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.

PIOZZI, THE LATE MRS. HESTER LYNCH, formerly Thrale. (1741-1821). Friend of Johnson.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Excuse for writing out My Own Praise, 1827, 122. (Boyle 224).

POLWHELE, REV. RICHARD. (1760-1838). Minor poet and topographer. [Author of The Unsex'd Females, published in 1798.]

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Syrian Princess; a Fragment of an Unpublished Tragedy, 1826, 161 
Impromptu, 1827, 94 
Lines, 1827, [229] 
The Enthusiast on the Waters, 1829, 89 
Concha Veneris, 1829, 230 
The Cave of Lemorna: a Legendary Tale (written fifty years before and found among his MSS, 1831, 51 
Forest Scenery, 1833, 149 
A Scene in Cornwall, 1833, 220 
To the Evening or Tree Primrose, 1833, 211 
To a Young Lady playing Chess, 1834, 325 
The Parents to their Children, 1835, 229 
The Departed Friend, 1836, 116 
The Last Evening Primrose, 1836, 194 
The Rose of Sharon, 1837, 90 
Love and Mercy, 1837, 265 
A Good Conscience, 1838, 258 
A Fragment, 1841, 120.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Epigram from Claudian, 1827, 214 
The Sympathising Zephyr, 1827, 214.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
The Rill lost in a Thicket, 1826, 162 
The Old Oak, 1826, 206.

Amulet [1826-36]
An Impromptu, 1829, 73 
Rhapsody from Zechariah, 1829, 189.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
Indifference, 1827, 81 
Lines written in illness, 1828, 162 
Sonnet, written in 1800, 1828, 295. (Boyle 225-6).

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PROCTER, BRYAN WALLER. ("Barry Cornwall") (1787-1874). [Click name for separate entry.]
 
RENNIE, ELIZA.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Lover's Vows, 1828, 389
The Destroyer, 1829, 267. (Boyle 239).
 
RICHARDSON, MRS. C.E. 

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
A Mother's Dirge, 1828, 130

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Mansions, 1833, 226
The Ball-room: a Tale of the Gay World, 1834, 217
Constance, 1836, 264
Two Days in the Country, 1842, 329
New Year's Eve, 1843, 175

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
Mary White, or, Pride's First Lesson: a True Anecdote, 1832, 147. (Boyle 240).

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RICHARDSON, DAVID LESTER. (1801-1865). Poet and miscellaneous writer. Settled in India, where he edited the Bengal Annual.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Nature, 1827, 7 
Sonnet, 1827, 132 
Sonnet, 1828, 26 
The Soldier's Dream, 1830, 234.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Sonnet on Autumn, 1826, 358 
Sonnet, Sunrise, 1826, 392 
Sonnet written at Netley Abbey, 1827, 216 
Sonnet, To ----, 1828, 72 
The Disgraced Soldier, 1829, 310 
Sonnet, 1832, 182 
Sounds at Sea, 1833, 357 
Woman, 1836, 255 
The Lesson of Life, 1836, 350 
Sonnets from a British Indian Exile to his distant Children, 1844, 124.

Bijou [1828-30]
Morning, 1828, 240.

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
Song, 1829, 93 
Grief, 1829, 193. (Boyle 240).
 

ROBERTS, EMMA. (d. 1840). Writer on the East, especially India, where she resided with her sister. "A Parish Clerk." Author of "History of the Red and White Roses."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Guelph and the Ghibelline: a scene from an Unpublished Tragedy, 1827, 163 
Maximilian and his Daughter, 1827, 219 
The Hop Girl, 1828, 335 
The Halt on the Mountains: a Tale of the Spanish War, 1828, 335
Ballad, 1829, 124 
Song, 1830, 179 
The Ghaut, 1830, 381 
Benares, 1831, 243 
Memory, 1832, 183.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Dream, 1826, 48 
The Two Hussars: a German Tale, 1826, 193 
Constance: a Tale, 1826, 287 
The Painter of Munich: a Tale, 1827, 110 
The White Wolf: a Guard-room Tale of the "Black Brunswickers," 1827, 225 
The Maid of Normandy: a Tale, 1828, 171 
The Blacksmith of Liège, 1838, 292.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Constantine the Great: a Dramatic Sketch, 1826, 207 
Rosamunda: a Venetian Fragment, 1826, 305 
The Bridal of St. Omer, 1827, 145.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Witch's Ordeal, 1827, 334 
Lay of the Pilgrim, 1828, 349 
A Hawking Party in Hindostan, 1831, 281 
The Hindoo Girl, 1832, 179 
Cemeteries in India, 1832, 192 
A Scene in the Zenana, 1834, 267.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
Weddings, 1827, 178 
Weddings, 1828, 121 
The Incantation: a Dramatic Sketch, 1828, 325.

