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Issue Details: First known date: 1847... 1847 Lines : Written on the Perusal of a Poem Called Finality, by Charles Harpur, Which Was Published in the Atlas of 21st August, 1847
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  • At foot of poem: Mowbray, Sunday night, 22nd August, 1847.
  • Following the poem, the Atlas publishes a paragraph, sent by Halloran, and transcribed from the pages of the Edinburgh Review, relating to the writings of Dante.
  • 'Bids him be true to himself and his hopes, he will eventually find fame, etc.' - Webby

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    y separately published work icon The Atlas vol. 3 no. 144 28 August 1847 Z1599776 1847 newspaper issue 1847 pg. 417
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