Authors

No. 1 (1808-12-27)

On the Study of Ancient Architecture &c.com. Mr Flaxman
To Maria ?
On the Conscription of the Student of GottingenMiss Porden
Love and the NymphsMr Kilburn (Hassan)
An Apology for a ValentineMiss Flaxman
Anacreontic ValentineMr Bond
Goodby & how d’ye docom. Mr. Flaxman

No. 2 (1809-01-10)

Nor let soft slumber &c ?
Impromptu on a man of GeniusMr Parkinson
On Professor PersonDo.
Charades by PersonProfessor Person
Part of the 15th Satire of JuvenalMr Bond
SonnetsMr. Kilburn (Hassan)
The Muses Vagaries(Fitz Pieria)
The Birth of Ellen(Comfit)
“And a’ that”Miss Flaxman

No. 3 (1809-01-24)

Sonnet to a NightingaleC. Sanders
To St AndrewA. Bower com. Mr. Flaxman
On Hearing a Lady SingMr Joseph (Timanthes)
To Sir John Barrington on His BirthdayMr Porden
The Muses Vagaries cont. ?
A Riddlecom. Mr. Flaxman

No. 4 (1809-02-07)

On Contemplating a Splendid Pile of Ruinscom. Mr. Flaxman
The Three KissesMr Joseph
A Description of Monkey Island → Mr Porden
The Queen Anne St. GhostMr Parkinson
The Violet(Violetta)

No. 5 (1809-02-21)

Valentine to IctinusMiss Porden
〃 Maria ParsimoniaMiss Porden
〃 Miss FlaxmanMiss Porden
〃 Miss Maria DenmanMiss Porden
〃 “Cupid Spitted on a Dart”Miss Porden
〃 IctinusMiss Porden
〃 Hermes to MariaMiss Porden
〃 “All powerful Love is like the Sword of Old”Miss Porden
〃 “As longs the Cat the timid Mouse to catch”Miss Porden
〃 “When Bish or Carter puffs advance”Miss Porden
〃 “At Cupid’s Altar”Miss Porden
〃 “When Cupid last by Venus sent”Miss Porden
〃 Under the Knave of HeartsMiss Porden
〃 Under the Queen of HeartsMiss Porden
〃 Miss Porden “Aid me all ye powers divine”Mr Porden
〃 Miss Porden “On Ezla’s pleasant banks reclined”Mr Bond
〃 From Manchester ?
〃 “Though the sweetest vermilion adorn” ?
〃 “An ardent admirer of the Muses”Mr Kay
〃 “See how the feather’d blossoms” ?
〃 “In grim array”Miss Maria Denman
〃 Ellen → Mr Bond
〃 Greek → Mr Flaxman
〃 Cupid's LamentMiss Flaxman
〃 With a PancakeMr Kay
〃 Account of St Valentine ?
〃 A TaleMr Flaxman and Co.
〃 from Zephyrus ?
〃 from Euphemia ?
〃 from DidoMr Flaxman
〃 French → Miss Porden
〃 “The lofty Lily” ?
〃 “Love is a burthen” ?
〃 “Convinced a Married”com. Miss M’donald
〃 “And canst thou say” ?
〃 “Awake sweet girl awake" ?
Bellamira BarnaclesD. Grant
Valentine MorningMr Kay

No. 6 (1809-03-07)

The Jarvey(A Young Lady)
The Muses Vagaries No. 3
Constellation No. 1Miss Porden

No. 7 (1809-03-25)

The Age of WondersMiss Porden
An Author’s address to His First WorkMr Parkinson
To a Pianoforte
Anacreon Ode 23Mrs Kay
My choice
The RoseMr Kilburn (Hassan)
The Bee from AnacreonMr Bond
Constellation No. 2Miss Porden

No. 8 (1809-04-04)

Address from the Attic ChestMiss Porden
Answer to the Riddle in No. 4Miss Porden
Another 〃 Mr Henry Thomson
Another 〃 A Young Lady
Anacreon Ode 48Mr Bond
The Jealous LoverMr Porden
The Lamentation of PegasusMiss Porden
The Chest of EleanoraMiss Parkinson
The Fete de la Rose → Mrs. Hoole com. Mrs. Kay
Constellation No. 3Miss Porden
A Riddle on Buonaparte

No. 9 (1809-05-02)

The Dove from AnacreonMr Porden
Anacreon Ode 29Mr Bond
The Rose a CoquetteMiss Flaxman
On a Young Lady who Spoilt a Fine ComplexionMr Joseph
Horace Book 2 Ode 16Mr Bond (Desmos)
Epigram or Dr. Toecom. Mr Flaxman
Answer to the Riddle on Buonaparte → Mr Porden
Constellation No. 4Miss Porden

No. 10 (1809-05-16)

Sonnet on the Cicadacom. Mr Porden
Anacreon Ode 43Mr Bond
Story Zeladai & AlcidonMr Porden
Elegy on Fitz PieriaMiss Flaxman
Pegasus restored to the GodsMr Flaxman
The Mob CapMr Kennion
To RobertoMiss Porden
Roberto’s AnswerMr Robert Kay
To Roberto againMiss Porden

No. 11 (1809-05-30)

Impromptu written on the Margate Packet ?
The Apotheosis → Mr Flaxman
Address to the Clouds on St. Valentine’s DayMiss Porden
Anacreon Ode 1Mr Parkinson
Another 〃Mr Bond
Another 〃Mr Porden
Query in Natural History → Mr Parkinson
Answer → Mr Porden

No. 12 (1809-07-14)

Burlesque ElegyMiss Porden
SonnetMiss Porden (Sophis)
Flattery RejectedMr Joseph
The Floral SenateMiss Porden
Sonnet to RobertoMiss Porden
A Fragment from the GreekMr Flaxman
The Attic ChestMiss Porden
Farewell Address from the Attic ChestMiss Porden

No. 13 (1809-12-19)

The Spirit of the Attic ChestMiss Flaxman
The NovembriadMiss Flaxman
Translation of Ode of PetrarchMrs Dobson
Verses to the MoonCommunicated by Mrs Flaxman
Says a P to an Ocom. Mr R. Kay
Anacreon 16Mr Bond
To Sir John BarringtonMr Porden
EpigramR. Westall
AnagrammaticalUnknown
Charade: MaliceMr Stockdale
Cupid as Landscape Paintercom. Miss Flaxman (H.C.R.)

