Verses and Translations
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Verses and Translations

By Charles Stuart Calverley
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Table of Contents
  • VERSES AND TRANSLATIONS.
  • CONTENTS.
  • VISIONS.
  • GEMINI AND VIRGO.
  • “There Stands a City.”
  • STRIKING.
  • VOICES OF THE NIGHT.
  • LINES SUGGESTED BY THE FOURTEENTH OF FEBRUARY.
  • A, B, C.
  • TO MRS. GOODCHILD.
  • ODE—‘ON A DISTANT PROSPECT’ OF MAKING A FORTUNE.
  • ISABEL.
  • DIRGE.
  • LINES SUGGESTED BY THE FOURTEENTH OF FEBRUARY.
  • “HIC VIR, HIC EST.”
  • BEER.
  • ODE TO TOBACCO.
  • DOVER TO MUNICH.
  • CHARADES.
  • PROVERBIAL PHILOSOPHY.
    • Introductory.
    • Of Propriety.
    • Of Friendship.
    • Of Reading.
  • TRANSLATIONS. [105]
    • LYCIDAS.
  • LYCIDAS.
  • IN MEMORIAM.
    • CVI.
  • IN MEMORIAM.
  • LAURA MATILDA’S DIRGE.
  • NÆNIA.
  • “LEAVES HAVE THEIR TIME TO FALL.”
  • “FRONDES EST UBI DECIDANT.”
  • “LET US TURN HITHERWARD OUR BARK.”
  • “QUIN HUC, FREMEBANT.”
  • CARMEN SÆCULARE.
  • TRANSLATIONS FROM HORACE.
    • TO A SHIP. Od. i. 14.
    • TO VIRGIL. Od. i. 24.
    • TO THE FOUNTAIN OF BANDUSIA. Od. iii. 13.
    • TO IBYCUS’S WIFE. Od. ii. 15.
    • SORACTE. Od. i. 9.
    • TO LEUCONÖE. Od. i. 11.
    • JUNO’S SPEECH. Od. iii. 3.
    • TO A FAUN. Od. iii. 18.
    • TO LYCE. Od. iv. 13.
    • TO HIS SLAVE. Od. i. 38.
    • THE DEAD OX. Georg. iv.
    • FROM THEOCRITUS. Idyll.  VII.
    • SPEECH OF AJAX. Soph. Aj. 645.
    • FROM LUCRETIUS. Book II.
    • FROM HOMER. Il. I.
  • FOOTNOTES
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