The Keepsake for 1833

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The Keepsake for 1833      

The Keepsake for 1833

compiled by Frederic Mansel Reynolds

Table of Contents

1 Dover, Lord George Agar Ellis. Vicissitudes of Princess Brunswick; [Prose/7 pages]
8 Liddell, Henry. The Moors; [Poetry/4 pages]
12 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). The Mourners, a Tale; [Prose/16 pages]
28 Anonymous. Stanzas; [Poetry/1 pages]
29 Anonymous. Au Revoir; [Poetry/1 pages]
30 Ritchie, Leitch. The Novice, or Convent Demon; [Poetry/22 pages]
53 Anonymous. The Monument, a Tale; [Prose/12 pages]
65 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Marius at the Ruins of Carthage; [Poetry/2 pages]
67 Grattan, Thomas Colley. The Curate-Confessor of Virofloy; [Prose/15 pages]
82 Strickland, Agnes. The Bridesmaid; [Poetry/2 pages]
84 Bernal, Ralph. Recollections of Ehrenbreitstein; [Prose/19 pages]
103 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Adieu; [Poetry/2 pages]
105 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Brother and Sister; [Prose/37 pages]
142 Bernal, Ralph. The Bucanier; [Poetry/2 pages]
144 Carne, John. The Highland Cottage; [Prose/17 pages]
161 Bernal, Ralph. My Mother's Grave; [Poetry/3 pages]
164 Morpeth, Lord, Howard, G. W. F.. A Story of Modern Science; [Prose/21 pages]
185 Caradoc, Hobart. From the Spanish; [Poetry/2 pages]
187 Boaden, James. Malvolio, or Sickness of Self Love; [Poetry/6 pages]
193 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). Stanzas, "My heart is like a withered rose"; [Poetry/1 pages]
194 Morpeth, Lord, Howard, G. W. F.. Hero's Song; [Poetry/2 pages]
196 Morier, James Justinian. Pepita, a Mexican Story; [Prose/12 pages]
208 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). Stock in Trade of Modern Poetess; [Poetry/2 pages]
210 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Invisible Girl; [Prose/18 pages]
228 Lowther, John Henry. The Farewell; [Poetry/2 pages]
230 Strickland, Agnes. Sonnet, The Misty Landscape; [Poetry/1 pages]
231 Anonymous. The Misers of Antwerp; [Prose/10 pages]
241 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). Verrex, a Tale; [Prose/20 pages]
261 Mahon, Lord (Philip Henry). To the Rhine; [Poetry/1 pages]
262 Lowther, John Henry. The Anticipation; [Poetry/1 pages]
263 Ritchie, Leitch. The Outlaw Bride, a Tale; [Prose/23 pages]
286 Spencer, Archdeacon (Aubrey George). Stanzas written on Italian Air; [Poetry/2 pages]
288 Anonymous. Fall of the Rhine near Schaffhausen; [Poetry/4 pages]
292 Mahon, Lord (Philip Henry). The Eighteenth of June, 1832; [Poetry/2 pages]
294 Berkeley, Grantley F.. A Tale of the Forest; [Prose/5 pages]
299 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. No More; [Prose/1 pages]
300 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). Twilight; [Poetry/1 pages]
301 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). One Peep was enough, or Post Office; [Poetry/6 pages]

List of Plates

front The Adieu; (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
front Medalion of the Kings with ornament; (art.) Wyon, W. & H. Corbou; (eng.) Lacey & S. Mitan
27 The unlooked-for-return; (art.) Sharpe, Miss Louisa; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph
34 Juliet; (art.) Liverseege, H.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
65 Caius Marias mourning Carthage ruins; (art.) Martin, John; (eng.) Wallace
82 The Bridesmaid; (art.) Parris, E. T.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
84 Ehernbreitatein; (art.) Turner, J. M. W., R.; (eng.) Wallis, Robert
136 Flora; (art.) Sharpe, Miss Louisa; (eng.) Engleheart, Timothy
152 Alice; (art.) Corbould, Henry, R.; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
187 Malvolio; (art.) Wright, J. M., R. A.; (eng.) Heath, Charles
199 Pepita; (art.) Cattermole, George; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
211 Rosina; (art.) Boxall, W.; (eng.) Edwards, J. C.
251 Verrix in the Val d'Aosta; (art.) Stanfield, W. Clarks; (eng.) Heath, Charles
283 Jeanie in the Outlaw's Hut; (art.) Richter, Henry; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
288 Fall of the Rhine; (art.) Turner, J. M. W., R.; (eng.) Allen, James B
302 One Peep was enough; (art.) Richter, Henry; (eng.) Bacon, Frederick
P P The Presentation Plate; (art.) Corbould, Henry, R.; (eng.) Mitan, Samuel

Date: 1833 (Web page revisions: 04/27/2006) Author: compiled by Frederic Mansel Reynolds (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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