Poems in Early Canadian Newspapers

 

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A

 
 

 

A.A. To The Spirit of Canning [MV 12 Jun 1829 1.53]

A.B. Enigme [QG 19 Nov 1767 151]

A.B.C. A New Song, to the Tune of Nancy Dawson [QG 24 Dec 1767 156]

A.C. The Card [QM 9 Feb 1805 1.6]

A.K. (See also Adam Kidd)

Alcanor. A Choice [QM 27 Apr 1805 1.17]

Alexis. The Winter's Retreat [QG 30 Jan 1777 596]

Alpha. Evening [MV 19 Jun 1829 1.57]

A.M. A Receipt for an Asthma [QG 2 Nov 1769 253]

Amanda apology for the fashions of the day, as depicted 
in the last Mercury
, An
[QM 25 Mar 1811 7.12]

Amelia, Princess "Unthinking, idle, wild and young," [QM 2 Jan 1816 12.1]

Amicus. Reflection on Seeing a Man Drop Down Dead [QM 26 Oct 1807 3.43]; To the memory of Mr. Donald Grant, lately drown'd on the Labradore Coast [QG 17 Apr 1783 921]

Anglo Canadensis. Ad Edwardum, Principem [QG 23 Jan 1794 1489]

Antient Briton, An. Canadians [MH 1 May 1813 2.80]

Arbiter  doughty antagonists on the Blind man’s buff question, The  [QM 9 Mar 1812 8.10]

Arion. "I fondly marked within a gay parterre" [MV 6 Nov 1829 2.36]; Pass on Relentless World [MV 6 Nov 1829 2.36]; "Where should the vows of youthful love be heard?" [MV 6 Nov 1829 2.36]

Aristides Non periculum metuam Georgio tenente Britanium. [QG 28 Feb 1793 1443]

Arithmeticus "In Derbyshire, a wonder of the Peak," [QG 14 Feb 1788 1174]

Asmodeus Epigram "For Cloe’s absence last Assembly night" Asmodeus [QG 13 Feb 1783 912]; Evening Asmodeus [QG 30 Jan 1783 910]; On the Bible belonging to the Court held in the Jesuit College, being stolen by some one attending Divine Service there, on the Sabbath [QG 10 Apr 1783 920]; Town Ecologue, A [QG 23 Jan 1783 909]   

Attwood. "While venal Bards, with rude acclaim" [QM 24 Nov 1806 2.47]

A.Z. On some young Ladies expressing a Surprize what Pleasure there could be in Kisses [QG 27 Jul 1769 239]

 




B

 
 

 

B. On a gentleman saying that his two wigs had cost him twenty guineas. An Epigram [QM 28 Jul 1806 2.30]

Bailley, Felicite. A My-Lady Maria Carleton [QG 27 Oct 1774 511]

Basilean, A. "Vaunt!  ye vile disloyal throng, A" [QG 5 Feb 1784 963]

Batchelor, A. Modern Chastity. An Epigram [QG 31 Oct 1776 583]

Bayley, Cornwall. (See also C.B.)

Beattie, James. Ode to Peace [QG 25 Feb 1768 165]

Beau, A. Qualifications to gain the Heart of a Lady [QG 14 Jun 1770 285]

Benedict. The Scold  [QG 12 Jan 1786 1064]

Beneyowski. "I hate that Drums discordant sound" [MH 12 Nov 1814 4.158]

B. F. "Voudrais-tu, cher Amant, parmi le bruit des Armes" [QG 20 Feb 1777 599]

Bis. Chanson Poissarde [QG 22 Oct 1767 147]

Bishop. "Who wants a wife? I know three sisters gay" [QM 27 Jan 1806 2.4]

Bloomfield. Good Tidings; or News from the Front [QM 22 Jun 1805 1.25]

Bonaparte, Jerome. Lines Supposed to be addressed to the Emperor of the French [QM 13 Jul 1805 1.28]

Bo-Peep. The Work-Basket of a Modern Young Lady [QG 5 Nov 1778 688]

Boufflers. Marie Antoinette [QM 11 Aug 1806 2.32]

British Officer, A On the Death of Major Andree [QG 5 Jul 1781 826]

Brown, M.A. Lessons on Repentance and other Poems [MV 5 Jun 1829 1.51]

Brown, W. A Song Written the 1st of January, 1776, the Day after the Attack of Quebec by the Rebels [QG 22 Aug 1776 573]

Burwell, Adam Hood. (See also E.)

Byron, Lord. Address by Lord Byron, Spoken by Mrs. Elliston, at the New Theatre Royal, Drury Lane [QM 23 Feb 1813 8.9]; Poetry To A Beautiful Quaker [MH 9 Oct 1813 2.102]; Song [MV 12 Jun 1829 1.53]; Unpublished Songs [MV 18 Aug 1829 2.13]

 




C

 
 

 

Caduceus. Arabic Poetry [QM 26 Jan 1805 1.4]; Oscar’s Tomb [QM 18 Nov 1806 2.46]

Caledoniensis. To my Pen [QG 25 Jan 1770 265]

Caledonius. "Pain'd with the weight, Britannia, of thy woes" [QG 8 May 1783 924]

Campbell, Thomas. Song [MH 26 Jan 1812 1.15]; The Last Man [MV 20 Nov 1829 2.40]

Candid, Jonathan. To Miss A.C.’s Card which appeared in your last paper [QM 16 Feb 1805 1.7] (Compare with A.C.’s The Card [QM 9 Feb 1805 1.6])

Careless. To Chloris [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]; To Thaliarchus [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Carlos. Lines [QM 10 Feb 1806 2.6]

Carolan. Erin’s Dying Bard [MV 18 Sep 1829 2.22]

Cary, Thomas. Occasional Prologue [QM 5 Jan 1805 1.1]

Caustick. The Fop [QM 16 Feb 1807 3.7]

C.B. (See also Cornwall Bayley) Bonaparte Solus [QM 30 Dec 1805 1.52]; Stanzas [QM 30 Dec 1805 1.52]; "The watery God, great Neptune lay" [QM 3 Feb 1806 2.5]

Celia Epitaph [QG 1 Feb 1787 1120]

Censor Dialogue: Supposed to have passed between Crito and his Friend, A [QG 10 Apr 1783 920]; To the Quebec Poet, On his late inimitable Performances [QG 20 Mar 1783 917]; Winter: An Ode [QG 5 Dec 1782 902] 

Chisholme, David. (See also D.)

Christiana. Sonnet to Spring [MH 24 Apr 1813 2.79]

Civis. An Elegy on the Death of his Excellency Sir Henry Moore, Baronet, Governor of New-York [QG 26 Oct 1769 252]

Clergyman at Aberdeen Tullochgorum [QG 19 April 1781 815]

Clio. On Music [QG 26 Nov 1778 691]

C.M. On hearing it remarked that no Englishman had, as yet, either attempted or improved on the Air Balloons, [QG 4 Nov 1784 1002]

Coleridge. Genevieve [MV 3 Jul 1829 1.59]

Conway. Norwegian Love Song [MV 16 Jun 1829 1.54]; Norwegian War Song [MV 16 Jun 1829 1.54]

Cornelia. The Gifts of Spring [MV 12 May 1829 1.44]; Thou Dying Year, Farewell! [MV 6 Jan 1829 1.8]

Cornu Copia. An Old Proverb [QM 25 Aug 1806 2.34]

Cowper. "FORC’D from home, and all its pleasures," [QG 21 January 1790 1276]; Heroism [QM 23 Oct 1809 5.43]; On A Dog, Called Beau, Killing A Young Bird [QM 13 Jun 1808 4.24];                                     

Croker, Secretary. Ode to the Duke of Wellington [MH 12 Nov 1814 4.158]

Croly, Rev. George. The Greek and the Turkman [MV 8 Sep 1829 2.19]

C.T.T. Lines to Marianne [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]

Cumberland, Richard. "Kemble, whilst thus you give us to behold" [QM 15 Jul 1811 7.28]

Cunningham. The Sheep and the Bramble Bush [QG 13 Oct 1766 93]

Cymro. Poetical version of a celebrated General's famous Dispatch, A [QM 4 Jan 1814 10.1]

 




D

 
 

 

D. (See also David Chisholme) A Double Entendre [QM 29 Aug 1808 4.35]; The Exile’s Complaint [MV 24 Mar 1829 1.30]; The Hero is Gone [MV 20 Mar 1829 1.29]; On Dreaming of My Departed Mother [MV 3 Apr 1829 1.33]; A Peter Pindaric Ode [QM 11 May 1805 1.19]

D.A. Song "What art thou Love, whose pow’r, unseen" [MH 21 May 1814 3.133]

Davidson, L.M. To A Lady [MV 29 May 1829 1.49]

Davisdon, Miss. The Last Flower of the Garden [MV 14 Aug 1829 2.12]

Dawson, Nancy. Balloon Song [QG 19 Aug 1784 991]

De Fonte To Miss C———on her working a Thread-Bag [18 Nov 1784 1004]

Dermody, Thomas. Expostulatory Lines, To a Friend. [QM 10 Aug 1805 1.32]; In a Cold Empty Garret [MV 6 Mar 1829 1.25]; Verses [MV 10 Mar 1829 1.26]

De F—te. Breach of Promise, The [QG 8 Sep 1785 1046]; On the Death of a Delectable Child [QG 12 July 1787 1143]

Desunt, Caetera. A Fragment [QG 12 Jun 1777 615]

D.F.—te Cantilenia [QG 10 Feb 1785 1016]

D.G. Epitaph on Doctor Goldsmih [QG 17 Dec 1778 694]

D—g G—r—d. On the Death of Lord Nelson [QM 3 Feb 1806 2.5]

Dibdin. A Giddy Girl’s Journal [QM 18 Nov 1806 2.46]; Epilogue to the Comedy of the School for [QM 12 May 1806 2.19]

Divertissant. Chanson Nouvelle [QG 28 Feb 1765 37]

D.M. The North-Highland and Volunteers [QG 15 Aug 1776 572]

Dodd. "The slightest of favours bestow’d by the fair" [QM 15 Jun 1805 1.24]

Dramaticus On the opening a Theatre in Quebec [QG 6 Mar 1783 915]

Dunicola. A Decree de Novo [QM 25 Jul 1808 2.30]

Durouvrai. A Son Excellence Mr. Guy Carlton [QG 27 Oct 1774 511]

Dux. To the Memory of Lieutenant-colonel Grant of the 40th Regiment [QG 12 Dec 1776 589]

 


E

 
 

 

E. (See also Adam Hood Burwell) "Heavy and sad was the warrior’s brow" [MV 3 Mar 1829 1.24]; Hue and Cry [QM 31 Mar 1805 2.13]; On the Concession of Catholic Emancipation [MV 19 Jun 1829 1.55]; The Patriot’s Lament for the Fall of his Country [MV 9 Jun 1829 1.52]; The Simile of J.J. Esqr. An Epigram [QM 2 Jun 1806 2.22]

Edwin. ( See also Joseph Howe) Ad Natale Solum [QM 16 Jun 1806 2.24]

E.G. On the much-lamented Death of the Right Hon. William Beckford, Esq; Lord Mayor of London [QG 18 Oct 1770 303]

Ego Sum. "Non il n’y a point de Commedie" [QG 8 Oct 1767 145]

Eliza New-Year's Day [QG 13 Jan 1785 1012]

Embury, Emma C. (See also Ianthe)

Emilius. A Tribute to the Memory of Korner [MV 15 Dec 1829 2.47]

Emma. Petition to Fashion [QM 18 Aug 1806 2.33]

Enemy To Duelling, An. Modern Heroes, The [QG 20 Jan 1780 751]

Estelle. Forgetfulness [MV 4 Dec 1829 2.44]

Ethicus. On Dr. Mabane's Country-house being accidentally consumed by Fire [QG 24 Apr 1783 922]

