Wlliam Gilmore Simms
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Secondary Scholarship | 1993
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The following is the complete list of Songs of the South, 1841-1843, a
advertised in the Charleston Courier. The poems by Simms are marked with a
asterisk. The date is of its first notice in the Courier:



* (1) "The Land of the Pine, the Cedar, the Vine"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. Francis Kinloch, composer.
Guitar. 30 November 1841
* (2) "My Carolinian Maid"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. D. C. You, composer.
Guitar. 30 November 1841
* (3) "Never, Never Love"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. Matthew Sully Reeves,
composer. Piano. 27 January 1842
* (4) "My Forest Harp"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. D. C. You, composer.
Guitar. 2 March 1842
* (5) "No, Never! Though Loud be the Voice"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. Francis Kinloch, composer.
Guitar. 2 March 1842
(6) "I Sigh for the Land of the Cypress and Pine"
Dr. Samuel Henry Dickson, poet. Laharre,
composer. 2 March 1842
* (7) "Come Back Soon"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. Matthew Sully Reeves,
composer. Piano. 6 April 1842
* (8) "Be It Folly or Frenzy"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. Francis Kinloch, composer.
Guitar. 11 June 1842
* (9) "I'll Build for Thee an Altar"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. D. C. You, composer.
Guitar. 11 June 1842
* (10) "Oh! Strike the Lute Lady"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. Francis Kinloch, composer.
Guitar. 11 June 1842
* (11) "Rosalie"
Wm. G. Simms, poet. Matthew Sully Reeves,
composer. Piano. 11 June 1842
(12) "The Night Blooming Jessamine"
J. Russell, poet. D. C. You, composer. Piano. 23 July 1842
(13) "Love Thee, No, I Will Not Love Thee"
Dr. Samuel Henry Dickson, poet. Miss Julia C.
Dupre, composer. 5 October 1842
(14) "The Faded Flowers"
John Russell, poet. Matthew Sully Reeves,
composer. 5 October 1842