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“I stood tip-toe upon a little hill”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
I wish I was where Anna Lies (1815) [Gifford]
Icelandic Poetry, or The Edda of Sæmund (1797) [Cottle]
“Die Ideale”, Die Horen (1795) [Schiller]
The Poetical Works of Mr. Samuel Daniel, Author of the English History (1718) [Daniel]
Ideas and Realities; or, Thoughts on Various Subjects (1827) [Danby]
The Identity of Junius with a Distinguished Living Character established (1816) [Taylor]
“The Idiot Boy”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
The Idler in France (1841) [Blessington]
The Idler in Italy (1839) [Blessington]
Idols of Society: or, Gentility and Femininity (1874) [Griffin]
Une idylle tragique. (Mœurs cosmopolites) (1896) [Bourget]
Idyllia nova quinque heroum atque heroidum, &c. (1815) [Landor]
Idyllia heroica decem, librum Phaleuciorum unum partim jam primo, partim iterum atq. tertio (1820) [Landor]
Idylls of the King (1859) [Tennyson]
“Idyls”, Hellenics; comprising Heroic Idyls, etc. (1809) [Landor]
“Ignatius Loyola”, The Foreign Review (1830) [Southey]
Il pastor fido; tragicomedia pastorale (1590) [Guarini]
“Il Penseroso”, Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and Latin (1645) [Milton]
Il Morgante (1483) [Pulci]
Ilderim: a Syrian Tale: in Four Cantos (1816) [Knight]
The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer (1791) [Cowper]
The Iliad (800 BC c.) [Homer]
The Iliad of Homer, translated by James Macpherson (1773) [Macpherson]
The Iliad of Homer (1809) [Morres]
The Iliad of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope (1715-1720) [Pope]
The Iliad of Homer (1831) [Sotheby]
Illusion, or, the Trances of Nourjahad, an Oriental Romance in Three Acts (1813) [Sheridan]
Illustrations of the Anglo-French Coinage: taken from the Cabinet of a fellow of the Antiquarian Societies of London, and Scotland; of the Royal Societies of France, Normandy, and many others, British as well as Foreign (1830) [Ainslie]
Illustrations of the Passes of the Alps by which Italy communicates with France, Switzerland, and Germany (1828-1829) [Brockendon]
Illustrations of Shakespeare, and of Ancient Manners: with Dissertations on the Clowns and Fools of Shakespeare; on the Collection of Popular Tales entitled Gesta Romanorum; and on the English Morris Dance (1807) [Douce]
Finden's Illustrations of the Life and Works of Lord Byron (1833-1834) [Finden]
Illustrations of the Truth of the Christian Religion (1802) [Maltby]
Illustrations of Political Economy (1832-1834) [Martineau]
Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century. Consisting of Authentic Memoirs and Original Letters of Eminent Persons; and intended as a Sequel to the Literary Anecdotes (1817-1858) [Nichols]
Illustrations, Historical and Critical, of the Life of Lorenzo de' Medici, called the Magnificent (1822) [Roscoe]
Illustrations of the Divine Government, tending to show that everything is under the Direction of infinite Wisdom and Goodness (1816) [Smith]
Illustrations of Human Life (1837) [Ward]
Illustrations of Northern Antiquities, from the earlier Teutonic and Scandinavian Romances; being an Abstract of the Book of Heroes, and Nibelungen Lay (1814) [Weber]
“The Illustrious Defunct”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1825) [Lamb]
The Image of God in Man. Four Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge (1841) [Harness]
Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen (1824-1829) [Landor]
Imagination and Fancy: or, Selections from the English Poets, illustrative of those First Requisites of their Art; with Markings of the best Passages, Critical Notices of the Writers, and an Essay in answer to the Question, What is Poetry? (1844) [Hunt]
Imagination; a Poem, in Two Parts. With other Poems (1841) [Poulter]
“Imitation of Spenser”, Poems (1817) [Keats]
Imitations and Translations from the ancient and modern Classics, together with Original Poems never before published (1809) [Hobhouse]