Bijou [1828-30]
The Suitors Rejected, 1828, 99.

Gem [1829-32]
The Graves of Hindostan, 1832, 115.

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
Tropic Storms, 1831, 170 
Asiatic Adventures, 1834, 55.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
The Jungle: an Indian Story, 1831, 135 
Rhymes of the Cards, 1833, 44. (Boyle 242-43).

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ROBY, JOHN. (1793-1850). Author of "The Duke of Mantua"; wrote "The Traditions of Lancashire." Banker and minor poet.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Haunted Manor-House, 1827, 133 
Mab's Cross: a Legend of Lancashire, 1828, 253.

Amulet [1826-36]
The Friend, 1827, 198 
Zion's Daughters, 1827, 306 
The Children of Ravendale, 1827, 309. (Boyle 244).
 

ROLLS, MRS. HENRY. Minor poet. Author of "Legends of the North."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Knight of the Faded Plume, 1828, 32
St. Peter walking on the Sea, 1829, 122

Amulet [1826-36]
The Refuge, 1828, 289
Exton Church, 1829, 220

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
The Fugitive, 1828, 92
A Portrait, 1828, 198

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
Infant Sorrow, 1829, 65
The First Lamb, 1829, 139
The Bank of Happiness, 1836, 96

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The Boy and the Deer: a Legend of Yorkshire, 1830, 24
The Village Churchyard, 1832, 93
Richard and Rover: a Legend of Yorkshire, 1832, 218

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
The Watery Grave, 1830, 231. (Boyle 244-45).


 

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ROSA.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Sea-Shell, 1828, 35
Giuseppe Guercino, 1829, 193

Friendship's Offering
[1824-44]
Hope and Memory, 1827, 68. (Boyle 245).
RUDDIMAN, JACOB.  Author of "Tales and Sketches."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
St. Andrews, 1829, 215. (Boyle 248).
 
SCOTT, SIR WALTER. (1771-1832). Poet and novelist.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Description of the Ua More, 1826, 256
Written for Miss Smith, 1834, 197

Friendship's Offering
[1824-44]
Song of the Chieftain's Daughter (from Waverley), 1834, 169

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Epilogue, 1825, 373

Bijou [1828-30]
Letter from Sir Walter Scott to Sir Adam Ferguson, descriptive of a Picture painted at Abbotsford by David Wilkie, Esq., 1828, 33; Cameo, 180.

Keepsake [1828-61]
My Aunt Margaret's Mirror, 1829, 1
The Tapestried Chamber; or, the Lady in the Sacque, 1829, 123
Death of the Laird's Jock, 1829, 186
Description of the Engraving entitled "A Scene at Abbotsford," 1829, 258
The House of Aspen: a Tragedy, 1830, 1
A Highland Anecdote, 1832, 283
Lines to a Lady Cochrane, 1853, 96

Gem [1829-32]
The Death of Keeldar, 1829, 13

Christmas Box [1828-29]
The Bonnets of Bonnie Dundee, 1828, 27 (contributed anonymously)

Diadem [1832, 39]
The Foreign-bred Chief (as narrated to a Party at Abbotsford), 1838, 41. (Boyle 258).

 

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SEYMOUR, MONTAGUE. (Liverpool).

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Ella, 1826, 159 
Human Life, 1826, 230 
Lines written in a Storm, 1827, 55 
Hope, 1827, 115 
Edgar, 1827, 215 
Address, 1827, 332 
On Chantry's Monument, 1828, 101 
On the Wreck of a Vessel, 1829, 368.

