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Alfred H. Miles, ed.  Women Poets of the Nineteenth Century.  1907.
  
Index of Authors

Joanna Baillie.
 1762–1851.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Walter Whyte
Songs. I. “Saw ye Johnny Comin’?”
  II. The Maid of Llanwellyn
  III. Poverty Parts Gude Companie
  IV. “Fy, let us a’ to the Wedding
  V. “The Gowan Glitters on the Sward
  VI. “It was on a Morn
  VII. Woo’d and Married and a
  VIII. Good Night, Good Night!
Carolina, Lady Nairne.
 1766–1845.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Mackenzie Bell
Songs. I. The Land o’ the Leal
  II. Caller Herrin
  III. “The Laird o’ Cockpen
  IV. The Lass o’ Gowrie
  V. Huntingtower
  VI. Wha’ll be King but Charlie?
  VII. Charlie is my Darling
  VIII. My Ain Kind Dearie, O
  IX. Kind Robin Lo’es Me
  X. Cauld Kail in Aberdeen
  XI. “Saw Ye Ne’er a Lanely Lassie?”
  XII. The Auld House
  XIII. Gude Nicht, and Joy be wi’ ye a
  XIV. “Would You be Young Again?”
  XV. Rest is not Here
Caroline (Bowles) Southey.
 1787–1854.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems. I. The Primrose
  II. The Pauper’s Death-bed
  III. The Christian Mariner’s Hymn
  IV. To a Dying Infant
  V. To Death
Felicia Dorothea Hemans.
 1793–1835.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Mackenzie Bell
The Siege of Valencia (1823). I. Ballad: “Thou hast not been
  II. Dirge: “Calm on the Bosom of thy God
Records of Women (1828). Gertrude; or, Fidelity till Death
Despondency and Aspiration (1835)
Miscellaneous Poems. I. England’s Dead
  II. The Graves of a Household
  III. The Treasures of the Deep
  IV. The Hour of Death
  V. Casabianca
  VI. The Adopted Child
  VII. The Better Land
Mary Howitt.
 1799–1888.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Ballads. I. The Fairies of the Caldon Low
  II. An Old Man’s Story
  III. The Voyage with the Nautilus
Lætitia Elizabeth Maclean
(“L. E. L.”).
 1802–1838.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Mackenzie Bell
Miscellaneous Poems. I. Felicia Hemans
  II. St. Valerie
  III. Mont Blanc
  IV. Juliet after the Masquerade
  V. The Moorish Maiden’s Vigil
  VI. Lines of Life
  VII. The Unknown Grave
Sarah Coleridge.
 1802–1850.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Richard Garnett
Phantasmion. A Fairy Tale (1837). I. “Sylvan Stag, Securely Play
  II. “One Face Alone
  III. “Grief’s Heavy Hand
  IV. “O Sleep, My Babe
  V. “I Tremble when with Look Benign
  VI. “How High Yon Lark
  VII. “False Love, too long thou hast delay’d
  VIII. “He Came unlook’d for
  IX. “Yon Changeful Cloud
  X. “I was a Brook
  XI. “I Thought by Tears
  XII. “Full oft before some Gorgeous Fane
  XIII. “See yon Blithe Child
  XIV. “L’Envoy of Phantasmion
Sarah Flower Adams.
 1805–1848.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Richard Garnett
Vivia Perpetua (1841) (Act V, Scene II)
Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
 1806–1861.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by James Ashcroft Noble
The Romance of the Swan’s Nest
The Romaunt of Margret
Bertha in the Lane
The Cry of the Children
Cowper’s Grave
The Cry of the Human
The Sleep
The Sea-Mew
A Song against Singing
Felicia Hemans
A Musical Instrument
A Child’s Grave at Florence
Sonnets from the Portuguese (1850)
Miscellaneous Sonnets. I. The Soul’s Expression
  II. Bereavement
  III. Consolation
  IV. Grief
  V. Substitution
  VI. Work
  VII. Futurity
  VIII. Work and Contemplation
Aurora Leigh (1856). Selection from First Book
  Selection from Seventh Book
Jane Welsh Carlyle.
 1806–1866.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by H. J. Gibbs
To a Swallow Building under our Eaves (1832)
Helen Selina, Lady Dufferin Sheridan.
 1807–1867.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Songs. I. Lament of the Irish Emigrant
  II. Terence’s Farewell
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah (Sheridan) Norton.
 1808–1877.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Songs and Ballads. I. “Love Not
  II. The King of Denmark’s Ride
  III. Dreams
  IV. “I do not Love Thee!”
  V. Bingen on the Rhine
  VI. Crippled Jane
Songs and Ballads. The Child of the Islands (1845). A Mother’s Love
Frances Anne Kemble.
