Land, 1828, 215
Night, 1829, 67
The Ship at Sea, 1829, 128
The Mariner's Grave, 1829, 327.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Parted Spirit, 1831, 143
The Palm Tree, 1833, 234.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
The Days of Other Years, 1828, 188.

Gem [1829-32]
The Halt on the March, 1830, 133
Stanzas, 1831, 214. (Boyle 185).
 

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MAUDE, THOMAS. Minor poet. Author of "Legend of Ravenswood," "The Schoolboy."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To the Wind, 1830, 167.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
The Poet, 1832, 307
Society, 1833, 24. (Boyle 187).
 

MEADOWS, T.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Song, 1825, 89. (Boyle 188).

 
MEMOR.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Time, 26, 379.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Farewell of Colonna, 35, 87. (Boyle 188).

 

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MICHELL, MAJOR NICHOLAS. (1807-1880). Minor novelist and poet.  Author of "Essay on Woman," "The Siege of Constantinople," "The Eventful Epoch," "The Traduced," "Ruins of Many Lands."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Soldier's Return, 1828, 133
Tintagel Castle, 1829, 85.
Remorse, 1829, 415
Hope, 1830, 88
Palmyra, 1831, 191
Morning in the East, 1831, 309
To the Tempest, 1832, 1848
Memory in Solitude, 1832, 50
The Mother, 1832, 277
Scamander, 1832, 304
A Banquet Scene, 1833, 86
To my Native Valley, 1833, 202
The Dying Infant, 1833, 298
Evening in Autumn, 1833, 342
The Italian Night, 1834, 128
Buried Friendship, 1834, 226
Lanherne Convent, 1834, 357
The Cottage in the Hebrides, 1835, 292
The Coliseum at Rome, 1839, 273
The Dying Seaman, 1841, 194
The Old Manor House, 1842, 16
Gertrude of Lanherne, 1843, 273
The Christian Victim, 1845, 141
The Spirit of Ruin, 1846, 97
The Bride of the Nile, 1847, 169

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Jessy: a Tale of Old London Bridge, 1843, 163
Love's Landing-place, 1844, 209.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Buried Friendship, 1834, 213.

Keepsake [1828-61]
The Smuggler's Bride, 1843, 133
The Painter's Daughter, 1843, 247
Ione of Athens: a Story of the Age of Tiberius, 1844, 107
The Ruined Squire, 1845, 34
Ianthe of Nimes, 1846, 157
The Rose-gatherer: a Romance of a Ruin, 1847, 31
Madeline Capel; or, The Scheming Guardians, 1849, 148
The Stockbroker's Daughter, 1850, 138
Cleonice, 1850, 169
The Pearl of Byzantium: a Historical Tale, 1851, 252
Pontius Pilate's Daughter, 1852, 72
The Creation of Woman, 1852, 132
The Hunchback of Grenoble, 1853, 126
Hymn to the Classic Rhone, 1854, 201
Gallic and English Beauties, 1855, 269
Spirits, 1857, 137.

Gem [1829-32]
The Storm, 1832, 263.

[Heath’s] Book of Beauty. [1833-1847; continued as “Book of Beauty,” 1848]  
Ernest Durant, 1844, 97
Galba's Daughter: a story of the Early Persecutions, 1845, 96
The Rebel's Wife, 1846, 45
The Heiress of Marseilles, 1847, 3.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
On a Child Sleeping, 1832, 21.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
Morning, 1831, 188
The Creator, 1832, 65.

Marshall's Christmas Box [1831-32]
A Melody, 1832, 194. (Boyle 190).

 

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MILLHOUSE, ROBERT. (1788-1839). Weaver and poet. Author of "Sherwood Forest," "The Destinies of Man."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To Music, 25, 172.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Sonnet, 29, 213.

Winter's Wreath [1828-32]
Sonnet, 29, 282
Mary's Tomb, 29, 302
Remembrance, 30, 10
The Minstrel's Destiny, 30, 179
The Ruin of Thebes, 31, 255
The Brief Sojourner, 32, 311

Iris [1830-31]
Sonnet, 30, 202. (Boyle 191). 
 

