Poems in Early Canadian Newspapers

 

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A Certain old preacher by nature long winded Anonymous [QG 5 Oct 1775 560]

A Chimney-sweeper and his fair Anonymous [QG 25 Jun 1778 669]

A city fop, with haughty walk D. [QM 29 Aug 1808 4.35]

Ack memory to former Halcyon days Anonymous [QG 11 Feb 1779 702]

A Corsician Peasant was driving alone Anonymous [QM 20 Apr 1805 1.16]

A Counsel once, of pigmy size Anonymous [QM 28 Oct 1805 1.43]

Adieu!—the chain is shivered now Anonymous [MV 30 Jan 1829 1.15]

Adieu to the village delights Anonymous [QG 6 Jun 1778 666]

A Doleful tale prepare to hear, Anonymous [QG 7 Mar 1782 854]

A Few quaint Phrases, got by rote; A Beau [QG 14 Jun 1770 285]

Again imperial winter's sway Anonymous [QG 1 Jan 1778 644]

"Again old Time another year" Anonymous [QM 4 Jan 1814 10.1]

Ah! do not then so wildly dare Anonymous [QM 14 Apr 1807 3.14]

A health to thee, Joseph! though many Anonymous [MV 15 May 1829 1.45]

A helpless infant born was I, Amicus [QM 26 Oct 1807 3.43]

Ah! fairest season—sad I see Louisa [MV 13 Nov 1829 2.38]

“Ah’ little think the gay, whom pleasure, Thompson [QM 17 Jan 1815 11.3]

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

Ah! tell me, tell me, faithless wave Earl of Stanhope [QM 2 Mar 1805 1.9]

Ah! think, if June’s delicious rays E. Rushton [QG 2 Nov 1811 3]

Ah!  tune to solemn dirge the weeping lyre, Anonymous [QG 9 March 1786 1073]

Ah! Why Columbia! why so cross Hafiz [QM 30 Jan 1808 Extra]

Ah, why unfeeling Winter why Anonymous [QM 24 Apr 1809 5.17]

Ah! why was the tear form’d to flow Anonymous [MH 7 Mar 1812 1.21]

Aitkin! farewell thou universal Friend Philanthrope [QG 3 Oct 1776 579]

A Knight of renown, to whom few would say no, Anonymous [QM 21 Dec 1813 9.51]t of renown, to whom few would say 

Alas, my Friend, the Spring is flown, M.S. [QG 30 Dec 1779 748]

Alas!  poor Joe— Anonymous [QM 31 Aug 1813 8.35]

A Lawyer, physician, and reverend divine, Anonymous [QG 28 Dec 1786 1115]

Alazon fled! Are these his boasted feats? Anonymous [QM 18 May 1805 1.20]

All human bliss we liken to a span Anonymous [QG 15 Feb 1770 268]

All Matters adjusted, and finish’d the Parley Anonymous [QG 20 Jun 1771 337]

All thoughts, all passions, all delights Coleridge [MV 3 Jul 1829 1.59]

All worldly shapes shall melt in gloom Thomas Campbell [MV 20 Nov 1829 2.40]

Almighty Father! now the Morning dawns Belmont Forten [QG 12 Sep 1776 576] 

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

A Lord’s great Lady once, of noble blood, Anonymous [QM 16 Feb 1805 1.7]

Although, indeed, ’tis truly said Anonymous [QM 28 Jul 1806 2.30]

A Macaroni once was I, Anonymous [QG 5 Aug 1773 447]

A Man that's neither high nor low, Anonymous [QG 7 May 1778 662]

A man there was who fortune’s blessings quaff’d, Anonymous [QM 28 Dec 1807 3.52]

Amidst the various blessings that expand Anonymous [QG 11 Jan 1787 1117]

Amid the blessings, bounteous Heaven displays, Anonymous [QM 25 Jun 12.26]

A Minstrel of Erin sat lone on the mountain, James Keogh [MV 19 Jun 1829 1.55]

And art thou He of Lodi’s bridge, W. Scott, esq. [QM 13 Feb 1816 12.7]

And dares insulting France pretend Anonymous [QG 3 Jan 1782 852]

And dar'st thou then, insulting Lord! demand Anonymous [QG 14 Nov 1776 585]

And is he dead? Then may we mourn indeed! T.G. [QG 18 Oct 1770 303]

And is the swallow gone? Anonymous [MV 29 Dec 1829 2.51]

And must I part with thee, gay Epaulet, Anonymous [QM 11 Mar 1811 7.10]

And now appear’d the bridal Queen Anonymous [QM 8 Oct 1810 6.41]

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

And York no more! let truth a while deduce Flavia [QG 7 Apr 1768 171]

A Neat little box by the side of a hill,  Anonymous [QG 3 Aug 1769 240]

An Englishman invited once, Anonymous [QM 15 Oct 1810 6.42]

An Indian that liv’d in Oneida remote, Anonymous [MH 19 Jun 1813 2.87]

An Orang Outang who, his pranks, Omicron [QM 21 Oct 1805 1.42]

Answer, ye chiming Waves Hemans [MV 18 Dec 1829 2.48]

An Unbelieving Jew one day Anonymous [QG 12 Oct 1775 561]

A Parson who had a remarkable foible, Anonymous [QG 23 Nov 1786 1110]

A plague on Egypt’s art I say, Anonymous [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

A Planter in a southern State, Anonymous [QM 28 Mar 1808 4.13]

Après avoir evité maint naufrage Anonymous [MH 23 Jul 1814 3.142]

A Priest, whom good lung never left in the lurch, T. [QG 5 Oct 1775 560]

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

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

Arm’d for the Fight, the Doctor takes his Poll Y.Z. [QG 24 Sep 1767 143]

Arm'd with her native force behold Whitehead [QG 19 Sep 1778 681]

“Arm virumque cano” quondam celebrare solebat Anglo Canadensis [QG 23 Jan 1794 1489]

A saucy wit attack’d a married Wight, Cornu Copia [QM 25 Aug 1806 2.34]

As a west country mayor, with formal address Anonymous [QM 31 Mar 1806 2.13]

As brothers Fred and Alexander Anonymous [QM 30 Nov 1807 3.48]

As Charon of late in his boat lay at ease Anonymous [QM 29 Feb 1808 4.9]

As Cypria, an accomplished maid Anonymous [QM 6 Apr 1805 1.14]

As gangs of robbers watch the rich man’s door, Anonymous [QM 25 Feb 1811 7.8]

A Shoe-black Wench, with Brush and Ball in hand  Anonymous [QG 5 Sep 1776 575]

A Silver Crescent rose th’Increasing Moon, Anonymous [QG 26 Dec 1776 591]

As in sweet triumph rolls the passing year Anonymous [MH 22 Jan 1814 3.107]

As Joan, one eve, according to the plan D. [QM 11 May 1805 1.19]

As Jowler, having snatch’d a chop Anonymous [QG 16 Nov 1775 566]

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

As near the brow of a dread precipice, Amanda [QM 25 Mar 1811 7.12]

As o’er a bright and rapid rill Anonymous [MV 10 Feb 1829 1.18]

As o’er a garden’s gay parterre, Anonymous [QG 21 Dec 1780 798]

A soldier so at least the story goes, Anonymous [QM 24 Aug 1805 1.34]

As on Olympus-top, Jove sat in state, Scourge [QG 20 Mar 1783 917]

A spaniel, Beau, that fares like you, Cowper [QM 13 Jun 1808 2.24]

As Ruffian cut-throats, when condemn’d to die, Anonymous [QM 13 Feb 1816 12.7]

Assist ye Nine, in mournful Strains to tell Anonymous [QG 5 Jul 1764 3]

As some worn crew, who make an unknown land, Anonymous [QM 15 Mar 1814 10.11]

As Tray one day stray’d down the street Anonymous [QM 16 Mar 1805 1.11]

A Ta santé CATHERINE, Anonymous [QG 1 Apr 1784 971] (See [QG 8 Apr 1784 972] for a continuation)

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

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

A Thick twisted Brake in the Time of a Storm, Cunningham [QG 13 Oct 1766 93]

At length arrives the solemn day, Anonymous [QG 30 Dec 1779 748]

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

At sad Britannia’s feet, proud Victr’y laid Anonymous [QM 1 May 1809 5.18]

Attending for instructions, when Anonymous [QG 25 Dec 1788 1219]                  

Attend, ye brooders dire of Storms, Anonymous [QM 10 Dec 1816 12.50]

Attentive, Philo reads the page Anonymous [QM 4 Aug 1806 2.31]

At the test of instruction, where once she was blest Anonymous [QM 2 Feb 1807 3.5]

At Wauchope House grite was the din Anonymous [MH 23 Nov 1811 1.6]

Aujourd’hui par une chanson, Anonymous [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

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

Avec ardeur tu défendras Anonymous [QG 28 Jan 1790 1277]

Awake in grateful sounds my Lyre, Anonymous [QG 13 Jan 1779 750]

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

Awake my Muse!  sing Winter’s reign, Censor [QG 5 Dec 1782 902]

Awake the lute, the fife, the flute H. [QM 4 May 1807 3.18]

Away! be gone! I’m out of patience Anonymous [QM 18 Aug 1806 2.33]

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

 




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Because I’m but poor Anonymous [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

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

Behold the sick man in his easy chair Sprague [MV 13 Oct 1829 2.29]

Behold us ‘one and indivisible!’ Anonymous [QM 28 Jul 1806 2.30]

Be honours which to Kings we give T. Hood [MV 22 May 1829 1.47]

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

Belinda has such wond’rous charms, Anonymous [QG 9 November 1786 1108.]

Belov’d Champion of my martial toils Anonymous [QM 16 Jan 1809 5.3]

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

Beni soit le Roi, dont le choix Durouvrai [QG 27 Oct 1774 511]

Between Nose and Eyes a sad contest arose Anonymous [QM 31 Mar 1806 2.13]

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

Bid legislation stay its course, Anonymous [QM 14 Feb 1815 11.7]

Bid the loud cannons their hoarse roarings cease, Anonymous [QM 28 Feb 1815 11.9]

Bifronted Janus, take thy way Anonymous [QG 21 Jan 1779 699]

Blest was the morn when roseate MAY  Benjamin Victor [QG 5 Aug 1779 727]

Bold Decatur sails out from port, Anonymous [QM 7 Feb 1815 11.6]

Bonaparte o’er the sea John Mayne [QM 11 May 1805 1.19]

Bon jour, bon an, me voici, Anonymous [QG 1 Jan 1789 1220]

Born for millions are kings Whitehead [QG 4 Nov 1773 460]

Brave Rogers, on old Ocean’s waves, Anonymous [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

Brave ROGERS, on the ocean, Anonymous [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

Briefly does Theodore his Woes relate Anonymous [QG 13 Feb 1777 598 (continued from no. 597)]

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

Britania soars above a troubled age, Anonymous [QG 6 Mar 1794 1495]

‘Britannia Rules the Waves,’ and who dare doubt it? Stephen Kemble [QM 6 Apr 1805 1.14]

Brown o'er the wide-extended fields Anonymous [QG 10 Sep 1778 680]

Buonaparte he would set out Anonymous [QM 13 Sep 1814 10.37]

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

‘But hark! what notes of glory strike my ear Anonymous [MH 3 Oct 1812 1.51]

—“But is it thus?  doth e’en the glorious dream, Little [QM 23 Aug 1814 10.34]

By a foam-clouded torrent whose steep mountain-shower Anonymous [MV 22 Sep 1829 2.23]

By land let them travel, as many as lift, E.T.P. [QG 29 July 1784 988]

By our parson perplext Anonymous [QM 17 Apr 1805 2.14]

By your honor’s command, an example I stand Anonymous [QM 3 Aug 1805 1.31]

 




C  
   

CÆLIA in vain I often strove Anonymous [QG 5 Oct 1769 249]