E.T.P. Air Balloon, The [QG 29 July 1784 988]

Everard. An Italian Scene [MV 13 Nov 1829 2.38]; The Young Dreamer [MV 3 Nov 1829 2.35]

 




F

 
 

 

F. For the Quebec Mercury [QM 10 Mar 1806 2.10]; Peace of Mind [MV 10 Jul 1829 2.2]

F.H. Epitaph on Miss Nancy Rowe [QG 5 July 1787 1142]

Fitzgerald, Lord Edward. Ireland [MV 9 Jan 1829 1.9]

Flavia. Reflections on the Death of his late Royal Highness the Duke of York [QG 7 Apr 1768 171]

Forten, Belmont. A Morning Address to the Deity [QG 12 Sep 1776 576];  An Occasional Prologue to a private play [QG 27 Mar 1777 604] Prologus in Adelphos [QG 26 Sep 1776 578] trans. "Would'st thou, my Love, amidst the din of Arms" [QG 20 Feb 1777 599]

Foy. "The sea gods all cry, in a transport of joy" [QM 13 Jan 1806 2.2]

Francesca, Julia. Lines on Capt. Fraser [QM 29 Apr 1807 Supplementary]

Frederick, King of Prussia. "Voltaire in sweet retirement laid" [QG 5 Nov 1778 688]

Friend, A. "Believe me Bell, I love but you" [QM 27 Apr 1807 3.17]

 


G

 
 

 

Galen "Forward, Janns, turn thy eyes," [QG 3 Feb 1785 1015] 

Garrick "“The painter dead, yet still he charms the eye;" [QM 17 Nov 1812 8.46]

G.J.L. Verses Adressed to My Ruling Genius [QG 21 Dec 1786 1114]

Gluepot, Jonathan. Communication [MH 2 Apr 1814 3.126]; To the Foreman of the Anti-Jacobin Reviewers [MH 12 Feb 1814 3.119]

Goldsmith. "Here lawns extend that scorn Arcadian pride" [QM 27 Jan 1806 2.4]

Goodwin, Catharine G. To Felicia Hemans [MV 17 Nov 1829 3.39]

Gould, H.F. Song of the Bees [MV 23 Oct 1829 2.32]

G.S——D. Lines Elegiac [QG 22 Oct 1778 686]

Gulliver. Impromptu [QM 9 Dec 1805 1.49]

 


H

 
 

 

H. The First of May [QM 4 May 1807 3.18]

Hafiz. An Expostulatory Ode to America [QM 30 Jan 1808 Extra]

Harp of the Isle. Rosalie [MV 15 Sep 1829 2.21]

Harwood, J.E. From the Author to his Mistress after refusal [QM 6 Mar 1809 5.10]

Hawes, William. Liberty.A Dream [QM 11 Jan 1814 10.2]

Hawkesworth. Hymn [MH 9 Nov 1811 1.4]

Hawley, Ma. The Fairest Land [MV 16 Oct 1829 2.30]

Hawley, William F. (See also W.F.H.) Extract [MV 8 May 1829 1.43]; The Lights of Life [MV 27 Feb 1829 1.23]; To Ella [MV 12 May 1829 1.44]

Helen. Retrospection [MV 20 Feb 1829 1.22]

Hemans. The Land of Dreams [MV 3 Mar 1829 1.24]; A Mother’s Love [MV 30 Dec 1828 1.6]; The Recall [MV 9 Jun 1829 1.52]; The Sleepless [MV 10 Feb 1829 1.18]; The Themes of Song [MV 20 Feb 1829 1.21]; Women and Fame [MV 17 Feb 1829 1.20]

Hemans, Felicia. The Angel’s Call [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]; The Hour of Death [MV 27 Oct 1829 2.33]; The Image of Death [MV 21 Jul 1829 2.5]; Lines to an Orphan [MV 11 Dec 1829 2.46]; The Nightingale’s Death Song [MV 27 Oct 1829 2.33]; The Summons [MV 25 Aug 1829 2.15]; The Voice of the Waves [MV 18 Dec 1829 2.48]

Hibernicus. Stanzas on the Death of Mrs. M.W. [MV 17 Jul 1829 2.4]; The Shamrock [MV 17 Mar 1829 1.28]

Hinda. Stanzas "There is a beauty in the high smooth air" [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]; Stanzas "’Tis not one gush of bitter tear" [MV 24 Jul 1829 2.6] 

H.L. Winter [QG 22 Jan 1778 647]

H.L.M. In Praise of Good Liquor [QG 18 Jun 1778 668]

H.M. "Quand un cordier, cordant, veut corder une corde" [QG 16 Nov 1769 255]

Hoadley. Song [QM 19 Jan 1807 3.3]

Hollings, J.F. Life’s Voyage [MV 11 Dec 1829 2.46]

Hologos, Chronon Hoton. Dignity of Human Nature; Or, A Panegyric Upon the World, The [QG 2 Dec 1790 1322]

Hood, T. The Doctors [MV 22 May 1829 1.47]

Hood, Thomas. The Spring Hunt [MV 10 Nov 1829 2.37]

Horace To Julius Florus [QG 9 Nov 1780 792]

Howard, Cardinal. The Character of a true Englishman [QG 2 Feb 1769 214]

Howe, Joseph. (See also Edwin)

H.S. The Dream [QG 12 Jul 1770 289]

 


I

 
 

 

Ianthe. (See also Emma C. Embury) The Minstrel’s Last Song [MV 21 Apr 1829 1.38]

Imprimis "With patience, I have read the wonderful wit," [QG 10 Apr 1783 920] 

Incognito. To Omicron [QM 23 Dec 1805 1.51]

Isaac. "Hark! the trumpet calls to battle" [MH 23 Apr 1814 3.129]

 




J

 
 

 

J. (See also John McPherson) Sonnet to an Infant Daughter [MV 17 Feb 1829 1.20]

J. Day An Address [QG 2 Mar 1786 1072]

J.F. "Go on my boys, proceed with care," [QG 27 Dec 1787 1167]

J— F—t. Scandal [QM 1 Dec 1806 1.48]

J.M. Stanzas on a Lady [MV 16 Dec 1828 1.2]

J.S.L. The Drooping Rose [MV 17 Mar 1829 1.28]

J.S.M. "Beneath the green turf, o’er a far distant billow" [MV 13 Feb 1829 1.19]

Juvenra. The Irish Volunteer [MV 12 May 1829 1.44]

 




K

 
 

 

Kemble "In early Greece, and in a barbarbous age," [QM 29 Jan 1810 6.5]

Kemble, Stephen. An Address In the Character of an English Tar [QM 6 Apr 1805 1.14]

Keogh, James. Melody—The Minstrel of Erin [MV 19 Jun 1829 1.55]; Melody, the Shamrock [MV 6 Mar 1829 1.25]

Khudde. Verses to a young Lady, on her going out into Life [QG 27 Sep 1764 15]

Kidd, Adam. (See also Sleivegalin and A.K.) A Fugitive Garland [MV 15 Dec 1829 2.47]; Apostrophe [MV 13 Oct 1829 2.29]; My Brother’s Grave [MV 20 Jan 1829 1.12]; My Irish Home [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]; Napoleon in Exile [MV 2 Jun 1829 1.50] The Canadian Girl [MV 17 Nov 1829 2.39]

King of Prussia. "Yet a few years, or days perhaps" [QG 11 Jul 1771 340]

 


L

 

 

 

Lady, A. Ænigma [QG 5 May 1768 175];  A Rebus [QG 17 Jul 1777 620]; On Chance [QG 13 Aug 1778 676]; To Prosperity [QG 28 Sep 1769 248]

Lake, J.W. Europe Sav’d—A Song [MH 3 Dec 1814 4.161]

Landon. From Miss Landon’s New Volume of Poetry [MV 1 Dec 1829 2.43]

Law, Jas. Sylvius. "Erin! the graceful, green, Atlantic Isle" [MV 10 Mar 1829 1.26]

Leggett, William. (See also William) Melody [MV 2 Jan 1829 1.7]

L.E.L. "Where, O, my spirit hastes thy flight" [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]

Libra Invitation to Astrea, An [QG 30 Sep 1784 997]

Libra Et Rationalis To Scorpio Pisces [QG 28 Oct 1784 1001] (Response to To Rationalis Anonymous [QG 21 Oct 1784 1000])

Little. Epistle to Lord Forbes, from Washington,
by Little
[QM 23 Aug 1814 10.34]

Louisa. Farewell to Departing Summer [MV 13 Nov 1829 2.38]

Lynceus. The Negroes [QG 21 Jun 1770 286]




M

 
 

 

M. A Humble Prayer [QG 5 Oct 1775 563]

M. Extemporary Lines, by a Lady, on being told that her
 
name had been aspersed
[QM 19 Apr 1814 10.16]

M. "Oh ask me not to waken" [MV 30 Oct 1829 2.34]

M. The Ladies Dress, a Receipt [QG 18 Dec 1777 642]

M. The Summer-Day [QG 18 Jun 1778 668]

M.A. Stanzas From the Italian [MV 1 Dec 1829 2.43]

Madison "Imperial Nap, whose nod, like Jove’s, is fate," [QM 1 Apr 1811 7.13]

Maria Verses Sent by a Lady to a Gentleman, with a Lock of her Hair, upon his leaving Quebec [QG 30 Sep 1784 997]

Marshall, T. The Hunted Stag [MV 18 Sep 1829 2.22]

Mayne, John. Our Kintry, Or, A Grave O’T! [QM 11 May 1805 1.19]

McPherson, John. (See also J.)

Mellon, Grenville. Napoleon [MV 13 Nov 1829 2.38]

Memento. On True Happiness [QG 12 Aug 1779 728]

Militarius Chelsea Pensioner, The [QG 13 May 1779 715]

Milton. Italian Sonnet [MV 17 Apr 1829 1.37]; Sonnet [MV 14 Apr 1829 1.36]

Montgomery, R. The Marriage Scene [MV 26 May 1829 1.48]

Moore, D. Columbus on First Beholding America [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]; The War Dance [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]

Moore, Thomas. A Ballad. The Lake of the Dismal Swamp [QM 3 Nov 1806 2.44]; Dead Man’s Island [QM 27 Oct 1806 2.43]; Erin [MV 19 Dec 1828 1.3]; Erin ma Vourneen [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]; Liberty [MH 5 Sep 1812 1.47]; Love and Reason [QM 15 Dec 1806 2.50]; The Rapids: A Canadian Boat Song [QM 18 May 1807 3.20]; Song [QM 9 Jan 1809 5.2]; The Torch of Liberty [MV 1 May 1829 1.41]; "When the spires of Quebec first open’d to view" [QM 10 Nov 1806 2.45]; "When I lov’d you, I can’t but allow" [QM 13 Jun 1808 4.24]; Write on, write on. A Ballad [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

Morgan, Lady. Dennis Hampson, the Last Bard of Erin [MV 6 Feb 1829 1.16]

Morris, Captain, The Elder. "Ease is the pray’r of him, who, in a whaleboat," [QM 8 Feb 1814 10.6]

M.S. Ode to Winter [QG 30 Dec 1779 748]

 




N

 
 

 

N. The Bout-Rimés proposed by three Ladies to an Old Man [QG 5 Oct 1775 560]

Napoleon [as claimed by the QM] From Emperor Napoleon to President Madison. An Impromptu  [QM 4 Mar 1811 7.9]

N.B. Dialogue Between a Satirist and an Author, A [QG 27 Mar 1783 918]

NIM. Reason for Thick Ancles [QM 12 Apr 1814 10.15]

Norna. Doom [MV 2 Oct 1829 2.26]; "Where had thy war-host, oh Israel! Fled" [MV 30 Jan 1829 1.15]

