The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume IV (of 8)
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume IV (of 8)

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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume IV (of 8), by William Wordsworth, Edited by William Knight
    • E-text prepared by Jonathan Ingram, Christine Aldridge, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team (http://www.pgdp.net)
      • Transcriber's Note:
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    • THE POETICAL WORKS
      • OF
    • OF
  • WILLIAM WORDSWORTH
    • EDITED BY
      • WILLIAM KNIGHT
      • VOL. IV
    • WILLIAM KNIGHT
    • VOL. IV
    • London
      • MACMILLAN AND CO., Ltd.
        • NEW YORK: MACMILLAN & CO.
        • 1896
      • NEW YORK: MACMILLAN & CO.
      • 1896
    • MACMILLAN AND CO., Ltd.
      • NEW YORK: MACMILLAN & CO.
      • 1896
    • NEW YORK: MACMILLAN & CO.
    • 1896
    • CONTENTS
      • 1806
        • 1807
        • 1808
        • 1809
        • 1810
        • 1811
        • 1812
        • 1813
      • 1807
      • 1808
      • 1809
      • 1810
      • 1811
      • 1812
      • 1813
    • 1806
      • 1807
      • 1808
      • 1809
      • 1810
      • 1811
      • 1812
      • 1813
    • 1807
    • 1808
    • 1809
    • 1810
    • 1811
    • 1812
    • 1813
    • WORDSWORTH'S POETICAL WORKS
    • 1806
    • TO THE SPADE OF A FRIEND
      • (An Agriculturist)
    • (An Agriculturist)
    • CHARACTER OF THE HAPPY WARRIOR
    • THE HORN OF EGREMONT CASTLE
    • A COMPLAINT
    • STRAY PLEASURES
    • POWER OF MUSIC
    • STAR-GAZERS
    • "YES, IT WAS THE MOUNTAIN ECHO"
    • "NUNS FRET NOT AT THEIR CONVENT'S NARROW ROOM"
    • PERSONAL TALK
    • ADMONITION
    • "'BELOVED VALE!' I SAID, 'WHEN I SHALL CON'"
    • "HOW SWEET IT IS, WHEN MOTHER FANCY ROCKS"
    • "THOSE WORDS WERE UTTERED AS IN PENSIVE MOOD"
    • "WITH HOW SAD STEPS, O MOON, THOU CLIMB'ST THE SKY"
    • "THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US; LATE AND SOON"
    • "WITH SHIPS THE SEA WAS SPRINKLED FAR AND NIGH"
    • "WHERE LIES THE LAND TO WHICH YON SHIP MUST GO?"
    • TO SLEEP
    • TO SLEEP
    • TO SLEEP
    • TO THE MEMORY OF RAISLEY CALVERT
    • "METHOUGHT I SAW THE FOOTSTEPS OF A THRONE"
    • LINES
    • NOVEMBER, 1806
    • ADDRESS TO A CHILD
      • During a Boisterous Winter Evening
    • During a Boisterous Winter Evening
    • "BROOK! WHOSE SOCIETY THE POET SEEKS"
    • "THERE IS A LITTLE UNPRETENDING RILL"
    • 1807
    • TO LADY BEAUMONT
    • A PROPHECY. FEBRUARY, 1807
    • THOUGHT OF A BRITON ON THE SUBJUGATION OF SWITZERLAND
    • TO THOMAS CLARKSON, ON THE FINAL PASSING OF THE BILL FOR THE ABOLITION OF THE SLAVE TRADE, MARCH, 1807
    • THE MOTHER'S RETURN
    • GIPSIES
    • "O NIGHTINGALE! THOU SURELY ART"
    • "THOUGH NARROW BE THAT OLD MAN'S CARES, AND NEAR"
    • COMPOSED BY THE SIDE OF GRASMERE LAKE. 1807
    • IN THE GROUNDS OF COLEORTON, THE SEAT OF SIR GEORGE BEAUMONT, BART., LEICESTERSHIRE
    • IN A GARDEN OF THE SAME
    • WRITTEN AT THE REQUEST OF SIR GEORGE BEAUMONT, BART., AND IN HIS NAME, FOR AN URN, PLACED BY HIM AT THE TERMINATION OF A NEWLY-PLANTED AVENUE, IN THE SAME GROUNDS
    • FOR A SEAT IN THE GROVES OF COLEORTON
    • SONG AT THE FEAST OF BROUGHAM CASTLE,
    • 1808
    • THE WHITE DOE OF RYLSTONE;
      • Or, The Fate of the Nortons
    • Or, The Fate of the Nortons
    • THE FORCE OF PRAYER;[A]
      • Or, The Founding of Bolton Priory
        • A Tradition
      • A Tradition
    • Or, The Founding of Bolton Priory
      • A Tradition
    • A Tradition
    • COMPOSED WHILE THE AUTHOR WAS ENGAGED IN WRITING A TRACT, OCCASIONED BY THE CONVENTION OF CINTRA. 1808
    • COMPOSED AT THE SAME TIME AND ON THE SAME OCCASION
    • 1809
    • TYROLESE SONNETS
    • I
      • HOFFER
    • HOFFER
    • II
      • "ADVANCE—COME FORTH FROM THY TYROLEAN GROUND"
    • "ADVANCE—COME FORTH FROM THY TYROLEAN GROUND"
    • III
      • FEELINGS OF THE TYROLESE
    • FEELINGS OF THE TYROLESE
    • IV
      • "ALAS! WHAT BOOTS THE LONG LABORIOUS QUEST"
    • "ALAS! WHAT BOOTS THE LONG LABORIOUS QUEST"
    • V
      • ON THE FINAL SUBMISSION OF THE TYROLESE
    • ON THE FINAL SUBMISSION OF THE TYROLESE
    • VI
      • "THE MARTIAL COURAGE OF A DAY IS VAIN"
      • 1
      • Andreas Hofer.
