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Monks and Schoolmen
Other Benefits . -
Transubstantiation - -
Archbishop Chichely to Henry V.
Wars of York and Lancaster
Wicliffe - - -
Corruptions of the higher Clergy
Abuse of Monastic Power .
Monastic Voluptuousness -
Dissolution of the Monasteries
The same Subject - -
Saints .. .
The Virgin . - -
Translation of the Bible
The Point at Issue - - - -
Edward VI. - -
Edward signing the Warrant for the Execution of
Joan of Kent - • •
Revival of Popery
Latimer and Ridley
General View of the Troubles of the Reformation -
English Reformers in Exile
Elizabeth - -
Eminent Reformers -
The same - -
Gunpowder Plot .
The Jung-Frau and the Fall of the Rhine near
Troubles of Charles the First
Afflictions of England - - - .
Persecution of the Scottish Covenanters
Acquittal of the Bishops - ... -
William the Third .. - -
Obligations of Civil to Religious Liberty -
Down a swift Stream, thus far, a bold design
Walton's Book of Lives - - -
Sacheverell - - -
Places of Worship -
- - (continued)
Regrets - -
Emigrant French Clergy
Congratulation - -
Church to be erected .
New Church-yard -
Cathedrals, &c. -
Inside of King's College Chapel, Cambridge
The Same -
- (continued) - - -
Conclusion - - - -
POEMS OF SENTIMENT AND REFLECTION.
Expostulation and Reply
The Tables turned -
Written in Germany, on one of the coldest Days of
the Century - - - -
Lines left upon a Seat in a Yew-tree, &c.
Character of the happy Warrior
A Poet's Epitaph - - - - 214
To the Spade of a Friend -
To my Sister
To a Young Lady, who had been reproached for
taking long Walks in the Country
Lines written in early Spring - -
The Wishing-gate ·
Incident characteristic of a favourite Dog - 228
Tribute to the Memory of the same Dog - - 229
If Nature, for a favourite Child
The two April Mornings - -
Lines written while sailing in a Boat at Evening 237
Remembrance of Collins - -
If Thou indeed derive thy light from Heaven - 239
Written in a blank Leaf of Macpherson's. Ossian 239
Ode to Lycoris -
To the same
To the Lady
On the same Occasion • - - 258
REFERRING TO THE PERIOD OF OLD AGE.
The Old Cumberland Beggar - .. - 284
The Farmer of Tilsbury Vale . - - - 289
The Small Celandine
The Two Thieves -
Animal Tranquillity and Decay - - - 296
EPITAPHS AND ELEGIAC POEMS.
Epitaphs - - - - - 297
Perhaps some needful service of the state - - ib.
O Thou who movest onward with a mind - - 298
There never breathed a man who, when his life - 299
Destined to war from very infancy - - 300
Not without heavy grief of heart did He - - ib.
Pause, courteous Spirit! - Balbi supplicates - 301
Lines written on the expected Death of Mr. Fox - 302
Lines written upon hearing of the Death of the late
Vicar of Kendal