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The Padlock: a Comic Opera (1768) [Bickerstaff]
Paganism and Christianity compared: in a Course of Lectures to the King's Scholars at Westminster, in the Years 1806-7-8 (1796) [Ireland]
“The Pains of Sleep”, Christabel; Kubla Khan, a Vision; The Pains of Sleep (1816) [Coleridge]
The Pains of Memory. A Poem (1796) [Merry]
The Painter of Ghent: a Play in One Act ([1836?]) [Jerrold]
The Painter and Varnisher's Guide; or, a Treatise, both in Theory and Practice, on the Art of making and applying Varnishes, on the different kinds of Painting; and on the Method of preparing Colours both Simple and Compound (1804) [Tingry]
“The Palace of Art”, Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
Palaeoromaica, or, Historical and Philological Disquisitions: inquiring whether Hellenistic Style is not Latin-Greek?: whether the many New Words in the Elzevir Greek Testament are not formed from the Latin?: and whether the Hypothsesis that the Greek Text of many Manuscripts of the New Testament is a Translation or a Re-translation from the Latin, seems not to elucidate numerous Passages, to account for the different Recensions, and to explain many Phenomena hitherto inexplicable to Biblical Critics? (1822) [Black]
“Palamon and Arcite”, Fables Ancient and Modern; translated into Verse (1700) [Dryden]
Palestine, a Prize Poem, recited in the Theatre, Oxford, June 15, 1803 (1803) [Heber]
Palestine: the Bible History of the Holy Land (1841) [Kitto]
“Paley's Sermons, and Memoirs”, Quarterly Review (August 1809) [D'Oyly]
The Palfrey: a Love-story of Old Times (1842) [Hunt]
The Palice of Honour (1501 c.) [Douglas]
“Pallas's Travels”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
Le premier livre du preux, vaillant et tres victorieux chevalier Palmerin d'Angleterre, filz du roy Dom Edoard (1552) [Morae]
Palmerin of England (1807) [Southey]
Palmyra, and other Poems (1806) [Peacock]
Pamela: or, Virtue rewarded. In a Series of Familiar Letters from a beautiful young Damsel, to her Parents (1741) [Richardson]
“Pamphlets on West Indian Affairs”, Edinburgh Review (January 1809) [Brougham]
“Pamphlets on the Catholic Question”, Edinburgh Review (October 1807) [Jeffrey]
“Pamphlets on West India Affairs”, Quarterly Review (August 1809) [Ellis]
Pan his Syrinx, or Pipe, compact of Seuen Reedes: including in one, Seuen Tragical and Comicall Arguments, with their Diuers Notes not impertinent ([1584]) [Warner]
Pandurang Hàrì, or Memoirs of a Hindoo (1826) [Hockley]
The Pantheon; or, Ancient History of the Gods of Greece and Rome. Intended to facilitate the understanding of the Classical Authors, and of the Poets in general (1806) [Godwin]
The Pantheon, representing the fabulous Histories of the heathen Gods and most illustrious Heroes (1698) [Tooke]
Papers on Toleration (1810) [Wyvill]
The Parable of the Pilgrim: written to a Friend (1665) [Patrick]
“Paradise and the Peri”, Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance (1817) [Moore]
“Paradise of Coquettes”, Quarterly Review (October 1814) [Palgrave]
The Paradise of Taste (1796) [Thomson]
Paradise Lost. A Poem written in Ten Books (1667) [Milton]
Paradise Regained. A Poem written in Four Books (1671) [Milton]
The Paradise of Coquettes: a Poem in Nine Parts (1814) [Browne]
“The Paradiso”, The Divine Comedy (1320 c.) [Dante]
Le Paradoxe sur le comédien (1830) [Diderot]
“Paragraph Bibles”, Edinburgh Review (October 1855) [Harness]
A Paraphrase with Notes on the Epistle to the Romans: To which is prefix'd a Key to the Apostolic Writings, or an Essay to explain the Gospel Scheme, and the Principal Words and Phrases the Apostles have used in describing it (1745) [Taylor]
The Parent's Assistant: or, Stories for Children (1796) [Edgeworth]
“Parenthetical Address, by Dr. Plagiary”, Morning Chronicle (23 October 1812) [Byron]
Paris and its Historical Scenes (1831) [Craik]
Paris in 1815. A Poem (1817) [Croly]
Paris in 1815. Second Part: with other Poems (1821) [Croly]
Paris Revisited, in 1815, by Way of Brussels: including a Walk over the Field of Battle at Waterloo (1816) [Scott]
The Paris Spectator; or, L'hermite de la Chaussée-d'Antin. Containing Observations upon Parisian Manners and Customs at the Commencement of the Nineteenth Century (1815) [Jerdan]
“The Parish Register”, Poems (1807) [Crabbe]
“Parisina: a Poem”, The Siege of Corinth, a Poem; Parisina: a Poem (1816) [Byron]
Parismus, the renoumed prince of Bohemia (1598) [Ford]
“Park's Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa”, Quarterly Review (April 1815) [Barrow]
“Park's Last Journey and Life”, Edinburgh Review (February 1815) [Brougham]
“Parliamentary reform”, Edinburgh Review (February 1811) [Brougham]
The Parliamentary Representation of Cornwall to 1832 (1889) [Courtney]
“Parliamentary Reform”, Edinburgh Review (July 1809) [Jeffrey]
“Parliamentary Reform”, Quarterly Review (October 1816) [Southey]
Parnaso Italiano (1784-1791) [Rubbi]
“Parnell's History of Irish Popery Laws”, Edinburgh Review (October 1808) [Smith]
“Parody on a Sonnet to Lord Byron”, The Sun (27 October 1815) [Jerdan]
The Parole of Honour: a Drama in Two Acts (1837) [Serle]
“Paroles d'un Croyant”, Quarterly Review (November 1834) [Croker]
Paroles d’un Croyant (1834) [Lamennais]
“Parr in his Latter Years”, New Monthly Magazine (May-June 1826) [Redding]
Democracy and Liberty (1699-1701) [Le Clerc]
Parriana, or, Notices of the Rev. Samuel Parr, LL. D (1828-1829) [Barker]
