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Issue Details: First known date: 1973... 1973 Poems of Henry Lawson
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Contents

* Contents derived from the Sydney, New South Wales,:Ure Smith , 1973 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Eureka (a Fragment)i"Roll up, Eureka's heroes, on that Grand Old Rush afar,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 19)
The Wander-Light (from The Wander-Light)i"Oh, my ways are strange ways and new ways and old ways,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 22)
When the Ladies Come to the Shearing-Shedi""THE ladies are coming," the super says", Henry Lawson , single work poetry humour (p. 24)
Trooper Campbelli"ONE day old Trooper Campbell", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 27-31)
The Sliprails and the Spuri"The colours of the setting sun", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 32)
The Lights of Cobb and Co.i"Fire lighted, on the table a meal for sleepy men,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 34-36)
The Song of Old Joe Swallowi"When I was up the country in the rough and early days,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry humour (p. 37-38)
Andy's Gone with Cattlei"Our Andy's gone with cattle now-", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 40)
The Glass on the Bari"Three bushmen one morning rode up to an inn,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 42-43)
The Cattle-Dog's Deathi"THE plains lay bare on the homeward route,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 44-45)
Mary Called Him "Mister" Mary Called Him Misteri"THEY'D parted just a year ago - she thought he'd ne'er come back;", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 46-47)
Song of the Old Bullock-Driveri"FAR back in the days when the blacks used to ramble", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 48-49)
The Ballad of the Droveri"Across the stony ridges, across the rolling plain,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 51-52)
Faces in the Streeti"They lie, the men who tell us, for reasons of their own,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 57-60)
Reedy River Ten Miles Down Reedy Riveri"TEN miles down Reedy River", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 61-62)
The Water Lily The Water-Liliesi"A lonely young wife", Joe Swallow , single work poetry (p. 64)
The Blue Mountainsi"Above the ashes straight and tall,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 66)
Taking His Chancei"They stood by the door of the Inn on the Rise;", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 68)
To the Old Matei"OLD MATE! In the gusty old weather", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 70)
On the Night Traini"Have you seen the bush by moonlight, from the train, go running by?", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 72)

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