The Keepsake for 1837

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The Keepsake for 1837      

The Keepsake for 1837

compiled by Lady Emeline Stuart Wortley

Table of Contents

1 Dacre, Lady Brand, Barbarina. Thursday Morning; [Prose/27 pages]
28 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Rememberance; [Poetry/2 pages]
30 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. I am come but your spirits to raise; [Poetry/4 pages]
34 Fairlie, Mrs.. The Bridal Gift, a Tale; [Prose/9 pages]
43 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). Francesca Foscari; [Poetry/4 pages]
47 Nugent, Lord. The Sea! The Sea! a Tale; [Prose/15 pages]
62 Norman, Miss Charlotte. On a Wounded Deer; [Poetry/2 pages]
64 Granby, Marquis of. Impromptu; [Poetry/2 pages]
65 Berkeley, Grantley F.. Nothing; [Prose/11 pages]
76 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. Reminiscences of Morning in Rome; [Prose/8 pages]
79 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. To___, "They told me"; [p/5 pages]
84 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. A Visit to Napoleon's Mother; [Prose/8 pages]
92 Smith, Lydia B.. The Nightwatch at Sea; [Poetry/2 pages]
94 Smith, James. London Misnomers; [Poetry/2 pages]
96 H. (R.). Stanzas, "Thou art fair"; [Poetry/1 pages]
96 Howitt, Richard. Stanzas; [Poetry/1 pages]
97 Chorley, Henry F.. Helen (A Sketch); [Prose/20 pages]
117 Ashtown, Lord. Lines addressed to a fair Whig; [Poetry/1 pages]
118 St. Maur, Lady Charlotte Polish Martial Hymn; [Poetry/1 pages]
119 Abdy, Maria. The Bride; [Poetry/1 pages]
120 Brookfield, Rev. William Henry. Sonnet, "We meet at morning"; [Poetry/1 pages]
121 Sheridan, Miss Louisa H.. The Grecian Wife; [Poetry/6 pages]
127 Milnes, Richard Monckton. On Marriage of Lady Talbot; [Poetry/1 pages]
128 Manners, Lord John. Lines, "Bless'd is he who ne'er"; [Poetry/1 pages]
128 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. The Invocation; [Poetry/1 pages]
129 Conyngham, Lord Albert. The Model and her Ave Maria; [Prose/10 pages]
139 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. Lalla; [Poetry/1 pages]
140 Londonderry, Marquess of. Stanzas to Lady Manners; [Poetry/1 pages]
141 Radcliffe, F. P. Delme. Hunting versus Yachting; [Poetry/1 pages]
142 Lennox, Lord William. The Orphans of Palestine; [Prose/17 pages]
159 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. The Lovers; [Poetry/1 pages]
160 Alford, Rev. Charles. Sonnet, "Friend of my heart"; [Poetry/1 pages]
161 Stuart-Wortley, Charles. The Old English Squire; [Prose/18 pages]
179 Lowther, John Henry. A Sea Fight - in the Distance; [Poetry/2 pages]
181 Ranelagh, Viscount. Fragment Letters from War in Spain; [Prose/26 pages]
194 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. Reasons for Absence; [Prose/14 pages]
208 Norton, Mrs. Caroline E. S.. The Departed Friend; [Poetry/1 pages]
209 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Parvenue; [Prose/13 pages]
222 Hook, Theodore Edward. A Riddle; [Poetry/2 pages]
224 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. Song, "Oh, but now there is a pain"; [Poetry/2 pages]
226 Boyle, Mary. The Intercepted Letter; [Poetry/2 pages]
228 Graham, Lord William. The Castle of Lawers; [Prose/19 pages]
239 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. Impromptu, "O how cruelly fortune"; [Poetry/8 pages]
247 Tennyson, Alfred Lord. St. Agnes; [Poetry/1 pages]
248 Bernal, Ralph, Jr.. Lines, "What phantasy has charmed"; [Poetry/2 pages]
250 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. A Mother's Love; [Prose/25 pages]
264 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. To ___, "The day from me"; [Poetry/11 pages]
275 Spencer, Archdeacon (Aubrey George). Stanzas, "Days are gone"; [Poetry/2 pages]
276 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. The Bourbons 1830; [Poetry/1 pages]
277 Grosvenor, General. To the Countess of Chesterfield; [Poetry/1 pages]
278 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. Stanzas, "My deep unutterable distress"; [Poetry/1 pages]
279 Phipps, Charles. The Fancy Ball, a Tale; [Prose/39 pages]
318 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. Song from the Circassian; [Poetry/1 pages]
319 Fitzgerald, Edward M.. Stanzas, "Think of me, dear one"; [Poetry/1 pages]
320 Ritchie, Leitch. Lake of Como; [Poetry/2 pages]
322 Bayley, Thomas Haynes. To an Old Pleasure Boat; [Poetry/1 pages]
323 Spencer, Archdeacon (Aubrey George). To Miss Cockburn; [Poetry/1 pages]
324 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. Farewell; [Poetry/1 pages]
325 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. My Pet Aversions; [Poetry/3 pages]
328 Ord, J. Walker. Summer Departed; [Poetry/2 pages]

List of Plates

front The Lady Helen; (art.) Faulkner, B. R.; (eng.) Robinson, Henry
front Vignette Title; (art.) Unwins, Thomas, R. A; (eng.) Radclyffe, Edward
28 Remembrance; (art.) Parris, E. T.; (eng.) Stocks, Lumb
39 The Bride; (art.) Parris, E. T.; (eng.) Chevalier, William
43 Francesca Foscari; (art.) Meadows, K.; (eng.) Knight
59 The Sea! the Sea!; (art.) Turner, J. M. W., R.; (eng.) Willmore, James T.
107 Helen Lagarde; (art.) Parris, E. T.; (eng.) Cook, Henry
122 The Grecian Wife; (art.) Parris, E. T.; (eng.) Stocks, Lumb
139 Lalla; (art.) Seyforth, Mrs.; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph
146 The Orphan of Palestine; (art.) Wright, J. M., R. A.; (eng.) Heath, Alfred T.
159 The Lovers; (art.) Vickers, A. G.; (eng.) Brandard, Robert
175 The Old English Squire; (art.) Liverseege, H.; (eng.) Brandard, Robert
179 A Sea Fight; (art.) Vickers, A. G.; (eng.) Brandard, Robert
207 The Reverie; (art.) M'Clise, Daniel, A.; (eng.) Cook, Henry
217 View of Margate; (art.) Vickers, A. G.; (eng.) Brandard, Robert
225 The Intercepted Letter; (art.) Seyforth, Mrs.; (eng.) Portbury, Edward J.
274 The Mother; (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Rolls, Charles
320 Lake of Como; (art.) Stanfield, W. Clarks; (eng.) Grundy, Thomas L.

Date: 1837 (Web page revisions: 04/27/2006) Author: compiled by Lady Emeline Stuart Wortley (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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