No. 14 (1810-01-02)

History of the Attic ChestMiss Porden
Christmas Gambolscom. Mrs Flaxman
The Fairy’s WishDo. (Gossamer)
Riddle “Four people sat down at a Tavern to play” ?
Dulce DomumMiss Flaxman (Peregrine)
To a Lost FriendMiss Ludlow com. by Miss Richardson
AnacreonticMr Flaxman (Anacreonides)
Monsieur L’Abbé de Grenthe’s Academycom. Sir John Barrington
Verses spoken at His BallDo.
The Tinder BoxMr Flaxman (Philo-Fillagree)

No. 15 (1810-01-16)

The Spirit of YuletideMiss Sanders (Robin)
An Address to Loveunknown
Verses Imitated from the French of MoliereMiss Richardson
“Si le Roi m’avait donné”Do.
Song of the Goldfinchcom. Mrs Flaxman
Mr. Giles, a parody on “Young Lochinvar”Miss Richardson
Query in Natural HistoryMr Parkinson
Answer to Do.Mr Porden
Do. by Brownee to Lady Charlotte DurhamDo.
The Wise men of GothamDo.
Charade: A Kiss ?
Cupid as Landscape PainterMr Vignoles (B.R.)

No. 16 (1810-01-30)

Rebecca, a BalladSir John Carr
Address to a Gentleman on His BirthdayMr Vignoles (B.R.)
AnacreonticMr Flaxman (Anacreonides)
Answer to the Query in Natural HistoryMr Vignoles
An Erroneous Answer to the RiddleDo.
Another. BussMiss Flaxman
Another Rebuss → Do.
The Miser and the Mousecom. by Do.
Charade: FortnightMr Vignoles
A Stray Spark from the Tinder BoxMr Flaxman
Lines to the Author of the Tinder BoxMiss Flaxman
VersesMr Hoppner
A Reproof to Gormandizing BardsMr Parkinson (Fare and Fret)
LaurettaMiss Flaxman (Peregrine)

No. 17 (1810-02-13)

Epitaph on General WolfeMr Porden
Stanzas on Terror and Pitycom. Mr Vignoles
Address to the Musescom. Mrs Flaxman
Song Written on Tempestuous Nightcom. Mr Henry Thomson
An Invitation to the Reverend Mr TaylorMr Porden
Translations from the Welsh of Daffyd ap Gwyllym ?
Petition to WinterMr Porden
Ambrosinecom. Miss Porden
Enigma: PleasureMrs Hutton
Charade: SparklingMr Vignoles
The Lawyer, A TaleDo.
Lines on the Entrance of Valentine’s DayMiss Flaxman (Cynthia)

No. 18 (1810-02-27)

Valentine to Filo Fillagree(Scintilla)
Do. to PeregrineMiss Flaxman
Do. to IctinusDo. (Dido)
Do. to HassanDo. (Augusta Valentina)
Do. to Somebody ?
Do. to Roberto(Phoebe)
Do. to An Architect ?
Do. to Miss Porden ?
Do. to StellaMiss Flaxman (Moth)
Do. to ElorinaMiss Porden (Punch)
The Female EmigrationsMr Vignoles

No. 19 (1810-03-13)

The MothMiss Flaxman
The Pastor Restored to His Flockcom. Mrs Kay (Philo Clerico)
Ictinus to DidoMiss Flaxman (Bond?)
Sonnet to a Young LadMiss Porden (Mnemosyneia)
To a Bull FinchMiss Sanders (C.S.)
To LauraMiss Flaxman (Peregrine)
An Address to the Pencom. Miss Beslee
To the Lady of the Golden ArrowMiss Flaxman (Peregrine)
Answer to the Charade FortnightDo. (M.)
Verses to the Misses D---nsMr Porden
Doubt and CertaintyMr Porden
Sonnet ?
Song to the Tune of Four and Twenty FiddlersMr Flaxman

No. 20 (1810-03-27)

From a Butterfly to AspasiaDr Shaw
The Cottagecom. Mrs Kay (S.G.)
TeaMr Parkinson (Van-ta-zhin)
The Power of Songcom. Mrs Flaxman
A German Bacchanalian SongMr Campbell
Ebor’s GreenMr Porden
An O.P. Dialogue between a Turk and an Englishman(Frederica)
Westminster Hall on the First Day of TermMr Vignoles (Edward)
The Mother’s SongMiss Flaxman (Penelope)
The Voyage of the MusesMiss Porden

No. 21 (1810-04-10)

A ChallengeMiss Flaxman (Thalestris/Incognita)
The SquirrelMiss Sanders
Sonnet to a Little Girlcom. Miss Beslee
Sonnet to Samuel William Nicol Esq.Mr Porden
Song “If Ever Prayer of Hapless Love”Mr Porden
Against Life from Posidippuscom. Mrs Flaxman
For Life from the Greek of MetrodorusDo.
The New BroomReverend Mr Cayley
On the Portable PensMr Bond
Latin Acrostic: Napoleon Buonaparte ?
The Latin Gerunds: Di Do Dumcom. Miss Flaxman
The Speech of a New Married ManDo.

No. 22 (1810-04-24)

A Querycom. Miss Flaxman
Inscription to the Memory of Shenstonecom. Miss Flaxman
Hymn to Apollo from the Greekcom. Miss Flaxman
To Lycidas on His Forsaking the Lyre(Dorea)
A Translation of the 2nd Ode of AnacreonMiss Porden (Thyrsis)
1810 to Incognitacom. Miss Flaxman
Tancred to Thalestris → Miss Flaxman
The Faults of WomankindMiss Porden (Lysander)
Woman from the Greek

No. 23 (1810-05-08)

Aruns to Thalestriscom. Mr Vignoles
Incognita to 1810Miss Flaxman
The DowryMr Flaxman (Fitz Hesiod)
The Fopcom. Miss Beslee
A Charade: WantonDo. (C.B.)
A Fairy Favour for EllenMiss Flaxman (Sprite)
Greenwich HillMr Gifford (Cesareo)
The Challenge of Timon → Mr Vignoles

No. 24 (1810-05-22)

Address to OpisMiss Flaxman (Carina)
After seeing Florio at a MasqueradeMiss Flaxman (Clytia)
To Lysandercom. by Do. (Maude)
To Incognita by 1810com. by Miss Flaxman
An Answer to the Challenge of TimonMiss Flaxman
A poetical reply Valiant to Timon and LysanderMiss Porden (Camilla)
Charade: Watermancom. Miss Flaxman (C.J.F.)
Enigmacom. Mr Vignoles (S.A.W.)
To Her I Lovecom. Miss Richardson
The Love Fit, a Rhapsodycom. Mr Henry Thomson
Roscius, the Peer, and His TailorDo.

