Sonnets addressed to & MS written by B. R. Haydon from 1817 to 1841. Twenty four years. Copied for fun. 1844 : London : manuscript largely in Haydon's hand and partly in that of his daughter Mary, 1844.

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Sonnets addressed to & MS written by B. R. Haydon from 1817 to 1841. Twenty four years. Copied for fun. 1844 : London : manuscript largely in Haydon's hand and partly in that of his daughter Mary, 1844.

Contains: Keats, four sonnets (two transcribed by Haydon and two by Mary); Wordsworth, three sonnets (transcribed by Haydon), and sonnets and poems by George Stanley (2), Francis Bennoch, Elizabeth Barrett, Mary Russell Mitford (2), John Hamilton Reynolds, Walter Farquhar Hook, Sir John Hanmer, baron, and with an anonymous sonnet in Italian.

1 item (9 leaves (11 pages of text)) ; (fol.)

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