The Humorous Poetry of the English Language; from Chaucer to Saxe
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The Humorous Poetry of the English Language; from Chaucer to Saxe

By James Parton
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  • THE HUMOROUS POETRY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FROM CHAUCER TO SAXE.
  • PREFACE.
    • INDEX.
      • MISCELLANEOUS.
        • ECCENTRIC AND NONDESCRIPT.
      • ECCENTRIC AND NONDESCRIPT.
    • MISCELLANEOUS.
      • ECCENTRIC AND NONDESCRIPT.
    • ECCENTRIC AND NONDESCRIPT.
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • MISCELLANEOUS.
      • TO CHLOE.
      • TO A FLY,
      • MAN MAY BE HAPPY. PETER PINDAR.
      • ADDRESS TO THE TOOTHACHE.
      • THE PIG.
      • SNUFF. ROBERT SOUTHEY.
        • A FAREWELL TO TOBACCO. CHARLES LAMB.
      • A FAREWELL TO TOBACCO. CHARLES LAMB.
      • WRITTEN AFTER SWIMMING FROM SESTOS TO ABYDOS.
    • TO CHLOE.
    • TO A FLY,
    • MAN MAY BE HAPPY. PETER PINDAR.
    • ADDRESS TO THE TOOTHACHE.
    • THE PIG.
    • SNUFF. ROBERT SOUTHEY.
      • A FAREWELL TO TOBACCO. CHARLES LAMB.
    • A FAREWELL TO TOBACCO. CHARLES LAMB.
    • WRITTEN AFTER SWIMMING FROM SESTOS TO ABYDOS.
    • THE LISBON PACKET. BYRON.
      • TO FANNY. THOMAS MOORE
      • YOUNG JESSICA. THOMAS MOORE.
    • TO FANNY. THOMAS MOORE
    • YOUNG JESSICA. THOMAS MOORE.
    • RINGS AND SEALS. THOMAS MOORE.
      • NETS AND CAGES. THOMAS MOORE.
      • SALAD. SYDNEY SMITH.
    • NETS AND CAGES. THOMAS MOORE.
    • SALAD. SYDNEY SMITH.
    • MY LETTERS. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
      • THE POPLAR. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
    • THE POPLAR. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
    • SPRING.
      • ODE.
    • ODE.
    • SCHOOL AND SCHOOL-FELLOWS. W. MACKWORTH PRAED.
    • THE VICAR. W. MACKWORTH PRAED
      • THE BACHELOR'S CANE-BOTTOMED CHAIR. W. M. THACKERAY
      • STANZAS TO PALE ALE. PUNCH.
      • "CHILDREN MUST BE PAID FOR." PUNCH.
      • TO THE LADY IN THE CHEMISETTE WITH BLACK BUTTONS. N. P. WILLIS.
    • THE BACHELOR'S CANE-BOTTOMED CHAIR. W. M. THACKERAY
    • STANZAS TO PALE ALE. PUNCH.
    • "CHILDREN MUST BE PAID FOR." PUNCH.
    • TO THE LADY IN THE CHEMISETTE WITH BLACK BUTTONS. N. P. WILLIS.
    • COME OUT, LOVE. N. P. WILLIS.
      • THE WHITE CHIP HAT. N. P. WILLIS.
    • THE WHITE CHIP HAT. N. P. WILLIS.
    • YOU KNOW IF IT WAS YOU N. P. WILLIS.
      • THE DECLARATION. N. P. WILLIS.
      • LOVE IN A COTTAGE. N. P. WILLIS.
    • THE DECLARATION. N. P. WILLIS.
    • LOVE IN A COTTAGE. N. P. WILLIS.
    • TO HELEN IN A HUFF. N. P. WILLIS
    • THE HEIGHT OF THE RIDICULOUS. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
      • THE BRIEFLESS BARRISTER. A BALLAD. JOHN G. SAXE.
      • VENUS OF THE NEEDLE.
    • THE BRIEFLESS BARRISTER. A BALLAD. JOHN G. SAXE.
    • VENUS OF THE NEEDLE.
  • NARRATIVE
    • TAKE THY OLD CLOAK ABOUT THEE [OLD BALLAD, QUOTED BY SHAKSPEARE, IN OTHELLO.] PERCY RELIQUES
      • KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT. [AN OLD ENGLISH BALLAD—LONG VERY POPULAR.] PERCY RELIQUES
    • KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT. [AN OLD ENGLISH BALLAD—LONG VERY POPULAR.] PERCY RELIQUES
    • THE BAFFLED KNIGHT, OR LADY'S POLICY [A VERY FAVORITE ANCIENT BALLAD.] PERCY RELIQUES
      • TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD. A TALE. MATTHEW PRIOR.
      • FLATTERY. A FABLE. SIR CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS.
      • THE PIG AND MAGPIE. PETER PINDAR.
      • ADVICE TO YOUNG WOMEN, OR, THE ROSE AND STRAWBERRY. PETER PINDAR
      • ECONOMY. PETER PINDAR.
        • THE JEWESS AND HER SON
      • THE JEWESS AND HER SON
      • THE COUNTBY LASSES. PETER PINDAR.
        • A STORY.
      • A STORY.
      • THE PILGRIMS AND THE PEAS. PETER PINDAR.
      • ON THE DEATH OF A FAVORITE CAT, DROWNED IN A TUB OF GOLDFISHES. THOMAS GRAY.
      • THE RETIRED CAT. WILLIAM COWPER.
      • SAYING NOT MEANING. WILLIAM BASIL WAKE.
    • TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD. A TALE. MATTHEW PRIOR.
    • FLATTERY. A FABLE. SIR CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS.
    • THE PIG AND MAGPIE. PETER PINDAR.
    • ADVICE TO YOUNG WOMEN, OR, THE ROSE AND STRAWBERRY. PETER PINDAR
    • ECONOMY. PETER PINDAR.
      • THE JEWESS AND HER SON
    • THE JEWESS AND HER SON
    • THE COUNTBY LASSES. PETER PINDAR.
      • A STORY.
    • A STORY.
    • THE PILGRIMS AND THE PEAS. PETER PINDAR.
    • ON THE DEATH OF A FAVORITE CAT, DROWNED IN A TUB OF GOLDFISHES. THOMAS GRAY.
    • THE RETIRED CAT. WILLIAM COWPER.
    • SAYING NOT MEANING. WILLIAM BASIL WAKE.
    • JULIA. SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE.
    • A COCK AND HEN STORY. ROBERT SOUTHEY
      • PART III.
      • PART IV.
