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Lines to E..., on Her Birth Day single work   poetry   "YES, Dear Miss, 'tis to thee alone,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1824... 1824 Lines to E..., on Her Birth Day
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'Hopes she will soon be his wife.' (Webby)

Notes

  • At foot of poem: Thursday, 2nd December, 1824.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Alternative title: Lines to E * * * * * on Her Birthday
First line of verse: "Yes, dear miss 'tis to you alone,"
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Australian no. 9 9 December 1824 Z1804184 1824 newspaper issue 1824 pg. 1

Works about this Work

To Avec Franchase : Who Appeared in the last Australian as a Rhyming Advertiser i "Avec-Franchase - Avec-Franchase!", 'Aristophanes' (fl. 1824-1826) , 1824 single work poetry satire
— Appears in: The Australian , 16 December no. 10 1824; (p. 3)
'Includes a dig at Barron Field, "That learned Judge, whose mind's distortion / Produced for first fruits, an abortion!", and references to "Tommy Moore" and "Longinus' true sublime". (Webby)
To Avec Franchase : Who Appeared in the last Australian as a Rhyming Advertiser i "Avec-Franchase - Avec-Franchase!", 'Aristophanes' (fl. 1824-1826) , 1824 single work poetry satire
— Appears in: The Australian , 16 December no. 10 1824; (p. 3)
'Includes a dig at Barron Field, "That learned Judge, whose mind's distortion / Produced for first fruits, an abortion!", and references to "Tommy Moore" and "Longinus' true sublime". (Webby)
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