      • 2[B]
      • 3
      • Gefühle der Tiroler.
      • 4
      • 5
      • Auf die schließliche Unterwerfung der Tiroler.
    • "THE MARTIAL COURAGE OF A DAY IS VAIN"
    • 1
    • Andreas Hofer.
    • 2[B]
    • 3
    • Gefühle der Tiroler.
    • 4
    • 5
    • Auf die schließliche Unterwerfung der Tiroler.
    • "AND IS IT AMONG RUDE UNTUTORED DALES"
    • "O'ER THE WIDE EARTH, ON MOUNTAIN AND ON PLAIN"
    • "HAIL, ZARAGOZA! IF WITH UNWET EYE"
    • "SAY, WHAT IS HONOUR?—'TIS THE FINEST SENSE"
    • "BRAVE SCHILL! BY DEATH DELIVERED, TAKE THY FLIGHT"
    • "CALL NOT THE ROYAL SWEDE UNFORTUNATE"
    • "LOOK NOW ON THAT ADVENTURER WHO HATH PAID"
    • "IS THERE A POWER THAT CAN SUSTAIN AND CHEER"
    • EPITAPHS TRANSLATED FROM CHIABRERA
      • I
      • "WEEP NOT, BELOVÈD FRIENDS! NOR LET THE AIR"
      • II
      • "PERHAPS SOME NEEDFUL SERVICE OF THE STATE"
      • III
      • "O THOU WHO MOVEST ONWARD WITH A MIND"
      • IV
      • "THERE NEVER BREATHED A MAN WHO, WHEN HIS LIFE"
      • V
      • "TRUE IS IT THAT AMBROSIO SALINERO"
      • VI
      • "DESTINED TO WAR FROM VERY INFANCY"
      • VII
      • "O FLOWER OF ALL THAT SPRINGS FROM GENTLE BLOOD"
      • VIII
      • "NOT WITHOUT HEAVY GRIEF OF HEART DID HE"
      • IX
      • "PAUSE, COURTEOUS SPIRIT!—BALBI SUPPLICATES"[A]
    • I
    • "WEEP NOT, BELOVÈD FRIENDS! NOR LET THE AIR"
    • II
    • "PERHAPS SOME NEEDFUL SERVICE OF THE STATE"
    • III
    • "O THOU WHO MOVEST ONWARD WITH A MIND"
    • IV
    • "THERE NEVER BREATHED A MAN WHO, WHEN HIS LIFE"
    • V
    • "TRUE IS IT THAT AMBROSIO SALINERO"
    • VI
    • "DESTINED TO WAR FROM VERY INFANCY"
    • VII
    • "O FLOWER OF ALL THAT SPRINGS FROM GENTLE BLOOD"
    • VIII
    • "NOT WITHOUT HEAVY GRIEF OF HEART DID HE"
    • IX
    • "PAUSE, COURTEOUS SPIRIT!—BALBI SUPPLICATES"[A]
    • 1810
    • "AH! WHERE IS PALAFOX? NOR TONGUE NOR PEN"
    • "IN DUE OBSERVANCE OF AN ANCIENT RITE"
    • FEELINGS OF A NOBLE BISCAYAN AT ONE OF THOSE FUNERALS, 1810
    • ON A CELEBRATED EVENT IN ANCIENT HISTORY
    • UPON THE SAME EVENT
    • THE OAK OF GUERNICA
    • INDIGNATION OF A HIGH-MINDED SPANIARD, 1810
    • "AVAUNT ALL SPECIOUS PLIANCY OF MIND"
    • "O'ERWEENING STATESMEN HAVE FULL LONG RELIED"
    • THE FRENCH AND THE SPANISH GUERILLAS
    • MATERNAL GRIEF
    • 1811
    • CHARACTERISTICS OF A CHILD THREE YEARS OLD
    • SPANISH GUERILLAS, 1811
    • "THE POWER OF ARMIES IS A VISIBLE THING"
    • "HERE PAUSE: THE POET CLAIMS AT LEAST THIS PRAISE"
    • EPISTLE
      • TO SIR GEORGE HOWLAND BEAUMONT, BART.
        • FROM THE SOUTH-WEST COAST OF CUMBERLAND.—1811
      • FROM THE SOUTH-WEST COAST OF CUMBERLAND.—1811
    • TO SIR GEORGE HOWLAND BEAUMONT, BART.
      • FROM THE SOUTH-WEST COAST OF CUMBERLAND.—1811
    • FROM THE SOUTH-WEST COAST OF CUMBERLAND.—1811
    • UPON PERUSING THE FOREGOING EPISTLE THIRTY YEARS AFTER ITS COMPOSITION
    • UPON THE SIGHT OF A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE,
      • Painted by Sir G. H. Beaumont, Bart.
    • Painted by Sir G. H. Beaumont, Bart.
    • TO THE POET, JOHN DYER
    • 1812
    • SONG FOR THE SPINNING WHEEL
      • FOUNDED UPON A BELIEF PREVALENT AMONG THE PASTORAL VALES OF WESTMORELAND
    • FOUNDED UPON A BELIEF PREVALENT AMONG THE PASTORAL VALES OF WESTMORELAND
    • COMPOSED ON THE EVE OF THE MARRIAGE OF A FRIEND IN THE VALE OF GRASMERE, 1812
    • WATER-FOWL[A]
    • 1813
    • VIEW FROM THE TOP OF BLACK COMB
    • WRITTEN WITH A SLATE PENCIL ON A STONE, ON THE SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN OF BLACK COMB
    • NOVEMBER, 1813
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