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Index of Antecedent Writers and Works Discussed

The antecedent works listed below, along with their authors’ names (where known) and their dates of first publication, each contain one or more phrases or short passages of two or three to as many as several words that are similar or identical to phrases or passages in one or more Tennyson poems. The latter are identified here, as in the main text, by their Ricks-assigned poem numbers (boldfaced), section numbers if any (in roman numerals), and line numbers (italicized). So, for example, in the first entry, A. B.’s poem The Seeker—published or first published in London (since no other place of publication is indicated) in 1822—has been found to contain a phrase or short passage similar or identical to a phrase or short passage in Tennyson’s poem number 9 (The Dell of E—), line 12 (‘And glistening ’neath each lone entangled glade’), a textual parallel discussed, as the entry indicates, on pages 37–38.

‘A. B.’

The Seeker (1822): 9 12, pp. 37–38

Acton, Eliza

Cards of Fortune (1826): 217 31, pp. 108–9

Addison, Joseph

Cato (1712): 277 151–52, p. 131; mentioned, 286 iv 272, p. 140

Hymn (‘How are Thy servants blest, O Lord!’) (1712): 214 15, p. 105

Aeschylus

Agamemnon: 159 96–98, p. 76

Prometheus Bound as tr. by M. J. Chapman (1836): 291 9, p. 148

Aikin, Anna Lætitia

see Barbauld, Anna Lætitia

Aikin, John (as ‘J. B. A.’)

On Approaching My Home After Long Absence (1808): 263 2, p. 123

Aird, Thomas

The Captive of Fez (1830): 219 93–95, p. 111

as editor of The Poetical Works of David Macbeth Moir (1852): 392 73–76, p. 209

Akenside, Mark

Ode IX. To Curio, 1744. (1781): 296 lxxxviii 4, p. 173

Ode XVIII. To the Right Honourable Francis Earl of Huntingdon from his Hymn to the Naiads (1746): 1A iii 80, p. 18, note 5

Song (‘The shape alone let others prize’) (1745): 241, Prologue 3, p. 115

The Pleasures of Imagination (1744): 276A 11–13, pp. 128–29

To the Cuckoo (1745): 238 7–8, p. 114

Allnatt, Charles A.

Poverty: A Poem from his Poverty: A Poem. With several others, on various subjects, chiefly Religious and Moral (Shrewsbury, 1801): 67 103–4, p. 49

Ambrose, Rev. Isaac

Ultima, The Last Things (1650): 3 i 125, p. 33

Ammianus Marcellinus

Res Gestae (fourth century AD) quoted and as tr. by J. C. Rolfe (1940): 4 121–28, p. 35

Anderson of Carlisle, Robert

Sonnet XIX. To Eliza. from his Poems On Various Subjects (Carlisle, 1798): 26 8, p. 40

Anonymous

A Scene on Windermere, by ‘G. R. C.’, in The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction (1832): 296 xxxi 11–12, p. 164

A Song Setting Forth the Good Effects of the Spring (wr early fourteenth century; collected by J. Ritson in his Ancient Songs and Ballads, 1829): 179 5–6, p. 93

All is Vanity. Eccles. i.2, by ‘H. G.’ (1748): 109 5, p. 64

Broomeholme Priory, or The Loves of Albert and Agnes. A Poem, In Four Books. (1801): 87 31–32, pp. 56–57

Fergusson and Burns; or the Poet’s Reverie. Part II. (1822), by ‘C. B.’: 54A 3–4, p. 45

Ode Written in a Picture-Gallery. 1786., signed ‘P.’, in R. Polwhele’s edn of Poems, Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall (Bath, 1792): 296 lxxxix 27–28, pp. 173–74

Rosy Childhood from Tales and Stories for the Young: Adorned with Pictures. (1846): 330 37, p. 199

Stanzas to the Lady Jane Grey, at Bradgate from an article signed ‘E. H.’ (1822): 259 13, p. 122

‘Sumer is icumen in’ (first line of the anonymous Middle English lyric): 395 1, p. 210

The Blasted Swain, from the Dryden–Tonson Miscellany Poems (1702): 241, The Sleeping Palace 12, p. 116

The Mine, the Forest, and the Cordillera (1846): 454 12, p. 218

The Modern Gyges. A Tale of Trials. (1829): 161 49–50, p. 79

The Noble and Renowned History of Guy Earl of Warwick, by ‘G. L.’ (Chiswick, 1821): 2 I v 163–64, p. 29

The Seasons, by ‘an American Lady’ (1821): 173 69–70, pp. 90–91

The Siege of Bhurtpoor, A Poem in Five Cantos, ‘By a Subaltern of the Field Army’ (Calcutta, 1828): 316 I 1, p. 192

The Tower and the Ivy, a Tale. Addressed to the Admirers of Shakespeare. (1773): 257 43–44, pp. 120–21

The Universal Hallelujah, by ‘H. E.’, in The Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, vol. 4 (1826): 51 5–6, p. 45

To the Memory of H. K. White, ‘By A Lady’, in The Remains of Henry Kirke White (1808): 286 ii 21–22, p. 137

To the Morning, not to make Haste, tr. of Ovid’s Elegy XIII ‘By an unknown Hand’ (1729): 127 56, p. 67

Travels in the East, including a Journey in the Holy Land (Edinburgh, 1839), tr. of A. de Lamartine’s Voyage en Orient (1835): 367 13–14, p. 207

tr. of Pindar’s Ode I in Miscellany Poems and Translations By Oxford Hands (1685): 160 3, p. 77

Anster, John

The Times: A Reverie (Edinburgh, 1819): 127 78, pp. 67–68

Apollonius Rhodius

see Fawkes, Francis

Aquinas, Thomas

Summa Theologica (1485): 216 1–2, p. 106

Archer, Henry Playsted

The Sailor’s Grave from his Emmett, the Irish Patriot, and Other Poems (Canterbury, 1832): 286 iv 169, p. 139

Ariosto, Ludovico

see Rose, William Stewart

Aristophanes

see Hickie, William James

Aristotle

praised by Cicero: 164 6668, pp. 83–84

Nicomachean Ethics, tr. by Thomas Taylor (1811): 164 119–20, p. 84

Armstrong, John

The Art of Preserving Health (1744): 286 iv 502–3, p. 141; 296 ix 9–10, p. 154

Arnold, Matthew

Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse (1855): 313 3, p. 190

Tristram and Iseult (1852): 367 13–14, p. 207

Ashmole, Elias

The Way to Bliss (1658): 194 21–22, pp. 96–97

Aston, James and Edward

To the Evening Star in their Pompeii, and Other Poems (1828): 193 48–49, p. 95

Atherstone, Edwin

A Midsummer Day’s Dream (1824): 140 8–9, p. 70; 310 18, p. 188

Ausonius

see Elton, Sir Charles Abraham

Austin, William

Atlas Under Olympus, an heroick poem (1664): 277 135, p. 131

Bailey, Philip James

Festus (second edn, 1845): 296 cxviii 7–9, p. 181

Bailey, Thomas

Ireton (1827): 241 15–16, pp. 116–17

Baillie, Joanna

Christopher Columbus (1821): 2 III ii 78, p. 29

De Monfort: A Tragedy (1806): 420 57–58, p. 213

Evening (1823): 271 9, p. 124

Hymn on the Seasons (1823): 313 174–75, p. 192

The Legend of Lady Griseld Baillie from her Metrical Legends of Exalted Character (1821): 78 49, p. 52

Bannerman, Anne

The Spirit of the Air (1800): 277 31, pp. 129–30

Barbauld, Anna Lætitia (née Aikin)

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

A Summer Evening’s Meditation (1773): 207 51, p. 98; 257 83, pp. 121–22

Epistle to William Wilberforce, Esq. On the Rejection of the Bill for Abolishing the Slave Trade (1791): 209 10, p. 99

Ode to Remorse (1825): 296 xv 16–18, p. 156

Ovid to His Wife: Imitated from different Parts of his Tristia (1773): 296 i 10, pp. 150–51

The Invitation (1773): 337 30, p. 203

To Mr. C—ge, first published anonymously in 1799, later signed, renamed, and republished as To Mr. S. T. Coleridge. 1797. (1825): 257 54, p. 121; 296 [Epilogue] 117–18, p. 185

To Mrs. P—, With some Drawings of Birds and Insects (1773): 16 25, p. 39

Washing-Day (1797): 296 xcvi 2–3, p. 176

Barnes, Barnabe

Sonnet 85 of his Parthenophil and Parthenophe (1591): 286 ii 292–96, p. 138

Barnes, William

mentioned: 296 lviii 6–7, p. 169

Baskerville, Alfred

tr. of Goethe’s Willkommen und Abschied as Welcome and Parting, from his The Poetry of Germany (1854): 337 159–60, p. 204

Baxter, Richard

A Christian Directory, or, A Body of Practical Divinity (1673): 330 300–1, p. 201

Bayly, Thomas H.

The Last Green Leaf from his Miniature Lyrics (Dublin, 1824): 227 23, p. 113

Beattie, James, and later also Richard Polwhele

The Minstrel; or, the Progress of Genius (1771): 47 35, p. 44; 190 32, p. 94; 296 xi 17, pp. 155–56; 312 41–42, pp. 189–90

Beaumont, Francis

and John Fletcher, A King and No King (1619): 209 219, p. 102

and Philip Massinger, The Elder Brother (1637): 176 18, pp. 92–93

Beaumont, Rev. Joseph

Psyche, or, Loves mysterie in XX. canto’s: displaying the intercourse betwixt Christ and the soule. (1648): 1 1, p. 18; 110 4–6, p. 65; 216 26, p. 107; 286 [Prologue] 36, p. 133

Beckford of Somerley, William

A Descriptive Account of the Island of Jamaica (1790): 84 65–66, pp. 55–56

Behn, Aphra

A Thousand Martyrs (1688): 296 [Prologue] 41, p. 149

On the Honourable Sir Francis Fane, on his Play called the Sacrifice (1697): 296 lxxxviii 4, p. 173

Betham, Mary Matilda

Translation [from Metastasio’s Cantata Dello Stesso] from her Elegies and Other Small Poems (Ipswich, 1797): 167 69, p. 87

Bethune, Rev. John

Hymns of the Church-yard—II (1840): 296 cviii 4, p. 180

Betterton, Thomas

‘character’ of The Wife of Bath from a ‘modernis’d’ version, by several hands, of The Canterbury Tales (Dublin, 1742): 159 56, p. 75

Bickerstaff, Isaac, pseud.

see Swift, Jonathan

Bickersteth, Edward Henry

Caesar’s Invasion of Britain (1846): 296 xc 7–8, p. 175

Hymn 304 from his edn of Christian Psalmody, A Collection of Above 700 Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs (1833): 276 57, pp. 127–28

Bingham, Rev. Peregrine

The Pains of Memory (1811): 10 5, p. 39; 277 43, p. 130

Blackmore, Sir Richard

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

A Paraphrase On The Book of Job (1700): 3 i 39, p. 32

Creation: A Philosophical Poem (1712): 271 153, p. 126

King Arthur: An Heroick Poem in Twelve Books (1697): 1 64, p. 22; 296 xxvii 2, p. 161; 317 2, p. 197

Prince Arthur (1695): 1 60, p. 22; 3 i 2–4, p. 30; 3 i 83–84, p. 32; 62 11–12, p. 48

Blair, Robert

The Grave (1743): 160 44, p. 77; 241, Prologue 3, p. 115

Blake, William

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

A Poison Tree from Songs of Experience (1794): 164 230, p. 85

Ah! Sun-flower from Songs of Experience: 91 1–2, pp. 58–59

All Religions Are One (1788): 3 i 1, p. 30; 185 11–12, p. 94

Jerusalem, The Emanation of the Giant Albion (1804–20): 1 74, p. 23

Milton (1808): 3 i 1, p. 30; 107 1, p. 62; 337 573–74, p. 204

The [First]Book of Urizen (1794): 161 29–30, p. 79

The Keys of the Gates from The Gates of Paradise (c. 1810): 209 10, p. 99

To the Jews from Jerusalem: 426 11 and 13, p. 215

Visions of the Daughters of Albion (1793): 171 32, p. 89

Bloomfield, Robert

mentioned: 143 10, p. 71

The Broken Crutch. A Tale. from his Wild Flowers; or, Pastoral and Local Poetry (1806): 289 29–32, p. 146

Booker, Rev. Luke

The Snowdrop (1789): 124 18, p. 65

Boswell, Sir Alexander

The Soldier-Laddie: 286 [Prologue] 85–86, p. 133

Boswell, James

mentioned: 296 lxxxv 25, pp. 171–72, note 128

Botta, Anne Charlotte Lynch

see Lynch, Anne C[harlotte].

Bowles, William Lisle

Bereavement (1789): 173 13–16, p. 90

Hope (1789): 132 43, p. 70

Sonnet (‘O Harmony! thou tenderest nurse of pain’) (1797): 296 lxxxviii 4, p. 173

St. Michael’s Mount (1803): 296 cvii 13–14, p. 179

The Spirit of Discovery: or, the Conquest of Ocean (1804): 296 cxxii 1–4, p. 182

Bowring, Sir John

Fourth Week. Winter. Sunday Morning. from his Matins and Vespers with Hymns and Occasional Devotional Pieces (1823): 130 79, pp. 69–70

Boyd, Rev. Henry

The Temple of Vesta, a Dramatic Poem from his Poems, Chiefly Dramatic and Lyric (Dublin, 1793): 316 i 48, p. 194

tr. of Dante’s Inferno xxix (1802): 296 lviii 9–10, p. 169

tr. of Dante’s Purgatorio xxiii (1802): 286 vi ∧ vii 7, p. 144

tr. of Dante’s Paradiso xxvi (1802): 161 130–31, p. 80

tr. of Petrarch’s Trionfi as The Triumph of Chastity (1806): 130 79, pp. 69–70

Boys, John

Æneas his descent into Hell as it is inimitably described by the prince of poets in the sixth of his Æneis (1661): 296 xviii 5–7, pp. 157–58

Boyse, Samuel

Cambuscan, or the Squire’s Tale (1741), completed by Joseph Sterling: 87 31–32, pp. 56–57

Deity. A Poem. (1739): 324 55, p. 198

Gamelyn: or The Cook’s Tale (1741), after Chaucer: 296 xi 11–12, p. 155

Bradstreet, Robert

The Sabine Farm (1810): 296 xi 11–12, p. 155

tr. of Statius’s Villa Tiburtina Manlii Vopisci (1810): 313 59–62, p. 191

Bree, John

Saint Herbert’s Isle: A Legendary Poem (1832): 164 205–8, p. 84

Bright, John

Palmyra (1822): 153 i 58, p. 73

Brontë, Charlotte (as ‘Currer Bell’)

The Teacher’s Monologue (1846): 296 xx 19–20, p. 159

Villette (1853): 316 i 151, p. 195

Brontë, Emily (as ‘Ellis Bell’)

Honour’s Martyr (1846): 289 29–32, pp. 146–47

Brooke, Henry

Tasso’s Jerusalem, an Epic Poem (1738): 420 73, p. 213

Broome, William

To Belinda at the Bath from A Collection of Select Epigrams […] by the most eminent hands, ed. John. Hackett (1757): 169 75, p. 88

see also Alexander Pope for instances of the Pope–Broome–Fenton Odyssey

Brown, Charles Brockden

Wieland; or The Transformation: An American Tale (New York, 1798; London, 1822): 3 ii 52–54, p. 34

Browne, Mary Ann

I Speak Not of Beauty from her Mont Blanc, and Other Poems (1827): 78 (title), p. 51

Browne, Rev. Moses

Piscatory Eclogues (1729): 64 4, p. 49; 324 55, p. 198

Browne of Tavistock, William

The First Song from his Britannia’s Pastorals. The Second Booke (1616): 296 lxxxix 29–30, p. 174; 383 30–31, p. 208

Browning, Robert

his comment on T. quoted: Preface, p. 10

Old Pictures in Florence (1855), mis-quoted and mis-cited by Collins: 286 v 253–54, p. 142

Paracelsus (1835): 259 11, p. 122; 337 1, p. 202; 383 9–10, p. 208

Pippa Passes (1841): 316 i 5, p. 193

Sordello (1840): 400 5–6, pp. 210—11

Bruni, Leonardo

see Scott, James

Bryant, William Cullen

Thanatopsis (1821): 296 xxxv 1–2, p. 165

Brydges, Sir Harford Jones

tr. from the Persian of The Dynasty of the Kajars (1833): 465 13, p. 219

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward

disparages T. and his poetry in The New Timon. A Romance of London (Colburn, 1846): Preface, p. 2

King Arthur (1849): 308 41–42, pp. 187–88

Bunyan, John

Upon the Lark and the Fowler (1686): 296 xvi 9–10, p. 156

Burke, Edmund

misquoted by Robert Carruthers: 87 26–27, p. 56

Speech to the Electors of Bristol (1780) from The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke (1801), which edn T. owned; also repr. in Vicesimus Knox’s Elegant Extracts: or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose (1783 and later edns): 316 i 402–4, pp. 195–96

Burns, Robert

Lament of Mary, Queen of Scots (1791): 296 xxxv 1–2, p. 165

Liberty.—A Fragment (1816): 217 31, p. 108

Song V. Again rejoicing nature sees, also known as Composed in Spring (1786): 170 6, p. 88

Song—My Peggy’s Charms (1787): 47 31, p. 43

Burroughs, John

Birds and Birds (1878): 377 3–4, p. 207

Burton, Robert

The Anatomy of Melancholy (1621): 1 49, p. 21; 296 xx 1–2, p. 158

Bury, Catherine Maria (née Dawson), Countess of Charleville

La Pucelle; or, The Maid of Orleans (1796): 217 1, p. 107

Byron, George Gordon, Lord

mentioned by T.: Preface, p. 5; as canonical author, Preface, p. 12; 3 i 2–4, p. 30; 3 i 87–88, p. 33; 286 iv 531–32, p. 141

A Sketch from Private Life (1816): 337 573–74, p. 204

A Very Mournful Ballad on the Siege and Conquest of Alhama (1818): 1A iii 80, p. 18, note 5

Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (1812 to 1818): 1A iii 83–85, p. 18; 10 5, p. 39; 62 11–12, p. 48; cited by Ricks, 67 14042, pp. 49–50; 153 i 6, p. 73; 161 11–12, p. 78; 170 6, p. 88; 271 106, p. 125; 289 29–32, p. 145; 296 lxxxvi 11, p. 172; 324 61–62, p. 198

Darkness (1816): 170 62, p. 88; 317 2, p. 197

Don Juan (1819 to 1824): 383 33–34, p. 208; 420 57–58, p. 212; 427 33, p. 216; 473 310, p. 225

