Issue Details: First known date: 1843... vol. 1 no. 16 11 November 1843 of The Weekly Register of Politics, Facts and General Literature est. 1843-1845
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* Contents derived from the 1843 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Love's Homei"Man may build his walls of granite, high and splendid to behold;", Henry Parkes , 1843 single work poetry
'Sentimental ditty.' (Webby)
(p. 245)
Note: Written as: H. Parkes.
Rosa's Friendshipi"Since fortune with her precious friendship crowned me,", Charles Harpur , 1843 single work poetry (p. 245)
On Seeing Her Dressed in Whitei"Dress ever thus should Rosa! yes, to me,", Charles Harpur , 1843 single work poetry (p. 245)
The Complainti"Oh, restless, unacknowledged love! my best", Charles Harpur , 1843 single work poetry (p. 245)
Petrarchian Musings; or, The Hundred Sonnets of Love, Charles Harpur , 1843 sequence poetry (p. 245)
Note: In this source: 'Rosa's Friendship', On Seeing Her Dressed in White' and 'The Complaint'.

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