The Forget Me Not Literary Annual for 1836

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Forget Me Not, A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1836     

Forget Me Not, A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1836

compiled by Frederic Shoberl

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The Actress at the "Duke's."
From a painting by Edwin A. Landseer
Engraved by Charles Rolls

Title Page

Inscription Page

Table of Contents (page image)

Table of Contents

9 Anonymous. The Young Enchanter; [Prose/30 pages]
39 Norton, Mrs. Erskine of Rio de Janeiro. A Chinese Visitation; [Prose/9 pages]
48 Montgomery, James. The Death of the Righteous; [Poetry/1 pages]
49 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). Faded Flowers; [Poetry/1 pages]
50 Chorley, Henry F.. The Rest of the Heart; [Poetry/1 pages]
51 Lawrance, Miss H.. King Alfred's Return Danish Camp; [Poetry/4 pages]
55 Stone, William Leete. Life in the Woods; [Prose/25 pages]
80 Howitt, Mary. The Lady and the Sea Captain; [Poetry/3 pages]
83 Swain, Charles. The Shepherdess; [Poetry/2 pages]
85 Lawrance, Miss H.. The Mint-master of Westchester; [Prose/31 pages]
116 Polwhele, Rev. Richard. The Departed Friend; [Poetry/1 pages]
117 Howitt, Mary. The Dying Sister; [Poetry/2 pages]
119 Hervey, Thomas Kibble. The Dancing Girl Reposing; [Poetry/2 pages]
121 MacNish, Robert. A Night near Monte Video; [Prose/13 pages]
134 Davids, C. J.. Song, "Shine, lovely star"; [Poetry/1 pages]
135 Hill, Isabel. Our Helper; [Prose/18 pages]
153 Chorley, Henry F.. Juliana; [Prose/24 pages]
177 Anonymous. The Midnight Wind; [Poetry/2 pages]
179 Carr, Alexander A.. Glengorroch; [Prose/15 pages]
194 Polwhele, Rev. Richard. The Last Evening Primrose; [Poetry/1 pages]
195 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Confession; [Poetry/3 pages]
198 Campbell, Captain R. Calder. Woman's Grief; [Poetry/1 pages]
199 Barker, Matthew Henry (Old Sailor). The Lion and the Lamb; [Prose/56 pages]
255 Davids, C. J.. The Siege of a Woman's Heart; [Poetry/2 pages]
257 Serle, Thomas James. Cromwell and his Daughter; [Prose/9 pages]
266 Montgomery, James. A Wedding Wish; [Poetry/1 pages]
267 Anonymous. Vesuvius; [Prose/20 pages]
287 Davids, C. J.. The Sea-King's Bride; [Poetry/2 pages]
289 Jerrold, Douglas. The Actress at "the Duke's"; [Prose/25 pages]
314 Davids, C. J.. To Romance; [Poetry/1 pages]
315 Blanchard, Laman. The Dance of the Peasants; [Poetry/5 pages]
320 Bowring, Dr. John. Song written at Sea; [Poetry/1 pages]
321 Bowdich (Lee), Mrs.. The Busy Friends; [Prose/17 pages]
338 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). Reflections on the Marriage-day; [Poetry/3 pages]
341 Mackenzie, R. Shelton. De Courtenaye; [Poetry/4 pages]
345 Papworth, J. B.. Porch of the Chartres Cathedral; [Poetry/4 pages]
349 Anonymous. The Lament of Exile; [Poetry/2 pages]
351 Howitt, Richard. Sonnet, "To the Cuckoo"; [Poetry/1 pages]
351 Howitt, Richard. Sonnet, 7quot;To the Nightingale"; [Poetry/1 pages]
352 Hogg, James (Ettrick Shepherd). The Lord of Balloch; [Poetry/4 pages]

List of Plates (page image)

List of Plates

front The Actress at the "Duke's."; (art.) Landseer, Edwin, A.; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
9 The Young Enchanter; (art.) Wood, John; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
51 King Alfred's Return from the Danish Camp; (art.) Hart, S. A., A. R. A; (eng.) Bacon, Frederick
83 The Shepherdess; (art.) Hancock, C.; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph
117 The Dying Sister; (art.) Sharpe, Miss Elisa; (eng.) Robinson, Henry
153 Juliana; (art.) Sharpe, Miss Louisa; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph
195 The Confession; (art.) Stone, Frank; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
257 Cromwell and his Daughter; (art.) Fisk, W; (eng.) Stocks, Lumb
315 The Dance of the Peasants; (art.) Bone, Robert Trewick; (eng.) Davenport, Samuel
345 Porch of Chartres Cathedral; (art.) Prout, Samuel, F. S.; (eng.) Carter, James
P P Presentation Plate; (art.) Parris, E. T.; (eng.) Kelsall, W. H.

Preface Frederic Shoberl


Preface by Frederic Shoberl



Date: 1836 (Web page revisions: 04/22/2006) Author: compiled by Frederic Shoberl (Web page revisions: Laura Mandell).
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