The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Vol. VII
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Vol. VII

By William Wordsworth
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  • THE POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH
  • CONTENTS
  • WORDSWORTH'S POETICAL WORKS 1821-2
    • ECCLESIASTICAL SONNETS[1] IN SERIES
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    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART I FROM THE INTRODUCTION OF CHRISTIANITY INTO BRITAIN, TO THE CONSUMMATION OF THE PAPAL DOMINION
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    • I INTRODUCTION
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    • II CONJECTURES
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    • III TREPIDATION OF THE DRUIDS
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    • IV DRUIDICAL EXCOMMUNICATION
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    • V UNCERTAINTY
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    • VI PERSECUTION
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    • VII RECOVERY
    • VIII TEMPTATIONS FROM ROMAN REFINEMENTS
    • IX DISSENSIONS
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    • X STRUGGLE OF THE BRITONS AGAINST THE BARBARIANS
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    • XI SAXON CONQUEST
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    • XII MONASTERY OF OLD BANGOR[39]
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    • XIII CASUAL INCITEMENT
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    • XIV GLAD TIDINGS
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    • XV PAULINUS
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    • XVI PERSUASION
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    • XVII CONVERSION[53]
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    • XVIII APOLOGY
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    • XIX PRIMITIVE SAXON CLERGY[57]
    • XX OTHER INFLUENCES
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    • XXI[60] SECLUSION
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    • XXII CONTINUED
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    • XXIII REPROOF
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    • XXIV SAXON MONASTERIES, AND LIGHTS AND SHADES OF THE RELIGION
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    • XXV MISSIONS AND TRAVELS
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    • XXVI ALFRED
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    • XXVII HIS DESCENDANTS
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    • XXVIII INFLUENCE ABUSED
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    • XXIX DANISH CONQUESTS
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    • XXX CANUTE
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    • XXXI THE NORMAN CONQUEST
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    • XXXII "COLDLY WE SPAKE. THE SAXONS, OVERPOWERED"
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    • XXXIII THE COUNCIL OF CLERMONT
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    • XXXIV CRUSADES
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    • XXXV RICHARD I
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    • XXXVI AN INTERDICT[107]
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    • XXXVII PAPAL ABUSES
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    • XXXVIII SCENE IN VENICE
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    • XXXIX PAPAL DOMINION
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    • PART II TO THE CLOSE OF THE TROUBLES IN THE REIGN OF CHARLES I.
    • I "HOW SOON—ALAS! DID MAN, CREATED PURE"
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    • II "FROM FALSE ASSUMPTION ROSE, AND FONDLY HAIL'D"
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    • III CISTERTIAN MONASTERY[120]
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    • IV[124] "DEPLORABLE HIS LOT WHO TILLS THE GROUND"
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    • V MONKS AND SCHOOLMEN
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    • VI OTHER BENEFITS
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    • VII CONTINUED
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    • VIII CRUSADERS
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    • IX "AS FAITH THUS SANCTIFIED THE WARRIOR'S CREST"
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    • X "WHERE LONG AND DEEPLY HATH BEEN FIXED THE ROOT"
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    • XI TRANSUBSTANTIATION
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    • XII THE VAUDOIS
    • XIII "PRAISED BE THE RIVERS, FROM THEIR MOUNTAIN SPRINGS"
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    • XIV WALDENSES[147]
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    • XV ARCHBISHOP CHICHELY TO HENRY V.
