The Poetical Works of William Lisle Bowles Vol. 2
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The Poetical Works of William Lisle Bowles Vol. 2

By William Lisle Bowles
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  • Transcriber's note
  • THE POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM LISLE BOWLES
    • MEMOIR AND CRITICISM ON THE WORKS OF THE REV. W. L. BOWLES.
    • CONTENTS
    • BANWELL HILL;
      • A LAY OF THE SEVERN SEA.
    • A LAY OF THE SEVERN SEA.
    • PREFACE.[1]
      • BANWELL CAVE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • BANWELL CAVE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ARGUMENT.
    • BANWELL HILL.
    • PART FIRST.
      • INTRODUCTION—GENERAL VIEW—CAVE—ASCENT—VIEW—STEEP HOLMS—FLAT HOLMS—SEA.
    • INTRODUCTION—GENERAL VIEW—CAVE—ASCENT—VIEW—STEEP HOLMS—FLAT HOLMS—SEA.
    • PART SECOND.
      • REFLECTIONS ON THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS STATE OF PARISHES, PAST AND PRESENT.
    • REFLECTIONS ON THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS STATE OF PARISHES, PAST AND PRESENT.
    • PART THIRD.
      • THE MAIDEN'S CURSE.
    • THE MAIDEN'S CURSE.
    • PART FOURTH.
      • WALK ABROAD—VIEWS AROUND, FROM THE SEVERN TO BRISTOL—WRINGTON—"AULD ROBIN GRAY."
    • WALK ABROAD—VIEWS AROUND, FROM THE SEVERN TO BRISTOL—WRINGTON—"AULD ROBIN GRAY."
    • PART FIFTH.
      • LANG SYNE—VISION OF THE DELUGE—CONCLUSION
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • LANG SYNE—VISION OF THE DELUGE—CONCLUSION
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE GRAVE OF THE LAST SAXON; OR, THE LEGEND OF THE CURFEW.
    • INTRODUCTION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE GRAVE OF THE LAST SAXON.
      • INTRODUCTORY CANTO.
      • CANTO FIRST.
      • CANTO SECOND.
      • CANTO THIRD.
      • CANTO FOURTH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • INTRODUCTORY CANTO.
    • CANTO FIRST.
    • CANTO SECOND.
    • CANTO THIRD.
    • CANTO FOURTH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ST JOHN IN PATMOS.
    • ST JOHN IN PATMOS.
      • PART FIRST.
      • PART SECOND.
      • PART THIRD.
      • PART FOURTH.
      • PART FIFTH.
      • PART SIXTH.
      • APOCALYPTIC HORSES.
        • WHITE HORSE, RED HORSE, BLACK HORSE, PALE HORSE.
      • WHITE HORSE, RED HORSE, BLACK HORSE, PALE HORSE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART FIRST.
    • PART SECOND.
    • PART THIRD.
    • PART FOURTH.
    • PART FIFTH.
    • PART SIXTH.
    • APOCALYPTIC HORSES.
      • WHITE HORSE, RED HORSE, BLACK HORSE, PALE HORSE.
    • WHITE HORSE, RED HORSE, BLACK HORSE, PALE HORSE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE SORROWS OF SWITZERLAND.
    • THE SORROWS OF SWITZERLAND.[188]
      • PART FIRST.
      • PART SECOND.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART FIRST.
    • PART SECOND.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE VILLAGER'S VERSE-BOOK.
      • PREFACE.
      • PATH OF LIFE.
      • SUNRISE.
      • SUMMER'S EVENING.
      • SPRING—CUCKOO.
      • SHEEPFOLD.
      • HEN AND CHICKENS.
      • POOR MAN'S GRAVE.
      • SABBATH MORNING.
      • THE PRIMROSE.
      • THE HOUR-GLASS.
      • THE BIRD'S NEST.
      • THE MOWER.
      • SATURDAY NIGHT.
      • SUNDAY NIGHT.
      • THE APRIL SHOWER.