No. 25 (1810-06-05)

A melting Effusion to a Candle snuffer too low → com. Mr Flaxman
Farewell to Anna → Miss Flaxman

MISSING

No. 26 (1810-06-19)

MISSING

No. 27 (1810-07-03)

The Sequel ?
A Dialogue ?
Answer to a Riddle ?
Charade by C.J.F. Answered ?
Lines Given to a Young Lady ?
On Wit and Humor ?
The Plighted Lady ?
The Rape of the Veil ?
Announcement ?

No. 28 (1810-07-14)

Woman’s Last Word ?
Song ?
A Simple and Pathetic Tale ?
Taper Soup ?
The Lady’s Lament ?
The Complaint of the Sylphs ?
Epistle to a Lady ?
The Attic Chest to Her Respected Friends ?
The Spirit’s Farewell ?
To Miss Porden on Her Birthday ?
No Sign Portentous ?
Acknowledgements ?

No. 29 (1810-11-20)

The Complaint of the MembersMr Vignoles
An Attic GarlandMiss Flaxman
Invocation to the MusesMiss Porden
Vox PlanetarumMrs Flaxman
Acrostic, on the Death of Princess AmeliaMr Vignoles
Elegy, on the Death of Princess AmeliaMiss Porden
Charade: Denham ?
Specimens of Elegant WritingMr Flaxman

No. 30 (1810-12-05)

Love and a Cottagecom. Miss Flaxman
An Anagrammatical Charade: PordenMiss Flaxman
Nine Lines in Apology for EightMiss Flaxman
Song to the Air Waly, WalyMrs Flaxman
The Old Philosophical Enigma Unriddledcom. Mrs Flaxman
The Foxes Caught in Their Own TrapMiss Porden
Extract from the Preface to the Chronicle of the Cidcom. Mr Porden

No. 31 (1810-12-18)

The Queen and Her Three Daughters ?
On the Summary of Alchemycom. Mrs Flaxman
An Attempt to Delineate a Charactercom. Miss Richardson
On PhosphorusMiss Porden
The Fop’s DistressMiss Porden
The Primrose of DecemberMiss Sanders
On Miss Peacock, Lady Mayoress of YorkMr Flaxman
On Junius, from Dr. Johnsoncom. Mr Porden
On Seeing a Mouse Run across the Roadcom. Mrs Porden
Ode to a Pig, while his nose was boringcom. Mr Vignoles

No. 32 (1811-01-15)

Elegy, on the Death of 1810Miss Porden
Lord Edward, a BalladMr Flaxman
Query, to an Ingenious and Experienced FriendMiss Flaxman
Replycom. Miss Flaxman
French Epitaph and LetterMrs Kay
To MemoryMiss F. Richardson
Cauld KaleMrs Staveley
Description of a ConversazioneMr Vignoles
The Tapstercom. Mr Vignoles
Introduction to a Lady's Poetical Miscellanycom. Miss Beslee

No. 33 (1811-01-30)

First Attic Meeting in the Year 1811Miss Flaxman
The New YearMrs Richardson
Sonnet from Petrarch, on the Death of LauraMr Vignoles
Cupid Turned Shepherd, from Tasso’s AmyntaMr Vignoles
The Pious Painter, a Catholic Storycom. Mr Vignoles
To the Author of the Stanzas to MemoryMiss Porden
Translation from AlcaeusMr Flaxman
Since Phosphorus was the Name of YoreMiss Porden
Grecian Anecdotescom. Mrs Flaxman
Ornaments of DressMiss Porden
Vox Stellarum concludedMiss Porden
The Sylphiad Canto 1st → Mr Vignoles

No. 34 (1811-02-12)

SunriseMiss Sanders
Tell Me Sweet One, Tell Me WhyMiss Flaxman
Say Love, What Master Shows Thy Art com. Mr Vignoles
You Ask Me Why with So Much CareMiss Flaxman
To MirandaMiss Porden
Antiques at Pariscom. Mrs F. Mellish
Epigram on the Chinese Astronomers Ho and Hicom. Mr Vignoles
Valentine’s Day AnticipatedMiss Richardson (L.I.F.)
Prose and VerseMrs Staveley (Jess Macfarland)
Charade: Housewifecom. Miss Beslee
The Restoration Cantos 1 and 2 → Miss Porden

No. 35 (1811-02-26)

The Graces Mr Bond (Ictinus)
To IctinusMiss Porden (Euphrosyne)
To Euphrosyne Mr Bond (Ictinus)
The Pencil and the Pencom. Miss Denman (Pencilina)
The Pen’s RemonstranceMiss Porden (Plumina)
To Pluminacom. Miss Denman (Pencilina)
To Miss E.A.P.com. Miss Denman
To EllenMrs Flaxman (Titania)
To Titania from EllenMiss Porden
To StellaMiss Flaxman (Moth)
To MothMrs F. and Miss P. (Stella)
To Maria, on the expiration of the mourning Feb 14 1811Miss Porden
The Oyster to His ValentineMr Bond
To Miss M. D.Miss Porden
On a Young Lady’s Thanking the Author for a ValentineMiss Porden
The Linnets, an Elegy for Valentines DayMiss Sanders
The Fiery Element Personifiedcom. Mr Vignoles & Mr Sheridan
The Reply to “Say Love What Master”Miss Porden
The Sylphiad Canto 2nd → Mr Vignoles
The Restoration Canto 3rd → Miss Porden
To Miss F. “Where anything abounds” ?