Amulet [1826-36]
Perishing Beauty, 1827, 306.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
To a Friend, 1828, 203 
The Alpine Horn, 1828, 377.(Boyle 259).
 

SHELLEY, MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT (1797-1851). Second wife of P.B. Shelley; daughter of William Godwin. Wrote poems and novels of great merit. Edited Shelley's works. Author of "Frankenstein."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Lacy de Vere, 1827, 275.  Previously unattributed1] 

Winter's Wreath [1828-32]
Proserpine: a Mythological Drama, 1832, 1.

Keepsake [1828-61]
The Sisters of Albano, 1829, 80
Ferdinando Eboli, 1829, 195
The Mourner, 1830, 71
The Evil Eye, 1830, 150
The False Rhyme, 1830, 265
Transformation, 1831, 18
Absence, "Ah! he is gone and I alone," 1831, 39
A Dirge, "This morn they gallant bark, love," 1831, 85
The Swiss Peasant, 1831, 121
The Dream, 1832, 22
The Brother and Sister: an Italian Story, 1833, 105
The Invisible Girl, 1833, 210
The Mortal Immortal, 1834, 71
The Trial of Love, 1835, 70
The Parvenue, 1837, 209
Euphrasia: a Tale of Greece, 1839, 135
Stanzas, "How like a star you rose upon my life," 1839, 179
Stanzas, "O, come to me in dreams, my love!", 1839, 201.

[Heath’s] Book of Beauty [1833-1847;
continued as “Book of Beauty,” 1848]
The Elder Son, 1835, 83.

 

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SHERIDAN, CHARLES BRINSLEY. Son of R.B. Sheridan by his second wife, Miss Ogle. Made translations from the modern Greek.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Hour of Victory, 1828, 87
Last Lines, 1829, 326
Sonnet, 1829, 326
Silence, 1830, 397.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
To a Blind Goldfinch, 1830, 309

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Lines on a Cupid inscribed "Yo el Rey," 1827, 137

Keepsake [1828-61]
Stanzas, 1830, 198
Lines, sent with a Seal in the shape of Scales, 1831, 41

Gem [1829-32]
The Petition of Ariel, 1830, 227. (Boyle 262).
SHOBERL, FREDERIC. (1775-1853). Author and editor. Edited the Forget Me Not and Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Remonstrance, addressed to the writer of the preceding Stanzas by Henry Neele, 1826, 384
The Matrimonial Rule, 1829, 324
The Wish, 1829, 330
A Lament by the Editor, 1830, 228
Where is God?, 1830, 338
The Search after God, 1833, 291
The South Sea Islands, 1834, 156
On the Death of Rudolf Ackermann, 1835, 351 (contributed anonymously)

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The Prophet, 1830, 263. (Boyle 265).

 

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SHOBERL, FREDERIC, JUNIOR. Son of the preceding. Became Printer to the Prince Consort.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Warrior's Death, 1829, 249
The Poet, 1830, 342. (Boyle 265).
 
SKURRAY, REV. FRANCIS. Minor poet. Curate of Horningham. Author of "Bidcombe Hill," etc.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Friendship, 1829, 164.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
Lines on a Sunflower, 1830, 114
The Eighth Psalm, 1831, 97. (Boyle 267).
 

STAFFORD, WILLIAM COOKE (of Yorke), "W.C.S."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Wedding Day, 1825, 6 
The Tournament, 1825, 238 
Woman's Love, 1826, 62 
Sir Everhard; a Tale of Chivalry, 1826, 181 
Woman and Music, 1829, 304. (Boyle 272).

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STEBBING, REV. HENRY. (1800-1883) Divine and author. Wrote "Lives of the Italian Poets."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Destruction of the Kent, East Indiaman, 1828, 383
Memorials of a Schoolboy, 1829, 293.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
The Unbending, 1829, 327
Love's Growth, 1831, 381.

Amulet [1826-36]
Emblems, 1826, 219
The Change, 1827, 210
Completed Hopes, 1828, 358
The English Mother, 1833, 253.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
The Voice of the Waters, 1828, 292
The Wanderer's Rest, 1828, 380.

