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Poems Volume I  (1815) 
by William Wordsworth

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To face the title, Vol. 1.

Poems, Wordsworth, 1915, Volume 1 frontispiece.jpg

Engraved by J. C. Bromley, from a picture by Sir George Beaumont Bar t.

vide p. 14.

London: Published by Longman Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, Paternoster Row. March 1, 1815.


POEMS

BY

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH:

INCLUDING

LYRICAL BALLADS,

AND THE

MISCELLANEOUS PIECES OF THE AUTHOR.

WITH ADDITIONAL POEMS,

A NEW PREFACE, AND A SUPPLEMENTARY ESSAY.



IN TWO VOLUMES.



VOL. I.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN,

PATERNOSTER-ROW.


1815.



T. DAVISON, Lombard-street,
Whitefriars, London.


 (not individually listed)
Dedication
Preface

CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.



POEMS REFERRING TO THE PERIOD
OF CHILDHOOD
.
Page Com­posed Pub­lished
3  My heart leaps up 1807
4  To a Butterfly 1807
5  Foresight 1807
7  Characteristics of a Child
8  Address to a Child
11 The Mother's return
14 Lucy Gray 1800
18 Alice Fell 1807
22 We are Seven 1798
26 Anecdote for Fathers 1798
30 Rural Architecture 1800
32 The Pet Lamb 1800
37 The Idle Shepherd Boys 1800
42 To H. C. 1807
44 Influence of Natural objects 1810
48 The Blind Highland Boy 1807

JUVENILE PIECES.
63 Extract from a Poem on leaving School 1786
64 from An Evening Walk 1793
70 ——Descriptive Sketches 1793
85 Female Vagrant 1793 1798

POEMS FOUNDED ON THE
AFFECTIONS
.
95 The Brothers 1800
115 The Sparrow's Nest 1807
116 To a Butterfly 1807
117 Farewell thou little Nook 1802
121 Written in my Pocket Copy of the Castle of Indolence 1802
125 Ellen Irwin 1800
128 Strange fits of passion 1800
132 I met Louisa 1807
134 'Tis said that some 1800
137 The Complaint of an Indian 1798
141 The last of the Flock 1798
147 A Complaint 1807
148 Ruth 1800
160 The Cottager to her Infant
161 The Sailor's Mother 1800
163 The Childless Father 1800
165 The Affliction of —— 1807
169 Once in a lonely Hamlet 1807
175 Her eyes are wild 1798
179 The Idiot Boy 1798
203 Michael, a Pastoral Poem 1800
225 Laodamia

POEMS OF THE FANCY.
235 To the Daisy 1807
240 A whirl-blast 1800
242 With how sad steps 1807
243 The Green Linnet 1807
245 To the small Celandine 1807
248 To the same Flower 1807
251 The Waterfall and the Eglantine 1800
255 The Oak and the Broom 1800
261 The Redbreast and the Butterfly 1807
263 To the Daisy 1807
266 To the same Flower 1807
268 To a Sky-lark 1807
270 To a Sexton 1800
272 Who fancied what a pretty sight 1807
273 Song for the Wandering Jew 1800
275 The seven Sisters 1807
279 By their floating Mill 1807
281 The Kitten and falling Leaves 1807
287 A Fragment 1800
290 Address to my Infant Daughter 1804

POEMS OF THE IMAGINATION.
297 There was a Boy 1800
299 To the Cuckoo 1807
301 A Night Piece
303 Yew Trees
305 View from the Top of Black Comb
307 Nutting 1800
310 She was a Phantom 1807
312 O Nightingale 1807
313 Three Years she grew 1800
315 A slumber 1800
316 The Horn of Egremont Castle 1807
322 Goody Blake and Harry Gill 1798
328 I wandered lonely 1807
330 Reverie of Poor Susan 1800
331 Power of Music 1807
334 Stepping Westward 1803 1807
336 Glen Almain 1803 1807


CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.



POEMS OF THE IMAGINATION
CONTINUED
.
Page Com­posed Pub­lished
3 To a Highland Girl 1803 1807
7 The Solitary Reaper 1803 1807
9 The Cock is crowing 1807
11 Gipsies 1807
13 Beggars 1807
16 Yarrow Unvisited 1803 1807
20 Yarrow Visited 1814
24 Star Gazers 1807
27 Resolution and Independence 1807
35 The Thorn 1798
47 Hart-leap well 1800
58 Song at the Feast of Brougham 1807
67 Yes! full surely 1807
69 French Revolution 1810
72 It is no Spirit 1807
73 Tintern Abbey 1798