“Parriana”, New Monthly Magazine (November, December 1826) [Marsh]
“The Parrot”, The Pilgrim of Glencoe: and other Poems (1842) [Campbell]
“Part of the Epicedium of Regner Lodbrog, translated”, Poems, chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall (1792) [Polwhele]
Partenopex de Blois: a Romance in four cantos. Freely translated from the French of M. Le Grand (1807) [Rose]
“The Parthenon. On the Dilapidation of the Temple of Minerva at Athens”, Horace in London: consisting of Imitations of the first two Books of Horace (1813) [Smith]
Passages from the Diary of a late Physician (1832) [Warren]
“The Passions. An Ode for Music”, Odes on Several Descriptive and Allegorical Subjects (1747) [Collins]
Past and Present (1843) [Carlyle]
The Pastor's Fireside, a Novel (1817) [Porter]
The Pastoral, or Lyric Muse of Scotland; in Three Cantos (1808) [Macneil]
“A Pastoral Ballad, in Four Parts”, A Collection of Poems in four Volumes. By Several Hands (1755) [Shenstone]
“Pastorals”, Poetical Miscellanies: the Sixth Part (1709) [Pope]
Patriotic Sketches of Ireland: written in Connaught (1807) [Morgan]
“The Patron”, Tales (1812) [Crabbe]
Patronage (1814) [Edgeworth]
Paul & Virginia: a Musical Drama in Two Acts (1800) [Cobb]
Paul Jones: a Romance (1826) [Cunningham]
Paul Clifford (1830) [Lytton]
Paul Pry; a Comedy, in Three Acts (1825) [Poole]
Paul et Virginie (1789) [Saint-Pierre]
“Paul Clifford”, Literary Gazette (1 May 1830) [Landon]
Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk (1816) [Scott]
“Pauline”, Zulma, et trois nouvelles: précédé d'un essai sur les fictions (1813) [Stael]
“Paulo Purgante and his Wife: an Honest, but a Simple Pair”, Poems on Several Occasions (1709) [Prior]
“The Pauper's Funeral”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
“Pauperism and Education”, The Quarterly Journal of Education (January 1833) [Knight]
“The Pawnbroker's Daughter”, Eliana: being the hitherto uncollected Writings of Charles Lamb (1864) [Lamb]
Peace and Union recommended to the Associated Bodies of Republicans and Anti-Republicans (1793) [Friend]
Peeping Tom of Coventry: a Comic Opera (1785) [O'Keeffe]
The Peer's Daughters: a Novel (1849) [Lytton]
A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (1826-) [Burke]
The Peerage of Scotland: containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, from their Origin to the Present Generation (1764) [Douglas]
The Peerage of the British Empire as at present existing: arranged and printed from the Personal Communications of the Nobility: to which is added a View of the Baronetage of the three Kingdoms (1832) [Lodge]
“Pelham, or the Adventures of a Gentleman”, Literary Gazette (7 June 1828) [Jerdan]
Pelham: or the Adventures of a Gentleman (1828) [Lytton]
Pen and Pencil (1858) [Balmanno]
Pen Owen (1822) [Hook]
Pencillings by the Way (1834) [Willis]
“The Penenden Heath Meeting”, New Monthly Magazine (November 1828) [Sheil]
Pensées de Pascal sur la religion, et sur quelques autres sujets, qui ont esté trouvées après sa mort parmy ses papiers (1670) [Pascal]
Pensées diverse sur la comète (1682-1683) [Bayle]
The People (1846) [Michelet]
“Pepys's Memoirs”, Quarterly Review (March 1826) [Scott]
Percival, or, Nature vindicated: a Novel (1801) [Dallas]
The Percy Anecdotes. Original and Select. By Sholto and Reuben Percy, Brothers of the Benedictine monastery, Mont Benger (1820-23) [Buxton]
“Percy Bysshe Shelley”, A Gallery of Literary Portraits (1845) [Gilfillan]
“Percy Bysshe Shelley at Oxford”, New Monthly Magazine (Jan-Oct 1832) [Hogg]
Percy Hamilton; or, the Adventures of a Westminster Boy (1851) [Lennox]
Percy Mallory (1824) [Hook]
Le père Goriot (1834) [Balzac]
Pericles, Prince of Tyre (1609) [Shakespeare]
Periegesis Hellados (160 c.) [Pausanias]
“The Periodical Press”, Edinburgh Review (May 1823) [Hazlitt]
“Periodical Accounts relative to the Baptist Missionary Society”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
The Periplus of the Erythrean Sea. Containing, an Account of the Navigation of the Ancients (1800-1805) [Vincent]
“Persecution of the Protestants of France”, Edinburgh Review (October 1821) [Allen]
“Persecutions of Jack-Edy”, “Holland-tide”: or, Munster Popular Tales (1827) [Griffin]
Persian Eclogues (1742) [Collins]
Persians (472 BC) [Aeschylus]
“Personal Recollections of Mazzini”, Fortnightly Review (May 1891) [Blind]
The Personal History of David Copperfield (1850) [Dickens]
Personal Narrative of Travels in the United States and Canada in 1826 (1827) [Fitzgerald]
Personal Memoirs; or, Reminiscences of Men and Manners at home and abroad, during the last half Century. With occasional Sketches of the Author's Life (1830) [Gordon]
“Personal Politics”, Literary Remains of the late William Hazlitt: with Notice of his Life (1836) [Hazlitt]
Personal Narrative of a Journey from India to England, by Bussorah, Bagdad, the ruins of Babylon, Curdistan, the court of Persia, the western shore of the Caspian Sea, Astrakhan, Nishney Novogorod, Moscow, and St. Petersburgh, in the Year 1824 (1827) [Keppel]
Personal Recollections of the Life and Times: with extracts from the Correspondence (1850) [Lawless]
“Personal Recollections of the late William Hazlitt”, Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine (January-March 1845) [Patmore]
“Personal Character of Lord Byron”, London Magazine (October 1824) [Southern]