 1809–1893.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Poems. I. The Year’s Progress
  II. Expostulation
  III. The Black Wall-flower
  IV. Written at Trenton Falls
  V. Written on Cramond Beach
  VI. Dream Land
  VII. “Is it a Sin?”
  VIII. “Whene’er I Recollect the Happy Time
  IX. Absence
  X. Morning. By the Seaside
  XI. “One after One, the Shield, the Sword, the Spear
  XII. Faith
  XIII. “Lady, whom my Belovèd Loves
  XIV. Paolo and Francesca
  XV. “If I Believed in Death, How Sweet a Bed
  XVI. “Cover Me with Your Everlasting Arms
  XVII. “I Hear a Voice Low in the Sunset Woods
  XVIII. Evening
Eliza Cook.
 1818–1889.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by John H. Ingram
Poems and Songs. I. The Englishman
  II. They All Belong to Me
  III. “God Speed the Plough
  IV. The Old Arm-chair
  V. The Raising of the Maypole
Emily Brontë.
 1818–1848.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Richard Garnett
Poems. I. The Night-wind
  II. A Death-scene
  III. Remembrance
  IV. “Often Rebuked
  V. The Old Stoic
  VI. Last Lines
George Eliot
(Mary Ann Cross).
 1819–1880.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by James Ashcroft Noble
Brother and Sister (1869)
The Legend of Jubal (1869) (A Selection)
The Spanish Gypsy (1864–8) (From Book I)
O May I Join the Choir Invisible” (1867)
Menella Bute Smedley.
 1820–1877.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Poems. I. The Lay of Sir William Wallace
  II. “Wind Me a Summer Crown
  III. A Character
  IV. The Little Fair Soul
  V. A Discovery
  VI. Slain
  VII. Sonnet: Bishop Patteson
Dora Greenwell.
 1821–1882.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Poems. I. Home
  II. The Battle-flag of Sigurd
  III. Daria
  IV. The Man with Three Friends
  V. The Eternal Now
  VI. Demeter and Cora
  VII. “Bring Me Word How Tall She Is
  VIII. “Qui sait Aimer, sait Mourir
  IX. The Soul’s Parting
  X. Gone
  XI. Life Tapestry
  XII. To Christina Rossetti
Adelaide Anne Procter.
 1825–1864.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by H. J. Gibbs
Legends and Lyrics. I. Sent to Heaven
  II. Hush!
  III. The Story of the Faithful Soul
  IV. A Legend of Bregenz
Dinah Maria Craik.
 1826–1887.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Poems. I. Philip my King
  II. A Silly Song
  III. Semper Fidelis
  IV. Lettice
  V. Rothesay Bay
  VI. A Christmas Carol
Jean Ingelow.
 1820–1897.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Mackenzie Bell
Lyrical and Other Poems. I. The High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire (1571)
  II. Requiescat in Pace
  III. Divided
  IV. Echo and the Ferry
Christina Georgina Rossetti.
 1830–1894.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Arthur Symons
Goblin Market and Other Poems. I. Song: “When I Am Dead
  II. A Birthday
  III. Up-hill
  IV. An Apple Gathering
  V. At Home
  VI. Goblin Market
Miscellaneous Poems. I. “Yea, I Have a Goodly Heritage
  II. An Echo from Willowwood
  III. Cardinal Newman
  IV. A Death of a Firstborn
Time Flies. I. “Lord Babe, If Thou Art He
  II. “Laughing Life Cries at the Feast
  III. “Where Shall I Find a White Rose Blowing?”
  IV. “Weigh All My Faults and Follies
  V. “Piteous My Rhyme Is
  VI. “Young Girls Wear Flowers
  VII. “Golden Haired, Lily White
  VIII. “Innocent Eyes Not Ours
  IX. “Man’s Life Is but a Working Day
  X. “Have I not Striven?”
  XI. “Through Burden and Heat of the Day
  XII. “Sorrow Hath a Double Voice
  XIII. “Who Is This That Cometh up?”
  XIV. “The Goal in Sight
  XV. “Bury Hope out of Sight
  XVI. “Behold the Bridegroom Cometh
  XVII. “The Tempest over and Gone
Sing-Song
Ellen O’Leary.
 1831–1889.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by William Butler Yeats
Songs and Ballads. I. To God and Ireland True
  II. “The Dead Who Died for Ireland
  III. A Legend of Tyrone
  IV. Home to Carriglea
Isa (Craig) Knox.
 1831–1903.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Poems. I. Ode on the Centenary of Burns
  II. The Ballad of the Brides of Quair
  III. Never to Know
  IV. The Woodruffe
  V. The Root of Love
  VI. Wind and Stars
  VII. Song: “A Greenness o’er My Vision Passed
  VIII. Thames
  IX. Shadow
Harriet Eleanor Hamilton-King.
