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Autograph letters signed from Charles Cowden Clarke to various people 1845-1874.

Author: Charles Cowden ClarkeJohn Payne CollierW C BennettEdward MoxonSamuel TimminsAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondents: W.C. Bennett, [Edward] Moxon, Samuel Timmins, Dawson Turner, J. Reynell Wreford, and an unidentified person. Most items to Bennett, (1-10) praise his poems; several mention Leigh Hunt and John Keats; (13-16) concern the Clarke concordance to Shakespeare; (17) contains 3 newspaper articles, 1847-1851, about the sale of Shakespeare's Birthplace. Enclosed in (4) is a printed poem by Bennett, entitled  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Poems
Manuscripts
Clippings
Correspondence Manuscripts
Concordances Manuscripts
Named Person: Charles Cowden Clarke; W C Bennett; Edward Moxon; Samuel Timmins; Dawson Turner; John Reynell Wreford; John Payne Collier; Leigh Hunt; John Keats; William Shakespeare; Mary Cowden Clarke
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Cowden Clarke; John Payne Collier; W C Bennett; Edward Moxon; Samuel Timmins; Dawson Turner; John Reynell Wreford
OCLC Number: 299094219
Notes: Poem by Bennett listed in the Folger index of first lines. First line: Thou glorious earth -- oh, God and didst thou mean.
Description: 19 items.
Other Titles: Thou, O God, art love.
Thou glorious earth -- oh, God and didst thou mean

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Correspondents: W.C. Bennett, [Edward] Moxon, Samuel Timmins, Dawson Turner, J. Reynell Wreford, and an unidentified person. Most items to Bennett, (1-10) praise his poems; several mention Leigh Hunt and John Keats; (13-16) concern the Clarke concordance to Shakespeare; (17) contains 3 newspaper articles, 1847-1851, about the sale of Shakespeare's Birthplace. Enclosed in (4) is a printed poem by Bennett, entitled "Thou, O God, art love." Also includes a letter from J.P. Collier to Cowden Clarke, April 18, 1845, endorsed by Clarke.

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