A. AUTOGRAPH POEMS, etc., of James Henry Leigh Hunt, viz. :-1. " A Calendar of Observers, or Specimens of the greater or less enjoyment which people derive from the world they live in, according to the number and healthiness of their perceptions in p... 1818-1867

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A. AUTOGRAPH POEMS, etc., of James Henry Leigh Hunt, viz. :-1. " A Calendar of Observers, or Specimens of the greater or less enjoyment which people derive from the world they live in, according to the number and healthiness of their perceptions in p..., 1818-1867

A. AUTOGRAPH POEMS, etc., of James Henry Leigh Hunt, viz. :-1. " A Calendar of Observers, or Specimens of the greater or less enjoyment which people derive from the world they live in, according to the number and healthiness of their perceptions in p... 1818-1867

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