Leaves from Australian Forests [by Henry Kendall, 1869]

[Editor: This book of poetry by Henry Kendall was published in 1869. In the list of contents, the “Twelve Sonnets” were not listed separately; however, they have each been given their own listing here, so as to provide ease of access to readers.]

Leaves from

Australian Forests.

By

Henry Kendall.


Contents.

[Dedication]
Prefatory Sonnets
The Hut by the Black Swamp
September in Australia
Ghost Glen
Daphne
The Warrigal
Euroclydon
Araluen
At Euroma
Illa Creek
Moss on a Wall
Campaspe
On a Cattle Track
To Damascus
Bell Birds
A Death in the Bush
A Spanish Love Song
The Last of His Tribe
Arakoon
The Voyage of Telegonus
Sitting by the Fire
Cleone
Charles Harpur
God Help Our Men at Sea
Coogee
Ogyges
By the Sea
Song of the Cattle Hunters
King Saul at Gilboa
In the Valley
Twelve Sonnets
[A Mountain Spring]
[Laura]
[By a River]
[Attila]
[A Reward]
[To ———]
[The Stanza of Childe Harold]
[A Living Poet]
[Dante and Virgil]
[Rest]
[After Parting]
[Alfred Tennyson]
Sutherland’s Grave
Syrinx
On the Paroo
Faith in God
Mountain Moss
The Glen of Arrawatta
Euterpe
Ellen Ray
At Dusk
Safi
Daniel Henry Deniehy
Merope
After the Hunt
Rose Lorraine

Melbourne:
George Robertson, 69 Elizabeth Street,
MDCCCLXIX.

Melbourne:
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99 Bourke Street West.

Source:
Henry Kendall, Leaves from Australian Forests, Melbourne: George Robertson, 1869

Editor’s notes:
The “Dedication” poem was not included in the original list of contents, but has been included here to enable easy access by readers.

Two poems in this book had been previously published in Henry Kendall’s earlier book of poetry, Poems and Songs (1862):
1) Song of the Cattle Hunters
2) God Help Our Men at Sea

A poem in this book, Sitting by the Fire, bears the same title as a different poem by Henry Kendall, Sitting by the Fire, which was published in Poems and Songs (1862).

Another poem in this book, Araluen, bears the same title as a different poem by Henry Kendall, Araluen, which was published in 1879.

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