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Issue Details: First known date: 1844... vol. 3 no. 17 25 July 1844 of The Colonial Observer est. 1841 The Colonial Observer
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* Contents derived from the 1844 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Irish Stewi"I sing of good eating! There once befel", single work poetry humour
'Humorous - on current education controversy.' (Webby)
(p. 131)
Note: Reprinted in the Colonial Observer in a column entitled 'Education - What Can Be Done For It?' Includes notes on the poem.
The Owl and the Lark : A Fablei"A sapient owl, who oft had heard the lark", 'Q in the Corner' , single work poetry satire
'Owl tries unsuccessfully to imitate the lark. May be a skit on Robert Lowe.' (Webby)
(p. 133)
A Version of the 137th Psalmi"By the Rivers of Babel we sate, yes, we wept", J. B. L. , single work poetry (p. 136)

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