Heaven and Earth: A Mystery (1823): 2 I i 7–8, p. 24

Lara, A Tale (1814): 58A 75, pp. 47–48; 296 xi 11–12, p. 155

Lines inscribed upon a Cup formed from a Skull (1814): 296 lxxxii 1–4, p. 171

Mazeppa (1819): 132 43, p. 70; 170 128, p. 89

Oh! Snatch’d Away (1815): 296 [Epilogue] 117–18, p. 185

Sardanapalus, A Tragedy (1821): 218 56–57, p. 110

The Bride of Abydos (1813): cited by Ricks and others, 296 xi 1920, p. 156

The Corsair (1814): 209 266, p. 102

The Giaour (1813): 84 1–4, pp. 53–54; 312 21–22, p. 189

The Prisoner of Chillon (1816): 286 [Prologue] 9, p. 133

The Siege of Corinth (1816): 286 vi 65, p. 143; 383 33–34, p. 208

There’s Not a Joy (1815): cited by A. C. Bradley, 296 iv 11, p. 152

Translation From Horace from Hours of Idleness (1807): 1A iii 5, pp. 17–18

Cameron, David

Friendship. Written in Autumn from his Poems (Glasgow, 1815): 218 2, p. 109

Cameron, William

Lyric Odes II.2 from his Poems on Various Subjects (Edinburgh, 1780): 51 5–6, p. 45

Camões, Luís Vaz de

see Fanshawe, Sir Richard and Mickle, William Julius

Campbell, Robert Calder

There is Sadness in My Heart from his Lays From the East (1831): 472 390, p. 223

Campbell, Thomas

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale (1809): 337 5, p. 202

Hymn (‘When Jordan hushed his waters still’) (1795): 58A 36, p. 47

Lines on Poland (1831): 296 cxxii 14, p. 182

Lord Ullin’s Daughter (1804): 377 2, p. 207; 427 33, p. 216

Stanzas, Written on Leaving a Scene in Bavaria (1801): 286 ii 87–88, p. 138

The Pleasures of Hope (1799): 58A 36, p. 47; 215 3, p. 106; 277 61, p. 130

Campion, Thomas

The Lords’ Masque (1613): 4 31–32, p. 35

Carew, Thomas

Mercury from The Masque: Coelum Britannicum (1634): 398 3, p. 210

Carey, David

To the Aurora Borealis (1807): 67 140–42, pp. 49–50

Carlyle, Thomas

mentioned: 427 10–12, p. 215

subject of an anonymous essay in The Quarterly Review (1840): 316 i 11, p. 194

Jean Paul Friedrich Richter (1830): 339 7, p. 205

Signs of the Times (1829): 296 cxxv 14, p. 183

The French Revolution (1837): cited by Ricks, 296 lxx 5, p. 170

tr. of Part I of Goethe’s Faust as Faust’s Curse (1822): 296 iii 12, p. 151\

Carne, John

Carne’s Eastern Letters (1826) as repr. in Extracts from The Works of Travellers, Illustrative of Various Passages in Holy Scripture, ed. by M. F. Maude (1841): 310 15–17, p. 188

Carrington, N[icholas]. T[oms].

The Gamester (1827): 257 51–52, p. 121

Written on the Last Night of the Year 1819 (1820): 286 i 9–10, p. 135

Carruthers, Robert

misquotes Edmund Burke in his edn of The Poetry of Milton’s Prose (1827): 87 26–27, p. 56

Cary, Rev. H[enry]. F[rancis].

The Vision; or, Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, of Dante Alighieri (1814): 9 45, p. 38, note 24

tr. of Paradiso: 286 ii 292–96, pp. 138–39

tr. of Purgatorio: 241, Prologue 6, p. 115; 296 xxi 17–20, p. 160

Catullus, Gaius Valerius

Carmina 58b: 124 5, p. 65

Cavendish, Margaret

The Foure Principall Figur’d Atomes make the foure Elements, as Square, Round, Long, and Sharpe’, from her Poems and Fancies (1653): 312 41–42, pp. 189–90

Chapman, George

tr. of Batrachomyomachia (1624): 73 63–64, p. 50

tr. of the Iliad (1611): 310 19, pp. 188–89; 330 31–32, p. 199; 427 33, p. 216

Chapman, M[atthew]. J[ames].

From Job, Chap. III from Barbadoes, and other Poems (1833): 296 lxiv 23–24, p. 169

tr. of Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound: 291 9, p. 148

Chatfield, Paul, M.D.

see Smith, Horace

Chatterton, Thomas

Elinoure and Juga (1777), excerpted and anonymously ‘modernized’ in The Gentleman’s Magazine (1778): 257 42, p. 120

The Death of Nicou. An African Eclogue. (1770): 3 i 83–84, pp. 32–33

see also Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Monody on the Death of Chatterton (1790); Thomas Dermody’s lines on Chatterton in The Life of Thomas Dermody (1806); and Anna Seward’s Chatterton’s Poem Charity, Modernised from its Obsolete English (1803), cited under the names of those authors.

Chaucer, Geoffrey

General Prologue, The Canterbury Tales (1387): 173 5–8, p. 90

see also Chaucer as the subject or source of poems by Samuel Boyse, Samuel Daniel, and Richard Wharton, cited under those names.

Chesterfield, Lord

Letter no. 179 to his son (1775): 330 300–1, p. 201

Recipient of verse epistle by Robert Craggs, Lord Nugent (1739): 296 xxx 27, pp. 163–64

Chrysostom, John

Homily 8 on 1 Corinthians iii 1–3: 88 1–4, p. 57

Homily on Romans xii 1, as tr. by James Endell Tyler (1849): 299 8, pp. 185–86

Cicero, Marcus Tullius

Academica: 164 66–68, p. 83

Letter to Atticus quoted: 277 151–52, pp. 131–32; as tr. by William Guthrie (1752): 296 [Epilogue] 79–80, p. 184

Orator section xxiv, quoted and as tr. by Edward Jones (1776): 286 iv 272, p. 140

Clare, John

March from The Shepherd’s Calendar (1827): 127 15, p. 66

The Approach of Spring (1822): 286 vii 235–37, p. 145

see also Jacob Jones, Jun., Sonnet to Clare, the Northamptonshire Peasant-Poet (1824)

Clark, William George

Gwentavon Ghyll from A Score of Lyrics (1849): 313 135, p. 192

Claudian (Claudius Claudianus)

see translations cited under Laurence Eusden, J. J. Howard, and Jacob George Strutt

Cochrane, Alexander Baillie

Stanzas to —, in Heath’s Book of Beauty (1843): 316 i 11, p. 194

Cole, B[enjamin]. T[homas]. H[olcott].

The Holy Wars. Seatonian Prize Poem (1808): 241, The Sleeping Palace 15–16, p. 116

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Dura Navis (1787): 1 70, p. 23

Fears in Solitude (1798): 215 3, p. 106; 277 61, p. 130

France: An Ode (1798): 166 4, pp. 85–86

Israel’s Lament on the death of the Princess Charlotte of Wales. From the Hebrew of Hyman Hurwitz (1817; rev. 1836): 330 38, p. 199

Love (1799): 286 i 12–13, p. 135

Monody on the Death of Chatterton (1790): 47 32, p. 43

Notes on Irving’s Ben-Ezra from The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, vol. 3 (1838): 286 ii 71–74, pp. 137–38

On Receiving an Account that his Only Sister’s Death was Inevitable (1791): 84 30, p. 55

Reflections on having Left a Place of Retirement (1796): 3 ii 24, p. 34

Sonnet on La Fayette (‘Within his cage the imprison’d Matin Bird’) (1794): 132 43, p. 70

The Destiny of Nations. A Vision (1817): 3 i 125, p. 33; 246 47–48, p. 118

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1834 text): 1 2, p. 19; 257 51–52, p. 121; 291 2, p. 147; 296 cxxii 15–16, p. 182

The Silver Thimble (1796): 161 11–12, p. 78

addressed in a poem by Barbauld: 257 54, p. 121; and 296 [Epilogue] 117–18, p. 185

Collingwood, G[eorge]. L[ewes]. Newnham

Alfred the Great (1836): 286 ii 7–10, p. 137

Collins, John

To-Morrow (1804): 159 56, p. 75

Collins, William

Ode on the Poetical Character (1746): 1 27–28, p. 19

Congreve, William

The Judgment of Paris (1701): 78 1–2, p. 51

tr. of the passage in Iliad xxiv on Priam’s Lamentation and Petition to Achilles, for the Body of his Son Hector (1693): 337 16, p. 202

tr. of the passage in Metamorphoses x on Orpheus and Euridice (1717): 193 90–91, p. 95

Cook, Eliza

Melaia (1838): 473 450–51, p. 225

Cornwall, Barry (pen name of Bryan Waller Procter)

Address to the Ocean (1820): 271 143, p. 125

Dramatic Fragment 22 (‘Loss of Strength’) from his English Songs: and Other Small Poems (1832): 159 102–3, p. 76

Gyges (1820): 291 1, p. 147

Song CLXV. (‘Sister, I Cannot Read To-day’) from English Songs: 286 [Prologue] 222, p. 133

Stanzas no. 10 (‘For not alone with Alpine heights my soul’) from Dramatic Scenes and Other Poems (1819): 218 2, p. 109

The Last Day of Tippoo Saib (1820): 363 10, p. 206

Corry, John

Elegy to Maria M. (1797): 64 4, p. 49

Cottle, Joseph

Alfred, an Epic Poem (1800): 101 9–10, 19–20, and 29–30, pp. 60–61; 417 201–2, p. 212

Cotton, Charles

Winter (1689): 296 ix 9–10, p. 154

tr. of Montaigne’s De la Tristesse as Of Sorrow (1685): 296 cviii 2, p. 179

Cowley, Abraham

Davideis, A Sacred Poem of the Troubles of David (1656): 1 60, p. 22; 466 803–4, p. 220, note 174

Lilium Candidum (1668), Latin poem tr. by Nahum Tate as White-LILY (1689): 130 79, p. 69

Pyramus and Thisbe (1628): 209 219, p. 102

The Plagues of Egypt (1656): cited by Ricks, 219 93–95, p. 110

Cowper, William

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

A Fable (1780): 128 24 and 33, p. 68

Adam: a sacred drama (1810): 83 90, p. 53; 296 lii 15, p. 168; 337 158, p. 204

Contentment (1779): 217 11, p. 108

Expostulation (1782): 296 iii 12, p. 151; 296 cviii 4, p. 180

On the Death of the Bishop of Ely (1748): 296 xcv 64, p. 176

On the Receipt of My Mother’s Picture Out of Norfolk (1798): 296 lxxvi 1, p. 170

Private Correspondence of William Cowper, Esq. (Colburn, 1824): 286 iv 546–47, pp. 141–42

Table Talk (1782): 26 23, p. 40

The Nativity (1801): 62 11–12, p. 48

The Poet, The Oyster, and Sensitive Plant (1782): 2 I ii 26, p. 26

The Progress of Error (1782): 246 47–48, p. 118

The Task (1785): 176 18, p. 92; 214 15, p. 105

To Mary (1803): 87 11–13, p. 56

Truth (1782): 286 ii 292–96, pp. 138–39; 286 vi ∧ vii 2–3, p. 144

tr. of Antonio Francini’s ode on Milton (1791): 296 cxii 15–16, p. 181

tr. of Batrachomyomachia (1791): 73 63–64, p. 50

tr. of the Iliad (1791): 153 ii 135–37, pp. 74–75; 291 1, p. 147; 296 ix 3–4, pp. 153–54

Crabbe, Rev. George

Delay Has Danger (1812): cited by Ricks, 337 30, p. 203

Inebriety (1775): 83 90, p. 53

Letter X. Clubs and Social Meetings from The Borough (1810): 275 86–88, p. 127

Sir Eustace Grey (1807): 217 45, p. 109

Tale X. The Lover’s Journey from Tales in Verse (1812): 1 49, p. 21

The Village (1783): 296 xliv 1, p. 168

Crashaw, Richard

The Nightingale’s Song from Music’s Duel (1646): 286 iv 246–48, p. 140

The Tear (1646): 286 vii 235–37, p. 145

To the Same Party [A Young Gentlewoman]: Counsel Concerning Her Choice (1652): 296 cxxviii 14, p. 184

Creech, Thomas

tr. of Lucretius’s De Rerum Natura (1682) cited: 214 10, pp. 104–5, note 67

tr. of Marcus Manilius’s Astronomica as The Five Books of M. Manilius (1700): 296 xvii 1–6, p. 157

tr. (partial) of Virgil’s Fourth Georgick (1685): 296 ix 3–4, pp. 153–54

Croly, George

Castor and Pollux (1822): 209 11–12, p. 99

Salathiel: A Story of the Past, the Present, and the Future (1828): 218 51, pp. 109–10

Cumberland, Richard

Prologue to The Princess of Parma (1778): 75 28–29, p. 51

Cunningham, Allan

The Bride of Allanbay (1825): 296 lxxxix 27–28, p. 174

Cunningham, John

The Contemplatist: A Night Piece (1762): 208 67, p. 98

Cuvier, Georges, Baron Cuvier

The Animal Kingdom (1827): 337 20–21, p. 203

Dacre, Charlotte

The Vanity of Hope in Hours of Solitude: A Collection of Original Poems (1805): 78 (title), p. 51

Daniel, Samuel

Musophilus (1599): 2 III ii 78, p. 29

Dante Alighieri

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Inferno: 9 45, p. 38; 107 13–14, pp. 62–63; 164 6668, pp. 83–84; 296 lviii 9–10, p. 169; 316 i 516–18, p. 196

Purgatorio: 209 67–69, p. 100; 241 6, p. 115; 286 vi ∧ vii 7, p. 144; 296 xxi 17–20, p. 160

Paradiso: 161 130–31, p. 80; 286 ii 292–96, pp. 138–39

Dart, John

tr. of Tibullus’s Book III, Elegy III (1720): 1 31, p. 20

Darwall, Mary

The Pleasures of Contemplation (1764): 296 xxi 17–20, p. 160

Darwin, Erasmus

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

The Botanic Garden (1791): 1 2, p. 19; 2 I ii 26, pp. 26–27; 30 29–30, p. 42; 78 1–2, p. 51; 101 28, p. 61; 241, Prologue 3, p. 115; 271 10, p. 124; 296 xcvii 2–3, p. 176

d’Aulnoy, Madame (Marie-Catherine)

The history of the Earl of Warwick, sirnam’d the King-maker (1708): 286 i 2, p. 134

Davenant, William

Gondibert (1651): 164 230, p. 85; 286 ii 28–29, p. 137

Davenport, Richard Alfred

Sonnet to Ianthe (1800): 2 I iv 7–8, p. 27

Davenport, Selina

An Angel’s Form and a Devil’s Heart (1818): 255 12, p. 119

Dekker, Thomas

O Sweet Content (1603): 313 168–69, p. 192

The Honest Whore (1630): 166 5, p. 86

Dermody, Thomas

A Fragment of Petronius Arbiter, Imitated from Poems on Various Subjects (1802): 270 95, p. 124

Carrol’s Complaint (1800): 233 5, p. 114

Ode to Terror (1789): 1 55, p. 21

previously unpublished poem on Chatterton excerpted in Raymond’s Life of Thomas Dermody (1806): 84 35–36, p. 55

de Vere, Aubrey Thomas

Semper Eadem from The Sisters, Inisfail, and Other Poems (1861): 330 538, p. 201

De Vere, Sir Aubrey

Julian the Apostate, A Dramatic Poem (1822): 296 cxxv 15–16, p. 183

Mary Tudor, an Historical Drama (1847): 296 xxxix 3, pp. 166–67

Diaper, Rev. William

Eclogue II from Nereides: or Sea-Eclogues (1712): 167 69, p. 87

Eclogue XIII from the same: 277 31, p. 129

Dibdin, Charles

William and Jesse (1808): 377 2, p. 207

Dickens, Charles

A Tale of Two Cities (1859): 330 843–46, pp. 201–2

Barnaby Rudge: A Tale of the Riots of Eighty (1841): 443 5, p. 217

Little Dorrit (1857): 443 5, p. 217

Martin Chuzzlewit (1844): cited by Shatto, 316 i 1, p. 192

D’Israeli, Isaac

An Essay on the Manners and Genius of the Literary Character (1795): 316 i 9, p. 193

Mejnoun and Leila, The Arabian Petrarch and Laura (1799): 169 75, p. 88

Doddridge, Rev. Philip

Hymn (‘Interval of grateful shade’) from his posthumous Hymns founded on various texts in the Holy Scriptures (Salop, 1755): 296 iv 1, pp. 151–52

Dodsley, Robert

Public Virtue: A Poem in Three Books (Dublin, 1754): 3 i 33–34, p. 32

Donne, John

A Funerall Elegie (1611): 190 32, pp. 94–95

A Sermon Preached at the Temple (1661): 210 7, p. 104

A Valediction of Weeping (1633): 286 vi ∧ vii 1, p. 144

To M[r]. I[zaak]. W[alton]. (1719): 296 xxi 7–8, p. 159

Dorset, Mrs. [Catherine Ann Turner]

To a Friend, Who Asserted that Life Had No Pleasure After Early Youth from The Peacock at Home; and Other Poems (1809): 271 132, p. 125

Dowland, John

Eyes and Hearts from his Second Book of Songs or Ayres (1600): 4 31–32, p. 35

Humor say what makst thou heere from the same: 296 xix 12, p. 158

Downey, Thomas

Pleasures of the Naval Life (1813): 167 69, p. 87

Downman, Hugh, M.D.