 1840–1920.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Emily Henrietta Hickey
The Disciples (1878). I. Ugo Bassi’s Sermons—I.
  Ugo Bassi’s Sermons—II.
A Book of Dreams (1882). I. A Haunted House
  II. A Moonlight Ride
Ballads of the North (1889). I. The First of June
  II. The Crocus
Augusta Webster.
 1840–1894.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Mackenzie Bell
Dramatic Studies (1866). The Snow Waste
A Woman Sold; and Other Poems (1867). I. To One of Many
  II. Too Faithful
  III. To and Fro
Portraits (1870). I. Tired (A Selection)
  II. A Dilettante (A Selection)
From Yu-Pe-Ya’s Lute (1874). “Too Soon, So Fair, Fair Lilies
A Book of Rhyme (1881). I. Pourlain the Prisoner
  II. A Coarse Morning
  III. Not to Be
  IV. English Stornelli. Marjory
Isabella Harwood
(“Ross Neil”).
 1840–1888.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Richard Garnett
Lord and Lady Russell (1876). King Charles the Second and the French Ambassador
  The Heir of Linne
Emily Pfeiffer.
 1841–1890.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Lyrics. I. “Love Came Knocking at My Door
  II. The Crown of Love
  III. Broken Light
  IV. In Extremis
  V. A Song of Winter
  VI. “When the Brow of June
Sonnets. I. Evolution
  II. To Nature (II)
  III. Dreaming
  IV. The Winged Soul
  V.–VI. Peace to the Odalisque
  VII. To the Herald Honeysuckle
  VIII. Gordon
  IX.–X. Shelley
  XI.–XII. The Lost Light (George Eliot)
Sarah Williams (“Sadie”).
 1841–1868.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Twilight Hours. I. Sospiri Volate (Selection)
  II. The Life of a Leaf
  III. At the Breach
  IV. The Coast-guard’s Story
  V. “Is It So, O Christ in Heaven?”
  VI. By Command
  VII. Marjory’s Wedding
  VIII. Growth
  IX. God’s Way
  X. With God
  XI. President Lincoln
Mary M. Singleton
(“Violet Fane”).
 1843–1905.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Poems. I. Time
  II. Divided
  III. A Reverie
Autumn Songs (1889). I. The Lament of a White Rose
  II. Song: “I Wonder will you Twine for Me
Emily H. Hickey.
 1845–1924.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Lyrics and Verse Tales. I. Beloved, It Is Morn
  II. “Thank You
  III. “M.” to “N.”
  IV. Her Dream
  V. A Sea Story
Louisa S. Guggenberger.
 1845–1895.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Key Notes (1879). I. Morning
  II. Afternoon
  III. Twilight
  IV. Midnight
  V. Unfulfilled
Poems, Lyrics, and Sonnets (1882). I. Bees in Clover. A Song
  II. The Valley of Remorse
  III. At Sabbath Dawn
  IV. Am I to Lose You?
Christina Catherine Fraser-Tytler (Mrs. Edward Liddell).
 1848– .  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Songs in Minor Keys (1884). I. Absolution
  II. The Highland Glens
  III. Thou Too Hast Suffered
  IV. Jesus the Carpenter
  V. Good-night
  VI. Sonnet: A Day in June
Mathilde Blind.
 1841–1896.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Richard Garnett
The Street-Children’s Dance
Love-Trilogy
Sonnets. I. The Dead
  II. Nirvana
The Ascent of Man (1889) (Part III). The Leading of Sorrow
Love in Exile (Songs). I. “Thou Walkest with Me
  II. “I was again beside My Love
  III. (IV.) “I would I were the Glow-worm
  IV. (VII.) “Why will You Haunt me Unawares
  V. (X.) “On Life’s Long Round
  VI. “L’Envoi
Michael Field
(Katherine Harris Bradley).
 1846–1914.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Lionel Johnson
Callirrhoë (1884). Machaon and the Faun (Act III, Scene 6)
Canute the Great (1887). Canute and Gunhild (Act I, Scene 4)
The Tragic Mary (1890). Bothwell’s Soliloquy (Act IV, Scene 5)
Lyrics. I. A Summer Wind
  II. Beloved
  III. Yea, Gold Is Son of Zeus
Alice Meynell.
 1847–1922.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by James Ashcroft Noble
Preludes (1875). I. San Lorenzo Giustiniani’s Mother
  II. Builders of Ruins
  III. In Early Spring
  IV. Parted
  V. To the Belovèd Dead
  VI. A Letter from a Girl to Her Own Old Age
  VII. An Unmarked Festival
  VIII. Song: “As the Inhastening Tide
Miscellaneous Poems. I. The Modern Poet
  II. My Heart Shall Be Thy Garden
  III. Renouncement
Annie Matheson.
