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'In reply to the Sydney Gazette's charges that his poetry had been written by his father' (Webby).

Notes

  • Epigraph: 'Live thou, whose infamy, is not fame; / Live - dread no heavier chastisement from me, / Thou noteless blot' - Shelly.

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    y separately published work icon Sydney Times no. 13 26 September 1834 Z1635530 1834 newspaper issue 1834 pg. 4
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