Lines addressed to a Lady who had suffered much and long affliction

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Lines addressed to a Lady who had suffered much and long affliction

Reading experience
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Evidence

[Item transcribed into a commonplace book]: [Title] "Lines addressed to a Lady who had suffered much and long affliction"; [Text] "Reviewing June"s perennial flight/ We mark some lovely hours/ Like stars amidst a stormy night/ Or winter blooming flowers ...; 1st In happier hours my pleasure all day/ Was to rove with the thoughtless and dance with the gay/ Through life as I sported no clouds could I see/ And the hearts that were gayest were dearest to me/ But now in affliction how chang"d is the view/ Tho" gay hearts are many sincere ones are few. 2nd Tho" some come around us to laugh and to jest/ In sickness or sorrow they shrink from the test/ ... 3rd But thou in my sorrow still faithfully came/ And tho" I am alter"d, I find you the same..." [total = 2 x 4 line verses followed by 3 x 6 lines verses labelled "1st", "2nd", "3rd"]

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Reader
Erskine, Magdalene Sharpe-
Aged 23-84 [Experience was between 1810 and 1871, born in 1787]

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Identity of author is tentative.<br/> A commonplace book containing 69 items, mainly in one hand. On the basis of writing style, nature of contents, dates of entries (1827-1871) and of the material selected (mainly poets from the late 18th to mid-19th century), and the watermark date (1810), the most likely identity of the main hand is Magdalene Sharpe-Erskine, the youngest child of the main generation who collected the Dunimarle Library. Fourteen of the items are exclusively or mainly prose, the rest are poetry. Most are in English. About half the items are given, by the complier, as anonymous and about a third have no title. In each case some 6 have been identified from other sources.

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Lines addressed to a Lady who had suffered much and long affliction

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-10049

Evidence

[Item transcribed into a commonplace book]: [Title] "Lines addressed to a Lady who had suffered much and long affliction"; [Text] "Reviewing June"s perennial flight/ We mark some lovely hours/ Like stars amidst a stormy night/ Or winter blooming flowers ...; 1st In happier hours my pleasure all day/ Was to rove with the thoughtless and dance with the gay/ Through life as I sported no clouds could I see/ And the hearts that were gayest were dearest to me/ But now in affliction how chang"d is the view/ Tho" gay hearts are many sincere ones are few. 2nd Tho" some come around us to laugh and to jest/ In sickness or sorrow they shrink from the test/ ... 3rd But thou in my sorrow still faithfully came/ And tho" I am alter"d, I find you the same..." [total = 2 x 4 line verses followed by 3 x 6 lines verses labelled "1st", "2nd", "3rd"]

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TST4
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TFO27
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TPR215

Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Erskine, Magdalene Sharpe-
Aged 23-84 [Experience was between 1810 and 1871, born in 1787]

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