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Elegiac Lines on Winter single work   poetry   "With cheerless gloom and storm-portending clouds,"
Alternative title: An Elegy on Winter in Argyleshire
  • Author:agent 'Australasianus'
Issue Details: First known date: 1823... 1823 Elegiac Lines on Winter
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  • At head of poem: 'To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. Sir, Should you consider the following 'Elegiac Lines on Winter' worth a place in your Gazette, you will by their insertion, oblige Sir, yours, &c. AUSTRALASIANUS'

    At foot of poem: July 29, 1823

  • ' 'Australasianus' was the psuedonym of Charles Tompson; this poem [was] reprinted as 'An Elegy on Winter in Argyleshire' in his Wild Notes from the Lyre of a Native Minstrel (1826), pp. 48-50. ' - Webby

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