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Table of Contents
No. I: The Outward-Bound Ship
No. II: My Sea-Hermitage
No. III: The Burden of the Sea
No. IV: The Sunken Rock
No. V: Address to the Deep
No. VI: The Voyager's Regret
No. VII: The Spirit of the Cape
No. VIII: A New Year's Day Song
No. IX: The Eden of the Sea
No. X: Sunset and Night
No. XI: To an Infant Afar
No. XII: The Haven Gained
Rev. Benjamin Bailey, from Poetical Sketches of the Interior of the Island of Ceylon
Henry F. Chorley, from Memorials of Mrs. Hemans
Mrs. Sarah Ellis, "Mrs. Fletcher, Late Miss Jewsbury"
S. C. Hall, from Retrospect of a Long Life
Historical References to Oceanides
Maria Jane Jewsbury, "Curiosity and Scandal"
Maria Jane Jewsbury, "Extracts from a Lady's Log-Book"
Maria Jane Jewsbury, "Lines Written after Reading Sir Edward Seaward's Narrative"
Alaric Alfred Watts, Chapter XVI of Alaric Watts: A Narrative of His Life
William Wordsworth, poems in response to Jewsbury
dight: clothed, dressed, arrayed, decked, adorned.
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