'Spiritual hymns'

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Thursday, 8 December 1825: "Knox, a young poet of considerable talent, died here a week or two since [...] succeeding to good farms under the Duke of Buccleuch [he] became too soon his own Master and plunged into dissipation and ruin. His poetical talent -- a very fine one -- then shewd itself in a fine strain of pensive poetry calld I think The Lonely Hearth [...] I am a bad promoter of subscriptions but I wished to do what I could for this lad whose talent I really admired [...] I tried to help him but there were temptations he could never resist [...] His last works were Spiritual hymns and which he wrote very well [...] all his works are grave and pensive a style".

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Knox died on 12 November 1825, aged 36 (see p.29 n.4 in source).

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Accessed on 2020/05/25 23:37:10

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Scott, Walter
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The Journal of Sir Walter Scott
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Reading experience
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Evidence

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Source

The Journal of Sir Walter Scott

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Knox died on 12 November 1825, aged 36 (see p.29 n.4 in source).

How to cite this record

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The Journal of Sir Walter Scott
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/87070
Accessed on 2020/05/25 23:37:10

Related people
Scott, Walter
Related text or manuscript
The Journal of Sir Walter Scott
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subscriptions but I wished to do what I could for this lad whose talent I really admired [...] I 
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