Papa has been telling me of your abusing my stanzas on Mrs. Hemans's death.
Mrs. Hemans apostrophizes this tree in one of her early poems.
Not Coleridge, who is not even mentioned; nor is Mrs. Hemans secure.
A century ago her name was as well known as that of Mrs. Hemans was later.
Here she lived for about three years, or till 1812, when Captain Hemans returned, and they were married.
The Works of Mrs. Hemans, with a Memoir of her life by her sister.
Her hat made me think of Mrs. Hemans; but why I cannot explain.
It is a book, father, Charlotte lent me: Mrs. Hemans' poems.
Midwinter passed on to a volume on another shelf—one of a series containing the writings of Mrs. Hemans.
Mrs. Hemans describes it as “a lovely cottage-like building, almost hidden by a profusion of roses and ivy.”