The Golden Treasury Selected from the Best Songs and Lyrical Poems in the English Language and arranged with Notes
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The Golden Treasury Selected from the Best Songs and Lyrical Poems in the English Language and arranged with Notes

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  • THE GOLDEN TREASURY
  • SELECTED FROM THE BEST SONGS AND LYRICAL POEMS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ARRANGED WITH NOTES
    • BY
  • FRANCIS T. PALGRAVE
    • REVISED AND ENLARGED
    • London
  • MACMILLAN AND CO., Limited
    • NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
    • 1902
    • TO
  • ALFRED TENNYSON
    • POET LAUREATE
  • PREFACE
  • Contents
  • The Golden Treasury
  • Book First
  • I
  • SPRING
  • II
  • THE FAIRY LIFE
    • 1
  • III
    • 2
  • IV
  • SUMMONS TO LOVE
  • V
  • TIME AND LOVE
    • 1
  • VI
    • 2
  • VII
  • THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD TO HIS LOVE
  • VIII
  • OMNIA VINCIT
  • IX
  • A MADRIGAL
  • X
  • XI
  • XII
  • PRESENT IN ABSENCE
  • XIII
  • VIA AMORIS
  • XIV
  • ABSENCE
  • XV
  • XVI
  • A CONSOLATION
  • XVII
  • THE UNCHANGEABLE
  • XVIII
  • XIX
  • ROSALINE
  • XX
  • COLIN
  • XXI
  • A PICTURE
  • XXII
  • A SONG FOR MUSIC
  • XXIII
  • TO HIS LOVE
  • XXIV
  • TO HIS LOVE
  • XXV
  • BASIA
  • XXVI
  • ADVICE TO A GIRL
  • XXVII
  • LOVE'S PERJURIES
  • XXVIII
  • A SUPPLICATION
  • XXIX
  • TO AURORA
  • XXX
  • IN LACRIMAS
  • XXXI
  • TRUE LOVE
  • XXXII
  • A DITTY
  • XXXIII
  • LOVE'S INSIGHT
  • XXXIV
  • LOVE'S OMNIPRESENCE
  • XXXV
  • CARPE DIEM
  • XXXVI
  • AN HONEST AUTOLYCUS
  • XXXVII
  • WINTER
  • XXXVIII
  • XXXIX
  • MEMORY
  • XL
  • SLEEP
  • XLI
  • REVOLUTIONS
  • XLII
  • XLIII
  • THE LIFE WITHOUT PASSION
  • XLIV
  • THE LOVER'S APPEAL
  • XLV
  • THE NIGHTINGALE
  • XLVI
  • XLVII
  • XLVIII
  • FRUSTRA
  • XLIX
  • LOVE'S FAREWELL
  • L
  • IN IMAGINE PERTRANSIT HOMO
  • LI
  • BLIND LOVE
  • LII
  • LIII
  • THE UNFAITHFUL SHEPHERDESS
  • LIV
  • ADVICE TO A LOVER
  • LV
  • A RENUNCIATION
  • LVI
  • LVII
  • A SWEET LULLABY
  • LVIII
  • LIX
  • O CRUDELIS AMOR
  • LX
  • SEPHESTIA'S SONG TO HER CHILD
  • LXI
  • A LAMENT
  • LXII
  • DIRGE OF LOVE
  • LXIII
  • TO HIS LUTE
  • LXIV
  • FIDELE
  • LXV
  • A SEA DIRGE
  • LXVI
  • A LAND DIRGE
  • LXVII
  • POST MORTEM
  • LXVIII
  • THE TRIUMPH OF DEATH
  • LXIX
  • YOUNG LOVE
  • LXX
  • A DILEMMA
  • LXXI
  • ROSALYND'S MADRIGAL