Ode, on reading Mr. Hole’s Arthur, or The Northern Enchantment (1790): 286 ii 7–10, p. 137

Poem LXI (‘Let others covet wealth or power’) from his Poems, Sacred to Love and Beauty (Exeter, 1808): 277 135, p. 131

Drake, Sir Francis

The World Encompass’d (1628), repr. by the Hakluyt Society (1854): 330 91, p. 200

Drayton, Michael

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Ideas Mirrour (1594), sonnet 53 (‘Cleere Ankor, on whose siluer-sanded shore’): cited by Collins and by Ricks, 84 13–14, p. 54

Pastoral I: The First Eglogue from his Pastorals (1619): 1 48, p. 20

Poly-Olbion (1612): The Fifth Song: 296 [Prologue] 41, p. 149; The Eighth Song: 330 93, p. 200; The Ninth Song: 296 xcvii 19, p. 177; The Tenth Song and The Fourteenth Song: 310 19, p. 189; The Fifteenth Song: 110 4–6, p. 65; The Sixteenth Song: 2 III ii 78, p. 29; The Nineteenth Song: 257 45–46, p. 121

The Owle (1604): 286 vi 62–63, p. 143

To the Virginian Voyage (1606): 161 11–12, p. 78

Drummond, William Hamilton

Bruce’s Invasion of Ireland (Dublin, 1826): 219 93–95, pp. 110–11

The Battle of Trafalgar, a Heroic Poem (Belfast, 1806): 3 i 32, p. 31; 296 cxii 15–16, p. 181

Dryden, John

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Absalom and Achitophel (1681): 296 cxiii 12, p. 181

Annus Mirabilis: The Year of Wonders, 1666 (1667): 227 47–48, p. 113; 317 28, p. 197

Cleomenes, the Spartan heroe, a tragedy (1692): 355 251–53, p. 206

Cymon and Iphigenia from his Fables, Ancient and Modern (1700): cited by Ricks, 1 54, p. 21; 296 i 10, p. 150

MacFlecknoe (1684): 330 101, p. 200

Of the Pythagorean Philosophy. From Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Book XV (1700): 170 116, pp. 88–89

Palamon and Arcite (1700): cited by Ricks, 241, The Departure 13, p. 117; cited by Ricks, 296 xliii 5, p. 167

The Fire of London from Annus Mirabilis: The Year of Wonders, 1666 (1667): 227 47–48, pp. 113–14; 317 28, p. 197

The Hind and the Panther (1687): 471 318–20, p. 223

tr. of Horace’s Second Epode from Second Miscellany (1668): 312 21–22, p. 189

tr. of Juvenal’s Tenth Satire (1693): 296 xcvii 2–3, p. 176

tr. of Virgil’s Æneis (1697): 1 27–28, pp. 19–20, and 1 54, p. 21; 27 67, p. 41; 91 1–2, pp. 58–59; 109 8–9, p. 64; 194 50, p. 97; 277 151–52, p. 131; 296 xv 16–18, p. 156; 394 1–2, pp. 209–10; 427 33, p. 216

tr. of Virgil’s Fourth Eclogue (1716): 240 3, pp. 114–15

tr. of Virgil’s Georgic II (1697): 91 1–2, pp. 58–59; 194 50, p. 97

du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste

see Sylvester, Josuah

Duck, Stephen

The Thresher’s Labour (1730; rev. 1736): 1 49, p. 21

Duckett, William

Grecian Liberty: An Ode (1822): 101 27, p. 61

Dunkin, William

tr. of Swift’s Carberiæ Rupes (1723) as Carbery Rocks (1735): 78 96–97, p. 52

Dwight, John S.

tr. of Goethe’s Harzreise im Winter (1789) as Ride to the Hartz in Winter (1839): 441 73, p. 217

Dwight, Theodore and/or Richard Alsop [presumed author(s)]

Symptoms of the Millennium, in the Year 1801 from The Echo: With Other Poems (New York, 1807): 296 xxxv 24, p. 166

Dyce, Alexander

Select Translations from the Greek of Quintus Smyrnæus (Oxford, 1821): 296 xcviii 12–14, p. 177

Dyer, John

The Fleece (1757): 214 15, p. 105; 271 37, pp. 124–25

The Ruins of Rome (1740): 127 64–65, p. 67; 163 34, p. 83

Edgeworth, Maria

The Knapsack from her Moral Tales (1801): 296 xl 1, p. 167

Edwards, Thomas

L’Envoy from Narcissus (1595): 108 8, p. 63

Egerton, F[rancis]. S[utherland]., first Earl of Ellesmere

Boyle Farm. A Poem. (1827): 78 22, p. 52

Egestorff, G[eorg]. H[einrich]. C.

tr. from the German of Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock’s Der Messias as Klopstock’s Messiah, A Poem in Twenty Cantos, vol. 1 (Hamburg, 1821; London, 1826): 50 24, p. 44; 164 3, p. 83

Elliott, Ebenezer

Love (1823): 297 20, p. 185

To the Wood Anemone (1820): 209 275–76, p. 102

Elton, Sir Charles Abraham

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Elegy VIII (1810), after Propertius: 59 4–5, p. 48

Elegy XIV (1810), after Propertius: 1 64, p. 22

Roses, From the Latin of Ausonius (1824): 296 cxxx 6–7, p. 184

The Brothers. A Monody. (1820): 296 lxxxix 29–30, p. 174

The Duke’s Feast (1810): 84 85–86, p. 56

tr. of Propertius’s Elegiae III as On His Jealousy of A Rival in his Specimens of the Classic Poets [. . .] translated into English verse (1814): 296 cviii 2, p. 179.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo

passage from Plato’s Apology echoed in his essay History (1841): 296 xcvii 34–36, p. 177

1840 letter to him from Margaret Fuller Ossoli: 316 i 151, p. 195

Erskine, Ralph

The Fall of Man from his Gospel Sonnets (1726): 286 vii 297, p. 145

Etherege, George

The Man of Mode; or, Sir Fopling Flutter (1676): 413 12, p. 211

Euripides

his Hecuba quoted and in 1697 tr. by John Potter: 106 2, pp. 61–62

Eusden, Laurence

Claudian’s Court of Venus (1714): 265 9, p. 123

To Charles Lord Halifax. Occasioned by Translating into Latin Two Poems by His Lordship and Mr. Stepney (1709): 164 2058, p. 84

tr. of Alcithöe and her Sisters transform’d to Bats from Book IV of Ovid’s Metamorphoses (1717): 193 90–91, p. 95

tr. of Pluto’s speech to Proserpine from Claudian’s De raptu Proserpinae (1713): 296 lxxxv 25, p. 172

Evans, Lewis

The Pleasures of Benevolence (1830): 91 11–12, p. 59

Everaerts, Jan (as ‘Johannes Secundus’)

his Liber Basiorum (1541) tr. by Elijah Fenton as Basium (1717): 164 198–201, p. 84

Faber, Frederick William

An Epistle to a Young M. P. from The Styrian Lake, and Other Poems (1842): 296 xxi 13–16, p. 159

Fairfax, Edward

tr. of Tasso’s Gerusalemme Liberata as Godfrey of Bulloigne, or, Jerusalem Delivered (1600): 127 52, p. 66, and 127 81, p. 68; 176 17, p. 92; 241, The Departure 13, p. 117

Falconer, William

The Shipwreck (1762): 27 67, p. 41; 61 4, p. 48; 241, The Sleeping Palace 12, p. 116; 296 [Epilogue] 62, p. 184

Fanshawe, Sir Richard

tr. of Luís Vaz de Camões’s Os Lusiadas as The Lusiad, or, Portugals Historicall Poem (1655): 153 i 298, p. 74

tr. of Guarini’s Il Pastor Fido as The Faithfull Shepherd (1590): 286 vii 297, p. 145

Fawcett, Joseph

Change (1798): 285B 1, p. 132

Fawkes, Francis

tr. of Grammaticus Musæus’s De Herone et Leandro as The Loves of Hero and Leander (1760): 1 124, p. 24

Fenton, Elijah

Basium I (1717): 164 198–201, p. 84

see also Jan Everaerts for Liber Basiorum and Alexander Pope for instances of the Pope–Broome–Fenton Odyssey

Fergusson, Robert

A Saturday’s Expedition. In Mock Heroics (1773): 291 9, p. 148

Job, Chap. III, Paraphrased (1779): 296 lxiv 2324, pp. 169–70

The Town and Country Contrasted (1799): 296 lxxxix 37, pp. 174–75

see also, by the otherwise anonymous ‘C. B.’, Fergusson and Burns; or the Poet’s Reverie. Part II.

Finch, Anne, Countess of Winchilsea

Clarinda’s Indifference at Parting with Her Beauty (1713): 151 14, p. 72

The Change (1713): 296 ix 7–8, p. 154

Fitchett, John

Alfred, A Poem, vol. 1 (1808): 227 40, p. 113; and, continued and completed by Robert Roscoe, King Alfred: A Poem (1841–42): 227 40, p. 113; 296 xcv 49–50, p. 175

Fitzgerald, William Thomas

Written for the Anniversary of the Literary Fund, at Freemasons’-Hall, May 2, 1811 (1811): 410 7, p. 211

Flatman, Thomas

On the Death of the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Ossory. Pindariq’ Ode. (1682): 296 xx 1–2, p. 158

Fletcher, Giles

Christ’s Victorie and Triumph, in Heaven, in Earth, over and after Death (1610): 193 57–58, p. 95

Fletcher, John

Rollo, Duke of Normandy (1639): 296 xix 12, p. 158

The Faithful Shepherdess (1609): 286 i 9–10, p. 135

and Francis Beaumont, A King and No King (1619), 209 219, p. 102

and Philip Massinger, The Custom of the Country (1647): 166 5, p. 86

and Philip Massinger, The False One (1647): 2 I v 119–20, p. 28

and Nathan Field and Philip Massinger, The Queen of Corinth (1647): 106 2, p. 61

Fletcher, Phineas

Piscatory Eclogues (new edition, Edinburgh, 1771): 286 ii 87–88, p. 138

The Purple Island (1633): 163 33, p. 82

Ford, John

Love’s Sacrifice (1633): 159 96–98, p. 76

Fox, George

Letter of George Fox to Friends in Holland: 472 555–56, pp. 223–24

Francini, Antonio

see Cowper, William

Francis, Eliza S.

Sir Wilibert de Waverley; or, the Bridal Eve (1815): 218 56–57, p. 110

Gale, Theophilus

The Anatomie of Infidelitie, Or, An Explication of the Nature, Causes, Aggravations, and Punishment of Unbelief (1672): 296 cix 9, p. 180

Garrick, David

The Lying Valet (1821): 2 I v 119–20, p. 28

Gay, John

Dione: A Pastoral Tragedy (1719): 296 xv 16–18, p. 156

Epistle II. To the Right Honourable the Earl of Burlington. A Journey to Exeter. 1716. (1729): 296 lxxxix 37, pp. 174–75

Trivia; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London (1716): 296 lxxxix 37, pp. 174–75

partial tr. of Ovid’s Metamorphoses (1717; repr. 1813): 170 17, p. 88

Gentleman, Francis

The Dramatic Censor: or, Critical Companion (1770): 286 iv 272, p. 140

Gibbon, Edward

History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1776): 277 151–52, p. 131; 337 16, pp. 202–3

see also Hayley, William

Gibson, William

Conscience (1772): 162 51–52, p. 81

Giles, William, ed.

Serious Thoughts on a Late Coronation (1775): 296 xliii 5, pp. 167–68

Gisborne, Thomas

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Conscience (1798): 190 32, p. 94

Consolation: A Lyric Poem (1798): 246 47–48, p. 118

Rothley Temple (1815): 214 15, p. 105

To F. G. On His Birthday. Supposed to be Spoken by Himself. (1813): 193 98, p. 96

Walk the Third. Summer.—Moonlight from Walks in a Forest, and Other Poems (1794) 9 45, p. 38; cited by Ricks, 286 vi 65, p. 143

Glover, Richard

The Atheniad (1787): 250 1, p. 118

The Story of Teribazus and Ariana from Leonidas (sixth edn, 1770): 267 29–30, p. 123

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von

confirmation of T.’s report to a correspondent that Goethe’s dying words are echoed in the opening lines of In Memoriam: 296 i 1–4, p. 150

Faust, Part One: 425 65–68, pp. 214–15; tr. by Carlyle as Faust’s Curse (1822): 296 iii 12, p. 151

Harzreise im Winter (1789) tr. by John S. Dwight as Ride to the Hartz in Winter (1839): 441 73, p. 217

Willkommen und Abschied (1775) tr. by Alfred Baskerville as Welcome and Parting in The Poetry of Germany (1854): 337 159–60, p. 204

see also Gower, Lord Francis Leveson (1823) and Hayward, Abraham (1833)

Goldsmith, Oliver

The Deserted Village (1770): 286 iv 246–48, p. 140

The Traveller. Or, a Prospect of Society (1764): 84 1–4, pp. 53–54; 209 146, p. 101

Good, John Mason

tr. of Lucretius’s De Rerum Natura as The Nature of Things: A Didactic Poem (1805): 214 10, p. 104

tr. of The Song of Songs (1803): 241, The Sleeping Beauty 19, p. 117

Gower, Lord Francis Leveson

tr. of Goethe’s Faust (1823): 425 59–60, p. 214

tr. of Schiller’s Lied von der Glocke as Song of the Bell (1823): 300 3, p. 186

Grahame, James

The Sabbath (Edinburgh, 1804): 73 43–44, p. 50

Graves, Richard

The Rural Retreat from vol. 1 of his Euphrosyne: or, Amusements on the Road of Life (1776): 312 13, p. 189

Gray, Thomas

Collins associates T. with Virgil, Tasso, and Gray: Preface, p. 7

Couplet about Birds (1814): cited by Ricks, 16 25, p. 39

Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (1751): cited by Thomas Warton in his 1785 edn of Milton’s poems, 78 83–86, p. 52; cited by Ricks, 296 xxvii 2, pp. 161–62

Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude (1775): 26 1, p. 39

The Bard (1757): 217 1, p. 107

The Descent of Odin: An Ode (1768): 277 40, p. 130

tr. of Statius’s Thebaid (1775): 219 93–95, pp. 110–11

tr. of Tasso’s Gerusalemme Liberata as From Tasso (1814): 1 124, p. 24

Green, John Richard

The Winter Retreat from Stray Studies from England and Italy (1876): 466 803–4, p. 220

Greene, Edward Burnaby

Friendship: a Satire (1763): 337 1, p. 202

Grenville, George

Portugal, a Poem, in two Parts (1812): 286 vi 62–63, p. 143

Greville, Fulke

Life of the Renowned Sr. Philip Sidney (1652): 296 [Epilogue] 79–80, p. 184

Griffin, Bartholomew

Sonnet 1 (‘Fidessa fair! long live a happy maiden!’) from Sonnets to Fidessa (1596): 145 9, p. 71

Grinfield, Rev. Thomas

Jesus Christ, the Comforter of Disquietude from The Omnipresence of God: with Other Sacred Poems (Bristol, 1824): 8 17, p. 37

Monitory Recollections on a New Year’s Day (1824): 215 3, p. 106

tr. of Aeneid vi (1815): 1 27–28, p. 19

Guarini, Giovanni Battista

see Fanshawe, Sir Richard

Guthrie, William

tr. of Cicero’s letter to Atticus, Book XII, Epistle 1 (1752): 296 [Epilogue] 79–80, p. 184

Hall, Joseph

Elegy on Dr. Whitaker (1596): 108 8, p. 63

Hallam, Arthur

On Sympathy (1830) cited by Shatto & Shaw: 296 xxx 22–23, p. 163

To the Loved One (1834): 289 29–32, pp. 146–47

Harington, John (as ‘I. H.’)

The History of Polindor and Flostella (1657): 241, The Sleeping Beauty 19, p. 117

Harley, G[eorge]. D[avies].

A Legacy of Love (1796): 209 143, p. 101

Harrison, Thomas

Thoughts under Affliction from his Poems on Divine Subjects (1719): 296 xliii 5, p. 167

Harvey, Christopher

Ode 29 (‘The watering of the Heart’) in his Schola cordis (1647): 163 6, p. 81

Harvey, John

The Bruciad (1769): 296 lxi 9, p. 169

Hawthorne, Nathaniel

The Blithedale Romance (1852): 316 i 57, pp. 194–95

Hayley, William

Epistle II from An Essay on History; in Three Epistles to Edward Gibbon, Esq. (1780): 3 i 33–34, p. 32

Epistle to Mrs. Hannah More from his Poems on Serious and Sacred Subjects (Chichester, 1818): 296 xxii 9–12, p. 160

The Triumphs of Temper (1781): 217 31, p. 108; 271 153, p. 126

Hayward, Abraham

Goethe’s Faust, Part One (1808) as tr. by Hayward (1833): 425 65–68, pp. 214–15

Hazlitt, William

Essay on Jeremy Bentham from The Spirit of the Age (cited below): 176 18, pp. 92–93

Essay on William Godwin from The Spirit of the Age (cited below): 296 cxxii 17, p. 183

Lectures on the English Poets (1818): 3 i 2–4, pp. 30–31

On a Sun-Dial (1827): 143 10, p. 71; 212 7–8, p. 104

On the Past and Future from Table-Talk (1821): 277 31, pp. 129–30

On the Qualifications Necessary to Success in Life from The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826): 300 3, p. 186

The Spirit of the Age: or Contemporary Portraits (1825): 176 18, pp. 92–93; 194 167, p. 97

Heber, Sir Reginald

Morte d’Arthur: A Fragment (1830): 108 14, p. 63

Hemans, Felicia Dorothea (née Browne)

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Greek Funeral Chant or Myriologue (1825): 3 i 69–70, p. 32

Imelda (1825): 164 215, pp. 8485

Italian Girl’s Hymn to the Virgin (1829): 259 11, p. 122

Juana (1827): 296 lxxxvi 1–2, p. 172

Modern Greece (1817): 250 1, p. 118

Morning (1808): 130 79, pp. 6970

Night-Blowing Flowers (1827): 193 57–58, p. 95

Owen Glyndwr’s War-Song (1822): 10 5, p. 39

Song. Founded on an Arabian Anecdote (1839): 286 vi ∧ vii 7, p. 144

The Abencerrage (1819): 26 15, p. 40; 241, L’Envoi 41–42, pp. 117–18; 257 54, p. 121; 296 [Prologue] 42, p. 149; 296 xi 15–16, p. 155

The Brigand Leader and his Wife (1827): 209 266, p. 102

The Bride of the Greek Isle (1825): 259 11, p. 122

The Captive Knight (1824): 176 3, pp. 91–92

The Charmed Picture (1829): 275 86–88, p. 127

The Coronation of Inez de Castro (1828): 296 lxxxvi 1–2, p. 172

The Forest Sanctuary (1825): 2 III ii 78, pp. 29–30; 296 [Prologue] 41, p. 149; 296 lxxxii 1–4, p. 171; 296 [Epilogue] 117–18, p. 185

The Indian City (1825): 296 lxxxvi 1–2, p. 172

The Last Constantine (1823): 296 cxix 3, p. 182

The Last Song of Sappho (1831): 279 85–87, p. 132

The Meeting of the Bards (1822): 277 32, p. 130

The Minster (1830): 296 lxxxvi 1–2, p. 172

The Olive Tree (1834): 241, The Sleeping Palace 15–16, p. 116

The Palmer (1830): 296 [Prologue] 42, p. 149

The Palm-Tree (1827): 193 57–58, p. 95

The Peasant Girl of the Rhone (1828): 286 i 18, p. 136

The Sicilian Captive (1825): 9 8–9, p. 37; 153 i 734, p. 74

The Siege of Valencia (1823): 3 i 69–70, p. 32; 241, L’Envoi 41–42, pp. 11718; 296 xxxv 1–2, p. 165

The Sunbeam (1826): 250 1, p. 118

The Voice of Spring (1823): 9 8–9, p. 37

The Wandering Wind (1834): 475 36, p. 226

To My Brother and Sister, in the Country. Written in London. (1808): 160 44, p. 77

