Eighteenth-Century Women Poets: An Oxford Anthology

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INDEX OF TITLES AND FIRST LINES

References are to the numbers of the poems

A chimney-sweeper's boy am I;poem no 298
A female mind like a rude fallow lies; 102
A gentleman, most wretched in his lot, 14
A Quaker's stiffness, with a tradesman's grin; 162
A scholar first my love implored, 172
A wit, transported with enditing, 9
A youth there was possessed of every charm, 77
Accept, much honoured shade! the artless lays 110
Adam Posed 8
Address to a Bachelor on a Delicate Occassion 180
Address to her Husband 79
Address to the Muses, An 282
Addressed to -- 47
Addressed to a Beech Tree 174
Adieu, dear name which birth and nature gave -- 246
Advice to a Young Lady lately married 154
Advice to Sophronia 136
Ah! why from me art thou for ever flown? 249
Airy spirits, you who love 216
Alas, my Purse! how lean and low! 108
'All-bounteous Heaven,' Castalio cries, 85
Amazed we read of Nature's early throes, 134
An' so it seems it is reported 287
And auld Robin Forbes hes gien tem a dance, 190
'And ye shall walk in silk attire, 188
Answer to a Love-Letter in Verse, An 44
Art of Coquetry, The 150
As Lob among his cows one day 273
As once grave Pluto drove his royal wheels 132
Ask me no more, my truth to prove, 72
At an open window sitting 317
At length, by so much importunity pressed, 42
At length my soul the fatal union finds, 37
At the brow of a hill a fair shepherdess dwelt, 106
Auld Robin Forbes 190
Auld Robin Gray 182
Aurelia, when your zeal makes known 129
Ballad to Mrs Catherine Fleming in London, A 17
Bas Bleu: Or, Conversation, The 218
Be still, sweet babe, no harm shall reach thee, 309
Behind moth-eaten curtain, 'stead of press, 75
Beneath my feet when Flora cast 73
Beside a spreading elm, from whose high boughs 281
Bid the fond mother spill her infant's blood, 21
Birth-Day, The 306

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Table of contents

  • Eighteenth-Century Women Poets i
  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction xxi
  • Mary, Lady Chudleigh (née Lee) (1656-1710) 1
  • Sources and Notes 515
  • Index of Titles and First Lines 541
  • Index of Authors 554
  • Index of Selected Topics 556
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