Index of Poem Titles 
in Forget Me Not
Volumes (1823-1830)

 



This index is alphabetically arranged according to the title (excluding "A" or "The").  The corresponding author and volume year are included in the entry.  Titles without an author were anonymous contributions or have not yet been identified.

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A

The Absent Ship [Signed J.R.O.] [1830]
Address to a Lady who was gathering a Convolvulus for an Evening Party. By Montague Seymour [1827]
Alice. By James Bird, Esq. [1828]
Alice. By W.H. Harrison, Esq.  [1829]
Alice Gray [1827]
"Appealing, by the magic of its name," By L[etitia] E[lizabeth] L[andon]  [On Title Pages 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830];
April [1823]
August [1823]

B

Ballad. By Miss Emma Roberts [1829]
Ballad. By Charles Swain, Esq. [1830]
Banks of the Ganges.  By Captain M'Naghten [1829]
The Betrothed. By Mrs. Cornwall Baron Wilson [1830]
Bishop Hubert. By Bernard Barton [1824]
The Blind Piper. By Delta [aka D.L. Moir] [1829]
The Booroom Slave. By Mrs. Bowdich [1828]
Bridal Greetings. By James Montgomery, Esq. [1829]
The Bridal Morning. By Miss Letitia Elizabeth Landon [1828]
The Bride of the Danube. By Miss Pickersgill [1826]
The Brothers' Feud  [1828]
A Bunch of Forget-Me-Nots. By T[homas] Hood, Esq. [1830]

C

Canzonet. By Henry Neele, Esq. [1825]
The Chain broken [Signed Leontine] [1830]
Childhood. By Henry Brandreth, Jun. Esq. [1830]
A Child's Dream. By Bernard Barton, Esq. [1826]
The Choice. By Miss L. E. Landon [1826]
The Christian. By M.E. Beaufort [1829]
The Cliffs of Dover. By Mrs. Hemans [1827]
Communings with Nature. By Derwent Conway, Author of "Tales of Ardennes" [Henry D. Inglis] [1828]
Concha Veneris. By the Rev. Richard Polwhele [1829]
Conscience. By the Rev. George Croly [1827]
Constancy. By James Bird, Esq. [1829]
Constancy. By Charles Swain, Esq. [1829]
The Convent Bell. By John Luscombe, Esq. [1827]
The Cottage Door. By Bernard Barton, Esq. [1826]
Counsels. By Bernard Barton, Esq. [1828]
The Country Kitchen. By Miss Mitford  [1829]

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D

David returning from the Conquest of Goliath [Signed A.K.] [1828]
Death in the Kitchen. By Thomas Hood, Esq. Author of "Whims and Oddities," &c. [1828]
The Death of the Dove. By the Rev. J. Hobart Caunter  [1830]
December [1823]
The Debutante. By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson [1826]
The Descent of Love. By James Hogg [1828]
The Deserted Churchyard. By Delta [aka D.L. Moir] [1830]
The Destinies. By Miss Mary Anne Cursham [1830]
The Destroyer. By Miss Eliza Rennie [1829]
A Dirge. By the Rev. George Croly [1827]
The Dream. A Sonnet. By Alexander Balfour, Esq. [1827]
A Dream of Youth. By Delta [By D.L. Moir] [1827]
The Dying Jew to his Daughter. By Delta [D.L. Moir] [1828]

E

Edgar. By Montague Seymour [1827]
Ella. By Montague Seymour [1826]
Ellen; a Fragment [By L.E.L.] [1824]
Ellen Strathallan. A Fairy Legend. By Mrs. Pickersgill [1829]
The Enchanted Castle. From a celebrated Picture by Claude Lorraine. By the Rev. George Croly [1827]
The Envious Roses  [1830]
The Enthusiast on the Waters. By the Rev. Richard Polwhele [1829]
Epitaph on a Gnat, found crushed on the Leaf of a Lady's Album.  By James Montgomery, Esq. [1829]
Erin ma vourneen. By Thomas Moore, Esq. [1828]
Eva. By John Bird, Esq. [1830]
Evening Song of the Tyrolese Peasants. By Mrs. Hemans [1828]
Evening Prayer at School. By Mrs. Hemans [1826]
Evening. By Miss S. E. Hatfield [1826]
Excuse for Writing out my own Praise. By the late Mrs. Piozzi [1827]

