Charles Swain

British poet and engraver

Charles Swain


  • Metrical essays on subjects of history and imagination (1827)
  • Beauties of the mind: A poetical sketch; with Lays historical and romantic (1831)
  • Dryburgh Abbey, the burial place of Sir Walter Scott: A vision (1832)
  • Memoir of Henry Liverseege (1835)
  • Cabinet of poetry and romance (1844)
  • Rhymes for childhood (1846)
  • Dramatic chapters: poems and songs (1847)
  • English melodies (1849)
  • Letters of Laura d'Auverne (1853)
  • Poems (1857)
  • Art and Fashion: with other sketches, songs, and poems (1863)
  • Songs and ballads (1867)
  • True Nobility (1898)
  • Selections (1906) (posthumous)

Works about Swain



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