        • THE SEARCH AFTER HAPPINESS; OR, THE QUEST OF SULTAUN SOLIMAUN. SIR WALTER SCOTT.
      • THE SEARCH AFTER HAPPINESS; OR, THE QUEST OF SULTAUN SOLIMAUN. SIR WALTER SCOTT.
      • THE DONKEY AND HIS PANNIERS. THOMAS MOORE.
      • MISADVENTURES AT MARGATE. A LEGEND OF JARVIS'S JETTY. B. HARRIS BABHAM.
      • THE GHOST. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
      • A LAY OF ST. GENGULPHUS. R. HARRIS BARHAM
    • PART III.
    • PART IV.
      • THE SEARCH AFTER HAPPINESS; OR, THE QUEST OF SULTAUN SOLIMAUN. SIR WALTER SCOTT.
    • THE SEARCH AFTER HAPPINESS; OR, THE QUEST OF SULTAUN SOLIMAUN. SIR WALTER SCOTT.
    • THE DONKEY AND HIS PANNIERS. THOMAS MOORE.
    • MISADVENTURES AT MARGATE. A LEGEND OF JARVIS'S JETTY. B. HARRIS BABHAM.
    • THE GHOST. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
    • A LAY OF ST. GENGULPHUS. R. HARRIS BARHAM
    • SIR RUPERT THE FEARLESS. A LEGEND OF GERMANY. R. HARRIS BARHAM
      • LOOK AT THE CLOCK. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
      • THE BAGMAN'S DOG. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
    • LOOK AT THE CLOCK. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
    • THE BAGMAN'S DOG. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
    • DAME FREDEGONDE. WILLIAM AYTOUS.
      • THE KING OF BRENTFORD'S TESTAMENT. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
      • THE RETORT GEORGE P. MORRIS
    • THE KING OF BRENTFORD'S TESTAMENT. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
    • THE RETORT GEORGE P. MORRIS
  • SATIRICAL
    • THE RABBLE: OR, WHO PAYS! SAMUEL BUTLER.
      • THE CHAMELEON. MATTHEW PRIOR.
      • MERRY ANDREW. MATTHEW PRIOR.
      • JACK AND JOAN. MATTHEW PRIOR.
    • THE CHAMELEON. MATTHEW PRIOR.
    • MERRY ANDREW. MATTHEW PRIOR.
    • JACK AND JOAN. MATTHEW PRIOR.
    • THE PROGRESS OF POETRY. DEAN SWIFT
      • TWELVE ARTICLES. DEAN SWIFT.
      • THE BEASTS' CONFESSION. DEAN SWIFT
    • TWELVE ARTICLES. DEAN SWIFT.
    • THE BEASTS' CONFESSION. DEAN SWIFT
    • A NEW SIMILE FOR THE LADIES. WITH USEFUL ANNOTATIONS, DR. THOMAS SHERIDAN.
      • ON A LAPDOG. JOHN GAY.
      • THE RAZOR SELLER. PETER PINDAR.
      • THE SAILOR BOY AT PRAYERS. PETER PINDAR.
      • BIENSEANCE PETER PINDAR.
        • THE PETIT MAITRE, AND THE MAN ON THE WHEEL
      • THE PETIT MAITRE, AND THE MAN ON THE WHEEL
      • KINGS AND COURTIERS. PETER PINDAR
      • PRAYING FOR RAIN. PETER PINDAR
      • APOLOGY FOR KINGS PETER PINDAR
        • MORAL.
      • MORAL.
      • ODE TO THE DEVIL. PETER PINDAR.
      • THE KING OF SPAIN AND THE HORSE. PETER PINDAR.
      • THE TENDER HUSBAND. PETER PINDAR
      • THE SOLDIER AND THE VIRGIN MARY. PETER PINDAR.
      • A KING OF FRANCE AND THE FAIR LADY PETER PINDAR
      • THE EGGS.
      • THE ASS AND HIS MASTER. FROM THE SPANISH OF YRIARTE. G. H. DEVEREUX.
      • THE LOVE OF THE WORLD REPROVED; OR, HYPOCRISY DETECTED. WILLIAM COWPER.
      • REPORT OF AN ADJUDGED CASE, NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OF THE BOOKS. WILLIAM COWPER.
      • EPITAPH ON HOLY WILLIE
      • ADDRESS TO THE DEIL. ROBERT BURNS.
      • THE DEVIL'S WALK ON EARTH. ROBERT SOUTHEY.
      • CHURCH AND STATE. THOMAS MOORE.
      • LYING. THOMAS MOORE.
      • THE MILLENNIUM. SUGGESTBD BY THE LATE WORK OF THE KEVEKEND MR. IRVING "ON PROPHECY." THOMAS MOORE.
      • THE LITTLE GRAND LAMA. A FABLE FOR PRINCES ROYAL THOMAS MOORE
      • ETERNAL LONDON. THOMAS MOORE.
      • OF FACTOTUM NED. THOMAS MOORE.
      • LETTERS FROM MISS BIDDY FUDGE AT PARIS TO MISS DOROTHY—IN IRELAND THOMAS MOORE.
      • THE LITERARY LADY. RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN.
    • ON A LAPDOG. JOHN GAY.
    • THE RAZOR SELLER. PETER PINDAR.
    • THE SAILOR BOY AT PRAYERS. PETER PINDAR.
    • BIENSEANCE PETER PINDAR.
      • THE PETIT MAITRE, AND THE MAN ON THE WHEEL
    • THE PETIT MAITRE, AND THE MAN ON THE WHEEL
    • KINGS AND COURTIERS. PETER PINDAR
    • PRAYING FOR RAIN. PETER PINDAR
    • APOLOGY FOR KINGS PETER PINDAR
      • MORAL.
    • MORAL.
    • ODE TO THE DEVIL. PETER PINDAR.
    • THE KING OF SPAIN AND THE HORSE. PETER PINDAR.
    • THE TENDER HUSBAND. PETER PINDAR
    • THE SOLDIER AND THE VIRGIN MARY. PETER PINDAR.
    • A KING OF FRANCE AND THE FAIR LADY PETER PINDAR
    • THE EGGS.
    • THE ASS AND HIS MASTER. FROM THE SPANISH OF YRIARTE. G. H. DEVEREUX.
    • THE LOVE OF THE WORLD REPROVED; OR, HYPOCRISY DETECTED. WILLIAM COWPER.
    • REPORT OF AN ADJUDGED CASE, NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OF THE BOOKS. WILLIAM COWPER.
    • EPITAPH ON HOLY WILLIE
    • ADDRESS TO THE DEIL. ROBERT BURNS.
    • THE DEVIL'S WALK ON EARTH. ROBERT SOUTHEY.