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Fairy Gambols [Signed Anna] [1828]
The Faithful Guardian. By John Bird, Esq. [1829]
The Faithless Lyre [Signed M.A. aka Maria Abdy] [1828]
Fame. By the late Edward Knight, Esq. [1830]
Family Worship in a Cottage. By Miss S.E. Hatfield [1828]
Fancy and Love. By T.W. Kelly, Author of "Myrtle Leaves" [1828]
Farewell [Signed Aρταδνη] [1828]
Farewell. By Captain M'Naghten [1828]
Farewell. Addressed to a Friend embarking for Canton. By the Author of "The Chronicles of London Bridge" [Richard Thomson] [1828]
Farewell and Welcome. From the German of Goethe. By John Bowring, Esq. [1825]
The Farewell of Day [Signed F.M.] [1828]
Farewell to a Friend, on his Departure for America [Signed J.F.] [1829]
A Father's Legacy to his Children. By James Kenney, Esq. [1829]
February [1823]
The Fight of Nidwalden [1827]
The Flower-Girl of Savoy  [1830]
Forget Me Not. By W.H. Harrison, Esq. [1827]
Forget-Me-Not. By Henry Neele, Esq. [1825]
The Fourth of June. By Delta [aka D.L. Moir] [1830]
Fragments. By Robert Tannahill [1828]
Friendship. By Francis Hingston, Esq. [1827]
Friendship. By the Rev. Francis Skurray, B.D. Author of Bidcombe Hill [1829]
The Friendship of Home. By Miss Elizabeth Sheridan Carey [1828]
Frolic in a Palace. By W.H. Harrison, Esq. [1829]
From an Absentee. By Barry Cornwall [aka B.W. Procter] [1829]
The Funeral Boat. A Legend. By Miss Louisa Stuart Costello [1829]

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G

The Gamester. By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson [1827]
Garden Rhymes. By Alexander Balfour, Esq. [1827]
Garden Thoughts. By James Montgomery, Esq. [1830]
The Gentianella. By James Montgomery, Esq. [1830]
Gildeluec ha Guilladun. An Armorican Legend. By Delta [By D.L. Moir] [1827]
The Glowworm. By John Bowring, Esq. [1827]
The Greek and the Turkman. A Night Attack by Constantine Paleologus. . . By the Rev. George Croly [1827]
The Guiding Star. By the late Edward Knight, Esq. of Drury Lane Theatre [1829]

H

Hamet to his Conqueror, after attempting his Life. By Mrs. Harriet Downing [1828]
The Harebell and the Foxglove. By the Author of "Nugæ Sacræ," &c. [By William Ball] [1828]
The Heart's Motto- "Forget me not." By Bernard Barton [1824]
Home. By the late Edward Knight, Esq. [1830]
The Hop Girl. By Miss Emma Roberts [1828]
Hope. By Nicholas Michell, Esq. [1830]
Hope. A Sonnet. By Montague Seymour [1827]
The Hour of Victory. By Charles Brinsley Sheridan, Esq. [1828]
The Household Spaniel. By Delta, Author of "The Legend of Genevieve," etc. [By D.L. Moir] [1827]
Human Life. By Bernard Barton [1827]
Human Life. By Montague Seymour [1826]
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. [1828]
Hymn. By John Bowring, Esq. [1827]

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I

Il faut partir [1827]
Impromptu on being desired by a Young Lady to write some Lines in her Album. By the Rev. Richard Polwhele [1827]
Impromptu on seeing a sable Vest thrown casually over a Lady's Harp . . . By the Rev. Dr. Booker [1827]
Impromptu on Waste. By the late E[dward] Knight, Esq. [1829]
The Improvisatrice. By Delta [aka D.L. Moir] [1830]
The Island of Atlantis. By the Rev. G. Croly [1826]
The Ivy. By Mrs. Marianne Baillie [1830]
The Ivy of Kenilworth. By Mrs. Hemans [1828]
 

J

January [1823]
June [1823]
Julian's Death. By the late Edward Knight, Esq. [1830]
July [1823]
 

K

The Knight of the Faded Plume. By Mrs. Henry Rolls [1828]