  • LXXII
  • CUPID AND CAMPASPE
  • LXXIII
  • LXXIV
  • PROTHALAMION
  • LXXV
  • THE HAPPY HEART
  • LXXVI
  • SIC TRANSIT
  • LXXVII
  • LXXVIII
  • SOUL AND BODY
  • LXXIX
  • LXXX
  • THE LESSONS OF NATURE
  • LXXXI
  • LXXXII
  • THE WORLD'S WAY
  • LXXXIII
  • A WISH
  • LXXXIV
  • SAINT JOHN BAPTIST
  • The Golden Treasury
  • Book Second
  • LXXXV
  • ODE ON THE MORNING OF CHRIST'S NATIVITY
  • THE HYMN
  • LXXXVI
  • SONG FOR ST. CECILIA'S DAY, 1687
  • LXXXVII
  • ON THE LATE MASSACRE IN PIEDMONT
  • LXXXVIII
  • HORATIAN ODE UPON CROMWELL'S RETURN FROM IRELAND
  • LXXXIX
  • LYCIDAS
  • XC
  • ON THE TOMBS IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY
  • XCI
  • THE LAST CONQUEROR
  • XCII
  • DEATH THE LEVELLER
  • XCIII
  • WHEN THE ASSAULT WAS INTENDED TO THE CITY
  • XCIV
  • ON HIS BLINDNESS
  • XCV
  • CHARACTER OF A HAPPY LIFE
  • XCVI
  • THE NOBLE NATURE
  • XCVII
  • THE GIFTS OF GOD
  • XCVIII
  • THE RETREAT
  • XCIX
  • TO MR. LAWRENCE
  • C
  • TO CYRIACK SKINNER
  • CI
  • A HYMN IN PRAISE OF NEPTUNE
  • CII
  • HYMN TO DIANA
  • CIII
  • WISHES FOR THE SUPPOSED MISTRESS
  • CIV
  • THE GREAT ADVENTURER
  • CV
  • THE PICTURE OF LITTLE T.C. IN A PROSPECT OF FLOWERS
  • CVI
  • CHILD AND MAIDEN
  • CVII
  • CONSTANCY
  • CVIII
  • COUNSEL TO GIRLS
  • CIX
  • TO LUCASTA, ON GOING TO THE WARS
  • CX
  • ELIZABETH OF BOHEMIA
  • CXI
  • TO THE LADY MARGARET LEY
  • CXII
  • THE TRUE BEAUTY
  • CXIII
  • TO DIANEME
  • CXIV
  • CXV
  • CXVI
  • TO CELIA
  • CXVII
  • CHERRY-RIPE
  • CXVIII
  • CORINNA'S MAYING
  • CXIX
  • THE POETRY OF DRESS
  • CXX
  • CXXI
  • CXXII
  • ON A GIRDLE
  • CXXIII
  • A MYSTICAL ECSTASY
  • CXXIV
  • TO ANTHEA WHO MAY COMMAND HIM ANY THING
  • CXXV
  • CXXVI
  • CXXVII
  • TO ALTHEA FROM PRISON
  • CXXVIII
  • TO LUCASTA, GOING BEYOND THE SEAS
  • CXXIX
  • ENCOURAGEMENTS TO A LOVER
  • CXXX
  • A SUPPLICATION
  • CXXXI
  • THE MANLY HEART
  • CXXXII
  • MELANCHOLY
  • CXXXIII
  • FORSAKEN
  • CXXXIV
  • CXXXV
  • FAIR HELEN
  • CXXXVI
  • THE TWA CORBIES
  • CXXXVII
  • ON THE DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM HERVEY
  • CXXXVIII
  • FRIENDS IN PARADISE
  • CXXXIX
  • TO BLOSSOMS
  • CXL
  • TO DAFFODILS
  • CXLI
  • THE GIRL DESCRIBES HER FAWN
  • CXLII
  • THOUGHTS IN A GARDEN
  • CXLIII
  • FORTUNATI NIMIUM
  • CXLIV
  • L'ALLEGRO
  • CXLV
  • IL PENSEROSO
  • CXLVI
  • SONG OF THE EMIGRANTS IN BERMUDA
  • CXLVII
  • AT A SOLEMN MUSIC
  • CXLVIII
  • NOX NOCTI INDICAT SCIENTIAM.
