The Keepsake for 1829

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The Keepsake for 1829      

The Keepsake for 1829

compiled by Frederic Mansel Reynolds

Table of Contents

1 Scott, Sir Walter. My Aunt Margaret's Mirror; [Prose/44 pages]
45 Leveson-Gower, ( Lord Egerton Francis). Stanzas on the Execution Militaire; [Poetry/2 pages]
47 Shelley, Percy Bysshe. On Love; [Poetry/3 pages]
49 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. To __, "That e'er my visit"; [Poetry/1 pages]
50 Wordsworth, William. The Country Girl; [Poetry/1 pages]
51 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. On Two Sisters; [Poetry/1 pages]
52 Banim, John & Michael (O'HaraFamily). The Half-Brothers; [Prose/17 pages]
69 Morpeth, Lord, Howard, G. W. F.. Scraps of Italy; [Poetry/4 pages]
72 Wordsworth, William. The Triad; [Poetry/7 pages]
80 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Sisters of Albano; [Prose/20 pages]
100 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. Invitation; [Poetry/1 pages]
101 Boaden, James. Illustrations of Characters; [Prose/7 pages]
108 Wordsworth, William. The Wishing Gate; [Poetry/3 pages]
111 Nugent, Lord. Apropos of Bread; [Prose/8 pages]
119 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. Anticipation for a Coquette; [Poetry/1 pages]
120 Moore, Thomas. Extempore; [Poetry/1 pages]
121 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Verses; [Poetry/1 pages]
122 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Epigrams, "Hoarse Maevius reads"; [Poetry/1 pages]
123 Scott, Sir Walter. The Tapestried Chamber; [Prose/20 pages]
142 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. To a Spinster; [Poetry/1 pages]
143 Beazley, Samuel. An Attempt at a Tour; [Prose/12 pages]
156 Wordsworth, William. Sonnet, "Miserrimus !"; [Poetry/1 pages]
157 Southey, Robert. Lucy and her Bird; [Poetry/3 pages]
160 Shelley, Percy Bysshe. Summer and Winter; [Poetry/1 pages]
161 Shelley, Percy Bysshe. The Tower of Famine; [Poetry/1 pages]
162 Shelley, Percy Bysshe. The Aziola; [Poetry/1 pages]
163 St. Leger, Barry Boyle The Lady and her Lovers; [Poetry/1 pages]
184 Holland, Lord Henry Richard. Distich; [Poetry/1 pages]
184 Luttrell, Henry. Lines over a covered seat; [Poetry/1 pages]
185 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. The Thief Detected; [Poetry/1 pages]
186 Scott, Sir Walter. Death of the Laird's Jock; [Prose/7 pages]
193 Bernal, Ralph. Stanzas, "Oh life in thy confused"; [Poetry/1 pages]
195 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Fernando Eboli; [Prose/24 pages]
218 R. (M.). Quatrain; [Poetry/1 pages]
219 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. The Test of Love; [Poetry/1 pages]
220 Croker, Thomas Crofton. The Boy and the Butterfly; [Poetry/1 pages]
221 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. An Incident; [Prose/6 pages]
237 L. (M.). What is Love?; [Poetry/1 pages]
238 Southey, Robert. Stanzas, "Turner, thy pencil brings"; [Poetry/2 pages]
240 Montgomery, James. Sketch of a Fragment of History; [Prose/17 pages]
257 Jerdan, William. Life's Day; [Poetry/1 pages]
258 Scott, Sir Walter. A Scene at Abbotsford; [Prose/4 pages]
261 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. To a Critic; [Poetry/1 pages]
262 Hemans, Mrs. Felicia. The Broken Chain; [Poetry/3 pages]
263 R. (M.). Impromptu, "Your Venus"; [Poetry/2 pages]
265 Porchester, Lord. To a Pearl; [Poetry/2 pages]
266 Bayley, Thomas Haynes. A Legend of Killarney; [Prose/10 pages]
277 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Epigrams, "Your poem must external be"; [Poetry/2 pages]
279 Luttrell, Henry. Burnham Beeches; [Poetry/4 pages]
282 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The Garden of Boccacio; [Poetry/4 pages]
286 Hook, Theodore Edward. The Old Gentleman; [Prose/24 pages]
310 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Altered River; [Poetry/1 pages]
311 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Epigram, "I asked my fair"; [Poetry/1 pages]
312 Roscoe, William Stanley. Lines written in an Album; [Poetry/1 pages]
313 Harrison, William Henry, (H.). The Victim Bride; [Poetry/2 pages]
315 Normanby, Lord Costantine H. P.. Clorinda, or the Necklace of Pearl; [Prose/39 pages]
354 Lockhart, John Gibson. The King and the Minstrel of Ely; [Prose/6 pages]
360 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Epigram, "Shy Belzebub to all"; [Poetry/1 pages]

List of Plates

front Vignette Title; (art.) Howard, Henry, R. A.; (eng.) Portbury, Edward J.
front Mrs. Peel; (art.) Lawrence, Sir Thomas; (eng.) Heath, Charles
33 The Magic Mirror; (art.) Wright, J. M., R. A.; (eng.) Portbury, Edward J.
50 The Country Girl; (art.) Holmes, James; (eng.) Heath, Charles
65 Lucy on the Rock; (art.) Westall, Richard, R.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
80 The Lake of Albano; (art.) Turner, J. M. W., R.; (eng.) Wallis, Robert
101 Anne Page and Slender; (art.) Richter, Henry; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
121 Duchess of Bedford; (art.) Landseer, Edwin, A.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
136 The Tapestried Chamber; (art.) Stephanoff, F. P.; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph
157 Lucy and her Bird; (art.) Wright, J. M., R. A.; (eng.) Finden, William
166 Love; (art.) Stephanoff, F. P.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
177 Jealousy; (art.) Stephanoff, F. P.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
191 The Laird's Jock; (art.) Corbould, Henry, R.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
215 Adalinda; (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
238 The Lago Maggiore; (art.) Turner, J. M. W., R.; (eng.) Smith, William R.
258 A Scene at Abbotsford; (art.) Landseer, Edwin, A.; (eng.) Smith, D.
282 The Garden of Boccacio; (art.) Stothard, Thomas, R.; (eng.) Engleheart, Francis
344 Clorinda; (art.) Stephanoff, F. P.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
P P Presentation Plate; (art.) Corbould, Henry, R.; (eng.) Heath, Charles

Date: 1829 (Web page revisions: 04/27/2006) Author: compiled by Frederic Mansel Reynolds (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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