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Untitled single work   poetry   "I am not grieved a Fortune to lose,"
Composed: 11 Dec 1838 Tuesday, P. M.
Issue Details: First known date: 1838... 1838 Untitled
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Notes

  • At head of poem: AIR - Roslin Castle
  • Author's note: Mr Editor, by inserting the following Lines you will greatly oblige the undersigned.
  • This poem is published in the advertisement columns of this issue of the Sydney Gazette. The writer may have paid for it's insertion.
  • 'Extremely bad love poem.' - Webby

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Literature 1838 single work column
— Appears in: Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser , 13 December vol. 36 no. 4109 1838; (p. 2)

This column alludes to an untitled poem by 'An Australian' (fl. 1838) published in the advertisement columns of this issue of the Sydney Gazette. The column uses the publication of the poem to mock Beverley Suttor writing that '[w]e would seriously recommend Mr. Beverley Suttor to look to his laurels, lest they should be wrenched from his brow ...'

Literature 1838 single work column
— Appears in: Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser , 13 December vol. 36 no. 4109 1838; (p. 2)

This column alludes to an untitled poem by 'An Australian' (fl. 1838) published in the advertisement columns of this issue of the Sydney Gazette. The column uses the publication of the poem to mock Beverley Suttor writing that '[w]e would seriously recommend Mr. Beverley Suttor to look to his laurels, lest they should be wrenched from his brow ...'

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