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Mirror of the Times, or Gleaner in Rhymes single work   poetry   "COUNSEL. What liquor witness do you quaff?"
Is part of The Gleaner 1835 sequence poetry
Issue Details: First known date: 1837... 1837 Mirror of the Times, or Gleaner in Rhymes
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  • Epigraph 1: To cope with 'many minds' enough / In rhyme, we give you OTHER'S stuff. Epigraph 2: On principles laid down, the Times / Gives Readers great and small, / The other Journals' news in rhymes, / Who reads the Times, reads all.
  • Author's note: 'A Dialogue in the supreme Court'.
  • Sub titled: 'Pot Valiant'

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Sydney Times vol. 4 no. 10 11 March 1837 Z1641910 1837 newspaper issue 1837 pg. 3
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