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["Appealing by the magic of its name," By L. E. L. on Title Page] [i]
[Preface] [iii]
The Sister's Dream. By Mrs. Hemans [Engraving] 1
Lines Written in Sickness. By Thomas Campbell, Esq. 3
The Snow. By Delta, Author of "The Legend of Genevieve," &c. [aka D.L. Moir] 3
Erin ma vourneen. By Thomas Moore, Esq. 6
Time Employed, Time Enjoyed. Addressed to a young Lady from whom the Author had received an elegantly wrought Watch-pocket. By James Montgomery 7
The Harebell and the Foxglove. By the Author of "Nugæ Sacræ," &c. [By William Ball] 9
The Sun-dial. By Delta [aka D.L. Moir] 11
Sonnet. By David Lester Richardson, Esq., Author of "Sonnets and Other Poems" 26
The Sky-Lark. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd 27
On the Legend of St. Cecilia and the Angel. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles 28
The Sword.  By Miss Letitia Elizabeth Landon 29
The Friendship of Home. By Miss Elizabeth Sheridan Carey 30
The Knight of the Faded Plume. By Mrs. Henry Rolls 32
The Sea-Shell [By Rosa] 35
The Booroom Slave. By Mrs. Bowdich [Engraving] 37
The Wooden Walls of England. By the Rev. Charles Strong 77
To a little Girl, whom the Author saw playing with a Snake. By James Bird, Esq. Author of "The Vale of Slaughden," &c. 78
 

 

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The Wedding Ring. By Miss Mary Russell Mitford 
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The Sabbath Bell.  By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson, Author of "Astarte," and "Hours at Home" 80
To a Nameless One. By Mrs. Perring 83
Communings with Nature. By Derwent Conway, Author of "Tales of Ardennes" [Henry D. Inglis] 85
The Hour of Victory. By Charles Brinsley Sheridan, Esq. 87
Song. From an Unpublished Opera. By Delta [D.L. Moir] 89
The Magician's Visiter. By Henry Neele, Esq. 91
David returning from the Conquest of Goliath [Signed A.K.] 98
Counsels. By Bernard Barton, Esq. 100
On Chantrey's Monument of Two Children in Lichfield Cathedral. By Montague Seymour 101
The Bridal Morning. By Miss Letitia Elizabeth Landon [Engraving-- Image not available] 103
Alice. By James Bird, Esq. 105
The Messenger Dove. By Robert Bell, Esq. 107
Winter Welcomed. by M.J.J. [Maria Jane Jewsbury] Author of "Phantasmagoria, or Sketches of Life and Literature" 112
The Country Apothecary. By Miss Mary Russell Mitford 113
Mary's Smile. By J.P. Collier, Esq. 127
Venice. By Bernard Barton, Esq. [Engraving] 129
A Mother's Dirge. By Mrs. C.E. Richardson 130
Love, a Song. By E. Darby, Jun. 132
The Soldier's Return. By [Major] Nicholas Michell 133
Sonnet[, To a Child].  By Richard Howitt 136
Evening Song of the Tyrolese Peasants. By Mrs. Hemans 137
Two Scenes in the Life of a Favourite. By M.J.J. [Maria Jane Jewsbury] 139
Song. By Henry Brandreth, Jun., Esq.  155
Death in the Kitchen. By Thomas Hood, Esq. Author of "Whims and Oddities," &c. [Engraving] 157
Fragments. By Robert Tannahill 160
Mary Dhu, a Song, adapted to the Music of an ancient Gaelic Air. By Delta [D.L. Moir] 161
 

 

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The Hunt of Glen-Fyne. A Tradition of the Western Highlands. By Alexander Balfour, Esq. Author of "Contemplation, Characters omitted in Crabbe's Parish Register," &c. 163
The Heart and the Altar. By Robert Bell, Esq. 177
The Seventh Plague of Egypt [Signed 'Εσπεος] [Engraving] 203
The Sailor's Fate. By N.T. Carrington, Author of "Dartmoor" 207
The Float [Signed Mary C--- 211
Song. By Miss Letitia Elizabeth Landon 216
The Descent of Love. By James Hogg 217
The Mother's Lament on the Evening of Battle. By the Author of "Nugæ Sacræ" [William Ball] 220
To a Star. By John Macray, Author of "Stray Leaves, Translations from the German, &c" 222
The Ivy of Kenilworth. By Mrs. Hemans 223
The Sketch. By Mrs. Hofland [Engraving-- Image not available] 225
The Brothers' Feud  233
Farewell. Addressed to a Friend embarking for Canton. By the Author of "The Chronicles of London Bridge" [Richard Thomson] 235
Kathed and Eurelia. A Bohemian Legend. By Derwent Conway [Henry D. Inglis] 237
The Faithless Lyre [Signed M.A. aka Maria Abdy] 244
The Dying Jew to his Daughter. By Delta [D.L. Moir] 245
Family Worship in a Cottage. By Miss S.E. Hatfield 249
Fancy and Love. By T.W. Kelly, Author of "Myrtle Leaves" 252
Mab's Cross. A Legend of Lancashire. By the Author of "The Duke of Mantua" [John Roby] [Engraving] 253
The Triumph of Poetry. By Captain M'Naghten [Engraving] 295
Song of the Ceylonese Singing Women. By Allan Cunningham, Esq. 301
Fairy Gambols [Signed Anna] 304
Agatha Gheranzi. By John Bird, Esq. 305
The Hop Girl. By Miss Emma Roberts [Engraving] 335
Love. By Mrs. Harriet Downing 338
 

 

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The House of Castelli. By Thomas Harral, Esq. 339
Sonnet. By Richard Howitt 356
The Logicians. By Thomas Hood, Esq.
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The Farewell of Day [Signed F.M.] 360
The Halt on the Mountain. By Miss Emma Roberts 362
To Time. By the Rev. Charles Strong 378
Farewell. By Captain M'Naghten 379
The Destruction of the Kent East-Indiaman. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing [Engraving] 383
Lovers' Vows. By Miss Eliza Rennie 389
The Merchant's Daughter. By W.H. Harrison, Esq. 391
Hamet to his Conqueror, after attempting his Life. By Mrs. Harriet Downing 415
The Farewell [Signed Aρταδνη] 416
 

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