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Lot 377
POETS - NINETEENTH-CENTURY. COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPH POETICAL MANUSCRIPTS etc., by Southey, Landor, Rogers etc.
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POETS - NINETEENTH-CENTURY
COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPH POETICAL MANUSCRIPTS etc., by Robert Southey (six lines beginning 'Take from and old Man's hand this faithful strain...', signed - not in Poems, 1909); Walter Savage Landor (two epitaphs, 10 lines in all, both in Latin, one for Francis Hare, the other for Princess Anna, daughter of the King of Saxony), Samuel Rogers (2), James Montgomery (6), Sabine Baring-Gould; Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord John Russell (prime minister, draft), Noel Paton (and a signed photograph), John Bowring (3), George A. Sala, S.C. Hall (draft), Alfred Austin (quotation from 'A Song From the West'), Henry Currie Marrillier ('Who killed Rossetti...'), Ebenezer Elliott (3), Bernard Barton (3 and a letter), Robert Lord Lytton, Francis Jeffrey (written for the Edinburgh Music Festival 1824 with the refrain 'Sir Walter Scott'), Barry Cornwall ('Bryan Proctor', 4), Mark Lemon (2), Samuel Warren, Hugh MacDonald, John Anster (2, one from the Grove, Highgate [? Coleridge's address]), Thomas Miller, Edward Oxenford, Martin Tupper (and a good unsigned framed photograph by Maull and Polyblank), T.N. Talfourd, Robert Anderson, Halliwell Phillipps (quotation from Hamlet), Lamon Blanchard, Sir Alfred Lyall, Thomas Haynes Bayley (group), Charles Hamilton Aidé, Alfred Forrester, Lewis Morris, Charles Kenney, Charles Sillery, John Wilson ('Christopher North', 2 and a letter), Thomas Roscoe, Robert Story (2), Edward Moran, Samuel Bamford, James Smith, Francis Hastings Doyle, Arthur Munby, Andrew Park, Alexander Anderson and others
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