Landon in The Literary Gazette 1823





Landon
in
The Literary Gazette 1823


Poems in The London Literary
Gazette
during the year 1823
by
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
(L. E. L.)


compiled by
Peter J. Bolton

Contents:

1
4th January 1823
Fragments in Rhyme: XII. Sta. Valerie

2
4th January 1823
Fragments in Rhyme: XIII. Written after seeing Maid Marion performed

3
11th January 1823
Advertisement for Medallion Wafers

4
25th January 1823
Medallion Wafers: Introduction

6
25th January 1823
Medallion Wafers: Cupid Riding a Peacock

7
25th January 1823
Medallion Wafers: Atalanta, represented as a huntress with her bow

8
1st February 1823
The Cadets

12
8th February 1823
Medallion Wafers: Head of Tyrtæus

13
8th February 1823
Medallion Wafers: Unknown Female Head

14
8th February 1823
Medallion Wafers: A Youth, with a Lyre in his hand, kneeling to a Female half turning to him, as in the act of reconciliation

15
8th February 1823
Medallion Wafers: Hercules and Iole

16
8th February 1823
Medallion Wafers: Love sleeping beneath a Palm-tree

17
15th February 1823
Ballads: I. The Soldier’s Grave

18
15th February 1823
Ballads: II. Song of the Hunter’s Bride

19
15th February 1823
Ballads: III. The Crusader

21
22nd February 1823
Leander and Hero

25
1st March 1823
Medallion Wafers: Head of Ariadne

26
1st March 1823
Medallion Wafers: An old Man standing by the body of a Youth

27
1st March 1823
Medallion Wafers: A Nereid floating on a Shell

28
1st March 1823
Medallion Wafers: Conclusion

29
15th March 1823
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: Vandyke consulting his Mistress on a Picture in Cooke's Exhibition.

31
15th March 1823
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: Hope, from a design by a Lady

32
15th March 1823
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: Portrait of a Girl, in the British Museum, by T. Stewardson

33
22nd March 1823
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: Different Thoughts Suggested by a Picture by G. S. Newton, No. 16, in the British Gallery, and representing a Girl looking at her Lover's Miniature.

29th March 1823
Songs:
37 - 1 I’ll meet thee at the midnight hour
38 - 2 Pledge not that sparkling bowl
39 - 3 All over the world with thee, my love
40 - 4 The dream on the pillow
41 - 5 What was our parting?—one wild kiss

42
5th April 1823
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: A Maniac visited by his Family in confinement, by Davis

44
5th April 1823
April

45
12th April 1823
Dramatic Scene. Ianthe—Guido—Manfred

19th April 1823
Fragments:
50 - I looked upon the twilight Star
51 - It is the last survivor of a race
52 - I should have prized thy heart, if none
53 - There is a curse laid on the human heart
54 - Nay, pray thee, let me weep, for tears

26th April 1823
Fragments:
55 - The lights are fair in my father’s hall
56 - Love once dwelt in a palmy isle
57 - A blue Italian isle,—yet scarce more blue
58 - Then fare thee well, love, for a little while!
59 - Do any thing but love; but if thou lovest

60
3rd May 1823
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures:
On May-day, by Leslie

61
3rd May 1823
Notice: Sir John Leicester’s Gallery
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: Sketches from Sir John Leicester’s Gallery: The Hours, by Howard

62
3rd May 1823
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: Sketches from Sir John Leicester’s Gallery: Female Head on the left of ‘The Hours’

63
10th May 1823
Valedictory Stanzas

64
10th May 1823
Notice: Glover’s Gallery
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: Two Doves in a Grove, Mr Glover’s Exhibition


66
17th May 1823
On the Picture of a Young Girl

67
24th May 1823
Inez

71
31st May 1823
Stanzas: Twine not those red roses for me

73
31st May 1823
Stanzas: Farewell, farewell! Then both are free

74
28th June 1823
Song

75
28th June 1823
Valedictory Lines: To a Cadet on embarking for India

76
28th June 1823
(On Ismael Fitzadam)

79
5th July 1823
A Tale Founded on Fact

83
12th July 1823
Glencoe

85
19th July 1823
Execution of Crescentius

86
26th July 1823
The Artist’s Studio

2nd August 1823
Songs:
90 - Oh never throw thy love away
91 - Yes, it was here, ‘neath midnight skies
92 - I envy thee, thou careless wind!

93
9th August 1823
Poetical Catalogue of Pictures: Stothard’s Erato

16th August 1823
95 - Lines: There is no smile to answer thine
96 - Fragment: Oh it is veriest vanity to love

23rd August 1823
98 - I. The Floating Beacon
99 - II. Song: Oh leal I’ll be to thee, my love
100 - III. Change

101
30th August 1823
The Bayadere I.

103
6th September 1823
The Bayadere II.

108
13th September 1823
The Bayadere III.

27th September 1823
Extracts from my Pocket Book:
111 - Song: Oh do not talk to me of love
112 - Song: Yes, still truly thine! Ah, they never Love knew
113 - My Harp!

4th October 1823
Extracts from my Pocket Book: Songs of Love
114 - Oh never may I feel again
115 - Farewell to my first dream of love
116 - My heart is not light as when first, love
117 - ’Twas sweet to look upon thine eyes

118
11th October 1823
The Gipsy’s Prophecy

119
11th October 1823
Songs:
Beautiful are the hues that lie
Last night, a fairy bark, for Hope

120 18th October 1823
Fragment: A solitude of green and silent beauty

122
25th October 1823
Sketch: The warrior went forth in the morning light

124
1st November 1823
Songs:
The ring you gave, the kiss you gave
I will swear to thee by that bright star

125
8th November 1823
The Bird

126
8th November 1823
Stanzas: We shall not meet again, love

127
8th November 1823
Lines: Addressed to Alaric A. Watts, Esq. on receiving a Copy of his Poetical Fragments and Sketches.

128
15th November 1823
Poetic Sketches: Fourth Series. Sketch I. The Painter

133
22nd November 1823
Poetic Sketches: Fourth Series. Sketch II. The Covenanters

137
29th November 1823
Poetic Sketches: Fourth Series. Sketch III. The False One

140
6th December 1823
Poetic Sketches: Fourth Series. Sketch IV. A Village Tale

146
13th December 1823
Poetic Sketches: Fourth Series. Sketch V. The Island

150
20th December 1823
Poetic Sketches: Fourth Series. Sketch VI. The Sailor