Calm, tho’ not mean, courageous without Rage Anonymous [QG 17 Sep 1767 142]

Calm, tho’ not mean, courageous without Rage, Anonymous [QG 8 Jan 1789 1221]

Can the deep statesman, skill’d in great design Anonymous [QG 12 Oct 1769 250]

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

Cease, cease, vain Comforters!  your labors cease, Anonymous [QG 2 Feb 1786 1068]

Celestial maid! receive this prayer A Lady [QG 28 Sep 1769 248]

C’en est fait, HAMILTON, trop cher à la province Anonymous [QG 3 Nov 1785 1054]

C’est l’honneur, mon cher BROWN, qui doit régler ta presse. Anonymous [QG 22 Dec 1785 1061]

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

Cheerless and sad appears the gloomy sky Anonymous [QM 11 Jan 1808 4.2]

Chloris will solitude admire Anonymous [QM 22 Dec 1806 2.51]

Choirs of the glad and free Proteus [MV 22 Dec 1829 2.49]

Columbian parsimony’s all a joke, Anonymous [QM 16 Apr 1812 8.14]

Come brother Soldier! the field is now ended Anonymous [MH 4 Sep 1813 2.98]

Come buy my wood have bells, my cowslips come buy! Caroline Symmons [QM 25 Jul 1808 4.30]

Come chear up my Lads, 'tis for Freedom we fight Anonymous [QG 15 Aug 1776 572]

Come gentle Muse, thy help afford Omicron [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]

Come gi’es a sang, the lady cry’d, Clergyman at Aberdeen [QG 19 April 1781 815]

Come hither, Sir John, my picture is here Anonymous [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Come home!—there is a sorrowing breath Hemans [MV 9 Jun 1829 1.52]

Come Inspiration!  Come each smiling Muse! Anonymous [QG 14 June 1787 1139]

Come Mason!  on my lyre thy spirit breathe, Anonymous [QG 1 February 1787 1120]

Comes woodsman Hull, with ax in hand, Anonymous [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

Comme c’est l’utilité Anonymous [QG 3 Jan 1788 1168]

Corinna was fair, and my simple fond heart Omicron [QM 17 Aug 1805 1.32]

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

Could our first Father, at his toilsome Plough Anonymous [QG 7 Jun 1770 284]

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

Cuffe and Pat, at Tyburn met Proteus [QM 17 Feb 1806 2.7]

Cum Patres Populumque dolor communis haberet Belmont Forten [QG 26 Sep 1776 578]

 




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Dans ce jour d'allegresse Le Salomon Du Nord [QG 7 Jan 1779 697]

Dans une ville, (on n’en dit pas le nom,) Anonymous [QG 22 Nov 1792 1429]

Dark, dull, and gloomy are the Days Anonymous [QG 24 Dec 1778 695]

Day sets in glory, and the glowing air Anonymous [MV 2 Jun 1829 1.50]

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

Dear, damn’d disgusting town, farewell! Alexander Pope [QM 21 Apr 1806 2.16]

Dear Erin! how sweetly thy green bosom rises Anonymous [MH 6 Jun 1812 1.34]

Dear lady, by way of a change, when you tire Libra [QG 30 Sep 1784 997]

Dear Libra, by way of change, when you tire Scorpio Piscis [QG 7 Oct 1784 998] (For responses see [QG 14 Oct 1784 999] [QG 21 Oct 1784 1000] and [QG 28 Oct 1784 1001])

Dear Mr. Gray, as I’m a poet Q [MH 9 Jan 1813 2.64]

De Carlo il freddo Cinere, Anonymous [QG 7 Aug 1788 1199]

De ce vaste Univers, Architecte suprême, Anonymous [QG 29 Jan 1789 1224]

Deluded and led, by a Congress designing, Anonymous [QG 2 Jan 1783 906] 

Deluded Crito, throw your Pen aside, Censor [QG 10 Apr 1783 920]

De notre ame, au plaisir ouverte Anonymous [QG 3 Nov 1768 201]

Dependants murmur and complain Anonymous [QM 3 Aug 1805 1.31]

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

Desist!  vain pedant, crack no more your head; Censor [QG 20 Mar 1783 917]

Des plantes que l’on trouve en cent climats divers A.B. [QG 19 Nov 1767 151]

Determin’d John Bull, that fierce trader, to humble, Napoleon [as claimed by the QM] [QM 4 Mar 1811 7.9]

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

Discord hence! the torch resign— Anonymous [QG 22 Nov 1770 307]

Does the great Emp’ror think the recent crown Jerome Bonaparte [QM 13 Jul 1805 1.28]

Doux Charme de ma Solitude Anonymous [QG 17 Sep 1767 142]

Down to the vale of life I tend, W.O. [QG 16 Nov 1780 793]

Do you, my fair, endeavour to posses Anonymous [QG 22 Nov 1770 307]

Driven out from Heaven's ethereal domes Anonymous [QG 14 Aug 1777 624]

DRUMOND: from thy unconquered lands Anonymous [MV 14 Aug 1829 2.12]

Drunk as a dragon sure is he Anonymous [QM 27 Feb 1809 5.9]

Du Pinde insipide Crapeau Anonymous [QG 21 Apr 1768 173]

 


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Each one who tastes, must surely own, Anonymous [QM 30 Apr 1810 6.18]

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

Eccentric stranger! tell us why Anonymous [MH 15 Feb 1812 1.18]

Eh, pour que le ciel même eut part à cette rage Anonymous [QG 7 Nov 1776 584]

Eh quoi! Vous voulez que je chante Anonymous [QG 23 Mar 1767 115]

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

En finissant Anonymous [QG 1 Jan 1778 644]

Ennemi de Louis, exilé de la France Anonymous [QG 2 Aug 1764 7]

Enquiry, brisk and young Anonymous [QG 2 Nov 1775 564]

Ere the sun’s declining ray Anonymous [QG 26 Jul 1770 291]

Ere yet this day, to Britain sacred made Pierce [QM 16 Mar 1807 3.11]

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

Erst to immortalize his obscure name, Anonymous [QM 24 Jun 1811 7.25]

Every movement (Casuists sing) Anonymous [QM 4 May 1805 1.18]

Exult, for the Saxon is robbed of his spoil Anonymous [MV 2 Jan 1829 1.7]

 




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

Faintly as tolls the evening chime T. Moore [QM 18 May 1807 3.20]

Fair image of delight Everard [MV 3 Nov 1829 2.35]

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

Falsly, does Voltaire censure Shakespear’s Muse, Anonymous [QG 21 June 1787 1140]

Farewell! all midnight Watchings, Pickets, and Guards Anonymous [QG 29 Aug 1776 574]

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

Farewell, a long farewell to all my rhyming Anonymous [QM 30 May 1808 4.22]

Farewell!—The dream—the idle dream Hawley [MV 12 May 1829 1.44]

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

Farewell, thy destiny is done Cornelia [MV 6 Jan 1829 1.8]

Far from the mount and sacred streams, Anonymous [QG 24 Jan 1788 1171]

Far from your fight you’ll drive the abject slave Anonymous [QG 3 Aug 1769 240]

Far remov’d from city splendour Anonymous [MH 19 Oct 1811 1.1]

Fidelity, though now no more Anonymous [QG 27 Jul 1769 239]

Fighting at Boston in September Julia Francesca [QM 29 Apr 1807 Supplementary]

Five tender virgins buxsom young and fair, Anonymous [QM 10 Jan 1815 11.2]

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

Flow'r that Zephyr fond caresses, Anonymous [QG 30 Nov 1780 795]

Forbear, ye plaintive sons of song Anonymous [QM 24 Feb 1806 2.8]

Forc'd from home, and all its pleasures, Cowper [QG 21 January 1790 1276]

For Cloe’s absence last Assembly night Asmodeus [QG 13 Feb 1783 912]

Forget me not, when midst the wind’s careering  Anonymous [MV 28 Apr 1829 1.40]

For the hundred and fourth, let the muses entwine, Anonymous [QM 10 Jun 1811 7.23]

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

Four wives I have had; and, believe me, my friend, Anonymous [QG 9 Nov 1786 1108]

France has been deem’d a land of slaves, C.M. [QG 4 Nov 1784 1002]

Frank, who will any friend supply Anonymous [QM 14 Dec 1807 3.55]

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

Friend, hast thou hear’d a strong North-easter roar, Benedict [QG 12 Jan 1786 1064]

Friend H, I will not say you lie F. [QM 10 Mar 1806 2.10]

Friend Hull’s possession fairly is confess’d, Anonymous [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

Friend Jerome, it is plain, thy brother Nap Anonymous [QM 4 Aug 1806 2.31]

Friend Jonathon, in Pharisaic stile, Anonymous [QM 23 Dec 1811 7.51]

Friend of the human race, the Muse’s friend Omicron [QM 23 Dec 1805 1.51]

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

Friendship, a value can impart Maria [QG 30 Sep 1784 997]

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

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

Frolic and free, for pleasure born Regent Duke of Orleans (Trans. Earl of Chatham) [QM 29 Jun 1805 1.26]

From a wife of small fortune but yet very proud Anonymous [QG 7 May 1778 662]

From climes where clad in robes of purest white, Anonymous [QG 28 Jan 1790 1277]

From France to Moscow to advance, Anonymous [QM 4 May 1813 9.18]

From frozen poles, the world's remote extremes S. [QG 18 Feb 1779 703]

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

From grateful nations of assenting skies Anonymous [MV 5 Jun 1829 1.51]

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

From his brimstone bed, at break of day, Anonymous [QM 12 Apr 1814 10.15]

From the isle of the distant ocean Anonymous [MH 16 Nov 1811 1.5]

FUGIT ætas et facessit; D.F.—te [QG 10 Feb 1785 1016]

Full fifteen times hath Phebus seen Anonymous [QG 1 Mar 1770 270]

Full humble is my pray’r, I ween— M. [QG 26 Oct 1775 563]

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

 




G  
   

Garrick! Whate'er resembles thee [QG Aug 8 1776 571]

Give Chloe a bushel of horse hair and wool M. [QG 18 Dec 1777 642]

Give ear, O! ye swains to my Lay Anonymous [QG 7 Nov 1776 584]

God of my sires! o’er ocean’s brim D. Moore [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]

Go forget me,—why should sorrow Rev. Charles Wolfe [MV 19 Dec 1828 1.3]

Go forth!—like the sun in his might Anonymous [MV 20 Nov 1829 2.40]

Gone in thy morning gone! Anonymous [MV 23 Jun 1829 1.56]

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

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

Grave Authors say, and witty Poets sing Pope [QG 28 Jun 1770 287]

Great, gen'rous heroes! he who firm to meet Anonymous [QG 3 Sep 1778 679]

Great Jove, as ancient Poets tell us Poeticus [QG 17 Dec 1778 694]

Great Madison his courage tasks, Anonymous [QM 10 Feb 1812 8.6]

Great Prince of bards, adieu!  was ever loss so grievous! Libra Et Rationalis [QG 28 Oct 1784 1001] (Response to To Rationalis Anonymous [QG 21 Oct 1784 1000])

Great spirit, hail! Confusion’s angry fire Anonymous [QG 22 Feb 1770 269]

Grey-Headed Time expands his dusky wings, J. Day [QG 2 Mar 1786 1072]

Grey Royalty, grown impotent of toil, Walter Scott [QM 21 Oct 1811 7.42]

 




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Habits are stubborn things Anonymous [QM 10 Mar 1806 2.10]

Had I long evenings past at somber Whist, Anonymous [QM 16 Mar 1812 8.11]

Had I, ye Pow’rs!  Oh!  had I never seen Anonymous [QG 18 Nov 1779 742]

Had restless Time, whose harvest is each hour, Anonymous [QG 9 Mar 1786 1073]

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

Had you ever a Cousin, Tom? Anonymous [MV 14 Jul 1829 2.3]

Hadst thou, beneath the cloudless sky Catharine G. Goodwin [MV 17 Nov 1829 2.39]

