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Poetry in Manuscript

(Organized Alphabetically)

"Address to a Dying Friend." 1828. Letter to Henrietta Erskine 25 January 1828, Pforzheimer
            Collection. New York Public Library, New York.

"Again, Eliza, Let Me Hail That Day." 1833. Pforzheimer Collection. AO 19M. New York
            Public Library, New York.

"Could This Be Dying? Where the Struggling Breath." 1826. Port. 20.149. Society of Friends
            Library, London.

"A David, Apres Avoir Entendu Prononcer À L'institut L'éloge De Houdon--." 1824.
            Huntington Collection. AO. Huntington Library.

"Dear Cousins, I am full of flusters." Letter to Eliza Alderson n.d., Huntington Library.

"The Death of Abijah." 1843. 115 Charles Roberts Autograph Collection. Haverford College,
            Philadelphia.

"An Enigma." 1823. Swarthmore College Library, Philadelphia.

"Epigram / "The Lame Poets." Huntington Library.

"Go Youth Belov'd! In Distant Glades." 1802. 4429, p. 13. New College Library, Oxford.

"Go Youth Beloved in Distant Glade." Augusta Leigh Byron's Commonplace Book. Add. Ms.
            58802, f. 37. British Library, London.

"He Bade Me Remember Him." 1829. OP 37. Huntington Library.

"How Darkly Life." 1827. Quaker Collection. Haverford College, Philadelphia.

"How Dear to Me the Twilight Hour." Augusta Leigh Byron's Commonplace Book. Add. Ms.
            58802, ff. 38-9. British Library, London.

"Hymn." [I might have followed thee, dear Lord]. Temp. Mss. 434.4/42. Society of Friends
            Library, London.

"Hymn." [There's not a leaf within the bower]. 1828. Pforzheimer Collection. AO 19. New York
            Public Library, New York.

"Hymn after a Walk in Spring." [There seems a voice in every gale]. 1842. Quaker Collection. 
            Haverford College, Philadelphia.

"I must confess my little loves." 1821. Letter to Eliza Aderson, 11 May 1821. Huntington
            Library.

"In Memory of Our Beloved Young Friend Thomas Sparshall." 1825. MC 1389/1, 810X2
            Norfolk Record Office.

"In Memory of Our Beloved Young Friend Thomas Sparshall." 1825. MS 444 13/10. Society of
            Antiquaries, London.

"In Memory of Thomas Sparshall." 1825. Cely-Trevilian Bequest. (MS 444), 9-10. Society of
            Antiquaries Library, London.

"Lines Address'd to a Departed Friend." [Friend, long belov'd! on thy untimely bier]. 18  .
            Hayley XXVII, 8. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

"Lines Address'd to a Departed Friend." [Friend, long belov'd! on thy untimely bier]. 
            PP/HO/D/A2477.1-3 [Box 17, file 11]. Wellcome Library, London.

"Lines on the Death of Elizabeth Opie." 1827. Haverford College, Philadelphia.

"Lines on Lady Harrt Gurney & her daughter Harriet-- to DG" RQG 595/5, Norfolk Record
            Office.

"Lines sent with some buds &c for the coffin of T.W. <Send> a sweet boy of 12 years old."
            Letter to Eliza Alderson n.d. , Huntington Library.

"Lines to the Memory of Albert De St. Firmin." 1831. Ascombe Collection. 11.8 (Large).
            Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

"Lines to the Memory of Sophia Bland Jun Who Was Interred in the Burying Ground in Norwich
            Belonging to Friends in the December of 1818." 1818. Gurney Collection. Port. 31.125.
            Friends Library, London.

"Mad Song." [Ha! What is this that on my brow]. 1843. Swarthmore College, Philadelphia.

"Oh Bright Was the Pageant When England's King." 1831. OP 39. Huntington Library.

"Oh ye! who come this show to view." 1850. NRO 35. Norfolk Record Office.

"On a Late Affecting Event at Woodrising." Swarthmore College Library, Philadelphia.

"On Hearing of the Death of Priscilla Sarah Gurney." 1828. MS. Brit. Emp.s.444, volume 3, pp.
            9-10. Rhodes House Library, Oxford.

"On the Death of Edmund Janson 9th Mo 1826." 1826. Temp. MSS. 434.1/338b. Society of
            Friends Library, London.

