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New mansion of new people, whom God's own love and
light Promote, increase, make holy, identify, unite. Thou City of the Angels ! thou City of the Lord ! Whose everlasting music is the glorious decachord ! And there the band of Prophets united praise ascribes, And there the twelvefold chorus of Israel's ransomed tribes: The lily-beds of virgins, the roses martyr-glow, The cohort of the Fathers who kept the faith below. And there the Sole-Begotten is Lord in regal state; He, Judah’s mystic Lion, He, Lamb Immaculate. O fields that know no sorrow ! O state that fears no strife! O princely bow'rs! O land of flow'rs! O realm and home
Jerusalem, exulting on that securest shore,
I hope thee, wish thee, sing thee, and love thee evermore!
I ask not for my merit; I seek not to deny
My merit is destruction, a child of wrath am I:
But yet with Faith I venture, and hope upon my way ;
For those perennial guerdons I labour night and day.
The Best and Dearest Father Who made me and Who saved,
Bore with me in defilement, and from defilement laved :
When in his strength I struggle, for very joy I leap ;
When in my sin I totter, I weep or try to weep :
And grace, sweet grace celestial, shall all its love display,
And David's Royal Fountain purge every sin away.
O mine, my golden Syon ! O lovelier far than gold !
With laurel-girt battalions, and safe victorious fold :
O sweet and blessed Country, shall I ever see thy face?
O sweet and blessed Country, shall I ever win thy grace ?
I have the hope within me to comfort and to bless ?
Shall I ever win the prize itself ? O tell me,
Exult, О dust and ashes ! the Lord shall be thy part :
His only, His for ever, thou shalt be, and thou art !
Exult, О dust and ashes ! the Lord shall be thy part:
His only, His for ever, Thou shalt be, and thou art !
Translated by Dr. Neale.
ABUSE of Genius, On the
Adam's Account of himself
Address to the Sun
Advantages of uniting Gentleness of
Manners with Firmness of Mind
American War, On the
An Exhortation to the Study of Eloquence Cicero
Anningait and Ajut
Apostrophe to Love
Aspect of Greece.
Bacche of Euripides .
Battle of Bannockburn
Battle of Hohenlinden
Battle of Beal'an Duine
Battle of the Baltic
Battle of Blenheim
Being of a God, On the
Bernard de Morlaix, Rhythm of
Bible, Literary Attractions of the
Brougham on Negro Slavery
Bruce to his Army
Brutus on the Death of Cæsar
Brutus and Cassius
Bullum versus Boatum
Burial of Sir John Moore, The
Burke's Panegyric on the Eloquence of
Byron as a Moralist and a Poet : Knowles
Byron's “ Field of Waterloo," On
CAIUS MARIUS to the Romans
Calais, Story of the Siege of
Cardinal Wolsey on his Fall
Case Altered, The
Catharine de Medicis
Cato on the Immortality of the Soul
Chair of the Scorner, Sitting in the
Character of Napoleon Bonaparte
Character of Ruth, The
Pool of Quality
Charitable Barber, The
Chatham on the American War
Chatham's Reply to Sir Robert Walpole
Childe Harold's Song
Chorus from the Bacchæ of Euripides
Christ our Consolation and Relief
Christian Mother, The
Cicero against Verres
Cicero for Milo
Cicero against Cataline
Clouds, To the
Comal and Galvina
Come with the Ring
Confidence in God
Contest between Satan and Gabriel
Contest between the Eyes and Nose
Cross in the Wilderness, The
Cultivation of the Intellectual Powers .
Curran for Hamilton Rowan
DAMON and Pythias
Damon and Pythias ; or, The Hostage,
Danger of Delay in matters of Religion
David and Goliath
Death : Time and Manner of its Arrival
Death of the Princess Charlotte, On the
Death of Marmion
Death of Sheridan, On the
Death Song of Outalissi
Deluding Influence of the World, The
Demosthenes to the Athenians
Demosthenes' First Philippic
Departed Spirits of the Just are Spec-
tators of our Conduct on Earth
Description of the Fallen Angels
Destruction of Sennacherib
Dignity of Human Nature, On the
Discontent the Common Lot of Mankind
Distressed Father, The
Donuil Dhu, Pibroch of
Douglas's Account of Himself
Downfall of Poland, The
Dream of Eugene Aram, The
Drury Lane, A Tale of
Fool of Quality 34
Mornings at Bow St. 56
Rejected Addresses 392
EAGLE's Rock, The
Early Licentiousness, Melancholy Effects of Kirwan
Eclipse, A Total
Education of Females, On the
Effects of Sympathy in the Distresses of
Electric Trip to London, An
Elder's Death-bed, The
Elegy written in a Country Churchyard Gray .
Eloquence, Exhortation to the Study of Cicero
Eloquence of Sheridan, Panegyric on the Burke
Eugene Aram, The Dream of
Evening in Paradise
Exhortation to the Study of Eloquence Cicero
Exhortation to Youth to Cultivate a
Exile of Erin, The
HAMLET's Soliloquy on Death
Hannibal to his Soldiers
Harmony of Expression
Henry V. to his soldiers
Henry V. before the Battle of Agincourt
Hesperus, Wreck of the
Hill of Science, The
Hohenlinden, The Battle of
Horrors of Hell, Satan Surveying the
How-d'ye-do, and Good-bye :
Human Nature, On the Dignity of
Immortality of the Soul, Cato on the
Importance of an Interest in the
Impressions of Boyhood
Indian Jugglers, The
Infatuation of Mankind regarding Tem.
Intellectual Powers, On the Cultivation
Internal Proofs of the Christian Religion
Invasion in 1803, The Threatened
Invective against Warren Hastings
Invocation, The .
Ivan the Czar
Ivry; or, the War of the League.
Last Tree of the Forest, The
Law : Bullum versus Boatum .
Le Fevre, The Story of
Legend of Lochbuy, The
Liberty and Slavery
Life compared to a Stage
Light to the Path, The
Literary Attractions of the Bible.
Living Lustres, The
Living to One’s-self
Lochbuy, Legend of
Lodgings for Single Gentlemen
Lord Byron as a Moralist and a Poet
Lord Ullin's Daughter
Lord William and Edmund.
Love of Life, On the
Marathon, On the Plain of
Marcellus's Speech to the Roman Mob