MILTITZ, C.D. VON.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Bridge of Sighs, 1826, 27. (Boyle 193).

 

MITFORD, MARY RUSSELL. (1787-1855). [Click name for  separate entry]
 

MOIR, D.L. "Delta." (1800-1870). [Click name for separate entry]
 

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MONTGOMERY, JAMES. "J.M." (1771-1854). Poet and hymn-writer. Author of "For ever with the Lord."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Night, 1824, 179 
A [Mother's] Lament for an Infant Daughter, 1825, 117 
A Riddle (written in an Album), 1826, 296 
Time Employed, Time Enjoyed, 1828, 7 
The Retreat, 1829, 7 
Epitaph on a Gnat, 1829, 67 
Bridal Greetings, 1829, 229 
The Worm and the Flower, 1830, 97 
The Gentianella, 1830, 200 
Garden Thoughts, 1830, 256 
An Every-day Tale, 1833, 115 
The Skylight, 1833, 335 
The Death of the Righteous, 1836, 48 
A Wedding Wish, 1836, 266 
The Blackbird, Morning, 1837, 75 
The Blackbird, Evening, 1837, 76 
The Resurrection, 1837, 222 
Parting Words, 1838, 197 
In Bereavement, 1838, 268 
Zembo and Nila, 1838, 353 
To Her Majesty Queen Victoria on her Coronation in Westminster Abbey, June 28th, 1838, 1840, 9 
The Wild Pink of Malmesbury Abbey, 1840, 339 
Similitude, 1842, 13 
A Mother's Gift, 1842, 240 
The Press, 1843, 145.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Questions and Answers, 1826, 60 
Friendship's Offering, 1826, 60 
Judith (translated from the Italian of Giovambattista Zappi), 1827, 92
For an Infant's Album, 1827, 177 
The Widow and the Fatherless, 1827, 260 
The First in an Album, 1829, 1 
A Cry from South Africa, 1830, 37 
The Lily, 1832, 77.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Friends, 1825, 79 
A Poet's Benediction, 1825, 198 
Youth Renewed, 1826, 46 
Autumn, 1826, 253 
The Adventure of a Star, 1827, 67 
Make way for Liberty, 1828, 26 
Viola, 1829, 356 
The Chronicle of Angels, 1830, 217 
Evening Time, 1830, 323.

Amulet [1826-36]
Elijah in the Wilderness, I Kings, chap. xix, 1826, 235 
The Drought, 1827, 28 
Lovest thou Me?, 1827, 238 
Christ Crucified, 1827, 366 
Sandanee's Dream, 1828, 171 
A Voyage Round the World, 1828, 223 
Christ lad in the Sepulchre, 1829, 92 
Home, Country, All the World, 1831, 73.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
A Birthday Meditation, 1827, 10 
Friends, 1827, 273 
A Mother's Lament for an Infant Daughter, 1827, 298.

Bijou [1828-30]
A Simile, on a Lady's Portrait, 1828, 181 
"Thou, God, Seest Me," Gen. xiv. 13, 1829, 4 Cameo, 225.

Winter's Wreath [1828-32]
Stanzas, 1829, 43 
A Retrospect, 1829, 131 
Kester Hobson: a Tale of the Yorkshire Wolds, 1829, 135.

Anniversary [1829-1830]
To a Friend on his return to Ceylon, after a visit to England, 1829, 59.

Gem [1829-32]
For the first leaf of a Lady's Album, 1829, 20 
Heaven and Earth, 1830, 271.

Iris [1830-31]
Heaven in Prospect, 1830, 109 
Dale Abbey, 1831, 125.

Remembrance [1831, 38, 43]
To Mary, 1831, 27 
The Sunday School Union, 1831, 232.

Amethyst [1832-34]
A Sabbath Hymn, 1832, 84 
An Evening Song for the Sabbath Day, 1833, 38 
At Home in Heaven, 1834, 116.

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
Mottoes for Albums, 1829, 86 
The Laurustinus, 1829, 185 
Birds, 1830, 35 
The Birds and the Cherries, 1831, 23.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
Shorthand, 1829, 219.

