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Issue Details: First known date: 1834... no. 40 31 December 1834 of Sydney Times est. 1834 Sydney Times
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Lines, Addressed by Their Governess to the Young Ladies of the Australian Seminary, Parramattai"You ask me dear girls, some more verses to write,", 1834 single work poetry
'Gives them some farewell counsel' (Webby).
(p. 4)
Lines Written on the Night of Christmas Day, 1833, on Spending the Night amongst Cannibals and Heathens, and Still More Barbarous Englishmen in Cloudy Bay, New Zealand, with an Anthem on the Occasioni"To Christian eyes, and ears, and hearts how sad,", Nathaniel Lipscomb Kentish , 1834 single work poetry (p. 4)

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