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La Bagatelle; a Valentine. By Mrs. E. Cobbold [1825]
A Lament. By the Editor [Frederic Shoberl] [1830]
Langsyne. By Delta [aka D.L. Moir] [1829]
Last Lines. By Charles Brinsley Sheridan, Esq. [1829]
Letrilla. From the Spanish. By J. H. Wiffen [different poem] [1825]
Letrilla. From the Spanish. By J. H. Wiffen, Esq. [1825]
Life's Voyage. By J.F. Hollings, Esq. [1830]
The Light-House. By the Rev. George Woodley [1829]
Lights and Shades [Signed F.H.] [1829]
Lines on a Lady's speaking in Rapture of the Life of a Cottager. By the Rev. Richard Polwhele [1827]
Lines on the Mausoleum of the Princess Charlotte at Claremont [By L.E.L] [1824]
Lines on the Place de Jeanne d'Arc, at Rouen. By Barry Cornwall [aka B.W. Procter] [1830]
Lines to a Lady who had refused three separate Proposals; with a Cameo Figure of Sappho. By H. Brandreth, Esq. [1825]
Lines written in a Storm. By Montague Seymour [1827]
Lines Written in Sickness. By Thomas Campbell, Esq. [1828]
Lines, written on placing a Lily of the Valley in the dead Hand of a Child. By the Rev. Dr. Booker [1830]
Lines written on the Print of the Hon. Mrs. Duff, engraved by Agar, from a Painting by Cosway [1824]
The Logicians. By Thomas Hood, Esq. [1828]
Love. By Mrs. Harriet Downing [1828]
Love, a Song. By E. Darby, Jun. [1828]
Love and Duty. A Rural Sketch. By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson [1827]
Love's Motto. By Miss L. E. Landon, Author of "The Improvisatrice," etc [1827]
The Lover to his Faithless Mistress. By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson [1827]
The Lover's Tomb. By Henry Neele, Esq. [1825]
Lovers' Vows. By Miss Eliza Rennie [1828]
The Lute. By L.E.L [1825]
Lydford Bridge. By N.T. Carrington [1829]

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M

Man [Signed Leontine] [1829]
The Maniac. By the Rev. J. Hobart Caunter, B.D. [1829]
March [1823]
Marcus Curtius  [1829]
Maria de Torquemada taking the Veil. By the Rev. Rev. George Croly [1827]
Mary Dhu, a Song, adapted to the Music of an ancient Gaelic Air. By Delta [D.L. Moir] [1828]
Mary's Smile. By J.P. Collier, Esq. [1828]
The Matrimonial Rule. Inscribed in the Album of a Young Lady on the Eve of Marriage. By the Editor of Forget Me Not [Frederic Shoberl] [1829]
May [1823]
Meditations of a bereaved Lover on the Sea-shore. By the Rev. T[homas] Dale [1830]
The Messenger Dove. By Robert Bell, Esq. [1828]
Midnight; Veneziana [1825]
The Monument. By the Rev. Rev. George Croly [1827]
Mont Blanc. By the Rev. Charles Strong [1829]
A Mother's Dirge. By Mrs. C.E. Richardson [1828]
The Mother's Grave [1827]
A Mother's Lament for an Infant Daughter. By James Montgomery, Esq. [1825]
The Mother's Lament on the Evening of Battle. By the Author of "Nugæ Sacræ" [William Ball] [1828]
Music. By Miss S. E. Hatfield [1825]
Music. By the Rev. George Woodley [1826]
My Father's Grave. By James Bird, Esq. [1827]
My Mother's Grave. By W.H. Harrison, Esq. [1830]
My Native Vale. By Alexander Balfour, Esq. [1830]
My Stella's Return. By H. Brandreth, Esq. [1825]

N

Nature. By David Lester Richardson, Esq. Author of "Sonnets and Other Poems" [1827]
Night. By H.C. Deakin, Esq. [1830]
Night. By James Montgomery [1824]
Night. By Miss S. E. Hatfield [1827]
Night-blowing Flowers. By Mrs. Hemans [1827]
November [1823]

