Poetry
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Poetry

By Thomas Oldham
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  • POETRY.
  • BY THOMAS OLDHAM.
  • LONDON:
    • A. H. BAILEY AND CO., 83, CORNHILL; ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK, EDINBURGH; AND CUMMING AND CO., DUBLIN.
      • MDCCCXL.
      • H. MERRIDEW, PRINTER, COVENTRY.
    • MDCCCXL.
    • H. MERRIDEW, PRINTER, COVENTRY.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS
    • THE MUSE'S TRIUMPH.
    • ELEGY
    • ELEGY,
      • SYLVIA ON HER DEAD CANARY-BIRD.
    • SYLVIA ON HER DEAD CANARY-BIRD.
    • TO JULIA.
    • TO JULIA.
    • ON SEEING MADEMOISELLE ***
    • SONNET,
    • SONNET,
    • ECLOGUE.
    • ECLOGUE.
    • EPISTLE
    • TO DELILLE.
    • ODE
    • ODE
    • ODE
    • ODE
    • DESCRIPTION OF A CONFLAGRATION.
    • TO SPRING.
    • TO WINTER.
    • THE DESPERATION AND MADNESS OF GUILT.
    • ON HEARING THE NIGHTINGALE.
    • TO PAGANINI.
    • TO FANCY.
    • A SUMMER-EVENING.
    • PROLOGUE.
    • PROLOGUE.
    • EPILOGUE.
    • LINES
      • ON THE DEATH OF THE REV. MR. B.
    • ON THE DEATH OF THE REV. MR. B.
    • LINES TO AN INFIDEL,
    • LINES
    • LINES TO A PEDANTIC CRITIC.
    • LINES ON SHAKSPEARE.
    • LINES ON MILTON.
    • ANACREONTIC.
    • ANACREONTIC.
    • ANACREONTIC.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG TO BACCHUS.
    • ON SEEING THE APOLLO BELVIDERE.
    • INSCRIPTION FOR THE APOLLO BELVIDERE.
    • EPITAPH ON NELSON.
    • EPITAPH ON HOWARD.
    • EPITAPH ON VOLTAIRE.
    • EPITAPH ON NAPOLEON.
    • EPITAPH ON LORD BYRON.
    • EPITAPH ON SIR SAMUEL ROMILLY.
    • EPITAPH ON WILBERFORCE.
    • EPITAPH.
    • TRANSLATED FROM ANACREON.
    • EPIGRAMS.
    • H. MERRIDEW, PRINTER, COVENTRY.
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