Detail View: Women Poets of the Romantic Period: Women as they are; or, The manners of the day

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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Women as they are; or, The manners of the day
Name Part: 
Gore, Mrs. (Catherine Grace Frances)
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Gore, Mrs. (Catherine Grace Frances), 1799-1861
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Type of Resource: 
Language material
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Date Created: 
2d ed.
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H. Colburn and R. Bentley
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Internet Media Type: 
3 volumes
Digital Origin: 
reformatted digital
Table of Contents: 
Introductory Verses. -- To Mrs. Dunlop of Dunlop, on reading Burns’s Letters -- On the Death of Burns -- Remarks on the Character of Burns -- The Highlanders, Part I. -- Part II. -- Part III. -- Part IV. -- Part V. -- Notes on the Highlanders -- To Sir J**** G****, Baronet -- Notes on Ditto -- A Ballad founded on Fact -- Notes on Ditto -- A Journal from Glasgow to Laggan -- Notes on Ditto -- A familiar Epistle to a Friend -- An Epistle to a Friend -- Notes on Ditto -- Moome -- The Nymph of the Fountain to Charlotte -- Answer to a Poetical Epistle from an intimate Friend -- To His Royal Highness the Duke of York, with an Invalid Soldier’s Petition -- Sent to a Young Nobleman, with a Pair of Garters wrought by a Highland Woman in the 101st Year of her Age -- To Miss Wallis, with a Sprig of Crimson Heath, which grew on the Summit of a Mountain -- An Ode, on reading one on the same subject by Professor Richardson of Glasgow -- Answer to a Poetical Apology sent by Professor M’Leod of Glasgow, to some Ladies who had invited him to an Oyster-Feast -- Hymn for the Sons of the Clergy -- To the Memory of a Young Lady who died near Inverness in the 21st Year of her Age, August 1776 -- To a Young Lady deeply interested in the Subject of the Poem -- To Lady Clan, who insisted on the Author’s writing a Poem on meeting by appointment with her and three other Ladies at an Inn on the Road Betwixt Perth and Laggan -- Ode to Hygeia:--- Addressed to the late Mrs. William Sprott, Edinburgh.---Spring 1779 -- To Miss Danbar of Boath -- Inscription for a Garden-seat.---Sacred to the Remembrance of a beloved Friend, Miss A. O****, 1794 -- On reading Manuscript Poems by a Young Lady, not in the Manner but in the Spirit of Collins -- Written in one of the Duke of Althol’s Walks at Blair -- Peaceful Shades -- *TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GAELIC* Preliminary Letter to Robert Arbuthnot, Esq. containing Observations on the Authenticity of Ossian’s Poems -- Morduth.---A Fragment, translated from the Gaelic: in Two Books -- Notes on Ditto -- The Aged Bard’s Wish -- Notes on Ditto
Not poetry. Women as they are; or, manners of the day is a novel, in three volumes.
Passant la moitie de leur temps a ne rien faire, et l’autre moitie a faire des riens. / MARMONTEL.
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Citation : Not in Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women; multiple copies in Worldcat.
Subject Topic: 
Letters in literature
Subject Authority:
WPRP 118
Physical Location: 
University of Colorado Boulder Libraries Rare and Distinctive Collections
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