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O

October [1823]
On a Child killed by Lightning. By John Clare [1829]
On a Heavy Fall of Snow. By the Rev. W.B. Clarke [1829]
On a Portrait.  By Delta [aka D.L. Moir] [1829]
On Chantrey's Monument of Two Children in Lichfield Cathedral. By Montague Seymour [1828]
On receiving a Bunch of Flowers from the Author of The Excursion. By Miss M[aria] J[ane] Jewsbury [1830]
On seeing a Bust of R. B. Sheridan from a Cast taken after Death, at Deville's, Strand. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles [1827]
On seeing a Ship dashed to Pieces on the Rocks of Scilly. By Nathaniel Ogle, Esq. [1830]
On Sickness. By the Author of "Nugæ Sacræ," [aka William Ball] [1829]
On the Fourteenth of February. By T[homas] Hood, Esq. [1830]
On the Legend of St. Cecilia and the Angel. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles [1828]
On the Portrait of a Lady, by Sir Thomas Lawrence [By Bernard Barton] [1827]
[On the Potrait of a] Spanish Princess [By David Wilkie, Esq. R.A.-- also the painter of the portrait] [1830]
On the Reappearance of the Seventh Pleiad. By Miss Isabel Hill, Author of Constance, Zaphna, etc. [1829]
On the Recitation of Palestine, a Prize Poem, by Reginald Heber. By Miss Lætitia Jermyn [1829]
On the Wreck of a Vessel. By Montague Seymour [1829]
The Ordeal of the Heart. By James Bird, Esq. Author of "The Vale of Slaughden," etc. [1827]
The Outlaw. By the Rev. George Croly [1827]
Ovid in Pontus. By Barry Cornwall [aka B.W. Procter] [1829]

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P

The Parting Charge. By L.E.L. [1825]
Past, Present, Future. By Dr. Bowring [1830]
The Paysanne in the City. By Miss M[aria] J[ane] Jewsbury [1830]
The Peasant's Song. By Charles Swain, Esq. [1830]
Perugia. By the Rev. Charles Strong [1830]
Phaon in Sicily. [Signed A.K.] [1829]
The Pixey. A Tale. By A. Norman [1827]
The Poet. By Frederic Shoberl, Jun. [1830]
Poetical Address [1823]
A Poet's Study. By Bernard Barton [1824]
The Praise of Love. From Ariosto's Capitoli Amorosi [1827]
The Pretty Page. By Mrs. Emmerson [1830]
Presumption Reproved. By W.H. Harrison, Esq. [1829]
Prince Ahmed and the Fairy. By Miss L. E. Landon [1826]
Princess Elizabeth at Woodstock. By Bernard Barton [1827]
The Prophet in the Wilderness. Lines on an Engraving, by Martin.  By the Author of "Nugæ Sacræ," etc. [aka William Ball] [1829]
The Proposal. By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson [1829]

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R

The Rainbow [Signed H. T**y.] [1829]
Reason's Victory. By Miss Agnes Strickland [1829]
Rebecca parting with Jacob. By Miss Emily Taylor [1829]
Remembrance. By Miss Keating [1829]
Reminiscences. By T.J. Green, Esq. [1830]
Remonstrance; addressed to the Writer of the preceding Stanzas. By the Editor of the "Forget-Me-Not" [1826]
Remorse. By [Major] Nicholas Michell [1829]
The Retreat. By James Montgomery, Esq.[1829]
A Riddle, written in an Album. By James Montgomery, Esq. [1826]
The Rival Flowers. From the French [1824]
Romance. From the Spanish of Gongora. By J. H. Wiffen, Esq. [1826]
The Rose and Laurel Leaf. By Miss L[etitia] E[lizabeth] Landon [1830]
The Rover's Farewell to his Mistress.  By Miss Susannah Strickland [aka Mrs. Moodie in Boyle] [1829]
The Ruined Cottage. By L.E.L. [1825]
The Russian Black Eagle. By the Rev. George Croly [1827]
Ruth. By T. Hood, Esq. [1827]