Imogen: a Pastoral Romance. In Two Volumes. From the Ancient British (1784) [Godwin]
An Impartial History of the Naval, Military and Political Events in Europe, from the commencement of the French Revolution to the present time ([1815]) [Clarke]
“Imperfect Dramatic Illusion”, London Magazine (August 1825) [Lamb]
“Impromptu, in Reply to a Friend”, Childe Harold (1812-1818) [Byron]
“Impromptu. On the Duke of Gloucester's Visit to Plymouth, and his descent in a Diving Machine”, Literary Gazette (1 November 1817) [Freeling]
“Impromptu”, Literary Gazette (13 September 1817) [Jerdan]
“Impromptu: The Painter's Defence”, Literary Gazette (17 April 1819) [Jerdan]
“Impromptu: on Mrs. Hemans' Poem, “To the Ivy””, The Literary Gazette (30 June 1821) [Macken]
“Improved Version of the New Testament”, Quarterly Review (May 1809) [D'Oyly]
The Improvisatrice; and other Poems (1824) [Landon]
“In the Album of Mrs. Jane Towers”, Album Verses, with a few others (1830) [Lamb]
In Memoriam (1850) [Tennyson]
“Ina, a Tragedy in Five Acts”, Tales (1815) [Brand]
Inaugural Dissertation on the Physiology of Digestion, etc. (1837) [Kinglake]
“The Inchcape Rock”, Morning Post (October 1803) [Southey]
“Inchiquen's Favourable View of the United States”, Quarterly Review (January 1814) [Barrow]
Inchiquin, the Jesuit's Letters, during a late Residence in the United States of America: being a Fragment of a Private Correspondence, accidentally discovered in Europe; containing a favourable View of the Manners, Literature, and State of Society, of the United States, and a Refutation of many of the Aspersions cast upon this Country, by former Residents and Tourists (1810) [Ingersoll]
“The Incognito; or, Count Fitz-Hum”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (August 1824) [De Quincey]
An Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words made use of by Shakspeare: calculated to point out the different Meanings to which the Words are applied (1790) [Ayscough]
“The Indian Queen”, Four New Plays, viz: The Surprisal, Committee, Comedies. The Indian-Queen, Vestal-Virgin, Tragedies (1665) [Howard]
Indian Antiquities: or Dissertations relative to the ancient geographical Divisions, the pure System of primeval Theology, the grand Code of Civil Laws, the original Form of Government, and the various and profound Literature, of Hindostan (1793-1806) [Maurice]
“Indian Missions”, Edinburgh Review (April 1808) [Smith]
“The Indian Circean”, Literary Gazette (20 June 1818) [Croly]
The Indicator (1820-1821) [Hunt]
Inesilla, or the Tempter: a Romance with other Tales (1824) [Ollier]
Inez, a Tragedy (1796) [Symmons]
The Infant's Friend (1797) [Fenn]
The Inferno of Dante Alighieri (1805-1806) [Cary]
“The Inferno”, The Divine Comedy (1320 c.) [Dante]
The Inferno of Dante Alighieri, translated into English Blank-verse, with Notes (1807) [Howard]
Inferno: a Translation from Dante Alighieri, into English Blank Verse (1812) [Hume]
“The Inferno of Altisdora”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1809) [Scott]
Influence de l'habitude sur la faculté de penser (1803) [Maine]
De l'influence des passions sur le bonheur des individus et des nations (1796) [Stael]
L'Ingenu, or the Sincere Huron (1767) [Voltaire]
The Ingoldsby Legends or, Mirth and Marvels (1840-1847) [Barham]
“Ingram on Methodism”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Smith]
The Inheritance (1824) [Ferrier]
Inkle and Yarico: an Opera, in Three Acts (1787) [Colman]
The Inn-keeper's Album (1823) [Deacon]
An Inquiry into the Colonial Policy of the European Powers (1803) [Brougham]
An Inquiry into the Plans, Progress, and Policy of the American Mining Companies (1825) [Disraeli]
An Inquiry into the Literary and Political Character of James the First (1816) [D'Israeli]
An Inquiry concerning the Author of the Letters of Junius: with reference to the Memoirs by a celebrated Literary and Political Character (1814) [Duppa]
An Inquiry into the Nature of Subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles ([1789]) [Dyer]