Hail blest Britannia! happy Genius hail! Anonymous [QG 29 Aug 1776 574]

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

Hail, friendly Solitude! whose silent reign Anonymous [QG 27 Nov 1770 308]

Hail! gen’rous Youths, brave London Volunteers, Anonymous [QG 2 Dec 1779 744]

Hail, lucid Night!  thy grisly black Anonymous [QG 12 Feb 1784 964]

Hail mistick art! which men like angels taught Anonymous [QG 9 Feb 1769 215]

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

Hail, repentant sinner, hail, Sans Gene [QM 16 Mar 1812 8.11]

Hail! Rude and frowning pile Anonymous [MV 20 Nov 1829 2.40]

Hail smoking science! Art illustrious hail! Anonymous [QM 16 Feb 1805 1.7]

Hail! Solitude, calm peaceful state Anonymous [QG 1 Mar 1770 270]

Hail to the circling year, again renew’d! Anonymous [QG 9 Jan 1783 907]

Hail to the day, whose beams, again Anonymous [QG 23 Sep 1784 996]

Hail ye soft seats! ye limpid springs and floods! Anonymous [QG 20 Jul 1769 238]

Happy, a man may pass his life Anonymous [QM 9 Mar 1805 1.10]; [MV 24 Apr 1829 1.39]

Happy—happier far than thou Hemans [MV 17 Feb 1829 1.20]

Happy the man who courts thy smiles Anonymous [QG 10 Oct 1776 580]

Happy the man whoe’er shall find Anonymous [QG 14 Dec 1769 259]

Happy, the man, with staff employment blest, Anonymous [QM 25 Nov 1811 7.47]

Hark! increasing thunder roars Anonymous [MH 14 Dec 1811 1.9]

Hark, the Muse’s voice I hear, Anonymous [QG 10 June 1790 1296]

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

Hark they whisper! angels say Hemans [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]

Hark!  ’tis the strains of Heaven I hear Anonymous [QG 15 Jan 1784 960]

Hark! ’tis the vesper-bell Anonymous [MV 10 Mar 1829 1.26]

Harpy the baneful foe of rest, Anonymous [QG 7 Dec 1786 1112]

Harry Dearborn set out from Albany town, Anonymous [QM 8 Dec 1812 8.49]

Harry, I cannot think, says Dick, NIM [QM 12 Apr 1814 10.15]

Hath Death, with awful terrors clad, De F—te [QG 12 July 1787 1143]

Have you not seen a cat for an hour without fail Anonymous [QM 21 Mar 1808 4.12]

Heard ye, amidst fair Freedom's train J.H. Wynne [QG 8 Oct 1778 684]

Hear ye what you flow’rets say? Anonymous [MV 6 Oct 1829 2.27]

Heavy and sad was the warrior’s brow— E. [MV 3 Mar 1829 1.24]

He came, as comes the sun at draw Anonymous [MV 9 Oct 1829 2.28]

Heedless of what the World may say Anonymous [QG 21 Sep 1769 247]

Helas! Pourquoi tant de fracas Anonymous [QG 14 Apr 1768 172]

Help, help ye nine, a trembling devil aid, Anonymous [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

Hence.—to his prison crag!—to the lone speck, Edmund L. Swift [QM 3 Dec 1816 12.49]

Here have I come, with reverential tread Adam Kidd [MV 15 Dec 1829 2.47]

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

Here lies a dog of some renown, Anonymous [QM 5 Mar 1816 12.10]

Here lies an head that often ach’d Anonymous [QG 15 Feb 1770 268]

Here lies the bodies of Anonymous [QM 7 Mar 1808 4.10]

Here lieth the body of T—— C—— Anonymous [QG 12 Dec 1776 589]

Here, only by a cork controul’d Anonymous [QM 3 Oct 1808 4.40]

Here, passing Stranger, rests a Friend Anonymous [3 Oct 1776 579]

He sleeps! the hour of mortal pain Anonymous [MV 13 Nov 1829 2.38]

He talked of daggers and of darts Praed [MV 11 Dec 1829 2.46]

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

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

High deeds, O Germans, are to come from you! W. Wordsworth [MH 26 Jun 1813 2.88]

High Meed of hounourable Toil, fair Fame Anonymous [QG 23 Feb 1769 217]

His Grace to the Brunswick Club is gone Anonymous [MV 27 Mar 1829 1.31]

His shroud, a soldier’s simple cloak, Anonymous [QM 8 Nov 1814 10.45]

His suppliant looks, as prone he fell Spencer [QM 16 Mar 1807 3.13]

His usual visit paid, Sol bids adieu, Asmodeus [QG 30 Jan 1783 910]

Hold thy cacoethetic hand, Quiz [QM 16 Mar 1812 8.11]

Holland bestrid by an Italian King Quebecensis [QM 8 Sep 1806 2.36]

Homer and Milton, Bards divine! Anonymous [QG 19 Sep 1776 577]

Hope may set for ever Rob Roy [MV 27 Feb 1829 1.23]

How much are they deceiv’d who vainly strive Anonymous [QG 7 Jun 1770 284]

How peaceful, solemn is the dawning hour Anonymous [QG 3 Jul 1777 618]

How rich the dies that stamp the British Tar Anonymous [QM 14 Dec 1807 3.50]

How sweet to the heart is the thought of To-morrow Anonymous [MH 15 Aug 1812 1.44]

How vain is man! how fluttering are his joys! Anonymous [QG 12 Jul 1770 289]

 




I  
 

 

I Am come, said his Reverence to Spin-text, to borrow, Anonymous [QG 16 Feb 1786 1070]

"I ask’d of Time, ‘To whom was rear’d the mass Anonymous [MH 7 Dec 1811 1.8]

I ASK no portion large of wealth— Anonymous [QG 9 Jan 1780 749]

I call thee blest!—though now the voice be fled Felicia Hemans [MV 21 Jul 1829 2.5]

I can hear the rolling thunder— Anonymous [QM 26 Jan 1807 3.4]

I can hear the rolling thunder— Anonymous [QM 20 Jan 1812 8.3]

I court no daring Power to swell my song— J. [MV 17 Feb 1829 1.20]

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

I do not love thee!—no! I do not love thee! Sheridan [MV 21 Apr 1829 1.38]

I dread no dangers, Aristides [QG 28 Feb 1793 1443]

I Dream’d that buried in my Fellow-Clay H.S. [QG 12 Jul 1770 289]

I dreamt that bury'd in my fellow Clay Anonymous [QG 10 Oct 1776 580]

I, Emperor Nap, Europe’s grand Autocrat Dunicola [QM 25 Jul 1808 4.30]

If at the bottom of the cask Rev. W. Shepherd [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

If Cherubs slumber, such is their repose Anonymous [MV 13 Mar 1829 1.27]

If e’er I’m doom’d the Marriage Chain to wear Anonymous [QG 17 Sep 1767 142]

If e’er sharp sorrows from thine eyes did flow, F.H. [QG 5 July 1787 1142]

If Heav’n beyond dispute be surely his, Asmodeus [QG 10 Apr 1783 920]

If Love and Reason ne'er agree Stella [QG 3 Dec 1778 692]

If marriage ever be my lot in life Alcanor [QM 27 Apr 1805 1.17]

I fondly marked within a gay parterre Arion [MV 6 Nov 1829 2.36]

If there is a time, a happy time Anonymous [MV 16 Jun 1827 1.54]

If thou would’st wish to ape a lord, Anonymous [QG 14 Dec 1780 797]

If yon bright stars which gem the night William Leggett [MV 2 Jan 1829 1.7]

I hate that Drums discordant sound Beneyoski [MH 12 Nov 1814 4.158]

I have look’d o’er life’s withered years W.G.C. [MV 8 Dec 1829 2.45]

I have two Tricks—you—Three—that's right Caetera Desunt [QG 12 Jun 1777 615]

I knew men kept no promises—or none Anonymous [MV 6 Jan 1829 1.8]

I knew thee once, and knew thee well F. [MV 10 Jul 1829 2.2]

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

Ill-fated Wealth!—to thy base will resign’d Anonymous [QG 27 Jan 1780 752]

I’ll live no more single, but get me a wife Anonymous [QM 4 May 1805 1.18]

Imhoff!  with thee, friend of the mystic tie, Anonymous [QM 7 Mar 1815 11.10]

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

Impertinent puppy indeed is too hard Vetula [QM 9 Mar 1812 8.10]

Imprimis, e’er you take your theme Anonymous [QG 19 Feb 1778 651]

I’m resolv’d when I die in a Tavern I’ll lay Philonicus [QG 9 Nov 1769 254]

I must confess that I was somewhat warm Anonymous [QM 13 Jun 1808 4.24]

In a cold, empty garret, contented I sit Dermody [MV 6 Mar 1829 1.25]

In ancient times, a god of wood Anonymous [QG 23 Feb 1786 1071]

I, Nap the great, vex’d out of measure Quebecensis [QM 25 Aug 1806 2.34]

In a vein of good humour, says Hal to his wife Anonymous [QG 23 Nov 1769 256]

In days of yore, Dame Prudence shed Anonymous [QG 19 Dec 1776 590]

In days unlike these, modest women there were W.X.Y.Z. [QM 13 Apr 1805 1.15]

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

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

“In early life she wisely sought her God, Anonymous [QM 4 1815 11.14]

In England rules King Arthur Anonymous [MV 21 Aug 1829 2.13]

In France, this year, the bagage NEWS Anonymous [QG 15 Mar 1793 1393]

In France, tho’ despotic, said Colbert the wise, Anonymous [QM 15 Apr 7.15]

In —— Hall at the dead of night Anonymous [MV 13 Jan 1829 1.10]

In modern times, as story runs Anonymous [QM 13 Aug 1808 Extra]

In one dread night our city saw, and sighed Lord Byron [QM 23 Feb 1813 8.9]

In Ovid often (as I’ve read) Anonymous [QG 26 Oct 1769 252]

In sleep’s serene oblivion laid Hawkesworth [MH 9 Nov 1811 1.4]

In South-sea days, a Man of worth, Anonymous [QG 6 Apr 1786 1077]

In spite of Mercury’s deep-searching pow’r Anonymous [QM 22 Dec 1806 2.51]

In the gloom of repose from the hand that has often Adam Kidd [MV 13 Oct 1829 2.29]

In the noon of thy fame, and the proud blaze of glory Mr. Kidd [MV 2 Jun 1829 1.50]

In these dark, wretched, and unfinish’d cells Anonymous [MH 13 Mar 1813 2.73]

In these dark wretched and unfurnish’d Cells, T.R.M. [QM 14 Oct 1811 7.41]

In the visions of night, when Fancy was dreaming William Hawes [QM 11 Jan 1814 10.2]

In this whimsical age, Anonymous [QG 21 Dec 1786 1114]

In vain the purple vi’let blows Poetaster [QG 7 Dec 1769 258]

Involv’d in hopes & fears, and amorous flame Anonymous [QM 18 Jan 1808 4.3]

In yonder bow’r lies Pleasure, sleeping Anonymous [QM 25 Jan 1808 4.4]

I, Pour être Elus, Anonymous [QG 24 May 1792 1402]

Irishman, Madam! how mean you, Odzounds!, The Wild Irish [QG 2 Mar 1767 113]

I saw her by the dimpling lake Adam Kidd [MV 17 Nov 1829 2.39]

I saw it all in Fancy’s glass— Moore [MV 1 may 1829 1.41]

I see my messenger e’en now returning Anonymous [QM 27 Apr 1805 1.17]

I speak not, I trace not, I breathe not thy name— Lord Byron [MV 18 Aug 1829 2.13]

Is there a heart that never lov’d Anonymous [MH 31 Jul 1813 2.93]

Is there a man, just, honest, nobly born? Anonymous [QM 9 Nov 1807 3.45]

