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Chronological Index of Authors

Lady Grisel Baillie (1665–1746)
William Wordsworth (1770–1850)

Lady Grisel Baillie. 1665–1746  Werena my Heart's licht I wad dee (OBEV)
William Congreve. 1670–1729  A Hue and Cry after Fair Amoret (OBEV)
False though She be (OBEV)
Ambrose Philips. 1671–1749  To Charlotte Pulteney (Gold)
Colley Cibber. 1671–1757  Blind Boy (Gold)
Joseph Addison. 1672–1719  Hymn (OBEV)
Isaac Watts. 1674–1748  A Cradle Hymn (OBEV)
Day of Judgement (OBEV)
Charles Webbe. c. 1678  Against Indifference (OBEV)
Thomas Parnell. 1679–1718  Song (OBEV)
John Gay. 1685–1732  Black-Eyed Susan (Gold)
Song (OBEV)
Allan Ramsay. 1686–1758  Peggy (OBEV)
Henry Carey. 1687?–1743  A Drinking-Song (OBEV)
Sally in Our Alley (Gold)
Sally in our Alley (OBEV)
William Oldys. 1687–1761  On a Fly drinking out of his Cup (OBEV)
Alexander Pope. 1688–1744  Dying Christian to his Soul (OBEV)
Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady (OBEV)
On a certain Lady at Court (OBEV)
Quiet Life (Gold)
William Broome. 1689–1745  Belinda's Recovery from Sickness (OBEV)
Rosebud (OBEV)
George Bubb Dodington,  
Lord Melcombe. 1691–1762  
Shorten Sail (OBEV)
Anonymous. 18th Cent.?  Willie Drowned in Yarrow (Gold)
J. Collins. 18th Cent.  To-Morrow (Gold)
Fanny Greville. 18th Cent.  Prayer for Indifference (OBEV)
James Thomson. 1700–1748  For ever, Fortune, wilt thou prove (Gold)
On the Death of a particular Friend (OBEV)
Rule, Britannia (Gold)
George Lyttelton, Lord Lyttelton.  
Tell me, my Heart, if this be Love (OBEV)
Samuel Johnson. 1709–1784  On the Death of Mr. Robert Levet (OBEV)
One-and-Twenty (OBEV)
Richard Jago. 1715–1781  Absence (OBEV)
Thomas Gray. 1716–1771  Bard (Gold)
Curse upon Edward (OBEV)
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (Gold)
Elegy written in a Country Churchyard (OBEV)
Hymn to Adversity (Gold)
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College (Gold)
Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude (Gold)
Ode on the Spring (Gold)
On a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes (OBEV)
On a Favourite Cat Drowned in a Tub of Goldfishes (Gold)
Progress of Poesy (Gold)
Progress of Poesy (OBEV)
William Collins. 1721–1759  Fidele (OBEV)
How sleep the Brave (OBEV)
Ode to Evening (OBEV)
Ode to Simplicity (OBEV)
Ode Written in 1746 (Gold)
Passions (Gold)
To Evening (Gold)
Mark Akenside. 1721–1770  Amoret (OBEV)
Complaint (OBEV)
Nightingale (OBEV)
Tobias George Smollett. 1721–1771  To Leven Water (OBEV)
Christopher Smart. 1722–1771  Song to David (OBEV)
Jane Elliot. 1727–1805  A Lament for Flodden (OBEV)
Lament for Flodden (Gold)
Oliver Goldsmith. 1730?–1774  Memory (OBEV)
When lovely woman stoops to folly (Gold)
Woman (OBEV)
William Cowper. 1731–1800  Loss of the "Royal George(Gold)
My Mary (OBEV)
Poplar Field (Gold)
Solitude of Alexander Selkirk (Gold)
To a Young Lady (Gold)
To Mary Unwin (Gold)
To Mary Unwin (OBEV)
To the Same (Gold)
William Julius Mickle. 1734–1788  Sailor's Wife (Gold)
Robert Cunninghame-Graham  
of Gartmore. 1735–1797  
If Doughty Deeds (OBEV)
If doughty deeds my lady please (Gold)
James Beattie. 1735–1803  An Epitaph (OBEV)
Isobel Pagan. 1740–1821  Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes (OBEV)
Anna Lætitia Barbauld. 1743–1825  Life (OBEV)
Life! I know not what thou art (Gold)
Sir William Jones. 1746–1794  Epigram (OBEV)