The Grounds and Occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy and Religion enquired into: in a Letter written to R. L. (1670) [Eachard]
An Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Public Wealth and into the Means and Causes of its Increase (1804) [Maitland]
An Inquiry into the Authenticity of certain Miscellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments, published Dec. 24, MDCCXCV. and attributed to Shakspeare, Queen Elizabeth, and Henry, Earl of Southampton (1796) [Malone]
An Inquiry into the Nature and Progress of Rent and the Principles by which it is regulated (1815) [Malthus]
An Inquiry into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense (1765) [Reid]
An Inquiry into the Causes of the Insurrection of the Negroes in the Island of St. Domingo. To which are added, Observations of M. Garran-Coulon on the same Subject, read in his Absence by M. Guadet, before the National Assembly, 29th Feb. 1792 (1792) [Roscoe]
An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (1776) [Smith]
“Inquiry into the Poor Laws, &c.”, Quarterly Review (December 1812) [Southey]
“Inquiry into the Copyright Act”, Quarterly Review (January 1819) [Southey]
An Inquiry into the Original State and Formation of the Earth: deduced from Facts and the Laws of Nature (1778) [Whitehurst]
“Insanity”, Quarterly Review (March 1830) [Gooch]
“Inscription for a Temple dedicated to the Graces”, Italy, a Poem (1828) [Rogers]
“Inscription for the Apartment in Chepstow Castle, where Henry Martin, the Regicide, was imprisoned thirty years”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
Inscriptiones commentariis svbiectis (1783) [Morcelli]
Insect Architecture (1830) [Rennie]
Insect Miscellanies (1830) [Rennie]
Insect Transformations (1830) [Rennie]
An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books. In the Order of Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions of that Law (1773) [Erskine]
The Institute (1811) [Pringle]
Institutes of Hindu Law, or, the Ordinances of Menu: according to the Gloss of Cullúca: comprising the Indian System of Duties, Religious and Civil (1796) [Jones]
Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion: to which is prefixed, an Essay on the best Method of communicating Religious Knowledge to the Members of Christian Societies (1782) [Priestley]
Institutiones historiae ecclesiae (1777-1783) [Venema]
The Institutions of the Law of Scotland, deduced from its Originals, and collated with the Civil, Canon, and Feudal-Laws; and with the Customs of neighbouring Nations (1681) [Dalrymple]
“The Insurrection of the Papers. A Dream”, Morning Chronicle (23 April 1812) [Moore]
An Intercepted Letter from J— T—, Esq., Writer at Canton, to his Friend in Dublin, Ireland (1805) [Croker]
Intercepted Letters: or, the Two Penny Post-bag. To which are added, Trifles reprinted (1813) [Moore]
L'Interdiction; suivie de La Messe de l'athée (1836) [Balzac]
Interesting Facts relating to the Fall and Death of Joachim Murat, King of Naples: the Capitulation of Paris in 1815; and the second Restoration of the Bourbons: original Letters from King Joachim to the Author, with some Account of the Author, and of his persecution by the French Government (1817) [Maceroni]
“Internal Policy”, Quarterly Review (January 1830) [Miller]
“Introduction to the Tale of the Dark Ladie”, The Morning Post (21 December 1799) [Coleridge]
Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries (1837-1839) [Hallam]
An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures (1818) [Horne]
An Introduction to Arithmetic and Algebra (1796-1798) [Manning]
Introductions to the Study of the Greek Classic Poets. Designed principally for the Use of Young Persons at School and College (1830) [Coleridge]
“Introductory Remarks on Popular Poetry”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border (1830) [Scott]