 1853–1924.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Selected Poems (1900). I. A Song for Women
  II. Memory’s Song
  III. Love and Kindness
  IV. Sleep
  V. To a Little Child
  VI. Death and Life
Ada Bartrick Baker.
 1854– .  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
A Palace of Dreams, and Other Verse (1901). I. Sonnets I, XXI, XL, XLIII
  II. The Morning Star
  III. Under the Sun
  IV. In Hospital
  V. Neighbours
  VI. Lost Eden
  VII. The Heart’s Winter
  VIII. Triolet
Rosa Newmarch.
 1857–1940.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Horæ Amoris: Songs and Sonnets (1903). I. At Sunset
  II. The Heart-chamber
  III. At the Piano
  IV. To an Instrument
  V. A Litany
  VI. The City of Hope
  VII. “Chance Brings Me to the Quiet Town Again
Songs to a Singer, and Other Verses (1906). I. The Rose of Song
  II. The Falling Star
  III. Prelude to Day
  IV. The Bitter Melody
A. Mary F. Robinson-Darmesteter.
 1857–1944.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Arthur Symons
A Handful of Honeysuckle (1878). I. A Pastoral
  II. Dawn-Angels
  III. Paradise Fancies, I–IV
  IV. Sonnet: “God Sent a Poet to Reform His Earth
The Crowned Hippolytus (1881). I. Two Lovers
  II. A Jonquil
The New Arcadia (1884). Tuscan Olives
An Italian Garden (1886). I. Florentine May
  II. Venetian Nocturne
  III. Tuscan Cypress
Songs, Ballads, and a Play (1888). I. Etruscan Tombs
  II. Tuberoses
  III. An Orchard at Avignon
Lyrics (1891). I. The Dead Friend
  II. Twilight
Constance C. W. Naden.
 1858–1889.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Richard Garnett
Poems. I. The Pantheist’s Song of Immortality
  II. The Confession
  III. Friendship
  IV. Natural Selection
Edith (Nesbit) Bland.
 1858–1924.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alexander Hay Japp
Lays and Legends (1886). I. Song, “Oh Baby, Baby, Baby Dear
  II. The Depths of the Sea
Leaves of Life (1888). I. Winter Violets
  II. Among His Books
  III. Morning Song
Miscellaneous Poems. I. Ballad of a Bridal
  II. A Tragedy (I)
  III. A Tragedy (II)
  IV. The Ghost
Sonnets: Night and Morning. I. Night
  II. Morning
Dollie Radford.
 1858–1920.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Arthur Symons
A Light Load (1891). I. Spring Song
  II. Song: “Amid a Crown of Radiant Hills
  III. “Night
  IV. Orpheus
  V. By the Sea
A Ballad of Victory
Graham R. Thomson
(Rosamund Marriott Watson).
 1860–1911.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Richard le Gallienne
The Bird-Bride: A Volume of Ballads and Sonnets (1889). I. Ballad of the Bird-Bride
  II. The Smile of All-Wisdom
Sonnets. I. An Interlude
  II. Omar Khayyám
  III. Blind Man’s Holiday
  IV. Hereafter
A Summer Night and Other Poems (1891). I. A Summer Night
  II. Two Songs
  III. In the Rain
  IV. Chimæra
Jane Barlow.
 1857–1917.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Katharine Tynan Hinkson
Ghost-Bereft (1901). I. A Misunderstanding
  II. The Turn of the Road
  III. A Long Day
  IV. Outside the Toy Shop
  V. Expectation
  VI. In Sanctuary
Katharine Tynan Hinkson.
 1861–1931.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Ballads and Lyrics (1892). I. The Children of Lir
  II. Sheep and Lambs
Cuckoo Songs (1894). I. God’s Bird
  II. Lament
A Lover’s Breast-Knot (1896). I. Love’s Trouble
  II. Love Comfortless
Poems (1901). I. The Tree-Lover
  II. Talisman
  III. Maternity
Innocencies (1905). I. The Dead Child
  II. The Meeting
  III. The Mother
  IV. The Desire
  V. To the Mother
Cicely Fox-Smith.
 1882–1954.  
Critical and Biographical Essay by Alfred H. Miles
Songs of Greater Britain (1899). I. Red, White and Blue
  II. The Colonists
  III. The Skylark
  IV. Autumn
The Foremost Trail (1900). I. The Foremost Trail
  II. A Worshipper
Wings of the Morning (1904). I. London Pool
  II. An Angel Unawares
  III. Afterglow
  IV. A Bird’s Call
  V. Journey’s End

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