    • CHURCH AND STATE. THOMAS MOORE.
    • LYING. THOMAS MOORE.
    • THE MILLENNIUM. SUGGESTBD BY THE LATE WORK OF THE KEVEKEND MR. IRVING "ON PROPHECY." THOMAS MOORE.
    • THE LITTLE GRAND LAMA. A FABLE FOR PRINCES ROYAL THOMAS MOORE
    • ETERNAL LONDON. THOMAS MOORE.
    • OF FACTOTUM NED. THOMAS MOORE.
    • LETTERS FROM MISS BIDDY FUDGE AT PARIS TO MISS DOROTHY—IN IRELAND THOMAS MOORE.
    • THE LITERARY LADY. RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN.
    • FAMILY POETRY. R. HARRIS BARHAM
    • THE SUNDAY QUESTION. THOMAS HOOD.
    • DEATH'S RAMBLE. THOMAS HOOD.
      • THE BACHELOR'S DREAM. THOMAS HOOD.
    • THE BACHELOR'S DREAM. THOMAS HOOD.
    • ON SAMUEL ROGERS. LORD BYRON.
    • MY PARTNER. W. MACKWORTH PRAED.
    • THE BELLE OF THE BALL. W. MACKWORTH PRAED.
    • SORROWS OF WERTHER. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY.
    • THE YANKEE VOLUNTEERS. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY.
    • COURTSHIP AND MATRIMONY. A POEM, IN TWO CANTOS. PUNCH.
      • CANTO THE SECOND.
    • CANTO THE SECOND.
    • CONCERNING SISTERS-IN-LAW. PUNCH. I.
    • TO SONG-BIRDS ON A SUNDAY. PUNCH.
    • THE FIRST SENSIBLE VALENTINE. (ONE OF THE MOST ASTONISHING FRUITS OF THE EMIGRATION MANIA.) PUNCH.
    • A SCENE ON THE AUSTRIAN FRONTIER. PUNCH.
    • ODE TO THE GREAT SEA-SERPENT ON HIS WONDERFUL REAPPEARANCE. PUNCH.
      • THE FEAST OF VEGETABLES, AND THE FLOW OF WATER. PUNCH.
    • THE FEAST OF VEGETABLES, AND THE FLOW OF WATER. PUNCH.
    • KINDRED QUACKS. PUNCH.
    • THE RAILWAY TRAVELER'S FAREWELL TO HIS FAMILY. PUNCH.
    • A LETTER AND AN ANSWER. PUNCH.
    • PAPA TO HIS HEIR, A FAST MINOR. PUNCH.
      • SELLING OFF AT THE OPERA HOUSE A POETICAL CATALOGUE. PUNCH.
    • SELLING OFF AT THE OPERA HOUSE A POETICAL CATALOGUE. PUNCH.
    • WONDERS OF THE VICTORIAN AGE. PUNCH.
    • TO THE PORTRAIT OF "A GENTLEMAN," IN THE ATHENAEUM GALLERY. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
    • MY AUNT. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
    • COMIC MISERIES. JOHN G. SAXE.
      • IDEES NAPOLEONIENNES. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • IDEES NAPOLEONIENNES. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • THE LAY OF THE LOVER'S FRIEND WILLIAM AYTOUN
  • PARODIES AND BURLESQUES
    • WINE. JOHN GAY.
    • ODE ON SCIENCE. DEAN SWIFT.
      • A LOVE SONG, IN THE MODERN TASTE. DEAN SWIFT.
      • BAUCIS AND PHILEMON.
    • A LOVE SONG, IN THE MODERN TASTE. DEAN SWIFT.
    • BAUCIS AND PHILEMON.
    • A DESCRIPTION OF A CITY SHOWER IN IMITATION OP VIRGIL'S GEORGICS. DEAN SWIFT.
    • THE PROGRESS OF CURIOSITY; OR A ROYAL VISIT TO WHITBKEAD'S BREWERY. PETER PINDAR.
      • BIRTH-DAY ODE.
      • THE AUTHOR AND THE STATESMAN [ADDRESSED BY FIELDING TO SIR ROBERT WALPOLE.]
    • BIRTH-DAY ODE.
    • THE AUTHOR AND THE STATESMAN [ADDRESSED BY FIELDING TO SIR ROBERT WALPOLE.]
    • INSCRIPTION
      • THE AMATORY SONNETS OF ABEL SHUFFLEBOTTOM. ROBERT SOUTHEY.
    • THE AMATORY SONNETS OF ABEL SHUFFLEBOTTOM. ROBERT SOUTHEY.
    • THE LOVE ELEGIES OF ABEL SHUFFLEBOTTOM. ROBERT SOUTHEY.
    • PLAY-HOUSE MUSINGS. A BURLESQUE IMITATION OF COLERIDGE.—REJECTED ADDRESSES. JAMES SMITH
      • THE NIGHT.
        • THE BURNING.
      • THE BURNING.
    • THE NIGHT.
      • THE BURNING.
    • THE BURNING.
    • DRURY'S DIRGE. [BY LAUBA MATILDA.—REJECTED ADDRESSES.] HORACE SMITH.
    • WHAT IS LIFE BY "ONE OF THE FANCY." BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE
    • FRAGMENTS. [BY A FREE-LOVER.] BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, 1823
      • THE CONFESSION. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE
    • THE CONFESSION. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE
    • THE MILLING-MATCH BETWEEN ENTELLUS AND DARES. TRANSLATED FROM THE FIFTH BOOK OF THE AENEID, BY ONE OF THE FANCY. THOMAS MOORE.
    • RAISING THE DEVIL. A LEGEND OF CORNELIUS AGRIPPA. R. HARRIS BARHAM.
    • DOMESTIC POEMS. THOMAS HOOD. I.
      • III.
      • ODE TO PERRY, THE INVENTOR OF THE STEEL PEN. THOMAS HOOD
    • III.
    • ODE TO PERRY, THE INVENTOR OF THE STEEL PEN. THOMAS HOOD
    • A THEATRICAL CURIOSITY. CRUIKSHANK'S OMNIBUS.
      • SIDDONS AND HER MAID. W. S. LANDOR
    • SIDDONS AND HER MAID. W. S. LANDOR
    • THE SECRET SORROW. PUNCH
    • SONG FOR PUNCH DRINKERS. AFTER SCHILLER. PUNCH.
    • THE SONG OF THE HUMBUGGED HUSBAND. PUNCH.
    • TEMPERANCE SONG. PUNCH. AIR—FRIEND OF MY SOUL.
  • LINES
    • MADNESS. PUNCH.