The Invariable Principles of Poetry, in a Letter addressed to Thomas Campbell, Esq.; occasioned by some Critical Observations in his Specimens of British Poets, particularly relating to the poetical Character of Pope (1819) [Bowles]
“Invocation to Misery”, Athenaeum (8 September 1832) [Shelley]
“Invocation, written in the Neighbourhood of Abbotsford”, New Monthly Magazine (October 1832) [Smith]
Ion; a Tragedy in 5 Acts (1836) [Talfourd]
Ionian Antiquities published with permission of the Society of Dilettanti (1769) [Chandler]
Ionicae: a Poem descriptive of the Ionian Islands and part of the adjacent Coast of Greece (1809) [Wright]
Iphigenia in Tauris (414 BC c.) [Euripides]
Iphigénie. Tragédie (1675) [Racine]
Ireland in 1834: a Journey throughout Ireland during the Spring, Summer, and Autumn of 1834 (1835) [Inglis]
Ireland and its Rulers; since 1829 (1844-1845) [Madden]
“Ireland”, Quarterly Review (January 1844) [Senior]
“Ireland”, Edinburgh Review (November 1820) [Smith]
The Irish Avatar (1821) [Byron]
“The Irish Harper's Lament”, Pleasures of Hope, with other Poems (1800) [Campbell]
A Selection of Irish Melodies (1808) [Moore]
“Irish Lords Lieutenant”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1829) [Morgan]
“Irish Melodies, by Thomas Moore, Esq.”, Quarterly Review (October 1822) [Taylor]
“Sketches of the Irish bar (No. XI): an Irish Circuit”, New Monthly Magazine (November-December 1825) [Curran]
The Iron cousin; or, Mutual Influence (1854) [Clarke]
The Iron Chest: a Play; in Three Acts (1796) [Colman]
Irregular Ode intended for Music on the Installation of the Duke of Gloucester (1811) [Wright]
“Isaac Comnenus”, Quarterly Review (October 1828) [Southey]
Isaac Comnenus: a Play (1827) [Taylor]
Isabel, a Tale (1810) [Lloyd]
Isabella: or, the Fatal Marriage; a Play (1757) [Garrick]
“Isabella: or, The Pot of Basil”, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
The Island, or, Christian and his Comrades (1823) [Byron]
“The Isle of Founts, an Indian Tradition”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1823) [Hemans]
The Isle of Palms, and other Poems (1812) [Wilson]
“Isles of Greece”, Don Juan (1821) [Byron]
Ismael; an Oriental Tale. With other Poems. Written between the Age of thirteen and Fifteen (1820) [Lytton]
“[Ismael Fitzadam]”, Literary Gazette (28 June 1823) [Landon]
Isn't it Odd?. By Marmaduke Merrywhistle (1822) [Dibdin]
L'istoria di Verona del sig. Girolamo dalla Corte gentil'huomo veronese (1592-1594) [Corte]
“Italian Poets (No. I): Michel Angelo”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1822) [Foscolo]
“Italian Poets (No. II): Frederick the Second, and Pietro delle Vigne”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1822) [Foscolo]
“Italian poets (No. III, concl.): Guido Cavalcanti”, New Monthly Magazine (July 1822) [Foscolo]
Italian Letters: or, the History of the Count de St. Julian (1784) [Godwin]
The Italian, or the Confessional of the Black Penitents. A Romance (1797) [Radcliffe]
The Italians, or, the Fatal Accusation: a Tragedy, with a Preface; containing the Correspondence with the Committee of Drury Lane Theatre; P. Moore; and Mr. Kean (1819) [Bucke]
Italy: with Sketches of Spain and Portugal (1834) [Beckford]
Italy (1821) [Morgan]
Italy: a Poem, in Six Parts: with historical and classical Notes (1838) [Reade]
Italy, a Poem (1823-1828) [Rogers]
Italy and the Italians in the Nineteenth Century: a View of the Civil, Political and Moral State of that Country: with a Sketch of the History of Italy under the French; and a Treatise on Modern Italian Literature (1824) [Vieusseux]
An Itinerary of Provence and the Rhone, made during the year 1819. With Etchings by the Author (1822) [Hughes]
The Itinerary of John Leland the Antiquary (1710-1712) [Leland]
An Illustrated Itinerary of the County of Lancaster (1842) [Redding]
Ivan Vejeeghen; or, Life in Russia, etc. (1831) [Bulgarin]
Ivan, a Tragedy, in Five Acts, altered and adapted for Representation (1816) [Sotheby]
Ivanhoe: a Romance (1820) [Scott]
“Izarn, Lithologie Atmosphérique”, Edinburgh Review (January 1804) [Brougham]