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    • XVI WARS OF YORK AND LANCASTER
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    • XVII WICLIFFE
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    • XVIII CORRUPTIONS OF THE HIGHER CLERGY
    • XIX ABUSE OF MONASTIC POWER
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    • XX MONASTIC VOLUPTUOUSNESS
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    • XXI DISSOLUTION OF THE MONASTERIES
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    • XXII THE SAME SUBJECT
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    • XXIII CONTINUED
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    • XXIV SAINTS
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    • XXV THE VIRGIN[175]
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    • XXVI APOLOGY
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    • XXVII IMAGINATIVE REGRETS
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    • XXVIII REFLECTIONS
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    • XXIX TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE
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    • XXX THE POINT AT ISSUE
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    • XXXI EDWARD VI
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    • XXXII EDWARD SIGNING THE WARRANT FOR THE EXECUTION OF JOAN OF KENT
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    • XXXIII REVIVAL OF POPERY
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    • XXXIV LATIMER AND RIDLEY
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    • XXXV CRANMER[204]
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    • XXXVI GENERAL VIEW OF THE TROUBLES OF THE REFORMATION
    • XXXVII ENGLISH REFORMERS IN EXILE[210]
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    • XXXVIII ELIZABETH
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    • XXXIX EMINENT REFORMERS
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    • XL THE SAME
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    • XLI DISTRACTIONS
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    • XLII GUNPOWDER PLOT[227]
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    • XLIII ILLUSTRATION
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    • XLIV TROUBLES OF CHARLES THE FIRST
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    • XLV LAUD[233]
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    • XLVI AFFLICTIONS OF ENGLAND
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    • PART III FROM THE RESTORATION TO THE PRESENT TIMES
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    • I "I SAW THE FIGURE OF A LOVELY MAID"
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    • II PATRIOTIC SYMPATHIES
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    • III CHARLES THE SECOND
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    • IV LATITUDINARIANISM
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    • V WALTON'S BOOK OF LIVES[258]
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    • VI CLERICAL INTEGRITY
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    • VII PERSECUTION OF THE SCOTTISH COVENANTERS
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    • VIII ACQUITTAL OF THE BISHOPS[265]
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    • IX WILLIAM THE THIRD
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    • X OBLIGATIONS OF CIVIL TO RELIGIOUS LIBERTY
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    • XI SACHEVEREL[274]
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    • XII[276] "DOWN A SWIFT STREAM, THUS FAR, A BOLD DESIGN"
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    • XIII ASPECTS OF CHRISTIANITY IN AMERICA[279] I. The Pilgrim Fathers[280]
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    • XIV II. Continued
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    • XV III. Concluded.—American Episcopacy
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    • XVI "BISHOPS AND PRIESTS, BLESSÈD ARE YE, IF DEEP"
    • XVII PLACES OF WORSHIP
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    • XVIII PASTORAL CHARACTER
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    • XIX THE LITURGY
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    • XX BAPTISM
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    • XXI SPONSORS
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    • XXII CATECHISING
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    • XXIII CONFIRMATION
    • XXIV CONFIRMATION CONTINUED
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    • XXV SACRAMENT
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    • XXVI THE MARRIAGE CEREMONY[306]
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    • XXVII THANKSGIVING AFTER CHILDBIRTH
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    • XXVIII VISITATION OF THE SICK
    • XXIX THE COMMINATION SERVICE
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    • XXX FORMS OF PRAYER AT SEA
    • XXXI FUNERAL SERVICE
    • XXXII RURAL CEREMONY[310]
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    • XXXIII REGRETS
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    • XXXIV MUTABILITY
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    • XXXV OLD ABBEYS
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    • XXXVI EMIGRANT FRENCH CLERGY
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    • XXXVII CONGRATULATION
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    • XXXVIII NEW CHURCHES
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    • XXXIX CHURCH TO BE ERECTED[326]
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    • XL CONTINUED
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    • XLI NEW CHURCH-YARD
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    • XLII CATHEDRALS, ETC.
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    • XLIII INSIDE OF KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL, CAMBRIDGE
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    • XLIV THE SAME
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    • XLV CONTINUED
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    • XLVI EJACULATION
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    • XLVII CONCLUSION
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    • TO THE LADY FLEMING,[340] On seeing the Foundation preparing for the Erection of Rydal Chapel,[341] Westmoreland
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    • ON THE SAME OCCASION
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  • 1823
    • MEMORY
    • "NOT LOVE, NOT WAR, NOR THE TUMULTUOUS SWELL"
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    • "A VOLANT TRIBE OF BARDS ON EARTH ARE FOUND"
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  • 1824
    • TO ——
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    • TO ——
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    • "HOW RICH THAT FOREHEAD'S CALM EXPANSE!"
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    • TO ——
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    • A FLOWER GARDEN, At Coleorton Hall, Leicestershire[389]
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    • TO THE LADY E. B. AND THE HON. MISS P.