A Personal Narrative of a Journey to the Source of the river Oxus: by the Route of the Indus, Kabul, and Badakhshan, performed under the sanction of the Supreme Government of India, in the Years 1836, 1837, and 1838 (1806) [Wood]
Personal Sketches of his own Times (1827-1832) [Barrington]
The Personality and Office of the Christian Comforter asserted and explained, in a Course of Sermons on John XVI. 7., preached before the University of Oxford, in the Year MDCCCXV, at the Lecture founded by the late Rev. John Bampton, M.A., Canon of Salisbury (1816) [Heber]
“Sonnet XIX. Personification”, Annual Anthology (1799) [Jennings]
“Persuasion”, Northanger Abbey: and Persuasion (1818) [Austen]
“The Pet Lamb, a Pastoral”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
Peter Schlemihl's wundersame Geschichte (1814) [Chamisso]
Peter Fin's Trip to Brighton: a Farce, in Two Acts (1822) [Jones]
“Peter Leopold and the President du Paty”, Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen (1824-1829) [Landor]
Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk (1819) [Lockhart]
Peter Bell: a Lyrical Ballad (1819) [Reynolds]
“Peter Bell the Third”, The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1839) [Shelley]
Peter Plymley's Letters (1807-1808) [Smith]
Peter Bell: a Tale in Verse (1819) [Wordsworth]
Peter's Pension: a Solemn Epistle to a Sublime Personage (1788) [Wolcot]
Petralogy. A treatise on rocks (1811) [Pinkerton]
“Petrarch”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (April 1824) [Macaulay]
Peveril of the Peak: by the Author of Waverley, Kenilworth &c. (1822) [Scott]
Phaedo (370 BC c.) [Plato]
Phaedrus (370 BC c.) [Plato]
“Phantasmagoria”, Blackwood's Magazine (May 1818) [Scott]
“Pharos Loquitur”, Kaleidoscope (2 September 1828) [Scott]
Pharsalia ( 50 AD) [Lucan]
Philaster, or Love lies a-Bleeding (1620) [Beaumont]
Philip Van Artevelde: a Dramatic Romance in two parts (1834) [Taylor]
Philippe-Auguste, poéme héroique en douze chants (1826) [Parseval]
Philippics (44 BC) [Cicero]
“Phillipps's State Trials”, Quarterly Review (October 1827) [Dodd]
Philoctetes (409 BC c.) [Sophocles]
Philological Inquiries in Three Parts (1781) [Harris]
Philosophiae moralis institutio compendiaria, ethices et jurisprudentiae naturalis elementa continens. Lib. III (1742) [Hutcheson]
Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica (1687) [Newton]
A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful (1757) [Burke]
Philosophical and Literary Essays (1792) [Gregory]
Philosophical Essays concerning Human Understanding (1748) [Hume]
Philosophical Essays (1810) [Stewart]
Le dictionaire philosophique portatif (1764) [Voltaire]
La Philosophie de l'histoire (1764) [Voltaire]
The Philosophy of Arithmetic: exhibiting a Progressive View of the Theory and Practice of Calculation, with an enlarged Table of the Products of Numbers under One Hundred (1817) [Leslie]
“Polar Ice and a North-West Passage”, Edinburgh Review (June 1818) [Leslie]
Philosophy in sport made science in earnest: being an attempt to illustrate the first Principles of Natural Philosophy by the aid of the Popular toys and Sports (1827) [Paris]
The Philosophy of Health; or an Exposition of the Physical and Mental Constitution of Man, with a View to the Promotion of Human Longevity and Happiness (1837-1838) [Smith]
The Philosophy of Manufactures: or, an Exposition of the Scientific, Moral, and Commercial Economy of the Factory System of Great Britain (1835) [Ure]
The Philosophy of Natural History (1790, 1799) [Smellie]
The Philosophy of Nature; or, the Influence of Scenery on the Mind and Heart (1813) [Bucke]
“Phrenology”, Edinburgh Review (September 1826) [Jeffrey]
“Phrenology”, New Monthly Magazine (June 1824) [Moore]
Physical Geography (1848) [Somerville]
The Physician: I. The Cholera (1832) [Conolly]
Phèdre (1677) [Racine]
The Pictorial History of England during the reign of George the Third: being a History of the People, as well as a History of the Kingdom (1841-1844) [Craik]
The Pictorial Sunday Book (1845) [Kitto]
The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakspere (1839-1843) [Knight]
The Pictorial Gallery of Arts ([1858-1860]) [Knight]
The Pictorial Museum of Animated Nature ([1844]) [Knight]
The Picture of Scotland (1827) [Chambers]
“The Picture; or, The Lover's Resolution”, Morning Post (6 September 1802) [Coleridge]
A Picture of Greece in 1825: as exhibited in the Personal Narratives of James Emerson, Count Pecchio and W. H. Humphreys; comprising a detailed Account of the Events of the late Campaign and Sketches of the principal Military, Naval and Political Chiefs (1826) [Tennent]
The Picture of Edinburgh: containing a History and Description of the City (1806) [Stark]
Pictures from Italy, and American Notes for general circulation (1859) [Dickens]
Pictures of Poetry: Historical, Biographical, and Critical (1799) [Thomson]
Pictures of the World at home and abroad (1839) [Ward]
A Picturesque Tour of Italy, from Drawings made in 1816-1817 (1820) [Hakewill]
Picturesque Excursions in Devonshire and Cornwall (1804) [Williams]
Piers Plowman (14th cent.) [Langland]
The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to come: delivered under the Similitude of a Dream (1678) [Bunyan]
The Pilgrim of Glencoe: and other Poems (1842) [Campbell]
“The Pilgrim to Compostella”, All for Love; and The Pilgrim to Compostella (1829) [Southey]
“The Pilgrims and the Peas”, The Works of Peter Pindar. With a Copious Index. To which is prefixed Some Account of his Life (1816) [Wolcot]
