Prospectus for 'The Every-Day Book'

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Prospectus for 'The Every-Day Book'

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"Had a double Polanthus & single white Hepatica sent me from Stamford round which was rapped a curious prospectus of an ""Every day book"" by W. Hone. If such a thing was well got up it woud make one of the finest things ever published [...] there is a fine quotation from Herrick for a motto how delightful is the freshness of these old poets it is meeting with green spots in deserts"

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Related place
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Accessed on 2019/11/19 23:43:34

Related place
England
Related people
Clare, John
Related text or manuscript
The Natural History Prose Writings of John Clare
Related place
England
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