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Issue Details: First known date: 1850... 1850 A Leaf from Charles Harpur's 'Wild Bee of Australia'
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  • Charles Harpur published his 'Wild Bee of Australia' poems in Australian newspapers under various series titles. According to Elizabeth Holt and Elizabeth Perkins in The Poems of Charles Harpur in Manuscript in the Mitchell Library and in Publication in the Nineteenth Century: An Analytical Finding List (Canberra: Australian Scholarly Editions Centre, 2002): xx the 'changed series title usually indicated that the items in the series were also varied.' The variant series titles are listed separately in AustLit.


Andrew Marvell i "Spirit, that lookest from the starry fold", Charles Harpur , 1845 single work poetry
— Appears in: Colonial Literary Journal and Weekly Miscellany of Useful Information , 20 March vol. 2 no. 39 1845; (p. 187) Thoughts: A Series of Sonnets 1845; (p. 9) The Layman's Prompter , 8 January no. 3 1850; (p. 22) The Oxford Book of Australasian Verse 1918; (p. 10) The Poetical Works of Charles Harpur 1984; (p. 422)
Rhymes to a Lady with a Copy of Love Poems i "Many and many a day and night", Charles Harpur , 1850 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Layman's Prompter , 8 March no. 5 1850; (p. 35)

— Appears in: The Poetical Works of Charles Harpur 1984; (p. 25-26) The Oxford Book of Australian Love Poems 1993; (p. 2)

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