The Pilgrim's Progress: with a Life of John Bunyan (1830) [Southey]
The Pilgrimage ([1841]) [Egerton]
“The Pilgrimage of Living Poets to the Stream of Castaly”, The Champion (7 April 1816) [Reynolds]
“Pilgrimage to the Kirk of Shotts”, Blackwood's Magazine (September 1819) [Wilson]
The Pilgrims of the Sun; a Poem (1815) [Hogg]
The Pillars of Priestcraft and Orthodoxy Shaken (1752) [Baron]
The Pilot: a Tale of the Sea (1823) [Cooper]
Pin Money; a Novel (1831) [Gore]
Pindar in English Verse (1833) [Cary]
“The Pindarees”, Sketches in Hindoostan: with other Poems (1821) [Medwin]
“Pindaric Ode to the Treadmill”, New Times (24 October 1825) [Lamb]
The Pioneers, or, the Sources of the Susquehanna a Descriptive Tale (1823) [Cooper]
Piozziana: or, Recollections of the late Mrs. Piozzi; with Remarks (1833) [Mangin]
The Pip of Repose: or, Recollections of Eastern Travel (1849) [Fergusson]
Pipe of Tobacco (1737) [Browne]
The Pirate (1822) [Scott]
“The Pirate”, Quarterly Review (January 1822) [Senior]
“Pitcairn's Ancient Criminal Trials of Scotland”, Quarterly Review (February 1831) [Scott]
Pizarro; a Tragedy, in Five Acts (1799) [Sheridan]
“Plague, a Contagious Disease”, Quarterly Review (December 1825) [Gooch]
The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826) [Hazlitt]
Plain Sense: A Novel (1796) [Jacson]
The Plain-dealer: a Comedy (1676) [Wycherley]
A Plan, for abolishing Pluralities and Non-residence, in the Church of England, by increasing the Value of Poor Livings, without Spoliation: in a Letter to Lord Henley, with a Postscript to the Church Reformation Society, and the Draft of an Act of Parliament (1833) [Townsend]
The Planter's Guide, or, a Practical Essay on the best Method of giving immediate Effect to Wood by the removal of large Trees and Underwood: being an Attempt to place the Art, and that of general Arboriculture, on phytological and fixed Principles (1828) [Steuart]
The Plays and Poems of William Shakespeare: with the Corrections and illustrations of various Commentators: comprehending a Life of the Poet, and an enlarged History of the Stage (1821) [Boswell]
The Plays of Philip Massinger (1805) [Gifford]
The Plays and Poems of William Shakespeare, in Ten Volumes; collated verbatim with the most authentick Copies, and revised: with the Corrections and Illustrations of various Commentators; to which are added, an Essay on the Chronological Order of his Plays; an Essay relative to Shakespeare and Jonson; a Dissertation on the three parts of King Henry VI; an Historical Account of the English Stage; and Notes (1790) [Malone]
The Plays of Clara Gazul a Spanish Comedian; with Memoirs of her Life (1825) [Merimee]
The Plays of William Shakspeare. With the Corrections and Illustrations of various Commentators. To which are added, notes by Samuel Johnson and G. Steevens. The fifth edition. Revised and augmented by I. Reed, with a Glossarial Index (1803) [Reed]
The Plays of Philip Massinger: adapted for Family Reading, and the use of Young Persons, by the omission of objectionable Passages (1830) [Harness]
“The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies”, The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies, Hero and Leander, Lycus the Centaur, and other Poems (1827) [Hood]
A Plea for Religion, and the Sacred Writings: addressed to the Disciples of Thomas Paine (1797) [Simpson]
The Pleasant Comedie of Old Fortunatus (1600) [Dekker]
Pleasant Notes upon Don Quixot (1654) [Gayton]
Pleasant Memories of Pleasant Lands (1843) [Sigourney]
The Pleasures of Imagination. A Poem. In Three Books (1744) [Akenside]
Pleasures of Hope, with other Poems (1799) [Campbell]
“The Pleasures and Pains of Editors of Periodicals”, Literary Gazette (9 January 1819) [Jerdan]
The Pleasures of Memory, a Poem. In two Parts (1792) [Rogers]
The Pleasures of Love. A Poem (1806) [Stewart]
A Plurality of Worlds (1688) [Fontenelle]
Le plus beau jour de la vie; comédie-vaudeville en deux actes (1825) [Scribe]
Plutarch’s Lives. Translated from the Greek by Several Hands (1683-85) [Plutarch]
Plutarch’s Lives, translated from the original Greek (1770) [Langhorne]
“The Poacher”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1809) [Scott]
Poems, by Cheviot Tichborn (1822) [Ainsworth]
Poems (1820) [Barton]
Poems (1825) [Barton]
Poems (1848) [Carrington]
Poems: supposed to have been written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley, and others, in the Fifteenth Century; the greatest part now first published from the most Authentic Copies, with an Engraved Specimen of one of the MSS. To which are added, a Preface, an Introductory Account of the Several Pieces, and a Glossary (1777) [Chatterton]
Poems descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery (1820) [Clare]
Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
Poems: by S. T. Coleridge, second Edition. To which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb, and Charles Lloyd (1797) [Coleridge]
Poems (1803) [Coleridge]
“Poems by Alfred Tennyson”, Quarterly Review (April 1833) [Croker]
Poems and Songs (1847) [Cunningham]
Poems, Moral, and Descriptive (1800) [Dermody]
Poems on Various Subjects (1802) [Dermody]
Poems (1801) [Dyer]
Poems (1802) [Dyer]
Poems (1828) [Gent]
Poems by Mr. Gray (1776) [Gray]
The Poems of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed Memoirs of his Life and Writings by W. Mason, M.A. (1775) [Gray]