No. 36 (1811-03-12)

The Subpoena of the MusesMr Vignoles
The Claim WithdrawnMiss Flaxman
Epistle from a Bakercom. Mr Porden
Acrostic to Eliza Mr Vignoles
Supplication of Timothy Couplet Esq.Miss Flaxman
Attic NomenclatureMiss Flaxman
Address to Poetrycom. Miss Beslee & Mr Verralls
The Restoration Canto 4th, Canto 1st Book 2nd → Miss Porden
Solution of an EnigmaMiss Flaxman
Answer to the Morning HeraldMiss Flaxman
The Rose of EdenMiss Flaxman
Answer to the EnigmaMiss Porden
To the EditorsSarah Richardson

No. 37 (1811-03-26)

The Lazy Foot → Mrs Richardson
The Protestation → Miss Flaxman
Swallows on their Arrival 1809Miss Porden
Swallows on their Departure 1809Miss Porden
Verses to a Young LadyMr Combe
To the Author of the Acrostic, to ElizaMiss Porden
Song from a Friend to His Wifecom. Mrs Flaxman
To CeliaMiss Porden
A New Pot PourriMiss Richardson (L.I.F.)
ExpectationMiss Sanders
The Cambrian Advertisementcom. Miss Porden
The Restoration Book 2d Canto 2d → Miss Porden

No. 38 (1811-04-09)

Vox MusarumMiss Sanders
“When the Cause Has Been Heard”Mr Vignoles
The ProxiesMiss Flaxman
Mercury to Mars Miss Richardson (L.I.F.)
To CeliaMiss Porden
The Fall of HerculesMiss Sanders
The Three SuitorsMiss Porden
The Restoration Book 2d Canto 3d → Miss Porden

No. 39 (1811-04-23)

The Convictcom. Mr Vignoles
Ode on a College Feast Daycom. Mr Vignoles
To MariaMiss Porden
The ResolveMr Vignoles
The Widowcom. Mr Vignoles
On Hearing the Proxies Read → Miss Porden
Cupid’s BirthdayMiss Porden
Shelton Oakcom. Mr Vignoles
Letter to My Wifecom. Miss Beslee
The Restoration Book 2d Canto 4th → Miss Porden
Enigma to be Solved by the Ladiescom. Miss E. Richardson
Do Not Swear at All(H.)

No. 40 (1811-05-07)

To MayMiss Porden
Description of a Rivercom. Mrs Flaxman
Mira’s Despaircom. Mr Vignoles
Epitaph on Douglas Duke of Hamilton → Mr Jekyll → com. Mrs Staveley
Graeme of Balgowan, The Hero of Barrosa → com. Mrs Staveley
Most Haste, Worst SpeedMiss Porden
The DreamMiss Flaxman
“The Day Draws Near”Mrs Flaxman
The Sylphiad Canto 3d → Mr Vignoles
Translation from the Greek → Miss Porden
“Believe Me Love” → com. Miss Richardson

No. 41 (1811-05-21)

From the Greek of OudeisMiss Porden
Believe Me Lovecom. Miss Richardson
To Moth, from StellaMiss Porden
To Stella, from MothMiss Flaxman
Effusions on My Husband’s Birthdaycom. Miss F. Richardson
Charade: Farewell → Lord Palmerston → com. Mrs. S
“If Hope Is to Gild Future Days”Miss Richardson
On the 1st May, Lord Wellington’s Birthdaycom. Mrs Flaxman & Mr Hayley
A Free Translation of One of Buondelmonte’s SonnetsMrs Flaxman
The Mouse and the Oystercom. Mr Vignoles
The Restoration Book 3d Cantos 1st and 2d → Miss Porden

No. 42 (1811-06-04)

Sonnet Written in the Favorite Chair of Dean Swiftcom. Miss Beslee
The Author’s Address to His Musecom. Miss F. Richardson
Familiar Epistle to a Daughtercom. Miss Beslee
The Herncom. Mr Porden
To a Lady Distinguished by Her Dutiful Attentioncom. Mr Porden
The Sylphiad Canto 4th → Mr Vignoles
The Restoration Book 3d Cantos 3 and 4 → Miss Porden

No. 43 (1811-06-18)

The Morning Was FineMiss Porden
The Captive Lover’s EpistleMiss Flaxman
Days of YoreMiss F. Richardson
Music, Feeling, and PalpitationMr Hinckley
Alamon TippennyMiss F. Richardson
The Sylphiad Canto 5th → Mr Vignoles
The Restoration Book 3d Canto 3 and 4 → Miss Porden

No. 44 (1811-07-02)

A Few Rules for Becoming a Popular Writercom. Miss Flaxman
A Nursery SongMr Porden
Verses Written on the Door of a Rustic Templecom. Mr Porden
A Nuptial SongMiss Flaxman
To Anna “Forget Me Not”Miss Flaxman
The Lawyer’s RambleMiss Porden
“Nestling on the Barren Cliffs”Mr Watson
Sonnet to Expressioncom. Mr Vignoles
The Restoration Book 4 Canto 3 → Miss Porden

No. 45 (1811-07-16)

To Miss PordenMr Vignoles (Amicusa)
“When Stella Waves This Little Wand”Miss Flaxman
“Let Others Sing of Deeds of Arms”Mrs Staveley
“The Norland Lassies’ Lament”Mrs Staveley
“Oft I’ve Implored”Mrs Flaxman (Amica)
“When Ammon’s Mighty Son Arose”Mr Flaxman
“Said Hymen to Cupid”Miss Vardill
To Moth, on Her BirthdayMiss Porden
Au RevoirMiss Flaxman
Blue BeardMiss F. Richardson
“Hail to the Nymph”Mr Kay
Letter Proposing the Decoration of the Attic ChestMrs Kay
Restoration Book 4th Canto 4 → Miss Porden

No. 46 (1812-01-08)

To the Attorney of God MarsMr Vignoles
Now Ruddy AutumnMiss Porden
To AmandaMiss Porden (Donald)
To PapiliaMiss Porden (Chrysalis)
Verses on the New YearMr Vignoles
The CometMiss Porden
The Fairest Blossom of the NorthMiss Porden (Orlando)
Alas What TaleMiss Porden
The MeetingMiss Vardill
Letter to the EditorMiss Porden
The First Book of the Restoration → Miss Porden

No. 47 (1812-01-22)

The ComplaintMrs Flaxman (A Novitiate)
The Lamentation of the AldermenMiss Porden (Phagophilus)
The Unhappy Soldier’s Last WatchMiss Flaxman
Annie’s BowerMiss Flaxman
To MothMiss Porden (Stella)
To StellaMiss Flaxman (Moth)
From Brighton to LondonMiss Vardill
The Second Book of the Restoration → Miss Porden

No. 48 (1812-02-08)

Love and WineMr Hinckley
The Frown and the SmileMiss Vardill (Donald)
The Receipt in FullMiss Flaxman
Yes Once I Met Her Downcast Eyes(J.P.L.)
Wanted ImmediatelyMiss Porden (Miss Brown)
Rondeaucom. Mr Vignoles (Anti-Fisty)
The RemonstranceMiss Thomson
Alterations in the UniformMiss Porden
Letter to the EditorMiss Porden (Alopex)
The Third Book of the Restoration → Miss Porden