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S

The Sabbath Bell.  By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson, Author of "Astarte," and "Hours at Home" [1828]
Sacontala; A Tale [By Henry Neele, Esq.] [1825]
The Sailor's Fate. By N.T. Carrington, Author of "Dartmoor" [1828]
The Sailor's Evening Song. By Richard Johns, Esq. [1830]
St. Andrew's. By the Author of Tales and Sketches [aka Jacob Ruddiman] [1829]
St. Mary of the Lows. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd [1829]
St. Peter walking on the Sea. By Mrs. Henry Rolls [1829]
The Sculptured Children. On Chantrey's Monument at Lichfield. By Mrs. Hemans [1829]
The Sea-Shell [Signed Rosa] [1828]
The Sea-shore [1824]
September [1823]
Serenade. By the late Mrs. E. Cobbold [1826]
The Seventh Plague of Egypt [Signed 'Εσπεος] [1828]
Silence. By Charles Brinsley Sheridan, Esq. [1830]
Sir Baldred's Farewell. By Delta [aka D.L. Moir] [1829]
Sir Roger de Coverley in Love [1827]
The Sister's Dream. By Mrs. Hemans  [1828]
The Sky-Lark. By James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd [1828]
The Soldier's Return. By [Major] Nicholas Michell [1828]
Solitude. By James Kenney, Esq. [1830]
Song. By Thomas Haynes Bayly, Esq. [spelled Bayley in Boyle] [1830]
Song. By H. Brandreth, Esq. [1826]
Song. By Henry Brandreth, jun, Esq. [1827]
Song. By Henry Brandreth, Jun., Esq.  [1828]
Song. By F.H. Burney, Esq. [1830]
Song. By John Clare [1829]
Song. By Randolph Fitz-Eustace [1826]
Song [Signed R.F.H. aka R.F. Housman] [1829]
Song. By James Kenney, Esq. [1827]
Song. By James Kenney, Esq. [1829]
Song. By Miss Letitia Elizabeth Landon [1828]
Song. By T. Meadows, Esq. [1825]
Song. By the late Henry Neele, Esq. [1830]
Song. By Miss Emma Roberts [1830]
Song. From an Unpublished Opera. By Delta [D.L. Moir] [1828]
A Song of Death [1827]
Song of the Ceylonese Singing Women. By Allan Cunningham, Esq. [1828]
Sonnet. By John Bowring, Esq. [1826]
Sonnet. By Mrs. Emmerson [1829]
Sonnet. By Richard Howitt [1828]
Sonnet. By Richard Howitt [1829]
Sonnet. By Miss Mary Russell Mitford [1827]
Sonnet. By David Lester Richardson, Esq., Author of "Sonnets and Other Poems" [1828]
Sonnet composed off Ætolia. By Charles Brinsley Sheridan, Esq. [1829]
Sonnet[, To a Child].  By Richard Howitt [1828]
Sonnet, written at Benares, in the East Indies. By David Lester Richardson, Esq. [1827]
Sonnet, written in July, 1824. By Miss Mary Russell Mitford [1827]
Sonnets, written at Rouen and Castleton in the Peak. By the Rev. W. B. Clarke [1825]
The Sonneteer [Signed R.J. aka Richard Johns] [1829]
The Snow. By Delta, Author of "The Legend of Genevieve," &c. [D.L. Moir] [1828]
The Snowdrop's Call. By Miss Elizabeth Emra [1830]
The Spell [Signed F.H.] [1829]
The Spider swinging in the Wind. By John Bowring, Esq. [1827]
Spring. [1827]
The Stag. By Miss L. E. Landon [1827]
Stanzas for Music. By Randolph Fitz-Eustace [1826]
Stanzas on a Sprig of Mignonette, gathered in Winter. By Bernard Barton [1824]
Stanzas to Sorrow. By Miss S. E. Hatfield [1827]
Stanzas to Stella. By Henry Brandreth, jun, Esq. [1827]
Stanzas [1825]
Stanzas. By Bernard Barton [1824]
Stanzas. By Henry Neele, Esq. [1824]
Stanzas. By Henry Neele, Esq. [1826]
Stanzas. By the Rev. W. B. Clarke [1826]
The Stolen Kiss. By Captain M'Naghten [1830]
The Suicide [1827]
Sunset. By the Rev. Charles Strong [1829]
The Sword.  By Miss Letitia Elizabeth Landon [1828]

