Friendship's Offering for 1832

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Friendship's Offering for 1832      

Friendship's Offering for 1832

compiled by Thomas Pringle

Table of Contents

1 Mitford, Mary Russell. The Incendiary; [Prose/17 pages]
18 Pringle, Thomas. Dream of Fairy-Land; [Poetry/27 pages]
45 Banim, John & Michael (O'HaraFamily). The Substitute; [Prose/27 pages]
72 Procter, Bryan W. (Barry Cornwall). For Music; [Poetry/1 pages]
73 Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George. The Poet's Dream; [Poetry/4 pages]
77 Montgomery, James. The Lily; [Poetry/2 pages]
79 Anonymous. The Queen Anne's Sixpence; [Prose/22 pages]
ix Bayley, Thomas Haynes. Friendship's Offering; [Poetry/2 pages]
101 Anonymous. The Cloud; [Poetry/1 pages]
102 Awg. The Butterfly; [Poetry/1 pages]
103 Pringle, Thomas. African Scenery; [Poetry/1 pages]
104 Awg. The Death of King Hacho; [Poetry/5 pages]
109 Tayler, Rev. Charles Benjamin. On Green Grass; [Prose/17 pages]
126 Howitt, Richard. May Sonnets; [Poetry/1 pages]
127 Clare, John. The Thrush's Nest; [Poetry/1 pages]
128 Howitt, Mary. The Embarkation; [Poetry/3 pages]
131 Inglis, Henry (Derwent Conway). Temptation of the Capuchins; [Prose/14 pages]
145 Procter, Bryan W. (Barry Cornwall). Evening Leaves; [Poetry/5 pages]
150 Norton, Mrs. Caroline E. S.. The Orphan; [Prose/26 pages]
176 Kennedy, William. The Artist; [Poetry/5 pages]
181 Wood, Mrs. Anna Maria. Expectation; [Poetry/1 pages]
182 Richardson, David Lester. Sonnets Written at Sea; [Poetry/1 pages]
183 Anonymous. To Mary Howitt; [Poetry/3 pages]
186 Banim, John. Irish Mary, a Song; [Poetry/2 pages]
188 Fraser, James Baillie. Red Eachan the Hunter; [Prose/25 pages]
213 Housman, R. F.. Twilight; [Poetry/1 pages]
214 Anonymous. A Parting Dirge; [Poetry/2 pages]
216 H. (J.). Sonnet to S. H.; [Poetry/1 pages]
217 Bell, Henry Glassford. The Greek Mother; [Poetry/3 pages]
220 Anonymous. The Sexagenarian's Story; [Prose/20 pages]
240 Hervey, Thomas Kibble. Stanzas written in a Cathedral; [Poetry/3 pages]
243 Galt, John. First Settlers in Ohio; [Prose/13 pages]
256 Howitt, Mary. The Dismal Story; [Poetry/8 pages]
264 Pringle, Thomas. The Minstrel Boy; [Poetry/1 pages]
265 Lawrance, Miss H.. Vavasor Pleasaunce; [Prose/20 pages]
285 Pringle, Thomas. Paraphrase of the 23rd Psalm; [Poetry/2 pages]
287 Cunningham, Allan. The Poet's Love; [Poetry/2 pages]
289 W. (J).. The Woes of Praise; [Prose/11 pages]
300 Anonymous. Sonnet to Ella; [Poetry/1 pages]
300 H. (J.). Sonnet to Elia; [Poetry/1 pages]
301 Awg. The Enchantment; [Poetry/2 pages]
303 Moir, David Macbeth (Delta). The Palace; [Poetry/2 pages]
305 Banim, John & Michael (O'HaraFamily). The Churchyard Watch; [Prose/15 pages]
320 Awg. Midnight Parade of Napoleon; [Poetry/5 pages]
325 St. John, James Augustus The Golden Basket Bearer; [Prose/40 pages]
365 Norton, Mrs. Caroline E. S.. There is no Trace of Thee around; [Poetry/2 pages]
367 Tennyson, Frederick. Sonnet, "Nature the beauty"; [Poetry/1 pages]
367 Tennyson, Alfred Lord. Sonnet, "Me my own fate"; [Poetry/1 pages]
368 Motherwell, William. Verses, "Oh, agony !"; [Poetry/1 pages]
369 Ritchie, Leitch. A Traveler's Tale; [Prose/15 pages]

List of Plates

front The Presentation Plate; (art.) Corbould, Henry, R.; (eng.) Cook, J. W.
front Lady Carrington; (art.) Lawrence, Sir Thomas; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
34 The Fairy of the Lake; (art.) Richter, Henry; (eng.) Finden, Edward
73 The Poet's Dream; (art.) Westall, Richard, R.; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph
128 The Embarkation; (art.) Holmes, James; (eng.) Brandard, Robert
157 The Orphan; (art.) Holmes, James; (eng.) Shenton, Henry C.
181 Expectation; (art.) Wood, E. C.; (eng.) Finden, William
217 The Greek Mother; (art.) Corbould, Henry, R.; (eng.) Rolls, Henry
256 The Dismal Tale; (art.) Stothard, Thomas, R.; (eng.) Shenton, Henry C.
303 The Palace; (art.) Purser, William; (eng.) Finden, Edward
348 Myrrhina and Myrto; (art.) Wood, John; (eng.) Dean, T. A.
382 The Prediction; (art.) Johannot, Alfred; (eng.) Rolls, Charles

Date: 1832 (Web page revisions: 04/26/2006) Author: compiled by Thomas Pringle (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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