To the Author of the Excursion and the Lyrical Ballads, later renamed To Wordsworth (1826): 464 378–80, pp. 218–19

Henderson, William

Christianity and Modern Thought: Twelve Lectures (Ballaarat, 1861): 415 204, p. 212

Heracleitus

see Plato, Cratylus

Herbert, George

Repentance from The Temple (1633): 58A 47, p. 47

The Discharge from the same: cited by Collins, 296 [Prologue] 12, p. 148

The Flower from the same: 146 8, p. 72

Herbert, Rev. William

Ode to Despair (1804): 55 7, pp. 45–46

Herbert, William, third Earl of Pembroke

Sonnet (‘Dear, when I think upon my first sad fall’) (1660): 47 32, p. 43

Hetherington, William Maxwell

The Ewe-Bughts from his Twelve Dramatic Sketches Founded on the Pastoral Poetry of Scotland (1829): 267 29–30, p. 123

Heywood, John

If you know not me, You know no bodie: Or The troubles of Queene Elizabeth (1605); and The Second Part of, If you know not me, you know no bodie (1606): 217 5, p. 108

The Play of the Weather (1533): 5 49–50, pp. 36–37

Heywood, Thomas

The Fair Maid of the West (1631): 2 I v 163–64, p. 29

The Golden Age. Or The liues of Iupiter and Saturne, with the deifying of the heathen gods (1611): 3 i 5–9, p. 31

Hickie, William James

tr. of Aristophanes’s The Wasps (1820): 241 17, p. 117

Hill, Aaron

Advice to the Poets (1731): 124 5, p. 65

An Ode; on Occasion of Mr. Handel’s great Te Deum (1733): 161 130–31, p. 80

The Fanciad. An heroic poem. In six cantos. To His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, on the turn of his genius to arms. (1743): 163 33, p. 82

To Clio (1753): 143 10, p. 71

Hodgson, Francis

Statius to his Wife Claudia. The Fifth of the Sylvae—Book the Third (1809): 286 iv 495, p. 141

The Friends (1818): 1 124, p. 24

Hodson, Margaret

Margaret of Anjou, a Poem in Ten Cantos (1816): 286 i 4, p. 135

Hogan, John

Blarney; A Descriptive Poem (1842): 296 lxxxix 29–30, p. 174

Hogg, James

Mador of the Moor (Edinburgh, 1816): 58A 36, p. 47; 109 8–9, p. 64

The Queen’s Wake: A Legendary Poem (Edinburgh, 1813): 296 cviii 4, p. 180

Wat o’ the Cleugh (1817): 176 23–24, p. 93

Hole, Rev. Richard

Arthur; or, the Northern Enchantment (1789): 209 343–45, p. 103

Ode to Terror (1792): 163 17, p. 82

see also Hugh Downman, Ode, on reading Mr. Hole’s Arthur, or The Northern Enchantment (1790)

Holford, Margaret

Wallace; or, The Fight of Falkirk; A Metrical Romance (1809): 1 61–62, p. 22

Hollingsworth, Rev. A[rthur]. G[eorge]. H[arper].

Rebecca; or, the Times of Primitive Christianity (1832): 190 22, p. 94

Holloway, William

The Suicide. Occasioned by the providential Rescue of a Friend in the Commission of that horrible Act of Desperation. (1800): 417 201–2, p. 212

Homer

mentioned: Preface, pp. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12

Iliad: 1 54, p. 21; 1 74, p. 23; 30 29–30, p. 42; 153 ii 135–37, pp. 74–75; 163 34, p. 83; 173 45–47, p. 90; 194 54, p. 97; 219 93–95, pp. 110–11; 291 1, p. 147; 296 iv 11, p. 152; 296 ix 3–4, pp. 153–54; 296 xv 16–18, p. 156; 296 xxvii 2, pp. 161–62; 310 19, pp. 188–89; 330 31–32, p. 199; 427 33, p. 216; 471 901–3, p. 223

Odyssey: 1 48, pp. 20–21; 3 i 2–4, pp. 30–31; 30 29–30, p. 42; 127 81, p. 68; 214 10, pp. 104–5; 219 131–32, p. 111; 241, L’Envoi 41–42, pp. 117–18; 286 ii 7–10, p. 137; 286 vi 47, p. 143; 296 iv 11, p. 152; 296 xl 1, p. 167; 296 xliv 1, p. 168; 316 i 48, p. 194; 316 i 402–4, pp. 195–96

for translators and translations of some or all of the Iliad see George Chapman, William Congreve, William Cowper, and Alexander Pope; for the Pope–Broome–Fenton Odyssey, see Alexander Pope

Homer, Philip Bracebridge

Observations On a Short Tour Made in the Summer of 1803, to the Western Highlands of Scotland (1804): 127 72, p. 67

Hood, Thomas

Hero and Leander (1827): 296 lxxvii 5, pp. 170–71

Ode to Melancholy (1827): 216 4, pp. 106–7

The Desert-Born (1837): 420 73, pp. 213–14

The Dream of Eugene Aram, The Murderer (1831): cited by Shatto, 296 ii 213–14, p. 197

The Irish Schoolmaster (1826): 296 xlvi 10, p. 168

The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies (1827): 250 1, pp. 118–19

Hoole, John

tr. of Metastasio’s libretto for the opera Achille in Sciro as Achilles in Scyros (1800): 296 xxvii 1011, p. 162

tr. of Tasso’s Gerusalemme Liberata as Jerusalem Delivered (1763): 30 29–30, p. 42; 91 11–12, p. 59

Hope, John Thomas

The Arch of Titus (1824): 84 85–86, p. 56

Hopkins, Charles

Boadicea, Queen of Britain (1697): 286 vii 297, p. 145

tr. of The Passion of Scylla for Minos, From the Eighth Book of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. from his The History of Love. A Poem: In a letter to a Lady. (1695): 219 93–95, pp. 110–11

Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus)

mentioned: Preface, pp. 1, 4, 5, 8, 12; 339 8, p. 205

Epode ii as tr. by Dryden: 312 21–22, p. 189

Epode ii 6 quoted and as tr. by William Sewell in his Odes and Epodes of Horace (1850): 330 91, p. 200

Epode v quoted: 1A i 8, p. 17

Epode xiv quoted and as tr. by Christopher Smart in The Works of Horace (1767): 241, The Sleeping Palace 1–2, p. 116

Odes I xii ‘freely imitated’ by Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan (1822): 9 12, pp. 37–38

Odes II ix 3 quoted: 208 67, pp. 98–99

Odes II xx, Collins’s citation of dismissed by T.: Preface, p. 5, and 296 xxxv 9, p. 165

Odes III iii, tr. by Byron in his Hours of Idleness (1807): 1A iii 5, pp. 17–18

Odes III xi 35 cited by Ricks: 296 cxxviii 14, p. 184

Odes III xxix 23–24 quoted: 296 [Epilogue] 62, p. 184

Odes IV xiii (Ode to Lyce) quoted: 277 31, pp. 129–30

Pope, First Satire of the Second Book of Horace, Imitated: 30 29–30, p. 42

Horne, M[offat]. J[ames].

Zara: or, The Black Death. A Poem of the Sea. (1827): 296 xxxiv 13–16, pp. 164–65

Horne, R[ichard]. H[engist].

Orion: an Epic Poem in Three Books (1843): 312 41–42, pp. 189–90

Houghton, Lord

see Milnes, Richard Monckton

Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey

The meanes to attain happy life from Tottel’s Miscellany (1557): 240 3, pp. 114–15

Howard, Rev. Henry

tr. of Claudian’s De Nuptiis Honorii et Mariæ as Epithalamium on the Marriage of Honorius and Maria from his Translations From Claudian (1823): 161 9–10, p. 78

Howard, J. J.

tr. of Ovid’s Metamorphoses (1807), including Book II: 26 32, p. 41, and 176 23–24, p. 93;

Book VII: 1 119–20, pp. 23–24; and Book XV: 4 155, p. 36

Howell, James

A Poem Heroique, Presented to his late Majesty for a New Year’s Gift (1663): 296 lxi 9, p. 169

‘To the knowing Reader touching Familiar Letters’, the introductory poem in his Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ: Familiar Letters Domestick and Foreign (1650): 208 18, p. 98

Howell, Samuel

Village Rambles (1810): 297 20, p. 185

Hoyland, Francis

Rural Happiness, An Elegy (1763): 1 55, pp. 21–22

Hudson, Henry

Idyll I (Morning) from The Hours (1817): 192 3, p. 95

Hunt, Leigh

A Thought of the Nile (1818): 296 lxxxix 36, p. 174

Lord Byron and Some of his Contemporaries (1828): 296 xxvii 10–11, p. 162

Pastoral II. Season, Summer. — Time, Noon. (1801): 286 iv 169, p. 139

Remembered Friendship from his Juvenilia (1801): 296 lxxxix 27–28, pp. 173–74

The Story of Rimini (1816): 241 15–16, pp. 115–16; 296 lxxii 15, p. 170

Hurdis, Rev. James

Elmer and Ophelia from his Poems, by the Author of the Village Curate, and Adriano (1790): 286 ii 21–22, p. 137

Imlah, John

To ……., from his May Flowers. Poems and Songs: Some in the Scottish Dialect (1827): 130 40–41, p. 69

To Sea (1841): 296 ciii 53–54, p. 178

Ingram, Henry

Matilda, A Tale of the Crusades (1830): 160 77–78, p. 77

The Flower of Wye (1815): 4 173, p. 36; 47 31, p. 43

Ireland, William Henry

The Sailor-Boy (1809): 286 ii 87–88, p. 138

Jackson, Samuel

Sympathy: or, a sketch of the social passion. (1781): 296 xx 1–2, p. 158

James VI, King, of Scotland (attributed)

Ane Poeme of Tyme from Chronicle of Scottish Poetry: From the Thirteenth Century, to the Union of the Crowns, ed. by James Sibbald (Edinburgh, 1802): 163 13–14, p. 82

Johnson, C[harles]. H[enry].

John the Baptist, A Prize Poem Recited in the Theatre, Oxford, in the year 1809, repr. in The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry, for 1810–1811 (1814): 209 56–57, p. 99

Johnson, Samuel

Essay from The Rambler No. 99 (1751): 217 41, p. 109

Essay from The Rambler No. 128 (1751): 217 2, p. 108

Friendship; An Ode (1743): 296 lxxxv 25, pp. 171–72

Irene, A Tragedy (1749): 48 19–20, p. 44

Omar’s Plan of Life from The Idler (1760): 306 8, p. 187

Jones, Jacob, Jun.

Sonnet to Clare, the Northamptonshire Peasant-Poet (1824): 164 205–8, p. 84

Jones, James Athearn

Bonaparte (New York, 1820): 8 17, p. 37

Jones, Sir William

The Seven Fountains, An Eastern Allegory, written in the Year 1767 (1772): 431 44–45, p. 216

see also Thomas Maurice, An Elegiac and Historical Poem, sacred to the Memory and Virtues of the Honourable Sir William Jones (1795)

Jonson, Ben

Every Man Out of His Humour (1616): 209 115, pp. 100–1

Volpone; or, The Foxe (1607): 109 4, pp. 63–64

Juvenal (Decimus Iunius Iuvenalis)

Satire X quoted: 109 4, pp. 63–64; tr. by Dryden (1693), 296 xcvii 2–3, p. 176

Keats, John

mentioned: Preface, p. 12; 289 9–10, p. 146

Endymion (1818): cited by Ricks, 3 i 88–90, p. 33; cited by Ricks, 91 1–2, pp. 58–59; 91 9–10, p. 59; 155 1, p. 75; 161 6, p. 78; 209 146, p. 101; 216 4, pp. 106–7; 286 i 18, p. 136; 296 lxxvii 13–14, p. 171; 301 5, p. 186

Hyperion (abandoned epic, published, unfinished, in 1820): cited by Collins and by Ricks, 160 90–92, pp. 77–78

Imitation of Spenser (1817): 109 8–9, p. 64

I stood tip-toe (1817): 324 61–62, p. 198

Lamia (1820): cited by Ricks, 126 3–4, pp. 65–66; 145 9, pp. 71–72

Ode on a Grecian Urn (1820): 289 29–32, pp. 146–47

Ode on Melancholy (1820): 286 iv 546–47, pp. 141–42

Ode to a Nightingale (1819): cited by Ricks, 91 11–12, p. 59; 316 i 686–87, p. 196

Otho the Great: A Tragedy in Five Acts (1819): 3 ii 24, p. 34

The Fall of Hyperion: A Dream (unfinished epic, first published as such 1856): cited by Ricks, 132 59–60, p. 70

To George Felton Mathew, 241, L’Envoi 41–42, pp. 117–18

To Hope (1817): 286 vi ∧ vii 2–3, p. 144

Keble, John

Poem 53, Third Sunday After Trinity in The Christian Year (1827): cited by Ricks, 108 8, p. 63

Sermon on Psalm xxii posthumously published in Sermons for the Christian Year (1876): 400 5–6, pp. 210–11

Kenyon, John

Recalling (1738): 296 xx 1–2, p. 158

Killigrew, Henry

Book III, Epigram 5. To his Book. from his Epigrams of Martial, Englished with some other pieces, ancient and modern (1695): 279 10–11, p. 132

King James Bible

Acts ii 1–3: 173 29–30, p. 90

Amos vii 17: 337 373–75, p. 204

Daniel v 6: 46 26, pp. 42–43

Daniel vii 9–10: 4 121–28, pp. 35–36

Deuteronomy xxvi 9: 153 i 327–28, p. 74

Ecclesiastes iv 4: 209 115, pp. 100–1

Exodus x 21: 3 i 125, pp. 33–34

Exodus xiii 21: 257 17–20, pp. 119–20

Exodus xiv 19 and xiv 24: 286 v 513, p. 142

Exodus xix 5: 153 i 437–38, p. 74

Exodus xxxiii 23: 296 [Prologue] 1–3, p. 148

Genesis iii 17 and v 29: 209 229, p. 102

Genesis xvi 11–12: 330 843–46, pp. 201–2

Isaiah xxxii 2: 310 15–17, p. 188

Isaiah xxxviii 2 and xxxviii 4–5: 330 281–82, pp. 200–1

Isaiah xliii 2: 465 130–32, pp. 219–20

Isaiah xlvi 1–2: 153 i 298, p. 74

Isaiah xlix 23: 2 I v 93–94, p. 28

Isaiah lxiv 1 and Judges v 5 cited (as Ricks notes) by Shatto & Shaw: 296 cxxiii 56, p. 183

James ii 14: 296 cviii 5, p. 180

Jeremiah ix 3: 217 5, p. 108

Job iii 13–14: 296 lxiv 23–24, pp. 169–70

Job xiv 1: 209 330, p. 103

Job xlii 6: 296 xxxiv 4, p. 164; and 316 i 32, p. 194

John iv 48 and Hebrews ii 4: 474 226–27, p. 226

John xii 23 cited (as Ricks notes) by John D. Rosenberg: 473 86, p. 224

Jude i 13: 468 188–89, p. 221

Judges xi 12 and 2 Kings ix 19: 99 34 and 40, p. 60

Luke xv 24: 290 8–9, p. 147

Luke xv 32: 468 77–78, p. 221

Luke xxiii 24: 337 782–83, p. 205

Luke xxiii 34: 277 123–26, p. 131; and 475 265, p. 226

Mark ix 44 cited (as Ricks notes) by J. M. Gray: 473 450–51, p. 225

Matthew vi 31: 316 i 533–34, p. 196

Matthew vii 6: 386 110, p. 209; and 473 310, p. 225

Matthew viii 29: 99 34 and 40, p. 60

Matthew ix 1–8 and Mark ii 1–12: 209 56–57, p. 99

Matthew xii 9–14, Mark iii 1–6, and Luke vi 6–11: 209 56–57, p. 99

Matthew xiii 13: 286 vi 3, p. 143

Matthew xvi 25: 471 456, p. 223

Matthew xxiv 20: 210 7, p. 104

Matthew xxvi 18 cited by Ricks: 472 597, p. 224

Matthew xxvii 51: 209 10, p. 99

Numbers xx 11: 276 59–60, p. 128

Proverbs iii 24 cited by Shatto & Shaw: 296 xxx 19, p. 163

Proverbs xiv 13: 78 49, p. 52

Proverbs xvi 24: 275 25–27, p. 126

Proverbs xxiv 30–31: 296 xxvii 1011, p. 162

Psalm vi 6: 164 230, p. 85

Psalm xvi 2 cited (as Ricks notes) by J. M. Gray: 473 569, p. 226

Psalm xviii 16–19: sermon on, by Rev. Walter Blake Kirwan, 296 xxxv 24, p. 166

Psalm xxii: sermon on, by John Keble, 400 5–6, pp. 210–11

Psalm lxxvii 2: 473 569, p. 226

Psalm civ 3: 2 I i 84–85, p. 25

Revelation i 3: 472 597, p. 224

Revelation iii 3: 473 86, p. 224

Revelation viii 6–7: 473 151, p. 225

Revelation ix 3 cited (as Ricks notes) by J. M. Gray: 473 450–51, p. 225

Revelation xiv 13 cited by Shatto & Shaw: 296 xxx 19, p. 163

Revelation xvii 3: 472 555–56, pp. 223–24

Revelation xix 10: 3 i 1, p. 30

Revelation xx 10: 473 343–45, p. 225

Revelation xxi 5: 200 1–2, p. 97

Romans xii 1: homily by John Chrysostom on, tr. by James Endell Tyler in Meditations from the Fathers of the First Five Centuries (1849): 299 8, pp. 185–86

Tobit iii 2 (Apocrypha): 296 [Prologue] 12, p. 148

Zechariah xiv 14: 296 lii 15, p. 168

1 Corinthians iii 1–3: 88 1–4, p. 57

1 Corinthians xv: 286 ii 71–74, pp. 137–38

1 Corinthians xv 28: 469 381–82, p. 222

1 Kings xvii 1: 146 8, p. 72

2 Kings ix 19: 99 34 and 40, p. 60

1 Peter i 8 cited by Ricks and by Shatto & Shaw: 296 [Prologue] 1–3, p. 148

King, Henry

St. Valentine’s Day (1657): 27 67, p. 41

King, James

A Poem on Leigh Park, The Seat of Sir George Thos. Staunton, Bart. (1829): 194 21–22, pp. 96–97

King, William

The Art of Love (1709), after Ovid: 296 xlvi 1–4, p. 168

The Toast, An Epic Poem in Four Books. Written in Latin by Frederick Scheffer, Done into English by Peregrine O Donald, Esq (1736): 407 37–40, p. 211

Kirwan, Rev. Walter Blake

Sermon XII from Sermons By the Late Rev. Walter Blake Kirwan, Dean of Killala (1814): 296 xxxv 24, p. 166

Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb

see Egestorff, G[eorg]. H[einrich]. C. and Raffles, Rev. Thomas

Knox, Charles Henry

The Devil’s Road from Day Dreams (1843): 296 lxx 5, p. 170

Knox, Vicesimus

Elegant Extracts: or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry, selected for the improvement of Youth, ed. by Knox (pub 1789–1826): 75 5, pp. 50–51, note 33; 296 xxx 19, p. 163

Lamartine, Alphonse de

Voyage en Orient (1835), tr. (anonymously) as Travels in the East, including a Journey in the Holy Land (Edinburgh, 1839): 367 13–14, p. 207

Lamb, Charles

Existence, Considered in Itself, No Blessing, From the Latin of Palingenius (1832): 415 204, p. 212

The Adventures of Ulysses (1808): 153 i 298, p. 74

see also Thomas Noon Talfourd’s Final Memorials of Charles Lamb (1848)

Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (‘L.E.L.’)