No. 49 (1812-02-19)

When First by Gentle OuseMiss Vardill (Thief)
To MaryMiss Porden (Amyntor)
Forgive Sweet MaidMiss Porden
A New Song to an Old TuneGovr Franklin
When My Bright Ellencom. Miss Brown
Not in a Lover’s Humble Strainscom. Miss Vardill
To StellaMiss Flaxman (Moth)
Enigmatical ValentineMiss Vardill
ValentineMiss Porden
Answer to the AdvertisementMiss Vardill (A.G.P.)
Answer to the AdvertisementMiss Porden (Alopex)
The Fourth Book of the Restoration → Miss Porden

No. 50 (1812-03-04)

Account of Mr Bakewell’s first lecture on Geology → Miss Porden
The Exchange of HeartsMiss Porden
The Blighted RosebudMiss Sanders
To Hope → Miss Porden
Answer to the AdvertisementMr Vignoles
Answer to the AdvertisementMiss Porden (Dives)
The Fifth Book of the Restoration → Miss Porden

No. 51 (1812-03-18)

Account of Mr Bakewell’s second lecture on Geology → Miss Porden
The Mountain MossMiss Sanders (Recluse)
And Exile’s DreamMiss Vardill (A Stranger)
Verses Written for an Albumcom. Miss Flaxman
To MusicMiss Vardill (M.H.F.)
To EborinaMiss Porden (Lothario)
Letter from AlopexMiss Porden
The PictureMiss Sanders (Juliett)
Addressed to a BrotherMiss Sanders (Eliza)
Letter from the Advertizing LadyMiss Porden (Miss Brown)
The Last Book of the Restoration → Miss Porden

No. 52 (1812-04-01)

Account of Mr Bakewell’s third lecture on Geology → Miss Porden
To One of the GracesMiss Vardill
Of Coughs and ColdsMr Hinckley
To Mary → >Miss Porden (Alfred)
To EllenMiss Vardill
The Four First Cantos of the Sylphiad → Mr Vignoles

No. 53 (1812-04-15)

Account of Mr Bakewell’s third lecture on Geology → Miss Porden
Charade: RebellionMr Hinckley
Enigma: A KissMr Hinckley
To Two of the GracesMiss Vardill
To MaryMiss Flaxman
Letter from AlopexMiss Porden
Lines to the West Middlesex Water CompanyMiss Porden
Answer to the AdvertisementMiss Porden (Damon)
The Four Last Cantos of the Sylphiad → Mr Vignoles

No. 54 (1812-04-29)

Geological Notes on the Rock Salt of Cheshire → Mr Porden
Letter from AlopexMiss Porden
What tho’ Soft SlumberMiss Porden
Imitated from the Greekcom. Mr Vignoles
To FriendshipMiss Vardill (Amanda)
Reply to AmandaMiss Porden (Donald)
The Advertising Lady’s InterviewMiss Porden (Miss Brown)
Written with a Crow QuillMiss Vardill
The Remonstrance → Governor Franklin → Miss Vardill
The FarewellMr Elliott

No. 55 (1812-05-13)

To the Editor of the Attic ChestMr Elliott
PastoralMr Elliott Serenade and ReplyMiss Porden
To EmmaMiss Porden
To Amanda → Miss Porden → Miss Vardill (Donald)
Account of the InterviewMiss Porden (T.S.)
The Advertising Lady’s RejectionMiss Porden (Miss Brown)
To the Fair AdvertiserMiss Porden
Song from the Advertising LadyMrs Staveley
The First of May Mrs Staveley
To DonaldMiss Vardill (Amanda)

No. 56 (1812-05-27)

Letter from Alopex to the EditressMiss Porden
Answer to the Unfortunate SpinsterMiss Porden (Antigynes)
Answer to the Advertisement from Blue EyeMrs Staveley
Letter from the West IndianMiss Vardill
The Blue EyeMiss Porden
Answer from DonaldMiss Porden
Lady FloraMiss Vardill
To Anna on Her BirthdayMiss Porden

No. 57 (1812-06-17)

The Wishcom. Mr Vignoles
To the ButterflyMiss Flaxman
Amid this Festive SceneMiss Porden
Rules Formed to Promote Regularitycom. Mrs Staveley
Old JoanGovernor FranklinMiss Vardill
AdieuMr Vignoles
To StellaMiss Flaxman
Blessed be the EyeMiss Vardill
Ode for the Concluding NightMr Elliott
Adieu my PatronsMiss Porden
To the Editress(Filiosa)

No. 58 (1813-03-17)

Letter from Martinus Scriblerus Jr. respecting Addresses on the Opening of the Attic ChestMiss Vardill
Circular on the Same SubjectMiss Vardill
Address for the Opening of the ChestMiss Vardill (Martinus Scriblerus)
Address “Farewell to Blue Devils”Miss Porden
Address “When Rains Have Ceased”Miss Richardson
The Guardian Spirit’s AddressMiss Porden
Written for the Opening of the A.C.Miss Vardill
On Proud Britannia’s Rocky SeatMiss Vardill
Address, from the Spirit of the Attic Chest → Miss Porden → Miss Vardill
An Address that is not an AddressMiss Flaxman
Anonymous No. 1Mr Vignoles
Letter from Barnaby ScratchMiss Flaxman

No. 59 (1813-03-31)

Letter from Miss Prudentia QuicksetMiss Flaxman
Do. from Miss Annabella SquibMiss Flaxman
To my WifeMiss Flaxman
A “Cockney Pastoral”Mr Elliott
“When over fair natures’ face”(W. Wordsworth)
Rokeby, a new comic operaMiss Vardill
Ode to TyrannyMr Elliott
The Pen’s AddressMiss Vardill
Recluse to Miss P.Miss Sanders
Valentine to EborinaMiss Porden (Orlando)

No. 60 (1813-04-14)

Letter from Miss Rebecca NettletopMrs Flaxman
Letter from Miss Annabella SquibMiss Flaxman
Gallus to the Society of VestalsMr Vignoles
Capias Latitat to Miss Prudentia Quickset do.Miss Porden
Allcourt Anyside to the Associated Spinsters do.Governor Franklin
Croesus Custody to the EditressMr Elliott
Fredrick Ledger Scamper do.Mr Elliott
Enigma → Miss Vardill
To my HusbandMiss Vardill
RemorseMiss Vardill
Rebuscom. Miss Flaxman (Sphinx)
To Miss PordenMrs Richardson (S.R.)
For the Album of a FriendMiss Sanders (Recluse)
The Distressed Travellercom. Miss F. Richardson

