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Market-Clock, For a, 181.
to a, 43.
sion, 8; Latest Version, 61.
Picture, The, or the Lover's Resolution, 162.
entrusted to him by my Fireside, 448.
QUÆ nocent docent, 4.
Recantation, The [i.e. ‘France: an Ode'), 124.
Osorio: a Tragedy, 479.
Sancti Dominici Pallium, a Dialogue, 198.
Tooke, Verses addressed to J. Horne, 65.
known in the Days of her Innocence, To
Shipwreck, To a Lady with Falconer's, 185.
comed by a, 13.
Account that his only, 13.
Nurse first presented my Infant to me, 66.
porary Writers, 110.
VICE, Progress of, 8.
and Dorothy, 137.
night after his recitation of a poem on the
Growth of an Individual Mind, 176, 525.
seeing a, 13.
TALLEYRAND to Lord Grenville, 151.
Time-piece, Inscription for a, 181.
INDEX TO FIRST LINES
An asterisk (*) indicates that the verses are now printed or collected for the first time.
A BIRD, who for his other sins, 195.
* And this is your peculiar art, I know, 468.
and silent spot, amid the hills, 127. * And with my whole heart sing the stately song,
* And write Impromptus, 454.
* Are there two things, of all which men possess,
As I am rhymer, 452.
As late each flower that sweetest blows, 23.
As late I journey'd o'er the extensive plain, 7.
As late on Skiddaw's mount I lay supine, 155.
As oft mine eye with careless glance, 51.
* As the tir'd savage, who his drowsy frame, 566.
As when a child on some long winter's night, 41.
As when far off the warbled strains are heard, 39.
* As when the new or full Moon urges, 462.
* Behold yon row of pines, that shorn and bow'd,
Beneath the blaze of a tropical sun, 174.
*Beneath this thorn when I was young, 85.
* Blind is that soul which from this truth can
* Bowed spirit, 457.
West ! 23.
Britons! when last ye met, with distant *Est meum et est tuum, amice ! et si amborum
nequit esse, 460.
FAREWELL, parental scenes! a sad farewell ! 15.
Farewell, sweet Love! yet blame you not my
* Fear thou no more, thou timid Flower ! 158.
'Fie, Mr. Coleridge !-and can this be you?' 191.
For she had lived in this bad world, 455.
Frail creatures are we all! To be the best, 208.
Friend of the wise ! and Teacher of the Good !
*Friends should be weigh’d, not told; who boasts
to have won, 447
From his brimstone bed at break of day, 147, 621.
From me, Aurelia ! you desired, 448.
*From yonder tomb of recent date, 443.
TvôOl geavtov !-and is this the prime, 208.
God be with thee, gladsome Ocean! 159.
God no distance knows, 454.
God's child in Christ adopted,-Christ my all,
Good Candle, thou that with thy brother, Fire,
Good verse most good, and bad verse then seems
Grant me a patron, gracious Heaven! whene'er,
*Great goddesses are they to lazy folks, 465.
*Great things such as the Ocean counterfeit in-
* HARTLEY fell down and hurt himself, 456. [521
Hast thou a charm to stay the morning-star, 165
Hear, my beloved, an old Milesian story! 140.
Heard'st thou yon universal cry, 6.
Hence that fantastic wantonness of woe, 68.
Her attachment may differ from yours in degree
* Here lies a Poet; or what once was he, 645.
Here lies the Devil--ask no other name, 447.