I stood in my gay and lighted hall Anonymous [MV 23 Jun 1829 1.56]

Is’t snow, or star, or wavelet Vorosmarty [MV 30 Oct 1829 2.34]

It flies, Great GEORGE!  once more thy Standard flies, Anonymous [QG 28 May 1789 1242]

It had pleas’d God to form poor Ned Anonymous [QM 11 Apr 1808 4.15]

I thank you, my friends, for combining my name Anonymous [QM 22 Feb 1808 4.8]

It is said that a cottager once pass’d his life Anonymous [QM 23 Jun 1806 2.25]

It is the hour of vespers now— Everad [MV 13 Nov 1829 2.38]

It is the Lady of Kienast Tow’r T.R. Planche [MV 28 Jul 1829 2.7]

It may amuse folks in the country Q [MH 16 Jan 1813 2.65]

It must be allowed there are slaves, Anonymous [QG 7 Aug 1788 1199]

It's odd that Man will ever quit Anonymous [QG 5 Jun 1777 614]

I turn’d so pale, when first the news I heard J.E. Harwood [QM 6 Mar 1809 5.10]

It was a morn of summer time Anonymous [MV 17 Nov 1829 2.39]

“I’ve a substitute found (says Bona)—no more Anonymous [QM 25 Nov 1811 7.47]

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

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

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

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

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

I wish’d two vowels were join’d Carlos [QM 10 Feb 1806 2.6]

I Wish not for riches, I wish not for fame; Anonymous [QM 14 Mar 1815 11.11]

I would I were the slight fern growing Anonymous [MV 26 Jun 1829 1.57]

 




J  
 

 

Jacko and Pug, of monkey race, Anonymous [QG 13 Dec 1787 1165]

Jean Baptiste thought that he had wit A Yankee [QM 9 Feb 1807 3.6]

Je me fais honneur quelque fois Anonymous [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

Je ne crains nuls dangers, Aristides [QG 28 Feb 1793 1443]

Je n’eus jamais tant d’embarras Anonymous [QG 9 Jan 1777 593 (cf. no. 587)]

Je n’existay jamais; et cependant je suis Anonymous [QG 5 May 1768 175]

Je suis l’ainé de tous mes freres, Anonymous [QG 1 Jan 1789 1220]

Je suis mere de huit sémelles Anonymous [QG 21 Feb 1765 36]

Je viens ici gaillardement Anonymous [QG 7 Jan 1790 1274]

John Bull and Monsieur were one evening conversing Sylvanus Sentiment [QM 31 Oct 1808 4.44]

John Huggins was as bold a man Thomas Hood [MV 10 Nov 1829 2.37]

John runs from his wife, to get rid of his troubles, Anonymous [QM 19 Apr 1814 10.16]

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

Joy, joy to the day, when the cannon’s loud rattle Anonymous [MH 10 Dec 1814 4.162]

Just as the Russian wife her spouse caresses Anonymous [QM 25 Feb 1811 7.8]

Just from the knavish pack I’ve slipt Anonymous [QG 8 Aug 1776 571]

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

 




K  
 

 

Keeper, a dog of parts and trust, Anonymous [QG 19 Feb 1784 965]

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

Kisses, the subject of debate Anonymous [QG 8 Feb 1770 267]

Kisses, the Subject of Debate A.Z. [QG 27 Jul 1769 239]

 


L  
 

 

La confusion et l’envie Anonymous [QG 8 Jan 1789 1221]

Ladies, I love you still, I still am young N. [QG 5 Oct 1775 560]

La Discorde éteint son Flambeau,  Anonymous [QG 25 Jan 1770 265]

Lady! forgive the useless sigh Anonymous [MV 3 Jul 1829 1.59]

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

Last night, as o’er the page of Love’s despair Anonymous [QM 25 May 1805 1.21] 

Last Night when I retired to Rest, Anonymous [QG 31 Aug 1780 783]

Lately left our hemisphere Anonymous [QM 21 Feb 1815 11.8]

Law soldiers when fasting, have no heart for joking Pasquin [QM 9 Jun 1806 2.23]

Leaves have their time to fall Hemans [MV 27 Oct 1829 2.33]

Lectur’d by Pa and Ma o’er night Dibdin [QM 18 Nov 1806 2.46]

Le dessein en est pris, je meurs au Cabaret Anonymous [QG 16 Nov 1769 255]

Lend me, Heraclitus, thy mirth, Anonymous [QG 14 Feb 1788 1174]  

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

"Let Amherst fall!" Corruptions said Anonymous [QG 16 Feb 1769 216]

Le tems change et s’ensuit dans sa course rapide, Anonymous [QG 3 Jan 1793 1435]

Let every heart abound with songs of praise, Eliza [QG 13 Jan 1785 1012]

Let him who sang the Winter's Day M. [QG 18 Jun 1778 668]

Let not this yearly feast depart [QM 22 Aug 1808 4.34]

Let the loud thunder roll along the skies Quiz [QM 21 Mar 1808 4.12]

Let us go to the hall, where the red wine flows M.A. Brown [MV 5 Jun 1829 1.51]

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

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

Loin d'une moitié de la terre Anonymous [QG 8 Aug 1776 571]

Long ago! oh, long ago!— Anonymous [MV 22 May 1829 1.47]

Long had the Sov’reign of our Sea-girt Isle Anonymous [QG 4 June 1789 1243]

Long have I sedulously tried Anonymous [QM 9 Feb 1805 1.6]

Long have I sought the living ’midst the dead Anonymous [QG 26 Oct 1775 563]

Long have I sought (the wish of all) Memento [QG 12 Aug 1779 728]

Long on the Parian bust he gazed Grenville Mellon [MV 13 Nov 1829 2.38]

Lord, only look! there goes a fop Caustick [QM 16 Feb 1807 3.7]

Lord! what a despicable taste Anonymous [QG 30 Nov 1775 568]

Lorsque la nature someille Anonymous [QG 26 May 1768 178]

Loud howls the tempest o’er th’affrighted plain Alexis [QG 30 Jan 1777 596]

Love knocked at the door of my heart one day Proteus [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]

Love through a crowd of guards one day M.A. [MV 1 Dec 1829 2.43]

Lo! where th’ Usurper proudly rides J.E. Stock [QM 6 Feb 1809 5.6]

Lucinda’s luck did spinsters grudge Anonymous [QM 27 Jan 1806 2.4]

 




M  
 

 

Madame Crab, like an alderman’s lady, grown fine Anonymous [QM 10 Nov 1806 2.45]

Maid of Athens, ere we part Lord Byron [MV 12 Jun 1829 1.53]

March, march, Brydges and Winchelsea! Anonymous [MV 16 Dec 1828 1.2]

Marriage, that makes two Bodies one Anonymous [QG 16 Mar 1767 115]

Mars in his car, by mad Bellona driv’n, Anonymous [QM 19 Dec 1815 11.51]

May Bonaparte’s fleet and sailors Anonymous [QM 10 Aug 1805 1.32]

May every curse Anonymous [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Meet me, maid, by the pine-fringed lake Conway [MV 16 Jun 1829 1.54]

Methinks ’twas on some glorious night like this Alpha [MV 26 Jun 1829 1.57]

Methought I stood on Blanc’s terrific height Anonymous [QM 5 Jun 1809 5.23]

Mihi est propositum in taberna mori Anonymous [QG 2 Nov 1769 253]

Mine ear hath heard a sound—a stifled cry Anonymous [MV 20 Nov 1829 2.40]

Mirth and glee, your bands restrain D—g G—r—d [QM 3 Feb 1806 2.5]

Montgolfier was an artful Man, Nancy Dawson [QG 19 Aug 1784 991]

Most beautiful and blithe and gay Anonymous [QG 28 Jan 1779 700]

Mournfully, sing mournfully Hemans [MV 27 Oct 1829 2.33]

Mourn, mourn, Britannia! Britain’s sons lament Susan [QM 14 Jul 1806 2.28]

Muses approach, and touch my trembling String Anonymous [QG 17 Oct 1765 70]

M uses attend, assist me while I sing Anonymous [QG 25 Mar 1779 708]

Muses how oft does Satire’s vengeful gall, Anonymous [QG 27 Feb 1783 914]

Must we again, poor Trade! thy features trace Anonymous [QM 28 Jul 1809 5.28]

My cloudy soul now stirs intestine broils Anonymous [QM 20 Apr 1805 1.16]

My dear Miss A.C. I’m in want of a wife [QM 16 Feb 1805 1.7] (Compare with A.C.’s "The Card" [QM 9 Feb 1805 1.6])

My Friend whose Name I'd here discover A Lady [QG 17 Jul 1777 620]

My heart is in my childhood’s home Helen [MV 24 Feb 1829 1.22]

My-Lady, si mes jeunes ans Felicite Bailley [QG 27 Oct 1774 511]

M y Muse, with Joyful Heart prepare Anonymous [QG 18 Mar 1779 707]

My name it is Donald McDonald Anonymous [QM 13 Apr 1805 1.15]

My plaintive muse awakes the trembling string, Anonymous [QG 30 Mar 1786 1076]

Myriads of mortals cover this wide earth Rusticus [QM 6 Apr 1805 1.14]

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

MY worthy good masters, whether warriors or civil, Anonymous [QG 6 Jan 1785 1011]

 


N  
 

 

Napoleon one day took young Jerome aside Anonymous [QM 28 Dec 1807 3.52]

Napoleon, to try those Terapin* souls, Anonymous [QM 12 Nov 1810 6.46]

Nature unkind, has cast the fatal Dart Anonymous [QG 18 Oct 1770 303]

Near Hetmir's valley, where with angry sweep Anonymous [12 Nov 1778 689]

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

Ne laissez pas toujours de vous mettre en tête Anonymous [QG 22 Mar 1770 273]

No cloud displays its fairy sail Anonymous [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]

No doubt, Sir, ’tis a sad Disaster Anonymous [QG 21 Oct 1784 1000] (Response to Rationalis' On reading the Lines in the last Gazette [QG 14 Oct 1784 999]) 

No Law can be more just or fit Anonymous [QG 26 Jan 1767 108]

No more, my friend! of vain applause Anonymous [QG 4 Feb 1768 162]

No more, my friends, of vain applause Anonymous [QG 14 May 1778 663]

No more Napoleon, in triumphal car, Anonymous [QM 9 Mar 1813 9.10]

No more, O Rome, thy wrong belief defend; Anonymous [QG 23 Feb 1786 1071]

No more shall the spring my lost pleasure restore R.R. Sheridan [MV 27 Feb 1829 1.23]

No more talk of Caesar’s campaigus, Anonymous [QM 3 Aug 1813 9.31]

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

Non jamais, Haldimand, ma plume encore novice Anonymous [QG 7 Jan 1779 697]

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

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

Not far from London liv’d a boor, Anonymous [QG 16 Nov 1786 1109]

Not long the Soul this doubtful Dream prolongs Anonymous [QG 5 Dec 1776 588 (continued from no. 587)]

Notre Muse, en ce jour assez judicieuse Anonymous [QG 9 Aug 1770 293]

Not wealth of worlds can purchase peace Anonymous [QG 8 Jan 1784 959]

Not with Sybil lights I trace Norna [MV 2 Oct 1829 2.26]

Nouvelle, toute Nouvelle! Bis [QG 22 Oct 1767 147]

Now ev'ning-twilight veils the mountain hoar Anonymous [QG 12 Nov 1778 690]

Now fare thee well England, no farther I’ll roam Anonymous [MH 9 Apr 1814 3.127]

Now for the battle—does old Geron think Anonymous [QM 11 May 1805 1.19]

Now mourn indeed, thou insulated Land Jos. Weston [QM 5 May 1806 2.18]

Now silent Night; reigns all abroad: Anonymous [QG 24 December 1789 1272]

Now, thanks to Heaven, and thanks to thee Anonymous [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.42]

Now the hoar winter o'er the frozen plain Anonymous [QG 15 Oct 1778 685]