N.W. "Like a Newton sublimely he soared" [QM 7 Sep 1805 1.36]

 




O

 
 

 

O’Keefe, (Mr.). The Little Town, A Song [QM 12 Jan 1805 1.2]

Olivia. The Dilemma [QM 22 Sep 1806 2.38]

Omicron. A Fable [QM 7 Oct 1805 1.42]; The Happy Change. [QM 17 Aug 1805 1.33]; The Horse and Ass [QM 23 Dec 1805 1.51]; The Moon and Dogs [QM 4 Nov 1805 1.44; QM 11 Nov 1805 1.45; QM 25 Nov 1805 1.47; QM 2 Dec 1805 1.48; QM 9 Dec 1805 1.49]; To the Editor of the Mercury [QM 23 Dec 1805 1.51]

O.O. To Chloe during absence [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Orleans, Regent Duke of. Anacreontic (Trans. Earl of Chatham) [QM 29 Jun 1805 1.26]

Oxford. A Speech to be Sung or Said [MV 17 Apr 1829 1.37]

 




P

 
 

 

P*** On the Centannary Commemoration of the Glorious Revolution in England, of 1688 [QG 2 Apr 1789 1233] 

Pasquin. Lines on the Lawyer’s Corps Being Driven from the Temple Church on the Fast Day by Smoky Chimnies [QM 9 Jun 1806 2.23]

Pauperculus Ye men of souls, mortals of finer clay, [QG 2     July 1789 1247]

Pauvres, Les "Charitables Humains, Citoyens Vertueux," [QG 25 June 1789 1246]

Perov. O Nancy Wilt Thou Go With Me?— [QM 20 Oct 1806 2.42]

Peyton, Jos. "Il faut rire, mias d’un ris si sage" [QG 14 Apr 1768 172]

Philanthrope. The following Lines were occasioned by the Death of Mr. John Aitkin, a Gentleman sincerely mourn’d by most of his acquaintance [QG 3 Oct 1776 579]

Philo-Buffo "When Satire rais’d her keen correcting head," [QM 9 Mar 1812 8.10]

Philonicus. Translation of the Latin Ode inserted in our Last [QG 9 Nov 1769 254]

Pierce. Commemorative [QM 16 Mar 1807 3.11]

Planche, T.R. The lady of Kienast Tower,—a legend of the Riesengebirge [MV 28 Jul 1829 2.7]

Plus Minus "What blazing meteor, what foreboding star," [QM 5 Apr 1814 10.14]

P.M.W. Music [MV 9 Jan 1829 1.9]

Poetaster. L’Inconnue [QG 7 Dec 1769 258]

Poeticus. Jupiter and Alcmena [QG 10 Dec 1778 694]

Poeticus. Jupiter and Europa [QG 10 Dec 1778 693]

Pope. The Bachelor’s Reasons for taking a Wife [QG 28 Jun 1770 287]

Pope, A. To the Writer of the Lines in the Herald N°14. On some Verses that appeared in the Quebec Gazette N°1227 [QG 5 March 1789 1229]

Pope, Alexander. A Farewell to London in the Year 1714. [QM 21 Apr 1806 2.16]; "Say, why are beauties prais’d and honour’d most?" [QG 14 Jun 1770 285]

Praed. Charade [MV 11 Dec 1829 2.46]

Proteus. Love [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]; "Oh, prize thou not too fond, too high" [MV 17 Nov 1829 3.39]; Thanksgiving [MV 22 Dec 1829 2.49]; The Story [QM 17 Feb 1806 2.7] 

Prudens qui Patiens. "Corporis exigui, sed magni est nominis Author" [QG 23 May 1765 49]

Punctum Saliens. Coronation Fuss [QM Feb 2 1805 1.5]

Pye, Henry James. Ode for His Majesty’s Birthday, 1807 [QM 24 Aug 1807 3.34]

 




Q

 
 

 

Q. Communication [MH 30 Jan 1813 2.67]; "Dear Mr. Gray, as I’m a poet" [MH 9 Jan 1813 2.64]; "It may amuse folks in the country" [MH 16 Jan 1813 2.65]

Quables, Francis. "False world, thou ly’st: thou canst not lend" [MV 1 Dec 1829 2.43]

Quebecensis. Edict of Napoleon [QM 25 Aug 1806 2.34]; Modern Holland [QM 8 Sep 1806 2.36]

Quidam On the Reigning Quebec Epidemic [QM 23 Mar 1812 8.12]

Quiz. From the French [QM 21 Mar 1808 4.12]; To Philo-Buffo Quiz [QM 16 Mar 1812 8.11]

 




R

 
 

 

Rationalis On reading the Lines in the last Gazette [QG 14 Oct 1784 999] (Response to Scorpio Piscis' Extempore, on reading Libra's Invitation, to Astrea in the last Gazette, by a Member of the Anti-quarian Society [QG 7 Oct 1784 998])

Rob Roy. Song [MV 27 Feb 1829 1.23]

Rose, George. "I vow to God, (said old George Rose)" [QM 11 Jan 1808 4.2]

Rushton, E. Blindness [QG 2 Nov 1811 3]

Rusticus. "Myriads of mortals cover this wide earth" [QM 6 Apr 1805 1.14]; Summer [QM 22 Jul 1805 1.30]

 




S

 
 

 

S. On Envy [QG 18 Feb 1779 703]

Salomon Du Nord, Le Etrennes Du Garçon qui porte la Gazette De Quebec au Pratiques [QG 7 Jan 1779 697]

Sans Gene To the writer of Q.F. and B.M.B. [QM 16 Mar 1812 8.11]

Scorpio Piscis. Extempore, on reading Libra's Invitation, to Astrea in the last Gazette, by a Member of the Anti-quarian Society [QG 7 Oct 1784 998] (For responses see [QG 14 Oct 1784 999] [QG 21 Oct 1784 1000] and [QG 28 Oct 1784 1001])

Scotia "These festive times, I write these lines," [QM 26 Dec 1815 11.52]

Scott, W. esq. Extracts from "The Field of Waterloo," By W. Scott, esq. To Bonaparte [QM 13 Feb 1816 12.7]

Scott, Walter. The Cypress Tree [MH 25 Sep 1813 2.101]; Zaragoza [MH 9 Nov 1811 1.4];Further stanzas from Scott's Vision of Don Roderick [QM 28 Oct 1811 7.43]; " Grey Royalty, grown impotent of toil," [QM 21 Oct 1811 7.42] 

Scourge, Dunce's Fate, The [QG 20 Mar 1783 917]

Sentiment, Sylvanus. Anecdote—Versified [QM 31 Oct 1808 4.44]

Shepherd, Rev. W. Epigram from the Greek Anthology [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

Sheridan, R.R. Lines [MV 21 Apr 1829 1.38]; Song [MV 27 Feb 1829 1.23]

S——h, J——w. On Avarice [QG 28 Aug 1777 626]

S.J. The Mistake: A Fact [QM 18 Nov 1806 2.46]

Sleivegalin. (See also Adam Kidd)

Snail, Jack. Of all the Sports that can be found [QG 14 Jan 1768 159]

Soldier, A. "Virtue (in Rags) sits in a secret Place" [QG 23 Feb 1767 112]

Spence, Joseph. And thou, Saxonia’s brightest ornament, [QM 9 Jul 1816 12.28]

Spencer, W.R. "His suppliant looks, as prone he fell" [QM 30 Mar 1807 3.13]; Song [QM 10 Aug 1805 1.32]

Sprague. The News [MV 13 Oct 1829 2.29]; The Press [MV 13 Oct 1829 2.29]

Stanhope, The Earl of. Verses [QM 2 Mar 1805 1.9]

Stella. Stella's Soliloquy [QG 3 Dec 1778 692]

Stock, J.E. The Coronation of Bonaparte [QM 6 Feb 1809 5.6]

Susan. Lines to the Memory of the Immortal Nelson [QM 14 Jul 1806 2.28]

Swift, Edmund L. From the Pen of Mr. Edmund L. Swift [QM 3 Dec 1816 12.49]

Symmons, Caroline. The Blighted Rose-Bud [QM 25 Jul 1808 4.30]; The Flower Girl’s Cry [QM 25 Jul 1808 4.30]

 




T

 
 

 

T. The Sermon without End [QG 5 Oct 1775 560]

T.A.J. "These wretches now announce hostility" [MH 9 Jul 1814 3.140]

T.D. To D.D. [QG 3 Mar 1785 1019]

T.G. The Lion and the Fox. A Fable [QG 7 Jun 1770 284]; On the Death of the Right Hon. William Beckford, Esq; late Lord Mayor of the City of London [QG 18 Oct 1770 303]

T.H. Night. An Ode [QG 16 Nov 1769 255]

Thompson"“Ah’ little think the gay, whom pleasure," [QM 17 Jan 1815 11.3]; "—————— when ruffian Force" [QM 30 Sep 1811 7.39]

Toleration. To the Writer who signs himself a Bigot in the Herald  [QG 12 March 1789 1230]

Toper, Sam. The Resolve [MV 27 Jan 1829 1.14]

T.R. To a Conceited Author [QG 7 Jun 1770 284]

T.R.M. Elegy. By a Subaltern Officer in Cantonment at Portugal [QM 14 Oct 1811 7.41]

Tugmutton, Timothy. The Way to get Married [QM 1 Jun 1805 1.22]

Twiss, Horace. Who has not felt, how growing use endears [QM 17 Nov 1812 8.46]

Typographicus, Dæmon. Epitaph on George Faulkner, Printer, and Alderman of the city of Dublin  [QG 19 Sep 1776 577]

Tyro. Modern Tea Drinking [QG 12 Feb 1778 650]

 




U

 
   

V

 
 

 

Van Dyk, Harry Stoe. Will You Come Where the Sweet Brier Grows? [MV 28 Jul 1829 2.7]

Vetula EpigramFor the Mercury [QM 9 Mar 1812 8.10]

Victor, Benjamin. An Ode [QG 17 Oct 1776 581]; An Ode [QG 5 Aug 1779 727]

Voltaire. Epigram [QM 22 Dec 1806 2.51]; Ode [QG 9 Feb 1769 215]

Vorosmarty. The Lovely Maid a Magyar Ballad [MV 30 Oct 1829 2.34]

 


W

 
 

 

Warton Ode for His Majesty's Birth-Day, June 4, 1787 [QG 6 Sep 1787 1151]

W.C.G. Life’s Hours [MV 16 Jan 1829 1.11]

Weston, Jos. A Tribute to the Memory of the Right Hon. W. Pitt & Viscount Nelson [QM 5 May 1806 2.18]

Wetmore, P.M. An Appeal [MV 2 Oct 1829 2.26]

W.F.H. (See also William F. Hawley) Hope [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]; The Sea-Nymphs Song [MV 23 Dec 1828 1.4]; Serenade [MV 30 Dec 1828 1.6]; To Mr. J.T.—On the Death of his Son [MV 19 May 1829 1.46]

W.G.C. Autumn Thoughts [MV 8 Dec 1829 2.45]

White, Kirke. The Shipwrecked Solitary’s Song [MV 5 Jun 1829 1.51]

Whitehead. Ode for his Majesty’s Birth-day, June 4, 1773 [QG 4 Nov 1773 460]

Whitehead. Ode for his Majesty’s Birth-day, June 4, 1778 [QG 19 Sep 1778 681]

Whitehead, William. Ode for the New-Year, Jan. 1, 1776 [QG 22 Aug 1776 573]

Wild Irish. To a Lady who distinguishes a Gentleman by the Name of, The Irishman [QG 2 Mar 1767 113]

William. (See also William Leggett)

Wilson, Mrs. Cornwall Baron. One Hour With Thee! [MV 11 Aug 1829 2.11]

W.O. old Batchelor's Reflections on Matrimony, An [QG 16 Nov 1780 793]

