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Issue Details: First known date: 1837... vol. 4 no. 17 29 April 1837 of Sydney Times est. 1834 Sydney Times
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  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed. Other material in this issue includes: Druiver's travel memoirs 'Exploring in Africa'.


* Contents derived from the 1837 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Untitledi"What pretty writing! let me c,", Nathaniel Lipscomb Kentish , 1837 single work poetry (p. 2)
Lines, Written at the Breakfast Table, October 15th, 1834.i"Two gents having fought, as brave gentlemen ought,", 1834 single work poetry
'Predicts the spread of duelling amongst all classes' (Webby).
(p. 2)
Lines Addressed to Ivon D. V. H.i"I feel the hand of cold decay", Druiver , 1837 single work poetry
'On his loneliness and sorrow - will welcome death' (Webby).
(p. 4)
Emigrant's Farewell to Scotlandi"We return no more, we return no more,", N. C. (fl. 1837) , 1837 single work poetry
'Shall always love it' (Webby).
(p. 4)
Untitledi"Would that all sense were dead, for in mine ear", Ferdinand , 1837 single work poetry
'Remembers with shame his love for a now rejected, wanton woman' (Webby).
(p. 4)

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