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Issue Details: First known date: 1831... 1831 Untitled
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  • Editor's note: Original poetry
  • Author's note: SIR, The accompanying lines were found on the Surrey Hills, travelling with the wind to the S. E. I am sorry it is not in my power to convey them to their destination, but it is only surmise on my part, and I therefore send them to you. I conjecture from their tenor that they were the accompaniment to a rose which had been entrusted to the chance finder in some secret spot:
  • 'Love poem to accompany a rose.' - Webby

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