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Oh Jemmy Thomson! Jemmy Thomson, Oh! single work   poetry   "E'en thus the bards of other days did rail"
Issue Details: First known date: 1842... 1842 Oh Jemmy Thomson! Jemmy Thomson, Oh!
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'Another on lectures at the School of Arts. Satire on Professor Rennie.' (Webby)

Notes

  • Jemmy Thomson was the English poet, James Thomson, (1700-1748), whose 1729 line 'O Sophonisba, Sophonisba O' was parodied and ridiculed for over a century.

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Untitled 'Ne Quid Nimis' , 1842 single work correspondence
— Appears in: The Colonial Observer , 4 May vol. 1 no. 31 1842; (p. 244)
Untitled 'Ne Quid Nimis' , 1842 single work correspondence
— Appears in: The Colonial Observer , 4 May vol. 1 no. 31 1842; (p. 244)
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