Wolfe, Rev. Charles. Song [MV 19 Dec 1828 1.3]

Wordsworth, W. A Prophecy [MH 26 Jun 1813 2.88]

W.S. The Emigrant’s Grave [QM 28 Oct 1805 1.43]; Impromptu. On the Victory gained at Chateugay, by 300 Canadians, over-near 8000 Americans. [QM 3 Dec 1816 12.49]

W.X.Y.Z. To Fashionable Ladies [QM 13 Apr 1805 1.15]

Wynne, J.H. Ode on his Majesty's Birth-day, June 4, 1778 [QG 8 Oct 1778 684]

 


XYZ

 
 

 

X.B. "With seemliest dirge to soothe thine ear" [QM 13 Oct 1806 2.41]

Yankee, A. Impromptu [QM 9 Feb 1807 3.6

Y. Z. The Apotheosis of the Reverend Doctor——. [QG 24 Sep 1767 143]

 




Anonymous

 
 

 

Absence [MV 6 Oct 1829 2.27]

Acrostic [QG 25 Mar 1779 708]

Acrostic [QG 27 Feb 1783 914]

Acrostic, An [QG 28 Jan 1779 700]

Acrostic, An [QG 18 Mar 1779 707]

Acrostick, An [QG 17 Oct 1765 70]

Address, The [QM 25 Jun 12.26]

Address on opening the Amatuer Theatre, at Point Frederick, with the play of The Poor Gentleman [QM 15 Mar 1814 10.11]

Address to the Beaver Club [MH 26 Nov 1814 4.160]

Address to the Departed [MV 23 Jun 1829 1.56]

Addrest to Major Gen. Sir Charles Imhoff, [QM 7 Mar 1815 11.10]

Adieu, An [MV 30 Jan 1829 1.15]

Adventures of a Halfpenny, The [QG 23 May 1778 664]

Adventures of a Halfpenny, The [QG 28 May 1778 665 (continued from no. 664)]

Adventures Swampt: A Tale, The [QM 13 Aug 1808 Extra]

Advice to a Lady [QG 22 Nov 1770 307]

Advice to the Gentlemen [QG 23 Apr 1778 660]

Ætas 64 [QM 24 Jul 1809 5.30]

Ah! must I always Stella love [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

A L’Auteur de la Chanson dans la derniere Gazette, sur le m’eme Air [QG 21 Apr 1768 173]

A L'Imperatrice de Russie. Sur l'Air, Ton humeur est Catherine [QG 1 Apr 1784 971] (See [QG 8 Apr 1784 972] for a continuation)

A L'Imprimeur [QG 15 Aug 1776 572]

A L'Imprimeur [QG 29 Jan 1789 1224]

America. An Elegy [QG 30 May 1782 874]

American Policy. Bonaparte vs. United States [QM 12 Nov 1810 6.46]

Amusements in Winter [QG 9 Dec 1779 745]

Anathema, The [QM 14 Jan 1811 7.2]

anatomical EPITAPH on an Invalid, written by himself, An [QG 15 Feb 1770 268]

Anecdote of Dean Swift [QG 19 Feb 1778 651]

A New Song: On the Rebels Attempting to Storm Quebec, between four and six o'Clock in the Morning, the 31st of December, 1775 [QG 15 Aug 1776 572]

Another [QM 22 Dec 1806 2.51]

Another Translation [QG 5 Oct 1775 560]

Ape, The [QG 30 Nov 1775 568]

Apology, An [QM 18 Jan 1808 4.3]

Appointment Disappointed! Or, Von Schlemmer, and "Pot Luck." [QM 15 Oct 1810 6.42]

April Morning, The, A Poem [QG 26 Apr 1781 816]

"Arise, ye sons of Canada, arise," [QM 19 Feb 1810 6.8]

Army, The [QM 11 Mar 1811 7.10]

Art of Printing: A Poem, The [QG 9 Feb 1769 215]

Asiatic Eclogue [QG 12 Nov 1778 689]

"As late, the King of Terrors stalk’d around," [QG 5 Jan 1786 1063]

A Son Honneur le Lieutenant-Governeur Henri Hamilton. Sur son départ pour Londres [QG 3 Nov 1785 1054]

Ass among the Horses, The. A Fable [QG 14 Feb 1788 1174]  

A Son Excellence Monseigneur Guy Carleton, Capitaine-général et Gouveneur en Chef de la Province de Quebec, &c., &c., &c. [QG 8 Aug 1776 571]

"At length the dark clouds that so long hid our sky," [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

"At sad Britannia’s feet, proud Vict’ry laid" [QM 1 May 1809 5.18]

At the Request of a Female Reader [MH 30 Jan 1813 2.67]

Augustus Britannicus: To his Son [QG 3 Aug 1769]

Author’s apology for knocking out his Printer’s teeth, An [QM 13 Jun 1808 2.24]

Autumn [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]

"Avec ardeur tu défendras" [QG 28 January 1790 1277]

Avis aux Generaux [QG 22 Mar 1770 273]

 

Bachelor’s Soliloquy, The [QM 9 Mar 1805 1.10]; [MV 24 Apr 1829 1.39]

Ballad [MV 17 Nov 1829 2.39]

Ballad, A "The drum 'the signal to prepare,' was beating" [QM 21 Jul 1806 2.29]

Banks of Avon, The [QG 12 Nov 1778 690]

Barons, The [QM 20 Apr 1805 1.16 (Act 1)], [QM 20 Apr 1805 1.16 (Act 2)], [QM 27 April 1805 1.17 (Act 3)], [QM 4 May 1805 1.18 (Act 4)], [QM 11 May 1805 1.19 (Act 5)], [QM 18 May 1805 1.20]

Battle of Talavera [QM 12 Feb 1810 6.7]

Battle of Waterloo, The [QM 19 Dec 1815 11.51]

Battle Song of a Grecian Soldier’s Lady [MV 20 Nov 1829 2.40]

Beacon, The [MH 22 Feb 1812 1.19]

"Behold, involv’d in clouds in gloom" [MH 2 Jul 1814 3.139]

"Behold us 'one and indivisible!'" [QM 28 Jul 1806 2.30]

Being a new Song to the Tune of  "You're Welcome to our Town" [QG 27 Jan 1785 1014]

Belles, The [QM 19 Jan 1807 3.3]

Bibo, and the Shoulder of Mutton [QM 30 Nov 1807 3.48]

BION IDYL 3 [QG 15 Feb 1770 268]

Birds [MV 18 Dec 1829 2.48]

Blessings of Non-Intercourse, The [QM 7 Jan 1811 7.1]

Blighted Heart, The [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

Blind Beggar, The [MH 28 Dec 1811 1.11]

Blue Banners with a Green Border [MV 16 Dec 1828 1.2]

Bonaparte at Play [QM 18 Sep 1809 5.38]

Bonaparte in Love [QM 4 May 1805 1.18]

Bon Mot [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Bower of Bliss, The [MV 22 Sep 1829 2.23]

Bridal Serenade [MV 10 Jul 1829 2.2]

Britannia’s Consolation for the Loss of Her Immortal Nelson [QM 3 Mar 1806 2.9]

British Muse, No. I, The. Pains of Reflection [QG 11 Feb 1779 702]

British Muse, No. II, The. A Simile. On seeing the Falls of Montmorenci [QG 25 Feb 1779 704 (cf. # 702)]

British Muse, N° III, The. The Social Thought; or the Tea-pot resigned [QG 25 Mar 1776 708]

British Muse, N° IV, The. Elegy on the unfortunate Death of Mira. [QG 24 Jun 1779 721]

British Muse, N° V, The. The Lover's Complaint and Resolution  [QG 18 Nov 1779 742]

British Muse, N° VII, The. Hymn on the New-Year 1780 [QG 13 Jan 1779 750]

British Muse, N° VIII, The. The prevailing Toast in a Bumper [QG 15 Jun 1780 772]

British Muse, N° IX, The. The Montreal Fantaisie, Or, Jerusalem Magician. A Hint to a Friend. [QG 4 April 1782 865]  

Broken Promise, The [MV 6 Jan 1829 1.8]

Broken-Hearted, The [MV 16 Oct 1829 2.30]

Burlesque imitation of enchanted Pastoral, A [QM 26 May 1806 2.21]

"But dese English have got sich a dam vay of fighting" [QM 10 Aug 1805 1.32]

"But hark! what notes of glory strike my ear" [MH 3 Oct 1813 1.51]

Butterfly, The [MV 23 Oct 1829 2.32]

 

Caesar Outdone, or the Modern Conqueror [QM 3 Aug 1813 9.31]

Canadian Gratitude [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

Canadian Patriot’s Hymn, The [MH 15 Oct 1814 3.154]

Canadian Volunteers [QM 15 Mar 1814 10.11]

Cantilenia Imitated [QG 17 Feb 1785 1017] (Compare to D.F—te's Cantilenia [QG 10 Feb 1785 1016]

Can years of suffering be repaid [MV 27 Mar 1829 1.31]

Captive, The [MH 29 Aug 1812 1.46]

Carrier's Wish, The [QM 2 Feb 1813 9.5]

Case of Conscience, A [QM 17 Apr 1806 2.14]; [QM 22 Dec 1806 2.51]

Cause of Inconstancy, The [QG 2 Dec 1784 1006] 

Cautious Luke [QM 18 Nov 1811 7.46]

Ceremony of giving a Veil to a Nun, The [QG 6 Dec 1764 25]

Changes [MV 7 Jul 1829 2.1]

Chanson de Franc-Maçon [QG 8 Mar 1770 271]

Chanson Nouvelle! Toute Nouvelle! [QG 14 Apr 1768 172]

Chanson sur les Electionsair du haut en bas [QG 24 May 1792 1402]

Charon and Bonaparte [QM 29 Feb 1808 4.9]

Childe Harold’s Last Pilgrimage [MV 4 Sep 1829 2.18]

Chimney-Sweeper, The [QG 25 Jun 1778 669]

Chinese Dinner, The [QM 16 Dec 1805 1.50]

Choice, The [QG 17 Sep 1767 142]

Church Militant, The [MV 27 Mar 1829 1.31]

Claire Encore! [MV 14 Aug 1829 2.12]

Clare Election Songs No. 1 O’Connell In Ennystimon [MV 22 Sep 1829 2.23]

Clare Election Songs O’Connell in Clare [MV 25 Sep 1829 2.24]

Close of the Year, The [QG 30 Dec 1779 748]

Colin and the Doctor [QM 29 Jun 1805 1.26]

Colin, a Pastoral, on the Death, and in Imitation of Mr. Cunningham [QG 7 Nov 1776 584]

Comical Transformation, The [QG 16 Jan 1767 108]

Communicated [MH 9 Jul 1814 3.140]

Communication [MH 23 Jul 1814 3.142]

Communication [MH 13 Aug 1814 3.145]

Communication [QM 7 Mar 1815 11.10]

Complaint of Sotades, The Athenian, The [QM 9 Nov 1807 3.45]

Compliment, The [QM 31 Mar 1806 2.13]

Conclusion of the Convention [QG 20 Jun 1771 337]

Conference, The [QG 16 Feb 1786 1070]

Confession, The [QM 22 Dec 1806 2.51]

Conseil Tenu par Jupiter [QG 28 Nov 1776 587 (cf. no. 584)]

Conscience [MH 4 Jan 1812 1.12]

Consolation to splendor shorn of pow’r [QM 21 Feb 1815 11.8]

Consultation, The [QG 7 May 1778 662]

Contented Shepard, The [QG 2 April 1778 657]

Contrast, Or the Vine and the Myrtle Wreath, The [MH 27 Aug 1814 3.147]

Coquette, The [MV 6 Oct 1829 2.27]

Corsica. An Ode [QG 12 Oct 1769 250]

Country Life preferred, The [QG 26 Jul 1770 291]