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
Motto for the Bible, 1830, 42 
The Blank Leaf.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
A Snake in the Grass, founded on Fact, 1830, 18 
The Sabbath Day and the Sabbath School, 1830, 112. (Boyle 200-2).

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MOORE, THOMAS. (1779-1852). Poet. Author of "Irish Melodies" and "Lalla Rookh."  Was pressed several times to edit the Keepsake

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Erin ma vourneen, 1826, 6 (not contributed)

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Song, 1830, 72

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
A Reflection at Sea, 1827, 148

Keepsake [1828-61]
Extempore, to ____, to whose interference I chiefly owe the very liberal price given for "Lalla Rookh," 1829, 120
The Progress of Painting, 1836, 275.

[Heath’s] Book of Beauty. [1833-1847; continued as “Book of Beauty,” 1848]  
The Boat of Life, 1835, 155. (Boyle 204).

 
MULLER, FREDERICK.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To the Evening Star, 1829, 411.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Stars, 1829, 71
Preparing for the Festa, 1830, 345
The Corsair's Bride, 1831, 295.

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
The Goldfinch, 1830, 227
Hebe, 1831, 143. (Boyle 207).
 

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NEELE, HENRY. (1798-1828). Poet and miscellaneous writer. Author of "Romance of English History." Committed suicide.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Stanzas, 1824, 362 
Forget me not, 1825, 4 
The Lover's Tomb, 1825, 29 
Sacontala: a Tale, 1825, 196 
Canzonet, 1825, 264 
Stanzas, 1826, 383 
The Comet, 1827, 239 
Thoughts, 1827, 273 
The Magician's Visiter, 1828, 91 
The Houri, a Persian Tale, 1829, 165 
Song, 1830, 144. 
(Last three poems published after his death)

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Comet, 1826, 85 
Stanzas, 1827, 88 
What is Life?, 1827, 95 
Time, 1828, 384 
Love and Sorrow, 1829, 36.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Goodrich Castle, 1827, 397.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Captive's Song, paraphrase from the 137th Psalm, 1827, 281
Stanzas, 1828, 165.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
Human Life, 1828, 266.

Bijou [1828-30]
Mount Carmel: a Dramatic Sketch from Scripture History, 1828, 234. (Boyle 209)

NORMAN, A.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Pixey, 1827, 375. (Boyle 210).

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O., J.R. ("J.R.O.")

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Absent Ship, 1830, 272. (Boyle 214).
 
OGLE, NATHANIEL. Early writer on Australia.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
On Seeing a Ship, 1830, 341. (Boyle 214).
 
P., H. (Written "H.P." at the conclusion of the contribution.)

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Recollections of Père la Chaise, 1829, 39. (Boyle 218).
 

PAPWORTH, J.B. (1775-1847). Architect and designer. Wrote on landscape gardening.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Regent Street, 1824, 330 
Porch of Chartres Cathedral, 1836, 345 
The Doge's Palace, Venice, 1837, 117 
Monuments of the Scaligers, Verona, 1846, 49 
Ratisbon Cathedral, 1847, 253. (Boyle 219).

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PEREGRINE.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Wanderer's Return, 1826, 142. (Boyle 222).
 
PERRING, MRS. Author of several works for children.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To a Nameless One, 1828, 83
William Tell, 1831, 31. (Boyle 222).
PHILO.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Seashore, 24, 344. (Boyle 222).
 
PICKERSGILL, MRS. Minor novelist and poetess. Author of "Tales of the Harem." Wife of H.W. Pickersgill (R.A.)

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Ellen Strathallan, 1829, 31.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Minstrel of Chamouni, 1830, 361.

Bijou [1828-30]
The Oriental Love-Letter, 1828, 242; Cameo, 276. (Boyle 223-24).
 

PICKERSGILL, MISS. Daughter of H.W. Pickersgill.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Bride of the Danube, 1826, 210.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Shepherd Boy, 1828, 49. (Boyle 224).

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Notes

1. Maria Diana Dods (a cross-dressing poet) used the male pseudonym "David Lyndsay" when publishing in the annuals.  See Betty T. Bennett's scholarly work, Mary Diana Dods: A Gentleman and a Scholar (Johns Hopkins UP, 1994). [Return to Lyndsay]

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