Iris [1830-31]
The Guardian Spirit, 1830, 79.

Remembrance [1831, 38, 43]
Woman's Prayer, 1831, 241.

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
May Morning, 1829, 60
The Orphan's Prayer, 1830, 156. (Boyle 273).
 

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STRICKLAND, AGNES. (1796-1874) [Click name for separate entry]
STRICKLAND, SUSANNAH. [Mrs. Moodie in Boyle] (1803-1885). Sister of Agnes Strickland. Writer of tales of various countries for the young. Author of "The Rival Crusoes," "Heir of Jeroboam." [An influential and prolific Canadian writer during the nineteenth-century, her papers are housed in the National Library of Canada and her writing has been the subject of much scholarly work.]2

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Rover's Farewell to his Mistress, 1829, 369
Love and Ambition, 1831, 144
Winter calling up his Legions, 1831, 321.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
There's Joy when the Rosy Morning, 1829, 148
The Captive, 1831, 184
A Canadian Song, 1834, 96.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
Stanzas on War, 1828, 357.

Gem [1829-32]
The Disappointed Politician, 1832, 34.

Iris [1830-31]
The Heir of Jeroboam, 1830, 95
Nathan and David, 1831, 89
The Deluge, 1831, 170.

Comic Offering [1831-35]
My Aunt Dorothy's Legacy, 1832, 118.

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
The Rose that was discontented with her Guardian Thorns, 1829, 228
Awake, 1831, 104
The Woodlane, 1831, 145.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
Hints to Juvenile Gardeners, 1829, 167
Lady Lucy's Petition, 1830, 114.

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
The Young Tyrolese, 1829, 146
The Mock Coral Necklace; or, the Young Spanish Emigrants, 1830, 157.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The Son of Arminius: a Tale of Ancient Rome, 1830, 241
The Captive Squirrel's Petition, 1831, 59
Visit of the Sea Fish to the River Fishes, 1831, 210
The Boudoir, 1832, 31
The Vanquished Lion, 1832, 97.

Marshall's Christmas Box [1831-32]
Black Jennie: a Tale founded on Facts, 1832, 3
The Messenian Maiden's Dream, 1832, 45
The Release of the Caged Lark, 1832, 91
The Picture Lost at Sea, 1832, 152. (Boyle 203-4).
 

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STRONG, REV. CHARLES. Author of "Sonnets from the most celebrated Italian Poets."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Wood Walls of England, 1828, 77
To Time, 1828, 378
Mont Blanc, 1829, 6
Sunset, 1829, 192
To Beauty, 1829, 328
Perugia, 1830, 42
The Landscape, 1831, 324
Babbicombe, 1831, 358

Amulet [1826-36]
Sonnet, from the Italian, 1826, 218
Sonnet, 27, 94
Spring, 1828, 212
Eruption of Vesuvius, 1828, 285
The Pilgramage to Rome, 1829, 224
To the Departed, 1829, 323
Sonnet, 1830, 364
The Backward Spring, 1831, 276

Juvenile Forget Me Not [1828-32]
Sonnet, 1830, 64. (Boyle 277).

 

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SWAIN, CHARLES. (1801-1874). [Click name for separate entry]
T., A.D. (Written "A.D.T." at the conclusion of the contribution)

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Fairies' Grot, 1826, 119. (Boyle 282).
 
T., D.F. (Written "D.F.T." at the conclusion of the contribution)

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Two Pilgrims in Grey, 25, 73. (Boyle 283).
 
T**Y, H.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Zanteote Lovers, 1829, 149
The Rainbow, 1829, 233. (Boyle 284).
 
TANNAHILL, ROBERT. (1774-1810). Scottish weaver poet. (We are happy to be the channel of communicating to the public and probably rescuing from oblivion, the following beautiful unpublished fragments by Robert Tannahil, the unfortunate Scottish poet.  Were their intrinsic merits less than the reader will find them, they claim notice as "unstrung pearls," belonging to a songwriter, probably inferior only to Burns and Moore.) Editor [FMN]

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Fragments, 1828, 160. (Boyle 284).
 

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TAYLOR, EMILY. (1765-1872). Writer of short stories for the young.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Rebecca parting with Jacob, 1829, 251.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Childhood, 1831, 285.