No. 61 (1813-04-28)

Lady Belle Bluemantle to the EditorMiss Vardill
Kitty Maltraves to the Head EaterMiss Flaxman
Christopher Circuit to Tabby HallMr Vignoles
Letter from the Fair AdvertiserMiss Porden
Atticus Scriblerus to the EditressMr Elliott
Mr Scriblerus ProposalMr Elliott
Mr Scriblerus CardMr Elliott
Laura to Celia Epistle No. 1Miss Porden
Celia to Laura Epistle No. 2Miss Flaxman
Anonymous No. 2Mr Vignoles
A Moral TaleMiss Vardill
The History of the GarterMiss Porden

No. 62 (1813-05-12)

Letter from Diana Dainty to the EditorMrs Rough
Do. from Michael MitreMr Flaxman
Do. from Barnaby ScratchMiss Vardill
The FarewellMiss Vardill
Farewell to Malta → Lord Byron → com. Miss C. Richardson
Laura to Celia Epistle No. 3Miss Porden
Official DinnerMr Kay
Mr Atticus Scriblerus to the EditressMr Elliott
His Proposal and Specimen of Pleasures of SentimentMr Elliott
Do. Do. The Conquest of the Spice IslandsMr Elliott
An ex-Members LamentationMiss Vardill (Atticus Scriblerus)
“Again Sweet Spring Delights”Miss Porden (Philemon)
The History of the Garter Parts 3 and 4Miss Porden

s No. 63 (1813-05-26)

Lines sent to a Ladycom. Miss Beslee
“Yes while Youth and Health are mine”Miss Porden
An Antient Fragment found in a Skeleton CaseMiss Vardill
Celia to Laura Epistle No. 4Miss Flaxman
Lines to a Young FriendMiss Richardson
Do. spoken extemporecom. Miss Beslee

MISSING

Jeffrey Julep to the EditorMiss Vardill
Spring ?
JusticeMr Porden (Atticus Scriblerus)
The Grot ?

No. 64 (1813-06-09)

MISSING

Kitty Maltravers to the EditorMiss Vardill
Mr Julep’s MemorandumsMiss Vardill
Fragment Found in the HermitageMiss Vardill
Dr Cardamom to the EditorMiss Vardill
Anonymous No. 3Mr Vignoles
Letter from ElectromagusMr Vignoles
The Art of DrivingMr Elliott
The Menagerie of the Gods ?
How d’ye DoMiss Richardson
Goblet ?
The Night before the BattleMiss Vardill
To ElizaMiss Porden
Lines Composed on a Mail Coach ?
Anacreontic ?

No. 65 (1813-06-23)

Kitty Maltravers to the EditorMiss Vardill
Letter from Lady Belle BluemantleMiss Vardill
The Dissolution Pt 1stMiss Porden (Euphrosyne)
Atticus Scriblerus to EditorMr Elliott
Specimen of Art of CookingMr Elliott
Lysander to HermiaMiss Flaxman
“Dash from Thy Lip”Miss Richardson
Song for a Festive OccasionMiss Vardill
The Boulangercom. Mr E. Elliott
LibertyMr Elliott
Critical Trialogue → ?

No. 66 (1813-07-14)

Michael Mitre to the EditorMr Flaxman & Miss Vardill
Kitty Maltravers to the HeadeaterMiss Flaxman
The DissolutionMiss Porden
The Invisible CapMiss Vardill
Song Written in 1773Mr Porden
Epistlecom. Miss Beslee
Lines to Miss PordenMiss F. Richardson
Letter to the EditorMr Elliott
The RecantationMr Elliott
The RendezvousMiss Vardill
Romaic FragmentMr Flaxman
The Attic Chest’s Farewell AddressMiss Porden
Letter from Affezionatissima to EditressMrs Kay

No. 67 (1814-02-22)

Pseudo Editorial RemarksMiss Flaxman
Advertisement for an Attic Chest Poet LaureateMiss Flaxman
Probationary Ode “A Song of Sixpence”Miss Flaxman (Jenny Wren)
〃 signed M.S. JuniorMiss Porden
〃 signed MothMiss Porden
〃 Introduction to an OdeMiss Flaxman (Fudge)
〃 Ode signed Atticus ScriblerusMiss Porden
The Three Things a Good Husband ought to be etc. → Miss J. Cobb → com. Mrs Richardson
Letter from Electromagus to the EditorMiss Porden
〃 from Atticus Scriblerus JuniorMr Elliott
〃 from Sir Pertinax Townly → Miss Porden → Miss Vardill
The HermitageMiss Vardill
The First Brother’s TaleMiss Vardill
First Lecture on Natural History → Miss Porden

No. 68 (1814-03-09)

Probationary Ode signed Poeticus AspiranoMr Elliott
Reply to Anacreon’s 8th OdeMiss Vardill
Baithus to EpicurusMr Porden
Letter from Sir Pertinax TownlyMiss Porden
Letter from Mr BeauclercMiss Vardill
Fragment of an OddMiss Vardill
Letter from ElectromagusMiss Porden
To Allen signed Margaret 1Miss Flaxman
To Margaret signed AllenMiss Flaxman
To Allen signed Margaret 2Miss Flaxman
Exordium of the Pleasures of PoesyMr Elliott
The 2d Lecture on Natural History → Miss Porden

No. 69 (1814-12-07)

Address from the Spirit of the Attic ChestMiss Porden
The Elfin Harp → Miss Flaxman → Miss Vardill
Address to the Spirit of Attic NightsMiss Vardill (Aulus Gellius)
Hermes CaduceusMiss Vardill
Traveller of the Summer NightMiss Flaxman (Gossipia)
Address of Atticus ScriblerusMr Elliott
On the Visit of Lord AircastleMiss Porden (Pertinax Townly)
Ode on Lord A.’s visit → Mr Elliott
〃 by Olivia GossamerMiss Vardill
〃 by Miss StormontMiss Vardill
Letter from ElectomagusMiss Porden
The 2d Brother’s TaleMiss Vardill
The 3d Lecture on Natural History → Miss Porden

No. 70 (1814-12-21)

St Thomas’ DayMiss Porden
Letter to the EditorMr Elliott
A Kit Cat OdeMr Elliott
Memoirs of a RidiculeMiss F. Richardson
Lines from EnsignMiss Flaxman
The Third Brother’s TaleMiss Vardill
Sir P. TownlyMiss Vardill
An AttemptMiss Vardill
Electromagus to the EditorMiss Porden
Atticus ScriblerusMr Elliott
The Skull and the Custom House OfficerMiss Porden (Philemon)
The 4th Lecture on Natural History → Miss Porden

