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Lines on Her Birthday. single work   poetry   "This day it is my sister dear"
Date: 21 Sep 1834 Note: Poem attributed to 'Editor'
Issue Details: First known date: 1834... 1834 Lines on Her Birthday.
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'Asks her to come to Australia, and perhaps be cured' (Webby).


  • Author's note: ' Addressed to an amiable and beloved Sister in England, who has been many years afflicted with that distressing complaint called "the Dumb-Gout"'.

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Sydney Times no. 17 10 October 1834 Z1635685 1834 newspaper issue 1834 pg. 2
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