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Admiral Benbow (1837): 296 xc 7–8, p. 175

Fragment (‘A solitude / Of green and silent beauty’) (1823): 2 I iv 123–24, p. 27

Portrait of a Lady. By Sir Thomas Lawrence. (1825): 296 ix 9–10, p. 154

Sir Thomas Lawrence (1833): 241, The Sleeping Beauty 19, p. 117

Success Alone Seen (1832): 296 [Prologue] 42, p. 149

The Castilian Nuptials (1822): 363 10, p. 206

The Fairy of the Fountains (1834): 257 54, p. 121

The Fate of Adelaide, A Swiss Romantic Tale (1821): 190 22, p. 94

Landor, Walter Savage

Acon and Rhodope; or, Inconstancy (1847): 296 lxii 12, p. 169

Gebir (1798): 296 vi 25, p. 153

Langhorne, John

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Elegy III from The Visions of Fancy. In Four Elegies. (1762): 109 14, p. 64; 161 11–12, pp. 78–79

Fable II. The Evening Primrose from The Fables of Flora (1771): 91 9–10, p. 59; 399 9–10, p. 210

Proemium, Written in MDCCLXVI. (1766): 296 xxxiii 8, p. 164

The Correspondence of Theodosius and Constantia (1796): 2 III ii 78, pp. 29–30

Verses in Memory of a Lady. Written at Sandgate Castle, MDCCLXVIII. (1768): 3 i 69–70, p. 32; 296 xx 1–2, p. 158

Law, William

A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life (1729): 1 49, p. 21

Leapor, Mary

The Enquiry (1748): 5 15–16, p. 36

Lee, Sophia

The Life of a Lover: In a Series of Letters, vol. 5 (1804): 296 x 11–14, p. 154

Leigh, Edward and Henry

Select and Choyce Observations, Containing All the Romane Emperours (1657): 88 20–22, p. 58

Lewis, M[atthew]. G[regory]. ‘Monk’

The Castle Spectre, a Drama in Five Acts (1798): 2 I v 119–20, p. 28; 153 i 53–54, p. 73

The Cloud-King from his Tales of Wonder (1801): 48 19–20, p. 44

Lewis, W[illiam]. L[illington].

tr. of Statius’s Thebaid (1767): 1 119–20, pp. 23–24; 291 1, p. 147

Leyden, Dr. John

The Mermaid (1803): 170 152, p. 89

Sonnet Written at Woodhouselee in 1802 from The Poetical Remains of the Late Dr. John Leyden (1819): 286 [Prologue] 23638, p. 134

Linen, James Alexander

The Aged Mourner Comforted from his Poems, in the Scots and English Dialect, on Various Occasions (1815): 3 i 133, p. 34

Lloyd, Charles

Stanzas, written 10th, 11th, and 12th November 1819 (1821): 87 26–27, p. 56

Lloyd, Robert

The First Book of the Henriade. Translated from the French of M. De Voltaire. (1762): 271 37, pp. 124–25

The Poet. An Epistle to C. Churchill. (1774): 217 47–48, p. 109

Lofft the Younger, Capel

Ernest; or Political Regeneration (1839): 279 10–11, p. 132

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth

Footsteps of Angels from his Voices of the Night (Cambridge, Mass., 1839; London, 1843)

The Sea-Diver (1825): 296 iv 3, p. 152

Lovibond, Edward

To the Thames (1785): 58A 47, p. 47

Lowth, Robert

The Judgment of Hercules, also known as The Choice of Hercules (1743): 296 xxx 19, p. 163

Lucan (Marcus Annæus Lucanus)

De Bello Civili, more commonly known as the Pharsalia: tr. by Thomas May (1631), 143 10, p. 71; partly tr. by George Lord Lyttelton in Cato’s Speech to Labienus. In the Ninth Book of Lucan. (1775), 219 131–32, p. 111; quoted, 296 xxxv 14, pp. 165–66; quoted, 296 lxi 9, p. 169; tr. by Nicholas Rowe (1718), 297 18–19, p. 185

Lucretius (Titus Lucretius Carus)

De Rerum Natura (wr first century BC): tr. by John Mason Good as The Nature of Things: A Didactic Poem (1805), 214 10, pp. 104–5; as origin of the phrase ‘jaundiced eye’, 271 132, p. 125

Lynch, Anne C[harlotte]. (later Botta, Mrs. Anne Charlotte Lynch)

Largess (1848): 296 cix 1, p. 180

On Seeing Mrs. Kean as Constance in King John (1848): 337 16, pp. 202–3

Lyttelton, George Lord

Cato’s Speech to Labienus. In the Ninth Book of Lucan. (1775): 219 131–32, p. 111

Verses written at Mr. Pope’s House at Twickenham, which he had lent to Mrs. Greville, In August 1735. (1788): 296 lxxxix 37, pp. 174–75

Macaulay, Thomas Babbington, Lord Macaulay

Dies Iræ (1826): 271 153, p. 126

Evening (1821): 153 i 58, p. 73; cited by Ricks, 215 2, p. 105

Pompeii (1819): 47 31, p. 43

Macdonald, H. B.

The Greenlander from her Abdul Medjid: A Lay of the Future. And Other Poems. (Edinburgh, 1854): 330 93, p. 200

MacKay, Charles

The Alder Tree from his Songs and Poems (1834): 265 9, p. 123

Mackenzie, William

Snow: Afternoon from The Rustic Bower; or, Sketches From Nature (Edinburgh, 1844): 296 lxxxiii 3, p. 171

Macpherson, James (and his fabricated ‘Ossian’)

mentioned: Preface, p. 12; 296 xxxv 1–2, p. 165

Carthon (1762 version): 193 99, p. 96

Cath-Loda (1763 version): 84 15–17, p. 54

Dar-Thula (1762 version): 193 99, p. 96; (1820 version): 208 67, pp. 98–99

Death, A Poem (1805 version): 61 4, p. 48

Fingal (1761 version): 58A 7, p. 46; 127 61–62, p. 67; (1762 version): 158 13, p. 75; 215 3, p. 106

‘Fragment VII’ in Fragments of Ancient Poetry (Edinburgh, 1760): 307 7–8, p. 187

Sul-Malla of Lumon (1817 version): 257 29–32, p. 120

Temora (1773 version): 164 215, pp. 84–85

The Songs of Selma (1817 version): 1 27–28, pp. 19–20

Mallet, David

The Excursion. A Poem. In Two Books. (1728): 215 2, p. 105; 223 1, p. 112

Mallock, David

The Well of Bethlehem (1832): 207 51, p. 98

Marcus Manilius

see Creech, Thomas

Marlowe, Christopher

Doctor Faustus (1604 text) cited by Collins: 296 xv 1618, p. 156

Marston, John

Parasitaster; or, The Fawn (1606; repr. 1814): 161 29–30, p. 79

Satire II (1598): 3 i 125, p. 33

Martial

Ad Flaccum [To Flaccus] from his Epigrams IV: 84 15–17, pp. 54–55

Carmina Priapea (anon. but sometimes attributed to Martial): 99 34 and 40, p. 60

see also Killigrew, Henry

Marvell, Andrew

Upon Appleton House (1651): 210 7, p. 104

Mary, Lady Chudleigh

The Song of the Three Children Paraphras’d (1703): 208 18, p. 98

Mason, Charles Welsh

Zagala (1863), tr. of a poem (Chanzoneta No. 189) by Juan de Linares: 462 11–12, p. 218

Mason, Rev. William

Caractacus: A Dramatic Poem: Written on the Model of the Ancient Greek Tragedy (1759): 291 1, p. 147

Elfrida, A Dramatic Poem. Written on the Model of the Ancient Greek Tragedy (1752): 84 13–14, p. 54; 277 22, p. 129

Il Pacifico (1748): 171 29, p. 89

Ode I. On Leaving St. John’s College, Cambridge, 1746 (1797): 110 2, p. 65

Massinger, Philip

The Duke of Milan (1623): 286 [Prologue] 36, p. 133

see also Beaumont, Francis and Fletcher, John

Maurice, Rev. Thomas

An Elegiac and Historical Poem, sacred to the Memory and Virtues of the Honourable Sir William Jones (1795): 310 18, p. 188

Hagley: a Descriptive Poem (Oxford, 1776): 167 53–56, pp. 86–87

The Fall of the Mogul, a Tragedy (1806): 310 18, p. 188

The Lotos of Egypt (1805): 83 81, p. 53

May, Thomas

see Lucan (Marcus Annæus Lucanus)

Melville, Herman

The Whale or Moby-Dick (1851): 337 769, p. 204; 468 188–89, p. 221

Meredith, W. E.

Llewelyn ap Jorwerth (1818): 296 cxxviii 13, p. 184

Merry, Robert

The Laurel of Liberty (1790): 415 204, p. 212

Meyer, H[enry]. L[eonard].

Coloured Illustrations of British Birds and Their Eggs (1844): 337 102–3, p. 203

M’Henry, James

The Bard of Erin (Belfast, 1808): 161 16, p. 79

The Pleasures of Friendship (Pittsburgh, 1822; Philadelphia, 1825): 91 9–10, p. 59

Mickle, William Julius

tr. of Camões, Os Lusiadas (1572) as The Lusiad; or, The Discovery of India. An Epic Poem. (Oxford, 1776): 3 i 87–88, p. 33; 128 11, p. 68; 190 23, p. 94; 277 40, p. 130; 383 30–31, p. 208

Middleton, Thomas

A Yorkshire Tragedy (1606): 209 115, pp. 100–1

Mill, John Stuart

The Spirit of the Age (1831): 194 167, p. 97

Miller, James

The Lost Drave of Dunbar; or, the Witch of Keith from St Baldred of the Bass, A Pictish Legend [...] with other Poems and Ballads (Edinburgh, 1824): 153 i 7–9, p. 73

Mills, James

The Universe (1821): 296 cv 23–24, p. 179

Mills, William

tr. of Virgil’s Georgic I (1780): 296 vi 4, p. 153

Milman, Rev. H[enry]. H[art].

Belshazzar: A Dramatic Poem, 219 93–95, pp. 110–11

Milnes, Richard Monckton, Lord Houghton

mentioned: 257 17–20, pp. 119–20

On the Church of the Madaleine, at Paris (1838): 289 9–10, p. 146

role as editor of Letters and Literary Remains of Keats discussed by Ricks: 289 9–10, p. 146

Milton, John

mentioned: Preface, p. 12; 2 I v 224–26, p. 29; by Edmund Burke and, in turn, Robert Carruthers, 87 26–27, p. 56; in an ode by Antonio Francini, 296 cxii 15–16, p. 181; in a poem by Lady Emmeline Stuart-Wortley, 324 10, pp. 198–99; by Blake, 337 573–74, p. 204

Arcades (1634): discussed by Thomas Warton, 78 83–86, p. 52

Comus (1634): 2 I i 87, p. 25; cited by Ricks, 30 29–30, p. 42; cited by Ricks, 84 48, p. 55; cited by Collins and by Ricks, 84 85–86, p. 56; cited by Ricks, 99 34 and 40, p. 60; 286 vi 47, p. 143; cited by Ricks and by Shatto & Shaw, 296 i 10, p. 150; 330 556–58, p. 201

Il Penseroso (1645): 2 I i 84–85, p. 25; cited by Ricks, 26 23, p. 40; cited by Collins and by Ricks, 84 85–86, p. 56

L’Allegro (1645): cited by Ricks, 153 53–54, p. 73; cited by Ricks, 296 xv 1618, p. 156, and 296 lxxii 15, p. 170

Lycidas (1638): cited by Ricks, 26 8, p. 40; cited by J. Sendry, 296 ix 3–4, p. 153

Paradise Lost (1674 version): cited by Pollard, 1A iii 5, p. 17; cited by Ricks, plus another instance: 1A iii 80, p. 18; 1 2, p. 19; cited by Ricks: 1 64, p. 22; cited by Ricks 2 I i 3–5, p. 24; cited by Ricks 2 I v 93–94, p. 28; 3 i 2–4, p. 30; cited by Ricks, 3 i 125, p. 33; 3 ii 24, p. 34; cited by Ricks, 4 121–28, p. 35; cited by Ricks, 4 155, p. 36; cited by Ricks, 4 173, p. 36; cited by Ricks, 9 45, p. 38; 26 31, p. 40; cited by Ricks, 45 7, p. 42; cited by Thomas Warton, 78 83–86, p. 52; 107 1, p. 62; 127 56, p. 67; cited by Ricks, 130 79, p. 69; 132 59–60, p. 70; cited by Ricks, 153 i 58, p. 73; 170 116, pp. 88–89; cited (via Ricks) by J. McCue, 286 vii 180–81, pp. 144–45; cited by Collins and by Ricks, 296 xxxv 14, p. 165; cited by Shatto & Shaw, 296 lxxxv 25, pp. 171–72; 296 xcvii 19, p. 177; 296 cii 21–24, p. 178; mentioned by Hazlitt (1826), 300 3, p. 186; 301 5, p. 186; 431 31, p. 216; 471 318–20, p. 223

Samson Agonistes (1671): 469 959, p. 222

Mitford, Mary Russell

The Wedding-Ring. A Dramatic Scene. from Dramatic Scenes, Sonnets, and Other Poems (1827): 286 i 9–10, p. 135

Weston Grove, from the same: 200 27, pp. 97–98

Moir, David Macbeth (often as ‘∆’ or ‘Delta’)

Future Prospects of the World (1824): 296 iv 3, p. 152

Mary’s Mount from The Legend of Genevieve: With Other Tales and Poems (1825): 166 6–7, p. 86

Stanzas to the Memory of David Macbeth Moir, Third Son of D. M. Moir, Esq. (1840): 392 73–76, p. 209

Sunset Thoughts (1823): 170 6, p. 88

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley

Julia to Ovid. Written at Twelve Years of Age, in Imitation of Ovid’s Epistles (1803): 296 xi 11–12, p. 155

Montaigne, Michel de

see Cotton, Charles

Montgomery, James

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Greenland (1819): 83 81, p. 53; 130 79, pp. 69–70; 215 2, p. 105

Instruction (1819): 146 8, p. 72

Sow in the Morn Thy Seed (1832): 240 3, pp. 114–15

The Pelican Island (1827): 233 5, p. 114

The Wanderer of Switzerland (1806): 296 xi 15–16, p. 155

The West-Indies. A Poem, in Four Parts. Written in Honour of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade, by the British Legislature, in 1807. (1809): 47 32, pp. 43–44; 271 168, p. 126

The World Before the Flood (1813): 241, The Sleeping Palace 15–16, pp. 116–17; 275 86–88, p. 127

Youth Renewed (1826): 174 4–7, p. 91

Montgomery, Robert

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Luther: A Poem (1842): 296 cix 10, p. 181

The Gospel in Advance of the Age: being A Homily for the Times (Edinburgh, 1844): 443 28–29, p. 217

The Messiah (1832): 209 151–53, p. 101; 271 132, p. 125; 296 lxxxvii 7–8, p. 173

The Omnipresence of the Deity, final version (1828): 209 379–81, p. 103; early version (1826): 316 ii 172–74, pp. 196–97

Satan. A Poem. (1830): 251 1, p. 119

Woman, The Angel of Life (1833): 220 12–13, p. 112; 296 xcv 64, p. 176

Moore, Dugald

The Bridal Night (Glasgow, 1831): 279 8–9, p. 132

Moore, George

Ocean from The Minstrel’s Tale: And Other Poems (1826): 2 I iv 75–76, p. 27

Moore, Thomas

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Air (‘Oh say thou best and brightest’) (1827): 337 69, p. 203

As Down in the Sunless Retreats (1816): 217 11, p. 108

Evenings in Greece. Second Evening (1832): 286 vi 65, pp. 143–44

Fragment of a Mythological Hymn to Love (1806): 159 127, p. 76

Lalla Rookh: An Oriental Tale (1817): 1A ii 27, p. 17; 1 48, pp. 20–21; 286 vi 65, pp. 143–44

Love’s Young Dream (1811): 106 2, pp. 61–62

Remonstrance (1820): 145 9, pp. 71–72

Shall the Harp Then Be Silent, also known as Grattan’s Lamentation (1815): 145 9, pp. 71–72

Sublime Was the Warning (1808): 10 5, p. 39

The Fall of Hebe. A Dithyrambic Ode. (1806): 330 89–90, p. 199

tr. of Ode XIII from his Odes of Anacreon (1800): 163 17, p. 82

Morgan, Sydney Owenson, Lady

see Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus)

Moxon, Edward

The Prospect from The Prospect, and Other Poems (1826): 47 32, pp. 43–44

Musaeus, Grammaticus

see Fawkes, Francis

Newman, John Henry, Cardinal

Death from his Lyra Apostolica (Derby, 1836): 271 143, p. 125

Sermon delivered at St. Clement’s, Oxford, on Sunday, January 2, 1825: 3 i 2–4, pp. 30–31

Newton, Charles

Regular Lyric Ode from his Poems (Cambridge, 1797): 161 73–74, pp. 79–80

Newton, Rev. John

Amazing Grace (1779): 290 8–9, p. 147

Letter to him, from William Cowper, quoted (1781): 286 iv 546–47, pp. 141–42

Nicol, Alexander

An Elegy on Auld Use and Wont from The Rural Muse (Edinburgh, 1753): 296 xxix 11, pp. 162–63

Noble, Thomas

A Monody, Occasioned by the Death of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox (1806): 296 lxxxix 17, p. 173

tr. of the Argonautica of Gaius Valerius Flaccus (1808): 1 3, p. 19

Norris, John

Reason and Religion, or the Grounds and Measures of Devotion, consider’d from the nature of God (1698): 216 1–2, p. 106

