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George J. Macdonald George J. Macdonald i(A2864 works by) (a.k.a. George James Macdonald; G. James Macdonald; G. J. Macdonald)
Also writes as: G. J. M. ; G. Z. M. ; G. J. McD ; 'Ione'
Born: Established: 12 May 1805 Holborn, London,
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England,
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United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,
; Died: Ceased: 21 Dec 1851 Swan Hill - Robinvale area, North West Victoria, Victoria,
Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1826
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1 Lines to a Lady, Who Said that 'Nature Had Denied Her Tears' i "Ans so thou cans't not weep? and those blue eyes,", George J. Macdonald , 2009 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 30)
1 y separately published work icon On a Movement of Beethoven's and Other Poems of 1830's George J. Macdonald , Cook : Mulini Press , 1978 Z862573 1978 selected work poetry
1 Lines i "Joy come not near me,", George J. Macdonald , 1860 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Southern Cross , 4 August vol. 45 no. 1 1860; (p. 3)
1 Sonnet : New South Wales i "A sordid spirit rules this barren land!", G. J. M. , 1849 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Southern Euphrosyne and Australian Miscellany : Containing Oriental Moral Tales, Original Anecdote, Poetry and Music 1849; (p. 135) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 40)
1 The Wreath i "I have woven a wreath for thee, love", 'Ione' , 1845 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser , 15 February 1845; (p. 4)
1 The Grave of the Year i "In the spring time of summer, all blooming with life", 'Ione' , 1845 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River general Advertiser , 4 January 1845; (p. 4)
1 Autumn Flowers i "Flowers, fair flowers! ye are lovely things-", 'Ione' , 1845 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Atlas , 14 June vol. 1 no. 29 1845; (p. 341)
1 Lines to the Steam-Boat i "Dark stranger on the teeming map of fate", G. J. M. , 1838 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Colonist , 8 September 1838; (p. 4) On a Movement of Beethoven's and Other Poems of 1830's 1978; (p. 7) An Anthology of Australian Poetry to 1920 2007; (p. 111-112) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 25-26)
1 Poetical Charades i "Dimly in the East doth rise", George J. Macdonald , 1838 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Colonist , 7 November 1838; (p. 4) On a Movement of Beethoven's and Other Poems of 1830's 1978; (p. 5-6) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 26-28)
1 The Fate of Poets i "The Poets have too oft an evil fate -", George J. Macdonald , 1838 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Colonist , 14 November 1838; (p. 4) On a Movement of Beethoven's and Other Poems of 1830's 1978; (p. 4) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 28-30)
1 On a Movement of Beethoven's To - : On a Movement of Beethoven's; On a Movement of Beethoven i "Aye - once more touch the strings,", G. J. M. , 1838 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Colonist , 28 July 1838; (p. 4) The Colonist , 29 May 1839; (p. 4) The Argus , 12 May 1852; (p. 6) The Empire , 14 February 1852; (p. 678) On a Movement of Beethoven's and Other Poems of 1830's 1978; (p. 3) An Anthology of Australian Poetry to 1920 2007; (p. 110-111)
1 Annot Lyle's Song i "When from the west the weary sun declines,", George J. Macdonald , 1837 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Australian , 15 August 1837; (p. 4) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 12-13)
1 The Tropic Calm i "How wearily the long noons wane", 'Ione' , 1835 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Colonist , 21 May vol. 1 no. 21 1835; (p. 166) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 7-8)
1 Come to the Lake of Swans i "Come to the Lake of Swans while the sun is red and low,", 'Ione' , 1835 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Colonist , 28 May vol. 1 no. 22 1835; (p. 174) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 15-16)
'On black swans, but otherwise describes scene in very English terms.' (Webby)
1 To My Friend ---- ---- i "The world from its trance is awaking,", George J. Macdonald , 1833 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Sydney Monitor , 2 October vol. 8 no. 606 1833; (p. 4) The Australian Town and Country Journal , 4 May vol. 17 no. 434 1878; (p. 833) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 18-19)
'Predicts a new era for the world - Truth not Error shall rule.' (Webby)
1 Stanzas to ..... i "YEARS have past by - and as a dream,", G. J. M. , 1832 single work poetry
— Appears in: Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser , 14 April vol. 30 no. 2115 1832; (p. 4)
1 Song i "THE visions of my youth are gone,", G. J. M. , 1832 single work poetry
— Appears in: Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser , 4 February vol. 30 no. 2085 1832; (p. 4) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 18)
1 A Dream of Life i "And then I left my native land,", G. J. M. , 1831 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser , 22 January vol. 29 no. 1923 1831; (p. 4) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 17)
1 Untitled i "THERE came a gust of low, sweet, melancholy tones,", G. J. M. , 1831 single work poetry
— Appears in: Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser , 23 August vol. 29 no. 2014 1831; (p. 4)
1 Lines, Written at 'Lake Farm,' Port Macquarie, the Property of A. C. Innes, Esq. The Evening Lake i "Fast fades the day; - but in the ruddy west", G. J. M. , 1831 single work poetry
— Appears in: Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser , 11 January vol. 29 no. 1918 1831; (p. 4) On a Movement of Beethoven's and Other Poems of 1830's 1978; (p. 8) The Commissioner and the Squatter : Or Armidale Visited and Revisited 1839-1889-2009 2009; (p. 14-15)
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