Other Poems by Charles Sangster

THE

ST. LAWRENCE AND THE SAGUENAY,

AND

OTHER POEMS.

by Charles Sangster

© New York: Miller, Orton, & Mulligan, 1856.

Spring

A Poet’s Love

Light in Darkness

Rideau Lake

Aurelia

Sonnet

Evening Scene

Gentle Mary Ann

Death of the Old Year

Despondency

The Voice of God

The Fine Old Woods

Elegy in Memory of Rev. Robert D. Cartwright

Morning in Summer

Password—“Truth is Mighty”

Whirlwind

Elizabeth’s Birth

Henry’s Grave

Snow Drops

Pretty Faces

Beyond the Grave

Canadian Sleigh Song

Pity’s Tear Drop

Annie by my Side a Sitting

The Name of Mary

The Kneeling Heart

Autumn

Remembrances

Little Annie

Sun, Moon and Stars

The Chieftain’s Last Sigh

Holy Ground

Pleasant Memories

My Kitten

The Frost King’s Revel

England and America

The Wreck

The Lofty and the Lowly

I Dreamed I Met Thee

The Changes of a Night

To Rev. James G. Witted

Edith to Harold

Song of the New Year

Soul, Thou art Lonely

Peace, Fond Soul

Merry Christmas

A Plea for the Woods

Little Libby

The Yellow Curl

Let them Boast as they will

Limerick Cathedral Bells

Love’s Guiding Star

The Angel’s Gift

Love’s Signet Ring

Mary’s Twentieth Birthday

Love’s Morning Lark

Song—The Banner of Old England

Song—The Heroes of the Alma

The Twofold Victory—An Alma Lyric

Song of the British Mariner

The Indian Summer

The Betrayal

The Impatient Lover

The Grape

A Thousand Faces

The Past

Imagination

The Spirit of the Woods

Love’s New Era

Faith

From Queenston Heights

Fanny

Lament of Shingwakonce

Absence

Festus

Sonnet

Hope

The Trio

The One Idea

Uncurbed Passion

Peace

Bertram and Lorenzo—A Dramatic Fragment

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