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Stanzas : On Seeing a Young Widow at the Funeral of Her Late Husband, Monday, 4th February, 1867, at Petersham single work   poetry   "Would she could weep, for then her anguished heart"
Issue Details: First known date: 1867... 1867 Stanzas : On Seeing a Young Widow at the Funeral of Her Late Husband, Monday, 4th February, 1867, at Petersham
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Notes

  • The subject of this poem might have been Mary Winifred McConville, the young wife of Charles Peter McConville, whose funeral was held at Petersham cemetery on 4 February, 1867. Mary McConville was the daughter of Sydney journalist and newspaper proprietor George Ferrers Pickering, who at the time was also a New South Wales M.L.A.

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    y separately published work icon The Empire 11 February 1867 Z1820128 1867 newspaper issue 1867 pg. 5
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