‘Now the laugh shakes the hall, and the ruddy wine flows’ Anonymous [QM 21 Sep 1805 1.36]

Now the Sun, with fervid ray Rusticus [QM 22 Jul 1805 1.30]

Now Winter is come, with his chilling breath Anonymous [MH 15 Feb 1812 1.18]

Nuper in umbroso secessu Solis ab igne Anonymous [QG 13 Sep 1787 1152] 

Nurse of the mighty! who in ancient time Anonymous [MV 16 Dec 1828 1.2]

 




O  
 

 

O Albion! thy cliffs heard Britannia lament Anonymous [QM 3 Mar 1806 2.9] 

O Blessed season!  lov’d by saints and sinners, Anonymous [QG 21 Dec 1780 798]

O come sweet hour, the hour of peace Anonymous [MV 28 Aug 1829 2.16]

O’er Cots of Peasants, and the Thrones of Kings Anonymous [QG 14 Jun 1770 285]

O’er my toil-wither’d limbs sickly languors are shed, Anonymous [QG 21 June 1792 1406]

Of all the Seasons in the Year A.B.C. [QG 24 Dec 1767 156]

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

Of all the Vices that ensnare mankind  J——w S——h [QG 28 Aug 1777 626]

Of Augustus and Rome the poets still warble E. [QM 2 Jun 1806 2.22]

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

Of our Island we’ve sung, till the Welkin had rung Anonymous [QM 2 Jun 1806 2.22]

Of traders, often it is said, Anonymous [QM 14 Jan 1811 7.2]

O Gout! thou puzzling knotty pine Anonymous [QM 19 Jan 1805 1.3]

O, great philosopher, a rhymer prays Anonymous [MH 26 Jan 1812 1.15]

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

O!  have you marked in some farm-yard, Anonymous [QM 9 Mar 1812 8.10]

Oh! C——n, forget not thy love Anonymous [QM 5 Jan 1807 3.1]

Oh! Erin dear! once lovely Isle D. [MV 24 Mar 1829 1.30]

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

Oh!  for a solemn note of sacred woe! Anonymous [QG 5 April 1787 1129]

Oh! for the wings we used to wear Anonymous [MV 28 Sep 1829 2.25]

Oh! hail to the little green leaf that grows wildly Hibernicus [MV 17 Mar 1829 1.28]

Oh! Ireland, my country! the hour Lord Edward Fitzgerald [MV 9 Jan 1829 1.9]

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

Oh! lightly, lightly tread! Hemans [MV 10 Feb 1829 1.18]

Oh my Country! when the lamp of thy life was first lighted E. [MV 9 Jun 1829 1.52]

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

"Oh! Parent of blushes! why dost thou bend J.S.L. [MV 17 Mar 1829 1.28]

Oh, prize thou not too fond, too high Proteus [MV 17 Nov 1829 2.39]

Oh say, ye planetary orbs that roll Anonymous [QG 19 Oct 1769 251]

Oh! sweetly breath’d the minstrel’s tale Carolan [MV 18 Sep 1829 2.22]

Oh think of me in the evening hour Anonymous [MV 24 Dec 1829 2.50]

Oh thou, who o’er my infant mind G.J.L. [QG 21 Dec 1786 1114]

Oh Time!  still urging to eternity, Anonymous [QG 20 Jan 1780 751]

Oh! touch the chord yet once again L.M. Davidson [MV 29 May 1829 1.49]

Oh! welcome freedom’s fearless friend Anonymous [MV 22 Sep 1829 2.23]

Oh! Wellington and Stephenson Anonymous [MV 3 Apr 1829 1.33]

Oh why have I from Albion fled! M. [QM 19 Apr 1814 10.16]

Oh! yes, pray who has lately seen E. [QM 31 Mar 1806 2.13]

O, in what pomp of love serene Anonymous [MV 11 Sep 1829 2.20]

O! Lady, twine a wreath for me Anonymous [MH 27 Aug 1814 3.147]

O Lady, twine no wreath for me Walter Scott [MH 25 Sep 1813 2.101]

Old friend, accept at once from me A. M. [QG 2 Nov 1769 253]

Old Neptune on a day invited the Gods Anonymous [QM 10 Feb 1806 2.6]

O matchless eloquence, to wisdom join’d Anonymous [QM 11 Aug 1806 2.32]

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

O Nancy, wilt thou go with me? Perov [QM 20 Oct 1806 2.42]

On a visit to Maurice the Dane freely came, Anonymous [QM 27 May 1811 7.21]

Once a Taylor of Bagdat, as honest a wight Anonymous [QM 22 Dec 1806 2.51]

Once more my days their circling race Anonymous [QG 3 Jan 1782 852]

Once ruddy and plump Anonymous [QM 24 Jul 1809 5.30]

Once, with fair Fortune’s richest Gifts endow’d Anonymous [QG 6 Feb 1777 597]

One hour with thee! when summer’s sunset closes Mrs. Cornwall Baron Wilson [MV 11 Aug 1829 2.11]

One summer eve I marked a little cloud Anonymous [MV 30 Jun 1829 1.58]

One summer morn, when dewy flowers Anonymous [MV 18 Dec 1829 2.48]

On me fait moins sentir à parler qu’à se taire Anonymous [QG 25 Jun 1767 130]

O no, sweet lady, not to thee Landon [MV 1 Dec 1829 2.43]

On some bleak hill, imbrown’d in evening’s shade Milton [MV 14 Apr 1829 1.36]

On the white rocks which guard her coast William Whitehead [QG 22 Aug 1776 573]

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

O poor Vandango! Luckless hath thou run Anonymous [QG 5 Jul 1764 3]

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

Ordain’d to tread the thorny ground, Anonymous [QG 12 Feb 1784 964]

O! Reader! if thou has't a Tear Anonymous [QG 12 Sep 1776 576]

O! Rouse, ye Britons, good and brave Anonymous [QG 25 Jan 1770 265]

O Spirit-Land! thou land of dreams! Hemans [MV 3 Mar 1829 1.24]

O tell me, ye Sages well vers’d in old story, Anonymous [QM 10 Nov 1812 8.45]

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

O Thou! to whom, with emulation fir'd Anonymous [QG 5 Feb 1778 649]

O Time, forgive the infant muse Anonymous [QM 17 Mar 1806 2.11]

Our rights with ease we may defend, An Enemy To Duelling [QG 20 Jan 1780 751]

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

O vaisseau, qui portes mon Nom Voltaire [QG 9 Feb 1769 215]

Over fern clad high mountains, and thro’ the lang vale Anonymous [MH 28 Dec 1811 1.11]

O wondrous power of inborn worth, Anonymous [QM 6 Oct 1812 8.40]

O ye, Spectators, who omniscient sit Anonymous [MH 9 Jul 1814 3.140]

O ye, who glorying in a sacred cause Gulliver [QM 9 Dec 1805 1.49]

 




P  
 

 

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

Pair of gloves, --a dozen rings Bo-Peep [QG 5 Nov 1778 688]

Pais du Canada, Le

Pallas in form and soul, the noble dame Anonymous [QM 15 Jun 1805 1.24]

Parent of Ease! Elate I sit on thee Anonymous [QM 31 Aug 1805 1.35]

Pass on relentless world Arion [MV 6 Nov 1829 2.36]

Patron of Arts! at length by thee Anonymous [QG 17 Aug 1769 242]

Peace, heaven-descended Maid! whose powerful voice Anonymous [QG 25 Feb 1768 165]

Peace, peace to the hero, whose victor sword gleaming Emilius [MV 15 Dec 1829 2.47]

Perfide ami de la beauté Anonymous [QG 16 Jul 1767 133]

Pledge to that much-lov’d land that gave us birth, Anonymous [QM 1 Mar 1814 10.9]

Plus on vit, glose qui glose, Anonymous [QG 4 Jan 1787 1116]

Polly! Forbear, nor think each ford pretence Anonymous [QM 29 Dec 1806 2.52]

Poor John had bought him half a bag Anonymous [MH 19 Oct 1811 1.1]

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

Potion had long, with selfish zeal, Anonymous [QG 30 Nov 1786 1111]

Pray saw what's that, which smirking trips this way Anonymous [QG 25 Jun 1778 669]

Pride, at the hour of Death’s a baneful thing Anonymous [QM 17 Feb 1806 2.7]

“Pride was not made for man,” a preacher says, Chronon Hoton Hologos [QG 2 Dec 1790 1322]

P.S. Lest you should say I beg the question, Anonymous [QG 24 Feb 1785 1018] 

Pull devil, pull baker, how glorious the sport! Arbiter [QM 9 Mar 1812 8.10]

 




Q  
 

 

Qual in colle aspro, al imbrunier di sera Milton [MV 17 Apr 1829 1.37]

Quand Jupiter, du haut de la voute azurée Anonymous [QG 28 Nov 1776 587 (cf. no. 584)]

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

Qui jacet hoc tumulo Urbanus primum acre pastus Anonymous [QG 10 Nov 1774 513]

 


R  
 

 

"Raise the buckler—poise the lance— Moore [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]

Reader, here lies a favourite son fame D.G. [QG 17 Dec 1778 694]

Remember me when summer friends surround thee Anonymous [MV 27 Nov 1829 2.42]

Report is first a pigmy small Anonymous [QM 12 Sep 1808 4.37]

Rest in Contempt—it is the fittest Place Toleration [QG 12 March 1789 1230]

Ribbons and Stars, the Courtly Toys Anonymous [QG 9 Mar 1767 114]

Rise Muse, and in immortal Lays Anonymous [QG 12 Oct 1769 250]

Rogers pursues like an enchanted rake, Anonymous [QM 21 Jul 1812 8.29]

Rolled up the veiling cannon smoke— Anonymous [MV 27 Nov 1829 2.42]

Rough from my Mother’s Bosom first I came A Lady [QG 5 May 1768 175]

 


S  
 

 

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

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

Say, is there aught that can convey Anonymous [QM 28 Oct 1805 1.43]

Say, mighty love, and teach my song Anonymous [QG 16 Jan 1777 594]

Says a Captain, so pert, as he handed Miss down Anonymous [QM 19 Jan 1807 3.3]

Says Body to Mind, ’tis amazing to see, Anonymous [QG 21 Nov 1782 900]

Say Theodore Hawley [MV 8 May 1829 1.43]

Say, which of you sirs, your courser would enter, Anonymous [QG 3 Jan 1793 1435]

Say, why are beauties prais’d and honour’d most? Pope [QG 14 Jun 1770 285]

’Scap’d from the noisy world’s bewitching power Anonymous [QG 19 Oct 1775 562]

Scarce had thy velvet lips imbib’d the dew Caroline Symmons [QM 25 Jul 1808 4.30]

Scorpion with Fish conjoin’d!  Sure such abuse Rationalis [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])

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

Scribble no more, Friend Clodio, be advis’d T.R. [QG 7 Jun 1770 284]

Seduc’d by vile man, and abus’d and betray’d Olivia [QM 22 Sep 1806 2.38]

See Rodney victorious, return from the Isles, Anonymous [QG 28 Nov 1782 901]

See! Thaliarchus, how the snow Careless [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

See the Lucid Waters pour Anonymous [QG 25 Feb 1779 704 (cf. #702)]

See there Belinda, with dishevell’d hair Anonymous [QG 8 Jul 1779 723]

See you, beneath yon cloud so dark T. Moore [QM 27 Oct 1806 2.43]

September now embrowns the plain Anonymous [QG 24 Sep 1778 682]

Serious and solemn be the song Anonymous [QG 4 Jan 1781 800]

Shall Charlotte’s natal day pass by unsung? Anonymous [QG 19 Jan 1786 1065]

Shall Heroes only, claim the votive lay? Amicus [QG 17 Apr 1783 921]

Shall we pledge thee a bumper at parting Anonymous [MV 1 Sep 1829 2.17]