The Works of Thomas Gray with Memoirs of his Life and Writings by William Mason (1814) [Gray]
“Poems by a Heavy Dragoon”, Blackwood's Magazine (February 1819) [Hamilton]
Poems (1820) [Hornblower]
“Poems by W. Wordsworth”, Edinburgh Review (October 1807) [Jeffrey]
Poems, by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
Poems on Various Subjects (1795) [Lloyd]
Poems on the Death of Priscilla Farmer: by her grandson Charles Lloyd (1796) [Lloyd]
Poems (1823) [Lloyd]
Poems (1811) [Lysaght]
Poems upon Several Occasions, English, Italian, and Latin, with Translations (1785) [Milton]
Poems: dedicated by permission to the Right Honorable the Countess of Moira (1801) [Morgan]
Poems (1837) [Moultrie]
Poems chiefly on Slavery and Oppression, with Notes and Illustrations (1788) [Mulligan]
Poems from the Greek Mythology: and Miscellaneous Poems (1867) [Ollier]
Poems (1844) [Patmore]
Poems (1810) [Polwhele]
Poems and Letters: with some Account of his Life (1811) [Roberts]
Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
Poems by Samuel Rogers (1834) [Rogers]
Poems, original and translated (1829) [Shepherd]
Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: with Remarks on his Life and Writings (1803) [Smythe]
Poems: containing The Retrospect, Odes, Elegies, Sonnets, &c. By Robert Lovell, and Robert Southey (1795) [Southey]
Poems (1797) [Southey]
Poems: by Robert Southey. The Second Volume (1799) [Southey]
Poems of the late Hon. William R. Spencer; a New Edition, with Corrections and Additions; to which is prefixed a Biographical Memoir by the Editor (1835) [Spencer]
Poems chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1809) [Stewart]
Poems (1812) [Symmons]
Poems on Several Occasions: consisting of Sonnets, Miscellaneous Pieces, Prologues and Epilogues, Tales, Imitations, &c. (1811) [Taylor]
Poems on Various Subjects (1827) [Taylor]
Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
Poems (1842) [Tennyson]
Poems on Several Occasions (1813) [Thurlow]
Winchester: and a few other Compositions, in Prose and Verse (1835) [Townshend]
Poems (1821) [Townshend]
Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
Poems by William Wordsworth including Lyrical Ballads, and the miscellaneous Pieces of the author, with additional Poems, a new Preface, and a supplementary Essay (1815) [Wordsworth]
Poems, chiefly of early and late years: including the Borderers, a Tragedy (1842) [Wordsworth]
Poems: on Several Occasions (1785) [Yearsley]
“Poems by Alfred Tennyson”, Quarterly Review (September 1842) [Sterling]
Poems on Various Occasions (1807) [Byron]
Poems on his Domestic Circumstances (1816) [Byron]
Poeseos Asiaticæ commentariorum libri sex, cum appendice. Subjicitur Limon, seu Miscellaneorum Liber (1774) [Jones]
Poesie liriche e varie (1825) [Mathias]
“A Poet's Thanks”, London Magazine (April 1823) [Barton]
The Poet's Pilgrimage; an Allegorical Poem, in four Cantos (1822) [Collier]
“The Poet's Fate”, Poems (1801) [Dyer]
“The Poet's Epitaph”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
The Poet's Pilgrimage to Waterloo (1816) [Southey]
Poetic Vigils (1824) [Barton]
The Poetic Mirror: or, The living Bards of Britain (1816) [Hogg]
The Poetical Works of the late Christopher Anstey, Esq. with some Account of the Life and Writings of the Author (1808) [Anstey]
The Poetical Works (1828) [Campbell]
“Poetical Address for Horne Tooke”, The Telegraph (1796) [Coleridge]
The Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1893) [Coleridge]
The Poetical Decameron, or, Ten Conversations on English Poets and Poetry, particularly of the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I (1820) [Collier]
The Poetical Works of the Rev. George Croly (1830) [Croly]
A Poetical Rapsody: containing, Diuerse Sonnets, Odes, Elegies, Madrigalls, and other Poesies (1602) [Davison]
“Poetical Letter from Gifford while at Oxford”, The Autobiography of William Jerdan, with his Literary, Political and Social Reminiscences and Correspondence during the last Fifty Years (1853) [Gifford]
The Poetical Works of Leigh Hunt (1844) [Hunt]
The Poetical Works of Leigh Hunt; now first entirely collected (1859) [Hunt]
The Poetical Remains (1819) [Leyden]
Poetical Works (1822) [Procter]
The Poetical Works of Anna Seward; with Extracts from her Literary Correspondence (1810) [Seward]
The Poetical Works of Robert Southey (1837-38) [Southey]
“The Poetical Works of Thomas Warton”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
The Poetical Remains of William Sidney Walker (1852) [Walker]
The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth (1827) [Wordsworth]
Poetical Tales. By Sir Gregory Gander, Knt. (1778) [Ellis]
Poetical Vagaries: containing An Ode to We, a hackney'd Critick; Low Ambition, or, The life and death of Mr. Daw; A Reckoning with Time; The Lady of the Wreck, or, Castle Blarneygig; Two Parsons, or, the Tale of a Shirt (1812) [Colman]
Poetical Works (1835) [Coleridge]
The Poetical Works of Leigh Hunt (1832) [Hunt]
Poetical Works (1850) [Landon]
The Poetical Works of the late Thomas Little, esq (1805) [Moore]
The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats: complete in one volume (1829) [Redding]
Poetical Works (1833-34) [Scott]
The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1839) [Shelley]
The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1839) [Shelley]
Poetics: or, a Series of Poems, and Disquisitions on Poetry (1812) [Dyer]
Poetry Explained for the use of Young People (1802) [Edgeworth]
