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In presenting the following Selection as a “ Love Gift” to the admirers of British Poetry, the Editor deems it unnecessary to offer an apology, or to state any particular reasons for its being at the present moment a candidate for popular favour. The work must speak for itself; and if it succeed in bringing into notice language and sentiments which are comparatively unknown, but which are at the same time calculated to soften the manners while they interest and improve the heart, the end contemplated will be fully realized.
“ All thoughts, all passions, all delights,
Whatever stirs this mortal frame-
Sonnet . . . . SOUTHEY.
29 Stanzas on Woman
GOLDSMITH. 30 Love . . . .
- HENRY NEBLE. 31 The Lock
MIDDLETON. “ Meet me at Sunset”
A. A. WATTS.
his Love . . . . MARLOWB. The Nymph's Reply · RALEIGH. Violets . .
. . LANDON. Love in Absence . . BARRY CORNWALL, 46 Love's Panegyrics . . CHAPMAN. From “ Psyche” . . , TIGHE. Love's Power . . . LODGE. A Year Ago . . . LORD STRANGFORD. Love's Excuse for Sadness BULWER. The Shepherd to the Flowers RALEIGH. Disinterested Love . . Sedley. A Love Song . . . LANDON. On Capid's Death and Burial
in Castara's Cheek . . HABINGTON, 59 Song . . . . . SUCKLING. Sonnet . . . . BARRY CORNWALL, 62