Bijou [1828-30]
Life, 1829, 172; Cameo, 34.

Winter's Wreath [1828-32]
Sonnet, 1829, 257
Lines, 1830, 230
A November Sketch, 1831, 280.

Remembrance [1831, 38, 43]
to the Camellia Japonica, 1831, 28.

Christmas Box [1828-29]
The Well-bred Cat, 1829, 24.

Juvenile Keepsake [1829-30, 35]
A Mother's Love, 1826, 26
Flowers, 1829, 144
Sonnet, the Orphan Child returning to rest, 1829, 194
Spring Morning, 1830, 27. (Boyle 286).
 
THOMPSON, W.G. ("W.G.T.")

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Fanny Lee, 1830, 261
The Voice of Birds, 1833, 48.

Aurora Borealis [1833; issued as "Friend's Annual," 1834]
Rose Aylmer: a Legend of Cleveland, 1833, 85
Rokeby, 1833, 117.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
Oh, mother! mother!, 1829, 234. (Boyle 289).
 

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THOMSON, RICHARD. (d. 1865). Librarian of the London Institute, well known as an antiquary. Author of "Chronicles of London Bridge," and "Tales of an Antiquary."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Saint Agnes' Fountain, 1826, 350 
Hans in Kelder: a Legend of the Great Frost, 1827, 179 
Farewell, 1828, 235 
To-morrow, 1830, 133 
The Antiquary and his Fetch, 1830, 279 
The Ninth Anniversary: an Incantation for the Forget Me Not, 1831, 1 
The Haunted Hogshead: a Yankee Legend, 1831, 145 
A Secret Adventure in High Life, 1832, 337.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Der Kugelspieler; or, the Emperor's Skittle-Ground, 1827, 310 
Sir Walter Scott's Study, 1828, 62 
The Swamp Spirit, 1828, 220 
Titian's Last Picture: a Tale of El Fascino, 1828, 253 
Ocan, 1828, 277 
Hours of Innocence, 1829, 275.

Bijou [1828-30]
George of England, 1830, 6 
The Piper of Mucklebrowst, 1830, 81; Cameo, 228 
The Blue Bell, 1830, 182. (Boyle 290).

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TRAVELLER (A).

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Lady of the Tower, 26, 166. (Boyle 292).
 

WHITE, JOSEPH BLANCO. (1775-1851). Poet and theologian, of Anglo-Spanish origin. Author of "Doblado's Letters" and the famous sonnet, "Night and Death."

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Alcazar of Seville, and the Tale of the Green Taper, 1825, 31
The Intrigues of Venice; or, Friar Gregory of Jerusalem, from the original Spanish of the Author of "Doblado's Letters," 1826, 267.

Bijou [1828-30]
Night and Death: a Sonnet, 1828, 16. (Boyle 305).
 

WIFFEN, JEREMIAH HOLMES "W." (1792-1836). Quaker poet and translator. His sister married Alaric Watts.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
To the Rose, 1824, 309 
Letrilla (from the Spanish), 1825, 155 & 266 
To a Lady, 1825, 382 
Romance from the Spanish of Góngora, 1826, 102.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Ode to the Turtle, 1826, 140 
From the Spanish of Francisco de la Torre, 1826, 286 
Welsh Melody, 1826, 353 
Ballad (from the Spanish of Góngora), 1827, 97 
Letrilla (from the Spanish of Góngora), 1827, 134 
To Melancholy, 1839, 360.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
To a Lady, 1825, 176 
Palmyra, 1825, 183 
Stanzas for Music, 1825, 235 
The Luck of Eden Hall, 1826, 26 
Stanzas for Music, 1826, 178 
Stanzas for Music, 1826, 218.

Amulet [1826-36]
Ode to the Ruins of Italica (from the Spanish of Rioja), 1827, 262.

Bijou [1828-30]
Milton dictating to his Daughters, 1830, 146.

Winter's Wreath [1828-32]
To the Cuckoo, 1829, 359 
To Maeswyn (from the Welsh of Llywarch Hen), 1829, 387 
Song of the Beautiful Persian, 1830, 52 
To a new Visitant, 1831, 171 
A Vision of Barden Tower 1832, 284.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
On Parting with my Mother (translated from Torentio Tasso), 1827, 149.