      • THE BANDIT'S FATE. PUNCH.
    • THE BANDIT'S FATE. PUNCH.
    • LINES WRITTEN AFTER A BATTLE. BY AN ASSISTANT SURGEON OF THE NINETEENTH NANKEENS. PUNCH.
      • THE PHRENOLOGIST TO HIS MISTRESS. PUNCH.
    • THE PHRENOLOGIST TO HIS MISTRESS. PUNCH.
    • THE CHEMIST TO HIS LOVE. PUNCH.
    • A BALLAD OF BEDLAM. PUNCH.
    • STANZAS TO AN EGG. [BY A SPOON.] PUNCH.
    • A FRAGMENT. PUNCH.
    • EATING SONG. PUNCH.
    • THE SICK CHILD. [BY THE HONOBABLE WILHELMINA SKEGGS.] PUNCH.
      • THE IMAGINATIVE CRISIS. PUNCH.
      • LINES TO BESSY. [BY A STUDENT AT LAW.] PUNCH.
    • THE IMAGINATIVE CRISIS. PUNCH.
    • LINES TO BESSY. [BY A STUDENT AT LAW.] PUNCH.
    • MONODY ON THE DEATH OF AN ONLY CLIENT. PUNCH.
      • LOVE ON THE OCEAN. PUNCH.
    • LOVE ON THE OCEAN. PUNCH.
    • PARODY FOR A REFORMED PARLIAMENT. PUNCH.
      • THE WAITER. PUNCH.
        • THE LAST APPENDIX TO "YANKEE DOODLE." PUNCH, 1851.
      • THE LAST APPENDIX TO "YANKEE DOODLE." PUNCH, 1851.
      • LINES FOR MUSIC. PUNCH.
    • THE WAITER. PUNCH.
      • THE LAST APPENDIX TO "YANKEE DOODLE." PUNCH, 1851.
    • THE LAST APPENDIX TO "YANKEE DOODLE." PUNCH, 1851.
    • LINES FOR MUSIC. PUNCH.
    • DRAMA FOR EVERY-DAY LIFE. LUDGATE HILL.—A MYSTERY. PUNCH.
    • JONES AT THE BARBER'S SHOP. PUNCH.
    • THE SATED ONE. [IMPROMPTU AFTER CHRISTMAS DINNER.] PUNCH.
      • THE RAILWAY GILPIN. PUNCH.
        • THE EPITAPH.
      • THE EPITAPH.
    • THE RAILWAY GILPIN. PUNCH.
      • THE EPITAPH.
    • THE EPITAPH.
    • "A BOOK IN A BUSTLE." A TRUE TALE OF THE WARWICK ASSIZES. BY THE GHOST OF CRABBE. PUNCH.
      • STANZAS FOR THE SENTIMENTAL. PUNCH.
    • STANZAS FOR THE SENTIMENTAL. PUNCH.
    • COLLOQUY ON A CAB-STAND. ADAPTED FOR THE BOUDOIR. PUNCH.
    • THE SONG OF HIAWATHA. AN ENGLISH CRITICISM PUNCH.
      • COMFORT IN AFFLICTION. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
        • THE HUSBAND'S PETITION. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
      • THE HUSBAND'S PETITION. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • COMFORT IN AFFLICTION. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
      • THE HUSBAND'S PETITION. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • THE HUSBAND'S PETITION. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • THE BITER BIT. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
      • A MIDNIGHT MEDITATION. BY SIR E———- B———- L———-. WILLIAM AYTOUN
      • THE DIRGE OF THE DRINKER. BY W——— E——— A———, ESQ. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
      • FRANCESCA DA RIMINI. TO BON GAULTIER. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
      • LOUIS NAPOLEON'S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • A MIDNIGHT MEDITATION. BY SIR E———- B———- L———-. WILLIAM AYTOUN
    • THE DIRGE OF THE DRINKER. BY W——— E——— A———, ESQ. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • FRANCESCA DA RIMINI. TO BON GAULTIER. WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • LOUIS NAPOLEON'S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • THE BATTLE OF THE BOULEVARD WILLIAM AYTOUN.
    • PUFFS POETICAL. WILLIAM AYTOUM
    • REFLECTIONS OF A PROUD PEDESTRIAN. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
    • EVENING. BY A TAILOR. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
    • PHAETHON; OR, THE AMATEUR COACHMAN. JOHN G. SAXX
      • THE SCHOOL-HOUSE. [AFTER GOLDSMITH.] JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
    • THE SCHOOL-HOUSE. [AFTER GOLDSMITH.] JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
  • EPIGRAMMATIC
    • EPIGRAMS OF BEN JONSON.
      • TO BRAINHARDY.
        • TO DOCTOR EMPIRIC.
        • TO SIR ANNUAL FILTER.
        • ON CHEVRIL THE LAWYER
      • TO DOCTOR EMPIRIC.
      • TO SIR ANNUAL FILTER.
      • ON CHEVRIL THE LAWYER
    • TO BRAINHARDY.
      • TO DOCTOR EMPIRIC.
      • TO SIR ANNUAL FILTER.
      • ON CHEVRIL THE LAWYER
    • TO DOCTOR EMPIRIC.
    • TO SIR ANNUAL FILTER.
    • ON CHEVRIL THE LAWYER
    • EPIGRAMATIC VERSES BY SAMUEL BUTLER.
      • CRITICS.
        • HYPOCRISY.
        • POLISH.
        • THE GODLY.
        • PIETY.
        • MARRIAGE.
        • POETS.
        • PUFFING.
        • POLITICIANS.
        • FEAR.
        • THE LAW.
        • THE SAME.
        • THE SAME.
        • CONFESSION.
        • SMATTERERS
        • BAD WRITERS.
        • THE OPINIONATIVE.
        • LANGUAGE OF THE LEARNED.
        • GOOD WRITING.
        • COURTIERS.
        • INVENTIONS.
        • LOGICIANS.
        • LABORIOUS WRITERS.
        • ON A CLUB OF SOTS.
        • HOLLAND.
      • HYPOCRISY.
      • POLISH.
      • THE GODLY.
      • PIETY.
      • MARRIAGE.
      • POETS.
      • PUFFING.
      • POLITICIANS.
      • FEAR.
      • THE LAW.
      • THE SAME.
      • THE SAME.
      • CONFESSION.
      • SMATTERERS
      • BAD WRITERS.
      • THE OPINIONATIVE.
      • LANGUAGE OF THE LEARNED.
      • GOOD WRITING.
      • COURTIERS.
      • INVENTIONS.
      • LOGICIANS.
      • LABORIOUS WRITERS.
      • ON A CLUB OF SOTS.