  • CXLIX
  • HYMN TO DARKNESS
  • CL
  • A VISION
  • CLI
  • ALEXANDER'S FEAST, OR, THE POWER OF MUSIC
  • The Golden Treasury
  • Book Third
  • CLII
  • ODE ON THE PLEASURE ARISING FROM VICISSITUDE
  • CLIII
  • ODE TO SIMPLICITY
  • CLIV
  • SOLITUDE
  • CLV
  • THE BLIND BOY
  • CLVI
  • ON A FAVOURITE CAT, DROWNED IN A TUB OF GOLD FISHES
  • CLVII
  • TO CHARLOTTE PULTENEY
  • CLVIII
  • RULE BRITANNIA
  • CLIX
  • THE BARD
  • CLX
  • ODE WRITTEN IN 1746
  • CLXI
  • LAMENT FOR CULLODEN
  • CLXII
  • LAMENT FOR FLODDEN
  • CLXIII
  • THE BRAES OF YARROW
  • CLXIV
  • WILLY DROWNED IN YARROW
  • CLXV
  • LOSS OF THE ROYAL GEORGE
  • CLXVI
  • BLACK-EYED SUSAN
  • CLXVII
  • SALLY IN OUR ALLEY
  • CLXVIII
  • A FAREWELL
  • CLXIX
  • CLXX
  • TO A YOUNG LADY
  • CLXXI
  • THE SLEEPING BEAUTY
  • CLXXII
  • CLXXIII
  • CLXXIV
  • LOVE'S SECRET
  • CLXXV
  • CLXXVI
  • CLXXVII
  • THE PROGRESS OF POESY
  • CLXXVIII
  • THE PASSIONS
  • CLXXIX
  • THE SONG OF DAVID
  • CLXXX
  • INFANT JOY
  • CLXXXI
  • A CRADLE SONG
  • CLXXXII
  • ODE ON THE SPRING
  • CLXXXIII
  • THE POPLAR FIELD
  • CLXXXIV
  • TO A MOUSE
  • CLXXXV
  • A WISH
  • CLXXXVI
  • ODE TO EVENING
  • CLXXXVII
  • ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD
  • CLXXXVIII
  • MARY MORISON
  • CLXXXIX
  • BONNIE LESLEY
  • CXC
  • CXCI
  • HIGHLAND MARY
  • CXCII
  • AULD ROBIN GRAY
  • CXCIII
  • DUNCAN GRAY
  • CXCIV
  • THE SAILOR'S WIFE
  • CXCV
  • ABSENCE
  • CXCVI
  • JEAN
  • CXCVII
  • JOHN ANDERSON
  • CXCVIII
  • THE LAND O' THE LEAL
  • CXCIX
  • ODE ON A DISTANT PROSPECT OF ETON COLLEGE
  • CC
  • THE SHRUBBERY
  • CCI
  • HYMN TO ADVERSITY
  • CCII
  • THE SOLITUDE OF ALEXANDER SELKIRK
  • CCIII
  • TO MARY UNWIN
  • CCIV
  • TO THE SAME
  • CCV
  • THE CASTAWAY
  • CCVI
  • TOMORROW
  • CCVII
  • The Golden Treasury
  • Book Fourth
  • CCVIII
  • TO THE MUSES
  • CCIX
  • ODE ON THE POETS
  • CCX
  • ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN'S HOMER
  • CCXI
  • LOVE
  • CCXII
  • ALL FOR LOVE
  • CCXIII
  • THE OUTLAW
  • CCXIV
  • CCXV
  • THE INDIAN SERENADE
  • CCXVI
  • CCXVII
  • CCXVIII
  • CCXIX
  • CCXX
  • CCXXI
  • CCXXII
  • THE EDUCATION OF NATURE
  • CCXXIII
  • CCXXIV
  • A LOST LOVE
  • CCXXV
  • LORD ULLIN'S DAUGHTER
  • CCXXVI
  • LUCY GRAY
  • CCXXVII
  • JOCK OF HAZELDEAN
  • CCXXVIII
  • LOVE'S PHILOSOPHY
  • CCXXIX
  • ECHOES
  • CCXXX
  • A SERENADE
  • CCXXXI
  • TO THE EVENING STAR
  • CCXXXII
  • TO THE NIGHT
  • CCXXXIII
  • TO A DISTANT FRIEND
  • CCXXXIV
  • CCXXXV
  • HAPPY INSENSIBILITY
  • CCXXXVI
  • CCXXXVII
  • LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI
  • CCXXXVIII
  • THE ROVER
  • CCXXXIX
  • THE FLIGHT OF LOVE
  • CCXL
  • THE MAID OF NEIDPATH
  • CCXLI
  • CCXLII
  • CCXLIII
  • THE TERROR OF DEATH
  • CCXLIV
  • DESIDERIA
  • CCXLV
  • CCXLVI
  • ELEGY ON THYRZA
  • CCXLVII
  • CCXLVIII
  • GATHERING SONG OF DONALD THE BLACK
  • CCXLIX
  • CCL
  • CCLI
  • BATTLE OF THE BALTIC
  • CCLII
  • ODE TO DUTY
  • CCLIII
  • ON THE CASTLE OF CHILLON
  • CCLIV
  • ENGLAND AND SWITZERLAND, 1802
  • CCLV
  • ON THE EXTINCTION OF THE VENETIAN REPUBLIC.