Poetry for Children: entirely original (1809) [Lamb]
“The Beggar Man”, Poetry for Children: entirely original (1809) [Lamb]
“Poetry”, Literary Gazette (8 May 1819) [Procter]
The Poetry contained in the Novels, Tales, and Romances of the author of Waverley (1822) [Scott]
“Poetry by Mary Colling”, Quarterly Review (March 1832) [Southey]
“Poetry by the Author of Gebir”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
On Poetry: a Rapsody (1733) [Swift]
“The Poets”, The Examiner (24 December 1815) [Hunt]
Poland, a Poem, to which are added Lines on the View from St. Leonard's (1831) [Campbell]
Political Essays, with Sketches of Public Characters (1819) [Hazlitt]
Political and Literary Anecdotes of His Own Times (1819) [King]
Political Essays relative to the Affairs of Ireland, in 1791, 1792 and 1793: with Remarks on the Present State of that Country (1794) [Mackenna]
The Political History of India, from 1784 to 1823 (1826) [Malcolm]
Political Reflections on the Present Crisis. Addressed to the Author of an anonymous work entitled, History of the Restoration (1832) [Polignac]
“Political and Moral State of Portugal”, Quarterly Review (July 1829) [Southey]
The Political Life of the Right Honourable George Canning: from his Acceptance of the Seals of the Foreign Department, in September 1822, to the Period of his Death, in August 1827: together with a Short Review of Foreign Affairs subsequently to that Event (1831) [Stapleton]
The Political Herald, and Review; or, a Survey of Domestic and Foreign Politics (1785-1786) [Stuart]
Politics (330 BC c.) [Aristotle]
Polonius: a Collection of Wise Saws and Modern Instances (1852) [Fitzgerald]
Poly-Olbion (1612) [Drayton]
“Polydore. A Ballad”, Edinburgh Annual Register (1810) [Howison]
Polyeucte martyr. Tragedie (1643) [Corneille]
Polyhistor sive de notitia auctorum et rerum commentarii: quibus praeterea varia ad omnes disciplinas consilia et subsidia proponuntur (1688) [Morhof]
Polymetis: or, an Enquiry concerning the Agreement between the Works of the Roman Poets, and the Remains of the Antient Artists (1747) [Spence]
Polynesian Researches: during a Residence of nearly Six Years in the South Sea Islands; including Descriptions of the Natural History and Scenery of the Islands, with Remarks on the History, Mythology, Traditions, Government, Arts, Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants (1830) [Ellis]
“Polynesian Researches”, Quarterly Review (May 1830) [Southey]
Poor Richard's Almanack (1733-1758) [Franklin]
“Poor Relations”, London Magazine (May 1823) [Lamb]
The Poor Soldier: a Comic Opera. In Two Acts (1784) [O'Keeffe]
“Poor-Laws”, Edinburgh Review (January 1820) [Smith]
“The Poor”, Quarterly Review (April 1816) [Southey]
“Poor Susan”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
The Poor Gentleman: a Comedy in Five Acts (1801) [Colman]
The Poor Man's Sabbath; a Pastoral Poem (1804) [Strutt]
“Poor-Laws”, Quarterly Review (January 1823) [Gleig]
“Pope, Lord Byron, and Mr. Bowles”, London Magazine (June 1821) [Hazlitt]
“Pope's Works and Character”, Quarterly Review (October 1825) [Taylor]
Popular Tales (1804) [Edgeworth]
The Popular History of England: an Illustrated History of Society and Government from the Earliest Period to our own Times (1856-1862) [Knight]
“Popular Fallacies: That we must not look a Gift-Horse in the Mouth”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1826) [Lamb]
“Popular Fallacies: That Home is Home though it is never so Homely”, New Monthly Magazine (March 1826) [Lamb]
“Popular Fallacies: That we should Lie Down with the Lamb”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1826) [Lamb]
“Popular Fallacies: That we should rise with the lark”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1826) [Lamb]
“Popular Fallacies: That a Deformed Person is a Lord”, New Monthly Magazine (June 1826) [Lamb]
“Popular Fallacies: That You Must Love Me and Love My Dog”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1826) [Lamb]
Popular Lectures on the Bible and Liturgy (1821) [Locker]
A Popular and Practical Introduction to law studies (1835) [Warren]
Popular Tales of the Germans. Translated from the German (1791) [Beddoes]
A Portrait mis-named Lady Byron (1918) [Milbanke]
“A Portrait”, Literary Gazette (29 November 1817) [Procter]
Portraits and Memoirs of the most illustrious Personages of British History (1828-) [Lodge]
“Portraits”, Literary Gazette (8 August 1818) [Procter]
A Portraiture of Quakerism: as taken from a View of the Moral Education, Discipline, Peculiar Customs, Religious Principles, Political and Civil Oeconomy and Character of the Society of Friends (1806) [Clarkson]
Portugal. A Poem. In Two Parts (1812) [Grenville]
“Portugueze Literature”, Quarterly Review (May 1809) [Southey]
“The Portugueze Observer”, Quarterly Review (August 1810) [Southey]
Post Office Reform: its Importance and Practicability (1837) []
The Posthumous Dramatic Works (1813) [Cumberland]
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (1837) [Dickens]
Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nicholson; being Poems found amongst the Papers of that noted Female who attempted the Life of the King in 1786 (1810) [Shelley]
Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
Pot-pourri from a Surrey Garden (1897) [Earle]
“Power of Russia”, Metropolitan Magazine (January 1832) [Campbell]
Practical Observations upon the Education of the People, addressed to the Working Classes and their Employers (1825) [Brougham]
