The Keepsake for 1839

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The Keepsake for 1839      

The Keepsake for 1839

compiled by Lady Emeline Stuart Wortley

Table of Contents

1 Londonderry, Marchoness. Leaf from Journal of Russia Tour; [Prose/6 pages]
7 Anonymous. Sonnet to the Moon; [Poetry/1 pages]
8 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. The Unearthly Visitant; [Poetry/1 pages]
9 Phipps, Edmund. A Shortsighted Adventure; [Prose/15 pages]
24 Granby, Marquis of. The Shipwreck; [Poetry/2 pages]
26 Berkeley, Grantley F.. The Spirit of the Wye; [Prose/18 pages]
44 Liddell, Henry. The Waterside; [Poetry/3 pages]
47 Bernal, Ralph. Mary Danvers, Child of Misforturne; [Prose/14 pages]
61 Maidstone, Lord Viscount. The Fountain of Trevi; [Prose/8 pages]
69 Sheridan, Miss Louisa H.. When I was a Bridesmaid; [Prose/17 pages]
86 Manners, Lord John. Acis and Galataea; [Poetry/1 pages]
87 Lindsay, J.. An Alibi, or Neopolitan Justice; [Prose/20 pages]
107 Phipps, Edmund. Lines on a Picture of a Battlefield; [Poetry/1 pages]
108 Manners, Lord John. Stanzas, "Most beautiful, I love thee"; [Poetry/1 pages]
109 St. Maur, Lady Charlotte The Eve of Allhallows; [Prose/23 pages]
132 Abdy, Maria. The Summer has Past; [Poetry/1 pages]
133 Granby, Marquis of. Stanzas, "Tis a beautiful spot"; [Poetry/1 pages]
134 Manners, Lord John. From 23rd Chapter of St. Luke; [Poetry/1 pages]
135 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Euphrasia, a Tale of Greece; [Prose/18 pages]
153 T. (E. H.). On Leaving Home; [Poetry/1 pages]
154 Manners, Lord John. Stanzas, "Blest is he who ne'er repines"; [Poetry/1 pages]
155 Toulmin, Camilla ( Mrs. Crosland). The Prediction, a Tale; [Prose/22 pages]
177 Nugent, Lady. Stanzas, "There is pity"; [Poetry/1 pages]
178 Abdy, Maria. The River; [Poetry/1 pages]
179 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Stanzas, "How like a star"; [Poetry/1 pages]
180 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). Thoughts on Lord Byron; [Poetry/4 pages]
184 Toulmin, Camilla ( Mrs. Crosland). The Doomed; [Poetry/3 pages]
187 Farrer, Miss A.. Stanzas, "And thou too hast awakened"; [Poetry/2 pages]
188 Nugent, Lord. Passages in History of Old Foretop; [Prose/12 pages]
200 T. (E. H.). A Merry Christmas; [Poetry/1 pages]
201 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Stanzas, 7quot;O, come to me"; [Poetry/1 pages]
203 Author of "Hyde Nugent". Parted for Ever; [Poetry/5 pages]
208 Fairlie, Mrs.. Stanzas, "Judge not from smiles"; [Poetry/1 pages]
209 Jocelyn, Viscount. Stanzas, "He gazed upon"; [Poetry/2 pages]
211 Howard, Edward. The Two Blind Beggars; [Prose/21 pages]
232 Farrer, Miss A.. Stanzas to Mary; [Poetry/1 pages]
233 James, (George Payne Rainsford). Mary of Mantua; [Prose/13 pages]
246 Farrer, Miss A.. To a Child; [Poetry/1 pages]
247 St. John, James Augustus The Marriage of Sion; [Prose/? pages]

List of Plates

front The Countess Guiccioli; (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Thomson, James
7 The Unearthly Visitant; (art.) Herbert, J. R.; (eng.) Stocks, Lumb
24 The Shipwreck; (art.) Bentley, C.; (eng.) Willmore, James T.
36 Maida; (art.) Corbaux, Fanny; (eng.) Robinson, Henry
47 Mary Danvers; (art.) Dyce; (eng.) Robinson, Henry
73 The Tableau; (art.) Herbert, J. R.; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph
107 The Battle-Field; (art.) Harding, James Duffi; (eng.) Willmore, James T.
148 Constantine and Euphrasia; (art.) Corbould, Edward H.; (eng.) Robinson, Henry
180 Lord Byron contemplating the Coliseum; (art.) Westall, Richard, R.; (eng.) Willmore, James T.
193 The Reefer; (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Robinson, Henry
235 Mary of Mantua; (art.) Corbaux, Fanny; (eng.) Mote, William H.
270 Speranza; (art.) Meadows, K.; (eng.) Stocks, Lumb

Date: 1839 (Web page revisions: 04/28/2006) Author: compiled by Lady Emeline Stuart Wortley (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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