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"GLANVILLE." Ode to hope.-Poetry of the World, 1791, iii. 28–31.
GRAVES, RICHARD. Ode on caprice. -Scots Mag., li. 342-3.

ANON. Ode to superstition.-See New Annual Register, 1790, pp. [160-62].
BENTLEY, ELIZABETH. Ode to content.-Gent. Mag., lx. 1167-8.

bef.1791 W. BLACKLOCK, THOMAS. Ode to Aurora.-Poems, Edin., 1793, pp. 200–201. ORAM, S. M. Ode to friendship.-Poems, 1794, pp. 24-8.

1791

ADNEY, THOMAS. Ode to health.-Europ. Mag., xx. 143-5.

ANON. Hymn to humanity.-Univ. Mag., lxxxix. 391.

ANON. On happiness, after the manner of Milton, translated.-The Bee, vi. 307 (Dec. 28, 1791).

BLACKETT, MARY D. Ode to poetry.- Europ. Mag., xx. 224.

HUDDESFORD, GEORGE. Illusions of fancy.-Salmagundi, 1791, pp. 1–19.

Whitsuntide.-Ib. 65-7.

Christmas.-Ib. 69-71.

"JUVENTUS." Address to evening.-Gent. Mag., lxi. 68.

L-D, T. Invocation to sympathy.-Ib. 260–61.

MOORE, J. O'de to liberty.-Ib. 72.

ROBINSON, MARY. Ode to the muse.- Poetical Works, 1806, i. 81-6.

Ode to reflection.-Ib. 97-9.

Ode to envy.-Ib. 100-103.
Ode to health.-Ib. 104-8.

Ode to melancholy.-Ib. 114-16.

Ode to meditation.-Ib. 143-7.

1791 w. 1834 p. COLERIDGE, S. T. Music.-Complete Poetical Works, ed. E. H. Coleridge, Oxford, 1912, i. 28.

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"ALBERT."
" Verses written in midsummer. - Walker's Hibernian Mag.,

Aug., 1792, p. 183.

ANON. Clara (first song), in New songs in the opera The Prisoner.-Ib.,
Nov., p. 472.

ANON. Hymn to health. - Univ. Mag., xci. 370.

DOWNMAN, HUGH. To candour.-Poems by Gentlemen of Devonshire and
Cornwall, Bath, 1792, i. 30-31.

DYER, GEORGE. To pity.-Poems, 1801, pp. 187-91.

HOLE, Mr. [RICHARD?]. To melancholy. - Poems by Gentlemen of Devonshire, etc., i. 86-94.

Z., X. Address to the evening.-Walker's Hibernian Mag., Oct., 1792, p. 376.

SOUTHEY, ROBERT. To contemplation.-Works, 1837, ii. 132–4. 1792 w. 1895 p. COLERIDGE, S. T. To disappointment.-Works, 1912, i. 34. 1793 ANON. L'allegro.-The Looker-On, no. 53 (in British Essayists, Boston, U. S. A., 1857, xxxvi. 219–22).

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ANON. Invocation to patience. - Univ. Mag., xciii. 69.

ANON. Invocation to praise.-Asylum for Fugitive Pieces, 1793, iv. 125–6.
BURRELL, SOPHIA, Lady. L'allegro.- Poems, 1793, ii. 239.

"EUSEBIUS." Ode to rage.-Univ. Mag., xcii. 289.

ROBINSON, MARY. Ode to hope.-Works, 1806, i. 164–7.

bef.1794 W. BLAMIRE, SUSANNA. The farewell to affection.-Works, 1842, pp. 46–9. -The recall to affection.-Ib. 49-51.

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Hope.-Ib. 148-53.

ANON. Ode to sleep.- Univ. Mag., xcv. 119-20.

"EUSEBIUS." Ode to envy.-Ib. xciv. 442-3.

"HORATIO." Ode to despair.- Europ. Mag., xxvi. 437-8.
LOCKE, Miss. The visionary.-Gent. Mag., lxiv. 67–8.
MOORE, HENRY. Private life.-Poems, 1803, pp. 144-53.

PORTER, ANNA MARIA. Address to summer.- Univ. Mag., xcvi. 369.

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"CASTOR." Ode to vengeance.-Europ. Mag., xxix. 201–2.
COURTIER, PETER L. The triumph of freedom. -Poems, 1796, pp. 50-53.
To night.-Ib. 56–61.

D., D. W. Ode to hope.-Europ. Mag., xxx. 120.
PERFECT, Dr. To solitude.-Gent. Mag., lxvi. 863-4.
SHEPHERD, T. R. Ode to melancholy.-Ib. 600.

W., ANNE MARIA. Lines on a young lady's recovery from illness. - Walker's
Hibernian Mag., Sept., 1796, pp. 277–8.

