An Address to the Native-Born Tasmanians single work   poetry   "And must I let that sentence pass me by?"
Issue Details: First known date: 1860 1860
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  • Author's note: "The Archbishop of Dublin proclaims the Tasmanians to be a people with whom it would be infamy to associate, and their children as being precocious in the worst vices of the worst London stews." - Burns in Colonial Magazine.
  • Author's note: Partly composed in December, 1844. Amended July, 1846.

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