North, Christopher

see Wilson, John

Northcote, James

Memoirs of Sir Joshua Reynolds (1813): 2 I v 224–26, p. 29

Norton, Caroline

I Would the World Were Mine (1829): 257 54, p. 121

The Sorrows of Rosalie. A Tale. (1829): 257 54, p. 121

Nugent, Robert Craggs, Lord Nugent

An Epistle to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield from his Odes and Epistles (1739): 296 xxx 27, pp. 163–64

tr. from the German of Schiller’s Die Theilung der Erde as The Parting of the Earth (1846): 316 ii 221–22, p. 197

Odiorne, Thomas

Ethic Strains, On Subjects Sublime and Beautiful (Boston, 1821): 3 i 88–90, p. 33

Ogilvie, Rev. John

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Human Life, a Poem, in Five Parts. (1806): 296 xliii 5, pp. 167–68

Ode to Evening (1762): 296 xxxi 11–12, p. 164

Providence: An Allegorical Poem in Three Books (1764): 16 25, p. 39; 296 xcviii 12–14, p. 177

Rona, A Poem, in Seven Books (1777): 3 i 32, p. 31; 227 23, p. 113

Solitude: or, the Elysium of the Poets, a Vision (1765): 16 25, p. 39; 296 xcv 64, p. 176

The Day of Judgment (1753): 296 xi 11–12, p. 155

Oldham, John

An Ode of Anacreon, Paraphras’d. The Cup (1683): 3 i 2–4, p. 30

Oldham, Thomas

The Muse’s Triumph (1840): 296 xcv 64, p. 176

Ord, John Walker

Queen Victoria at Windsor (1841): 296 xx 16, p. 159

The Wandering Bard from The Wandering Bard: and Other Poems (Edinburgh, 1833): 208 67, pp. 98–99

‘Ossian’

see Macpherson, James

Ossoli, Margaret Fuller

Letter to R. W. Emerson quoted in her posthumous memoirs (1852): 316 i 151, p. 195

Otway, Thomas

Alcibiades, A Tragedy (1675): 1 7–8, p. 19

Epistle From Mr. Otway to Mr. Duke from Tonson’s Miscellany (1684): 313 174–75, p. 192

The Atheist: or, The Second Part of the Souldiers Fortune (1684): 209 388–90, p. 103

Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Amores III quoted: 296 xviii 5–7, pp. 157–58

Elegy XIII, anonymously tr. as To the Morning, not to make Haste in Ovid’s Epistles: with his Amours (1729): 127 56, p. 67

Epistulae 2.118 quoted and translated: 30 8, p. 41

Fasti I, 518, and Fasti II, 408, quoted and translated: 286 iv 531–32, p. 141

Hero Leandro [Hero to Leander], Epistle XIX of Epistulae Heroidum, quoted and translated: 173 69–70, pp. 90–91

Metamorphoses v 248–49 discussed: 58A 26, p. 46; Metamorphoses ix 280 discussed: 209 143, p. 101

see also translations and ‘imitations’ cited under Anna Lætitia Barbauld, William Congreve, John Dryden, Laurence Eusden, John Gay, Charles Hopkins, J. J. Howard, William King, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, and Thomas Yalden

Owen, John

The Doctrine of Justification by Faith, through the Imputation of the Righteousness of Christ (1667; new edition, 1816): 296 cviii 5, p. 180

Two sermons: The Everlasting Covenant, The Believer’s Support Under Distress (1756) and The Branch of the Lord, the Beauty of Zion (1650): 88 7–9, pp. 57–58

Parnell, Thomas

Epigram beginning ‘The greatest gifts that Nature does bestow’ (1780): 161 130–31, p. 80

Jonah (1758): 296 vi 16, p. 153

Piety; or, The Vision (1721): 83 81, p. 53

tr. of Batrachomyomachia (1717): 73 63–64, p. 50

Pattison, Samuel

To Peace (1792): 161 73–74, pp. 79–80

Pattison, William

Abelard to Eloisa (1728) 2 I iv 7–8, p. 27

Peach, William

Cwm Dhu; or, The Black Dingle (1853): 312 1, p. 189

Peacock, Thomas Love

Rhododaphne, or The Thessalian Spell (1818): 2 III ii 78, pp. 29–30

Pearson, Susanna

Sonnet, to Peter Pindar, Esq. (1790): 175 11–12, p. 91

Peers, Charles

The Siege of Jerusalem (1823): 48 19–20, p. 44

Percy, Thomas

Cynthia: an Elegiac Poem (1758): 233 5, p. 114

Perry, James

Mimosa: or, the Sensitive Plant (1779): 2 I ii 26, p. 26

Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca)

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

from the Canzoniere (1327):

Poem 17 (‘Piovonmi amare lagrime dal viso’): 271 27–28, p. 124

Poem 35 (‘Solo e pensoso i più deserti campi’), tr. by J. B. Taylor (1804): 286 vi ∧ vii 7, p. 144

Poem 128 (‘Italia mia, benché ’l parlar sia indarno’): 193 94–95, p. 96; 209 106–8, p. 100

Poem 132 (‘S’amor non è, che dunque è quel ch’io sento?’): 296 iv 3, p. 152

Poem 182 (‘Amor, che ’ncende ’l cor d’ardente zelo’), tr. by Francis Wrangham (1817): 163 17, p. 82

Poem 337 (‘Quel, che d’odore et di color vincea’): 271 154, p. 126; 296 cv 23–24, p. 179

Poem 362 (‘Volo con l’ali de’ pensieri al cielo’), claimed by Collins to have been a T. source, and T.’s dismissive response: 296 lxxvi 1, p. 170

see also Rev. Henry Boyd’s tr. of Petrarch’s Trionfi as The Triumph of Chastity (1806)

Philips, Ambrose

tr. of Virgil’s Fourth Pastoral (1709): 420 57–58, p. 213

Philips, John

Cyder, A Poem in Two Books (1708), the main title after 1791 spelled Cider: 1A iii 80, p. 18, note 5; 5 15–16, p. 36; 296 ii 7–8, p. 151

Phillips, Charles

The Emerald Isle, sixth edn (1818): 58A 45–46, p. 47; 159 82–84, p. 75

Phillips, Sir Richard

The Hundred Wonders of the World (1821) cited by Shatto & Shaw: 296 xxxiv 13–16, pp. 164–65

Pinkerton, John

Ode VI. The Prophecy of Tweed from his Rimes (1781): 162 51–52, p. 81

Pittis, William

An epistolary poem to N. Tate, Esquire, and the poet laureat to His Majesty, occasioned by the taking of Namur (1696): 190 23, p. 94

Plato

Apology of Socrates: passage at Apology 18d quoted, 286 i 9–10, p. 135; remark of Socrates at Apology 22b–c paraphrased by Emerson in his essay History (1841): 296 xcvii 34–36, p. 177

Cratylus at 402a quoted: 276 22, p. 127; 296 cxxiii 56, p. 183

Republic Book IX at 588c quoted: 219 15, p. 110

Symposium, tr. by Shelley as The Banquet (1818): 55 7, pp. 45–46

Timaeus at 75d paraphrased: 164 6668, pp. 83–84

on thinking the thing that is not, in Plato’s Sophist, Cratylus, and Theaetetus: 313 7–8, p. 190

Pollok, Robert

The Course of Time (1827): 3 i 24, pp. 30–31, and 3 i 87–88, p. 33; 101 9–10, 19–20, and 29–30, pp. 60–61

Polwhele, Richard

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

An Epistle from an Under-Graduate at Oxford to his Friend in the Country, written in 1780 (1792): 286 iv 502–3, p. 141

Ode to the Spirit of Freshness (1798): 296 cxviii 21, p. 182

Sir Allan; or, The Knight of Expiring Chivalry (1806): 425 45–48, p. 214

The English Orator. A Didactic Poem. (1786): 193 94–95, p. 96

The Fall of Constantinople (1822): 215 1, p. 105

The Minstrel: a Poem, in Five Books (1814), taken over and completed after the death of James Beattie: 296 xi 17, pp. 155–56; 312 41–42, pp. 189–90

as editor, Poems, Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall (Bath, 1792): 296 lxxxix 27–28, pp. 173–74

Poole, Edward Richard

Byzantium: A Dramatic Poem (1823): 1 36, p. 20

Pooley, Rev. William

Untitled poem beginning ‘Hence Melancholy, pensive maid’ (1761): 84 13–14, p. 54

Pope, Alexander

mentioned: Preface, pp. 1, 5, 12; in a poem by Lyttelton, 296 lxxxix 37, pp. 174–75

An Essay on Criticism (1711): 271 132, p. 125

An Essay on Man (1734): 4 31–32, p. 35; 271 153, p. 126; 277 40, p. 130; cited by Ricks, 289 6, pp. 145–46; 296 xvi 20, p. 157; cited by Ricks, 296 xcvii 34–36, p. 177

Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady (1717): 84 1–4, pp. 53–54

Epilogue to the Satires (1738): 286 ii 292–96, pp. 138–38

First Satire of the Second Book of Horace, Imitated (1733): 30 29–30, p. 42

Imitation of Horace, Book One, Sixth Epistle (1737): 339 8, p. 205

The Dunciad (1742 version): 1 2, p. 19; 3 i 125, p. 33

The Rape of the Lock (1714): 1 54, p. 21; 311 106, p. 189

Windsor Forest (1713): 296 ii 7–8, p. 151

tr. of Homer’s Iliad (1715–20): 1 54, p. 21, and 1 74, p. 23; 30 29–30, p. 42; 163 34, p. 83; 173 4547, p. 90; 194 54, p. 97; 219 93–95, pp. 110–11; 296 xv 16–18, p. 156, and xxvii 2, pp. 161–62; 471 901–3, p. 223

with William Broome and Elijah Fenton, tr. of Homer’s Odyssey (1726): 1 48, pp. 20–21; 3 i 2–4, pp. 30–31; 30 29–30, p. 42; 127 81, p. 68; 214 10, pp. 104–5; 219 131–32, p. 111; 241, L’Envoi 41–42, pp. 117–18; 286 ii 7–10, p. 137, and vi 47, p. 143; 296 xl 1, p. 167; 316 i 48, p. 194, and i 402–4, pp. 195–96

tr. of passages in Statius’s Thebaid, Book I (1712): 1 31, p. 20; 296 xcvii 2–3, p. 176

Porden, Eleanor Anne

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

The Arctic Expeditions (1818): 257 45–46, p. 121

The Veils; or the Triumph of Constancy. A Poem, in Six Books (1815): 1A iii 80, p. 18, note 5; 1 61–62, p. 22; 83 81, p. 53; 167 69, p. 87; 241, L’Envoi 41–42, pp. 117–18

Potter, John

Euripides’s Hecuba tr. by Potter in his Archæologia Græca, or The antiquities of Greece (1697 and all later editions): 106 2, pp. 61–62

Potter, R[obert].

tr. of Aeschylus’s The Seven Chiefs Against Thebes in his The Tragedies of Æschylus Translated (Norwich, 1777): 26 15, p. 40

tr. of Euripides’s The Bacchae in vol. 1 of his Tragedies of Euripides (Oxford, 1823): 176 7, p. 92

Prentice, George D.

The Dead Mariner (1829): 296 xi 19–20, p. 156

Preston, W[illiam].

tr. of The Argonautics of Apollonius Rhodius (1803): 296 xxiv 3–4, p. 161

Pringle, Thomas

The Emigrants (1824): 161 16, p. 79

Prior, Matthew

mentioned: 296 lviii 6–7, p. 169

Alma: or, The Progress of the Mind (1718): 296 xcvii 34–36, p. 177

Procter, Bryan Waller

see Cornwall, Barry

Propertius, Sextus

see Elton, Sir Charles Abraham

Prudentius (Aurelius Prudentius Clemens)

Psychomachia (early fifth century AD) quoted: 193 94–95, p. 96; 209 106–8, p. 100

Purchas, Samuel

Purchas His Pilgrimage (1613): 161 11–12, pp. 78–79

Pusey, E[dward]. B[ouverie].

A Course of Sermons on Solemn Subjects (Oxford, 1845): 465 13, p. 219

Pye, Henry James

Alfred: An Epic Poem (1801): 1 61–62, p. 22; 75 28–29, p. 51; 159 127, p. 76; 296 cxxviii 13, p. 184

Quarles, Francis

Enchyridion: containing Institutions Divine and Moral (1640–41): 355 251–53, p. 206

mentioned as a co-author, along with Benedictus van Haeften, of Christopher Harvey’s Schola cordis (1647): 163 6, p. 81, note 50

Sions Elegies (1625): 276A 1113, pp. 128–29

Radcliffe, Ann Ward

The Romance of the Forest; interspersed with some pieces of poetry (Dublin, 1791; repr. Chiswick, 1823): 286 [Prologue] 23638, p. 134

Night from The Romance of the Forest: 47 35, p. 44

Sun-set (1816): 296 xxxi 11–12, p. 164

The Fairie Court. A Summer’s Night in Windsor Park, part two of Edwy. A Poem in Three Parts (1833): 223 14, p. 112

Raffles, Rev. Thomas

tr. from the German of Klopstock’s Der Messias (1748–73) as The Messiah (1814): 1 7–8, p. 19

Rafinesque, Constantine Samuel

The World, or Instability. A Poem. In Twenty Parts. (1836): 257 43–44, pp. 120–21

Rainsford, Marcus

The Revolution, Or, Britain Delivered. A Poem, in Ten Cantos (1800): 26 8, p. 40

Raleigh, Sir Walter

Instructions to His Sonne And to Posterity (1632): 176 7, p. 92

Ramsay, Allan

Health, a Poem (Edinburgh, 1724): 143 10, p. 71; 159 56, p. 75

The Miser and Minos (1760): 1 119–20, pp. 23–24

Ramsay, John

Lines to Eliza from his Poems (Edinburgh, 1836): 271 9, p. 124

Randolph, Thomas

The Jealous Lovers (1632): 296 xviii 5–7, pp. 157–58

Reade, John Edmund

Abraham’s Offering of Sacrifice from Reade’s Sacred Poems, from Subjects in the Old Testament (1843): 316 i 3, p. 193

The Drama of a Life (1840): 297 20, p. 185

Robertson, T.

The Fallen Oaks from The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry, for 1804 (Rivington, 1806): 163 1, p. 81

Robinson, Mary

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Ode on Adversity (1791): 3 i 83–84, pp. 32–33

Ode to Night (1793): 296 iv 11, p. 152

Ode to the Nightingale (1791): 296 iv 11, p. 152

Sight. Inscribed to John Taylor, Esq. Oculist to His Majesty (1793): 1A i 8, p. 17

Sonnet Introductory from her Sappho and Phaon (1796): 84 1–4, pp. 53–54

Sonnet to Amicus (1791): 47 32, pp. 43–44

The Lascar (1800): 337 30, p. 203

Rogers, Samuel

The Pleasures of Memory (1792): 91 1–2, pp. 58–59; 296 xi 6, p. 155, and xx 3–4, p. 159

The Voyage of Columbus (1810): 1 113–14, p. 23

To an Old Oak (1812): 209 61–63, pp. 99–100

Rolls, Mrs. Henry

Ninth Day from her Legends of the North, or the Feudal Christmas (1825): 176 3, pp. 91–92

Rose, William Stewart

tr. of Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso (1823): 296 cvii 13–14, p. 179; 312 1, p. 189

Rossetti, Christina

A Linnet in a Gilded Cage (1872): 386 3, pp. 208–9

Rous the Elder, Francis

Thule, or Vertues Historie (1598): 108 8, p. 63

Rowe, Mrs. Elizabeth Singer

A Pastoral Elegy (1696): 241, The Sleeping Palace 12, p. 116

Friendship in Death: in Twenty Letters from the Dead to the Living (1728): 127 78, pp. 67–68

Rowe, Rev. Henry

Reflections on the Ruins of a Monastery (1796): 271 9, p. 124

Sun (1796): 420 73, pp. 213–14

Rowe, Nicholas

tr. of Lucan’s Pharsalia (1718): 297 18–19, p. 185

Ruskin, John

Modern Painters: their Superiority in the Art of Landscape Painting to the Ancient Masters (1843): 296 xcviii 30–32, pp. 177–78

Ryves, Mrs. F.

