An Exile's Vigil single work   poetry   "How hush'd this lovely night, no sound"
Composed: Sydney, New South Wales,
Issue Details: First known date: 1841 1841
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Alternative title: The Convict's Reflections at Sea
  • Appears in:
    y Australasian Chronicle vol. 3 no. 204 27 February 1841 Z1776573 1841 newspaper issue 1841 pg. 4
    Note:

    Written as H. Parkes

    The receipt of 'An Exile's Vigil' is noted in the editor's Notes to Correspondents for the 25 February 1841 issue.

  • Appears in:
    y Stolen Moments : A Short Series of Poems Henry Parkes , Sydney : James Tegg , 1842 Z1158907 1842 selected work poetry Sydney : James Tegg , 1842 pg. 80-83
    Note: With title: The Convict's Reflections at Sea
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