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    • TO THE TORRENT AT THE DEVIL'S BRIDGE,[398] NORTH WALES, 1824
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    • COMPOSED AMONG THE RUINS OF A CASTLE IN NORTH WALES
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    • ELEGIAC STANZAS
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    • CENOTAPH
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  • 1825
    • THE PILLAR OF TRAJAN
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    • THE CONTRAST The Parrot and the Wren[417]
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    • TO A SKY-LARK
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  • 1826
    • "ERE WITH COLD BEADS OF MIDNIGHT DEW"
    • ODE Composed on May Morning
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    • TO MAY[425]
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    • "ONCE I COULD HAIL (HOWE'ER SERENE THE SKY)"
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    • "THE MASSY WAYS, CARRIED ACROSS THESE HEIGHTS"
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    • FAREWELL LINES[435]
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  • 1827
    • ON SEEING A NEEDLECASE IN THE FORM OF A HARP
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    • MISCELLANEOUS SONNETS
    • DEDICATION
    • TO ——[444]
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    • "HER ONLY PILOT THE SOFT BREEZE, THE BOAT"
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    • "WHY, MINSTREL, THESE UNTUNEFUL MURMURINGS"
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    • TO S. H.[452]
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    • DECAY OF PIETY
    • "SCORN NOT THE SONNET; CRITIC, YOU HAVE FROWNED"
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    • "FAIR PRIME OF LIFE! WERE IT ENOUGH TO GILD"
    • RETIREMENT
    • "THERE IS A PLEASURE IN POETIC PAINS"
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    • RECOLLECTION OF THE PORTRAIT OF KING HENRY EIGHTH, TRINITY LODGE, CAMBRIDGE[472]
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    • "WHEN PHILOCTETES IN THE LEMNIAN ISLE"
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    • "WHILE ANNA'S PEERS AND EARLY PLAYMATES TREAD"
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    • TO THE CUCKOO
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    • THE INFANT M—— M——
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    • TO ROTHA Q——
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    • TO ——, IN HER SEVENTIETH YEAR[491]
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    • "IN MY MIND'S EYE A TEMPLE, LIKE A CLOUD"
    • "GO BACK TO ANTIQUE AGES, IF THINE EYES"
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    • "IF THOU INDEED DERIVE THY LIGHT FROM HEAVEN"
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    • IN THE WOODS OF RYDAL[500]
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    • CONCLUSION TO ——[507]
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  • 1828
    • A MORNING EXERCISE
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    • THE TRIAD[517]
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    • THE WISHING-GATE
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    • THE WISHING-GATE DESTROYED
    • A JEWISH FAMILY
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    • INCIDENT AT BRUGÈS
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    • A GRAVE-STONE UPON THE FLOOR IN THE CLOISTERS OF WORCESTER CATHEDRAL
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    • THE GLEANER
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    • ON[571] THE POWER OF SOUND
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  • 1829
    • GOLD AND SILVER FISHES IN A VASE
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    • LIBERTY (SEQUEL TO THE ABOVE)[600]
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    • HUMANITY[618]
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    • "THIS LAWN, A CARPET ALL ALIVE"
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    • THOUGHTS[640] ON THE SEASONS
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    • A TRADITION OF OKER HILL IN DARLEY DALE, DERBYSHIRE[642]
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    • FILIAL PIETY
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  • 1830
    • THE ARMENIAN LADY'S LOVE
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    • THE RUSSIAN FUGITIVE[650]
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    • THE EGYPTIAN MAID or, the Romance of the Water Lily
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    • THE POET AND THE CAGED TURTLEDOVE[672]
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    • PRESENTIMENTS
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    • "IN THESE FAIR VALES HATH MANY A TREE"
    • ELEGIAC MUSINGS
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    • "CHATSWORTH! THY STATELY MANSION, AND THE PRIDE"
  • 1831
    • THE PRIMROSE OF THE ROCK
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    • TO B. R. HAYDON, ON SEEING HIS PICTURE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE ON THE ISLAND OF ST. HELENA
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    • YARROW REVISITED, AND OTHER POEMS
    • I "THE GALLANT YOUTH, WHO MAY HAVE GAINED"
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    • II ON THE DEPARTURE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT FROM ABBOTSFORD, FOR NAPLES
    • III A PLACE OF BURIAL IN THE SOUTH OF SCOTLAND
    • IV ON THE SIGHT OF A MANSE IN THE SOUTH OF SCOTLAND
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    • V COMPOSED IN ROSLIN CHAPEL, DURING A STORM
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    • VI THE TROSACHS
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    • VII "THE PIBROCH'S NOTE, DISCOUNTENANCED OR MUTE"
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    • VIII COMPOSED AFTER READING A NEWSPAPER OF THE DAY[702]
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    • IX COMPOSED IN THE GLEN OF LOCH ETIVE
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    • X EAGLES
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    • XI IN THE SOUND OF MULL
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    • XII SUGGESTED AT TYNDRUM IN A STORM[710]
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    • XIII THE EARL OF BREADALBANE'S RUINED MANSION, AND FAMILY BURIAL-PLACE, NEAR KILLIN
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    • XIV "REST AND BE THANKFUL!"