John Logan. 1748–1788  Braes of Yarrow (Gold)
To the Cuckoo (OBEV)
Henry Rowe. 1750–1819  Moon (OBEV)
Sun (OBEV)
Lady Anne Lindsay. 1750–1825  Auld Robin Gray (Gold)
Auld Robin Gray (OBEV)
Thomas Chatterton. 1752–1770  Song from Ælla (OBEV)
Timothy Dwight. 1752–1817  Love to the Church (YBAV)
Joel Barlow. 1754–1812  Psalm CXXXVII: The Babylonian Captivity (YBAV)
George Crabbe. 1754–1832  A Marriage Ring (OBEV)
Late Wisdom (OBEV)
Meeting (OBEV)
William Blake. 1757–1827  Cradle Song (OBEV)
Hear the Voice (OBEV)
Little Black Boy (OBEV)
Love's Secret (OBEV)
Night (OBEV)
Reeds of Innocence (OBEV)
Song (OBEV)
Tiger (OBEV)
To Spring (OBEV)
To the Muses (OBEV)
Robert Burns. 1759–1796  Ae Fond Kiss (OBEV)
A Farewell (Gold)
A Red, Red Rose (OBEV)
Auld Lang Syne (OBEV)
Banks o' Doon (OBEV)
Bonnie Lesley (Gold)
Bonnie Lesley (OBEV)
Duncan Gray (Gold)
Farewell (OBEV)
Hark! the Mavis (OBEV)
Highland Mary (Gold)
Highland Mary (OBEV)
Jean (Gold)
Jean (OBEV)
John Anderson (Gold)
John Anderson, my Jo (OBEV)
Lament for Culloden (Gold)
Lament for Culloden (OBEV)
Mary Morison (Gold)
Mary Morison (OBEV)
My Bonnie Mary (OBEV)
O my Luve's like a red, red rose (Gold)
O were my Love yon Lilac fair (OBEV)
To a Mouse (Gold)
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon (Gold)
William Lisle Bowles. 1762–1850  Time and Grief (OBEV)
Joanna Baillie. 1762–1851  Outlaw's Song (OBEV)
Samuel Rogers. 1763–1855  A Wish (Gold)
Sleeping Beauty (Gold)
Mary Lamb. 1765–1847  A Child (OBEV)
Lady Carolina Nairne. 1766–1845  Land o' the Leal (Gold)
Land o' the Leal (OBEV)
James Hogg. 1770–1835  A Boy's Song (OBEV)
Kilmeny (OBEV)
William Wordsworth. 1770–1850  Admonition to a Traveller (Gold)
Affliction of Margaret (Gold)
A Lesson (Gold)
A slumber did my spirit seal (Gold)
By the Sea (Gold)
Composed at Neidpath Castle (Gold)
Daffodils (Gold)
Daffodils (OBEV)
Desideria (Gold)
Desideria (OBEV)
Education of Nature (Gold)
England, 1802 i (OBEV)
England, 1802 ii (OBEV)
England, 1802 iii (OBEV)
England, 1802 iv (OBEV)
England, 1802 v (OBEV)
England and Switzerland, 1802 (Gold)
Evening on Calais Beach (OBEV)
Fountain (Gold)
Green Linnet (Gold)
I travell'd among unknown men (Gold)
Inner Vision (Gold)
London, 1802 (Gold)
Same (Gold)
Lost Love (Gold)
Lucy ii (OBEV)
Lucy iii (OBEV)
Lucy iv (OBEV)
Mutability (OBEV)
My heart leaps up when I behold (Gold)
Nature and the Poet (Gold)
Ode. Intimations of Immortality (OBEV)
Ode on Intimations of Immortality (Gold)
Ode to Duty (Gold)
Ode to Duty (OBEV)
On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic (Gold)
On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic, 1802 (OBEV)
Perfect Woman (OBEV)
Rainbow (OBEV)
Reaper (Gold)
Reverie of Poor Susan (Gold)
Ruth, or the Influences of Nature (Gold)
She was a Phantom of delight (Gold)
Simon Lee, the Old Huntsman (Gold)
Solitary Reaper (OBEV)
Sonnet ii (OBEV)
To a Distant Friend (Gold)
To Sleep (Gold)
To the Cuckoo (Gold)
To the Daisy (Gold)
To the Highland Girl of Inversnaid (Gold)
To the Skylark (Gold)
Trosachs (OBEV)
Two April Mornings (Gold)
Upon Westminster Bridge (Gold)
Upon Westminster Bridge (OBEV)
Valedictory Sonnet to the River Duddon (OBEV)
When I have borne in memory what has tamed (Gold)
Within King's College Chapel, Cambridge (Gold)
World (OBEV)
World is too much with us (Gold)
Written in Early Spring (Gold)
Yarrow Unvisited (Gold)
Yarrow Visited (Gold)


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