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Alciphron.—The Epicurean-Epistles, Odes and other Poems.-Amatory Poems of Tom Little.—Irish Melodies.—Lalla Rookh-Life of Sheridan, 2 vols.-Life of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, 2 vols.-Loves of the Angels.-Odes of Anacreon.—Summer Fete.—History of Ireland, 4 vols.-His collected Poetical Works, 10 vols.-The Dublin Mail, a Poem.—The M. P. or the Blue Stocking.—The Two-penny Post Bag.—Sacred Songs—Fudge Family in Paris-Fables for the Holy Alliance.—Life of Captain Rock-An Irish Gentleman in Search of a Religion.
Amyntas, from Tasso.-Captain Sword and Captain Pen.—Descent of Liberty, a Mask-Feasts of the Poets, and other pieces.—Foliage, Poems—Indicator, and the Companion, 2 vols.-The Seer.—Life of Lord Byron, 2 vols.Months, Descriptive of the year.—Story of Rimini-Hero and Leander—Poetical Works.-Legend of Florence, a Play.—The Palfrey.—Imagination and Fancy.—Wit and Humor—Stories from the Italian Poets, 2 vols.-Jar of Honey, from Mount Hybla.-Men, Women and Books, 2 vols.-The Town, 2 vols.-A Book for a Corner, 2 vols.-One hundred Romances of real Life.— Critical Essays on the performances of the London Theatres.—Blue Stocking Revels.
Poems chiefly Lyrical–Poems, second series.—The Princess.-Poems, fifth edition, 2 vols.
R O B E R T B R O WN IN G.
Illustrations of the Divine Government.—Philosophy of Health, 4 vols.— Treatise on Fever—On Education, (pamphlet.)—The Use of the Dead to the Living—Treatise on Animal Physiology—Lecture delivered over the Remains of Jeremy Bentham. o
Essays from the Edinburgh Review.—Lays of Ancient Rome.—History of England, 2 vols.,
Life of Schiller—History of the French Revolution, 3 vols.-Specimens of German Romance, 3 vols.-Goethe's Wilhelm Meister, 3 vols.-Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdröckh.-Chartism.—Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, 5 vols.-On Heroes and Hero Worship.–Past and Present.—Sartor Resartus-Cromwell's Letters and Speeches, 2 vols.
Sketches by Boz-Pickwick Papers.-Sunday under Three Heads-Timothy Spark.-Nicholas Nickelby.—Oliver Twist.—Sketches of Every Day Life.—Master Humphrey's Clock-Barnaby Rudge.—Old Curiosity Shop.– Martin Chuzzlewit.—Letters from Italy.—American Notes.—A Christmas Carol—Chimes.—Cricket on the Hearth.- Battle of Life-Dombey and Son. —Haunted Man—David Copperfield.
The Magdalen and other Tales.—Dramatic Works, 3 vols. viz: Virginius, William Tell, The Love Chase, John of Procida, The Beggar of Bethnal Green, The Wrecker's Daughter, The Hunchback, The Secretary, Brian Boroihme, Alfred the Great, Caius Gracchus-Fortescue, 3 vols.-George Lovel, 3 vols.-The Rock of Ages, 1849.
The Prevost of Bruges.—Look before you Leap, a Comedy–Love's Sacrifice, a Play.
Weeds and Wild Flowers, poems—Pelham.—Eugene Aram.—Paul Clifford.-Disowned.—Last Days of Pompeii.-Rienzi-Ernest Maltravers.-Alice. —Pilgrims of the Rhine—Devereux-Godolphin-Falkland.—Night and Morning.—Last of the Barons.—Zanoni.-Lucretia.- Harold.—King Arthur.—New Timon.—Eva, and other poems.-Siamese Twins.—Poems from Schiller.—Athens.—England and the English-Leila-O'Neil, or the RebelsThe Student—Ismael, an Oriental Tale.—Duchess de la Vailliere.—Money, a comedy.—Richelieu, a play.——Lady of Lyons.—The Sea Captain.—Confessions of a Water Patient.—A Word to the Public, (about Lucretia.)—Critical and Miscellaneous Writings, 2 vols.-Cromwell, a tragedy—The Caxtons.
Descent into Hell, and other poems.-Judgment of the Flood.—Legend of St. Loy, and other poems—Voyage up the Mediterranean.—Salavera, a tragedy—The Two Brothers.
Exposition of the False Medium.—Gregory VII, a tragedy.—Ballad Romances.—Judas Iscariot, a Miracle Play.—Death of Marlowe.—Cosmo de Medici-Orion, an epic poem.—Essay on Tragic Influence.—Spirit of the Age. Editor.
Hungarian Daughter, a poem.—Martinuzzi, a play.—Beatrice and Gertrude. —Manuscripts of Erdeley–Dramas for the Stage.—Pulpit Eloquence.
Poems on various subjects—On the Brotherhood of Mankind—The Education of the Poor—An attempt to estimate the Poetical talent of the present age.—Ion, a Tragedy.—The Athenian Captive, a Tragedy—Glencoe, a Tragedy.—Sonnets and Poems—Critical and Miscellaneous writings—Vacation Rambles.
Broken Heart, and other Poems—Italy, a Poem.—Revolt of the Angels. —Sibyl Leaves—The Deluge, a Drama—Record of the Pyramids—Sacred Poems.-Prose from the South, 2 vols.
ELIZABETH B. B. A R RETT.
Essay on Mind, a Poem.—Prometheus Bound, and Miscellaneous Poems— The Seraphim, and other Poems—Collected Poems, 2 vols.-A Drama of Exile, and other Poems, 2 vols.
Philip Van Arteveldt—The Statesman,—Edwin the Fair, a Tragedy.— Notes from Life—Eve of the Conquest.—Notes from Books.
Memorials of a Tour in Greece. (Poems)—Poems of Many Years—Poetry for the People.—Palm Leaves.—Real Union of England and Ireland.
History of London.—Hope of the World, and other Poems-Longbeard, a Romance, 3 vols.-Popular Delusions, 3 vols.-The Thames and its Tributaries, 2 vols.-Salamandrine.—Legends of the Isles.—Education of the People.— Scenery and Poetry of the English Lakes—Voices from the Crowd.—Voices from the Mountains.—Town Lyrics.-The Bottle.
Jo HN FoRSTER.
Lives of British Statesmen—Essay on the Popular Progress in English History.—Life of Oliver Goldsmith.