The Keepsake for 1830

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1 Scott, Sir Walter. The House of Aspen, a Tragedy; [Prose/65 pages]
? Anonymous. Self-love, Sympathy, Selfishness; [Poetry/5 pages]
66 Holland, Lord Henry Richard. L'amour fait passer le tems; [Poetry/1 pages]
67 Porchester, Lord. Lament of the Genii; [Poetry/2 pages]
69 Dover, Lord George Agar Ellis. Stanzas, "A hallow'd fane"; [Poetry/2 pages]
71 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Mourner, a Tale; [Prose/26 pages]
97 Gordon, George Huntly. Sonnet, "Richmond!"; [Poetry/3 pages]
100 Gowen, J. R.. Constantinople; [Poetry/2 pages]
101 Moxon, Edward. Sonnet, "Loud Midnight"; [Poetry/1 pages]
102 Morier, James Justinian. Constandi, a Tale of the Levant; [Prose/24 pages]
126 Spencer, Archdeacon (Aubrey George). Inscription, "When on the tomb"; [Poetry/1 pages]
127 Phipps, Charles. To the Butterfly; [Poetry/2 pages]
129 Dover, Lord George Agar Ellis. A Tragedy of Other Times; [Prose/4 pages]
133 Strickland, Agnes. The Last Look; [Poetry/1 pages]
134 Phipps, Charles. On looking at the Sea; [Poetry/2 pages]
136 Bernal, Ralph. The Delusion of Three Days; [Prose/9 pages]
145 Normanby, Lord Costantine H. P.. A Sketch; [Prose/5 pages]
150 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Evil-Eye, a Tale; [Prose/26 pages]
176 Bernal, Ralph. The Condemned; [Poetry/2 pages]
178 Hook, Theodore Edward. The Bride; [Prose/20 pages]
198 Sheridan, Charles Brinsley. Stanzas, "Hence, thoughts"; [Poetry/2 pages]
200 Bayley, Thomas Haynes. Song of a Soldier's Story; [Poetry/2 pages]
202 Lamb, Lady Caroline. Invocation to Sleep; [Poetry/1 pages]
203 Nugent, Lord. The Shooting Star, a Tale; [Prose/10 pages]
213 Morpeth, Lord, Howard, G. W. F.. Nuptuals of Doge with Adriatic Sea; [Poetry/3 pages]
216 Byron, Lord. Letters to several Friends; [Prose/16 pages]
232 Trueba y Cosia, Don Telesforo de. The Excuse; [Poetry/1 pages]
233 Jerdan, William. The time that was, and Is; [Poetry/2 pages]
235 Banim, John & Michael (O'HaraFamily). The Faithful Servant; [Prose/12 pages]
247 Morpeth, Lord, Howard, G. W. F.. Scraps of Italy: Rome; [Poetry/2 pages]
248 Morpeth, Lord, Howard, G. W. F.. The Bay of Baiae; [Poetry/4 pages]
249 Lister, Thomas Henry. A Dialogue for the Year 2130; [Prose/15 pages]
264 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Song, "Tis not the lilly brow"; [Poetry/1 pages]
265 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The False Rhyme, a Tale; [Prose/4 pages]
269 Bernal, Ralph. Ballad, "If dear to thy heart"; [Poetry/1 pages]
270 Hope, Thomas. Self-Love; [Prose/5 pages]
275 Roscoe, William Stanley. Sonnet, The Camellia; [Poetry/1 pages]
276 Hook, Theodore Edward. The Portrait illustrated; [Prose/3 pages]
279 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Poet's Answer to Lady's Question; [Poetry/1 pages]
280 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). Dorathea, a Tale; [Prose/11 pages]
291 Banim, John & Michael (O'HaraFamily). The Hall of the Castle; [Prose/23 pages]
314 Liddell, Henry. Ode to an Eagle; [Poetry/2 pages]
316 Lamb, Lady Caroline. Woman's Love; [Poetry/1 pages]
317 Normanby, Lord Costantine H. P.. The Prophet of St. Pauls; [Prose/35 pages]

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