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Poetry in Annuals, Anthologies, and Periodicals

Annual Anthology

1799    “To Mr. Opie” 1: 38
            “Stanzas Written on the Sea Shore in 1792” 1: 77-8
            “Song” 1: 18-9
            “To Twilight” 1: 202-4


Amethyst

1832    “The True Friend,” pp. 86-8
            “God is Nigh,” pp. 206-7

1833    “The Prodigal Returned,” pp. 71-2
            “Thoughts on the Seashore,” pp. 206-7

1834    “The Shipwreck,” pp. 151-3


Amulet

1827    “A Lament,” pp. 66-7

1828    “To Elizabeth A_. 1822,” p. 48
            “To the Memory of Reginald Heber, Bishop of Calcutta,” pp. 213-6
            “Life is a Pilgrimage,” pp. 144-5 

1830    “The Portraits,” pp. 215-6


Aurora Borealis

1833    “On these Fearful Times,” p. 214


A Bridal Gift

n.d.      “A Lament,” [There was an eye whose partial glance], 7th ed., pp. 148-50


Cabinet

1795    “Ode on the Opening of the Last Campaign” 1: 309-10
            “Sonnet to Winter” 2: 34-5
            “Ode on the Present Times, 27th January, 1795” 2: 92-5
            “Allen Brook, of Windermere” 2: 317-8
            “Laura” 3: 17-21
            “Caroline to Henry” 3: 73-6
            “The Virgin’s First Love” 3: 95-7
            “Sonnet” [The Young Adventurer Sails for India’s Shore] 3: 106
            “To Eolus’s Harp” 3: 128-30
            “To Henry” 3: 140
            “Sun Set” 3: 178-9
            “Ode Written on the Approach of a Storm” 3: 198-200
            “Sonnet Written on the Sea Shore” 3: 226-7
            “Spring” 3: 227-9
            “La Partenza” 3: 229-31
            “Consumption” 3: 231-2
            “Death” 3: 276-80


Casket, A Miscellany

1829    “Lines Supposed to be Addressed by an Indian Woman to the Messenger
            Bird, Which Comes, as Indians Believe, from the Land of Spirits,”
            pp. 196-7
            “Epitaph on ----,” [In youth and beauty’s mantling bloom she shone], p. 198.


Chaplet, A Collection of Poems

1805    “The Orphan Boy’s Tale,” pp. 19-20
            “The Child of Sorrow’s Tale,” pp. 21-2
            “The Virgin’s First Love,” pp. 112-4
            “Song,” [Think not, while gayer swains invite], pp. 137-8


Christian Keepsake & Missionary

1836    “The Princess Victoria,” p. 24

1838    "The Envied One," pp. 75-8.


European Magazine

1799    “Lines Addressed by Mrs. Opie to Her Husband, On His Painting the
            Picture of Her Friend Mrs. Twiss,” 35: 408

1800    “On Seeing Mrs. Siddons’ Busts of Her Brothers and Herself,” 37: 389.

1822    “A Song,” [Yes – thou art gone! I feel it now!], 83: 8
            “To Mrs. L[Emaistre], on Her Birthday, June 5, 1818,” 82: 43.
            “Lines to Laura,” 82: 121
            “To Rosaline—from the French,” 82: 224.
            “Lines from a Gentleman in India to his Wife in England,” 81: 304
            “Address to Love,” 82: 314
            “Lines to the Memory of a Lately Deceased Friend,” 82: 415
            “Lines to the Memory of her near Relation, Ollyatt Woodhouse, Esq.,”
            82: 496
            “On the Anniversary of a Funeral,” 81: 504-5.

1823    “Epistles by Mary Queen of Scots,” 83: 19-23; 105-8; 201-3; 315-6;
            400-4; and 84: 2-12; 111-3; 303-4


Flowers of Literature

1803    “The Orphan Boy’s Tale,” pp. 324-5


Flowers of Poetry

1834    “Hymn,” [There’s not a leaf within the bower], 1: 144


Friendship’s Offering

1824    “Hymn to God, the Eternal and Unchangeable,” p. 143
            “Elegiac Stanzas,” pp. 144-6
            “Song,” [Go – thou can’st wound my peace no more –], pp. 146-7
            “Song,” [Joy in Woe], pp. 147-8

1825    “To the Flower Called, Forget Me Not,” p. 246

1826    “Address to the Garden Roll,” pp. 314-7
            “Epitaph on William Hayley,” pp. 357-8
            “Address to a Dying Friend,” pp. 15-6


Gentleman’s Magazine

1805    “Hence! Cruel Life! No More Persist,” 75: 255


Harp of Parnassus

1822    “I Once Rejoiced, Sweet Evening Gale,” p. 13


Hymns, Selected from Various Authors

1818    “Worship,” [Great God! Let thy constraining power], pp. 169-70

1821    “Prayer for the Wanderers,” [Watch not o’er these alone, O Lord!],
            p. 166

1822    “The Convert’s Prayer,” [Pity, O Lord, my mental strife], pp. 162-3
            “Consolation for the Distressed,” [When the disciples saw the
            Lord], pp. 194-5
            “Thought in a Place of Worship,” [This is a place for solemn
            Thought], pp. 173-4
            “Reflections During Silent Worship,” [Thoughts of the world,
            Away! Nor dare molest], pp. 174-5

1825    “Reproof and Comfort for Mourners,” [Come ye mourners,
            plung’d in sorrow], pp. 197-8
            “Death the Gate of Life,” [And let this feeble body fail], pp. 260-1


Juvenile Keepsake

1829    “Hymn,” [There’s not a leaf], p. 45


Lady’s Monthly Museum

1800    “The Orphan Boy’s Tale,” pp. 31-2


Laurel

1830    “An Evening Walk at Cromer,” p. 335-6


Literary Souvenir

1825    “Sonnet,” [The world invites thee – go, Lorenzo go], p. 82


New Year’s Gift

1829    “Hymn after a Spring Walk,” pp. 143-4


Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette

1831    “Aux Polonais qui Partent,” April 9


Pledge of Friendship

1828    “Lines on the Death of a Beautiful Child,” p. 382


Poetic Gleanings

1827    “Hymn to God the Eternal and Unchangeable,” p. 100


Poetic Present

1830    "Resignation. A Hymn," pp. 65-6.
            "Hymn," [There's not a leaf within the bower], p. 19.


Poetical Register

1801    “Address of a Felon to His Child, on the Morning of His
            Execution,” pp. 281-4

1802    “Fatherless Fanny. A Ballad,” pp. 286-7
            “Lines Written by Mrs. Opie,” [Cold are the lips whose
            Gentle force], p. 265

1814    “Song,” [Sweet maid, I hear thy frequent sigh], p. 245


Sabbath Recreations

1830    “Prayer for the Wanderers,” pp. 60-1

1835    “Life is a Pilgrimage,” pp. 329-31

Specimens of British Poetesses

1827    “The Orphan Boy’s Tale,” pp. 409-10
            “Song,” [Go, youth belov’d, in distant glades], p. 411


Spirit and Manners of the Age

1829    “Change of Heart,” p. 45
            “Elegiac Lines,” p. 216
            “Epitaph in S____ Churchyard,” p. 351
            “She, Who within this Humble Grave is Laid,” p. 353
            “‘Tis but a Humble, Grassy Grave,” p. 353
            “The Two Soldiers,” pp. 503-4
            “Elegiac Lines on the Death of a Bride,” pp. 581-2


Wood-Notes: For All Seasons

1842    "To the Morning Lark," p. 97.


Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information

1833    “The Orphan Boy’s Tale,” p. 1162

 

 

   
 
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