Cumbrian Legends; or, Tales of Other Times (Edinburgh, 1812), with its prefatory Address: 2 I i 3–5, p. 24; and 45 7, p. 42; and its Music of the Chase: 84 15–17, pp. 54–55

Sappho

mentioned by Collins: Preface, pp. 7–8, note 20

Fragment 2 (now generally known as Fragment 31) as an acknowledged source of T.’s Eleänore (1832): 161 130–31, p. 80

Savage, Richard

The Genius of Liberty (1738): 127 81, p. 68

The Volunteer Laureat. A Poem on Her Majesty’s Birth-Day, 17345 (1735): 296 lxxxvii 39–40, p. 173

Schiller, Friedrich

see Gower, Lord Francis Leveson

Scott, James

Ode to the Muse (1775): 296 ix 3–4, pp. 153–54

Scott, Thomas

The Anglers. Eight Dialogues in Verse. (1758): 296 xvii 1–6, p. 157

Scott, Sir Walter

mentioned: Preface, p. 12; 296 xcvii 19, pp. 176–77

Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field (Edinburgh, 1808): 9 45, p. 38; 312 1, p. 189

Rob Roy (1817): 2 I iv 133, p. 28

Rokeby (1813): 1 60, p. 22

The Bride of Triermain (1813): 176 17, p. 92

The Lady of the Lake (1810): 127 9, p. 66; 277 61, pp. 130–31; 286 v 253–54, p. 142

The Lay of the Last Minstrel (1805): 167 5–6, p. 86; 176 3, pp. 91–92

The Lord of the Isles (1815): 163 34, p. 83; 286 iv 435–36, pp. 140–41; 296 [Prologue] 41, p. 149; and 296 xv 16–18, p. 156

The Monks of Bangor’s March (1817): 176 3, pp. 91–92

The Pirate (1822): 127 54, pp. 66–67; cited by Alfred Gatty, 296 xxix 11, pp. 162–63

The Talisman (1825): 296 cix 10, p. 181

The Vision of Don Roderick (1811) cited by Ricks: 27 67, p. 41

Woodstock, or The Cavalier. A Tale of the Year Sixteen Hundred and Fifty-one. (1826): 466 815–16, p. 220

Seward, Anna

Chatterton’s Poem Charity, Modernised from its Obsolete English By Anna Seward, from the Poetical Register, and Repository of Poetry, for 1802 (1803): 219 93–95, pp. 110–11

Louisa (1784): 167 53–56, pp. 86–87

Sewell, Mrs. G. (Mary Young)

An Elegy, To the Memory of a Dear Mother, Lady Young, of Chertsey Abbey. Sept. 1801 from Poems, by Mrs. G. Sewell (Egham and Chertsey, 1803): 296 xl 1, p. 167

Sewell, William

tr. of Epode 2 from his Odes and Epodes of Horace (1850): 330 91, p. 200

Shackleton, Rev. John

see Macpherson, James

Shakespeare, William

mentioned: Preface, pp. 1, 8, 12; by Ogilvie in his Providence: 16 25, p. 39; 127 54, pp. 66–67; by Lewis Theobald in The Cave of Poverty, a Poem. Writen in imitation of Shakespeare. (1715), 241 6, p. 115; in the anonymous poem The Tower and the Ivy, a Tale. Addressed to the Admirers of Shakespeare. (1773): 257 43–44, pp. 120–21

A Lover’s Complaint: 172 13–14, p. 89

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: 286 i 242–43, p. 136

Antony and Cleopatra: cited by Ricks, 10 5, p. 39; 185 11–12, p. 94; 220 4–5, p. 112

As You Like It: 212 7–8, p. 104

Hamlet: cited by Ricks, 3 i 39, p. 32; 67 36, p. 49; 78 180–82, p. 53; 166 4, pp. 85–86; 209 151–53, p. 101; cited by Ricks, 217 5, p. 108; 275 86–88, p. 127; 279 25–26, p. 132; mentioned, 286 [Prologue] 222, pp. 133–34; 286 i 18, p. 136; cited by Shatto & Shaw, 296 xxxv 24, p. 166; 316 i 402–4, pp. 195–96; 355 225–32, pp. 205–6; 424 35, p. 214

1 Henry IV: 296 [Prologue] 42, pp. 149–50; 468 251–52, p. 221

Henry V: 172 32–33, p. 89

Julius Caesar: 400 5–6, pp. 210–11; 473 86, p. 224

King John: 209 115, pp. 100–1

King Lear: mentioned, 127 54, pp. 66–67; 176 18, pp. 92–93

Macbeth: 2 I i 87, p. 25; cited (via Ricks) by J. McCue, 2 I iv 133, p. 28; cited by Collins and by Ricks, 91 9–10, p. 59; mentioned, 127 54, pp. 66–67; cited by Ricks, 291 9, p. 148; 296 cxxx 14, p. 184; cited by Shatto and by Ricks, 316 i 402–4, pp. 195–96; 355 225–32, pp. 205–6

Othello: 254 2, p. 119; 313 96–97, p. 191; 470 1288–89, pp. 222–23

Pericles, Prince of Tyre: 475 36, p. 226

Richard II: 337 1, p. 202

Richard III: cited by Collins, Ricks, and Shatto & Shaw, 296 vi 16, p. 153

Romeo and Juliet: cited by Collins and by Ricks, 73 13–14, p. 50; 164 230, p. 85; 286 vii 180–81, pp. 144–45

Sonnet 2 (‘When fortie Winters shall beseige thy brow’): 2 I v 207–8, p. 29

Sonnet 16 (‘But wherefore do not you a mightier waie’): 426 16–18, p. 215

Sonnet 18 (‘Shall I compare thee to a Summers day?’): 330 556–58, p. 201

Sonnet 33 (‘Full many a glorious morning haue I seene’): 313 3, p. 190

Sonnet 38 (‘How can my Muse want subiect to inuent’): 299 12, p. 186

Sonnet 49 (‘Against that time (if euer that time come)’): 313 96–97, p. 191

Sonnet 60 (‘Like as the waues make towards the pibled shore’): 296 cxxiii 5–6, p. 183

Sonnet 61 (‘Is it thy wil thy Image should keepe open’): 227 47–48, pp. 113–14; 316 ii 213–14, p. 197

Sonnet 72 (‘O least the world should taske you to recite’): 209 331, p. 103; 225 38–39, pp. 112–13; 271 148, p. 126; 296 [Prologue] 33–36, p. 149

Sonnet 84 (‘Who is it that sayes most, which can say more’): 383 40–41, p. 208

Sonnet 85 (‘My toung-tide Muse in manners holds her still’): 276 10, p. 127

Sonnet 111 (‘O for my sake doe you wish fortune chide’): 337 169–70, p. 204

Sonnet 116 (‘Let me not to the marriage of true mindes’): 296 [Epilogue] 62, p. 184

Sonnet 126 (‘O thou my louely Boy who in thy power’): 163 1, p. 81

The Merchant of Venice: cited by Ricks, 200 27, pp. 97–98

The Rape of Lucrece: 276 67–68, p. 128; 468 192, p. 221

The Taming of the Shrew: 26 31, pp. 40–41; 286 v 253–54, p. 142

The Tempest: cited by Thomas Warton, 78 83–86, p. 52; 170 116, pp. 88–89; cited by Ricks, 176 7, p. 92; 276 59–60, p. 128; 355 225–32, pp. 205–6; 464 378–80, pp. 218–19

The Winter’s Tale: 394 1–2, pp. 209–10

Titus Andronicus: 79 2, p. 53; 400 5–6, pp. 210–11

Troilus and Cressida: cited by Ricks, 296 [Prologue] 41, p. 149; 296 xcvii 34–36, p. 177; 337 1, p. 202

Twelfth Night: 216 26, p. 107; 241, Prologue 3, p. 115; 296 xxi 7–8, p. 159

Venus and Adonis: 164 230, p. 85

Sharp, Samuel

Letters from Italy. Describing the Customs and Manners of that Country, in the Years 1765, and 1766. To which is Annexed, an Admonition to Gentlemen who Pass the Alps, in Their Tour Through Italy (1766): 316 i 1, pp. 192–93

Sharpley, Charles Gregory

The Coronation (1838): 271 132, p. 125

Shelley, Mary

Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (1831 edn): 286 i 12–13, p. 135

The Last Man (1826): 286 iv 531–32, p. 141

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft

Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark (1796): 26 23, p. 40

Shelley, Percy Bysshe

mentioned: by T., Preface, pp. 4 and 5, note 12; as a canonical author, Preface, p. 12; 296 xcvii 19, pp. 176–77

Adonais (1821): cited by Ricks, 127 56, p. 67; cited by Ricks, 130 40–41, p. 69; 166 4, pp. 85–86

Alastor, or, The Spirit of Solitude (1816): 1 2, p. 19; 109 14, pp. 64–65; cited by Ricks, 160 31–32, p. 77; cited by Ricks, 161 11–12, pp. 78–79; 164 215, pp. 84–85; 311 106, p. 189

Epipsychidion (1821): cited by Ricks, 3 ii 24, p. 34; 286 vi 62–63, p. 143; 296 cxxviii 8–9, p. 183

Ginevra (1824): cited by Ricks, 127 56, p. 67

Hymn to Mercury (1824): 171 32, p. 89

Julian and Maddalo (1824): 296 lxxxii 1–4, p. 171

Laon and Cythna (1817): 1 2, p. 19; revised and reissued as The Revolt of Islam (1818); subsequent citations under that title

Letter to Maria Gisborne (1824): 91 1–2, pp. 58–59

Lines Written among the Euganean Hills (1819): 209 106–8, p. 100

Lines Written in the Bay of Lerici (1822): 159 96–98, p. 76

Marenghi, fragment (1824): 339 7, p. 205

Melody to a Scene of Former Times (1810): 2 I iv 7–9, p. 27

Ode to Heaven (1820): 286 i 18, p. 136

Ode to Naples. Epode 1.a (1820): 209 85–87, p. 100

On Death (1816): cited by Ricks, 101 9–10, 19–20, and 29–30, pp. 60–61

Ozymandias (1818): mentioned, 286 [Prologue] 99, p. 133

Poetical Essay on The Existing State of Things (1811): 316 i 2, p. 193

Prologue to Hellas (1822): cited by Ricks, 1 70, p. 23; cited by Ricks, 296 xxiv 3–4, p. 161

Prometheus Unbound: 3 i 2–4, pp. 30–31; 75 5, pp. 50–51; 88 1–4, p. 57; 106 2, pp. 61–62; cited by Ricks, 215 2, p. 105; 227 40, p. 113; 296 cxviii 21, p. 182; 324 61–62, p. 198; 353 5, p. 205

Queen Mab: A Philosophical Poem (1813): 3 ii 52–54, pp. 34–35; cited by Ricks, 45 7, p. 42; 58A 3, p. 46; 63 7–8, p. 49; 73 38, p. 50; 176 18, pp. 92–93; cited by Ricks and by Shatto & Shaw, 296 ix 1–2, p. 153; 296 lxxxvii 39–40, p. 173; cited by Ricks, 310 15–17, p. 188

Rosalind and Helen: A Modern Eclogue (1819): cited by Ricks, 127 9, p. 66

Sonnet (‘Lift not the Painted Veil’) (1824): 55 7, pp. 45–46

St. Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian (1811): 127 54, pp. 66–67

The Banquet (1818), tr. of Plato’s Symposium: 55 7, pp. 45–46

The Cyclops (1824): cited by Ricks, 296 xxxv 9, p. 165

The Indian Serenade (1822): cited by Ricks, 78 1–2, p. 51

The Pine Forest of the Cascine Near Pisa (1824): 475 36, p. 226

The Revolt of Islam, 1 2, p. 19; 1 64, pp. 22–23; cited by Ricks, 4 101, p. 35; 4 159–60, p. 36; 84 15–17, pp. 54–55; 84 39, p. 55; 91 1–2, pp. 58–59; 99 34 and 40, p. 60; cited by Ricks, 106 9, p. 62; 159 127, p. 76; 170 62, p. 88; 209 10, p. 99; 217 11, p. 108; 219 131–32, p. 111; 286 vii 24, p. 144; cited by Ricks, 296 xxx 27, pp. 163–64; cited by Ricks, 296 xxxiv 13–16, pp. 164–65; cited by Ricks, 317 2, p. 197

The Sensitive Plant (1820): 2 I ii 26, pp. 26–27; and 2 I iv 7–9, p. 27; 296 xcviii 30–32, pp. 177–78

The Triumph of Life (1824): 286 vi 62–63, p. 143

The Witch of Atlas (1824): 106 2, pp. 61–62; 209 85–87, p. 100; cited by Ricks, 296 xxiv 3–4, p. 161; 316 i 363, p. 195; cited by Ricks, 316 ii 172–74, pp. 196–97

The Woodman and the Nightingale (1824): cited by Ricks, 106 9, p. 62

To Jane: The Invitation (1822): 337 69, p. 203

With a Guitar—To Jane (1824): 296 xcv 64, p. 176

Zastrozzi, a Romance (1810): 2 I i 7–8, pp. 24–25; 127 54, pp. 66–67

Shenstone, William

Verses to a Lady. Together With Some Colour’d Patterns of Flowers. October 7, 1736 (1737): 339 8, p. 205

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley

Monody on Garrick (1780): 296 lxxxviii 4, p. 173

Shipman, Thomas

New Libanus. 1679. in his Carolina, or, Loyal Poems (1683): 296 xxxix 3, pp. 166–67

Shippen, William

Faction Display’d (1704): 427 27, pp. 215–16

Shirley, James

Song IX from The Triumph of Peace (1634): 124 5, p. 65

Sidney, Sir Philip

mentioned by T.: Preface, p. 4

An Apology for Poetry, also known as The Defence of Poesy (1595): 91 9–10, p. 59

see also Greville, Fulke

Simonds, Hart

The Arguments of Faith (1822): 286 iii 79–80, p. 139

Sloper, Samuel

The Heart’s Bitterness from The Dacoit, and Other Poems [1840]: 296 xxx 22–23, p. 163

Smart, Christopher

On the Immensity of the Supreme Being: A Poetical Essay (1751): 2 I i 84–85, p. 25

tr. of Horace’s Epode xiv [elsewhere numbered xvi] in vol. 2 of his Works of Horace (1767): 241, The Sleeping Palace 12, p. 116

Smedley, Rev. Edward

Prescience: or the Secrets of Divination (1816): 257 17–20, pp. 119–20

Smith, Abram Lent

The Romaunt of Lady Helen Clyde (New York, 1882): 390 31–32, p. 209

Smith, Charlotte Turner

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

Apostrophe to an Old Yew Tree (1797): 30 29–30, p. 42

Flora (1807): 286 vi 62–63, p. 143

Lydia (1800): 286 iv 166, p. 139

Sonnet 45, On leaving a part of Sussex from Elegiac Sonnets and Other Poems (1784): 84 30, p. 55

Sonnet 75 (‘Where the wild woods and pathless forests frown’) from the same: 58A 75, pp. 47–48

Sonnet 80, To the Invisible Moon, from the same: 106 9, p. 62

Studies by the Sea (1804): 128 24 and 33, pp. 68–69

The Gossamer (1800): 277 61, pp. 130–31

Smith, Horace (as ‘Paul Chapman, M.D.’)

A Tour to the Lakes (1830): 312 41–42, pp. 189–90

Hymn to the Flowers (1832): 316 ii 172–74, pp. 196–97

Ozymandias (1818): 286 [Prologue] 99, p. 133

The Tin Trumpet; or, Heads and Tales, for the Wise and Waggish, vol. 2 (1836): 383 8, p. 208

Smollett, Tobias

Ode to Independence, also known as Independence: An Ode (1773): 106 8, p. 62; 209 266, p. 102

The History and Adventures of an Atom (1740): 219 15, p. 110

Smyrnæus

see Dyce, Alexander

Sophocles

mentioned: Preface, p. 5

Oedipus Rex: 88 1–4, p. 57

Sotheby, William

Genoa from Farewell to Italy (1818): 217 2, p. 108

Rome (1825): 296 [Prologue] 41, p. 149

Virgil’s Tomb (1818): 209 10, p. 99

tr. of Virgil’s Georgic III (1800): 167 53–56, pp. 86–87

tr. (1798) from the German of Wieland’s Oberon: 296 xxxviii 8, p. 166

Southey, Caroline Anne (née Bowles)

The River (1829): 313 63–64, p. 191

Southey, Robert

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

Chronicle of the Cid (1808): 241, L’Envoi 41–42, pp. 117–18

Hymn to the Penates (1796): 161 89, p. 80

Joan of Arc, an Epic Poem (Bristol, 1796): 190 22, p. 94

Madoc (1805; rev. 1812): 55 7, pp. 45–46

Roderick, The Last of the Goths (1814): 215 3, p. 106; 276 57, pp. 127–28

Sonnet 1 (‘Go Valentine and tell that lovely maid’)(1794): 27 67, p. 41

Sonnet (‘A wrinkled crabbed Man they picture thee / Old Winter’) (1800): 161 130–31, p. 80

Thalaba the Destroyer (1801): 193 71, p. 95; 296 lxxxix 27–28, pp. 173–74

The Curse of Kehama (1810): 2 I iv 133, p. 28; 3 i 32, p. 31

The Poet’s Pilgrimage to Waterloo (1816): 161 6, p. 78

The Spanish Armada (1798): 167 69, p. 87

To a Brook near the Village of Corston (1794): 160 44, p. 77

T.’s phrase ‘in happy hour’ in 241, L’Envoi 4142, pp. 117–18, occurs in Southey poems a total of twelve times

as editor, The Remains of Henry Kirke White (1807 and subsequent edns): 1 74, p. 23

Spenser, Edmund

mentioned: by Collins, Preface, p. 8; as a canonical author, Preface, p. 12

An Hymne in Honour of Beautie (1596): 47 32, pp. 43–44; 301 5, p. 186

Muiopotmos: or The Fate of the Butterflie (1590): 240 3, pp. 114–15

Prosopopoia: or Mother Hubberds Tale (1591): 313 3, p. 190; 363 10, p. 206

The Faerie Queene (1590): 108 14, p. 63; 109 8–9, p. 64; cited by Ricks, 126 3–4, pp. 65–66; cited by Ricks, 159 82–84, p. 75; 209 219, p. 102, and 266, p. 102; 296 xi 17, pp. 155–56, and xxiv 3–4, p. 161

The Ruines of Time (1591): 220 4–5, p. 112

The Shepherd’s Calender: August (1579): cited by Ricks, 296 iii 12, p. 151

Two Cantos of Mutabilitie (1609): 101 9–10, 19–20 and 29–30, pp. 60–61

see also Keats, Imitation of Spenser (1817)

Spicer, Henry

The Night-Voices (1844): 296 xxii 13, pp. 160–61

Statius, Publius Papinius

Silvae I iii 22–23 cited by T. as a source of 296 xxxiii 8, p. 164

Thebaid: 1 31, p. 20; 1 119–20, pp. 23–24; 9 45, p. 38; 26 32, p. 41; 286 iv 495, p. 141

Villa Tiburtina Manlii Vopisci quoted: 313 59–62, p. 191

see also translations by Robert Bradstreet, Francis Hodgson, W. L. Lewis, and Alexander Pope

Steele, Anne (‘Theodosia’)

A Dying Saviour from her Poems on Subjects Chiefly Devotional (1760): 127 78, pp. 67–68

Steele, Richard

The Story of Inkle and Yarico (1767): 109 5, p. 64

Stepney, George

The Nature of Dreams (c. 1700): 163 34, p. 83

Sterling, Joseph

see Boyse, Samuel

Stevenson, William

Vertumnus; or, The Progress of Spring (1765): 296 xxx 27, pp. 163–64

Stewart, John

Ode (The Niliad) (1810): 161 16, p. 79

The Pleasures of Love (1806): 9 8–9, p. 37; 106 8, p. 62

Stockall, Harriet

Malcolm from her Poems and Sonnets (1879): 420 45, pp. 212–13

Stokes, Henry Sewell

The Lay of the Desert (1830): 257 29–32, p. 120

Struthers, John

The Peasant’s Death; or, A Visit to the House of Mourning (Glasgow, 1806): 159 96–98, p. 76; 337 30, p. 203

Strutt, Jacob George

tr. of Claudian’s Rape of Proserpine (1814): 84 48, p. 55

tr. of a Latin poem by Milton as On the Fifth of November (1814): 227 47–48, pp. 113–14

Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline

Greece from her Poems (1833): 296 lxxxvi 1–2, p. 172

Lines on Martin the Painter from the same: 296 lxxxvi 1–2, p. 172

London at Night (1834): 329 10, pp. 198–99

Swan, Rev. Charles

The False One from his Gaston; or, The Heir of Foiz: A Tragedy. With Other Poems (1823): 3 i 39, p. 32

Swan, John

Speculum Mundi, or, a Glass Representing the Face of the World (1670), explains the meaning of fruitful cloud: 296 xxxix 3, pp. 166–67

Swift, Jonathan

mentioned: 296 xcvii 19, pp. 176–77

Carberiæ Rupes (1723): 78 96–97, p. 52

Gulliver’s Travels (1726): 313 7–8, p. 190

The Fable of Midas (1712): 313 59–62, p. 191

Swinburne, Algernon Charles

By the North Sea (1880): 431 41–42, p. 216

The Armada from Poems and Ballads: Third Series (1889): 427 27, pp. 215–16

Sylvester, Josuah

Henrie the Great (The Fourth of that Name) Late King of France and Navarre; His Tropheis and Tragedy (1612; repr. 1880): 468 312–15, pp. 221–22

tr. of Du Bartas’s La Sepmaine; ou, Creation du Monde (1578) as Du Bartas His Diuine Weekes and Workes (1604): 26 31, pp. 40–41; 194 21–22, pp. 96–97; 313 59–62, p. 191

tr. of Odet de la Noue’s Paradoxe que les adversitez sont plus necessaires que les prosperités as A Paradox Against Libertie (1594): 176 17, p. 92

Symmons, Charles

tr. of The Æneis of Virgil (1817): 101 21–22, p. 61

Tacitus

Annales v 2 quoted: 2 I i 58, p. 25

Talfourd, Thomas Noon

Final Memorials of Charles Lamb (1848): 466 803–4, p. 220

Tasso, Torquato

mentioned by Collins: Preface, p. 7

see translations by Henry Brooke, Edward Fairfax, Thomas Gray, John Hoole, and J. H. Wiffen

Tate, Nahum

White-LILY (1689), tr. of Cowley’s Lilium Candidum: 130 79, pp. 69–70

Tatham, Emma

The Mother’s Vigil from Dream of Pythagoras, and Other Poems (1855 edn): 425 59–60, p. 214

Taylor, Rev. Jeremy

mentioned by Collins: Preface, p. 8, note 20

The Life of Christ, or The Great Exemplar of Sanctity and Holy Life (1649): 296 xxxix 3, p. 166

Taylor, J[ohn]. B.

tr. of Petrarch’s poem 28 (‘Solo e pensoso i più deserti campi’) (1804): 286 vi ∧ vii 7, p. 144

Taylor, Thomas

tr. of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics (1811): 164 119–20, p. 84

Theobald, Lewis

The Cave of Poverty, a Poem. Written in imitation of Shakespeare. (1715): 241 6, p. 115

Theocritus

mentioned by Collins: Preface, p. 8, note 20

Idylls, cited by Richard Mant in his edn of Thomas Warton’s Poetical Works (1802): 296 xcvii 19, pp. 176–77

‘Theodosia’

see Steele, Anne

Thompson, B.

