Issue Details: First known date: 1845... vol. 5 no. 111 6 September 1845 of The Weekly Register of Politics, Facts and General Literature est. 1843-1845 The Weekly Register of Politics, Facts and General Literature
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The Scamper of Lifei"Avast, ye restless things! where are you all thus running to?", Charles Harpur , 1845 single work poetry (p. 111)
  • This version has eight three line stanzas and 24 lines in total.
  • Written as: C. H.
  • Epigraph: All run / they know not whither - in a chaise and one. - Pope
Untitled, 1845 single work review
— Review of Leichhardt's Grave : An Elegiac Ode on the Scarcely Doubtful Fate of the Amiable and Talented Naturalist, Leichhardt, Whose Life There is too Much Reason to Fear has been Sacrificed in the Cause of Science, Whilst Endeavouring to Effect an Overland Route to Port Essington Robert Lynd 1845 single work lyric/song poetry ;
(p. 111)
The Home-Bound Shipi"Morn brightened into rich and cloudless day,", Henry Parkes , 1845 single work poetry
On leaving Sydney to return to England.
(p. 113)
Note: Written as: H. Parkes

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