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THE Editor of the Poetical Register once more begs leave to thank his correspondents for their assistance, and the Public for the patronage which his work has received.
The ninth volume, being the volume for the years 1812 and 1813, will be published on the first of next January, and the tenth volume on the first of the following June. The Editor will, therefore, feel obliged, if his correspondents will transmit their communications as early as possible. He requests that the word “ Fugitive" may be marked on such compositions as have appeared in print before; and he will esteem it a favour, if those who send more than one composition will write only on one side of the paper. Contributions should be addressed to the Editor, to the care of Messrs. Rivingtons.
An English Song without Sibilants. By J. Thelwall, Esq...... 33
The Portraits. A Fragment...
To Miss G -, on her visiting Oxford. By the late C. W.
Horace, Ode ix. Book II. Translated by Mr. A. S. Thelwall 36
Ode xx. Book II. By the same..
Epitaph on Mrs. Hayward. By Miss Mitford..
The Dying Lover. By Dr. Russel *.
The Lily. By Mr. Bristow
Ode to the Ruins of Palmyra. By Eyles Irwin, Esq... 41
Lines, left on the broken Harpsichord of a deceased Sister.
By the same.........
Impromptu on reading Dr. Clarke's Travels to the Holy Land.
By T. Park, Esq....
The Strid, written at Bolton Abbey. By J. Grant, Esq.... 45
* Dr. Russel was the maternal grandfather of Miss Mitford.