Bijou, 1828

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The Bijou Annual, 1828

Table of Contents     


Contents

[Preface ....................................................................... {v}
LIST OF EMBELLISHMENTS.................................... xii

                                                                               PAGE
The Child and Flowers.  By Mrs. Hemans ........................ 1
Ballad from the Norman French.  By J.G. Lockhart, Esq... 4
Sonnets.  By Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. ......................... 11
The City of the Dead.  By L. E. L. ..................................13
Night and Death.  By the Rev. Joseph Blanco White ........16
The Wanderings of Cain.  By S. T. Coleridge, Esq. ......... 17
Verses for an Album.  By Charles Lamb, Esq. ................ 24
Lines written in the Vale of Zoar ..................................... 25
An aged Widow's own Words   By James Hogg, the
         Ettrick Shepherd.................................................... 26
From the Italian .............................................................. 27
Work without Hope.  By S. T. Coleridge, Esq. ............... 28
The Poet-Warrior.  By Allan Cunningham ....................... 29
The Rose.  By Sir Thomas E. Croft, Bart. ....................... 31
To my Child.  By B. C. .................................................. 32
Letter from Sir Walter Scott, Bart. ................................. 33
The Night before the Battle of Montiel.  From the
         Spanish of Don Juan Algalaba ............................... 39
Jessy of Kibe's Farm.  By Miss M. R. Mitford ............... 65
Song.  By T. K. Hervey, Esq. ........................................ 76
Sans Souci.  By. L. E. L. ............................................... 77
A Lament for the Decline of Chivalry.  By T. Hood,
        Esq. Author of "Whims and Oddities" .................... 75
The Purple Evening.  By the author of 'Stray Leaves' ...... 80
Scotland.  By Robert Southey, Esq. Poet Laureat .......... 81
To a Friend.  By Lady Caroline Lambe .......................... 89
On his Majesty's Return to Windsor Castle.  By the
       Rev. W. Lisle Bowles ............................................ 91
The Hellweathers.  By N. T. Carrington, Esq. Author
        of "Dartmoor" ....................................................... 92
Imitation from the Persian.  By Dr. Southey ................... 98
The Suitors Rejected.  By Miss Emma Roberts, Author
         of "Memoirs of the Houses of York and Lancaster." 99
Ane Waefu' Scots Pastoral.  By James Hogg, the
         Ettrick Shepherd ................................................. 108

xiv                               CONTENTS.                    PAGE
Anacreontic. By T. K. Hervey, Esq............................... 112
The Ritter Von Reichenstein ......................................... 114
A familiar Epistle to Sir Thomas Lawrence. By Barry
        Cornwall .............................................................. 139
Youth and Age. By S. T. Coleridge, Esq........................144
A Day Dream. By S. T. Coleridge, Esq........................ .146
Marie's Grave. By the Author of "The Subaltern"............148
The National Norwegian Song. By W. H. Leeds, Esq.....173
An Address to the Lost Wig of John Bell, Esq. By a
        Tyro......................................................................176
A Simile, on a Lady's Portrait. By James Montgo-
        mery, Esq..............................................................181
The Epistle of Servius Sulpicius to Marcus Tullius
        Cicero. Translated by his Majesty..........................183
The Epistle of Marcus Tullius Cicero to Servius Sul-
        picius. Translated by his late Royal Highness
        the Duke of York ..................................................188
The Lover's Invocation. By Miss Mitford....................... 191
Inscription for a Grotto. By Horace Smith, Esq...............193
The Infant Shakespeare..................................................195
On a Little Girl. By W. Fraser........................................ 198
Canzonet. By John Bird, Esq..........................................200
The Two Founts. By S. T. Coleridge, Esq.......................202
Halloran the Pedlar. By the writer of the "Diary
        of an Ennuyée" ......................................................205
Morning. By D. L. Richardson, Esq................................240
The Oriental Love-Letter. By Mrs. Pickersgill, Author
        of the "Tales of the Harem" ....................................241
Mount Carmel. By H. Neele, Esq.................................. 234
Sketch from Life ............................................................242
Beau Leverton ...............................................................261
Essex and the Maid of Honour. By Horace Smith, Esq... 285
Humble Love. By William Fraser....................................312
Haddon Hall. By H. B....................................................315
My Native Land. By Delta, of Blackwood's Magazine....319
[Index of Embellishments]
[Index of Authors] [Notes]



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