THE

ST. LAWRENCE AND THE SAGUENAY,

AND

OTHER POEMS.

By Charles Sangster.

© New York: Miller, Orton, & Mulligan, 1856.


Spring
A Poet’s Love
Light in Darkness
Rideau Lake
Aurelia
Sonnet
Evening Scene
Gentle Mary Ann
Death of the Old Year
Despondency
The Voice of God
The Fine Old Woods
Elegy in Memory of Rev. Robert D. Cartwright
Morning in Summer
Password—“Truth is Mighty”
Whirlwind
Elizabeth’s Birth
Henry’s Grave
Snow Drops
Pretty Faces
Beyond the Grave
Canadian Sleigh Song
Pity’s Tear Drop
Annie by my Side a Sitting
The Name of Mary
The Kneeling Heart
Autumn
Remembrances
Little Annie
Sun, Moon and Stars
The Chieftain’s Last Sigh
Holy Ground
Pleasant Memories
My Kitten
The Frost King’s Revel
England and America
The Wreck
The Lofty and the Lowly
I Dreamed I Met Thee
The Changes of a Night
To Rev. James G. Witted
Edith to Harold
Song of the New Year
Soul, Thou art Lonely
Peace, Fond Soul
Merry Christmas
A Plea for the Woods
Little Libby
The Yellow Curl
Let them Boast as they will
Limerick Cathedral Bells
Love’s Guiding Star
The Angel’s Gift
Love’s Signet Ring
Mary’s Twentieth Birthday
Love’s Morning Lark
Song—The Banner of Old England
Song—The Heroes of the Alma
The Twofold Victory—An Alma Lyric
Song of the British Mariner
The Indian Summer
The Betrayal
The Impatient Lover
The Grape
A Thousand Faces
The Past
Imagination
The Spirit of the Woods
Love’s New Era
Faith
From Queenston Heights
Fanny
Lament of Shingwakonce
Absence
Festus
Sonnet
Hope
The Trio
The One Idea
Uncurbed Passion
Peace
Bertram and Lorenzo—A Dramatic Fragment


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