The Forget Me Not Literary Annual for 1840

Poetess Archive: Collections

Table of Contents, Forget Me Not, A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1840     

Table of Contents

Anonymous. The Silent Lyre; [Poetry/1 pages]
7 Barker, Matthew Henry (Old Sailor). Old Betty's Nook; [Prose/55 pages]
9 Montgomery, James. To Her Majesty Queen Victoria; [Poetry/1 pages]
10 Krewn. The Prophesy of the Last Druid; [Poetry/6 pages]
40 Brown, Edward Noyce. To Agatha; [Poetry/1 pages]
72 Swain, Charles. The Peasantry of England; [Poetry/1 pages]
73 Anonymous. Count Egmont; [Prose/12 pages]
85 Anonymous. The Masquerade; [Prose/30 pages]
115 Jerrold, Douglas. A Tale of the Tower; [Poetry/6 pages]
121 Browne (Gray), Mary Ann. Spike Island; [Prose/32 pages]
153 Sigourney, Mrs. L. H.. Last Words of an Indian Chief; [Poetry/2 pages]
155 Walker, Mrs. Eliza. The Eve of the Bridal; [Poetry/2 pages]
157 Anonymous. The Younger Son; [Prose/37 pages]
194 Mackenzie, R. Shelton. Lyra; [Poetry/1 pages]
195 Howitt, Mary. The Ascent of the Spirit; [Poetry/2 pages]
197 Swain, Charles. To the Night Wind; [Poetry/2 pages]
199 Mackenzie, R. Shelton. Le Millionaire Malegre' Lui; [Prose/18 pages]
217 Sigourney, Mrs. L. H.. The Benefactress; [Poetry/3 pages]
220 Campbell, Captain R. Calder. Song, "I loved her"; [Poetry/1 pages]
221 Anonymous. Adeline. A Sketch from Life; [Prose/12 pages]
233 Abdy, Maria. The Fatherless; [Poetry/2 pages]
235 Campbell, Captain R. Calder. Fisher Jenny; [Prose/21 pages]
256 Swain, Charles. The Contrast; [Poetry/1 pages]
257 Browne (Gray), Mary Ann. The Captive Princess; [Poetry/7 pages]
264 Swain, Charles. The Tree of the Valley; [Poetry/1 pages]
265 Howitt, Mary. Willsby Old Hall; [Prose/21 pages]
287 Lawrance, Miss H.. The Dappled Doe; [Poetry/4 pages]
291 Anonymous. Alice Bertram or Black and White; [Prose/33 pages]
324 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). The Bust of my Son Charles; [Poetry/5 pages]
329 Sheridan, Miss Louisa H.. The Polish Lovers; [Prose/10 pages]
339 Montgomery, James. Wild Pink of Malmesbury Abbey; [Poetry/4 pages]
343 Bowdich (Lee), Mrs.. The Tapestried Chair; [Prose/17 pages]
360 Swain, Charles. Song, "The winds are blowing"; [Poetry/2 pages]

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