'This is what I wish my foemen': a poem by Algernon Charles Swinburne; [1863-1865?]. Autograph draft, written on both sides of one octavo leaf of white laid mourning paper (f. 25) (no watermark) and on one side only of another (f. 26) (watermark '[ ]... [1863-1865?]

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'This is what I wish my foemen': a poem by Algernon Charles Swinburne; [1863-1865?]. Autograph draft, written on both sides of one octavo leaf of white laid mourning paper (f. 25) (no watermark) and on one side only of another (f. 26) (watermark '[ ]..., 1863-1865

'This is what I wish my foemen': a poem by Algernon Charles Swinburne; [1863-1865?]. Autograph draft, written on both sides of one octavo leaf of white laid mourning paper (f. 25) (no watermark) and on one side only of another (f. 26) (watermark '[ ]... [1863-1865?]

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