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Date. Book.

Page. 36 Italy in England ; after, " The Italian in England”

1845 Bells & Porn., VII. 4 159 Ivan Ivanovitch

1879 Dram. Idyls, I. 57 J 107 James Lee : in 1868 cald James Lee's Wife,” with 2 fresh sections : see p. 64 here

1864 Dram. Pers., 3 4 Johannes Agricola (later : Johannes Agricola in Meditation) ..

1836 Monthly Reposit., X. 45 K 64 Karshish, the Arab Physician, an Epistle con

cerning his strange Experiences (of Lazarus) 1855 Men & Women, i. 90 105 Karshook's Wisdom : see Ben

1856 Keepsake,

16 10 “Kentish Sir Byng” (Cavalier Tunes, II) 1842 Bells & Pom., III. 7' The King : “A King lived long agomade,

later, Pippa's song in (7) Pippa Passes,”
III. i; Works, 1863, iii. 49

1835 Monthly Repos., ix. 707 8 KING VICTOR AND KING CHARLES

1842 Bells & Pom., II. L 153 LA SAISIAZ [& 154] The Two POETS OF CROISIC 1878 26 The Laboratory (Ancien Régime)

1844 Hood's Mag., i. 513 77 The Last Ride together

1855 Men d Women, i. 184 64 (Lazarus after his Resurrection : see Epistle' or ' Karshish ')

1855 Men d Women, i. 90 75 Life in a Love

1855 Men & Women, i. 175 72 A Light Woman

1855 Men & Women, i. 151 120 A Likeness

1864 Dram. Pers., 165 2 “Lost, lost! yet come,” is Song 1 in (2) “Para

celsus,” II, 297-339; Works, 1863, iii. 42. 38 The Lost Leader

1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 8 39 The Lost Mistress

1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 8 55 Love among the Ruins

1855 Men & Women, i. 1 74 Love in a Life

1855 Men & Women, i. 173 56 A Lovers' Quarrel

1855 Men & Women, i. 17 51 LURIA ...

1845 Bells d Pom., VIII. 1 M 4, 3 Madhouse Cells (1. Johannes Agricola ; 2. Por

phyria's Lover, q. v. Bells, 1842). 143 Magical Nature

1876 Pacchiarotto, 90 9 “Marching Along" (Cavalier Tunes, I) 1842 Bells & Pom., III. 156 Martin Relph ...

1879 Dram. Idyls, I. 1 79 Master Hugues of Saxe-Gotha

1855 Men & Women, i. 194 106 May and Death

1857 Keepsake,

164 46 Meeting at Night (1863: in 1845, “Night”) 1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 20 81 Memorabilia (on seeing Shelley)

1855 Men & Women, i. 259 MEN AND WOMEN: Nos. 55 to 104

1855 65 Mesmerism

1855 Men & Women, i. 107 104 Misconceptions

1855 Men & Women, ii. 227 121 M[iste]r Sludge the Medium

1864 Dram. Pers., 171 47 Morning (: in 1863, “Parting at Morning") 1845 Bells d Pom., VII. 20

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No.
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Pige. 165 Muléykeh

1880 Dram. Idyls, II, 43 12 My last Duchess-Ferrara (before, Italy and France. I. Italy) ...

1842 Bells & Pom., III. 67 My Star

1855 Men & Women, i. 122 11 My Wife Gertrude (Cavalier Tunes, III : later, “Boot and Saddle")

1842 Bells & Pom., III. N Nationality in Drinks : see (27) Claret, (28) To

kay, (41) 'Here's to Nelson's Memory.' 142 Natural Magic

1876 Pacchiarotto, 115 Natural Theology in the Island ; Caliban on Setebos, or,

1864 Dram. Pers., 123 45 “Nay but you who do not love her :” Song 1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 19 161 Ned Bratts

1879 Dram. Idyls, I. 107 46, 47 Night and Morning. I. Night (in 1863,

Meeting at Night”); II. Morning (in 1863, “Parting at Morning”)

1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 20 42 “Nobly [nobly 1863] Cape St. Vincent” (Home

Thoughts from Abroad, III ; later, II) 1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 8 145 Numpholeptos

1876 Pacchiarotto, 95 o 135 Of Pacchiarotto, and how he worked in Distemper 1876 155 “Oh Love, Love”: 2 stanzas of Euripides' Hippolytus englisht

