Jane Jones Davies commonplace book : manuscript, 1826-1835.

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Davies, Jane Jones. Jane Jones Davies commonplace book : manuscript, 1826-1835.

Jane Jones Davies commonplace book : manuscript, 1826-1835.

Poems, many by Jane Jones Davies, others by Bishop Heber, W.L. Bowles, Mrs. Felicia Hemans, James Montgomery, Bernard Barton, Mrs. Barbauld, Mrs. Opie, Mrs. Rowe, Jens Baggesen, Herbert Knowles, Sharon Turner, R.M. Cheyne, H. Grove, Thomas Jones, Henry Thompson, C.H. Townsend, and others; with a few dialogues on religious topics and prose passages. Numerous poems written on the occasion of deaths, several on the death of Bishop Heber; several poems on the New Year.

1 v. (86 leaves) : paper ; 23 cm.

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