She was a thing of morn—with the soft calm J.M. [MV 16 Dec 1828 1.2]

Shook from the purple wings of Even Anonymous [QG 11 Feb 1768 163]

Short was the triumph of th’ invading foe, Anonymous [QM 27 Oct 1812 8.43]

Should happiness be then the thing pursu’d? Anonymous [QG 9 Nov 1769 254]

S’il faut que dans les premiers jours, Anonymous [QG 6 Jan 1780 749]

Since Artists, who sue for the Trophies of Fame Anonymous [QG 15 Dec 1768 207]

Since childhood’s hour Ianthe [MV 21 Apr 1829 1.38]

Since Daphne’s unkind and illnaturedly Coy, Anonymous [QG 15 Jun 1780 772]

Since I love you, and you love me Anonymous [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12

Since one more stage, on life’s long road, is run, Anonymous [QM 2 Feb 1813 9.5]

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

Since Time, the old bald-pate, leads in a New-Year, Anonymous [QG 5 Jan 1786 1063]

Sing then upon the sunny hill Anonymous [MV 4 Dec 1829 2.44]

Sir—
   
The journal I send herewith will express
Cymro [QM 4 Jan 1814 10.1]

Sir, you are prudent, good, and wise Anonymous [QM 20 Apr 1807 3.16]

Six couplets, from a hard bound brain, Anonymous [QM 21 Oct 1811 7.42]

Six criminal Judges—faith criminal all Anonymous [QM 15 May 1809 5.20]

Sleep on—sleep on—above thy corse Anonymous [MV 6 Oct 1829 2.27]

Small matters on the stage I’ll bring Timothy Tugmutton [QM 1 Jun 1805 1.22]

So ample is your late Confession, T.D. [QG 3 Mar 1785 1019]

So ends Childe Harold his last pilgrimage! Anonymous [MV 4 Sep 1829 2.18]

So erring and so frail, and yet so fair! Anonymous [MV 23 Dec 1828 1.4]

Soft as the Balm the gentlest gale distils, Anonymous [QG 19 Jul 1781 828]

“Soft as the dew from heaven descends*,” Anonymous [QG 26 Apr 1781 816]

Soft stealing on, the morning; like a thief, Asmodeus [QG 23 Jan 1783 909]   

Some ranc’rous begot, fir’d with holy zeal, Anonymous [QG 19 Feb 1789 1228]

Some smile on me, and all the while Anonymous [QM 16 Mar 1805 1.11]

Some ten, or twenty years ago, Anonymous [QM 15 Dec 1812 8.50]

Some time ago Anonymous [MV 22 Dec 1829 2.49]

Some Wit of old (such Wits of old there were) Anonymous [QG 9 Nov 1775 565]

Some women take delight in dress Anonymous [QG 11 Nov 1773 461]

Sons of the mountain, sons of the lake Conway [MV 16 Jun 1829 1.54]

So sir you really declare Anonymous [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

Sous ce marbre, passant, repose un Citoyen Anonymous [QG 5 Jan 1792 1383]

Souvent l’amour me fait voeux Anonymous [QG 17 Sep 1767 142]

Spaniards, if your breasts can feel Anonymous [QM 21 Nov 1808 4.47]

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

Spring! ’tis the spell of gladness— Cornelia [MV 12 May 1829 1.44]

Stab, Zealots stab, my Soul shall rest unvex’d, A. Pope [QG 5 March 1789 1229]

Stand up i’ the corner Anonymous [MH 26 Mar 1814 3.125]

Stay, gentle shadow of my Mother, stay! D. [MV 3 Apr 1829 1.33]

Stay, Massena, thy eagles stay, Anonymous [QM 6 May 1811 7.18]

Stern fortune’s frowns, I own, ’tis hard to bear Anonymous [QG 9 Nov 1769 254]

Stern winter shews his rugged face H.L. [QG 22 Jan 1778 647]

Still does the trumpet’s brazen throat Henry James Pye [QM 24 Aug 1807 3.34]

Still fearless, as the tempest rav’d J.W. Lake [MH 3 Dec 1814 4.161]

Still if you glory in the Lyon's Force Anonymous [QG 28 Nov 1776 587 (continued from no. 586)]

Still I recall the Day, fresh on her Cheek Anonymous [QG 6 Dec 1807 25]

Still shall unthinking man substantial deem Anonymous [QG 21 Jan 1768 160]

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

Sure Flora’s self with all her aids divine, De Fonte [18 Nov 1784 1004]

Sur notre Ordre, en vain le Vulgaire Anonymous [QG 8 Mar 1770 271]

Sweet are your flowers, the wandered said Ma Hawley [MV 16 Oct 1829 2.30]

Sweet girl, though only once I’ve met Lord Byron [MH 9 Oct 1813 2.102]

Sweet keep up a’frae what’s no right, Anonymous [QG 19 May 1785 1030]

Sweet minstrel of the yellow bower Anonymous [MV 9 Oct 1829 2.28]

Sweet pipe! adieu, with myrtle foliage bound Anonymous [MV 18 Sep 1829 2.22]

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

 




T  
 

 

Take a Youth that’s genteel, no matter for face, Anonymous [QG 19 Aug 1779 729]

Take back the sigh, thy lips of art Thomas Moore [QM 9 Jan 1809 5.2]

Take of beauty and wit, what you happen to have, Anonymous [QG 29 Jul 1779 726]

Take this branch of the laurel tree Anonymous [MV 28 Sep 1829 2.25]

Talk no more of your Cheltenham & Harrowgate springs Anonymous [MV 3 Apr 1829 1.33]

Talk not to me, dear nurse, of wealth or power Anonymous [QM 20 Apr 1805 1.16]

Tell me no more, of joys that lie Sam Toper [MV 27 Jan 1829 1.14]

Tell me no more of your Pindaric Ode, Anonymous [QG 20 Jan 1785 1013]

Tendre fruit des pleurs de l’aurore, Anonymous [QG 30 Nov 1780 795]

Thank you, my Masters—have you laugh’d your fill? Anonymous [QG 16 Dec 1790 1324]

That females are fickle all mankind agree Anonymous [QG 28 Jan 1778 648]

The ancient sages boldly speak H.L.M. [QG 18 Jun 1778 668]

The Atheist boldly does advance A Lady [QG 13 Aug 1778 676]

The battle storm is sleeping Anonymous [MV 10 Feb 1829 1.19]

The billows run along in gold Anonymous [MV 7 Jul 1829 2.1]

The Butterfly was a gentleman Anonymous [MV 23 Oct 1829 2.32]

The Canadian regiment is loyal and true Anonymous [MH 29 May 1813 2.84]

The constable of a country town Anonymous [QM 18 May 1807 3.20]

The Country Girl that’s well inclin’d Anonymous [QG 10 Nov 1766 97]

The Crown that late my brow enclosed Anonymous [QM 3 Mar 1806 2.9]

The day is past—th’ Election’s o’er, Anonymous [QM 2 Mar 1813 9.9]

The days of yore when sires arose Juverna [MV 12 May 1829 1.44]

The Democrats, the Cursed Rats, Jonathan Gluepot [MH 2 Apr 1814 3.126]

The diamond’s and the Ruby’s blaze, Anonymous [QG 14 Dec 1769 259]

The doctor was just on the very last stair, Anonymous [QM 16 Dec 1805 1.50]

The drum ‘the signal to prepare,’ was beating, Anonymous [QM 21 Jul 1806 2.29]

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

The Emperor Nap may parade on the seas Anonymous [QM 1 June 1805 1.22]

The Fair of Quebec, for themselves and the Crown, Anonymous [QG 27 Jan 1785 1014]

The fame of the brave shall no longer be sounded,  Lady Morgan [MV 6 Feb 1829 1.16]

The feast prepar’d the splendor round, Anonymous [QM 16 Dec 1805 1.50]

The flowing Tide that thunders o’er the Shore,  Anonymous [QG 19 Oct 1769 251]

The fragrant Bloom of May invited me abroad Anonymous [QG 4 Jun 1767 127]

The freeborn English, generous and wife, Cardinal Howard [QG 2 Feb 1769 214]

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

The gloomiest day hath gleams of light,  Anonymous [MV 23 Dec 1828 1.4]

The glowing landscape gades; Day shuts his eye;  T.H. [QG 16 Nov 1769 255]

The Graces, in a limpid stream  Anonymous [QM 16 Mar 1805 1.11]

The great deliverer Hull cross’d o’er, Anonymous [QM 1 Sep 1812 8.35]

The great, the good, in ev’ry clime and age Dramaticus [QG 6 Mar 1783 915]

The heart that feels as I have felt  Anonymous [MV 19 Dec 1828 1.3]

The Hero is gone—his great spirit’s fled, D. [MV 20 Mar 1829 1.29]

The how d'ye ended, the contest of place, Tyro [QG 12 Feb 1778 650]

The itch of invasion, like Dearborn of old, Anonymous [QM 9 Nov 1813 9.45]

The knight may rein his braw braw steed, Anonymous [MV 24 Jul 1829 2.6]

The Lads and the Lasses were sitting around, Anonymous [QG 3 Apr 1777 605]

The lamp burns dim before thee;  Harp of the Isle [MV 15 Sep 1829 2.21]

The last flower of the garden was blooming alone,—  Miss Davidson [MV 14 Aug 1829 2.12]

The Latin word for Cold, one ask’d his friend; Anonymous [QM 2 May 1815 11.18]

The laureate vacant—who shall fill the chair? Anonymous [QM 11 Mar 1811 7.10]

The laurel of Glory eternal shall bloom, Anonymous [MH 4 Jun 1814 3.135]

The loud sea waves round this sequester’d isle, Anonymous [QM 9 July 1816 12.28]

The madden’ng cup from pleasure’s stream C.T.T. [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]

The moon on the mountain is bright, W.F.H. [MV 30 Dec 1828 1.6]

The Night hangs forth her sable clouds, Anonymous [QM 19 Mar 1810 6.12]

The noblest bards of Albion's quire Warton [QG 6 Sep 1787 1151]

Then Zaragoza—blighted be the tongue Walter Scott [MH 9 Nov 1811 1.4]

The old Year now is past and gone, Anonymous [QG 1 Jan 1767 105]

The other day, says Ned to Joe, Anonymous [QG 25 Jun 1778 669]

The other night a gay young blade  S.J. [QM 18 Nov 1806 2.46]

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

There is a beauty in the high smooth brow Hinda [MV 24 Nov 1829 2.41]

There is a hue, a soft and mellowing shade Anonymous [MV 20 Oct 1829 2.31]

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

There is a river clear and wide O’Keefe [QM 12 Jan 1805 1.2]

There is not on the pages which reveal Anonymous [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

There once was a painter in Catholic days Anonymous [QM 28 Mar 1808 Extra]

There’s brightness in the starry sky Anonymous [MV 6 Oct 1829 2.27]

There was a being, not beyond his prime Anonymous [MV 16 Oct 1829 2.30]

There was a man of Adam’s race Anonymous [QM 7 Oct 1805 1.40]

There was a time when Ætna’s silent fire Cowper [QM 23 Cot 1809 5.43]

The rip’ning grapes transparent glow, Horace [QG 9 Nov 1780 792]

The scene was more beautiful far, to my eye, Anonymous [MH 22 Feb 1812 1.19]

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

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

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

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

The state of Venice erst, as Shakespear tells, Anonymous [QM 21 Jul 1812 8.29]

The stealing hand of slowly creeping time, Militarius [QG 13 May 1779 715]

The sun is resting upon the deep, W.F.H. [MV 23 Dec 1828 1.4]

The sweetest flower W.H.F. [MV 19 May 1829 1.46]

The Tea remov'd,—the Table set,— Anonymous [QG 10 Apr 1777 606]

The tear now glistens in affection’s eye, Hibernicus [MV 17 Jul 1829 2.4]