Cousins [MV 14 Jul 1829 2.3]

Cruce Dignus, Epitaph [QM 14 Jun 1814 10.24]

Cumberland Club Triumph, The [MV 13 Jan 1829 1.10]

Cure for the Gout, The [QM 19 Jan 1805 1.3]

Curious Painter’s Bill [MH 15 Feb 1812 1.18]

Cushlamarchee [MH 6 Jun 1812 1.34]

 

Dance of the Heavens; or Music of the Spheres, The. A Contemplative View of the Solar or Copernican System [QG 15 Jan 1784 960]

Days of my youth! ye have glided away [MH 22 Aug 1812 1.45]

Dead Mother, The [MV 17 Jul 1829 2.4]

Dead Soldier, The [MV 13 Nov 1829 2.38]

Dearborn's Campaign, A Song [QM 8 Dec 1812 8.49]

Death and the Man of Reason A Fable [QG 6 Apr 1786 1077]

Departing Comet, The [MH 15 Feb 1812 1.18]

Departure of the Swallow, The [MV 29 Dec 1829 2.51]

"Descend, Urania, and inspire my Verse" [QG 23 Nov 1769 256]

Description de la Premiere Passion qui entre dans le Coeur d'une Jeune Vierge. Tirées "D'esquisses des vies et écrits des Dames de France. [QG 23 Nov 1780 794]

Description of the First Passion in the Heart of a Young Virgin, A. From "Sketches of the Lives and Writings of the Ladies of France." [QG 23 Nov 1780 794]

Devil's Walk, The [QM 12 Apr 1814 10.15]

Dexterous Evasion, The [QM 16 Dec 1805 1.50]

Dialogue, A [QG 21 Nov 1782 900]

Dick’s Change [QM 4 May 1805 1.18]

Dick Strype, Or, the Force of Habit. A Tale [QM 10 Mar 1806 2.10]

"Di'cord hence thy Torch resign," [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

difference between an advance and a retreat, according to NAPOLEON the GREAT, The [QM 4 May 1813 9.18]

Disappointed Visitors; Or, The Three Progessions in Tribulation, The [QG 28 Dec 1786 1115]

Disconsolate Lover’s Lamentation, The [QM 2 Mar 1805 1.9]

Discours de Jupiter [QG 9 Jan 1777 593 (cf. no. 587)]

Dog and Ape, The. A Fable [QG 19 Feb 1784 965]

Dog and the Elbow, The [QM 16 Mar 1805 1.11]

Dog and the Shadow, The [QG 16 Nov 1775 566]

Donald McDonald [QM 13 Apr 1805 1.15]

Drury Lane [QM 26 Nov 1816 12.48]

dry, dull, drowsy Bachelor surveys, The [QG 16 Mar 1767 115]

 

Ear Boring [QM 5 Oct 1807 3.40]

Ecce Homo [QG 5 April 1787 1129]

Ecce iterum Anacreon [QG 2 Nov 1769 253]

Eclogue [QG 16 Mar 1786 1074]

Editorial response to A Poetical Wellcome [QG 31 Oct 1776 583]

"Eh quoi! vous voulez que je chante" [QG 23 Mar 1767 116]

"Eighteen hundred and thirteen" [MH 31 Dec 1813 2.104]

Ejaculation proper for the Times, An [QG 10 Aug 1769 241]

Elegy [MH 13 Mar 1813 2.73]

Elegy [QG 2 Feb 1786 1068]

Elegy [QG 9 March 1786 1073]

Elegy [QG 1 February 1787 1120]

Elegy, occasioned by the Death of a Lady [QG 21 Jan 1768 160]

Elegy on the Death of Vandango, kill’d in the midst of his Career to Glory [QG 5 Jul 1764 3]

Eloge de la Pipe [QG 17 Sep 1767 142]

Emperor Nap, The [QM 1 Jun 1805 1.22]

Enamoured Shoe-Black Wench, The [QG 5 Sep 1776 575] 

English Padlock, The [QG 15 Dec 1768 207]

Enigme [QG 2 Aug 1764 7]

Enigme [QG 21 Feb 1765 36]

Enigme [QG 25 Jun 130]

Enigme [QG 16 Jul 133]

Enigme [QG 17 1767 142]

Enigme [QG 5 May 1768 175]

Enigme [QG 5 May 1768 178]

Enigme [QG 1 Jan 1789 1220]

Enigme [QG 8 Jan 1789 1221]

Entrennes Du Garçon qui porte la Gazette de Québec Aux Pratiques [QG 4 Jan 1787 1116]

Entrennes Du Garçon qui porte la Gazette de Québec Aux Pratiques [QG 7 Jan 1790 1274]

Etrennes Du Garçon qui porte la Gazette de Quebec aux Pratiques [QG 6 Jan 1780 749]

Etrennes Du Garçon qui porte la Gazette De Quebec Aux Pratiques [QG 3 Jan 1793 1435]

Epigram, An. "Brave ROGERS, on the ocean," [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

Epigram, An. "What better reason can you guess," [QM 25 Aug 1812 8.34]

Epigram, Addressed to the Reformers in the year 1793 by Thomas Adney [QM 10 Dec 1816 12.50]

Epigram "At a tavern one night" [QM 26 Jan 1807 3.4]

Epigram "At a tavern one night," [QM 20 Jan 1812 8.3]

Epigram "Belinda has such wond’rous charms," [QG 9 November 1786 1108]

Epigram "Brisk Janet agreed with soft Lubin to wed" [QM 9 Jun 1806 2.23]

Epigram "Cries Doctor Slop, elated with his skill" [QM 15 Dec 1806 2.50]

Epigram "Frank, who will any friend supply" [QM 14 Dec 1807 3.50]

Epigram From the Latin on a man who loved a one eyed life [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Epigram "Had those who’ve philosophy fathom’d, in vain" [QM 15 Jun 1805 1.24]

Epigram Impartial Justice [QM 18 May 1807 3.20]

Epigram on a Physician being called out of Church [QM 9 Mar 1805 1.10]

Epigram On being advised to Marry [QM 20 Apr 1807 3.16]

Epigram on Bonaparte’s Coronation with the Crown of Lombardy [QM 3 Mar 1806 2.9]

Epigram "Poor Peter was harrass’d by fever and gout" [QM 5 May 1806 2.18]

Epigram "A Sailor, having been sentenced to the Cat of nine Tails; when tied, ready for punishment, spoke the following Lines to his Commander, who had an aversion to a Cat" [QM 3 Aug 1805 1.31]

Epigram "Sylvia her gambling nephew chides" [QM 12 May 1806 2.19]

Epigram "To-day man’s drest in gold and silver light" [MH 2 Nov 1811 1.3]

Epigram "What recompense, my lady wife" [QM 4 Aug 1806 2.31]

Epigram "When quacks as quacks may, by good luck to be sure" [QM 29 Dec 1806 2.52]

Epigram "When seventy (as ’tis sometimes seen)" [QM 28 Oct 1805 1.43]

Epigram "When we’ve nothing to dread from the law’s sternest frowns" [QM 16 Feb 1807 3.7]

Epigram "With folded hands, and lifted eyes" [QM 26 Dec 1808 4.52]

Epigram "A woman once, as it is sung" [MH 26 Oct 1811 1.2]

Epilogue "My Tutor lately on this question hit" [MH 13 Jun 1812 1.35]

Epilogue To The New Comedy of "Hearts of Oak" [QM 25 May 1805 1.21]

Epistle to Miss C—— N——n, An [QM 5 Jan 1807 3.1]

Epitaph, An [QG 12 Sep 1776 576]

Epitaph on a Black Smith [QG 12 Dec 1776 589]

Epitaph on a Lady lately deceased [QG 19 Jul 1781 828]

Epitaph On a Monument lately erected in Horsley Down church, in Cumberland [QM 7 Mar 1808 4.10]

Epitaph On the Miss T - - - - RS. [QG 9 Mar 1786 1073]

Epitaph on Mr. John Aitkin [QG 3 Oct 1776 579]

Epitaph on a Nobleman [QG 3 Oct 1776 580]

Epitaph On a Terrier, lately deceased [QM 5 Mar 1816 12.10]

Epitaph upon a Sailor [12 August 1779 728]

Epitaphe [QG 10 Nov 1774 513]

Epitaphe [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

Etrennes du Garcon qui porte la Gazette aux Pratiques [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

Etrennes Du Garçon qui porte la Gazette de Quebec aux Pratiques [QG 6 Jan 1780 749]

Etrennes Du Garçon qui porte la Gazette De Quebec Aux Pratiques [QG 3 Jan 1788 1168]

Etienne's Du Garçon qui porte la Gazette De Quebec Aux Pratiques [QG 1 Jan 1789 1220]

Etrennes [QG 1 Jan 1778 644]

Evening Soliloquy for the Season, An [QG 24 December 1789 1272]

Example—From Coxe [QM 10 Nov 1806 2.45]

Extempore, Addressed to a young Lady who had sent a Present of some Preserves [QM 30 Apr 1810 6.18]

Extract from  a New-Year's Ode of a Connecticut Printer's Devil [QG 15 Mar 1793 1393]

Extract of a letter from Rome, March 6 [QG 7 Aug 1788 1199]

Extraordinary Ode to an Extraordinary Man, on an Extraordinary Occasion, An [QG 10 Nov 1766 97]

 

Fable, A [QG 21 Dec 1780 798]

Fable of the Dog and the Sheep, The [QM 3 Aug 1805 1.31]

Fable, La Mouch et le Taureau [MH 23 Jul 1814 3.142]

"Faction avaunt—if Faction dare appear" [QM 19 Sep 1808 4.38]

Faction, The [MH 26 Nov 1814 4.160]

Fair One Whom I Mean, The [MV 11 Sep 1829 2.20]

Fall of the Leaf, The [MH 1 May 1813 2.80]

Falls of Montmorency, The [QG 3 Jul 1777 618]

Farewell, The [QG 29 Aug 1776 574]

"“Farewell, a long farewell to all my greatness!" [QM 12 Apr 1814 10.15]

"“Farewell the tranquil mind,—" [QM 13 Jul 1813 9.28]

Fashionable’s unfashionable defence, A [QM 16 Mar 1812 8.11]

Fatal Interview, The [QM 19 Mar 1810 6.12]

Fate of Gaming, The. A Tale [QG 8 Jul 1779 723]

Favourite Amusement, A [QG 11 Nov 1773 461]

Fidelity [QG 27 Jul 1769 239]

"Fled! fled the Mirth that cheer’d Hibernia’s Shore" [QG 13 Jun 1771 336]

Flower of Strath Clyde, The [MH 10 Dec 1814 4.162]

following Lines were made on two agreeable young Ladies, as they were ironing their Linen, The [QG 8 Feb 1770 267]

following toast was lately given at a festival in London, The [QM 10 Aug 1805 1.32]

Folly triumphant, Address'd to the Ladies [QG 19 Dec 1776 590]

Forget Me Not, The Sailor’s Song [MV 28 Apr 1829 1.40]

For the King's Birth-Day [QG 4 June 1789 1243]

For the Queen's Birth-Day [QG 20 Jan 1785 1013]

Fortune-Hunters, The [QG 19 Sep 1776 577]

Fragment of a Dream [QG 31 Aug 1780 783]

"Fraught with red wrath, the flaming meteor glows" [QM 19 Oct 1807 3.42]

Friendship, as commonly found and understood [QG 23 Feb 1769 217]

"Friendship thou sweetest name," [QG 13 Mar 1783 916]

"Friz me no more—I cannot bear" [QM 18 Jul 1808 4.29]

From Giudiccioni’s Sonnet to the City of Rome [MV 16 Dec 1828 1.2]

"From Gorgons fell!  and Hydra-heads defend us!" [QG 20 Mar 1783 917]

