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Poetic garland of flowers, 1861 and later.

Author: Eliza Scott
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Manuscript, in a single hand, of a collection of several hundred poems on flowers by various authors, including many by Eliza Scott, the compiler, as well as by her relation, Marianne Scott. These poems include The lovers' wreath; On seeing a thistle in a beautiful garden; The daisy; and Departed flowers. Other poets include Robert Burns; William Gifford; Thomas Moore; James Montgomery; and George Croly. Two printed  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Named Person: Robert Burns; George Croly; William Gifford; Thomas Moore; James Montgomery; Eliza Scott
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Eliza Scott
OCLC Number: 702176770
Language Note: In English.
Notes: Note at end of first volume: Poems signed MS & LS are written by Marianne and Eliza Scott, Bloomhill.
Index at end of first volume.
Pasted into second volume: fragment of fern.
Written on flyleaf: Eliza Scott. Bloomhill. August. 1861.
On title page of first volume: Poetic Garland of Flowers. Vol. 22. On facing page: colored painting of roses.
On title page of second volume: Poetic Garland of Flowers. Vol. III. The title is decorated in colors and gilt. Pasted in on facing page: colored embossed cutout of a bouquet of flowers.
title pages are illuminated.
Binding: full red morocco; gilt decoration.
Description: 2 v. ; 19 x 12 cm.

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Manuscript, in a single hand, of a collection of several hundred poems on flowers by various authors, including many by Eliza Scott, the compiler, as well as by her relation, Marianne Scott. These poems include The lovers' wreath; On seeing a thistle in a beautiful garden; The daisy; and Departed flowers. Other poets include Robert Burns; William Gifford; Thomas Moore; James Montgomery; and George Croly. Two printed poems appear at the end of the first volume; one titled The transplanted flower is by E. S., Bloomhill, 1869. Pasted into the second volume is a newspaper clipping of a poem titled The flowering staff, by Marianne Lester, Brynhyfryd, Meliden.

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