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The Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance [1835]     

The Literary Souvenir, or Cabinet of Poetry and Romance [1835]

compiled by Alaric A. Watts

Table of Contents

1-19 Watts, Alaric Alexander. The Painter's Dream; [Prose/19 pages]
20-22 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Notice Works of Henry Howard; [Prose/3 pages]
23-25 Howitt, Mary. Birds in Summer; [Poetry/3 pages]
26-29 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Notice of the Works of Thomas Southard; [Prose/4 pages]
30-31 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Oh, Dinna Dinna Blame Him [Poetry/2 pages]
32 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Evening; [Poetry/1 pages]
33-44 Shee, Sir Martin Archer. Plan for Encouraging Historical Painting; [Prose/12 pages]
45 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Forebodings Checked; [Poetry/1 pages]
46-47 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. The Deserted; [Poetry/2 pages]
48-51 Watts, Alaric Alexander. The Nine Sisters; [Poetry/4 pages]
52-55 Griffin, Gerald. The Bishop's Island; [Poetry/4 pages]
56 Anonymous. Diana Vernon; [Poetry/1 pages]
57-60 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Confessions of Improvisatrice; [Poetry/4 pages]
61-63 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Notice Works of Richard Westall; [Prose/3 pages]
64-65 Westall, Richard. The Pleasures of Vicissitude; [Poetry/2 pages]
66-67 De Vere, Sir Aubrey. The Benumbed Butterfly; [Poetry/2 pages]
68-70 Howitt, Mary. Songs of the Sea-Fowler; [Poetry/3 pages]
71-74 Shee, Sir Martin Archer. Poetry and Painting; [Poetry/4 pages]
75-76 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Henry IV. to the Fair Gabrielle; [Poetry/2 pages]
85-86 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Billet-Doux; [Poetry/2 pages]
87 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. The Silent Eve; [Poetry/1 pages]
88 Howitt, Mary. The Fisherman's Song; [Poetry/1 pages]
89-90 Dale, Rev. Thomas. Mother's Birthday Song; [Poetry/2 pages]
91 St. John, James Augustus. On Greek Female Beauty; [Prose/5 pages]
96 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Dejection; [Poetry/1 pages]
97-98 Watts, Alaric Alexander. The Sisters; [Poetry/2 pages]
99-104 Howitt, Mary. To the Spirit of Poetry; [Poetry/6 pages]
105-107 Anonymous. The Dorothea of Cervantes; [Prose/3 pages]
108 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. The Approach of Death; [Poetry/1 pages]
109-112 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). Ishmael's Despair; [Poetry/4 pages]
113-116 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Notice Works of George Barret; [Prose/4 pages]
117 Anonymous. To George Barret; [Poetry/1 pages]
118 De Vere, Sir Aubrey. Sonnet, "Again God's messenger"; [Poetry/1 pages]
119-122 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Gertrude; [Poetry/4 pages]
123 Chorley, Henry F.. An Hour of Song; [Poetry/1 pages]
124-125 Chorley, Henry F.. Serenade; [Poetry/2 pages]
126-127 Chorley, Henry F.. The Return; [Poetry/2 pages]
128 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Birdalane; [Poetry/1 pages]
129-130 S. The Wreck; [Poetry/2 pages]
131-151 Hansard, George Agar. Pilgrimage to Hospice St. Bernard; [Prose/21 pages]
152 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. The Dream; [Poetry/1 pages]
154-157 Watts, Alaric Alexander. The Exile's Return; [Poetry/4 pages]
158 Anonymous. The Crucifixion; [Poetry/1 pages]
158 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Oh, never ca' me light o' Heart; [Poetry/1 pages]
162-164 Bonington, Richard Parkes. Abbey Church of St. Ouen; [Poetry/3 pages]
165 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. The Hour of the Gloaming; [Poetry/1 pages]
166-168 Anonymous. The Euphrosyne of Milton; [Poetry/3 pages]
169-170 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Where's your Hame, my bonnie; [Poetry/2 pages]
171-173 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Notice of the Works of E. V. Rippingille; [Prose/3 pages]
174-176 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). The Grecian Garden; [Poetry/3 pages]
177-205 St. John, James Augustus. The Maison de Force; [Prose/29 pages]
206 Montague, Eleanor Louisa. Resignation; [Poetry/1 pages]
207-210 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Venice; [Poetry/4 pages]
211-219 Anonymous. The Mythologist; [Poetry/9 pages]
220-222 Watts, Alaric Alexander. Notice Works of G. P. Lewis; [Poetry/3 pages]
223-224 Pickersgill, Henry W. An Italian Peasant; [Prose/2 pages]

List of Plates

Frontispiece, A Portrait from Real Life, (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Watt, James Henry.
Frontispiece, Scene from the Gesmunda of Silvio Pellico, (art.) Chalon, A. E., R. A.; (eng.) Danforth, Moseley I.
20 Peasants of the Kingdom of Naples, (art.) Howard, Henry, R. A.; (eng.) Portbury, Edward J.
26 The Vintage, (art.) Stothard, Thomas, R.; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph.
32 Ruins: Sunset, (art.) Roberts, David, R. A.; (eng.) Wallis, Robert.
46 The Deserted, (art.) Newton, Gilbert Stuart; (eng.) Danforth, Moseley I.
56 Diana Vernon, (art.) Wright, J. W.; (eng.) Cook, Henry.
61 The Storm in the Harvest, (art.) Westall, Richard; (eng.) Outrim, John.
68 Haunts of the Sea Fowl, (art.) Collins, William, R.; (eng.) Stephenson, James.
75 The First Interview of Henry IV and G. d'Entre'es, (art.) Westall, Richard; (eng.) Staines, Robert.
83 The Billet Doux, (art.) Newton, Gilbert Stuart; (eng.) Sangster, Samuel.
88 Prawn Fishers, (art.) Collins, William, R.; (eng.) Periam, E.
91 Gulnare, (art.) Hollins, J.; (eng.) Robinson, John H.
97 The Twin Sisters, (art.) Lawrence, Sir Thomas; (eng.) Simmons, William H.
103 Dorothea, (art.) Middleton, J. G.; (eng.) Goodyear, Joseph.
113 Sunset, (art.) Barrett, George; (eng.) Hill, William.
123 The Key Note, (art.) Middleton, J. G.; (eng.) Lightfoot, Peter.
153 La Pensee, (art.) Stone, Frank; (eng.) Stocks, Lumb.
162 Interior of the Cathedral of St. Ouen, (art.) Bonington, Richard Parkes; (eng.) Salmon, S.
166 Milton's Euphrosyne, (art.) Stothard, Thomas, R.; (eng.) Stocks, Lumb.
171 A Fisher Girl of Calais, (art.) Rippingille, E. V.; (eng.) Lightfoot, Peter.
174 An Ancient Garden, (art.) Danby, W., R. A.; (eng.) Hill, William.
207 Venice, (art.) Bentlet, Charles; (eng.) Thomas, John.
220 Austrian Peasants on a Pilgrimage to Gottiewig, (art.) Lewis, G. R.; (eng.) Engleheart, Timothy.
223 Italian Peasant, (art.) Pickersgill, Henry W.; (eng.) Hart, Robert.

Date: 1835 (Web page revisions: 07/15/2006) Author: compiled by Alaric A. Watts (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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