1879 Mahaffy's Euripid., 116 40 “Oh to be in England” (Home-Thoughts from Abroad, I)

1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 8 87 Old Pictures in Florence

1855 Men & Women, ii. 30 100 One Way of Love (cald ‘Song' in Selections, 1865, p. 87)

1855 Men & Women, ii. 218 104 One Word more (to E. B. B.)

1855 Men & Women, ii. 229 124 Orpheus and Eurydice (Lines for Leighton's pic.

ture thus cald) : after, 'Eurydice to Orpheus' 1864 R. Academy Catal., 13 2' “Over the sea our galleys went” is the 3rd

Song in (2) “Paracelsus,” Part IV. 451-523 ;

Works, 1863, iii. 110-113.
7' "Overhead the tree-tops meet” is Song 4 in
Pippa Passes,” IV; Works, 1863, iii. 62.

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PACCHIAROTTO, AND HOW HE WORKED IN
DISTEMPER : Nos. 134-151 (see Of)

1876 168 Pan and Luna

1880 Dram. Idyls, II. 137 2 PARACELSUS

1835 47 Parting at Morning, 1863 (in 1845,

" Morning,” II of “Night and Morning”)

1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 20 78 The Patriot

1855 Men & Women, i. 191 1 PAULINE

1833 157 Pheidippides

1879 Dram. Idyls, I. 27 35 Pictor Ignotus. Florence, 15

1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 4 22 The Pied Piper of Hamelin

1842 Bells & Pom., III.

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No. 166 Pietro of Abano

7 PIPPA PASSES 40-1 Pisgah Sights, 1, 2 153' Pisgah-Sights, 3, in Selections, 1880, p. 350, is

“Good to forgive,' the Proem to ‘La Saisiaz.' POEMS: Nos. 2 to 50 (less some : sec p. 79) POETICAL WORKS, 1863, 3 vols. (see p. 57-9)

POETICAL WORKS, 1868, 6 vols. (see p. 62-4) 151 “The poets pour us wine.” Epilogue

96 Popularity 108 Pornic: Gold Hair, a Legend of,

3 Porphyria (later, “Porphyria's Lover”) 69 A Pretty Woman 129 PRINCE HOHENSTIEL - SCHWANGAU. Saviour

of Society 134 Prologue to “Pacchiarotto,” &c., calld “A

Wall” in 'Selections,' 1880 162 Proem to “Dramatic Idyls.” Second Series,

You are sick' 118 Prospice 91 Protus

1876 Pacchiarotto, 223 1855 Men & Women, ii. 193 1864 Dram. Pers., 27 1836 Monthly Reposit., x. 33 1855 Men & Women, i. 128

1871

1876

1880
1864 Dram. Pers., 149
1855 Men & Women, ii. 154

Q 19-20 Queen-Worship. I. Rudel ; II, Cristina

1842 Bells d Pom., III.

R 113 Rabbi ben-Ezra

1864 Dram. Pers., 77 131 RED COTTON NIGHT-CAP COUNTRY, or Turf and Towers

1873 71 Respectability

1855 Men & Women, i. 149 23 THE RETURN OF THE DRUSES

1843 Bells & Pom., IV. 126 THE RING AND THE Book, 4 vols : i & ii in 1868; iii & iv in 1869

1868 19 Rudel &? [' to, in 1849] the Lady of Tripoli 1842 Bells & Pom., III.

S 114 (St. John's Death in the Desert : see 'A Death.") 147 St. Martin's Summer

1876 Pacchiarotto, 108 153 LA SAISIAZ [& 154] THE Two POETS OF CROISIC 1878 48a Saul, Part I, § 1-9

1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 21 485 Part II, § 10-19 (with Part I)

1855 Men & Women, ii. 111 * Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert

Browning [by J. Forster and B. W. Procter] 1863 * A Selection from the Works of Robert Browning

1865 * Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert Browning [First Series]

1872 * Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert Browning [Second Series]

1880 66 A Serenade at the Villa

1855 Men & Women, i. 117 * For the Contents of these Selections, see Appendix, pp. 73-80, below.

No.

Title.

Date. Book.

