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W. H. Dawson W. H. Dawson i(A8675 works by) (a.k.a. William Henry Dawson)
Also writes as: George Lowndes ; Ernest H. Hawthorne ; W. H. D. ; E.H. Hawthorne
Born: Established: 9 Aug 1857 Stockport, Cheshire,
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England,
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United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,
; Died: Ceased: 18 Apr 1928 Hobart, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1884
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1 1 Forecasts of the Future in Modern Literature W. H. Dawson , single work criticism
1 To War-Bereaved Mothers i "I cannot soothe your grief; but let its measure", W. H. Dawson , 1919 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Australasian , 4 January vol. 106 no. 2753 1919; (p. 38)
1 The Sons of Australia i "From the north to the south, from the east to the west,", W. H. Dawson , 1901 single work poetry
— Appears in: The School Paper for Class IV , May vol. IV no. 44 1901; (p. 171-172)
1 y separately published work icon War Songs. 1899-1900 W. H. Dawson , Hobart : J. Walch , 1901 Z805362 1901 single work poetry
1 y separately published work icon Ave! 'Doctor' from 'Daw' W. H. Dawson , Hobart : W. H. Dawson , 1900 Z1691854 1900 selected work poetry
1 The Patriotic Fund: Those Who Sit at Home i "Weary feet that stumble slowly o'er the burning, endless veldt!", W. H. D. , 1900 single work poetry
— Appears in: Tasmanian Mail , 10 February 1900; (p. 7)
1 Australia's Offering i "She did not call for aid; her strength is equal", W. H. Dawson , 1900 single work poetry
— Appears in: Tasmanian Mail , 24 February 1900; (p. 5)
1 y separately published work icon The Speculator : A Mining Tale of the Year 18- George Lowndes , Hobart : George Lowndes , 1900-1909 Z805359 1900-1909 single work novel
1 Australia: 1899 i "She plays as yet; her life has scarce begun;", E.H. Hawthorne , 1899 single work poetry
— Appears in: Tasmanian Mail , 4 November 1899; (p. 7)
1 'Love o' Women' i "'I am dying, Egypt, dying,' Love o.Women said:", E.H. Hawthorne , 1899 single work poetry
— Appears in: Tasmanian Mail , 3 June 1899; (p. 6)
1 Down the Stream i "Down the stream we floated together,", E.H. Hawthorne , 1899 single work poetry
— Appears in: Tasmanian Mail , 6 May 1899; (p. 7)
1 Tasmania to New South Wales, 4th June, 1898 i "You, who proudly claim the title "Mother State" - is this well done?", W. H. Dawson , 1898 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 25 June vol. 19 no. 958 1898; (p. 7)
1 Recognition i "Do you remember, love, the day we met?", W. H. Dawson , 1898 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 17 September vol. 19 no. 970 1898; (p. 3)
1 Two Sonnets i "The doomed to live are blinded, for the Gods", Ernest H. Hawthorne , 1891 single work poetry
— Appears in: The North Queensland Herald , 16 December 1891; (p. 27)
1 That Old Girl George Lowndes , 1891 single work short story humour
— Appears in: Tasmanian Mail , 24 January 1891; (p. 5)
The object of the narrator's affections becomes jealous after overhearing him in conversation with one of his 'chums' referring to 'his old girl,' - who, as it transpires, is not quite the girl she appears to be.
1 y separately published work icon Buddha and Buddhism W. H. Dawson , Hobart : W. H. Dawson , 1888 Z805374 1888 single work
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