POEMS ON THE NAMING OF PLACES.
It was an April morning : fresh and clear 87 To M H..
87 When, to the attractions of the busy world 89
There is an Eminence, -of these our hills 88 Forth from a jutting ridge, around whose
A narrow girdle of rough stones and crags 88 base
POEMS OF THE FANCY.
A Morning Exercise.
91 | To a Lady, in answer to a request that I
A Flower Garden, at Coleorton Hall, would write ler a Poem upon some
91 Drawings that she had made of Flowers
A whirl-blast from behind the hill
in the Island of Madeira
The Waterfall and the Eglantine
92 Glad sight wherever new with old
The Oak and the Broom. A Pastoral 92 The Contrast. The Parrot and the Wren
To a Sexton
93 The Danish Boy. A Fragment
To the Daisy
94 Song for the Wandering Jew
To the same Flower .
94 Stray Pleasures
"The Green Linnet
95 The Pilgrim's Dream ; or, the Star and
To a Sky-lark
To the Small Celandine
95 The Poet and the Caged Turtledove
To the same Flower
96 A Wren's Nest .
The Seven Sisters; or, the Solitude of Love lies Bleeding
gó Companion to the foregoing
Who fancied what a pretty sight
97 Rural Illusions .
The Redbreast chasing the Butterfly 97 The Kitten and Falling Leaves
Song for the Spinning Wheel. Founded Address to my Infant Daughter, on being
upon a Belief prevalent among the Pas-
reminded that she was a Month old, on
toral Vales of Westmoreland
Hint from the Mountains for certain Poli- THE WĂGGONER-
On seeing a Needlecase in the Form of a
POEMS OF THE IMAGINATION.
There was a Boy
It is no.Spirit who from heaven hath flown 127
To the Cuckoo.
112 French Revolution, as it appeared to En-
thusiasts at its Commencement. Re-
113 printed from “The Friend”.
113 Yes, it was the Mountain Echo
113 To a Sky-lark
The Simplon Pass
114 Laodamia .
She was a Phantom of delight.
O Nightingale! thou surely art
114 The Pass of Kirkstone
Three years she grew in sun and shower 114 To Enterprise
A slumber did my spirit seal
115 To, on her First Ascent to the Sum-
I wandered lonely as a cloud
115 mit of Helvellyn
The Reverie of Poor Susan
115 To a Young Lady, who had been re-
Power of Music
115 proached for taking long Walks in the
Written in March, while resting on the
Bridge at the foot of Brother's Water 116 View from the top of Black Comb
Lyre! though such power do in thy magic The Haunted Tree. To
116 The Triad
117 The Wishing-gate
Sequel to the Foregoing, composed many The Wishing-gate destroyed
117 The Primrose of the Rock
113 Vernal Ode
Resolution and Independence
To the Clouds
123 Suggested by a Picture of the Bird of
Song at the Feast of Brougham Castle, A Jewish Family
upon the Restoration of Lord Clifford, On the Power of Sound
the Shepheru, to the Estates and PETER BELL.-A TALE-
Honours of his Ancestors
Lines, composed a few miles above Tin-
tern Abbey, on revisiting the Banks of
Wye during a Tour, July 13, 1793. 126 Part III.