Practical Education (1798) [Edgeworth]
Practical and Internal Evidence against Catholicism, with occasional Strictures on Mr. Butler's Book of the Roman Catholic Church; in Six Letters, addressed to the impartial among the Roman Catholics of Great Britain and Ireland (1825) [White]
Præfationis ad tres Gulielmi Bellendeni libros, de statu (1788) [Parr]
Praeterita: outlines of Scenes and Thoughts, perhaps worthy of Memory in my past Life (1886-1888) [Ruskin]
The Prairie: a Tale (1827) [Cooper]
“The Praise of Chimney-Sweepers: a May-day Effusion”, London Magazine (May 1822) [Lamb]
“The Prayer of Nature”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Precaution: a Novel (1820) [Cooper]
The Preceptor: containing a General Course of Education, wherein the First Principles of Polite Learning are laid down in a way most suitable for trying the Genius, and advancing the Instruction of Youth (1748) [Dodsley]
The Precepts of Jesus: the Guide to Peace and Happiness, extracted from the Books of the New Testament ascribed to the Four Evangelists (1824) [Roy]
Les Précieuses ridicules (1659) [Moliere]
“Preface”, Poems by William Wordsworth including Lyrical Ballads, and the miscellaneous Pieces of the author, with additional Poems, a new Preface, and a supplementary Essay (1815) [Wordsworth]
A Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy (1831) [Herschel]
The Prelude, or, Growth of a Poet's Mind; an Autobiographical Poem (1850) [Wordsworth]
Presbytery Examined; an Essay, critical and historical, on the Ecclesiastical History of Scotland since the Reformation (1848) [Campbell]
“Prescott's History of Ferdinand and Isabella”, Quarterly Review (June 1839) [Ford]
“The Present State of France”, Quarterly Review (August 1834) [Croker]
“The Present Administration”, Edinburgh Review (June 1827) [Macaulay]
The Present State of the Ottoman Empire. Containing the Maxims of the Turkish Politie, the most material points of the Mahometan Religion (1668) [Rycaut]
“Present State of Peru”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
The Present State of Turkey; or Description of the political, civil, and religious Constitution, Government, and Laws, of the Ottoman Empire (1807) [Thornton]
The Present State of Mexico: as detailed in a Report presented to the General Congress by the Secretary of State for the Home Department and Foreign Affairs, at the Opening of the Session in 1825 (1825) [Disraeli]
The Press, a Poem, in Two Parts. With other Pieces (1828) [M'Creery]
Pride shall have a Fall: a Comedy in Five Acts with Songs (1824) [Croly]
Pride and Prejudice: a Novel (1813) [Austen]
A Priest to the Temple; or, The Countrey Parson, his Character, and Rule of Holy Life (1652) [Herbert]
Priests, Women, and Families (1845) [Michelet]
Primera parte de la vida del picaro Gvzman de Alfarache (1599) [Alemán]
“Prince Polignac—Revolution of the Three Days”, Quarterly Review (October 1832) [Southey]
“Prince Athanase”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
Ciceronis Princeps, rationes et consilia bene gerendi firmandique imperii: ex iis repetita, quae ex Ciceronianis defluxere fontibus: in libros 16 de statu rerum Rom., qui nondum lucem acceperunt (1615) [Bellenden]
The Princess; or, the Beguine (1835) [Morgan]
The Princess: a Medley (1847) [Tennyson]
La princesse de Cleves (1678) [La Fayette]
Il principe (1532) [Machiavelli]
Principles of the Constitution of Governments (1811) [Cunninghame]
Principles of Geology; being an Attempt to explain the former Changes of the Earth's Surface, by Reference to Causes now in Operation (1830-1833) [Lyell]
Principles of Political Economy considered with a View to their Practical Application (1820) [Malthus]
Principles of Political Economy, with some of their Applications to Social Philosophy (1848) [Mill]
The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy (1794) [Paley]
On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation (1817) [Ricardo]
“Pringle and Moodie on South Africa”, Quarterly Review (December 1835) [Barrow]
“Pringle and Moodie on South Africa”, Quarterly Review (December 1835) [Lockhart]
“The Print Gallery”, Rosamond: a Sequel to Early Lessons (1821) [Edgeworth]
De statu prisci orbis in religione, re politica (1616) [Bellenden]
Prison Discipline (1856) [Maconochie]
The Prisoner of Chillon, and other Poems (1816) [Byron]
“Prisons”, Edinburgh Review (February 1822) [Smith]
Private Memoirs relative to the last Year of the Reign of Lewis the Sixteenth, late King of France (1797) [Dallas]
The Private Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, LL.D, F.R.S., &c. Minister Plenipontentiary from the United States of America at the Court of France, and for the Treaty of Peace and Independence with Great Britain, &c. &c. (1817) [Franklin]
The Private Correspondence of David Garrick with the most Celebrated Persons of his time (1831-1832) [Garrick]
The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner: with a Detail of Curious Traditionary Facts, and other Evidence (1824) [Hogg]
The Private Journal of Captain G. F. Lyon, of H.M.S. Hecla, during the recent Voyage of Discovery under Captain Parry (1824) [Lyon]
Private Memoirs, which, with the Work of M. Hue, and the Journal of Clery, complete the History of the Captivity of the Royal Family of France in the Temple (1817) [Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte]