Aurora Borealis [1833; issued as "Friend's Annual," 1834]
Appeal for the Injured African, 1833, 24 
Lines written in an Album, 1833, 166.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
The Early Wed and Early Dead: An Historical Tale, 1829, 33 
The Children in the Wood, 1829, 68. (Boyle 305-6).

Also possibly identified as N,FJTD
Amulet
[1826-36]
The Last of the Constantines, 1826, 95. (Boyle 210).

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WILKIE, DAVID. [Not listed in Boyle] Also painter of portrait for the poem.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Spanish Princess, 1830, 417.

WILSON, MRS. CORNWELL BARON. (1787-1846). Editor of La Belle Assemblée.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Debutante, 1826, 60 
The Village Matron's Evening Song, 1826, 178 
The Gamester, 1827, 52 
The Village Maid, 1827, 162 
The Lover, 1827, 201 
Love and Duty: a Rural sketch, 1827, 269 
The Sabbath Bell, 1828, 80 
The Proposal, 1829, 245 
The Betrothed, 1830, 323 
The Trysting Hour, 1835, 334.

Friendship's Offering [1824-44]
Beauty, Wealth and Love, 1826, 233 
The Broken Gold, 1827, 73 
Lines, 1827, 219 
Hope, 1828, 66 
Impromptu, 1828, 279 
The Natal Day, 1829, 401 
The Anxious Wife, 1843, 204 
The Recruit, 1844, 77.

Literary Souvenir [1825-35]
Stanzas, 1825, 337 
Song, 1826, 285 
I watch for Thee, 1827, 394.

Pledge of Friendship [1826-28]
A Mother's Wish, 1827, 150 
One Hour with Thee!, 1828, 114 
Death's Progress, 1828, 161 
The Village Girl, 1828, 205 
Ballad, 1828, 314 
Valedictory Stanzas, 1828, 401.

Keepsake [1828-61]
Stanzas, 1842, 186 
The Last Day of the Minstrel, 1844, 135 
The Early Dead, 1846, 156.

Comic Offering [1831-35]
The Miss-Nomers, 1834, 65.

[Heath’s] Book of Beauty [1833-1847;
continued as “Book of Beauty,” 1848]  
The Portrait Returned, 1839, 274 
Let our Parting be in Silence, 1840, 245 
Love's Seasons, 1841, 264 
Poets die in Autumn, 1843, 74.

Diadem [1832, 39]
Why Should we part? 1838, 40.

New Year's Gift [1829-36]
The Boy and the Butterfly, 1829, 238.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The English Cottage Door, 1830, 193 
The Virgin and Child: a Christmas Hymn, 1830, 228. (Boyle 308-9).

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WOODLEY, REV. GEORGE. (1786-1846). Poet and divine.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Music, 1826, 298 
To the Moon, 1827, 92 
The Lighthouse, 1829, 181 
To a Butterfly, 1829, 326 
Saint Warna's Well, 1831, 371 
The Sea at Noon, 1845, 300.

Ackermann's Juvenile Forget Me Not [1830-32]
The Young Navigators, 1832, 116. (Boyle 312).
 

Y., W.S. [Written "W.S.Y." at the conclusion of the contribution]

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
Stanzas, 25, 217. (Boyle 315). 
 

Z[S]CHOKKE, HENRY OF AARAU. German novelist.

Forget Me Not [1823-47, 56]
The Rational Lunatic, 1825, 300. (Boyle 316).

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Notes

1. Boyle does not attribute the "Lacy de Vere" short story to Mary Shelley.  However, recent scholarship has accepted that Mary Shelley wrote it.  See Vol. 4 of  Mary Shelley's Literary Lives and Other Writings (Gen. Ed. Nora Crook; Pickering & Chatto, 2002) in which the story is attributed to Mary Shelley. [Return to M. Shelley]

2. Thank you to Dr. Mary Lu MacDonald for pointing out this information regarding Susannah Strickland. [Return to S. Strickland]

Updated: 01/19/2005

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