      • HOLLAND.
    • CRITICS.
      • HYPOCRISY.
      • POLISH.
      • THE GODLY.
      • PIETY.
      • MARRIAGE.
      • POETS.
      • PUFFING.
      • POLITICIANS.
      • FEAR.
      • THE LAW.
      • THE SAME.
      • THE SAME.
      • CONFESSION.
      • SMATTERERS
      • BAD WRITERS.
      • THE OPINIONATIVE.
      • LANGUAGE OF THE LEARNED.
      • GOOD WRITING.
      • COURTIERS.
      • INVENTIONS.
      • LOGICIANS.
      • LABORIOUS WRITERS.
      • ON A CLUB OF SOTS.
      • HOLLAND.
    • HYPOCRISY.
    • POLISH.
    • THE GODLY.
    • PIETY.
    • MARRIAGE.
    • POETS.
    • PUFFING.
    • POLITICIANS.
    • FEAR.
    • THE LAW.
    • THE SAME.
    • THE SAME.
    • CONFESSION.
    • SMATTERERS
    • BAD WRITERS.
    • THE OPINIONATIVE.
    • LANGUAGE OF THE LEARNED.
    • GOOD WRITING.
    • COURTIERS.
    • INVENTIONS.
    • LOGICIANS.
    • LABORIOUS WRITERS.
    • ON A CLUB OF SOTS.
    • HOLLAND.
    • EPIGRAMS OF EDMUND WALLEB.
      • OF THE MARRIAGE OF THE DWARFS.
    • OF THE MARRIAGE OF THE DWARFS.
    • EPIGRAMS OF MATTHEW PRIOR.
      • THE FLIES.
        • PHILLIS'S AGE.
        • TO THE DUKE DE NOALLES.
        • ON BISHOP ATTERBURY.
        • FORMA BONUM FRAGILE.
        • EARNING A DINNER.
        • BIBO AND CHARON.
        • THE PEDANT.
      • PHILLIS'S AGE.
      • TO THE DUKE DE NOALLES.
      • ON BISHOP ATTERBURY.
      • FORMA BONUM FRAGILE.
      • EARNING A DINNER.
      • BIBO AND CHARON.
      • THE PEDANT.
    • THE FLIES.
      • PHILLIS'S AGE.
      • TO THE DUKE DE NOALLES.
      • ON BISHOP ATTERBURY.
      • FORMA BONUM FRAGILE.
      • EARNING A DINNER.
      • BIBO AND CHARON.
      • THE PEDANT.
    • PHILLIS'S AGE.
    • TO THE DUKE DE NOALLES.
    • ON BISHOP ATTERBURY.
    • FORMA BONUM FRAGILE.
    • EARNING A DINNER.
    • BIBO AND CHARON.
    • THE PEDANT.
    • EPIGRAMS OF JOSEPH ADDISON. THE COUNTESS OF MANCHESTER.
      • TO AN ILL-FAVORED LADY. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
        • TO A CAPBICIOUS FEIEND. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
        • TO A ROGUE. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
      • TO A CAPBICIOUS FEIEND. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
      • TO A ROGUE. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
    • TO AN ILL-FAVORED LADY. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
      • TO A CAPBICIOUS FEIEND. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
      • TO A ROGUE. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
    • TO A CAPBICIOUS FEIEND. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
    • TO A ROGUE. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
    • EPIGRAMS OF ALEXANDER POPE.
      • TO A BLOCKHEAD.
        • THE FOOL AND THE POET.
      • THE FOOL AND THE POET.
    • TO A BLOCKHEAD.
      • THE FOOL AND THE POET.
    • THE FOOL AND THE POET.
    • EPIGRAMS OF DEAN SWIFT.
      • THE CUDGELED HUSBAND.
        • ON SEEING VERSES WRITTEN UPON WINDOWS AT INNS
        • ON THE CHURCH'S DANGER.
        • ON ONE DELACOURT'S COMPLIMENTING CARTHY ON HIS POETRY.
        • ON A USURER.
        • TO MRS. BIDDY FLOYD; OR, THE RECEIPT TO FORM A BEAUTY.
        • THE REVERSE; OR, MRS. CLUDD.
        • THE PLACE OF THE DAMNED.
        • THE DAY OF JUDGMENT.
      • ON SEEING VERSES WRITTEN UPON WINDOWS AT INNS
      • ON THE CHURCH'S DANGER.
      • ON ONE DELACOURT'S COMPLIMENTING CARTHY ON HIS POETRY.
      • ON A USURER.
      • TO MRS. BIDDY FLOYD; OR, THE RECEIPT TO FORM A BEAUTY.
      • THE REVERSE; OR, MRS. CLUDD.
      • THE PLACE OF THE DAMNED.
      • THE DAY OF JUDGMENT.
    • THE CUDGELED HUSBAND.
      • ON SEEING VERSES WRITTEN UPON WINDOWS AT INNS
      • ON THE CHURCH'S DANGER.
      • ON ONE DELACOURT'S COMPLIMENTING CARTHY ON HIS POETRY.
      • ON A USURER.
      • TO MRS. BIDDY FLOYD; OR, THE RECEIPT TO FORM A BEAUTY.
      • THE REVERSE; OR, MRS. CLUDD.
      • THE PLACE OF THE DAMNED.
      • THE DAY OF JUDGMENT.
    • ON SEEING VERSES WRITTEN UPON WINDOWS AT INNS
    • ON THE CHURCH'S DANGER.
    • ON ONE DELACOURT'S COMPLIMENTING CARTHY ON HIS POETRY.
    • ON A USURER.
    • TO MRS. BIDDY FLOYD; OR, THE RECEIPT TO FORM A BEAUTY.
    • THE REVERSE; OR, MRS. CLUDD.
    • THE PLACE OF THE DAMNED.
    • THE DAY OF JUDGMENT.
    • PAULUS THE LAWYER. LINDSAY.
    • EPIGRAMS BY THOMAS SHERIDAN.
      • ON DEAN SWIFT'S PROPOSED HOSPITAL FOR LUNATICS
    • ON DEAN SWIFT'S PROPOSED HOSPITAL FOR LUNATICS
    • WHICH IS WHICH. BYRON.
    • ON SOME LINES OF LOPEZ DE VEGA. DR. JOHNSON.
    • ON SCOTLAND. CLEVELAND.
    • EPIGRAMS OF PETER PINDAR.
      • ON THE CONCLUSION OF HIS ODES
        • THE LEX TALIONIS UPON BENJAMIN WEST
        • BARRY'S ATTACK UPON SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS
        • ON THE DEATH OP MR. HONE, R. A.