"From high Abode, the Son of Jove survey’d" [QG 22 Feb 1770 269]

From the Italian [MV 10 Feb 1829 1.18]

From the Pennsylvanian Mercury [QG 8 May 1788 1186]

From the Picnic [QM 28 Oct 1805 1.43]

From the Sorrows of Rosalie [MV 26 Jun 1829 1.57]

"Full many a gale I weather’d out" [QM 18 Dec 1809 5.51]

 

Game at Loo, A [QG 10 APr 1777 606]

Geants Foudroyés, Les [QG 7 Nov 1776 584]

Good Wife, The [QG 14 Dec 1769 259]

Graces, The [QM 16 Mar 1805 1.11]

Great Nation, The [QM 2 Jun 1806 2.22]

Grecian Mother’s Farewell [MV 18 Dec 1829 2.48]

Good Night [MV 7 Aug 1829 2.10]

"Good people awhile pray attend to my story," [QM 23 Mar 1813 9.12]

 

"Hail Corsica! than whose recorded Name" [QG 26 Jan 1769 213]

"Hail! Poet of Poets, whoever you be" [QG 8 Mar 1770 271]

Hamlet’s Reflection imitated [QG 15 Feb 1770 268]

Happy Christening, The [QM 2 Jul 1806 2.27]

Happy Islands, The [QG 26 Dec 1776 591]

Harvest, The [QG 10 Sep 1778 680]

Heads, The [QG 8 Jan 1778 645]

Heart at Ease [QM 26 May 1806 2.21]

Henry Quatre [MV 13 Feb 1829 1.19]

"He that malignant blasts his absent Friends" [QG 9 Feb 1767 110]

"Hey-Day!  who’s this from Montreal" [QG 3 Apr 1783 919] 

Highland Drover Returning from England, The [MH 9 Apr 1814 3.127]

Highland Landskip, A [QG 3 Oct 1776 579]

Highland Music [QM 30 Dec 1805 1.52]

Hobbledehoys [MV 16 Jun 1829 1.54]

Home [MV 19 Dec 1828 1.3]

Honest Confession, An [MV 22 Dec 1829 2.49]

Honest Countryman's Litany, The [QG 7 May 1778 662]

Hour of Peace, The [MV 28 Aug 1829 2.16]

Hull in Possession of Canada [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

Humanized Monkies and the Elephant: A Fable, The [QG 13 Dec 1787 1165]

Husband’s Creed, The [QG 20 Sep 1770 299]

Hymn of Praise, A [QG 14 Sep 1769 246]

Hymn to the Evening [QG 26 Jul 1770 291]

 

I’d be a Brunswicker [MV 16 Dec 1828 1.2]

Idiot, A Tale, The [QM 11 Apr 1808 4.15]

Impromptu [QM 31 Aug 1813 8.35]

Impromptu [QM 7 Feb 1815 11.6]

Impromptu [QM 13 Feb 1816 12.7]

Impromptu on Lawyers [QM 21 Mar 1808 4.12]

Impromptu On the death of Major-General Brock [QM 27 Oct 1812 8.43]

Impromptu on the Death of Mr. Pitt [QM 11 Aug 1806 2.32]

Impromptu Patriotique-Politique du dit Garçon [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

Infallible Receipt for preserving Matrimonial Felicity, An [QG 29 Jul 1779 726]

In Principis Adventum Carmen [QG 13 Sep 1787 1152] 

Inscription on a Dog [QG 17 Sep 1767 142]

Inscription on a Dog [QG 8 Jan 1789 1221]

Insensible Fair, The [QM 27 Apr 1805 1.17]

Instructions to a Porter [QM 6 Aug 1810 6.32

Intemperance Cured [QM 28 Mar 1808 4.13]

Ireland [MV 23 Jan 1829 1.13]

Irish Drummer, A Tale, The [QM 24 Aug 1805 1.34]

I’ve lost my mistress, horse, and wife! [QM 27 Feb 1809 5.9]

"I’ve Sense, I think, and with Propriety" [QG 28 Dec 1769 261]

"I vow our senators are mad" [MH 11 Jul 1812 1.39]

"I whisper’d her my last adieu" [MH 2 May 1812 1.29]

 

Jack and the Deacon [QM 13 Apr 1807 3.15]

January: a Moral Thought [QG 21 Jan 1779 699]

Jonathon Unmasked [QM 23 Dec 1811 7.51]

Joy and Grief [MV 18 Dec 1829 2.48]

"JOY!—JOY!—JOY!—" [MV 16 Oct 1829 2.30]

Jubilee for Jubilee [MH 26 Oct 1811 1.2]

Judicious Bachanal, The [QG 4 Feb 1779 701]

Jug of Rum, The [QG 22 November 1792 1429]

Just is thy cause O Spain! [QM 7 Nov 1808 4.45]

 

Kiss, The [QM 9 Feb 1805 1.6]

 

Lady's Choice, A [QG 7 May 1778 662]

Lady’s Choice, The [QM 27 Jan 1806 2.4]

Lady’s Resolve, The [QG 14 Jun 1770 285]

"La Fable fit deux Dieux de Mars et de Neptune," [QG 27 Sep 1787 1154]

La Liberté et les Moeurs.Apologue [QG 22 Nov 1792 1429]

Lament on Burns, A [MH 23 Nov 1811 1.6]

Laurel Branch, The [MV 28 Sep 1829 2.25]

Laurel of Glory, The [MH 4 Jun 1814 3.135]

Lawyer in a Panic; Or, The Devil Turnd Justice, The [QG 7 Dec 1786 1112]

Lawyer's Bill Versified, A [QG 25 Dec 1788 1219]     

Lawyer's Prayer, The [QG 12 Feb 1784 964]

Lawyer's Shift, The [QM 24 Sep 1816 12.39]

Letter from Miss—— to the Right Honourable the Earl of——, A [QG 14 Nov 1776 585]

Letter from Miss—— to the Right Honourable the Earl of——, A [QG 21 Nov 1776 586 (continued from no. 585)]

Letter from Miss—— to the Right Honourable the Earl of——, A [QG 28 Nov 1776 587 (continued from no. 586)]

Letter from Miss—— to the Right Honourable the Earl of——, A [QG 5 Dec 1776 588 (continued from no. 587)]

Let Us Alone [QM 15 Apr 7.15]

Liberty: Address to her Britons, in behalf of the Corsicans [QG 2 Feb 1769 214]

Liberty An Ode [QG 16 Mar 1767 115]

Life a Bubble [QG 13 Jul 1769 237]

Lines addressed to all whom they may concern [QM 21 Oct 1811 7.42]

Lines in Honor of the Tars of Old England [QM 14 Dec 1807 3.50]

Lines on the death of Lieut. Col. Cecil Bisshop, [QM 8 Nov 1814 10.45]

Lights and Shades [MV 23 Dec 1828 1.4]

Lines on seeing an astronomical young Lady pass by with a globe in her hand, at the same time that the tail of her gown was something ragged. [QM 29 Dec 1806 2.52]

Lines on the death of a Lady [QM 4 1815 11.14]

Lines on the death of Major Sill, who was killed at Fort Clinton [QG 29 Oct 1778 687]

Lines On the Gentlemen of the Military Association in the Artillery Ground [QG 2 Dec 1779 744]

Little Bird With Bosom Red [MH 26 Jan 1812 1.15]

Lochleven Castle [MV 20 Nov 1829 2.40]

Long Ago! [MV 22 May 1829 1.47]

"l’ordre de mon Président, A" [QG 8 May 1794 1504]

Love and Jealousy [QG 7 Jun 1770 284]

Lover’s Remonstrance, A [QM 26 Jan 1805 1.4]

Love Unchangeable [MV 8 Dec 1829 2.45]

Lucky Moment, The [QG 26 Mar 1778 656]

 

Macaroni’s Downfal, The [QG 5 Aug 1773 447]

Macks, The [QM 2 Jul 1806 2.27]

Mahometan Hog, The. A Tale. [QG 10 Jan 1782 853]

Maids Petition, The [QG 2 Apr 1767 118]

Man, the Pompion, and Acorn, The [QG 5 Jun 1777 614]

March to Moscow, The [QM 13 Sep 1814 10.37]

Marriage A-La- Mode [QG 16 Mar 1767 115]

Massena's Eagles Panic-Struck [QM 6 May 1811 7.18]

Matrimonial Experience [QG 9 Nov 1786 1108]

Miniature’s Address to its Fair Wearer, at a Late Assembly, A [QM 16 Mar 1805 1.11]

Minstrel Ballad, A [MV 4 Aug 1829 2.9]

Mirrour of Knighthood, The [QG 12 Mar 1767 114]

Modern Courtier, The [QG 25 Jun 1778 669]

Modern Love [QM 9 Jun 1806 2.23]

Modern Rape of the Lock, A [QM 25 May 1805 1.21]

Modern Sonnet, A [QM 31 Aug 1805 1.35]

Modern Tale, A [QM 7 Oct 1805 1.40]

Monk and the Jew, The [QG 5 Oct 1775 561]

Montreal, January 1, 1777 [QG 23 Jan 1777 595]

Mountain, or the Witty Divine [QM 15 Dec 1812 8.50]

Mourner, The [MV 27 Nov 1829 2.42]

Mournful Lamentation On the untimely Death of Paper Money: A Native of North America, who died of some deep and mortal Wounds which he received from unknown assassins in the Year 1781, A [QG 7 Mar 1782 854] 

Mr. Peel [MV 15 May 1829 1.45]

My Minstrel Love [MV 23 Jun 1829 1.56]

 

Naked Truth, The [QG 28 Sep 1769 248]

Napoleon [MV 9 Oct 1829 2.28]

Napoleon's Navy [QM 8 Oct 1810 6.41]

Napoleon's Return From Russia [QM 9 Mar 1813 9.10]

Napoleon's Soliloquy In the Island of St. Helena [QM 9 July 1816 12.28]

"Near this place, is interred" [QG 3 Nov 1768 201]

Neat Epigram, A [QM 18 May 1807 3.20]

Negroe's Recital, The [QG 16 Dec 1790 1324]

new and brief version of the Judgment of Midas, A [QM 11 Mar 1811 7.10]

new solution to an old problem, A [QM 14 Jul 1806 2.28]

New Song, A [QG 22 Mar 1770 273]

News-Papers, The [QG 15 mar 1770 272]

New-Year, January 1, 1778 [QG 1 Jan 1778 644]

New Year's Verses of the Printer's Boy that carries the Quebec Mercury, most respectfully addressed to the Subscribers [QM 4 Jan 1814 10.1]

New-Year's Verses of the Printer's Boy, who carries about the Quebec Gazette to the Customers  [QG 4 Jan 1781 800]

New-Year's Verses of the Printer's Boy who carries about the Quebec Gazette to the Customers [QG 5 Jan 1786 1063]

New Year's Verses of the Printer's Boy who carries about the Quebec Gazette to the Customers [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

New-Year's Verses Of the Printer's Lad who carries about the Quebec Gazette to the Customers [QG 6 Jan 1785 1011]

New Year's Verses Of the Printer's Lad, who carries about the Quebec Gazette to the Customers [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

New-Year Verses, The [QG 1 Jan 1767 105]

Night [QG 4 Feb 1768 162]

Night. An Elegy [QG 19 Oct 1775 562]

Noctes Ambrosianæ [MV 21 Aug 1829 2.13]

"No Poet I am, nor cunning Ballad-maker," [QG 6 Mar 1783 915]

"No Poet—true—nor I—but you strain hard," [QG Mar 13 1783 916]

North Briton’s Address To His Sword [QM 16 Jan 1809 5.3]

Nose, Plantiff—Eyes, Defendant [QM 31 Mar 1806 2.13]

Nursery Rhymes for the Montreal Herald [MH 26 Mar 1814 3.152]

 

