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Lord Byron : autograph manuscript signed : Chelsea, 1830 Apr. 27.

Author: Thomas Faulkner
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Autograph Letters of Lord Byron, his family and friends (MA 52) item 16
Summary:
Being a poem of 24 lines, beginning "Campbell! Campbell!, thy foolish man;" censuring Thomas Campbell's championship of Lady Byron in the controversy over Moore's "Life of Byron"; including a two line quotation above the poem in Latin from Juvenal: "Semper ego auditor tantum? numquamne reponam, vexatus toties?"
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Named Person: Thomas Campbell; Thomas Campbell
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Faulkner
OCLC Number: 270482940
Notes: Thomas Campbell was a Scottish poet and Editor of the New Monthly Magazine from 1821-1830.
Part of a collection of autograph letters written by Lord Byron, Lady Byron, Catherine Gordon Byron, Contessa Guiccioli, Ada King Lovelace and others from 1788 to 1855. Items in the collection have been described individually in separate catalog records; see collection-level record for more information.
Description: 1 item (1 p.) ; 22.6 cm

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Being a poem of 24 lines, beginning "Campbell! Campbell!, thy foolish man;" censuring Thomas Campbell's championship of Lady Byron in the controversy over Moore's "Life of Byron"; including a two line quotation above the poem in Latin from Juvenal: "Semper ego auditor tantum? numquamne reponam, vexatus toties?"

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