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Issue Details: First known date: 1870... 1870 Humours of 'Humbug'
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Swearing Off 1870 single work prose humour
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , February vol. 5 no. 57 1870; (p. 355-356)
On the narrator's giving up alcohol for two years and the effect on the trade of the hotel where he once drank.
Our Glorious Climate Marcus Clarke , 1870 single work prose humour
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , February vol. 5 no. 57 1870; (p. 356-357) The Marcus Clarke Memorial Volume 1884; (p. 65-68) The Austral Edition of the Selected Works of Marcus Clarke : Together with a Biography and Monograph of the Deceased Author 1890; (p. 437-439)
The story takes the form of the diary of a day, beginning at 5am and continuing through to 11pm, in which the vagaries of the weather and its effects upon the body are noted.

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Australian Journal vol. 5 no. 57 February 1870 Z1067062 1870 periodical issue 1870 pg. 355-357
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