      • THE ROBIN REDBREAST.
      • THE BUTTERFLY AND THE BEE.
      • THE GLOW-WORM.
      • THE CONVICT.
      • THE BLIND GRANDFATHER.
      • THE OLD LABOURER.
      • THE SWAN.
      • THE VILLAGE BELLS.
      • THE CAGED BIRD.
      • THE DUTIFUL CHILD
        • READING THE STORY OF JOSEPH TO A SICK FATHER.
      • READING THE STORY OF JOSEPH TO A SICK FATHER.
      • LITTLE MARY'S LINNET.
      • THE SHEPHERD AND HIS DOG.
      • THE WITHERED LEAF.
      • THE GIPSY'S TENT.
      • MY FATHER'S GRAVE.
      • THE SWALLOW AND THE RED-BREAST.
        • AN APOLOGUE.
      • AN APOLOGUE.
      • THE BLIND MAN OF SALISBURY CATHEDRAL.
      • THE BLIND SOLDIER AND HIS DAUGHTER.
      • THE LITTLE SWEEP.
        • WRITTEN FOR JAMES MONTGOMERY'S CHIMNEY-SWEEPER'S ALBUM.
      • WRITTEN FOR JAMES MONTGOMERY'S CHIMNEY-SWEEPER'S ALBUM.
      • THE BLACKSMITH.
      • HYMN FOR THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.
      • THE CHILDREN'S HYMN FOR THEIR PATRONESS.
      • EASTER DAY.
      • CHRISTMAS HYMN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • PREFACE.
    • PATH OF LIFE.
    • SUNRISE.
    • SUMMER'S EVENING.
    • SPRING—CUCKOO.
    • SHEEPFOLD.
    • HEN AND CHICKENS.
    • POOR MAN'S GRAVE.
    • SABBATH MORNING.
    • THE PRIMROSE.
    • THE HOUR-GLASS.
    • THE BIRD'S NEST.
    • THE MOWER.
    • SATURDAY NIGHT.
    • SUNDAY NIGHT.
    • THE APRIL SHOWER.
    • THE ROBIN REDBREAST.
    • THE BUTTERFLY AND THE BEE.
    • THE GLOW-WORM.
    • THE CONVICT.
    • THE BLIND GRANDFATHER.
    • THE OLD LABOURER.
    • THE SWAN.
    • THE VILLAGE BELLS.
    • THE CAGED BIRD.
    • THE DUTIFUL CHILD
      • READING THE STORY OF JOSEPH TO A SICK FATHER.
    • READING THE STORY OF JOSEPH TO A SICK FATHER.
    • LITTLE MARY'S LINNET.
    • THE SHEPHERD AND HIS DOG.
    • THE WITHERED LEAF.
    • THE GIPSY'S TENT.
    • MY FATHER'S GRAVE.
    • THE SWALLOW AND THE RED-BREAST.
      • AN APOLOGUE.
    • AN APOLOGUE.
    • THE BLIND MAN OF SALISBURY CATHEDRAL.
    • THE BLIND SOLDIER AND HIS DAUGHTER.
    • THE LITTLE SWEEP.
      • WRITTEN FOR JAMES MONTGOMERY'S CHIMNEY-SWEEPER'S ALBUM.
    • WRITTEN FOR JAMES MONTGOMERY'S CHIMNEY-SWEEPER'S ALBUM.
    • THE BLACKSMITH.
    • HYMN FOR THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.
    • THE CHILDREN'S HYMN FOR THEIR PATRONESS.
    • EASTER DAY.
    • CHRISTMAS HYMN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SONG OF THE CID.[194]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • POEMS, INEDITED, UNPUBLISHED, ETC.
    • POEMS, INEDITED, UNPUBLISHED, ETC.
      • THE SANCTUARY:
        • A DRAMATIC SKETCH.
        • Scene I.
        • Elizabeth, widow of Edward IV., in the palace of Westminster, watching her youngest son, Richard, sleeping.
