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The Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance [1832]     

The Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance [1832]

compiled by Alaric A. Watts

Table of Contents

1-28 Ritchie, Leitch. The Signal; [Prose/28 pages]
29 Anonymous. Stanzas in Lady Myrtle's Boccaccio; [Poetry/1 pages]
29-32 Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. Stanzas, "In these gay pages"; [Poetry/4 pages]
33-36 Anonymous. The Mountain Stream; [Poetry/4 pages]
37-42 Watts, Alaric Alexander. The Review of the Victims; [Poetry/6 pages]
43-45 Watts, Mrs. Alaric. The Choice; [Poetry/3 pages]
46-48 Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. The Bridal of Belmont; [Poetry/3 pages]
64-69 Knowles, James Sheridan. The Death of Gesler; [Poetry/6 pages]
70 Knowles, James Sheridan. Lines written below Portrait; [Poetry/1 pages]
71-72 Bowles, Miss Caroline. Her Name. from Victor Hugo; [Poetry/2 pages]
73-98 Anonymous. The Jubilee; [Prose/26 pages]
99-103 Anonymous. Aspasia; [Poetry/5 pages]
104-107 Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. Stanzas, "I know that it must"; [Poetry/4 pages]
108 Inglis, Henry (Derwent Conway). Stanzas written beneath the ruined Alcazar; [Poetry/1 pages]
109-112 Hervey, Thomas Kibble. The Grotto of Egeria; [Poetry/4 pages]
113-144 Anonymous. The Bride of the Nile; [Prose/32 pages]
145-148 Howitt, Mary. The Three Ages; [Poetry/4 pages]
149-161 Watts, Mrs. Alaric. Female Friends; [Prose/13 pages]
162-172 Howitt, Mary. The Doomed King; [Prose/11 pages]
173-176 Howitt, William. Lady Jane Grey in the Tower; [Poetry/4 pages]
177-216 Howison, John. The Highlands of Ouaquahenegow; [Prose/40 pages]
217-220 Anonymous. The Tower of London; [Poetry/4 pages]
221 Barbe, Rev. R. F. Sonnet, "Beauty of holiness"; [Poetry/1 pages]
222-251 Watts, Alaric Alexander. The Coversazione. A Fragment; [Prose/30 pages]
252 Fitzgerald, G. M. Oh! Promise me to Sing; [Poetry/1 pages]
253-285 MacFarlane, Charles. Benedetto Mangone; Brigand of Eboli; [Prose/32 pages]
286 Anonymous. Reminiscences of Andalusia; [Poetry/3 pages]
287-288 Inglis, Henry (Derwent Conway). Beneath the Toledo Alcazar; [Poetry/2 pages]
289-294 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Sketches of Modern Poets; [Prose/5 pages]
295 Anonymous. A Sketch; [Poetry/1 pages]
295 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Sketch, "The child was a her feet"; [Poetry/1 pages]
296 Hoyle, Rev. Charles, (H.). Statue of Newton; [Poetry/1 pages]
297-299 Anonymous. Invocation to the Evening Star; [Poetry/3 pages]
300-302 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). The Parting; [Poetry/3 pages]
303 De Vere, Sir Aubrey. Askeyton Abbey; [Poetry/1 pages]
304-306 Watts, Mrs. Alaric. The Tribute of Arms; [Poetry/3 pages]
307-311 Maude, Thomas. The Poet; [Poetry/5 pages]
312-323 Mitford, Mary Russell. The Runaway; [Prose/12 pages]
324 Hoyle, Rev. Charles, (H.). Statue of Cyril Jackson; [Poetry/1 pages]
325-326 Anonymous. The Deveria Family; [Poetry/2 pages]
327-329 Watts, Mrs. Alaric. A Confession; [Poetry/3 pages]
330-344 Knowles, James Sheridan. The Lettre-de-Cachet; [Prose/15 pages]

List of Plates

Frontispiece, Allegra, (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Ensom, William.
29 The Supper by the Fountain, (art.) Stothard, Thomas, R.; (eng.) Engleheart, Francis.
46 Oberwesel on the Rhine, (art.) Roberts, David, R. A.; (eng.) Goodall, Edward.
70 The Right Honourable Marchioness of Salisbury, (art.) Lawrence, Sir Thomas; (eng.) Ensom, William.
109 Numa in the Grotto of Egeria, (art.) Howard, Henry, R. A.; (eng.) Rolls, Charles.
145 Going to Mass, (art.) Johannot, Tony; (eng.) Portbury, Edward J..
173 Lady Jane Grey, Preparing for Execution, (art.) Northcote, James, R.; (eng.) Mitchell, James.
217 The Tower of London, (art.) Turner, J. M. W., R.; (eng.) Miller, William.
253 The Tarantella, (art.) Montvoisin; (eng.) Greatbach, William.
297 Vespers, (art.) Boxall, W.; (eng.) Watt, James Henry.
325 The Deveria Family, (art.) Deveria, A.; (eng.) Sangster, Samuel.
341 The Arrest, (art.) Johannot, Alfred; (eng.) Cooke, Conrad.

Date: 1832 (Web page revisions: 07/14/2006) Author: compiled by Alaric A. Watts (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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