The Shipwreck (1823): 291 9, p. 148

Thompson, Rev. William

An Hymn to May (1746): 215 1, p. 105

Sickness. A Poem. In Three Books. (1745): 3 i 87–88, p. 33; 317 28, p. 197

Thomson, James

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

A Hymn on the Seasons (1730): 160 90–92, pp. 77–78; 296 xxi 17–20, p. 160

A Poem to the Memory of the Right Honourable The Lord Talbot. Addressed to His Son. (1737): 306 8, p. 187

Autumn (1730): cited by Ricks, 160 90–92, pp. 77–78; 296 vi 4, p. 153

Edward and Eleanora. A Tragedy. (1739): 58A 75, p. 47

Liberty: A Poem (1735): 289 6, pp. 145–46

On a Country Life (1720): 3 i 33–34, p. 32; 301 21–22, p. 187

Song (‘Tell me, thou soul of her I love’) (c. 1740): first cited (as noted by Shatto & Shaw and by Ricks) by John Sparrow (1930): 296 xliv 1, p. 168

Spring (1728): 58A 36, p. 47

Summer (1727): 30 25–26, p. 42; 58A 36, p. 47

Tancred and Sigismunda, A Tragedy (1745): 8 21–22, p. 37

The Castle of Indolence (1748): cited by Ricks, 108 14, p. 63; 296 xxvii 2, pp. 161–62, and xxx 27, pp. 163–64; cited by Collins, Shatto & Shaw, and Ricks, 296 [Epilogue] 117–18, p. 185

Winter (1726): cited by Ricks, 3 i 133, p. 34; 5 15–16, p. 36; 47 35, p. 44; 83 90, p. 53; 106 9, p. 62; 128 11, p. 68; 160 3132, p. 77

Thomson, Samuel

The Year in 12 Fits, ascribed to Damon. (1799): 276A 50–53, p. 129

Thurston, Joseph

The Fall; in Four Books (1732): 101 27, p. 61

Tibullus

see Dart, John

Tickell, Thomas

Lucy and Colin (1725), 241, Prologue 3, p. 115

Tighe, Mary

Good Friday, 1790 (1811): 8 17, p. 37

THE LILY. May, 1809. from Psyche: with other poems by the late Mrs Henry Tighe (1811): 296 cxxii 1–4, p. 182

Tindal, Mrs. Acton

The Lament of Joanna of Spain (1847): 296 xxiv 9–10, p. 161

Tonna, Charlotte Elizabeth (née Browne) (as ‘Charlotte Elizabeth’)

Izram, a Mexican Tale (1826): 286 iv 169, p. 139

Trapp, John

Commentary or Exposition Upon All the Books of the New Testament (1656): 210 7, p. 104

Trench, Richard Chevenix

Orpheus and the Sirens (1842): 296 ix 7–8, p. 154

Trevanion, Henry

The Influence of Apathy (1827): 144 6, p. 71

Trevelyan, Raleigh

On the Ten Commandments (1820): 161 73–74, pp. 79–80

Trumbull, John

M’Fingal (1782): 296 ix 9–10, p. 154

Tschudi, J[ohann]. J[akob]. von

Peru. Reiseskizzen aus den Jahren 1838–1842 [Peru. Travel Sketches from the Years 1838–1842], a section of which was tr. as The Mine, the Forest, and the Cordillera in Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine (1846): 454 12, p. 218

Tuckerman, Henry Theodore

The Holy Land (1840): 296 xciv 1–4, p. 175

Tyler, James Endell

Meditations from the Fathers of the First Five Centuries (1849): 299 8, pp. 185–86

Urquhart, Sir Thomas

tr. (1663) of Rabelais’s Pantagruel (1532): 163 6, pp. 81–82

Vaughan, Henry

Distraction (1650): 464 378–80, pp. 218–19

The Night (1650): 62 13–14, p. 49

The World (1650): 296 xcvii 2–3, p. 176

Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro)

compared to T. by Collins: Preface, pp. 6, 7, 8, note 20

mentioned, as canonical author: Preface, p. 12;

as Dante’s guide in the Inferno: 164 66–68, pp. 83–84; 296 lviii 9–10, p. 169

Aeneid quoted and/or cited: 101 21–22, p. 61; by Mustard, Ricks, and Shatto & Shaw, 296 ix 1–2, p. 153; 296 cxxviii 13, p. 184; 394 1–2, pp. 209–10; by T. himself: 475 36, p. 226

Eclogues quoted and/or cited: 240 3, pp. 114–15; 469 33, p. 222

Georgics quoted and/or cited: 167 53–56, pp. 86–87; 296 ii 7–8, p. 151; 296 vi 4, p. 153; 296 ix 3–4, pp. 153–54

Pastorals quoted and/or cited: by Ricks, 296 xliii 5, pp. 167–68; 420 57–58, p. 213

see also translations of some or all of the Aeneid and other of Virgil’s works by Thomas Creech, John Dryden, Thomas Grinfield, William Mills, Ambrose Philips, William Sotheby, Charles Symmons, Joseph Warton, and William Wordsworth

Voltaire

see Lloyd, Robert

Waddington, George

Columbus (1813): 163 17, p. 82

Warton, Joseph

Ode VI. Against Despair. in his Odes on Various Subjects (1746): 271 143, p. 125

Ode to Sleep (1748): 124 5, p. 65

tr. of Virgil’s Georgic III in his Works of Virgil, in Latin and English (1753): 296 ii 7–8, p. 151; 296 xcvii 19, pp. 176–77

Warton, Thomas

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

comments also relevant to T. in his edn of Milton’s Poems upon Several Occasions (1785): 78 83–86, p. 52

Ode XVII, For His Majesty’s Birth-day, June 4th, 1786 (1786): 296 xcvii 19, pp. 176–77

The Pleasures of Melancholy. Written in the Year 1745. (1747): 64 4, p. 49; 106 9, p. 62; 130 52–53, p. 69

Verses on Reynolds’s Painted Window at New-College (1782): 275 86–88, p. 127; 425 41–43, p. 214

Watson, Thomas

Sonnet LVIII of his Hekatompathia (1582): 310 19, pp. 188–89

Watts, Isaac

An Elegiac Ode On the Reverend Mr. T. Gouge (1706): 208 18, p. 98

Come, Lord Jesus from Horae Lyricae (1706): 296 xxx 27, pp. 163–64

Death and Eternity (1706): 296 lviii 6–7, p. 169

Divine Judgments (1715): 301 21–22, p. 187

God’s Dominion over the Sea from the second, posthumous edn of his Collection of Hymns and Sacred Poems (1779): 215 3, p. 106

Grace Shining, and Nature Fainting (1709): 296 [Prologue] 41, p. 149

Hymn of Praise for three great Salvations (1706): 317 28, p. 197

O how I love Thy holy law! (1719): 286 vi 47, p. 143

Passion and Reason (1742): 190 23, p. 94

Stanzas to Lady Sunderland at Tunbridge-Wells, 1712 (1780): 75 5, pp. 50–51

The Hero’s School of Morality (1709): 286 [Prologue] 99, p. 133

The Incomprehensible (1706): 163 33, p. 82

To Her Majesty (1721): 1 74, p. 23

To Sir John Hartopp, Baronet. The Wish. (1805): 296 xxx 27, pp. 163–64

To the Dear Memory of my Honoured Friend Thomas Gunston Esq. from Horae Lyricae (1706): 128 11, p. 68

Untitled poem beginning ‘Let Astrapé forbear to blaze’ in his Reliquiae Juveniles. Miscellaneous Thoughts in Prose and Verse. (1734): 128 11, p. 68

Weever, John

The Mirror of Martyrs, or, The life and death of that thrice valiant Capitaine, and most godly Martyre Sir John Old-castle knight, Lord Cobham (1601): 4 155, p. 36

Wesley, Charles

Hymn (‘Gentle Jesus, Meek and Mild’) (1742): 290 8–9, p. 147

Hymn (‘Jesus, Lover of My Soul’) (1740): 78 1–2, p. 51

Hymn (‘Jesus, thou say’st I shall receive’) (1762): 467 928–29, p. 221

Hymn (‘None Is Like Jeshurun’s God’) (1742): 286 ii 292–96, pp. 138–39

Wesley, John

Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible (1754–65): 78 49, p. 52

Hymn (‘O God, what offering shall I give’) (1831): 469 253, p. 222

Wesley, Samuel

tr. of Batrachomyomachia (1726): 73 63–64, p. 50

Wharton, Richard

Cambuscan, An Heroic Poem, In Six Books Fables in vol. 2 of his Fables (1805): 1 61–62, p. 22

White, Henry Kirke

Sonnet (‘What art thou, Mighty One! and where thy seat’) from Remains of Henry Kirke White (1807 edn): 1 74, p. 23

The Dance of the Consumptives from Remains (1808 edn): 130 40–41, p. 69

The Hermit of the Dale (1811): 420 73, pp. 213–14

The Hermit of the Pacific, or The Horrors of Utter Solitude (1822): 215 1, p. 105

White, Walter (as ‘W.’)

Hope For All (1846), 329 16, p. 199

Whittier, John Greenleaf

The Seeking of the Waterfall (1878): 462 6, p. 218

Whyte, Samuel

Elegy I (1770): 1 55, pp. 21–22

Wiffen, J[eremiah]. H[olmes].

tr. of Gerusalemme Liberata as The Jerusalem Delivered of Torquato Tasso (1824–25): 176 23–24, p. 93; 219 131–32, p. 111; 286 v 513, p. 142; and 296 xxvii 2, pp. 161–62

Williams, Helen Maria

A Paraphrase on Psalm lxxiv. 16, 17, also known as The Benevolence of God (1786): 167 53–56, pp. 86–87

Duncan, An Ode (1791): 55 7, pp. 45–46

Part of an Irregular Fragment, Found in a Dark Passage of the Tower (1786): 296 cxviii 21, p. 182

Williams, Isaac

The Spiritual Husbandman from The Baptistery, or The Way of Eternal Life, Part IV (1844): 296 xxii 9–12, p. 160

Williams, Robert Folkestone

The Young Napoleon (1833): 286 i 31, p. 136

Wilson, John

mentioned: Preface, p. 13

The City of the Plague, from The City of the Plague, and Other Poems (Edinburgh, 1816): 84 15–17, pp. 54–55; 216 26, p. 107; 316 i 5, p. 193

Dirge from City of the Plague: 216 26, p. 107

Solitude from City of the Plague: 26 1, pp. 39–40

The Isle of Palms (Edinburgh, 1812): 47 35, p. 44; 153 i 58, p. 73; 209 379–81, p. 103; 286 vii 180–81, pp. 144–45; 296 ix 1–2, p. 153, and xxxv 9, p. 165

The Scholar’s Funeral from City of the Plague: 296 [Epilogue] 117–18, p. 185

Waking Dreams: A Fragment (1817): 286 i 12–13, p. 135

Wither, George

Epithalamia: or Nuptiall Poems (1612): 257 83, pp. 121–22

Wollstonecraft, Mary

Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark (1796): 26 23, p. 40

Woodley, Rev. George

Britain’s Bulwarks; or, The British Seaman (Plymouth-Dock, 1811): 296 cv 23–24, p. 179

Cornubia (1819): 167 69, p. 87

Mount-Edgcumbe (1804): 2 I i 7–8, pp. 24–25

Wordsworth, Christopher

The Druids, 161 9–10, p. 78

Wordsworth, William

mentioned in Preface: by T. himself, p. 4; as canonical author, p. 12; alluded to in T.’s To the Queen (1851): 216 4, pp. 106–7; addressed in a poem by Hemans (see entry under her name)

A Farewell (1815): 241, Prologue 6, p. 115

An Evening Walk, Addressed to a Young Lady (1793): 1A i 8, p. 17; 296 cxviii 21, p. 182

Artegal and Elidure (1815): 209 143, p. 101

Descriptive Sketches taken during a Pedestrian Tour among the Alps (1793; revised 1820): 2 III ii 78, pp. 29–30; 209 151–53, p. 101; 296 v 5–6, p. 153

Elegiac Stanzas on the death of Frederick William Goddard (1807): 209 10, p. 99

Elegiac Stanzas on the deaths of George and Sarah Green (written and privately but widely circulated in 1808; first formally published 1839): 257 87, p. 122

Epitaphs Translated from Chiabrera (1810): 296 cv 1–2, p. 179

Gipsies (1807): 209 451, p. 103

Inside of King’s College Chapel, Cambridge from Ecclestical Sketches (1822): 127 67, p. 67

Laodamia (1815): 427 33, p. 216

Lines Left upon a Seat in a Yew-tree (1827 version): 296 xcv 15–16 and 51–52, p. 175

Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood (1807): 164 263, p. 85

Peter Bell, a Tale in Verse (1819 version): 223 18, p. 112; 289 6, pp. 145–46; 473 4 and 242, p. 224

Presentiments. Written at Rydal Mount. (1835): 420 57–58, p. 213

Salisbury Plain (1794): 1 60, p. 22; 4 101, p. 35

Song at the Feast of Brougham Castle (1807): 286 vii 277, p. 145

Sonnet (‘I watch, and have long watched, with calm regret’) (1819): 217 31, pp. 108–9

Sympathy (1827): 296 xxx 22–23, p. 163

The Blind Highland Boy (1803): 330 128–30, p. 200

The Borderers (1842): cited by Ricks, 87 26–27, p. 56

The Brownie’s Cell from Part 1 of Memorials of a Tour of Scotland (1820): 277 61, pp. 130–31

The Contrast: The Parrot and the Wren (1827): 386 3, pp. 208–9

The Earl of Breadalbane’s Ruined Mansion, and Family Burial-Place, Near Killin (1831): 296 xxxv 1–2, p. 165

The Emigrant Mother (1807): 296 xx 1–2, p. 158

The Excursion (1814): 9 8–9, p. 37; 163 6, pp. 81–82; cited by Ricks, 257 87, p. 122; 296 xxvi 5–7, p. 161

The Female Vagrant (1798): 174 4–7, p. 91; 296 xx 1–2, p. 158

The Fountain (1798): 241, The Sleeping Palace 12, p. 116

The Green Linnet (1807): 159 91, p. 75

The Prelude (1798 version): 299 12, p. 186

The White Doe of Rylstone (1815): 161 6, p. 78; 296 xxvi 5–7, p. 161

To a Small Celandine (1807): 128 24 and 33, pp. 68–69

Water-Fowl (1827): 127 20, p. 66

We Are Seven (1810): 286 [Prologue] 9, p. 133

Written In a Blank Leaf of Macpherson’s Ossian (1827): 127 9, p. 66

Yew-Trees (1815): 3 ii 24, p. 34

tr. of Aeneid Book I (1832): 215 3, p. 106

Wrangham, Francis

tr. of sonnet 149 of Petrarch’s Laura (later incorporated in the Canzoniere as Poem 182) beginning ‘Amor che ’ncende ’l cor d’ ardente zelo’, as Love and Jealousy (1817): 163 17, p. 82

Wright, John

The Retrospect; or Youthful Scenes (1825): 62 6, p. 48

Wyatt, Thomas

Complaint of the Absence of His Love (1557): 95 38–39, p. 60

In Spain (c. 1539): 163 34, p. 83

Tagus Farewell, first published (1557) as Of his returne from Spain: 313 59–62, p. 191

The mournful Lover to his Heart with Complaint that it will not break (1557): 227 23, p. 113

Yalden, Thomas

tr. of Ovid’s Art of Love, Book II (1709): 296 xx 1–2, p. 158

Yearsley, Ann

A Poem on the Inhumanity of the Slave-Trade (1788): 296 xi 15–16, p. 155

Yeman, Alexander

The Fisherman’s Hut, in the Highlands of Scotland (1807): 167 53–56, pp. 86–87

Young, Edward

mentioned: Preface, p. 12

A Paraphrase on Part of the Book of Job (1719): 3 i 33–34, p. 32

A Poem on the Last Day (Oxford, 1713): 160 77–78, p. 77; 161 89, p. 80

Epistle to Lord Lansdowne (1713): 151 14, pp. 72–73

Satire VII. To the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole from The Love of Fame, the Universal Passion (1728): 296 lxxxvi 13, p. 173

The Complaint: or, Night-Thoughts on Life, Death, & Immortality (1742–45): 3 i 2–4, pp. 30–3; 3 i 87–88, p. 33; 164 215, pp. 84–85; 209 146, p. 101; 257 83, pp. 121–22; 289 6, pp. 145–46

The Foreign Address, or The Best Argument for Peace (1734): 296 lxxxvi 13, p. 173

The Merchant. Ode the First. Strain the Fifth from Imperium Pelagi. A Naval Lyric. in his Imperium Pelagi. A Naval Lyric (1730): 2 I i 90–92, pp. 25–26