        • Scene II.
        • The Sanctuary at Westminster.
        • Scene III.
        • The Cardinal of York[196]—Queen—Richard.
      • A DRAMATIC SKETCH.
      • Scene I.
      • Elizabeth, widow of Edward IV., in the palace of Westminster, watching her youngest son, Richard, sleeping.
      • Scene II.
      • The Sanctuary at Westminster.
      • Scene III.
      • The Cardinal of York[196]—Queen—Richard.
      • CHILDE HAROLD'S LAST PILGRIMAGE.
      • THE EGYPTIAN TOMB.
      • CHANTREY'S SLEEPING CHILDREN.
      • ON MISS FITZGERALD AND LORD KERRY PLANTING TWO CEDARS IN THE CHURCHYARD OF BREMHILL.
      • THE GREENWICH PENSIONERS.
      • GLASTONBURY ABBEY AND WELLS CATHEDRAL.
        • WRITTEN AFTER VIEWING THE RUINS OF THE ONE, AND HEARING THE CHURCH SERVICE IN THE OTHER.
      • WRITTEN AFTER VIEWING THE RUINS OF THE ONE, AND HEARING THE CHURCH SERVICE IN THE OTHER.
      • SILCHESTER, THE ANCIENT CALEVA.[199]
      • RESTORATION OF MALMESBURY ABBEY.[201]
      • ON THE FUNERAL OF CHARLES THE FIRST,
        • AT NIGHT, IN ST GEORGE'S CHAPEL, WINDSOR.
      • AT NIGHT, IN ST GEORGE'S CHAPEL, WINDSOR.
      • ON SEEING PLANTS IN THE WINDOWS OF SETH WARD'S COLLEGE,
        • ENDOWED FOR WIDOWS OF CLERGYMEN, AT SALISBURY.
      • ENDOWED FOR WIDOWS OF CLERGYMEN, AT SALISBURY.
      • MORLEY'S FAREWELL TO THE COTTAGE OF ISAAK WALTON.
        • TO KENNA.
      • TO KENNA.
      • THE GRAVE OF BISHOP KEN.
      • THE LEGEND OF ST CECILIA AND THE ANGEL.
      • SUPPOSED ADDRESS TO BISHOP KEN.[208]
      • ON AN ECLIPSE OF THE MOON AT MIDNIGHT.
      • TO LADY VALLETORT,
        • ON HEARING HER SING "GLORIA IN EXCELSIS," WITH THREE OTHER YOUNG LADIES, AT LACOCK ABBEY, OCTOBER 1831.
      • ON HEARING HER SING "GLORIA IN EXCELSIS," WITH THREE OTHER YOUNG LADIES, AT LACOCK ABBEY, OCTOBER 1831.
      • ON SEEING A BUST OF R. B. SHERIDAN,
        • FROM A CAST TAKEN AFTER DEATH.[209]
      • FROM A CAST TAKEN AFTER DEATH.[209]
      • RETURN OF GEORGE III. TO WINDSOR CASTLE.
      • ON MEETING SOME FRIENDS OF YOUTH AT CHELTENHAM,
        • FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE WE PARTED AT OXFORD.
      • FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE WE PARTED AT OXFORD.
      • THE LAY OF TALBOT, THE TROUBADOUR.[210]
        • A LEGEND OF LACOCK ABBEY.
        • PART FIRST.
        • PART SECOND.
      • A LEGEND OF LACOCK ABBEY.
      • PART FIRST.
      • PART SECOND.
      • THE ARK: A POEM FOR MUSIC.
      • WRITTEN AFTER THE CONSECRATION OF THE NEW CHURCH AT KINGSWOOD.
      • ON THE DEATH OF DR BURGESS,
        • THE LATE BISHOP OF SALISBURY.
      • THE LATE BISHOP OF SALISBURY.
      • LINES WRITTEN ON FONTHILL ABBEY.
