Nonconformist Women Writers, 1720–1840, Part II.
By: Whelan, Timothy.Material type: BookPublisher: London : Pickering & Chatto Publishers, 2011Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (1906 p.).ISBN: 9781781445754.Subject(s): English poetry -- 18th century | English poetry -- 19th century | English poetry -- Women authors | Religious poetry, English -- 18th century | Women poets, English -- 18th century | Women poets, English -- 19th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Nonconformist Women Writers, 1720–1840, Part IIDDC classification: 821.80809287 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Nonconformist Women Writers II,Volume 5; Contents of the Edition; Contents to Volume 5; Acknowledgements; Note on the Texts; Introduction to Volume 5; I. Poems,1790-1833; 1.Cheyt Sing; 2.Reflections on the New-Year ; 3.The Complaint - Sabbath Day, December 13, 1795 ; 4.Wednesday, December 16, 1795 ; 5.Mourning an Absent God ; 6.Sabbath Evening, December 20, 1795 - Despondancy Reproved ; 7.On Hearing Bells at Midnight, for the Closing Year ; 8.Pensive Desire ; 9.January 6, 1797 ; 10. On seeing the following Inscription on a Sun-dial: "Be gone aboutyour business"
11.Sung at a Baptizing, August 3, 1800 12.Sung at a Baptizing, December 28, 1800 ; 13.On the Death of Miss S-, at five years of age, who gave remarkable Evidences of a Divine Change ; 14. The Wish ; 15. Conflict ; 16. On Peace; 17. An Elegy; 18. New Year's Gift; 19. Evening; 20. On Sin; 21. Consolation in Christ; 22. Sung after a Sermon preached to the Sunday School Society in Brown Street and the Children whom they teach, on September 20,1802; 23. On Ezekiel XXXIV; 24. On John 12.27; 25. [Tired of the labours that employ]; 26. For a Ladies Pocket Book; 27. [Yes, I am sad, the starting tear]
28. Baptizing Hymn29. [If ever sinner turned away]; 30. On Parting from a dear Friend; 31. On Psalm 94 and 19th Verse; 32. On 2nd Epistle Thessalonians, 3rd Chapter and 1st Verse; 33. Happiness of the Righteous aft er Death; 34. True Liberty; 35. Nearness to God; 36. Perfect Love; 37. A Mother's Address to a Child; 38. Sabbath Evening Reflexion ; 39. The Saviour's Triumph over Death and Hell; 40. To Jane on the first return of her Birthday; 41. To a Friend with a Roasting Pig; 42. To the Same Friend with a Turkey during the War with Turkey; 43. Love to Christ; 44. Sonnet
45. Christian Heroism46. Hymn; 47. Ordination Hymn; 48. Sunday School Hymn; 49. Association Hymn; 50. Introductory Apostrophe, On the Commencement of the second Volume of the Baptist Magazine; 51. Jubilee Hymn, Sung at several Baptist Meeting Houses; 52. A Funeral Thought; 53. Missionary Hymn; 54. Hymn on Baptism; 55. The Choice of Moses; 56. To M. Saffery; 57. To P. J. Saffery; 58. From Jane to Philip, enclosed in a purse she had worked for him; 59. Missionary Hymn, sung December 8th, 1813, at the Ordination of a Missionary going to Jamaica; 60. Isaiah lx. 1.1.
61. From Jane to Philip in answer to a letter congratulating her on her birth-day, written just after the death of Edwin Saffery - composedby M. G. S. for Jane62. To Jane Saffery in London, from her mother, June 1814; 63. On the death of …; 64. Complaint to Java on the Death of the Rev. T. Trowt; 65. To Philip on sending him Eustace's Classical Tour instead of areligious work for which he had written; 66. To the same after he had asked her if she did not forget him; 67. To Little Jane, without a garland, on her cold birthday, May 1st 1817; 68. To some dear one with peaches
69. Lines written at the request of S. W., December 1822
These volumes will present, in some cases for the first time, the lives and works of a coterie of Nonconformist women writers from the West Country.