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Broadside, c.1789. Image by permission of the National Library of Australia.
y Visit of Hope to Sydney Cove Near Botany Bay single work   poetry   "Where Sydney Cove, her lucid bosom swells,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1789 1789
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Alternative title: Sydney Cove
Alternative title: A Fulfilled Prophecy
Alternative title: Visit of Hope to Sydney Cove
First known date: 1789
Notes:
Author's note: (A Fulfilled Prophecy in A Century of Australian Song) From a Broadside, dated 1789)
Alternative title: Voyage 6, Botany Bay
Notes:
Slightly abridged version - first 3 lines omitted.
  • Appears in:
    y A Return to Poetry 2000 Michael Duffy (editor), Potts Point : Duffy and Snellgrove , 2000 Z668260 2000 anthology poetry Ten Australian poetry-lovers, Peter Coleman, Rosemary Dobson, Peter Goldsworthy, Jamie Grant, Marion Halligan, Ashely Hay, David Malouf, Richard Tognetti, Robyn Williams and Salvatore Zofrea, present their favourite poems. Each selector was asked to choose ten of their favourite poems, with the condition that half the poems be written by Australians. Potts Point : Duffy and Snellgrove , 2000 pg. 183

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge Amazingly Described : A 1788 prediction 2006 single work column
— Appears in: Margin , July/August no. 69 2006; (p. 15)
y 'I Dips me Lid' to the Sydney Harbour Bridge i "'Young Sir,' 'e sez...Like that...It made me feel", C. J. Dennis , Rhodes : L. Berger , 1932 Z256664 1932 single work poetry A poetic dialogue between Dennis' famous character "The Sentimental Bloke" and Arthur Phillip, founding governor of New South Wales, on Sydney and the new Harbour Bridge.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge Amazingly Described : A 1788 prediction 2006 single work column
— Appears in: Margin , July/August no. 69 2006; (p. 15)
y 'I Dips me Lid' to the Sydney Harbour Bridge i "'Young Sir,' 'e sez...Like that...It made me feel", C. J. Dennis , Rhodes : L. Berger , 1932 Z256664 1932 single work poetry A poetic dialogue between Dennis' famous character "The Sentimental Bloke" and Arthur Phillip, founding governor of New South Wales, on Sydney and the new Harbour Bridge.
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Subjects:
  • Sydney, New South Wales,
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