The Forget Me Not Literary Annual for 1846

Poetess Archive: Collections

Forget Me Not, A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1846     

Forget Me Not, A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1846

compiled by Frederic Shoberl

Table of Contents

7 Sigourney, Mrs. L. H.. The Royal Guest; [Poetry/3 pages]
11 Hood, Thomas. Guido and Marina; [Poetry/6 pages]
17 Lowther, Eden. The Choicest Flask; [Prose/28 pages]
45 Ross, Miss G. Fanny. The Language of Eyes; [Poetry/3 pages]
48 Jewsbury, Maria Jane (Fletcher). The Lover's Ballad; [Poetry/1 pages] 49 Papworth, J. B.. Monuments of the Scaligers; [Poetry/6 pages]
55 Bowring, Dr. John. Ide, "Green Vale !"; [Poetry/1 pages]
56 Ross, Miss G. Fanny. Song, "I love thy gay laugh"; [Poetry/1 pages]
57 Campbell, Captain R. Calder. A Bride in the Jungles; [Prose/20 pages]
77 S. (S. H.). Spring; [Poetry/2 pages]
79 Walker, Mrs. Eliza. A Sketch from Nature; [Poetry/1 pages]
80 Cook, Eliza. On the Death of a Favorite Hound; [Poetry/3 pages]
83 Author of "The Voyage of Life". The Ojibbeway's Revenge; [Prose/14 pages]
97 Michell, Major Nicholas. The Spirit of Ruin; [Poetry/3 pages]
100 Swain, Charles. Procrastination; [Poetry/1 pages]
101 Browne (Gray), Mary Ann. Sarah Burnett; [Prose/24 pages]
125 M. (S.). The Last of the Macarthies; [Poetry/3 pages]
128 Gould, Hannah Flagg. The Rainbow; [Poetry/1 pages]
129 Ponsonby, Anne Eliza. The Lost Ship; [Poetry/2 pages]
131 Lee, Abbott. The Penitent and his Penance; [Prose/30 pages]
161 Ross, Miss G. Fanny. The Myrtle; [Poetry/2 pages]
163 Pardoe, Miss Julia S. H.. The Bivouac; [Prose/27 pages]
190 Jewsbury, Maria Jane (Fletcher). The Sleeping Slave; [Poetry/1 pages]
191 Swain, Charles. Better than Beauty; [Poetry/2 pages]
193 Dalton, J. Forbes. The Silent Avowal; [Prose/12 pages]
205 Ross, Miss G. Fanny. A Recollected Song; [Poetry/2 pages]
207 Swain, Charles. Imogen; [Poetry/3 pages]
210 Campbell, Captain R. Calder. Morning in India; [Poetry/1 pages]
211 Anonymous. The Unconscious Slave; [Prose/23 pages]
234 S. (S. H.). Reflections in Village Church; [Poetry/2 pages]
236 McNaghten, Capt. Sir William Hay. Song, "Oh no !"; [Poetry/1 pages]
237 Barker, Matthew Henry (Old Sailor). The Portrait; [Prose/34 pages]
271 Ross, Miss G. Fanny. The Reverie; [Poetry/3 pages]
274 Ponsonby, Anne Eliza. The Ballad of Earl Harold; [Poetry/8 pages]
282 Dalton, J. Forbes. Tanfield Gateway Tower; [Poetry/2 pages]
285 Browne (Gray), Mary Ann. The Anniversary of Death; [Poetry/2 pages]

List of Plates

front The Reverie; (art.) Drummond, W.; (eng.) Cochran, John
17 The Choicest Flask; (art.) Smyth, Coke; (eng.) Mote, William H.
49 Verona; (art.) Prout, Samuel, F. S.; (eng.) Carter, James
79 A Sketch from Nature; (art.) Hering, G. E.; (eng.) Mote, William H.
131 The Pentient and his Penance; (art.) M'Ian, R. R.; (eng.) Hollis, J.
163 The Bivonac; (art.) von de Laar; (eng.) Godfrey, John
193 The Silent Avowal; (art.) Colin, A.; (eng.) Kernot, James H.
207 Imogen; (art.) Stephanoff, F. P.; (eng.) Brain, John
237 The Portrait; (art.) Chisholme, A.; (eng.) Carter, James
P P Inscription Plate; (art.) Franklin, J.; (eng.) Nicholls, G. P.

Date: 1846 (Web page revisions: 04/22/2006) Author: compiled by Frederic Shoberl (Web page revisions: Laura Mandell).
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