The Book of Ballads, edited by Bon Gaultier [pseud.]
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The Book of Ballads, edited by Bon Gaultier [pseud.]

By William Edmondstoune Aytoun, Sir Theodore Martin
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Table of Contents
  • The Bon Gaultier Ballads
  • p. iiTHE BOOK OF BALLADS
  • p. vPREFACE.
  • p. xxviiiLIST OF EDITIONS of the BON GAULTIER BALLADS.
  • p. xxixCONTENTS.
  • L’ENVOY.
  • p. 3SPANISH BALLADS
    • The Broken Pitcher.
    • p. 7Don Fernando Gomersalez. From the Spanish of Astley’s.
    • The Courtship of our Cid.
  • p. 35AMERICAN BALLADS
    • The Fight with the Snapping Turtle; or, The American St George.
      • FYTTE FIRST.
      • FYTTE SECOND.
    • FYTTE FIRST.
    • FYTTE SECOND.
    • p. 45The Lay of Mr Colt.
    • STREAK THE FIRST.
      • STREAK THE SECOND.
    • STREAK THE SECOND.
    • p. 53The Death of Jabez Dollar.
    • The Alabama Duel.
    • p. 66The American’s Apostrophe to Boz.
  • p. 75MISCELLANEOUS BALLADS
    • The Student of Jena.
    • The Lay of the Levite.
    • Bursch Groggenburg.
    • p. 87Night and Morning.
    • p. 89The Biter Bit.
    • The Convict and the Australian Lady.
    • p. 96The Doleful Lay of the Honourable I. O. Uwins.
    • The Knyghte and the Taylzeour’s Daughter.
    • The Midnight Visit.
    • The Lay of The Lovelorn.
    • My Wife’s Cousin.
    • The Queen in France.
      • PART I.
      • p. 143PART II.
    • PART I.
    • p. 143PART II.
    • The Massacre of the Macpherson.
    • p. 156The Laureates’ Tourney.
      • FYTTE THE FIRST.
      • FYTTE THE SECOND.
    • FYTTE THE FIRST.
    • FYTTE THE SECOND.
    • The Royal Banquet.
    • p. 171The Bard of Erin’s Lament.
    • The Laureate.
    • p. 177A Midnight Meditation.
    • p. 182Montgomery.
    • Little John and the Red Friar.
      • FYTTE THE FIRST.
      • FYTTE THE SECOND.
    • FYTTE THE FIRST.
    • FYTTE THE SECOND.
    • The Rhyme of Sir Launcelot Bogle.
  • p. 219ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE PUFF POETICAL
    • p. 221The Death of Ishmael.
    • p. 223Parr’s Life Pills.
    • p. 226Tarquin and the Augur.
    • p. 228La Mort d’Arthur,
    • Jupiter and the Indian Ale.
    • p. 232The Lay of the Doudney Brothers.
    • p. 235Paris and Helen.
    • p. 238A Warning.
    • p. 239To Persons About to Marry.
    • p. 241Want Places.
  • p. 243MISCELLANEOUS POEMS
    • The Lay of the Lover’s Friend.
    • Francesca Da Rimini.
    • The Cadi’s Daughter.
    • p. 258The Dirge of the Drinker.
    • p. 261The Death of Duval.
    • Eastern Serenade.
    • p. 271Dame Fredegonde.
    • p. 276Song of the Ennuyé.
    • p. 279The Death of Space.
    • p. 281Caroline.
    • p. 284To a Forget-Me-Not,
    • p. 286The Meeting.
    • The Mishap.
    • p. 291Comfort in Affliction.
    • p. 293The Invocation.
    • The Husband’s Petition.
    • Sonnet to Britain.
  • NOTES.
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