The 'Telegraph' and eke the Sun Anonymous [QM 19 Nov 1816 12.47]

The tempest raging on the shore Anonymous [MH 4 Apr 1812 1.25]

The tender feelings of a young desire, Anonymous [QG 23 Nov 1780 794]

The toasted beauty with her haughty air, Anonymous [QM 26 May 1806 2.21]

The Turkman lay beside the river, Rev. George Croly [MV 8 Sep 1829 2.19]

The tyrant that betrays his brother, Anonymous [MH 18 Jan 1812 1.13] 

The ’Vention did in Boston meet, Anonymous [QG 8 May 1788 1186]

The vesper-bell, from church and tower, Mrs. Hemans [MV 25 Aug 1829 2.15]

The winds of Heaven are loosed on high, J.F. Hollings [MV 11 Dec 1829 2.46]

The watery God, great Neptune lay, C.B. [QM 3 Feb 1806 2.5]

The world’s a wild garden of pleasure and pain, Anonymous [MV 29 Oct 1829 2.32]

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

They have yielded at last!—the bigots who wielded E. [MV 19 Jun 1829 1.55]

They knelt where proud Bestia’s shore Anonymous [MV 18 Dec 1829 2.47]

They made her a grave, too cold and damp T. Moore [QM 3 Nov 1806 2.44]

They say the hope is happiness Lord Byron [MV 18 Aug 1829 2,13]

This lov’d of my forefathers grew in a vale James Keogh [MV 6 Mar 1829 1.25]

This morn my Fancy stretch'd her wings Anonymous [QG 23 Jan 1777 595]

This skin *an active body once possess’d, Celia [QG 1 Feb 1787 1120]

This Verse, dear Phillis, I to thee assign Khudde [QG 27 Sep 1764 15]

Tho Boreas’ blasts and Neptune’s waves, Anonymous [12 August 1779 728]

Thomas weds—and four months barely pass o’er his head Anonymous [QM 2 Jul 1806 2.27]

Tho’ prologues now are almost out of Fashion Belmont Forten [QG 27 Mar 1777 604]

Tho’ sacred the tie that our country entwineth Thomas Moore [MH 5 Sep 1812 1.47]

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

"Those who assume, at faction’s call Anonymous [MH 23 Jul 1814 3.142]

Tho’ time has stol’n my robe of youth, Anonymous [QG 14 Dec 1786 1113]

Thou arbitress!—the most severe! Emma [QM 18 Aug 1806 2.33]

Thou art old and feeble Anonymous [QM 4 May 1805 1.18]

Thou dear companion of each idle hour Caledoniensis [QG 25 Jan 1770 265]

Thou fairest daughter of the various year Benjamin Victor [QG 17 Oct 1776 581]

Thou Genial Bowl whose gladsome juice Anonymous [QG 25 Mar 1776 708]

Thou glorious Sun! farewell, farewell— Anonymous [MV 4 Dec 1829 2.44]

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

Thou guest from heaven W.F.H. [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

Though late I appear’d in my dogg’rel rhymes Q. [MH 30 Jan 1813 2.67]

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

Though Troubles every where abound Anonymous [MH 29 Aug 1812 1.46]

Though unavailing, heart-felt Sorrows rife E.G. [QG 18 Oct 1770 303]

Thou hast been reared too tenderly Hemans [MV 11 Dec 1829 2.46]

Thou spirit of the spangled night! Kirke White [MV 5 Jun 1829 1.51]

Three columns of the flow’r of France, Anonymous [QM 12 Feb 1810 6.7]

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

Three Doctors, met in consultation Anonymous [QG 7 May 1778 662]

Thrice happy do I pass my life Anonymous [QG 2 Apr 1778 657]

Thus says the Prophet of the Turk, Anonymous [QG 10 Jan 1782 853]

Time impatient flits away, Anonymous [QG 17 Feb 1785 1017] (Compare to D.F—te's Cantilenia [QG 10 Feb 1785 1016]

Time was that the shop-keeping nation Anonymous [QM 23 Sep 1811 7.38]

'Tis clear since Brandy killed Tom’s scolding wife, Anonymous [QM 14 Jul 1806 2.28]

’Tis home where’er the heart is Anonymous [MV 24 Apr 1829 1.39]

’Tis long since wayward Spring’s envermeil’d prime, Anonymous [QG 9 Dec 1779 745]

’Tis Midnight round and brooding silence reigns, Anonymous [QG 24 Jun 1779 721]

’Tis neither sword nor gun, says Nap, Anonymous [QM 22 Feb 1814 10.8]

’Tis not one gush of bitter tear Hinda [MV 24 Jul 1829 2.6]

Tis not the gilded palace, nor the dome Anonymous [MH 4 Jan 1812 1.12]

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

’Tis said a wild poetic ninny [MV 10 Aug 1807 1.32]

Tis the fall of the leaf—as they loose from their spray Anonymous [MH 1 May 1813 2.80]

’Tis the voice of Old Eldon, I heard him declare Oxford [MV 17 Apr 1829 1.37]

’Tis truth (with deference to the college) Anonymous [QG 15 Mar 1770 272]

To any young man who has need of a wife A.C. [QM 9 Feb 1805 1.6]

To humble Rebellion, establish the laws D.M. [QG 15 Aug 1776 572]

To-night’s the day, I speak it with great Sorrow Anonymous [QG 19 Feb 1778 651]

Too feeble found for Themis’s embraces, Anonymous [QM 24 Sep 1816 12.39]

Too long, my sweet Sirs, have you madly deny'd Anonymous [QG 23 Apr 1778 660]

To Persia’s overwhelming host, W.S. [QM 3 Dec 1816 12.49]

To the hellish fiend Discord, says Louis, one day, Anonymous [QG 28 Feb 1788 1176]

Touch not thy mother, boy—Thou canst not wake her Anonymous [MV 17 Jul 1829 2.4]

Tout anime aujourd'hui mon coeur Anonymous [QG Aug 15 1776 572]

To-day man’s drest in gold and silver bright Anonymous [MH 2 Nov 1811 1.3]

To-day the sun with cloudless ray Anonymous [QM 9 Feb 1807 3.6]

To filling up the chink in the Red Sea, and repairing the damage done to Pharoah's host Anonymous [MH 15 Feb 1812 1.18]

To hide my birth I don't intend Anonymous [QG 23 May 1778 664]

To’ invade—or not to invade, that is the question C.B. [QM 30 Dec 1805 1.52]

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

Too early lost to us, but twice to Fame Dux [QG 12 Dec 1776 589]

Too well our Tears a mournful Truth express, Anonymous [QG 16 April 1789 1236]

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

To soften care, mend, and refine the age Thomas Cary [QM 5 Jan 1805 1.1]

To Thee, my God, to whom all Praise belong Anonymous [QG 14 Sep 1769 246]

Trae the Grampian hills will the Royal ear hear it Norman Nicholson [MH 26 Oct 1811 1.2]

True Friendship I sing—not the tide of applause Anonymous [QG 23 May 1782 873]

True ’tis the Corsicean adept Anonymous [QM 18 Sep 1809 5.38]

Truly, friend Gil, thou choosest well Anonymous [QM 9 Mar 1805 1.10]

Turn, gentle stranger, and this urn revere Dæmon Typographicus [QG 19 Sep 1776 577]

’Twas a cold winter’s night, and the winds whistled loud Anonymous [MH 28 Mar 1812 1.24]

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

’Twas in some former Days (my cautious Rhymes T.G. [QG 7 Jun 1770 284]

'Twas in the pleasant month of May Anonymous [QG 11 Jun 1778 667]

’Twas in the summer time so sweet Thomas Moore [QM 15 Dec 1806 2.50]

’Twas morning, and Mary arose Anonymous [QM 26 May 1806 2.21]

’Twas morn upon the Grecian hills Anonymous [MV 27 Nov 1829 2.42]

’Twas strange! Nigrilla, passing strange! Anonymous [QG 27 Nov 1770 308]

’Twas thus when to Quebec’s proud heights afar Anonymous [QM 30 Dec 1805 1.52]

’Twas when nor State nor Crouds annoy, De F—te [QG 8 Sep 1785 1046]

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

Two carrion Crows in contemplation sat Jonathan Gluepot [MH 12 Feb 1814 3.119]

Two sons of Neptune, Jack and Will Anonymous [QM 13 Apr 1807 3.15]

 




U  
 

 

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

Underneath this Dunghill Anonymous [QM 14 Jun 1814 10.24]

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

Une douce surprise, un désordre agréable, Anonymous [QG 23 Nov 1780 794]

Unhappy he, of ills the prey Omicron [QM 23 Dec 1805 1.51]

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

Unto thy pow’r, blest Hope alone, Anonymous [QG 4 Mar 1779 705]

Unweeting of events to come, Anonymous [QG 8 Jan 1784 959]

 




V  
 

 

Venus the gay, the smiling Queen of love Anonymous [QG 15 Feb 1770 268]

Victor of Assey’s eastern plain Secretary Croker [MH 12 Nov 1814 4.158]

Vienna’s wits their brains may rack Anonymous [QM 2 Jul 1806 2.27]

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

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

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

 




W  
 

 

Wake Emerald Isle of the wave! Anonymous [MV 23 Jan 1829 1.13]

Waken, lords and ladies gay Anonymous [MV 4 Aug 1829 2.9]

Warm is the heart in boyhood’s days Anonymous [MV 10 Feb 1829 1.18]

Warriors cease, the battle stay, Anonymous [QM 7 Mar 1815 11.10]

Warr’s horrid sounds no more assail our ears, P*** [QG 2 Apr 1789 1233] 

We have but / To bow the head in silence, when Heaven’s voice Hemans [MV 30 Dec 1828 1.6]

Welcome, fair Emblems of sweet Peace and Love Anonymous [QG 31 Oct 1776 583]

Welcome, weary, winged stranger Anonymous [MV 11 Aug 1829 2.11]

Well done by boys sure ne’er till now, Anonymous [QG 8 Jul 1773 443]

Well Master ’Crostic-writer, how dos’t feel, N.B. [QG 27 Mar 1783 918]

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

We met but in one giddy dance Anonymous [MV 7 Aug 1829 2.10]

We parted—friendship’s dream has cast Estelle [MV 4 Dec 1829 2.44]

Were but your Hearts, as are your Heaters, warm Anonymous [QG 8 Feb 1770 267]

Were Fortune more civil, and Business more brisk Anonymous [QG 28 Sep 1769 248]

We, the Maids of Q——c City Anonymous [QG 2 Apr 1767 118]

We watch for the light of the morn to break H.F. Gould [MV 23 Oct 1829 2.32]

What a bustle is made! Punctum Saliens [QM 2 Feb 1805 1.5]

What a constant round of pain Anonymous [QG 13 Jul 1769 237]

What art thou Love, whose pow’r, unseen D.A. [MH 21 May 1814 1.133]

What better reason can you guess, Anonymous [QM 25 Aug 1812 8.34]

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

What dirge like strains now meet the ear Anonymous [QM 21 Sep 1807 3.38]

What!—have you, too, forgot the ties Thomas Dermody [QM 10 Aug 1805 1.32]

What Hearts of Oak—and not one work of War Anonymous [QM 25 May 1805 1.21]

What is a friend? A being who Anonymous [MV 26 Dec 1828 1.5]

What is she worth, who bendeth back her head Anonymous [MV 6 Oct 1829 2.27]

What is the world in which we live? J— F—t. [QM 1 Dec 1806 2.48]

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

What sounds are on the mountain blast? T. Marshall [MV 18 Sep 1829 2.22]

What tho’ fair spouse may sometimes play the shrew, Anonymous [QG 2 March 1786 1072]

What tho’ the Nightingale be fled, Anonymous [QG 16 Dec 1779 749]

What Tom in love with Lucia? if ’tis true  Anonymous [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

What tricks this Bonaparte plays! Anonymous [QM 18 Sep 1809 5.38]

