The poetical works of Oliver Goldsmith : with remarks, attempting to ascertain, chiefly from local observation, the actual scene of The deserted village / by R.H. Newell ; and illustrative engravings, by Mr. Alkin, from drawings taken upon the spot.
- Additional Title(s):
- London : Printed by Ellerton and Henderson, Johnson Court, Fleet Street, for Suttaby, Evance, and Company, Stationer's Court, Ludgate Street, 1811.
- Physical Description:
- iv, 182 p.,  leaves of plates : ill. ; 30 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsPR3481 .N49 1811+ OversizeYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- "The views were taken in Lissoy, Ireland, the village often accepted as the original 'Auburn' in Goldsmith's poem."--Abbey.
Abbey, J.R. Scenery of Great Britain and Ireland in aquatint and lithography, 1770-1860, 456
BAC: British Art Center is the Abbey copy. Bound in gilt-tooled diced russia binding. Illustrations are hand-colored.
- Subject Terms:
- Ellerton and Henderson -- Printer.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. Deserted village.Lissoy (Ireland)Poetry, English.Suttaby, Evance, and Company -- Publisher.
- Aquatints -- 1811.
Aquatints -- Hand-colored -- 1811.
- The traveller
- The deserted village
- The hermit
- The haunch of venison, a poetical epistle
- Retaliation, a poem
- Postscript to Retaliation. Notes to Retaliation
- Double transformation, a tale
- The logicians refuted
- A new simile, in the manner of Swift
- Description of an author's bed-chamber
- The clown's reply
- An elegy on the death of a mad dog
- Elegy on Mrs. Mary Blaize
- On a beautiful youth struck blind by lightning
- The gift
- Stanzas on woman
- Lines attributed to Dr. Goldsmith
- Song intended to have been sung in "She stoops to conquer"
- Song from the Oratoria of the Captivity
- Stanzas on the taking of Quebec
- Epitaph on Dr. Parnell
- Epitaph on Edward Purdon
- Prologue, written and spoken by the poet Laberius
- Prologue to Zobeide, a tragedy
- Epilogue in the character of Harlequin
- Epilogue to the comedy of the sisters
- Epilogue, spoken by Mrs. Bulkley and Miss Catley
- Epilogue, intended for Mrs. Bulkley.