Ode [QG 25 Jan 1770 265]

Ode [QG 9 Aug 1770 293]

Ode, An [QG 2 Jan 1777 592]

Ode, An [QG 8 Jan 1784 959]

Ode for His Majesty's Birth-Day [QG 24 Oct 1776 582]

Ode for His Majesty’s Birth-Day, June 4, 1769 [QG 17 Aug 1769 242]

Ode for his Majesty’s Birth Day, June 4, 1770 [QG 22 Nov 1770 307]

Ode for his Majesty's Birth-Day, June 4, 1777 [QG 13 Aug 1777 624]

Ode for his Majesty's Birth-Day, June 4, 1784 [QG 23 Sep 1784 996]

Ode for the King's Birth Day [QG 10 June 1790 1296]

Ode for the New-Year [QG 3 Jan 1782 852]

Ode for the New Year [QG 9 Jan 1783 907]

Ode for the New Year, An [MH 22 Jan 1814 3.107]

Ode for the Queen's Birth-day [QG 24 Jan 1788 1171]

Ode for the Queen's Birth-day [QG 28 Jan 1790 1277]

Ode on Sickness By a Young Lady, An [QG 11 Nov 1784 1003]

Ode on Solitude [QG 1 Mar 1770 270]

Ode on Solitude [QG 10 Oct 1776 580]

Ode, on the Death of Vandango, by a friend to the Snuffle, An [QG 5 Jul 1764 3]

Ode: On the King’s Birthday, An [QM 5 Jun 1809 5.23]

Ode. To a Redbreast [QG 16 Dec 1779 749]

Ode to Britannia [QM 6 Oct 1812 8.40]

Ode to Hope—By an Irish Catholic [MV 7 Apr 1829 1.34]

Ode: To the Memory of Lord Nelson, An [QM 24 Feb 1806 2.8]

Ode to the Wren [MV 9 Oct 1829 2.28]

Ode to Virtue, An [QG 26 Oct 1775 563]

Ode upon Ode, or a Peep at Washington; or, the Praises of Thomas Jefferson [MH 26 Jan 1812 1.15];  7 [MH Feb 18 1812 1.17]; [MH 15 Feb 1812 1.18]; [MH 22 Feb 1812 1.19]; [MH 29 Feb 1812 1.20]; [MH Mar 1812 1.21]

"Of human grandeur if he had a share," [QM 19 Mar 1816 12.12]

"‘Oh! let me lay this burning cheek" [QM 17 Apr 1806 2.14]

"O! Mercy, heaven’s first attribute" [QG 14 Sep 1769 246]

"Oh never believe, love, the music that floats" [MV 23 Dec 1828 1.4]

On a certain something undefined [QM 14 Feb 1815 11.7]

On Admiral Rodney's convoying the homeward-bound fleet, with the French ships he had taken. [QG 28 Nov 1782 901]

On a Friend’s Wishing to have Four Wives [QG 23 Nov 1769 256]

On a Jug of Rum [QM 3 Oct 1808 4.40]

On a late Capitulation [QG 3 Sep 1778 679]

On a modern FINE LADY [QG 7 Jun 1770 284]

On an affected Lady playing some admired tunes on her harp [QM 6 Apr 1805 1.14]

On A Ruined Edifice [MH 7 Dec 1811 1.8]

On Bonaparte’s suspension of the Jury Laws in France [QM 15 May 1809 5.20]

On Christmas [QG 21 Dec 1780 798]

On Commodore Roger’s chase of the Belvedira [QM 21 Jul 1812 8.29]

On Death [QG 12 Oct 1769 250]

On Fashionable Excess [QG 8 Jan 1784 959]

On Friendship [QG 9 Feb 1769 215]

On Friendship [QG 23 May 1782 873]

On Happiness [QG 9 Nov 1769 254]

On hearing an amiable and virtuous young Lady’s Reputation made too free with by an OLD MAID [QG 1 Mar 1770 270]

On hearing the summons by the Sheriffs [QG 8 Jul 1773 443]

On His Royal Highness PRINCE EDWARD of England [QG 6 Mar 1794 1495]

On Mr. B——d’s offering himself to represent the Lower Town [QM 10 Jul 1809 5.28]

On Paper [QG 9 Nov 1775 565]

On Peace [QM 28 Feb 1815 11.9]

On Peace and Retirement [QG 20 Jul 1769 238]

On Pride [QM 17 Feb 1806 2.7]

"O Pulentas civitates," [QG 8 Dec 1785 1059]

On Reading the above [QM 18 Sep 1809 5.38]

On Reading the Platonic Wife [QG 3 Aug 1769 240]

On Seeing Lady Milnes [QM 15 Jun 1805 1.24]

On seeing the following Lines Eras'd in a Volume of Pope, Belonging to an Irish Priest [QG 19 Feb 1789 1228]

On Sickness [QG 14 Jun 1770 285]

On Solitude [QG 27 Nov 1770 308]

On some young Ladies expressing surprise what pleasure there could be in Kisses [QG 8 Feb 1770 267]

On the additional American army, of 25,000 men, intended for the invasion of Canada. [QM 10 Feb 1812 8.6]

On the arrival of Lady Dorchester [QG 14 June 1787 1139]

On the capture of the CHESAPEAKE  by  Capt. BROKE of the SHANNON  [QM 29 Jun 1813 9.26]

On the cowardly attack on the Little Belt by Commodore Rodgers [QM 24 Jun 1811 7.25]

On the Death of Colonel Carleton [QG 21 June 1787 1140]

On the Death of General Hope, by a Friend [QG 16 April 1789 1236]

On the DEATH of the much-lamented LORD MAYOR [QG 18 Oct 1770 303]

On the Death of W.M'NR, a sweet Boy three years and a half old [QG 30 Mar 1786 1076]

On the defeat and submission of the Danes, at the Island of Anholt. [QM 27 May 1811 7.21]

On the Divine Power [QG 19 Oct 1769 251]

On the gudgeon Madison’s biting at Paddy Henry’s bait [QM 16 Apr 1812 8.14]

On the late memorable escape of the BELVIDERA from the American Squadron [QM 21 Jul 1812 8.29]

On the number of privateers fitted out from the coasts   under the control of France [QM 25 Feb 1811 7.8]

On the renewed talk of invasion [QM 23 Sep 1811 7.38]

On the Sleeping Children of Chantrey [MV 13 Mar 1829 1.27]

On the Queen's Birth-day [QG 19 Jan 1786 1065]

On Time [QM 28 Oct 1805 1.43]

On Time, a Fragment [QG 20 Jan 1780 751]

"Open, open, lovely breast" [QM 23 Jan 1809 5.4]

Ophelia; or Innocence Betrayed [QM 1 Sep 1806 2.35]

Optical Deceptions [QM 19 Apr 1814 10.16]

Original Epigram [QM 25 Nov 1811 7.47]

Origin of an Alderman [QG 23 Feb 1786 1071]

Otaheitan Muse, The [MH 16 Nov 1811 1.5]

"O!  Te, Navis, Lucida Sidera," [QG 23 June 1785 1035]

"O vain pursuit of happiness, which flies" [QM 20 Apr 1807 3.16]

 

Pam's Trip to Cornelys' [QG 8 Aug 1776 571]

Panegyric on Wedlock, A [QG 2 March 1786 1072]

Pathetic Song, A [MH 4 Apr 1812 1.25]

Patriotic Ode [QM 22 Aug 1808 4.34]

Patriotic Ode [MH 14 Dec 1811 1.9]; [MH 21 Dec 1811 1.10]

Parody, A [MH 24 Dec 1813 2.103]

Parody, A [QM 21 Dec 1813 9.51]

Parody of Cardinal Woolsey’s Soliloquy [QM 30 May 1808 4.22]

Parody on "Blest as the immortal Gods is he", A [QM 27 Feb 1809 5.9]

Parrot, a Glee, in three Parts, The [QG 3 Apr 1777 605]

Partner rejected; or Coquetry triumphant, The [QG 27 Nov 1770 308]

Patient Paroxysm; Or, The Doctor Outwitted, The [QG 30 Nov 1786 1111]

Pause of Suspense Before Battle, The [MH 31 Oct 1812 1.55]

Peasant and his Ass, The [QM 20 Apr 1805 1.16]

Penny Wise and Pound Foolish [MH 19 Oct 1811 1.1]

Philadelphia Invitation, The [QM 11 Aug 1806 2.33]

Pindaric [QM 16 Feb 1805 1.7]

Pious Painter: A Catholic Story, A [QM 28 Mar 1808 Extra]

Pirate’s Farewell, The [MV 4 Dec 1829 2.44]

Pleasure & Desire [QM 25 Jan 1808 4.4]

Ploughman’s Ditty, The [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Poet and the Guinea, The [QM 10 Aug 1807 3.32]

Poor Tutor, The [MH 19 Oct 1811 1.1]

Popping the Question [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Portrait, A [MV 23 Dec 1828 1.4]

Pounds, Shillings, and Pence [MV 22 Dec 1829 2.49]

Present Age, The [QG 4 Feb 1768 162]

Present Age, The [QG 14 May 1778 663]

Pride of the World!, The [QM 10 Feb 1806 2.6]

Progress of Report, The [QM 12 Sep 1808 4.37]

Profitable Reading [QM 4 Aug 1806 2.31]

Prologue at the opening of the Theatre-Royal [QG 5 Oct 1778 685]

"Prologue they will have our actors say, A" [QM 2 Mar 1805 1.9]

Prophecy, Occasioned by the Marmont’s pleas for going into cantonments; first, on account of the dog-days; next,  on account of the rainy season, A [QM 3 Feb 1812 8.5]

Protestation [QG 12 Aug 1773 448]

 

Query, The [MH 18 Jan 1812 1.13]

Quin’s Soliloquy [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

 

Real Beauty [QG 14 Dec 1769 259]

Receipt for a Love-Song, A [QG 19 Feb 1778 651]

receipt to cure the Vapours, A [QG 8 Feb 1770 267]

Recipe To soften the hardest Female Heart [QG 19 Aug 1779 729]

Reflections on Fortune [QG 9 Nov 1769 254]

Reflections on the New Year, 1777 [QG 9 Jan 1777 593]

Reflections on the Uncertainty of Wordly Enjoyments [QG 12 Jul 1770 289]

Regimental Song [MH 4 Sep 1813 2.98]

Remember Me [MV 26 May 1829 1.48]; [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]

Remonstrance to Winter [QM 24 Apr 1809 5.17]

Réponse au Poets Corner du 8 Decembre, 1785 [QG 22 Dec 1785 1061]

Repost traced till it vanished [QG 2 Nov 1775 564]

Republican Dignity [QM 25 Feb 1811 7.8]

Retirement, An Ode [QG 11 Feb 1768 163]

Retort, A [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

Review in Rhime, A [QM 9 Mar 1812 8.10]

Rhapsody on Rum, A [QG 22 Feb 1770 269]

Ricardo’s Fate [QM 11 Jan 1808 4.2]

Riddle, A [QG 28 Jan 1778 648]

Rival Topics [MV 3 Apr 1829 1.33]

Rob Roy’s Return [MV 2 Jan 1829 1.7]

Rose, La  [QG 30 Nov 1780 795]

Rose, The [QG 30 Nov 1780 795]

Rose, The [QM 31 Aug 1807 3.35]

Royal Feast, The [QM 30 Nov 1807 3.48]

Royal George Balloon, A New Song, The [QG 21 Dec 1786 1114]

 

"Said Blakeney to Bing as he stood at a distance" [QM 11 Jan 1808 4.2]

Satire on Wedlock, A [QG 23 Feb 1786 1071]

"Say infidels, what haughty man of war" [QM 16 May 1808 4.20]

Second Invasion of Lower-Canada, The. A Song [QM 9 Nov 1813 9.45]

