Catalogue description Verses or songs mostly in Thomas Haynes Bayly's hand, with the following titles or first...

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Details of 32688/217/1-40
Reference: 32688/217/1-40

Verses or songs mostly in Thomas Haynes Bayly's hand, with the following titles or first lines:


Odes for 1831, 1832, 1833-1836.


Lines for Helena's birthday, 18 Dec. 1838.


Ah, Maria (In Latin).


While all are in quest.


Lady O'Diddle.


Where shall the child's first prayer be taught?


Though my lot may be above you.


Oh talk no more of sorrow past.


Ballad for Mrs.Waylett - on the scene between Clara and Laura.


Cupid's Volunteers.


Thou wilt go and forget me.


My daughter's an accomplished girl.


Go laugh with others while you may.


Old Friends and true friends.


And have I lived to hear the blame.


Oh I have such sagacity.


What "Not at Home and "Call Again!"


You ask why of the good old days the old men seem so fond.


The World is wide enough for Thee - and Me.


Infancy! Infancy! thine are the hours.


In what a strange light you must see things.


No sighaway die away loves for me.


The bird that has once been caught.


Don't sing English ballads to me.


Oh none have heard me censure him.


Foreign Flasks on British Ground.


The Mental Picnic.


Oh why hath music power.


Oh I want to go to Almack's.


My great-uncle Joe.


I never met one lover yet.


To Mrs.Ames.


That love must be as light as air.


My married daughter could you see.


I never leave sweet Chessel without a fond regret.


Bring me roses.


My opera box.

Date: 1831-1838
Held by: Bristol Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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