No. 71

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The Lovers Calendar for 1815 → Miss Flaxman
A Fairy’s Song → Miss Flaxman
Mr Beauclerc → Miss Vardill
Sir P. Townly → Miss Porden
Sir P. Townly → Miss Vardill
Philemon to Olivia → Miss Vardill
Valentine → Miss Porden
Zaire a Orosmane → Mr Elliott
Parody → com. Miss Flaxman
Ridicule → Miss Vardill
The Sonnetteer No. 1 → Mr Elliott
The 4th Brother’s Tale → Miss Vardill
A New Epistle → Miss Vardill
Music to the Fairy’s Song → Miss Vardill
The 5th Lecture on Natural History → Miss Porden

No. 72 (1815-03-08)

MISSING

Letter from ElectromagusMiss Porden
Letter from Sir Pertinax Townly ?
Le Coeur Fidel(T.H.)
Translation Attempted(S.P. Jr)
Address from Philemon Beauclerc ?
To OliviaMiss Vardill
The Glass of Grog ?
The Philosopher at the Fair ?

No. 73 (1815-03-22)

MISSING

Translation of a Hebrew Valentine(Erminia)
A Substitute for Nonsense ?
A Hebrew Valentine ?
Translation from the Hebrew(Jessica)
A Hebrew Song ?
Translation by Rachel Periera ?
Letter from Electromagus ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
The Patron ?
A Lesson for Lovers ?
The Fifth Brother’s TaleMiss Vardill
Lady Olivia Gossamer’s Prize Essay ?

No. 74 (1815-12-06)

“The Phoenix sent Cards”Miss Vardill
Acrostic to a young LadySir J. Barrington
Gormo to StellaMiss Flaxman
The Chevalier RuspiniMessrs Elliotts
Vale, by Mr Freemantlecom. Mrs Richardson
Letter from Sir Pertinax TownlyMiss Porden
“When Norway’s Monarch knelt to gain”Miss Vardill
Electromagus on HeatMiss Porden
Estrella Mr Beauclerc’s Prize EssayMiss Porden Letter from Prosai Poetico → Miss Vardill
The 6th Brother’s Tale → Miss Vardill
Advertisement of the Hermits for the 7th Brother → Miss Vardill
Song: For Master Doctoure → Mr Porden (when tipsy)

No. 75 (1815-12-20)

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Address. Ex parte Pocket Handkerchief → Miss Vardill
A Riddle. Answer: Glass → Miss Porden
Do. Answer: Chrysalis → Miss Porden
Lines spoken in the character of Mr Coutts → Mr Empey com. Mrs Richardson
Words for Modinha No. 1 → Mr Elliott
Electromagus on light → Miss Porden
Sir P. Townly The Summer House → Miss Porden
Sir P. Townly The Flowers are Bright on hill and dale → Miss Porden
Mr Beauclerc to the Editor → Miss Vardill
Balance of Opinions on Women → Miss Vardill
Plan for a Lottery → Miss Vardill
The 7th Brother’s Tale → Miss Vardill
Closing address from the Hermitage → Miss Vardill

No. 76 (1816-01-30)

MISSING

The Lily of the Valley ?
The Muse’s Reproof ?
The Poet Quarrels with His Muse ?
The Escape and Capture of Dapple ?
Electromagus on Electricity ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
First Chapter of a Novel ?
Biorno: a Ballad Romance ?
The Two Herveys ?
Address of Winter to Timour ?
Love in April ?
Darcy ?

No. 77 (1816-02-14)

MISSING

Contemplation ?
The Maids of Portugal ?
Pity ?
My Loved Country ?
The Fair Penitent ?
The Invitation ?
Lottery Announcement ?
To Ellen ?
To Miss Mary Anne King ?
To Maria ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
Letter from Peregrine Project ?
Sketch of the Plan ?
Letter from Peregrine Project ?
The Wreath ?
The Gamut of Faces ?

No. 78 (1816-02-28)

MISSING

Essay on Science ?
To Zara ?
Valentine ?
Answer to the Wreath ?
The Leyden Jar ?
Acrostic to Miss Porden on Her Poem ?
Letter from Prosai-Poetico ?
Documents from Prosai-Poetico ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
Anonymous Letter ?
The Spanish Armada ?
Four Nations: The Saxon ?

No. 79 (1816-03-13)

MISSING

L’Acerbo No. 1 ?
The Englishman ?
Four Nations: The Swede ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
Letter from Atticus Scriblerus ?
Alonzo and Estella ?
Absence ?
The Search ?
The Chaplet ?
Message from Author ?
The Fairies’ Isle ?
Laila: An Arabian Tale

No. 80 (1816-03-27)

MISSING

L’Acerbo No. 2 ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
On Snuff ?
Emma: A Ballad ?
To Celia ?
Four Nations: The Jew ?
The Aëronautiad ?
Khatoon: A Persian Tale

No. 81 (1816-04-24)

MISSING

L’Acerbo No. 3 ?
Sir Gilbert’s Heiress ?
Answer to the Sonnet by Dr Gregor ?
Farewell to Henrietta ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
Letter and Poem from Betty Brush ?
Komalda: An Indian Tale

No. 82 (1816-05-08)

MISSING

Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
Letter from Philemon Beauclerc ?
Letter from Electromagus ?
Letter from Atticus Scriblerus ?
The Seal ?
Letter and Poem from Mopsey ?
The Spectre’s Isle ?
Edwin and Angelina ?
Telasco: An American Tale

No. 83 (1816-05-22)

MISSING

Waterloo ?
To Miss Porden ?
Humorous Fragments ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
Memorial to a Favorite Dog ?
Charade ?
Two Poems from an Editor ?
Kuban Khan: A Tartarian Tale

No. 84 (1816-06-05)

MISSING

To EAP on Her Birthday ?
Sales by Auction ?
Letter from Pertinax Townly ?
An Attic Bard to His Bride ?
Fourth Day’s Sale ?
A Translation from the Persian ?
Gleanings ?
A Morean Tale ?
Charade ?
Sonnet to a Tea Kettle ?

