The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth: In Eight Volumes, Volumen4

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D. Bryce, 1900
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MISCELLANEOUS SONNETS
15
Captivity Mary Queen of Scots
21
Pure element of waters wheresoeer
27
Though the bold wings of Poesy affect
32
A Parsonage in Oxfordshire
38
Roman Antiquities discovered at Bishopstone
51
To the Authors Portrait
55
Composed on a May Morning 1838
61
PENDENCE AND LIBERTY
138
Composed in the Valley near Dover on the day
144
There is a bondage worse far worse to bear
150
England the time is come when thou shouldst
151
On a celebrated Event in Ancient History
159
Advance come forth from thy Tyrolean ground
165
Is there a Power that can sustain and cheer
172
The power of Armies is a visible thing
178

Oh what a Wreck how changed in mien
67
Wansfell this Household has a favoured lot
73
At Furness Abbey
79
MEMORIALS OF A TOUR IN SCOTLAND 1803
80
To the Sons of Burns after visiting the Grave
87
GlenAlmain or the Narrow Glen
94
Rob Roys Grave
100
Yarrow Unvisited
106
Fly some kind Harbinger to Grasmeredale
112
The Brownies Cell
123
Effusion in the Pleasureground on the banks
129
When the soft hand of sleep had closed
184
Feelings of a French Royalist on the Disinterment
190
Emperors and Kings how oft have temples rung
193
MEMORIALS OF A TOUR ON
208
In the Cathedral at Cologne
214
Afterthought
220
Effusion in presence of the Painted Tower of Tell
223
The Italian Itinerant and the Swiss Goatherd
229
The Three Cottage Girls
237
Echo upon the Gemmi
243
Sky ProspectFrom the Plain of France
250

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