        • ON GEORGE THE THIRD'S PATRONAGE OF BENJAMIN WEST.
        • ANOTHER ON THE SAME.
        • EPITAPH ON PETER STAGGS.
        • TRAY'S EPITAPH.
        • ON A STONE THROWN AT A VERY GREAT MAN, BUT WHICH MISSED HIM.
      • THE LEX TALIONIS UPON BENJAMIN WEST
      • BARRY'S ATTACK UPON SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS
      • ON THE DEATH OP MR. HONE, R. A.
      • ON GEORGE THE THIRD'S PATRONAGE OF BENJAMIN WEST.
      • ANOTHER ON THE SAME.
      • EPITAPH ON PETER STAGGS.
      • TRAY'S EPITAPH.
      • ON A STONE THROWN AT A VERY GREAT MAN, BUT WHICH MISSED HIM.
    • ON THE CONCLUSION OF HIS ODES
      • THE LEX TALIONIS UPON BENJAMIN WEST
      • BARRY'S ATTACK UPON SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS
      • ON THE DEATH OP MR. HONE, R. A.
      • ON GEORGE THE THIRD'S PATRONAGE OF BENJAMIN WEST.
      • ANOTHER ON THE SAME.
      • EPITAPH ON PETER STAGGS.
      • TRAY'S EPITAPH.
      • ON A STONE THROWN AT A VERY GREAT MAN, BUT WHICH MISSED HIM.
    • THE LEX TALIONIS UPON BENJAMIN WEST
    • BARRY'S ATTACK UPON SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS
    • ON THE DEATH OP MR. HONE, R. A.
    • ON GEORGE THE THIRD'S PATRONAGE OF BENJAMIN WEST.
    • ANOTHER ON THE SAME.
    • EPITAPH ON PETER STAGGS.
    • TRAY'S EPITAPH.
    • ON A STONE THROWN AT A VERY GREAT MAN, BUT WHICH MISSED HIM.
    • EPIGRAMS BY ROBERT BURNS.
      • ON A CELEBRATED RULING ELDER.
        • ON JOHN DOVE
        • ON ANDREW TURNER.
        • ON A SCOTCH COXCOMB
        • ON GRIZZEL GRIM.
        • ON A WAG IN MAUCHLINE.
        • EPITAPH ON W—-.
        • ON A SUICIDE.
      • ON JOHN DOVE
      • ON ANDREW TURNER.
      • ON A SCOTCH COXCOMB
      • ON GRIZZEL GRIM.
      • ON A WAG IN MAUCHLINE.
      • EPITAPH ON W—-.
      • ON A SUICIDE.
    • ON A CELEBRATED RULING ELDER.
      • ON JOHN DOVE
      • ON ANDREW TURNER.
      • ON A SCOTCH COXCOMB
      • ON GRIZZEL GRIM.
      • ON A WAG IN MAUCHLINE.
      • EPITAPH ON W—-.
      • ON A SUICIDE.
    • ON JOHN DOVE
    • ON ANDREW TURNER.
    • ON A SCOTCH COXCOMB
    • ON GRIZZEL GRIM.
    • ON A WAG IN MAUCHLINE.
    • EPITAPH ON W—-.
    • ON A SUICIDE.
    • EPIGRAMS FROM THE GERMAN OF LESSING.
      • A NICE POINT.
        • TRUE NOBILITY.
        • TO A LIAR.
        • MENDAX.
        • THE BAD-WIFE.
        • THE DEAD MISER.
        • ON FELL.
        • THE BAD ORATOR.
        • THE WISE CHILD.
        • SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.
        • CUPID AND MERCURY, OR THE BARGAIN.
        • FRITZ.
        • ON DORILIS.
        • TO A SLOW WALKER AND QUICK EATER.
        • ON TWO BEAUTIFUL ONE-EYED SISTERS
        • THE PER-CONTRA, OR MATRIMONIAL BALANCE
      • TRUE NOBILITY.
      • TO A LIAR.
      • MENDAX.
      • THE BAD-WIFE.
      • THE DEAD MISER.
      • ON FELL.
      • THE BAD ORATOR.
      • THE WISE CHILD.
      • SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.
      • CUPID AND MERCURY, OR THE BARGAIN.
      • FRITZ.
      • ON DORILIS.
      • TO A SLOW WALKER AND QUICK EATER.
      • ON TWO BEAUTIFUL ONE-EYED SISTERS
      • THE PER-CONTRA, OR MATRIMONIAL BALANCE
    • A NICE POINT.
      • TRUE NOBILITY.
      • TO A LIAR.
      • MENDAX.
      • THE BAD-WIFE.
      • THE DEAD MISER.
      • ON FELL.
      • THE BAD ORATOR.
      • THE WISE CHILD.
      • SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.
      • CUPID AND MERCURY, OR THE BARGAIN.
      • FRITZ.
      • ON DORILIS.
      • TO A SLOW WALKER AND QUICK EATER.
      • ON TWO BEAUTIFUL ONE-EYED SISTERS
      • THE PER-CONTRA, OR MATRIMONIAL BALANCE
    • TRUE NOBILITY.
    • TO A LIAR.
    • MENDAX.
    • THE BAD-WIFE.
    • THE DEAD MISER.
    • ON FELL.
    • THE BAD ORATOR.
    • THE WISE CHILD.
    • SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.
    • CUPID AND MERCURY, OR THE BARGAIN.
    • FRITZ.
    • ON DORILIS.
    • TO A SLOW WALKER AND QUICK EATER.
    • ON TWO BEAUTIFUL ONE-EYED SISTERS
    • THE PER-CONTRA, OR MATRIMONIAL BALANCE
    • EPIGRAMS S. T. COLERIDGE.
      • EXPECTORATION THE SECOND.
        • AVARO. [STOLEN FROM LESSING.]
        • BEELZEBUB AND JOB.
        • SENTIMENTAL.
        • AN ETERNAL POEM.
        • BAD POETS.
      • AVARO. [STOLEN FROM LESSING.]
      • BEELZEBUB AND JOB.
      • SENTIMENTAL.
      • AN ETERNAL POEM.
      • BAD POETS.
    • EXPECTORATION THE SECOND.
      • AVARO. [STOLEN FROM LESSING.]
      • BEELZEBUB AND JOB.
      • SENTIMENTAL.
      • AN ETERNAL POEM.
      • BAD POETS.
    • AVARO. [STOLEN FROM LESSING.]
    • BEELZEBUB AND JOB.
    • SENTIMENTAL.
    • AN ETERNAL POEM.
    • BAD POETS.
