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Table of Contents, Friendship's Offering: Winter' Wreath, for 1834      

Table of Contents

1 Ritchie, Leitch. My First Love; [Prose/29 pages]
30 Procter, Bryan W. (Barry Cornwall). To the Dark Eyes of -; [Poetry/1 pages]
31 Procter, Bryan W. (Barry Cornwall). The Conquests of Man; [Poetry/1 pages]
32 Anonymous. Sonnet: Truth is a God; [Poetry/1 pages]
34 Norton, Mrs. Caroline E. S.. The Forgotten Tryst; [Poetry/3 pages]
37 Ellis, Mrs. (Sarah Stickney). Grace Kennedy; [Poetry/35 pages]
73 Anonymous. Venus and Aeneas at Carthage; [Prose/6 pages]
79 H. (D.). Sonnet, "The sound of the waters"; [Poetry/1 pages]
80 Mitford, Mary Russell. The Carpenter's Daughter; [Prose/14 pages]
91 Pringle, Thomas. The Captive of Camula; [Poetry/4 pages]
94 Pringle, Thomas. The Emigrant's Song; [Poetry/1 pages]
96 Moodie, Mrs. (Susanna Strickland). A Canadian Song; [Poetry/2 pages]
97 Inglis, Henry (Derwent Conway). The Lady and the Moor; [Prose/15 pages]
112 Anonymous. Stepano the Albanian; [Prose/31 pages]
143 S.. The Mountainer's Return; [Poetry/1 pages]
144 Anonymous. Tartar's War Song; [Poetry/1 pages]
145 Anonymous. Stanzas, "No night so dark"; [Poetry/1 pages]
146 Scargill, William Pitt. The Pet Village; [Prose/17 pages]
163 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. My Baptismal Birthday; [Poetry/1 pages]
165 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Fragments from wreck of Memory; [Poetry/2 pages]
165 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Hymn to the Earth; [Poetry/2 pages]
167 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The Homeric Hexameter; [Poetry/1 pages]
169 Anonymous. Song of the Chieftain's Daughter; [Poetry/2 pages]
171 Scargill, William Pitt. A Chapter on Childhood; [Prose/8 pages]
179 Norton, Mrs. Caroline E. S.. To my Child; [Poetry/2 pages]
181 Lawrance, Miss H.. Master Dod's Blessing; [Prose/30 pages]
211 Pringle, Thomas. O the Ewe-Bughting's Bonny; [Poetry/2 pages]
213 Anonymous. Woman; [Poetry/1 pages]
214 Procter, Bryan W. (Barry Cornwall). A Song on an Old Subject; [Poetry/1 pages]
215 Anonymous. A Farewell; [Poetry/1 pages]
216 Anonymous. Lines on Willow reflected in Water; [Poetry/1 pages]
217 Richardson, Mrs. C. E.. The Ballroom; [Prose/31 pages]
248 Pringle, Thomas. The Valley of Vision; [Prose/5 pages]
253 Ellis, Mrs. (Sarah Stickney). Lady Blanche; [Prose/30 pages]
283 Ellis, Mrs. (Sarah Stickney). Early Days; [Poetry/2 pages]
285 Housman, R. F.. The Summer; [Poetry/1 pages]
286 Pringle, Thomas. Mary of Glen Fyne; [Poetry/1 pages]
287 Pringle, Thomas. Song, "I love the free ridge"; [Poetry/1 pages]
288 Pringle, Thomas. Sonnet, "Mid laughing sircles"; [Poetry/1 pages]
289 Tayler, Rev. Charles Benjamin. Donna Francesca; [Prose/18 pages]
307 Banim, John. Ill Got, Ill Gone; [Prose/18 pages]
325 Whitehead, Charles. Ippolito; [Poetry/20 pages]
345 Pringle, Thomas. The Fount of Uhlanga; [Prose/2 pages]
347 Tayler, Rev. Charles Benjamin. Good Gentleman and Gypsy Family; [Prose/8 pages]
355 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Love's Apparition & Evanishment; [Poetry/1 pages]
356 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Lightheartedness in Rhyme; [Prose/5 pages]
361 Ellis, Mrs. (Sarah Stickney). The Absent; [Poetry/3 pages]
364 Neale, Erskine. Dying for Love; [Poetry/2 pages]
366 Scargill, William Pitt. The Lad of Genius; [Poetry/18 pages]

Date: 1834 (Web page revisions: 04/26/2006) Author: (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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