Page.
(Shakspere : see 'At the Mermaid,' 'House,'

st. 10 ; Sludge.)
(Shelley: see Pauline, Sordello, Introductory

Essay, Memorabilia, Cenciaja.)
138 Shop

1876 Pacchiarotto, 64
30 Sibrandus Schafnaburgensis (Garden-Fancies, 2) 1844 Hood's Mag., ü. 46
121 Sludge, Mr., the Medium

1864 Dram. Pers., 171
15 Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister (before, Camp
and Cloister, II) ...

1842 Bells & Pom., III.
45 Song : “Nay but you who do not love her” 1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 19
100 Song. (“One Way of Love,” Men & Women,

ii. 213, is cald 'Song' in Selections, 1865,

p. 87.)

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1840
52 A SOUL'S TRAGEDY

1845 Bells de Pom., VIII. 23
73 The Statue and the Bust

1855 Men & Women, i. 156
5 STRAFFORD

1837
T
21 Through the Metidja to Abd-el-Kadr

1842 Bells & Pom., III.
2' “Thus the Mayne glideth” is the 4th Song in

(2) “Paracelsus,” Part V. 419-447 ; vol. iii.

p. 135-6, Works, 1863.
49 Time's Revenges

1845 Bells & Pom., VII. 22
61 A Toccata of Galuppi's

1855 Men & Women, i. 56
28 Tokay (Claret and Tokay, II ; after, Nation-
ality in Drinks, II)

1844 Hood's Mag., i. 525
32 The Tomb at St. Praxed's (Rome, 15–); after,

“The Bishop orders his Tomb at St. Praxed's 1845 Hood's Mag., iii. 237
111 Too Late

1864 Dram. Pers., 57
169 «Touch him ne'er so lightly”

1880 Dram. Idyls, II.

149
102 Transcendentalism

1855 Men & Women, ii. 223
160 Tray

1879 Dram. Idyls, 101
95 The Twins

1855 Men & Women, ii. 190
98 Two in the Campagna

1855 Men d Women, ii. 205
154 THE Two POETS OF CROISIC

1878 La Saisiaz,

87
V
58 Up at a Villa—Down in the City

1855 Men & Women, i.
W
134 A Wall (is the Prologue to “Pacchiarotto,” &c.) 1876
18 Waring

1842 Bells & Pom., III.
59 A Woman's last Word

1855 Men & Women, i. 31
90 Women and Roses

1855 Men & Women, ii. 150
109 The Worst of it

1864 Dram, Pers., 37
Y
7' “The Year's at the spring" is Pippa's first

Song in (7) “Pippa Passes," I; Works,

1863, iii. 18.
162 “You are sick'

1880 Dram. Idyls, II. vii
1.18 Youth and Art

1864 Dram. Pers., 153

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A LIST OF

ROBERT BROWNING’S WORKS

IN THE ORDER OF THEIR PUBLICATION.

Of all living poets, we are dealing with the profoundest thinker."

1868. Jn. T. Nettleship. Introd. to Essays on Robert Browning's Poetry, p. 11.

[Browning was born at Camberwell on May 7, 1812, went to the Rev. Thos. Ready's

school at Peckham till he was near 14, then had a private tutor at home, and attended some lectures at the London University, now University College, London.]

verse.

1833. PAULINE; a Fragment of a Confession. 1

Plus ne suis ce que j'ai été,

Et ne le sçaurois jamais être.—MAROT.
London : Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street. 1833. p. 1-71.
Poem dated, at end, p. 71, Richmond, October 22, 1832.'
Extract from H. Cor. Agrippa, De Occult. Phil. given as
Forewords, dated London, January, 1833. V. A. XX. Blank

1030 lines. (See note 1, p. 40-1, below.) Reprinted for the first time in vol. i. of the 6-vol. edition of the Poetical Works, 1868, with the following Forewords :

“The poems that follow are printed (more or less) in the order of their publication. The first piece in the series [Pauline] I acknowledge and retain with extreme repugnance, indeed purely of necessity; for not long ago I inspected one, and am certified of the existence of other transcripts, intended sooner or later to be published abroad : by forestalling these, I can at least correct some misprints (no syllable is changed) and introduce a boyish work by an exculpatory word. The thing was my earliest attempt at poetry always dramatic in principle, and so many utterances of so many imaginary persons, not mine,' which I have since written according to a scheme less extravagant, and scale less impracticable, than were ventured upon in this crude preliminary sketch—a sketch that, on reviewal, appears not altogether wide of some hint of the characteristic features of that particular dramatis persona it would fain have reproduced : good draughtmanship, however, and right handling were far beyond the artist at that time.

R. B.
London, December 25, 1867.'

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