BOSCAWEN, WILLIAM. Ode iii, For the anniversary meeting of subscribers
to the literary fund.-Poems, 1801, pp. 39-45.

1796 w. 1804 p. SMITH, E. F. Ode to melancholy.-Europ. Mag., xlix. 444–5. 1797 ANON. Address to melancholy.- Univ. Mag., c. 438–9.

1798

J., E. S. To despondency.-Scots Mag,, lix. 841.

PARK, THOMAS. The summer invitation.-Sonnets, etc., 1797, pp. 51-5. SMYTH, WILLIAM. Ode to mirth.-English Lyrics, 3d ed., 1806, pp. 39-45"AN ENGLISH JACOBIN." Ode to Jacobinism.-Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin, ed. C. Edmonds, 2d ed., 1854, pp. 105-7.

W., W. A. Ode to peace. - Hezekiah, King of Judah, 1798: see Mo. Rev., enl., xxviii. 351.

bef.1800 W. WARTON, JOSEPH. The temple of love. - Biographical Memoirs, ed. J. Wooll, 1806, pp. 91-5.

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1801

WAKEFIELD, GILBERT. Address to peace.-Mo. Mag., x. 438.

HARDINGE, GEORGE. To the winds.-Miscellaneous Works, 1818, ii. 173. 1807 p. WHITE, HENRY KIRKE. Thanatos.-Remains, ed. Southey, 5th ed., 1811, i. 363-4.

Athanatos.-Ib. 364-5.

ANON. Il luttuoso ed il gaudioso, il giocoso ed il diligente, 1801.

PRESTON, WILLIAM. Hymn to old age.-A Collection of Poems [ed. Joshua
Edkins], Dublin, 1801, pp. 305-10.

THELWALL, JOHN. [Songs in] The fairy of the lake. - Poems written in Re-
tirement, Hereford, 1801, pp. 51-2.

bef.1802 w. MOORE, HENRY. A vernal ode.-Poems, 1803, pp. 1-5.

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1803

A lyric rhapsody.-Ib. 6-10.

Ode to religion.-Ib. 59–62.

Invocation to melancholy.-Ib. 91-6.

· Ode to wisdom.-Ib. 97-101.

B—, J—. Idyllium to mirth.-Gent. Mag., lxxii. 256.

"SENNED." Greenwich park, or Whitsun Monday.-Europ. Mag., xli. 385-7.

HOLLOWAY, WILLIAM. Adieu and recal to poetry.-Scenes of Youth, etc., 1803, pp. 131-49.

"SABINUS." Il romito, or the hermit.- Europ. Mag., xliv. 300-301.

W., J. Peace of mind.—Ib. 136.

c. 1803-6 w. 1807- p. WHITE, HENRY KIRKE. Ode on disappointment.-- Remains, 1811, i. 35-8.

1804

To contemplation.-Ib. ii. 73-9.

Ode to liberty.-Ib. iii. (1822), 114-16.

DRAKE, NATHAN. To fancy.-Literary Hours, 3d ed., 1804, iii. 175–7. ELTON, C. A. The mistress.- Poems, 1804: see New Annual Register, 1804, pp. [266-7].

H-E, W. On melancholy.-Scots Mag., lxvi. 219.

HOWARD, NATHANIEL. The rural evening.-Bickleigh Vale, etc., York,
1804, pp. 52-6.

To meditation; written near a Gothic church.—Ib. 72–3.
To horror.-Ib. 110-14.

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RICHARDS, GEORGE. To autumn.-Poems, Oxford, 1804, ii. 33–6.

To prosperity.-Ib. 64-6.

ANON. Ode to spring.-Gent. Mag., lxxv. 559-60.

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM. Address to meditation.- Poems and Plays, new ed., Edin., 1805, i. 11-13.

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c. 1805 w. STRUTHERS, JOHN. To content. -Poetical Works, 1850, ii. 185-7. 1806 ANON. Ode to war.-Gent. Mag., lxxvi. 750.

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AUSTIN, W. Ode to amusement.-Europ. Mag., xlix. 373.

BECKET, ANDREW. [Choruses in] Socrates.-Dramatic and Prose Miscel-
lanies, ed. W. Beattie, 1838, i. 272.

FIELD, BARRON. La ciriegia, an austere imitation of Milton's L'Allegro.-
The News, March 20, 1807.

C. (JOSIAH CONDERS?). To forgetfulness.-The Associate Minstrels, 2d ed.,
1813, pp. 179–84.

- To cheerfulness.-Ib. 168-74.

BOWLES, W. L. Inscription.-Poetical Works, ed. Gilfillan, Edin., 1855, i. 155-6.

STRUTHERS, JOHN. Lines for the 25th of January, 1810.-Works, 1850, ii. 199-200.