No. 85 (1816-07-15)

MISSING

Sweet Hope ?
A Felpham Song ?
The Reading BakerMiss Porden
From Prosai-Poetico to BeauclercMiss Vardill
The Thirteenth of JuneMiss Vardill
A Curious Experiment → Belfast News Letter
Ellen’s EulogyMrs Richardson

No. 86

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A List of Contributions read from the Attic Chest from Febry 22d 1814 to July 15th 1816 including the 6th, 7th and 8th Seasons

Mr Flaxman 3
Mrs Flaxman 3
Miss Flaxman 19
Miss Vardill 67
Mr Porden 2
Miss Porden 77
Mr Elliott 33
Mr E. Elliott 5
Mrs Richardson 5
Miss Richardson 2
Sir J. Barrington 2
Mrs Phillips 1
Mrs Staveley 1
Mr Hayley 2
Miss M. A. Kay 1
Mr Hinckley 1
No. 87 (1817-03-04)

To A.F. Since Tenderness to Age belongsMr Hayley com. Mrs Flaxman
Advertisement for a Lost MuseMr Elliott
Valentine with a Repeating WatchMiss Vardill
The New Coin of ParnassusMiss Vardill
Verses by Dr Brande in 1802com. Miss Kramer
Valentine to Drawing → Miss and Master Kay
Archibald McLeasing to his publisherMiss Porden
Letter from France: Lavinia to ElizaMiss Porden
The 1st Act of the Novice of St BenedictMiss Vardill
The 1st Act of Allah ul Din → com. Mr Porden
Jeremy Granger to LucyMr Porden

No. 88 (1817-03-18)

The Lost MuseMiss Vardill
Answer to the Advertisement from Atticus ScriblerusMiss Porden
Lady Byron’s Answer to “Fare thee well”com. Miss Thomson
Lavinia to Eliza Letter 2Miss Porden
The Milk Maid ?
Continuation of Allah ul Din → com. Mr Porden
Comte Leandre to the Editress → Mr Elliott
Lines with a PurseMiss Appleton (Phytho)
Vive l’Amour by Do.Mr Elliott
Money ?
The Waterloo Button → Miss Vardill
Specimen of a New Official Stylecom. Mr Elliott
The Fete in the SunMiss Porden

No. 89 (1817-04-15)

The Festival of NauruzMiss Vardill
Enigma: The Letter HMiss Fanshaw com. Mrs Richardson
Lines for a Lady’s Jewel BoxMiss Flaxman
Lines in the Character of Lorenzo di MediciMr Hayley com. Mrs Flaxman
Lavinia to Eliza Letter 3Miss Porden
Part of Allah ul Din → com. Mr Porden
Rectius Vives of Horace by Dr Brande → com. Miss Kramer
Persian Verses from Sadi → Miss Vardill
Translation of Vive l’Amour → Miss Porden (Ignoramus Bibo)
The Norman Cap → Mr Johnson
Petition of Aaron Harebrains → Miss Appleton
Epistle from Monsieur Leon → Mr E. Elliott
Rosamond’s Chest → Mr Bayler com. Miss Vardill

No. 90 (1817-04-15)

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Mr Solve Mery’s Papyrostatic Experiment → Miss Appleton
On Captain Harvey of Battle → com. Mrs Flaxman
A Muse Found → Miss Vardill
500 Lines → Miss Vardill
Part of Allah ul Din → com. Mr Porden
Lavinia to Eliza Letter 4 Account of St Maur → Miss Porden and Mr Elliott
Praise of the Literary Fund →  ?
Impromptu with the pen of a lady → Mr Elliott
Comte Leandre a L’Editresse → Mr Elliott
The Power of Love → Mr Elliott
Chanson a Boire → Mr Elliott
The Progress of Sculpture → Miss Appleton

No. 91 (1817-05-13)

Mr Buckskin to the EditorMr Elliott
The TygerMr Blake com. Mrs Flaxman
The Chimney Sweepers song on the 1st MayMr Blake com. Mrs Flaxman
A Lovers Song, translated by Anacreon LovelornMiss Porden
Vive CaféMiss Appleton
Lavinia to Eliza Letter 5Miss Porden
An Arabian AnecdoteMiss Porden
The Progress of Sculpture ContinuedMiss Appleton
The Novice of St Benedict ConcludedMiss Vardill

No. 92 (1817-05-27)

Epitaph on a Hermit, signed Quizcom. Miss Appleton
Speak English Pray!Miss Vardill
John Bull to the EditorMiss Porden
A Decima par Blondel with a ChorusMiss Porden
Part of Allah Ul Dien → com. Mr Porden
Lavinia to Eliza Letter 6Miss Porden
The Quest of the MuseMiss Porden
Atticus Scriblerus to Olivia → Miss Vardill
King Edward and Fair AgnesMiss Vardill
Acrostic on the Death of a Beloved Child ?

No. 93 (1817-06-10)

Cram to the EditorMiss Appleton
The pas troisMiss Vardill
Omara an Eastern TaleMiss Appleton
Farewell ye scenes of past delightcom. Miss Denman
Adieu charmantes Bergerescom. Mrs Flaxman
Atticus to RodelindaMiss Vardill
Allah Ul Dien Concluded → com. Mr Porden
Lavinia to Eliza Letter 7Miss Porden
The Quest of the MuseMr Elliott
The Quest of the Muse continued signed ERMiss Porden
Lines sent with 2 baskets of fruit ?

No. 94 (1818-05-19)

Honesty’s PromotionMiss Vardill
The Family Circle No. 1Mrs Richardson
Dr Brewster to Ellen with his KaleidoscopeMiss Vardill
Count Leandre to the EditressMr Elliott
The Count’s Adventures at CalaisMiss Porden
Euphrosyne to PomonaMiss Porden
Pomona to EuphrosyneMiss Appleton
Valentine to a Young Lady(Ouranos)
RiddleMiss Porden
To the Authoress of the Arctic ExpeditionsMiss Vardill
Fragment de la Grande Histoire des GeniesMr Halma
Count Leandre à IrisMr Elliott
The Wren a Manx LegendMiss Porden

No. 95 (1818-06-02)

To a Lady with some Lille ThreadMiss Appleton
The Quest of the Muse Canto 128Mr Elliott
The Canal to the Brook → Mrs Kelly Davis → Miss Vardill
The Cairngorm DiamondMiss Vardill
The Family Circle No. 2 Mrs Richardson
Count Leandre to the Editress ?
A Dream, to the Editor of the Attic ChestMiss Appleton
Hassan a Tale → Miss Porden
Count Leandre with some Greekcom. Miss Vardill & Mrs Flaxman