ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION
Frederick Bewley, "Charade, addressed to George Hardinge, Esq." New Monthly Magazine 1 (April 1814) 286.
1775 ca.: Sir William Jones
1786: Anna Seward
1793: Verney Lovett
1800: John Taylor Esq.
1801: Andrew Caldwell
1805: Lady Jerningham
1814: Frederick Bewley
1816: Capel Lofft
1817: Henry Crabb Robinson
1818: Rev. Richard Polwhele
1907: E. V. Lucas
1814: George Hardinge
Whene'er I meet thee at the sparkling board,
And welcome warms the cup by luxury pour'd;
On pleasure's buoyant lap serenely nurs'd,
I joy to see thee revel o'er my FIRST;—
I joy to see the rosy bumpers rise,
In juices richer than my NEXT supplies:
But when these fairy hours have flown away,
And night retires before the dawn of day,
With faltering heart I quit this flow of soul,
And scarce my sorrowing lips breath out my WHOLE.