"On These Fearful Times." 1831. Mss. Brit. Emp.s.333, vol. 1, pp. 7-8. Rhodes House Library,
            Oxford.

"On These Fearful Times." 1832. Temp. MSS. 434.4A/12. Society of Friends Library, London.

"Remembrance." [How dear to me the twilight hour]. British Library, Augusta Byron
            Commonplace Book.

"Song." [I had a hope which now is o'er]. 1824. Charles Roberts Autograph Collection. 115.
            Haverford College, Philadelphia.

"To ____. With Cowper's Poems." 1822. OP 40. Huntington Library.

"To a Prism, Sent from London to My Friend David." 1829. OP 37. Huntington Library.

"To America." [Famed is the day when thy brave sons]. 1846. Charles Roberts Autograph
            Collection. 115. Haverford College, Philadelphia.

"To America." [Welcome beyond the utmost powers]. 1846. PP/HO/D/A2478 [Box 17, File 11].
            Wellcome Library, London.

"To America." [Fair is thy land America, & free!]. 1846. PP/HO/D/A2478 [Box 17, file 11].
            Wellcome Library, London.

"To Anna Gurney. A Description of My Last Recent Visit to North Repps Cottage."   Temp.  
            MSS. 434.4/43. Society of Friends Library, London.

"To Elizabeth Lemaistre (Alas! Not Birthday Verses, as Usual but Heartfelt Apologies for Not
            Having Written Any! The First Omission During 35 Years!)." 1844. Pforzheimer
            Collection. AO 19N. New York Public Library, New York.

"To Elizabeth Lemaistre on Her Birthday 5th of June 1824." 1824. Pforzheimer Collection. AO
            19K. New York Public Library, New York.

"To Elizabeth Lemaistre on Her Birthday 6th Mo 5th 1825." 1825. Pforzheimer Collection. AO
            19L. New York Public Library, New York.

"To Elizabeth Lemaistre on Her Birthday 5th June 1845." 1845. MS. 966, f. 278-278v. National
            Library of Scotland.

"To J[oseph]  J[ohn] Gurney 'On his inviting me to see his spring flowers.'" n.d.
            Wisbec and Fenland Museum Townshend Autographs collection III 56 & IV 41.

"To Mr.Curtis Aurist to the Regent." 1820. Huntington Library.

"To Mr & Mrs Roberts, with Some Dried Apples." 1809. Swarthmore College, Philadelphia.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre at Malvern, on Her Birthday 5th of June 1818." 1818. Pforzheimer
            Collection. AO 19E. New York Public Library, New York.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre at Paris on Her Birthday--5th of June 1816." 1816. Pforzheimer Collection.
            AO 19C. New York Public Library, New York.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre on Her Birthday--5th of June 1813." 1813. Pforzheimer Collection. AO 19A.
            New York Public Library, New York.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre on Her Birthday--5th of June 1815." 1815. Pforzheimer Collection. AO 19B.
            New York Public Library, New York.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre on Her Birthday--5th of June 1822." 1822. Pforzheimer Collection. AO 19H.
            New York Public Library, New York.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre on Her Birthday 5th of June 1813." 1813. Add. Ms. 18203, f. 374. British
            Library, London.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre on Her Birthday 5th of June 1820." 1820. Pforzheimer Collection. AO 19G.
            New York Public Library, New York.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre on Her Birth-Day 5th of June 1819 with an Ivory Box Containing a Remedy
            for the Headach--." 1819. Pforzheimer Collection. AO 19F. New York Public Library,
            New York.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre on Her Birthday--with a Three-Sided Seal on Which Is Engraved T’amo."  
            1823. Pforzheimer Collection. AO 19J. New York Public Library, New York.

"To Mrs. Lemaistre with an Almanack, on Her Birthday--5th of June 1817." 1817. Pforzheimer
            Collection. AO 19D. New York Public Library, New York.

"To My Father, on the 7th of April 1823." 1823.  Swarthmore College, Philadelphia.

"To Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Bart. On His Birthday 1st April 1841." 1841.  Rhodes House
            Library, Oxford.

"To the Memory of Jane Gurney of Earlham." 1822. Temp.  MSS. 434.1/334A. Society of
            Friends Library, London.

"To Thomas John Alderson on His Birthday." 1823.  Huntington Library.

"Tributary Lines." [While gazing on the glowing West].  1813.  Haverford College, Philadelphia.

 

   
 
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