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|Named Person:||George Thomas Staunton, Sir; Francis Austen, Sir.; James King|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J W Wakely
|Notes:||At head of printed subscriber list (p. i) is name of brother of Jane Austen, for 5 copies: Austen, Vice Admiral, Sir Francis, K.C.B., Portsdown Lodge.
"Since this poem was sent to press, I have been favored with the sight of a poem published some time since, entitled, 'Leigh Park, ' by Mr. J. King. Had I known that, that poem was in existence, I would not have attempted this ... It is the height of my ambition if this poem contains any of the beauty and harmonious language of that"--"Postscript."
|Description:||33,  pages ; 18 cm|
To Sir G.T. Staunton, Bart., M.P., L.L.D., F.R.S. --
An essay on poetry --
Portsdown Hill: a poem --
|Responsibility:||by J.W. Wakely.|