-Stanzas for the anniversary of the birth of Burns.-The Winter Day, etc., Glasgow, 1811, pp. 93-6.

DYER, GEORGE. On peace.-Poetics, 1812, i. 124-30.

N., H. Ode to enthusiasm.-Mo. Mag., xxxvi. 522–3.

TWISS, HORACE. Fashion, a paraphrase of L'Allegro.- Posthumous Parodies, etc., 1814, pp. 3-12.

BOWICK, JAMES. The genius of poetry, Montrose, 1818.

KEATS, JOHN. Fancy.-Poems, ed. E. de Sélincourt, 2d ed., 1907, pp. 198-200.

CLARE, JOHN. Solitude.- Poems, ed. A. Symons, 1908, pp. 75–84.
WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM. To enterprise.-Poetical Works, ed. Knight,
1896, vi. 218-24.

SHELLEY, P. B. To Jane: the invitation.-Poetical Works, ed. Hutchinson,
Oxford, 1904, pp. 748-9.

AIKIN, A. L. (Mrs. BARBAULD). Lines over a chimney-piece.-Works,
1825, i. 147.

MOTHERWELL, WILLIAM. Melancholye. - Poetical Works, ed. James
M'Conechy, Paisley, etc., 1881, pp. 67-70.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY III

POEMS INFLUENCED BY THE REMAINING
WORKS OF MILTON'

A. POEMS INFLUENCED BY LYCIDAS

BROWNE, MOSES. Eclogue v, Colin's despair, an imitation of Lycidas.—
Piscatory Eclogues, 1729, pp. 74-86.

WEST, RICHARD. Monody on Queen Caroline.-Dodsley's Miscellany, 1748,
ii. 276-81.

1744 W. 1747 p. MASON, WILLIAM. Musæus, a monody [on] Pope, in imitation of Lycidas.-Works, 1811, i. 1-15.

1747

LYTTELTON, GEORGE, Lord. To the memory of a lady lately deceased, a monody, 1747.

1751

IMAGE, JOHN. "Ah me! the luckless chime."-Acad. Cantab. Luctus in
Obitum Frederici... Walliae Principis, Camb., 1751, X.

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WERGE, JOHN. An irregular ode on the death of Charles Broome.-Collec-
tion of Poems, Stamford, 1753, pp. 51−4.

HALLIDAY, Dr. Brutus, a monody to the memory of [William] Bruce, 1755.
-See Mo. Rev., xiv. 351-6.

POTTER, ROBERT. Kymber, a monody, 1759.

SCOTT, JAMES. The redemption, a monody, Camb., 1763.

1765 w. 1770 p. BRUCE, MICHAEL. Daphnis, a monody.-Works, ed. Grosart, Edin.,

1767

1865, pp. 230-34.

SCOTT, JAMES. The vanity of human life, a monody, 1767.

c. 1769 W. SEWARD, ANNA. Monody on Mrs. Richard Vyse.-Works, Edin., 1810, i.

1771 W.

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104-7.

ANON. Ode on the death of Gray.-Works of Gray, with Memoirs by
William Mason, 1827, pp. 434-5.

ANON. Monody [on] Mr. Cholwell, in imitation of Lycidas, 1774.

MAURICE, THOMAS. Monody [on] Elizabeth, duchess of Northumberland.
-Poems, Epistolary, Lyric, etc., 1800, pp. 109-15.

WARTON, THOMAS (the younger). Monody, written near Stratford upon
Avon.-Works, ed. Mant, Oxford, 1802, i. 63–7.

ANON. A monody (after the manner of Lycidas) on Mr. Linley, 1778.-
See Crit. Rev., xlvi. 316.

PRATT, S. J. The shadows of Shakespeare, a monody [on] Garrick, 2d ed.,
Bath, 1780 (?).

SHERIDAN, ELIZABETH (“T. B.”). On the death of my unfortunate brother.
-Gent. Mag., xlix. 608; also lv. 56.

DERMODY, THOMAS. Corydon, a monody.-Life, with Original Poetry, by
J. G. Raymond, 1806, i. 6-9.

DAMER, JOHN. Elegy on the death of a lady.—New Foundling Hospital for
Wit, new ed., 1786, i. 254-8.

"WARTOPHILUS." On Mr. [Thomas] Warton.-Gent. Mag., lx. 648–9. 1790 w. 1794 p. COLERIDGE, S. T. Monody on Chatterton.-Works, ed. E. H. Coleridge, Oxford, 1912, i. 13-15, 125-31.

1 Except sonnets: cf. Bibliography IV.

1743-6 STILLINGFLEET, BENJAMIN. Monody [on] Lord Henry Spenser: MS. in the British Museum.

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BOWLES, W. L. Monody, written at Matlock, Salisbury, 1791.