  • CCLVI
  • LONDON, 1802
  • CCLVII
  • THE SAME
  • CCLVIII
  • CCLIX
  • HOHENLINDEN
  • CCLX
  • AFTER BLENHEIM
  • CCLXI
  • PRO PATRIA MORI
  • CCLXII
  • THE BURIAL OF SIR JOHN MOORE AT CORUNNA
  • CCLXIII
  • SIMON LEE THE OLD HUNTSMAN
  • CCLXIV
  • THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES
  • CCLXV
  • THE JOURNEY ONWARDS
  • CCLXVI
  • YOUTH AND AGE
  • CCLXVII
  • A LESSON
  • CCLXVIII
  • PAST AND PRESENT
  • CCLXIX
  • THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS
  • CCLXX
  • STANZAS WRITTEN IN DEJECTION NEAR NAPLES
  • CCLXXI
  • THE SCHOLAR
  • CCLXXII
  • THE MERMAID TAVERN
  • CCLXXIII
  • THE PRIDE OF YOUTH
  • CCLXXIV
  • THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS
  • CCLXXV
  • ELEGY
  • CCLXXVI
  • HESTER
  • CCLXXVII
  • TO MARY
  • CCLXXVIII
  • CORONACH
  • CCLXXIX
  • THE DEATH BED
  • CCLXXX
  • AGNES
  • CCLXXXI
  • ROSABELLE
  • CCLXXXII
  • ON AN INFANT DYING AS SOON AS BORN
  • CCLXXXIII
  • IN MEMORIAM
  • CCLXXXIV
  • THE AFFLICTION OF MARGARET
  • CCLXXXV
  • HUNTING SONG
  • CCLXXXVI
  • TO THE SKYLARK
  • CCLXXXVII
  • TO A SKYLARK
  • CCLXXXVIII
  • THE GREEN LINNET
  • CCLXXXIX
  • TO THE CUCKOO
  • CCXC
  • ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE
  • CCXCI
  • UPON WESTMINSTER BRIDGE, SEPT. 3, 1802
  • CCXCII
  • CCXCIII
  • OZYMANDIAS OF EGYPT
  • CCXCIV
  • COMPOSED AT NEIDPATH CASTLE, THE PROPERTY OF LORD QUEENSBERRY, 1803
  • CCXCV
  • THE BEECH TREE'S PETITION
  • CCXCVI
  • ADMONITION TO A TRAVELLER
  • CCXCVII
  • TO THE HIGHLAND GIRL OF INVERSNEYDE
  • CCXCVIII
  • THE REAPER
  • CCXCIX
  • THE REVERIE OF POOR SUSAN
  • CCC
  • TO A LADY, WITH A GUITAR
  • CCCI
  • THE DAFFODILS
  • CCCII
  • TO THE DAISY
  • CCCIII
  • ODE TO AUTUMN
  • CCCIV
  • ODE TO WINTER
  • CCCV
  • YARROW UNVISITED
  • CCCVI
  • YARROW VISITED
  • CCCVII
  • THE INVITATION
  • CCCVIII
  • THE RECOLLECTION
  • CCCIX
  • CCCX
  • SONG TO THE EVENING STAR
  • CCCXI
  • DATUR HORA QUIETI
  • CCCXII
  • TO THE MOON
  • CCCXIII
  • TO SLEEP
  • CCCXIV
  • THE SOLDIER'S DREAM
  • CCCXV
  • A DREAM OF THE UNKNOWN
  • CCCXVI
  • KUBLA KHAN
  • CCCXVII
  • THE INNER VISION
  • CCCXVIII
  • THE REALM OF FANCY
  • CCCXIX
  • WRITTEN IN EARLY SPRING
  • CCCXX
  • RUTH: OR THE INFLUENCES OF NATURE
  • CCCXXI
  • WRITTEN AMONG THE EUGANEAN HILLS
  • CCCXXII
  • ODE TO THE WEST WIND
  • CCCXXIII
  • NATURE AND THE POET
  • CCCXXIV
  • THE POET'S DREAM
  • CCCXXV
  • GLEN-ALMAIN, THE NARROW GLEN
  • CCCXXVI
  • CCCXXVII
  • WITHIN KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL, CAMBRIDGE
  • CCCXXVIII
  • ODE ON A GRECIAN URN
  • CCCXXIX
  • YOUTH AND AGE
  • CCCXXX
  • THE TWO APRIL MORNINGS
  • CCCXXXI
  • THE FOUNTAIN
  • CCCXXXII
  • THE RIVER OF LIFE
  • CCCXXXIII
  • THE HUMAN SEASONS
  • CCCXXXIV
  • A DIRGE
  • CCCXXXV
  • THRENOS
  • CCCXXXVI
  • THE TROSACHS
  • CCCXXXVII
  • CCCXXXVIII
  • ODE ON INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY FROM RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD
  • CCCXXXIX
    • End of the Golden Treasury
  • NOTES
  • INDEX OF WRITERS
  • INDEX OF FIRST LINES
  • NOTES
    • (1861—1891)
    • Summary of Book First
    • Summary of Book Second.
    • Summary of Book Third
    • Summary of Book Fourth
  • INDEX OF WRITERS
  • INDEX OF FIRST LINES
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