Transfer from Circ
. Dept Muhlenbeeg-Pecueil FEB 19 1909
MEMOIR OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
Religious Musings; a Desultory Poem , 13
The Destiny of Nations; a Vision ..... 17
2 SIBYLLINE LEAVES :-
Sonnet, to the Autumnal Moon .
I. POEMS OCCASIONED BY POLITICAL EVENTS, OR
Time, Real and Imaginary, an Allegory :
FEELINGS CONNECTED WITH THEM.
Monody on the death of Chatterton ib.
Ode to the Departing Year
Songs of the Pixies
France; an Ode
The Raven, a Christmas Tale, told by a
Fears in Solitude ; written in April, 1798,
School-boy to his little Brothers and Sisters 5
during the alarm of an Invasion .. 24
Absence: a Farewell Ode on quitting School
for Jesus College, Cambridge.
Fire, Famine, and Slaughter; a War Eclogue 26
Lines on an Autumnal Evening.
Recantation-illustrated in the Story of the
ib. II. LOVE POEMS.
To a Young Ass—its Mother being tethered
Introduction to the tale of the Dark Ladie 28
Lewti, or the Circassian Love Chaunt. 29
The Picture, or the Lover's Resolution 30
The Night Scene; a Dramatic Fragment . 31
Epitaph on an Infant.
To an Unfortunate Woman, whom the Au-
Lines written at the King's Arms, Ross ib.
Lines to a beautiful Spring in a Village .
thor had known in the days of her inno-
Lines on a Friend, who died of a frenzy fe-
To an Unfortunate Woman at the Theatre 33
ver induced by calumnious reports ib.
Lines, composed in a Concert-room
To a Young Lady, with a Poem on the French
To a Lady, with Falconer's “ Shipwreck”. 34
Sonnet. “My heart has thanked thee, Bowles!
To a Young Lady, on her Recovery from a
for those soft strains"
“As late I lay in slumber's shadowy Something childish, but very natural-writ-
ten in Germany
“Though roused by that dark vizir,
Home-sick-written in Germany
Answer to a Child's Question .
" When British Freedom for a hap-
The Visionary Hope .
The Happy Husband; a Fragment. ib.
" It was some spirit, Sheridan! that
Recollections of Love .
On Revisiting the Sea-shore after long ab.
" ( what a loud and fearful shriek
The Composition of a Kiss
-“As when far off the warbled strains
III. MEDITATIVE POEMS.
“ Thou gentle look, that didst my
Hymn before Sun-rise, in the Vale of Cha.
Pale roamer through the night!
Lines written in the Album at Elbingerode,
thou poor forlorn!"
ib. in the Hartz Forest
-“ Sweet Mercy! how my very heart
On observing a Blossom on the 1st of Feb-
-"Thou bleedest, my poor heart! and
The Eolian Harp—composed at Clevedon,
To the Author of the Robbers" ib. Reflections on having left a Place of Retire-
Lines composed while climbing the left as-
cent of Brockley Coomb, Somersetshire, To the Rev. Geo. Coleridge of Ottery St.
ib. Mary, Devon-with some Poems . 39
Lines, in the manner of Spenser
11 Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath ib.
imitated from Ossian
ib. A Tombless Epitaph.
The Complaint of Ninathoma
ib. This Lime-tree Bower my Prison
Lines, imitated from the Welsh .
ib. To a Friend, who had declared his intention
to an infant
of writing no more Poetry
in answer to a Letter from Bristol .. 12 To a Gentleman-composed on the night
to a Friend, in answer to a melancholy
after his Recitation of a Poem on the
Growth of an Individual Mind