    • XV HIGHLAND HUT
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    • XVI THE BROWNIE
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    • XVII TO THE PLANET VENUS, AN EVENING STAR
    • XVIII BOTHWELL CASTLE
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    • XIX PICTURE OF DANIEL IN THE LIONS' DEN, AT HAMILTON PALACE
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    • XX THE AVON
    • XXI SUGGESTED BY A VIEW FROM AN EMINENCE IN INGLEWOOD FOREST
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    • XXII HART'S-HORN TREE, NEAR PENRITH[725]
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    • XXIII FANCY AND TRADITION
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    • XXIV COUNTESS' PILLAR[734]
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    • XXV ROMAN ANTIQUITIES
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    • XXVI APOLOGY[736] FOR THE FOREGOING POEMS
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    • XXVII THE HIGHLAND BROACH
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  • 1832
    • DEVOTIONAL INCITEMENTS
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    • "CALM IS THE FRAGRANT AIR, AND LOTH TO LOSE"
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    • TO THE AUTHOR'S PORTRAIT
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    • RURAL ILLUSIONS
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    • LOVING AND LIKING
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    • UPON THE LATE GENERAL FAST[763]
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  • 1833
    • A WREN'S NEST
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    • TO —— UPON THE BIRTH OF HER FIRST-BORN CHILD, MARCH, 1833
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    • THE WARNING A SEQUEL TO THE FOREGOING
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    • "IF THIS GREAT WORLD OF JOY AND PAIN"
    • ON A HIGH PART OF THE COAST OF CUMBERLAND[785]
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    • (BY THE SEA-SIDE)
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    • COMPOSED BY THE SEA-SHORE
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    • POEMS,[791] COMPOSED OR SUGGESTED DURING A TOUR, IN THE SUMMER OF 1833
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    • I ADIEU, RYDALIAN LAURELS! THAT HAVE GROWN
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    • II "WHY SHOULD THE ENTHUSIAST, JOURNEYING THROUGH THIS ISLE"
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    • III "THEY CALLED THEE MERRY ENGLAND, IN OLD TIME"
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    • IV TO THE RIVER GRETA, NEAR KESWICK
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    • V TO THE RIVER DERWENT[800]
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    • VI IN SIGHT OF THE TOWN OF COCKERMOUTH
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    • VII ADDRESS FROM THE SPIRIT OF COCKERMOUTH CASTLE
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    • VIII NUN'S WELL, BRIGHAM
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    • IX TO A FRIEND[809]
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    • X MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS
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    • XI STANZAS SUGGESTED IN A STEAM-BOAT OFF SAINT BEES' HEADS, ON THE COAST OF CUMBERLAND[818]
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    • XII IN THE CHANNEL, BETWEEN THE COAST OF CUMBERLAND AND THE ISLE OF MAN
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    • XIII AT SEA OFF THE ISLE OF MAN
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    • XIV "DESIRE WE PAST ILLUSIONS TO RECAL"
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    • XV ON ENTERING DOUGLAS BAY, ISLE OF MAN
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    • XVI BY THE SEA-SHORE, ISLE OF MAN
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    • XVII ISLE OF MAN
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    • XVIII ISLE OF MAN[857]
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    • XIX BY A RETIRED MARINER[864]
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    • XX AT BALA-SALA, ISLE OF MAN
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    • XXI TYNWALD HILL
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    • XXII "DESPOND WHO WILL—I HEARD A VOICE EXCLAIM"
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    • XXIII IN THE FRITH OF CLYDE, AILSA CRAG[881] DURING AN ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, JULY 17
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    • XXIV ON THE FRITH OF CLYDE
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    • XXV ON REVISITING DUNOLLY CASTLE
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    • XXVI THE DUNOLLY EAGLE
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    • XXVII WRITTEN IN A BLANK LEAF OF MACPHERSON'S OSSIAN[892]
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    • XXVIII CAVE OF STAFFA[900]
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    • XXIX CAVE OF STAFFA (AFTER THE CROWD HAD DEPARTED)[903]
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    • XXX CAVE OF STAFFA
    • XXXI FLOWERS ON THE TOP OF THE PILLARS AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE CAVE
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    • XXXII IONA
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    • XXXIII IONA (UPON LANDING)
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    • XXXIV THE BLACK STONES OF IONA
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    • XXXV "HOMEWARD WE TURN. ISLE OF COLUMBA'S CELL"
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    • XXXVI GREENOCK
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    • XXXVII "THERE!" SAID A STRIPLING, POINTING WITH MEET PRIDE
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    • XXXVIII THE RIVER EDEN, CUMBERLAND
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    • XXXIX MONUMENT OF MRS. HOWARD (by Nollekens) IN WETHERAL CHURCH, NEAR COREY, ON THE BANKS OF THE EDEN
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    • XL SUGGESTED BY THE FOREGOING[942]
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    • XLI NUNNERY[946]
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    • XLII STEAMBOATS, VIADUCTS, AND RAILWAYS
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    • XLIII THE MONUMENT COMMONLY CALLED LONG MEG AND HER DAUGHTERS, NEAR THE RIVER EDEN[956]
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    • XLIV LOWTHER[961]
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    • XLV TO THE EARL OF LONSDALE
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    • XLVI THE SOMNAMBULIST[969]
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    • XLVII TO CORDELIA M——[987]
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    • XLVIII "MOST SWEET IT IS WITH UNUPLIFTED EYES"[990]
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  • 1834
    • "NOT IN THE LUCID INTERVALS OF LIFE"
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    • "SOFT AS A CLOUD IS YON BLUE RIDGE—THE MERE"
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    • "THE LEAVES THAT RUSTLED ON THIS OAK-CROWNED HILL"
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    • THE LABOURER'S NOON-DAY HYMN
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    • THE REDBREAST
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