Sentiments In Pindarick Style—Left, by a Late Correspondent, to be Inserted in his Absence [QM 17 Mar 1806 2.11]

Sequel to the Second Invasion of Lower-Canada—, A Song, published in the Mercury, No.45, A. [QM 23 Nov 1813 9.47]

"Scotland, for Learning and for Arms renown’d" [QG 7 Jul 1768 184]

Scots Poem on the Air Balloon, A [QG 19 May 1785 1030]

Seasons, The [QG 28 Sep 1775 559]

Sentiment general du peuple [QG 3 Nov 1768 201]

Shortest-Day: a Thought, The [QG 24 Dec 1778 695]

Signora Gabrielli [QG 15 Jan 1778 646]

Silent Love [MV 3 Jul 1829 1.59]

Since school boy joke alone is current* coin— [QM 30 Mar 1812 8.13]

Sketch, A [MV 30 Jun 1829 1.58]

Sleeper, The [MV 6 Oct 1829 2.27]

Smoking [QM 16 Feb 1805 1.6]

Soldier in a Storm, The [QM 26 Jan 1807 3.4]

Soldier in the Storm, The [QM 20 Jan 1812 8.3]

Soldier’s Funeral, The [QM 21 Sep 1807 3.38]

Song [QM 9 Mar 1805 1.10]

Song [QM 10 Jun 1811 7.23]

Song [Awake my love, awake] [MH 16 Nov 1811 1.5]

Song by Rogero [QM 22 Aug 1808 4.34]

Song Dying Negro, The [QG 21 Jun 1792 1406]

Song of Archie the Rover [MV 24 Jul 1829 2.6]

Song "Oh, Erin, sweet Erin! thy strains" [MV 8 May 1829 1.43]

Song, On the Petitions for the Abolition of the Slave Trade [QG 7 Aug 1788 1199]

Song "The Canadian Regiment is loyal and true" [MH 29 May 1813 2.84]

Song "The gentleman soon comes to good" [MH 7 Mar 1812 1.21]

Song "The world’s a wild garden of pleasure and pain" [MV 23 Oct 1829 2.32]

Song to Sophia [QM 9 Jun 1806 2.23]

Song "When eyes are bright with pleasure" [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]

Song "Why is my heart so sad an’ wae?" [MH 30 Nov 1811 1.7]

Song "Yes, I will love thee when the sun" [MV 16 Oct 1829 2.30]

Songs of our Fathers, The [MV 4 Dec 1829 2.44]

Sonnet [QG 24 Sep 1778 682]

Sonnet, A [QG 14 Dec 1780 797]

Sonnet by Dermody [MV 18 Sep 1829 2.22]

Sonnet "High Meed of honourable Toil, fair Fame" [QG 23 Feb 1769 217]

Spaniard’s Address to his Countrymen, The [QM 21 Nov 1808 4.47]

Sparrows: Or a Picture of Matrimony, The [QG 11 Jun 1778 667]

Spartan March, The [MV 27 Nov 1829 2.42]

Speech at the Whig Club [QM 22 Feb 1808 4.8]

"Spirit that breathest through my lattice, thou" [MV 1 Dec 1829 2.43]

Spur of Honour, The [QM 17 Feb 1812 8.7]

Stanzas for Music [MV 11 Dec 1829 2.46]

Stanzas "NO cloud displays its fairy sail" [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]

Stanzas to a Lady [QG 23 Feb 1769 217]

Stanzas to Night [QG 12 Feb 1784 964]

Stanzas "Yes, go to thy home—but it is not the hearth] [MV 25 Sep 1829 2.24]

Subaltern, The [QM 25 Nov 1811 7.47]

Sunset—A Sonnet [MV 2 Jun 1829 1.50]

"Sure Fanny is the sweetest Lass" [QG 30 Jul 1767 135]

Sybil, The [MV 20 Nov 1829 2.40]

Sympathy [MH 7 Mar 1812 1.21]

 

Tale, A [QG 10 Aug 1769 241]

Talents improved [QM 10 Jan 1815 11.2]

Tale of Wonder, A [QM 21 Sep 1805 1.38]

Tears of Science, The [QM 2 Feb 1807 3.5]

Tender Husband, The [QG 19 Jan 1767 107]

Test of Patience; Or, The Hogs in the Parson's Cellar, The [QG 23 Nov 1786 1110]

Theodore and Leontine. A Moral Tale [QG 6 Feb 1777 597]

Theodore and Leontine. A Moral Tale [QG 13 Feb 1777 598 (continued from no. 597)]

"There is a land of rudest guise" [MV 13 Oct 1829 2.29]

Thirteenth Of April, 1829 [MV 5 Jun 1829 1.51]

Thomas Swaugum, An Oneida Indian, And A Missionary Parson [MH 19 Jun 1813 2.87]

“Those need not be asham’d, [QM 2 Aug 1814 10.31]

"Thoughtless wordlings who pursue" [QM 31 Jul 1810 6.31]

Thoughts on Matrimony [QG 16 Jan 1777 594]

"Thou great first cause, whose wisdom plann’d," [QG 8 Feb 1787 1121]

"Three different Powers to rule the main" [QM 5 Oct 1807 3.40]

Three Sisters, The [MV 6 Oct 1829 2.27]

Three Things A Good Wife Should Be Like—Which Three Things She Should Not Be Like [MH 29 May 1813 2.84]

Time [MV 10 Feb 1829 1.18]

Times, The [QG 25 Jan 1770 265]

’Tis Home Where’er the Heart Is [MV 24 Apr 1829 1.39]

"'Tis neither sword nor gun, says Nap," [QM 22 Feb 1814 10.8]

"’Tis o’er—this heart must never feel" [MV 28 Sep 1829 2.25]

To a Lady very fearful of Thunder [QG 10 Aug 1769 241]

To a lady who refused a present of Melons, and rejected the addresses of an antiquated admirer [QM 4 May 1805 1.18]

To a Little Land Bird [MV 11 Aug 1829 2.11]

To Angeline. A moral Sentiment [QG 19 Oct 1769 251]

To Buonoparte [QM 31 Aug 1805 1.35]

To CÆLIA [QG 5 Oct 1769 249]

To-day and To-morrow [QM 9 Feb 1807 3.6]

To D.D. [QG 17 Feb 1785 1017]

To General Brock, A Garland [QM 10 Nov 1812 8.45]

To Gulietta [MV 1 Sep 1829 2.17]

To Hope [QG 5 Feb 1778 649]

To Hope [QG 4 Mar 1779 705]

Toi qui nous rends heureux, CARLETON bien aimé, [QG 8 March 1787 1125]

To Jerome Bonaparte [QM 4 Aug 1806 2.31]

To Lesbia [QG 21 Sep 1769 247]

To-morrow [MH 15 Aug 1812 1.44]

Tooth Ache, The [QM 28 Dec 1807 3.52]

"To places and persons he suits his disguises" [QM 14 Aug 1809 5.33]

To Rationalis [QG 21 Oct 1784 1000] (Response to Rationalis' On reading the Lines in the last Gazette [QG 14 Oct 1784 999]) 

To S.A.H. [MV 24 Dec 1829 2.50]

To T.D. [QG 24 Feb 1785 1018] 

To the author of the author’s pain [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

To the Conqueror of Louisbourg, Newfoundland, and Canada, on the late noble Reward for All Victiries [QG 16 Feb 1769 216]

To the Memory of the Amiable Emma [QG 6 Jun 1778 666]

To The Royal Oak [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.42]

Touch of the Terrific, A [QM 23 Jun 1806 2.24]

Traduction Francoise de l’Ode Latine, inserée dans la Gazette No. 253 [QG 16 Nov 1769 255]

Translation in English of the EPITAPH designed for the Tomb of J.W. in 45 Lines, A [QG 7 Feb 1771 318]

Trees: A Fable, The [QG 4 Jun 1767 127]

Trio of Incurables, The [QM 19 Nov 1816 12.47]

True Benevolence [QG 25 Jun 1778 669]

true interest of America, The [QG 2 Jan 1783 906]

"’Twas ere, the broadly shining sun" [MV 3 Feb 1829 1.16]

twentieth ode of Anacreon imitated, The [QG 26 Oct 1769 252]

"’Twixt footman John and Dr. Toe" [QM 21 Jul 1806 2.29]

"Two Bond Street Loungers Were Discoursing In Piccadilly" [QM 25 May 1805 1.21]

Tythe in Kind; Or, The Sow's Revenge. A Tale. [QG 16 Nov 1786 1109]

 

"Unblest the man, with puritanic rage" [QM 24 Apr 1809 5.17]

"“Under the Clouds I stand," [QM 29 Mar 1814 10.13]

 

Vers à Son Excellence Le Général Haldimand, Pour le 1er jour de l'an [QG 7 Jan 1779 697]

Verses from a Young Gentleman late from Halifax, and Passenger in the Fleet from Jamaica that failed last June, under Convoy of the Antelope Man of War, commanded by William Judd, esq. [QG 29 Aug 1776 574]

Verses from Sir Thomas Mills to Mr. Garrick on receiving his Portrait, painted by Mr. Dance [QG 8 Aug 1776 571]

Verses of the Printer's Boy who carries the Quebec Gazette to the Customers [QG 3 Jan 1793 1435]

Verses on the Arrival of Lord Dorchester, by a Lady of Montreal [QG 11 Jan 1787 1117]

Verses On the present French and Spanish War [QG 25 Nov 1779 743]

Verses, On the Public Rejoicings for the Restoration of the King's Health [QG 28 May 1789 1242]

Verses To the memory of Generals WOLFE and MOORE  [QM 1 Mar 1814 10.9]

Vesper Bell, The [MV 10 Mar 1829 1.26]

Vetran, The [MH 28 Mar 1812 1.24]

" villes que fuit la misere, Les"; [QG 22 Dec 1785 1061]

Vision, A [QM 29 Dec 1806 2.52]

 

War and Proclamations [QM 2 Mar 1813 9.9]

Way to a Long Life and Happiness. Or, The Old Shepherd's Advice, The [QG 14 Dec 1786 1113]

Wellington Spa, The [MV 3 Apr 1829 1.33]

"Well then! You’d have me chaunt the Praises" [QG 7 May 1767 123]

Wealth, To [QG 27 Jan 1780 752]

Wings, The [MV 28 Sep 1829 2.25]

Wish, The [QG 9 Jan 1780 749]

What is a friend? [MV 26 Dec 1828 1.5]

Wheel Barrow, The [QM 27 Oct 1806 2.43]

"When England first her flag unfurl’d" [MH 1 Aug 1812 1.42]

"When haughty Rome with boastful triumph saw" [QM 28 Sep 1805 1.39]

"When in the shadow of the tomb" [MV 30 Dec 1828 1.6]

"When we on board the schooner go," [QG 31 May 1787 1137]

Wherefore teems the shameless press, [QM 17 Jan 1815 11.3]

Whisper [QM 6 Apr 1807 3.14]

Who's the Dupe? or the Recantation [QG 28 Feb 1788 1176]

"Why is thy harp, young minstrel, paus’d" [MV 9 Oct 1829 2.28]

"Why was I rais’d the meteor of the world" [MH 17 Apr 1813 2.78]

Wilkes and Liberty [QG 2 Jun 1768 179]

Winter [MH 15 Feb 1812 1.18]

Wish, The [QM 14 Mar 1815 11.11]

"With syllogisms ’twill make a clatter," [QM 18 Nov 1811 7.46]

Woman [MH 31 Jul 1813 2.93]

Words Felt [QM 2 May 1815 11.18]

 

"Yankies, they say, they’ll come over, The" [MH 1 May 1813 2.80]

"Ye guardian angels, powers benign" [QG 1 Oct 1778 683]

Ye Shavers of Columbia [MH 21 Mar 1812 1.23]

 

 

 

  

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