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T

A Tale of St. Michael's Mount. By Mr. J. Bird [1826]
The Tears of the Dead. By Mrs. Harriet Downing [1829]
The Thirty-first of December [1825]
Thoughts. By Henry Neele, Esq. [1827]
Time; illustrative of the Vignette on the Cover [1826]
Time Employed, Time Enjoyed. Addressed to a young Lady from whom the Author had received an elegantly wrought Watch-pocket. By James Montgomery [1828]
Time's Takings and Leavings. By Bernard Barton [1829]
Tintagel Castle. By John Michell, Esq. [Boyle attributes this poem to Major Nicholas Michell] [1829]
To a Butterfly. By the Rev. George Woodley [1829]
To a Lady, on her saying she did not believe me. By Francis Hingston, Esq. [1827]
To a Lady who wished for a Specimen of Original Poetry. By Mrs. Grant of Laggan [1827]
To a little Girl, whom the Author saw playing with a Snake. By James Bird, Esq. Author of "The Vale of Slaughden," &c. [1828]
To a Lady, with a Leaf gathered from the Mulberry-Tree . . . By J. H. Wiffen, Esq. [1825]
To a Nameless One. By Mrs. Perring [1828]
To a Star. By John Macray, Author of "Stray Leaves, Translations from the German, &c" [1828]
To a Wood-Dove. By Mrs. Bray, Author of De Foix, etc. [1829]
To an Evening Star. By F. Muller [1829]
To an Infant sleeping on its Mother's Breast during a Storm. By the Rev. Dr. Booker, Author of "Euthanasia" [1827]
To an Itinerant Musician. A Sonnet. By Alexander Balfour, Esq. [1827]
To Beauty. By the Rev. Charles Strong [1829]
[To] Contemplation; illustrative of a Subject after Westall. By Bernard Barton [1826]
To Leisure. By Bernard Barton, Esq. [1830]
To Music [1825]
To Poesy [Signed R.F.H. aka R.F. Housman] [1829]
To Time. By the Rev. Charles Strong [1828]
To my Daughter. By George Hayter, Esq. [1825]
To my dear Mary Anne. By Lord Byron [1830]
To the Altar of St. George's Church, Hanover Square. By James Bird, Esq. [1829]
To the Clouds. A Sonnet written by Moonlight [1827]
To the Flower "Forget-Me-Not." By Bernard Barton [1825]
To the Last Star of Morning. By the Rev. Dr. Booker [1827]
To the Moon. By the Rev. George Woodley [1827]
To the Moss Rose. By Miss Agnes Strickland, Author of Worcester Field, etc. [1829]
To the New Year. By the Rev. George Downes, A.M. [1829]
To the Passion Flower. By Bernard Barton [1826]
[To] The Rose. From the Spanish of Don Francisco de Rioja. By J. H. Wiffen [1824]
To the Sea [Signed F.H.] [1829]
To the Sky-Lark. By Bernard Barton [1825]
To the Sun-Dial; A Midnight Reverie. By Bernard Barton [1825]
To the Swallow preparing to emigrate. A Sonnet. By Alexander Balfour, Esq. [1827]
To the Wind. By Thomas Maude, Esq. [1830]
To-Morrow. By Richard Thomson, Esq. [1830]
The Triumph of Poetry. By Captain M'Naghten [1828]
Troops of Mahomet the Second, at the Siege of Constantinople. By the Rev. George Croly [1827]
Truth, Youth, and Age. An Apologue. By Charles Swain, Esq. [1829]

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U

Undine. By Mrs. Balmanno  [1830]

V

The Vale of Ide. By John Bowring, Esq. [1829]
Venice. By Bernard Barton   [1828]
Verses inscribed in an Album. By Francis Jeffrey, Esq. [1830]
Verses to a Lady, who presented the Author with the Flower of a Field-Plant . . . By H. Brandreth, Esq. [1825]
The Village Maid. By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson [1827]
The Village Matron's Evening Song. By Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson [1826]
The Village of Scheveling. A Dutch Legend of 1530. By Charles Swain, Esq. [1829]

W

The Warrior's Death. By Frederic Shoberl, Jun. [1829]
The Warrior's Farewell [1827]
The Water Nymph. By T. Hood, Esq. [1826]
The Waters of Oblivion. By John Malcolm, Esq. [1830]
The Wedding Ring. By Miss Mary Russell Mitford  [1828]
Where is God? By the Editor [Frederic Shoberl] [1830]
The White Squall. By Richard Johns, Esq. [1830]
The Widower's Dream [Signed M.A. aka Maria Abdy] [1830]
Winter Welcomed. by M.J.J. [Maria Jane Jewsbury] Author of "Phantasmagoria, or Sketches of Life and Literature" [1828]
The Wish. By the Editor of Forget Me Not [Signed F.S. aka Frederick Shoberl] [1829]
Woman and Music. By Wm. Cooke Stafford, Esq. [1829]
Woman's Eye. By the Rev. J.H. Caunter, B.D. [1829]
Woman's Love. By Mrs. Cockle [1829]
Woman's Love. From a Picture of Agostina Tassoni, a celebrated Beauty of Pisa, with a Dove on her Hand [1827]
The Wooden Walls of England. By the Rev. Charles Strong [1828]
The Worm and the Flower. By James Montgomery, Esq. [1830]

XYZ

Xerxes. By Charles Swain, Esq. Author of Metrical Essays on Subjects of History and Imagination [1829]
The Young Bride's Farewell. By the Rev. T[homas] Dale [1830]
The Young Captive. Form the French of A. Chenier. By John Bowring, Esq. [1825]
Youth [1825]

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