CARR, W. W. The muse, a monody [on] Shenstone. - Poems, 1791, pp. 1–28. HUDDESFORD, GEORGE. Monody on Dick, an academical cat.-Salmagundi, 1791, pp. 129-47.

"ALPIN." Eliza.- Europ. Mag., xxi. 69–70.

ANON. Sidney, a monody, 1798.-See Crit. Rev., new arr., XXV. 230–31. BOWLES, W. L. Monody on Dr. Warton.-Works, ed. Gilfillan, Edin., 1855, i. 135-41.

ROSCOE, W. S. Monody.-Poems, 1834, pp. 40-48.

FANE, JULIAN. Monody on the queen dowager.- Poems which have ob-
tained the Chancellor's Gold Medal, Camb., 1860, pp. 293-300.
O'BRIEN, KATHLEEN. Mary Jane, ex-munition worker, demobilized,
speaks.-Littell's Living Age, cccii. 188.

Monodies that owe little or nothing to Lycidas except the name were written by Edmund Smith (Thales, a Monody in imitation of Spenser, 1751, composed before 1710); Thomas Blacklock (Poems, 1754, pp. 107-124); Thomas Denton (1755, Dodsley's Miscellany, 1758, v. 226-38); anonymous writers, Scots Mag. (1758, 1815), xx. 20, lxxvii. 536, and Mo. Mirror (1797), iv. 108-9, 177-8; John Langhorne (1759-69, Chalmers's English Poets, xvi. 432, 458, 459); John Hoole (on Mrs. Woffington, 1760); anonymous authors (on George II, 1760, and the Duke of Cumberland, 1765); Cuthbert Shaw (on a "young lady," 1768, and to a nightingale, 1770); R. B. Sheridan and William Meyler (both on Garrick, 1779, and see Poetical Amusements near Bath, 1781, iv. 75-9); Anna Seward (on Garrick and André, 1781, Works, 1810, ii. 15-17, 68– 88); G. D. Harley (on John Henderson of Covent Garden theater, 1786); "Della Crusca" (Poetry of the World, 1788, i. 76-9); Andrew M'Donald (Miscellaneous Works, 1791, pp. 52-4); "R. B. S[heridan?]" and W. H. Reid (1791, Scots Mag., liii. 339, 444-5), and "H." (on James Grahame, 1811, ib. lxxiii. 934); Joseph Cottle (on John Henderson of Bristol, in Cottle's Poems, Bristol, 1795); Richard Polwhele (Poetic Trifles, 1796, pp. 23–6); William Roscoe (1796, Currie's edition of Burns, 1800, i. 33742); George Dyer (Poems, 1802, i. 110, ii. 229); John Leyden (1802, from the Arabic, Poetical Remains, 1819, pp. 233-9); John Thelwall (on the Princess Charlotte, 1817, Poetical Recreations, 1822, pp. 48–9), and a broadside on Princess Charlotte, signed "M." (1817); Mrs. Robinson (Works, 1806, i. 56, 246, iii. 53); Joseph Blackett (Kirke White's Remains, 1811, i. 311–14); W. H. Ireland (on William Cavendish, 1811); W. A. Bryson (Poems, Dublin, 1812, pp. 59-65); Byron (on Sheridan, 1816); John Taylor (1817 and 1821, Poems, 1827, ii. 225–6, 235); F. Mayne (Poems, Dover, 1818, pp. 5-13); William Beattie (on Campbell, 1844); Ebenezer Elliott (on Keats, in Elliott's Works, 1876, ii. 182-3). See also Bibl. I, 1757 (Andrews), 1786 (Knipe), 1787 (anon.), 1801 (Dyer), 1806 (Thelwall).

I have not seen Richard Rolt's monody on the Prince of Wales (1751), or the anonymous ones mentioned in the Critical Review, xxviii. 71 (1769), xxxi. 74 (1771), lvii. 153 (1784), or those on a young lady who died at Bath (Bath, 1778) and J. P. Kemble (1823), or T. Harral's on John Palmer (1798), Dennis Lawler's on the Duc d'Enghien (1804), Edward Rushton's on Burns (Rushton's Poems, 1806), Lady Champion de Crespigny's on Lord Collingwood (1810), Thomas Gent's on Sheridan (1816), C. A. Elton's on his two sons (The Brothers, 1820), James Davies's on an officer in the East India service (1844), "J. D.'s" on a brother (Halifax, undated), or William Beattie's on the death of his wife (1845).

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B. POEMS INFLUENCED BY COMUS

BARON, ROBERT. Erotopaignion, or the Cyprian academy, 1648.
DALTON, JOHN. Comus [adapted by John Dalton], 3d ed., 1738.
WEST, GILBERT. Instruction of the order of the garter, a dramatick poem.
-Dodsley's Miscellany, 1748, ii. 107–68.

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