      • EPITAPH ON BENJAMIN TREMLYN,
        • AN OLD SOLDIER, BURIED IN BREMHILL CHURCHYARD AT THE AGE OF 92.
      • AN OLD SOLDIER, BURIED IN BREMHILL CHURCHYARD AT THE AGE OF 92.
      • EPITAPH ON ROBERT SOUTHEY.
      • SONNET.
        • WRITTEN IN A COPY OF FALCONER'S "SHIPWRECK."
      • WRITTEN IN A COPY OF FALCONER'S "SHIPWRECK."
      • ON FIRST HEARING CARADORI SING.
      • SALISBURY CATHEDRAL.
      • LOCKSWELL.
      • ON MOZART.
      • EPITAPH ON JOHN HARDING,
        • IN THE CHURCHYARD OF BREMHILL.
      • IN THE CHURCHYARD OF BREMHILL.
      • ON THE DEATH OF WILLIAM LINLEY, ESQ.,
        • THE COMPOSER OF THE MUSIC OF "THE DUENNA," ETC.
      • THE COMPOSER OF THE MUSIC OF "THE DUENNA," ETC.
      • INSCRIBED TO THE MARCHIONESS OF LANSDOWNE
      • HYMN FOR MUSIC,
        • AFTER THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.
      • AFTER THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.
      • INSCRIPTIONS IN THE GARDENS OF BREMHILL RECTORY.
        • ON A TREE COMMANDING A VIEW OF THE WHOLE EXTENT OF BOWOOD.
        • ON A RURAL SEAT.
        • ON THE FRONT OF A HERMITAGE, NEAR A DIAL.
        • QUIETI ET MUSIS.
      • ON A TREE COMMANDING A VIEW OF THE WHOLE EXTENT OF BOWOOD.
      • ON A RURAL SEAT.
      • ON THE FRONT OF A HERMITAGE, NEAR A DIAL.
      • QUIETI ET MUSIS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • Transcriber's note
    • THE SANCTUARY:
      • A DRAMATIC SKETCH.
      • Scene I.
      • Elizabeth, widow of Edward IV., in the palace of Westminster, watching her youngest son, Richard, sleeping.
      • Scene II.
      • The Sanctuary at Westminster.
      • Scene III.
      • The Cardinal of York[196]—Queen—Richard.
    • A DRAMATIC SKETCH.
    • Scene I.
    • Elizabeth, widow of Edward IV., in the palace of Westminster, watching her youngest son, Richard, sleeping.
    • Scene II.
    • The Sanctuary at Westminster.
    • Scene III.
    • The Cardinal of York[196]—Queen—Richard.
    • CHILDE HAROLD'S LAST PILGRIMAGE.
    • THE EGYPTIAN TOMB.
    • CHANTREY'S SLEEPING CHILDREN.
    • ON MISS FITZGERALD AND LORD KERRY PLANTING TWO CEDARS IN THE CHURCHYARD OF BREMHILL.
    • THE GREENWICH PENSIONERS.
    • GLASTONBURY ABBEY AND WELLS CATHEDRAL.
      • WRITTEN AFTER VIEWING THE RUINS OF THE ONE, AND HEARING THE CHURCH SERVICE IN THE OTHER.
    • WRITTEN AFTER VIEWING THE RUINS OF THE ONE, AND HEARING THE CHURCH SERVICE IN THE OTHER.
    • SILCHESTER, THE ANCIENT CALEVA.[199]
    • RESTORATION OF MALMESBURY ABBEY.[201]
    • ON THE FUNERAL OF CHARLES THE FIRST,
      • AT NIGHT, IN ST GEORGE'S CHAPEL, WINDSOR.
    • AT NIGHT, IN ST GEORGE'S CHAPEL, WINDSOR.
    • ON SEEING PLANTS IN THE WINDOWS OF SETH WARD'S COLLEGE,
      • ENDOWED FOR WIDOWS OF CLERGYMEN, AT SALISBURY.
    • ENDOWED FOR WIDOWS OF CLERGYMEN, AT SALISBURY.