What youth, that taketh his daily way Anonymous [MV 7 Apr 1829 1.34]

When all was hush’d profoundly calm Anonymous [QG 10 Aug 1769 241]

When ancient Bess was England's Queen A Batchelor [QG 31 Oct 1776 583]

Whence this unusual languor o’er my mind? Anonymous [QG 11 Nov 1784 1003]

Whence with haggard eyes I view Anonymous [QM 22 Aug 1808 4.34]

When Chloe try’d her virgin fires Hoadley [QM 19 Jan 1807 3.3]

When Colin’s good dame, who long held him a tug Anonymous [QM 29 Jun 1805 1.26]

When common men return to dust, A British Officer [QG 5 Jul 1781 826]

When Damon saw Clarinda lie Anonymous [QG 26 Mar 1778 656]

When darkness o’er Balclutha’s walls Caduceus [QM 18 Nov 1806 2.46]

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

When Erin first rose from the dark swelling flood Thomas Moore [MV 19 Dec 1828 1.3]

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

When first I attempted you pity to move Anonymous [QM 26 Jan 1805 1.4]

When friendship’s sacred sympathies inspire Anonymous [QG 9 Feb 1769 215]

When gentle zephyrs fan the azure sea Anonymous [QG 26 Jul 1770 291]

When great and gen’rous spirits suffer ill, Ethicus [QG 24 Apr 1783 922]

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

When heaps congeal’d of dazzling snow Anonymous [QG 28 Sep 1775 559]

When I lov’d you, I can’t but allow Thomas Moore [QM 13 Jun 1808 4.24]

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

When I sent you my melons, you cried out with scorn Anonymous [QM 4 May 1805 1.18]

When Jefferson quit the chair of state, Anonymous [QM 7 Jan 1811 7.1]

When Jove had fram’d this earthly ball Anonymous [QG 2 Dec 1784 1006] 

When joy we hail by opening flowers Christina [MH 24 Apr 1813 2.79]

When late you ask’d "where do your parents dwell?" Anonymous [MH 30 Jan 1813 2.67]

When life is yielded to command of fate G.S——D [QG 22 Oct 1778 686]

When Phillis found she’d lost her lover Anonymous [QM 9 Jun 1806 2.23]

When Phœbus was ami’rous, and long’d to be rude Anonymous [QM 18 May 1807 3.20]

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

—————— when ruffian Force Thompson [QM 30 Sep 1811 7.39]

When sadness o’er my soul has thrown P.M.W. [MV 9 Jan 1829 1.9]

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

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

When the black letter’d list to the gods was presented W.R. Spencer [QM 10 Aug 1805 1.32]

When the Corsican Chief with a view to degrade Anonymous [QM 31 Aug 1805 1.35]

When the last sunshine of expiring day Anonymous [QM 26 Nov 1816 12.48]

When the pure soul of honour shall cease to inspire Thomas Moore [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

When the spires of Quebec first open’d to view Thomas Moore [QM 10 Nov 1806 2.45]

When thro' the terrors of the stormy sea Clio [QG 26 Nov 1778 691]

When to conquer this heart you essay’d Anonymous [QM 9 Jun 1806 2.23]

When War’s alarms spread terrors far and wide, Anonymous [QG 4 April 1782 865]

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

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

When wide extended o'er each Frost-bound Plain Anonymous [QG 2 Jan 1777 592]

When widow’d age roves thro’ the world forlorn C.B. [QM 30 Dec 1805 1.52]

When wild Remonstrants play’d, like fools Lynceus [QG 21 Jun 1770 286]

When wit’s wild flashes wreathe a smile Dermody [MV 10 Mar 1829 1.26]

When Wolfe expir'd, e'en Vict'ry dropt a tear Anonymous [29 Oct 1778 687]

Where Blava’s streams in mazy windings flow Anonymous [QG 3 Oct 1776 579]

Where death’s thy sting!  thy victory, where, O grave! Anonymous [QM 29 Jun 1813 9.26]

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

Where had thy war-host, oh Israel! fled Norna [MV 30 Jan 1829 1.15]

Where half-fledged bards on feeble pinions seek Sprague [MV 13 Oct 1829 2.29]

Where is the Patron of the present Age, Anonymous [QG 25 Nov 1779 743]

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

Where roves the God who erst on high Poeticus [QG 10 Dec 1778 693]

Where shall I rest my weary head Anonymous [QM 1 Sep 1806 2.35]

Where shall the minstrel find a theme Hemans [MV 20 Feb 1829 1.21]

Where should the vows of youthful love be heard? Arion [MV 6 Nov 1829 2.36]

Where the long Mississippi’s branching source, Anonymous [QG 16 Mar 1786 1074]

Where, where alas, are fled the blissful hours, Anonymous [QG 30 May 1782 874]

Which gave rise to such peals of laughter Anonymous [QG 28 May 1778 665 (continued from no. 664)]

While all around was danger, strife, and fear, Walter Scott [QM 28 Oct 1811 7.43]

While far from thee, my love, I dwell O.O. [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

While I hang on your bosom, distracted to lose you Anonymous [QM 2 Mar 1805 1.9]

While knaves and fools, in deep debate Anonymous [QG 16 Mar 1767 115]

While now the sun’s declining ray Adam Kidd [MV 20 Jan 1829 1.12]

While o’er the billow’s heaving breast Adam Kidd [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

While shines the sun and waters fall, Anonymous [QM 3 Feb 1812 8.5]

While the bottle to humour, and social delight Anonymous [QG 4 Feb 1779 701]

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

While we invoke the unearthed Spring Anonymous [QM 31 Aug 1807 3.35]

While Whitehead sings each New-Year's Ode W. Brown [QG 22 Aug 1776 573]

Whilst holy prayers to heaven were made Anonymous [QM 9 Mar 1805 1.10]

Whilst Luke and cautious friends debate, Anonymous [QM 18 Nov 1811 7.46]

Whilst still fierce War’s red torrents flow Anonymous [MH 15 Oct 1814 3.154]

Whilst thirst of Praise, and vain Desire of Fame Anonymous [QG 14 Jun 1770 285]

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

Who is it with Economy’s cant Anonymous [MH 26 Nov 1814 4.160]

Who lies here? Anonymous [QG 7 Feb 1771 318]

Whosoever will be married, before all Things, it is necessary that he hold the conjugal Faith Anonymous [QG 20 Sep 1770 299]

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

Why art thou always welcome, lonely bird? Anonymous [MV 18 Dec 1829 2.48]

‘Why, in the Country, my friend there’s nought to be seen’ Anonymous [QM 25 May 1805 1.21]

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

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

Why mourn ye—why strew ye these flow’rets around W.S. [QM 28 Oct 1805 1.43]

Why pines my dear?—To Celia his young Bride Anonymous [QG 19 Jan 1767 107]

Why should Maria’s Voice approve Anonymous [QG 23 Feb 1769 217]

Why should my fairest shudder with surprise Anonymous [QG 10 Aug 1769 241]

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

Why will Delia thus retire Anonymous [QG 8 Feb 1770 267]

Wide the contagion spreads—rash Qui proquo Quidam [QM 23 Mar 1812 8.12]

Wife domestic, good, and pure, A Anonymous [MH 29 May 1813 2.84]

Wife, of a husband meanly tame Careless [QM 23 Mar 1805 1.12]

William unsheath’d his shining blade Anonymous [QM 27 Apr 1805 1.17]

Will you come where the sweet briar grows? Harry Stoe Van Dyk [MV 28 Jul 1829 2.7]

Wilt thou not waken, bride of May Anonymous [MV 10 Jul 1829 2.2]

Wisely, no navy Jonathan will have, Anonymous [QM 17 Feb 1812 8.7]

Wise Men suffer, good men grieve Anonymous [QG 10 Aug 1769 241]

With a big bottle nose, and an acre of chin Anonymous [QM 27 Oct 1806 2.43]

With all humility I own Anonymous [MH 13 Aug 1814 3.145]

With conscious pride I view the band  Caduceus [QM 26 Jan 1805 1.4]

With contemplation sad and sorrow due Civis [QG 26 Oct 1769 252]

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

Within these earthen walls confin’d Anonymous [QG 22 November 1792 1429]

With leaden pills dosed and scared by the horn, Anonymous [QM 23 Nov 1813 9.47]

With longing Look and faltering Speech Anonymous [QG 2 Jun 1768 179]

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

With quick and silent Pace Year after Year Anonymous [QG 9 Jan 1777 593]

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

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

With throbbing bosom, and woe-speaking eye Anonymous [QG 2 Feb 1769 214]

With your permission, friends, I’ve not done yet Diedin [QM 12 May 1806 2.19]

Would'st thou, my Love, amidst the din of Arms Trans. Belmont Forten [QG 20 Feb 1777 599]

Would thou hads't left me where I met thine Eye Anonymous [QG 21 Nov 1776 586 (continued from no. 585)]

Would you know what, in pious concerns Anonymous [MV 22 Dec 1829 2.49]

Would you know what rumour lays Boufflers [QM 11 Aug 1806 2.32]

Wrapt in the solemn shades of sable night Anonymous [QM 29 Dec 1806 2.52]

Write on, write on, ye Barons dear Thomas Moore [MV 12 Dec 1828 1.1]

 




X  
   

YZ  
   

Ye boys who love sweet Liberty Anonymous [MV 25 Sep 1829 2.24]

Ye fair possess’d of every charm Anonymous [QG 22 Mar 1770 273]

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

Ye London beauxdry up your tears Anonymous [QG 15 Jan 1778 646]

Ye mariners of England Thomas Campbell [MH 26 Jan 1812 1.15]

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

Ye northern climes, that nurse the nervous arm Edwin [QM 16 Jun 1806 2.24]

Ye rascals of ringers, ye merciless foes Voltaire [QM 22 Dec 1806 2.51]

Yes, dear one, to the envied train Anonymous [MV 26 May 1829 1.48]

Yes, each pulse had been high hadst thou lived to behold A.A. [MV 12 Jun 1829 1.53]

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

Ye shavers of Columbia Anonymous [MH 21 Mar 1812 1.23]

Yes, it is come! that pause of dread Anonymous [MH 31 Oct 1812 1.55]

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

Ye sons of fair Canada, alive to call Anonymous [QM 15 Mar 1814 10.11]

Yes! still I love her—Time who sets Anonymous [MV 8 Dec 1829 2.45]

Yes, we have conquer’d! and the thought should raise Bloomfield [QM 22 Jun 1805 1.25]

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

Ye wanderers o’er Canada’s wide domain Anonymous [MH 26 Nov 1814 4.160]

Ye western Gales, whose genial Breath Anonymous [QG 24 Oct 1776 582]

Ye worshippers of glory P.M. Wetmore [MV 2 Oct 1829 2.26]

Ye wrong heads, and strong heads, attend to my strains Anonymous [QG 8 Jan 1778 645]

Yon ruddy streaks, that in the West appear Anonymous [QG 4 Feb 1768 162]

You I love, my dearest life Anonymous [QG 12 Aug 1773 448]

You laugh at the Indian for boring his nose Anonymous [QM 5 Oct 1807 3.40]

You love the dulcet charms of peace An Antient Briton [MH 1 May 1813 2.80]

Young, chaste, and lovely—pleased, yet half afraid R. Montgomery [MV 26 May 1829 1.48]

Your Nonsense—The Proof will you deign, Master Quixote? Anonymous [QG 17 Feb 1785 1017]

Your poems might our praise demand Incognito [QM 23 Dec 1805 1.51]

Youth hath its burning, fiery light W.F. Hawley [MV 27 Feb 1829 1.23]

Youth hath its hour;—how bright a one! W.G.C. [MV 16 Jan 1829 1.11]

You told me once my smile had power Anonymous [MV 11 Dec 1829 2.46]

You, to whose care I’ve now consign’d Anonymous [QM 6 Aug 1810 6.32]

 




 

 

  

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