    • TO MR. ALEXANDRE, THE VENTRILOQUIST. SIR WALTER SCOTT.
    • FRENCH AND ENGLISH. ERSKINE
    • EPIGRAMS BY THOMAS MOORE.
      • DIALOGUE BETWEEN A CATHOLIC DELEGATE AND HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.
        • TO MISS ——-
        • TO ——-
        • UPON BEING OBLIGED TO LEAVE A PLEASANT PARTY FROM THE WANT OF A PAIR OF BREECHES TO DRESS FOR DINNER IN.
        • WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
        • FROM THE FRENCH.
        • A JOKE VERSIFIED.
        • THE SURPRISE.
        • ON ——.
        • ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
        • ON A TUET-HUNTER.
        • THE KISS.
        • EPITAPH ON A WELL-KNOWN POET—(ROBERT SOUTHEY.)
        • THE RABBINICAL ORIGIN OF WOMEN.
        • ANACREONTIQUE.
        • SPECULATION.
      • TO MISS ——-
      • TO ——-
      • UPON BEING OBLIGED TO LEAVE A PLEASANT PARTY FROM THE WANT OF A PAIR OF BREECHES TO DRESS FOR DINNER IN.
      • WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
      • FROM THE FRENCH.
      • A JOKE VERSIFIED.
      • THE SURPRISE.
      • ON ——.
      • ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
      • ON A TUET-HUNTER.
      • THE KISS.
      • EPITAPH ON A WELL-KNOWN POET—(ROBERT SOUTHEY.)
      • THE RABBINICAL ORIGIN OF WOMEN.
      • ANACREONTIQUE.
      • SPECULATION.
    • DIALOGUE BETWEEN A CATHOLIC DELEGATE AND HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.
      • TO MISS ——-
      • TO ——-
      • UPON BEING OBLIGED TO LEAVE A PLEASANT PARTY FROM THE WANT OF A PAIR OF BREECHES TO DRESS FOR DINNER IN.
      • WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
      • FROM THE FRENCH.
      • A JOKE VERSIFIED.
      • THE SURPRISE.
      • ON ——.
      • ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
      • ON A TUET-HUNTER.
      • THE KISS.
      • EPITAPH ON A WELL-KNOWN POET—(ROBERT SOUTHEY.)
      • THE RABBINICAL ORIGIN OF WOMEN.
      • ANACREONTIQUE.
      • SPECULATION.
    • TO MISS ——-
    • TO ——-
    • UPON BEING OBLIGED TO LEAVE A PLEASANT PARTY FROM THE WANT OF A PAIR OF BREECHES TO DRESS FOR DINNER IN.
    • WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
    • FROM THE FRENCH.
    • A JOKE VERSIFIED.
    • THE SURPRISE.
    • ON ——.
    • ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
    • ON A TUET-HUNTER.
    • THE KISS.
    • EPITAPH ON A WELL-KNOWN POET—(ROBERT SOUTHEY.)
    • THE RABBINICAL ORIGIN OF WOMEN.
    • ANACREONTIQUE.
    • SPECULATION.
    • ON BUTLER'S MONUMENT. REV. SAMUEL WESLEY.
    • ON THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE WHIG ASSOCIATES OP THE PRINCE REGENT, AT NOT OBTAINING OFFICE. CHARLES LAMB.
    • ON LORD DUDLEY AND WARD. SAMUEL ROGERS
    • EPIGRAMS OF LORD BYRON.
      • WINDSOR POETICS.
        • ON A CARRIER WHO DIED OF DRUNKENNESS.
      • ON A CARRIER WHO DIED OF DRUNKENNESS.
    • WINDSOR POETICS.
      • ON A CARRIER WHO DIED OF DRUNKENNESS.
    • ON A CARRIER WHO DIED OF DRUNKENNESS.
    • EPIGRAMS OF BARHAM.
      • NEW-MADE HONOR. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
      • ANONYMOUS EPIGRAMS
        • RECIPE FOR A MODERN BONNET.
        • MY WIFE AND I
        • WELLINGTON'S NOSE.
        • THE SMOKER.
      • RECIPE FOR A MODERN BONNET.
      • MY WIFE AND I
      • WELLINGTON'S NOSE.
      • THE SMOKER.
    • NEW-MADE HONOR. [IMITATED FROM MARTIAL.]
    • ANONYMOUS EPIGRAMS
      • RECIPE FOR A MODERN BONNET.
      • MY WIFE AND I
      • WELLINGTON'S NOSE.
      • THE SMOKER.
    • RECIPE FOR A MODERN BONNET.
    • MY WIFE AND I
    • WELLINGTON'S NOSE.
    • THE SMOKER.
    • EPIGRAMS BY THOMAS HOOD.
    • EPIGRAMS BY W. SAVAGE LANDOR
      • LYING IN STATE.
        • EPIGRAMS FROM PUNCH.
        • IRISH PARTICULAR.
        • ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER
        • DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
        • BAS BLEU.
        • TO A RICH YOUNG WIDOW.
        • THE RAILWAY OP LIFE.
        • A CONJUGAL CONUNDRUM.
        • NUMBERS ALTERED.
      • EPIGRAMS FROM PUNCH.
      • IRISH PARTICULAR.
      • ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER
      • DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
      • BAS BLEU.
      • TO A RICH YOUNG WIDOW.
      • THE RAILWAY OP LIFE.
      • A CONJUGAL CONUNDRUM.
      • NUMBERS ALTERED.
    • LYING IN STATE.
      • EPIGRAMS FROM PUNCH.
      • IRISH PARTICULAR.
      • ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER
      • DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
      • BAS BLEU.
      • TO A RICH YOUNG WIDOW.
      • THE RAILWAY OP LIFE.
      • A CONJUGAL CONUNDRUM.
      • NUMBERS ALTERED.
    • EPIGRAMS FROM PUNCH.
    • IRISH PARTICULAR.
    • ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER
    • DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
    • BAS BLEU.
    • TO A RICH YOUNG WIDOW.
    • THE RAILWAY OP LIFE.
    • A CONJUGAL CONUNDRUM.
    • NUMBERS ALTERED.
    • THE EMPTY BOTTLE. WILLIAM AYTOUN
      • THE DEATH OF DOCTOR MORRISON. BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY.
    • THE DEATH OF DOCTOR MORRISON. BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY.
    • EPIGRAMS BY JOHN G. SAXE.
      • ANOTHER.
        • ON AN ILL-READ LAWYER.
        • ON AN UGLY PERSON SITTING FOR A DAGUERREOTYPE
        • WOMAN'S WILL.
        • FAMILY QUARRELS.
      • ON AN ILL-READ LAWYER.