    • MORLEY'S FAREWELL TO THE COTTAGE OF ISAAK WALTON.
      • TO KENNA.
    • TO KENNA.
    • THE GRAVE OF BISHOP KEN.
    • THE LEGEND OF ST CECILIA AND THE ANGEL.
    • SUPPOSED ADDRESS TO BISHOP KEN.[208]
    • ON AN ECLIPSE OF THE MOON AT MIDNIGHT.
    • TO LADY VALLETORT,
      • ON HEARING HER SING "GLORIA IN EXCELSIS," WITH THREE OTHER YOUNG LADIES, AT LACOCK ABBEY, OCTOBER 1831.
    • ON HEARING HER SING "GLORIA IN EXCELSIS," WITH THREE OTHER YOUNG LADIES, AT LACOCK ABBEY, OCTOBER 1831.
    • ON SEEING A BUST OF R. B. SHERIDAN,
      • FROM A CAST TAKEN AFTER DEATH.[209]
    • FROM A CAST TAKEN AFTER DEATH.[209]
    • RETURN OF GEORGE III. TO WINDSOR CASTLE.
    • ON MEETING SOME FRIENDS OF YOUTH AT CHELTENHAM,
      • FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE WE PARTED AT OXFORD.
    • FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE WE PARTED AT OXFORD.
    • THE LAY OF TALBOT, THE TROUBADOUR.[210]
      • A LEGEND OF LACOCK ABBEY.
      • PART FIRST.
      • PART SECOND.
    • A LEGEND OF LACOCK ABBEY.
    • PART FIRST.
    • PART SECOND.
    • THE ARK: A POEM FOR MUSIC.
    • WRITTEN AFTER THE CONSECRATION OF THE NEW CHURCH AT KINGSWOOD.
    • ON THE DEATH OF DR BURGESS,
      • THE LATE BISHOP OF SALISBURY.
    • THE LATE BISHOP OF SALISBURY.
    • LINES WRITTEN ON FONTHILL ABBEY.
    • EPITAPH ON BENJAMIN TREMLYN,
      • AN OLD SOLDIER, BURIED IN BREMHILL CHURCHYARD AT THE AGE OF 92.
    • AN OLD SOLDIER, BURIED IN BREMHILL CHURCHYARD AT THE AGE OF 92.
    • EPITAPH ON ROBERT SOUTHEY.
    • SONNET.
      • WRITTEN IN A COPY OF FALCONER'S "SHIPWRECK."
    • WRITTEN IN A COPY OF FALCONER'S "SHIPWRECK."
    • ON FIRST HEARING CARADORI SING.
    • SALISBURY CATHEDRAL.
    • LOCKSWELL.
    • ON MOZART.
    • EPITAPH ON JOHN HARDING,
      • IN THE CHURCHYARD OF BREMHILL.
    • IN THE CHURCHYARD OF BREMHILL.
    • ON THE DEATH OF WILLIAM LINLEY, ESQ.,
      • THE COMPOSER OF THE MUSIC OF "THE DUENNA," ETC.
    • THE COMPOSER OF THE MUSIC OF "THE DUENNA," ETC.
    • INSCRIBED TO THE MARCHIONESS OF LANSDOWNE
    • HYMN FOR MUSIC,
      • AFTER THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.
    • AFTER THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.
    • INSCRIPTIONS IN THE GARDENS OF BREMHILL RECTORY.
      • ON A TREE COMMANDING A VIEW OF THE WHOLE EXTENT OF BOWOOD.
      • ON A RURAL SEAT.
      • ON THE FRONT OF A HERMITAGE, NEAR A DIAL.
      • QUIETI ET MUSIS.
    • ON A TREE COMMANDING A VIEW OF THE WHOLE EXTENT OF BOWOOD.
    • ON A RURAL SEAT.
    • ON THE FRONT OF A HERMITAGE, NEAR A DIAL.
    • QUIETI ET MUSIS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
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