POEMS PROCEEDING FROM
SENTIMENT AND REFLECTION
.
81 Lines left upon a Seat, &c. 1795 1798
87 Character of the Happy Warrior 1807
91 Rob Roy's Grave 1803 1807
98 A Poet's Epitaph 1800
102 Expostulation and Reply 1798
104 The Tables Turned 1798
106 To the Sons of Burns 1803 1807
108 To the Spade of a Friend 1807
110 Written in Germany 1798 1800
113 Lines written at a small distance from my House, &c. 1798
116 To a Young Lady who had been reproached for taking long walks, &c. 1807
117 Lines written in early spring 1798
119 Simon Lee 1798
124 Andrew Jones 1800
126 Lines written on a Tablet in a School 1800
128 The two April mornings 1800
132 The Fountain 1800
136 Lines written in a Boat 1798
137 Remembrance of Collins 1798
139 I am not one of those, &c. 1807
142 Incident characteristic of a favourite Dog 1807
141 Tribute to the memory of the same Dog 1807
146 The Force of Prayer, or the Founding of Bolton Abbey 1808
150 Fidelity 1807
154 Ode to Duty 1807

MISCELLANEOUS SONNETS.
159 Prefatory Sonnet 1807
160 Upon the sight of a beautiful Picture
161 The fairest, brightest
162 Weak is the will of Man
163 Hail Twilight
164 The Shepherd looking eastward
165 How sweet it is, when 1807
166 Where lies the Land 1807
167 Even as a dragon's eye
168 Mark the concentred
169 Composed after a journey across the Hamilton Hills 1802 1807
170 These words 1807
171 Degenerate Douglas 1807
172 To the Poet Dyer
173 To Sleep 1807
174 To Sleep 1807
175 To Sleep 1807
176 With Ships 1807
177 To the River Duddon 1807
178 From the Italian of M. Angelo
179 From the same
180 From the same
181 To the Lady —— 1807
182 The World is too much with 1807
183 Written in very early Youth
184 Composed on Westminster bridge 1807
185 Pelion and Ossa 1807
186 Brook whose
187 Admonition 1807
188 Beloved Vale 1807
189 Methought I saw 1807
191 Surprized by joy
191 It is a beauteous 1807
192 Composed on the Eve of the Marriage of a Friend
193 On approaching Home 1803
194 To ———
195 To Raisley Calvert 1807

SONNETS DEDICATED TO LIBERTY.
FIRST PART.
Published in 1807.
199 Composed by the Sea shore near Calais
200 Calais
201 To a Friend
202 I grieved for Buonaparte
203 Festivals have I seen
204 On the extinction of the Venetian Republic
205 The King of Sweden
206 To Toussaint L'Ouverture
207 We had a Fellow-passenger
208 Composed in the Valley near Dover
209 Inland, within a hollow Vale
210 Thought of a Briton, &c.
211 Written in London
212 Milton!——
213 Great Men have been
214 It is not to be thought of
215 When I have borne
216 One might believe
217 There is a bondage
218 These times
219 England! the time is come
220 When looking
221 To the Men of Kent
222 Six thousand Veterans
223 Anticipation
224 Another year!

SONNETS DEDICATED TO LIBERTY.
SECOND PART.
From the Year 1807 to 1813.
227 On a celebrated Event in Ancient History
228 On the same Event
229 To Thomas Clarkson
230 A Prophecy
231 Composed while the Author was engaged in writing a Tract occasioned by the Convention of Cintra
232 On the same occasion
233 Hoffer
234 Advance—come forth!
235 Feelings of the Tyrolese
236 Alas! what boots
237 And is it among rude
238 O'er the wide earth
239 On the final submission of the Tyrolese
240 Hail Zaragoza!
241 Say what is Honour?
242 The martial courage
243 Brave Schill!
244 Call not the royal Swede
245 Look now on that Adventurer
246 Is there a Power
247 Ah where is Palafox!
248 In due observance
249 Feelings of a Noble Biscayan
250 The Oak of Guernica
251 Indignation of a high-minded Spaniard
252 Avaunt all specious
253 O'er-weening Statesmen
254 The French and Spanish Guerillas
255 Spanish Guerillas
256 The power of Armies
257 Conclusion 1811
258 Added 1813

POEMS ON THE NAMING OF PLACES.
261 It was an April morning 1800
264 To Joanna 1800
268 There is an Eminence 1800
269 A narrow girdle 1800
273 To M. H. 1800
275 When from the attractions 1802

INSCRIPTIONS.
283 Lines written upon a stone, &c. 1800
285 Upon a stone on the side of Black Comb
287 In the Grounds of Coleorton, the Seat of Sir George Beaumont, Bart.
289 In a Garden of the same
290 Upon an Urn in the same Grounds
291 For a Seat in the groves of Coleorton
292 Written with a pencil upon the wall of the house on the Island at Grasmere 1800

POEMS REFERRING TO THE PERIOD OF OLD AGE.
297 The old Cumberland Beggar 1798 1800
316 The Farmer of Tilsbury Vale
301 The small Celandine 1807
313 Animal Tranquillity 1798 1798
314 The two Thieves 1800
317 The Matron of Jedborough 1803 1807
321 Sonnet 1807
322 Inscription 1807

EPITAPHS AND ELIGAIC POEMS.
327 1st, Epitaph translated from Chiabrera
328 2d,
329 3d,
331 4th,
332 5th,
334 6th,
335 Lines composed at Grasmere 1807
336 Written on a blank leaf in a Copy of the Excursion
337 Elegiac Stanzas 1807
341 To the Daisy 1805

347 ODE.—Intimations, &c. 1807