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NOTICE OF THE PUBLISHERS.

Messrs. Galignani beg leave to intimate, that the present edition of the Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats, is infinitely more perfect than any of those published in London; as they have been favoured, from private sources, with many original productions of these esteemed writers, which are now for the first time given to the public; in addition to which, all their contributions have been carefully selected from the numerous miscellaneous publications in which they have from time to time appeared.

THE

POETICAL WORKS

OF

SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE.

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The Complaint of Ninathoma

II

Lines, imitated from the Welsh

ib.

to an Infant

ib.

in answer to a Letter from Bristol

to a Friend, in answer to a melancholy

Letter

13

Religious Musings; a Desaltory Poem

ib.

The Destiny of Nations; a Vision

17

SIBYLLINE LEAVES :-

I. POEMS OCCASIONED BY POLITICAL EVENTS, OR

FEELINGS CONNECTED WITH THEM.

Ode to the Departing Year

France; an Ode

23

Fears in Solitude; written in April 1798, dur-

ing the alarm of an Invasion

24

Fire, Famine, and Slaughter; a War Eclogue 26

Recantation-illustrated in the Story of the

Mad Ox

27

II. LOVE POEMS.

Introduction to the Tale of the Dark Ladie 28

Lewti, or the Circassian Love Chaunt

29

The Picture, or the Lover's Resolution

30

The Night Scene; a Dramatic Fragment 31

To an Unfortunate Woman, whom the Author

had known in the days of her innocence 32

To an Unfortunate Woman at the Theatre 33

Lines, composed in a Concert-room

ib.

The Keepsake

ib.

To a Lady, with Falconer's • Shipwreck » 34

To a Young Lady, on her Recovery from a Fever ib.

Something childish, but very natural-written

in Germany

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Home-sick-written in Germany

ib

Answer to a Child's Question

ib.

The Visionary Hope

35

The Happy Husband; a Fragment

ib.

Recollections of Love

ib.

On Re-visiting the Sea-shore after long absence ib.

The Composition of a Kiss

36

III. MEDITATIVE POEMS,

Hymn before Sun-rise, in the Vale of Cha-

mouny

Lines written in the Album at Elbingerode, in

the Hartz Forest

On observing a Blossom on the 1st of February,

1796

ib.

The Eolian Harp- composed at Clevedon,

Somersetshire

ib.

Reflections on having left a Place of Retirement 38

To the Rev. Geo. Coleridge of Ottery St Mary,

Devon--with some Poems

39

Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath

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Domestic Peace

The Sigh

Epitaph on an Infant
Lines written at the King's Arms, Ross
Lines to a beautiful Spring in a Village
Lines on a Friend, who died of a frenzy fever

induced by calumnious reports

To a Young Lady, with a Poem on the French

Revolution

Sonnet. « My heart has thanked thee, Bowles !
for those soft strains »

« As late I lay in slumber's shadowy

vale »

Though roused by that dark vizir,

Riot rude,

When British Freedom for a happier

land

• It was some spirit, Sheridan! that

breathed ,

O what a loud and fearful shriek

was there ,

• As when far off the warbled strains

are heard »

• Thou gentle look, that didst my soul

beguile,

* Pale roamer through the night! thou

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