Vignettes in Verse
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Vignettes in Verse

By Matilda Betham
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Table of Contents
  • Vignettes:
    • IN VERSE.
  • Vignettes.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
      • THE ARTISAN.
    • THE ARTISAN.
    • IV.
    • V.
      • VALENTINE
        • FROM A YOUNG LADY TO HER MOTHER.
        • It is a custom, in some parts of Norfolk and Suffolk, to send little presents with verses on Valentine's Day, to relatives and friends.
      • FROM A YOUNG LADY TO HER MOTHER.
      • It is a custom, in some parts of Norfolk and Suffolk, to send little presents with verses on Valentine's Day, to relatives and friends.
    • VALENTINE
      • FROM A YOUNG LADY TO HER MOTHER.
      • It is a custom, in some parts of Norfolk and Suffolk, to send little presents with verses on Valentine's Day, to relatives and friends.
    • FROM A YOUNG LADY TO HER MOTHER.
    • It is a custom, in some parts of Norfolk and Suffolk, to send little presents with verses on Valentine's Day, to relatives and friends.
    • VI.
      • THE LOVER'S APOLOGY.
    • THE LOVER'S APOLOGY.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
      • The Spanish Lady's Farewell, 1809.
    • The Spanish Lady's Farewell, 1809.
    • IX.
      • SONNET.
    • SONNET.
    • X.
      • ALL' AMICA.
    • ALL' AMICA.
    • XI.
      • TO THE SAME.
    • TO THE SAME.
    • XII.
      • To the late Lady Rouse Boughton.
    • To the late Lady Rouse Boughton.
    • XIII.
    • XIV.
      • TO MR. AND MRS. EVERARD,
        • On their only Son's being in the Navy, 1811.
      • On their only Son's being in the Navy, 1811.
    • TO MR. AND MRS. EVERARD,
      • On their only Son's being in the Navy, 1811.
    • On their only Son's being in the Navy, 1811.
    • XV.
      • TO THE HON. LADY J——,
        • With the Picture of her Grand-daughter, the present Lady Petre.
      • With the Picture of her Grand-daughter, the present Lady Petre.
    • TO THE HON. LADY J——,
      • With the Picture of her Grand-daughter, the present Lady Petre.
    • With the Picture of her Grand-daughter, the present Lady Petre.
    • XVI.
      • To MRS. A.
    • To MRS. A.
    • XVII.
      • LINES
      • Sent to a Brother on his leaving England.
      • May 2, 1816.
      • FANCIFUL BOUQUET.
    • LINES
    • Sent to a Brother on his leaving England.
    • May 2, 1816.
    • FANCIFUL BOUQUET.
    • XVIII.
      • Written jointly with a particular Friend, after a conversation similar to the subject, with the Damon of the Story.
    • Written jointly with a particular Friend, after a conversation similar to the subject, with the Damon of the Story.
    • XIX.
      • ABSENCE.
        • Written in Derbyshire, by the same Friend.
      • Written in Derbyshire, by the same Friend.
    • ABSENCE.
      • Written in Derbyshire, by the same Friend.
    • Written in Derbyshire, by the same Friend.
    • XX.
      • On reading in Savary's Travels the death of Ali Bey, who, it is there represented, in the midst of enlightened and benevolent efforts to benefit his country, was repeatedly betrayed, and at length taken captive by his brother-in-law, whom he had advanced and loved, and who, till the very last, he could not believe to be his enemy.
    • On reading in Savary's Travels the death of Ali Bey, who, it is there represented, in the midst of enlightened and benevolent efforts to benefit his country, was repeatedly betrayed, and at length taken captive by his brother-in-law, whom he had advanced and loved, and who, till the very last, he could not believe to be his enemy.
    • XXI.
      • LINES.
        • Written for a Young Gentleman to speak at the Audit at St. Saviour's School, Southwark, after the Battle of Trafalgar.
      • Written for a Young Gentleman to speak at the Audit at St. Saviour's School, Southwark, after the Battle of Trafalgar.
    • LINES.
      • Written for a Young Gentleman to speak at the Audit at St. Saviour's School, Southwark, after the Battle of Trafalgar.
    • Written for a Young Gentleman to speak at the Audit at St. Saviour's School, Southwark, after the Battle of Trafalgar.
    • XXII.
      • TO THE HETMAN, PLATOFF.
    • TO THE HETMAN, PLATOFF.
    • XXIII.
      • On the Death of Master Frederic Thomson.
    • On the Death of Master Frederic Thomson.
    • XXIV.
      • On the Death of Herbert Southey: addressed to his Father.
    • On the Death of Herbert Southey: addressed to his Father.
    • XXV.
    • XXVI.
      • ELEGY ON EDWARD BETHAM,
        • Lost in the Duchess of Gordon East Indiaman, off the Cape of Good Hope.
      • Lost in the Duchess of Gordon East Indiaman, off the Cape of Good Hope.
    • ELEGY ON EDWARD BETHAM,
      • Lost in the Duchess of Gordon East Indiaman, off the Cape of Good Hope.
    • Lost in the Duchess of Gordon East Indiaman, off the Cape of Good Hope.
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