      • ON AN UGLY PERSON SITTING FOR A DAGUERREOTYPE
      • WOMAN'S WILL.
      • FAMILY QUARRELS.
    • ANOTHER.
      • ON AN ILL-READ LAWYER.
      • ON AN UGLY PERSON SITTING FOR A DAGUERREOTYPE
      • WOMAN'S WILL.
      • FAMILY QUARRELS.
    • ON AN ILL-READ LAWYER.
    • ON AN UGLY PERSON SITTING FOR A DAGUERREOTYPE
    • WOMAN'S WILL.
    • FAMILY QUARRELS.
    • A REVOLUTIONARY HERO. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
    • EPIGRAMS OF HALPIN
      • FEMININE ARITHMETIC.
        • THE MUSHROOM HUNT.
      • THE MUSHROOM HUNT.
      • JUPITER AMANS. DEDICATED TO VICTOR HUGO. LONDON LEADER
      • THE ORATOR'S EPITAPH. LORD BROUGHAM.
    • FEMININE ARITHMETIC.
      • THE MUSHROOM HUNT.
    • THE MUSHROOM HUNT.
    • JUPITER AMANS. DEDICATED TO VICTOR HUGO. LONDON LEADER
    • THE ORATOR'S EPITAPH. LORD BROUGHAM.
  • ECCENTRIC AND NONDESCRIPT.
    • THE JOVIAL PRIEST'S CONFESSION. TRANSLATED FROM THE LATIN OF WALTER DE MAPES, TIME OF HENRY II. LEIGH HUNT.
    • TONIS AD RESTO MARE. ANONYMOUS
    • DIC. DEAN SWIFT.
    • MOLL. DEAN SWIFT.
      • TO MY MISTRESS. DEAN SWIFT.
      • A LOVE SONG. DEAN SWIFT.
    • TO MY MISTRESS. DEAN SWIFT.
    • A LOVE SONG. DEAN SWIFT.
    • A GENTLE ECHO ON WOMAN.
    • TO MY NOSE. ANONYMOUS.
    • ROGER AND DOLLY. BLACKWOOD.
    • THE IRISHMAN. BLACKWOOD.
    • A _CAT_ALECTIC MONODY! CRUIKSHANK'S OMNIBUS.
    • A NEW SONG OF NEW SIMILES. JOHN BAY
    • REMINISCENCES OP A SENTIMENTALIST. THOMAS HOOD.
    • FAITHLESS NELLY GRAY. A PATHETIC BALLAD. THOMAS HOOD.
    • NO! THOMAS HOOD.
    • JACOB OMNIUM'S HOSS A NEW PALLICE COURT CHANT. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
      • THE WOFLE NEW BALLAD OF JANE RONEY AND MARY BROWN. WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY.
    • THE WOFLE NEW BALLAD OF JANE RONEY AND MARY BROWN. WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY.
    • THE BALLAD OF ELIZA DAVIS. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
    • THE LAMENTABLE BALLAD OF THE FOUNDLING OF SHOREDITCH. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY.
    • THE CRYSTAL PALACE. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY.
      • THE SPECULATORS. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
    • THE SPECULATORS. W. MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
    • LETTER
    • A LETTER
    • THE CANDIDATE'S CREED. (BIGLOW PAPERS.) JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
    • THE COURTIN'. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
    • A SONG FOR A CATARRH. PUNCH
    • EPITAPH ON A CANDLE. PUNCH.
    • POETRY ON AN IMPROVED PRINCIPLE. A RENCONTER WITH A TEA-TOTALLER. PUNCH.
    • ON A REJECTED NOSEGAY, OFFERED BY THE AUTHOR TO A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADY, WHO RETURNED IT. PUNCH.
    • A SERENADE. PUNCH.
    • AN INVITATION TO THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS PUNCH.
    • THE PEOPLE AND THEIR PALACE. IMPROVISED BY A FINE GENTLEMAN. PUNCH.
    • A "SWELL'S" HOMAGE TO MRS. STOWE PUNCH.
    • THE EXCLUSIVE'S BROKEN IDOL. PUNCH.
    • EPITAPH ON A LOCOMOTIVE. BY THE SOLE SURVIVOR OF A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT (NO BLAME TO BE ATTACHED TO ANY SERVANTS OF THE COMPANY). PUNCH.
    • THE TICKET OF LEAVE. [AS SUNG BY THE HOLDER, AMID A CONVIVIAL CIRCLE IN THE SLUMS.] PUNCH.
    • A POLKA LYRIC. BARCLAY PHILLIPS
    • A SUNNIT TO THE BIG OX.
    • ENIGMATIC
      • RIDDLES BY MATTHEW PRIOR.
        • ON THE MOON.
        • ON INK.
        • ON A CIRCLE.
        • ON A PEN.
        • A FAN.
        • ON A CANNON.
        • ON THE FIVE SENSES.
        • ON SNOW.
        • ON A CANDLE.
        • ON A CORKSCREW.
        • AN ECHO.
        • ON THE VOWELS.
        • ON A PAIR OF DICE.
        • ON A SHADOW IN A GLASS.
        • ON TIME.
      • ON THE MOON.
      • ON INK.
      • ON A CIRCLE.
      • ON A PEN.
      • A FAN.
      • ON A CANNON.
      • ON THE FIVE SENSES.
      • ON SNOW.
      • ON A CANDLE.
      • ON A CORKSCREW.
      • AN ECHO.
      • ON THE VOWELS.
      • ON A PAIR OF DICE.
      • ON A SHADOW IN A GLASS.
      • ON TIME.
      • CATALOGUE OF SOURCES
    • RIDDLES BY MATTHEW PRIOR.
      • ON THE MOON.
      • ON INK.
      • ON A CIRCLE.
      • ON A PEN.
      • A FAN.
      • ON A CANNON.
      • ON THE FIVE SENSES.
      • ON SNOW.
      • ON A CANDLE.
      • ON A CORKSCREW.
      • AN ECHO.
      • ON THE VOWELS.
      • ON A PAIR OF DICE.
      • ON A SHADOW IN A GLASS.
      • ON TIME.
    • ON THE MOON.
    • ON INK.
    • ON A CIRCLE.
    • ON A PEN.
    • A FAN.
    • ON A CANNON.
    • ON THE FIVE SENSES.
    • ON SNOW.
    • ON A CANDLE.
    • ON A CORKSCREW.
    • AN ECHO.
    • ON THE VOWELS.
    • ON A PAIR OF DICE.
    • ON A SHADOW IN A GLASS.
    • ON TIME.
    • CATALOGUE OF SOURCES
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