The Private Journal of F.S. Larpent, Esq. Judge Advocate General of the British Forces in the Peninsula, attached to the Head-quarters of Lord Wellington during the Peninsular War, from 1812 to its Close (1853) [Lavater]
The Prize, or, 2, 5, 3, 8: a Musical Farce in Two Acts ([1793?]) [Hoare]
Pro Archia Poeta (62 BC) [Cicero]
Pro populo Anglicano defensio, contra Claudii Anonymi, alias Salmasii, defensionem regiam (1651) [Milton]
“Proceedings of the Society for the Suppression of Vice”, Edinburgh Review (January 1809) [Smith]
Professional Education (1809) [Edgeworth]
The Professor, a Tale. By Currer Bell (1857) [Bronte]
The Profligate: a Comedy (1820) [Watson]
The Progress of Maritime Discovery, from the earliest Period to the Close of the Eighteenth Century, forming an extensive System of Hydrography (1803) [Clarke]
The Progress of Civil Society. A Didactic Poem: in Six Books (1796) [Knight]
Progress and Present Position of Russia in the East. (1836) [Macneil]
“Progress of Infidelity”, Quarterly Review (January 1823) [Southey]
Progressive Geography for Children (1828) [Croker]
“Project for a New Theory of Civil and Criminal Legislation”, Literary Remains of the late William Hazlitt: with Notice of his Life (1836) [Hazlitt]
Projet d'éléments d'idéologie á l'usage des écoles centrales de la République française (1799-1803) [Destutt]
Prometheus Bound (450 BC c.) [Aeschylus]
“Prometheus”, The Prisoner of Chillon, and other Poems (1816) [Byron]
Prometheus Unbound a Lyric Drama in Four Acts: with other Poems (1820) [Shelley]
A Plain Proof of the true Father and Mother of the Pretended Prince of Wales: by several Letters written by the late Queen in France, the Earle of Tyrconnel, Lord Deputy of Ireland, the Dutchess of Powis, Governess to the Pretended Prince, Mr. Sarroll, the Queens Secretary, and Father Lewis Sabran, Chaplain & Tutor to the Prince (1700) [Fuller]
Proofs of a Conspiracy against all the Religions and Governments of Europe: carried on in the Secret meetings of Free Masons, illuminati, and Reading Societies (1797) [Robison]
“The Prophecy of Dante, a Poem”, Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: An Historical Tragedy, in Five Acts. With Notes. The Prophecy of Dante, a Poem (1821) [Byron]
“A Prophetic Account of a Grand National Epic Poem, to be entitled, The Wellingtoniad, and to be published A.D. 2824”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (November 1824) [Macaulay]
“Proposal on a Metropolitan University in a letter to H. Brougham”, The Times (9 February 1825) [Campbell]
“Proposal for the Basis of a new System of Metaphysical Philosophy”, Monthly Magazine (February 1809) [Hazlitt]
A Proposal for putting Reform to the Vote throughout the Kingdom. By the Hermit of Marlow (1817) [Shelley]
“Proposed Reform of the Court of Session”, Edinburgh Review (January 1807) [Jeffrey]
The Prospect: and other Poems (1826) [Moxon]
Prospects and Observations; on a Tour in England and Scotland: Natural, Œconomical, and Literary. By Thomas Newte (1791) [Thomson]
Prospectus and Specimen of an intended National Work, by William and Robert Whistlecraft (1817-1818) [Frere]
Prospectus and Specimen of an intended National Work. By William and Robert Whistlecraft, of Stow-Market, in Suffolk, Harness, and Collar-Makers. Intended to Comprise the most interesting Particulars relating to King Arthur and his Round Table. Cantos III. and IV (1818) [Frere]
Protagoras (370 BC c.) [Plato]
On Protection to Agriculture (1822) [Ricardo]
“Protestant Dissenters”, Edinburgh Review (November 1811) [Smith]
Private History of Peregrinus Proteus the Philosopher (1796) [Wieland]
The Province of Jurisprudence determined (1832) [Austin]
The Provok’d Husband; or a Journey to London. A Comedy (1728) [Cibber]
“El príncipe constante”, Primera parte de comedias de don Pedro Calderón de la Barca (1640) [Calderon]
Psyche, or, The Legend of Love (1805) [Tighe]
Psychodia Platonica, or, a Platonicall Song of the Soul: consisting of foure severall Poems (1642) [More]
“Public Characters of 1809-10”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Gifford]
Public Education. Plans for the Government and Liberal Instruction of boys in Large Numbers; as practised at Hazelwood School (1825) []
“Public Schools of England”, Edinburgh Review (August 1810) [Smith]
The Public and Private Life of Lord Chancellor Eldon, with Selections from his Correspondence (1844) [Twiss]
“Publication of Private Matters—Memoirs of Lady Hester Stanhope”, Quarterly Review (September 1845) [Brougham]
A Publisher and His Friends: Memoir and Correspondence of the late John Murray, with an Account of the Origin and Progress of the House, 1768-1843 (1891) [Smiles]
La Pucelle; ou, la France delivrée. Poeme heroique (1656) [Chapelain]
La Pucelle d'Orleans. Poöme. Divisé en qinze livres (1755) [Voltaire]
The Puffiad: a Satire (1828) [Montgomery]
“Pulpit Oratory”, The Liberal (1823) [Hazlitt]
Purchas his Pilgrimage, or, Relations of the World and the Religions observed in all Ages and Places discovered, from the Creation unto Present (1613) [Purchas]
El purgatorio de San Patricio (1640) [Calderon]
“The Purgatorio”, The Divine Comedy (1320 c.) [Dante]
Purity of Heart, or the Ancient Costume, a Tale, in one Volume, addressed to the Author of Glenarvon (1816) [Thomas]
The Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties (1830-1831) [Craik]
The Pursuits of Literature, or what you will: a Satirical Poem in Dialogue (1794) [Mathias]