The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth: 1816-1822

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Houghton Mifflin, 1919
 

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To on her First Ascent to the Summit
56
The Longest Day Addressed to my Daughter
71
Sequel to the Beggars 1802 Composed many
85
The Pilgrims Dream or The Star and the Glow
87
Composed upon an Evening of Extraordinary
97
Malham Cove
103
Aerial Rock whose solitary brow 105 The Wild Ducks Nest 106 Written upon a Blank Leaf in The Complete
107
Grief thou hast lost an everready friend
113
September 1819
119
Composed on the Banks of a Rocky Stream
125
The stars are mansions built by Natures
127
MEMORIALS OF A TOUR ON THE CONTINENT
133
the Rapids under the Castle of Heidel berg
143
The Source of the Danube
145
On approaching the Staubbach Lauter BRUNNEN
146
The Fall of the Aar Handec
147
Memorial near the Outlet of the Lake of Thun
148
Composed in one of the Catholic Can tons
150
Afterthought
151
Scene on the Lake of Brientz
152
Engelberg the Hill of Angels
153
Our Lady of the Snow
154
Effusion in Presence of the Painted Tower of Tell at Altorf
156
The Town of Schwytz
158
On hearing the Ranz des Vaches on the Top of the Pass of St Gothard
159
Fort Fuentes
160
The Three Cottage Girls
176
SkyProspect from the Plain
193
THE RIVER DUDDON A Series of Sonnets
202
Sole listener Duddon to the breeze that played
212
Flowers
213
Change me some God into that breath ing rose
214
What aspect bore the Man who roved or fled
215
The SteppingStones
216
The Same Subject
217
The Faery Chasm
218
Hints for the Fancy
219
Open Prospect
220
O mountain Stream the Shepherd and his Cot
221
From this deep chasm where quivering sunbeams play
222
American Tradition
223
Return
224
Seathwaite Chapel
225
Tributary Stream
226
The Plain of Donnerdale
227
Return Content for fondly I pur
233
Not hurled precipitous from steep
239
Conclusion
240
Afterthought
241
A Parsonage in Oxfordshire
242
To Enterprise
243
ECCLESIASTICAL SONNETS In Series 251 Part I From the Introduction of Christian ity into Britain to the Consummation of the Papal Dominion 1...
253
Conjectures
254
Trepidation of the Druids
255
Druidical Excommunication
256
Uncertainty
257
Persecution
258
Recovery
259
Temptations from Roman Refinements
260
Dissensions
261
Struggle of the Britons against the Barbarians
262
Saxon Conquest
263
Monastery of Old Bangob
264
Casual Incitement
265
Glad Tidings
266
Paulinus
267
Persuasion
268
Conversion
269
Apology
270
Primitive Saxon Clergy
271
Other Influences
272
Seclusion
273
Continued
274
Reproof
275
6
300
14
306
Dissolution of the Monasteries
312
Continued
314
Saints
315
The Virgin
316
Apology
317
Imaginative Regrets
318
Reflections
319
Translation of the Bible
320
The Point at issue
321
Edward VI
322
Edward signing the Warrant for the Execution of Joan of Kent
323
Revival of Popery
324
Latimer and Ridley
325
Cranmer
326
General View of the Troubles of the Reformation
327
English Reformers in Exile
328
Elizabeth
329
Eminent Reformers
330
The Same
331
Distractions
332
Gunpowder Plot
333
Illustration The JungFrau and the Fall of the Rhine near Schaffhausen
334
Troubles of Charles the First
335
Laud
336
Afflictions of England
337
From the Restoration to the Pre sent Times
338
I Saw the figure of a lovely Maid
339
Patriotic Sympathies
340
Charles the Second
341
Latitudinarianism
342
Waltons Book of Lives
343
Clerical Integrity
344
Persecution of the Scottish Covenanters
345
Acquittal of the Bishops
346
William the Third
347
Obligations of civil to religious liberty
348
Sacheverel
349
Down a swift Stream thus far a bold design
350
Aspects of Christianity in America 13 I The Pilgrim Fathers
351
Continued
352
Concluded American Episcopacy
353
Bishops and Priest blessed are ye if deep
354
Places of Worship
355
Pastoral Character
356
The Liturgy
357
Baptism
358
Sponsors
359
Catechising
360
Confirmation
361
Confirmation continued
362
Sacrament
363
The Marriage Ceremony
364
Thanksgiving after Childbirth
365
Visitation of the sick
366
The Commination Service
367
Forms of Prayer at Sea 368 31 Funeral Service
369
Rural Ceremony
370
Regrets
371
Mutability
372
Old Abbeys
373
Emigrant French Clergy 374 37 Congratulation
375
New Churches
376
Church to be erected
377
Continued
378
New Churchyard
379
Cathedrals etc
380
Inside of Kings College Chapel Cam bridge
381
The Same
382
Continued
383
Ejaculation
384
Conclusion
385
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