The Resource A song of faith : devout exercises, and sonnets, by Sir Aubrey De Vere, bart

A song of faith : devout exercises, and sonnets, by Sir Aubrey De Vere, bart

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A song of faith : devout exercises, and sonnets
Title
A song of faith
Title remainder
devout exercises, and sonnets
Statement of responsibility
by Sir Aubrey De Vere, bart
Creator
Contributor
Dedicatee
Former owner
Publisher
Printer
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1788-1846
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De Vere, Aubrey
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1796-1854
  • 1795-1876
  • 1770-1850
  • 1797-1864
  • 1842-1928
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  • Pickering, William
  • Whittingham, Charles
  • Wordsworth, William
  • Watts, Alaric Alexander
  • Nutter, Charles S.
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  • Religious poetry, English
  • Sonnets
  • Christian poetry, English
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A song of faith : devout exercises, and sonnets, by Sir Aubrey De Vere, bart
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  • Signatures : [A] B-T ; wove paper
  • ca. 186 poems, arranged into the following sections : "A song of faith" ; "Devout exercises" and "Sonnets" ; Sonnets further divided into : "Religious and moral" ; "On character and events" ; "Descriptive" ; "Personal" ; "Historical" ; "On the Lord's prayer"
  • "Contents" -- p. [vii]-xiii
  • Printer's note : "Printed by C. Whittingham, Chiswick" -- t.p. verso
  • Dedication : "To William Wordsworth, Esq." : "My dear Sir : To know that you have perused many of the folowing poems with pleasure ... cause[s] me unmingled happiness ..." -- p. [v]
  • "Preface to Song of faith" : "The author ... may be charged with presumption for having undertaken a subject which more properly lies within the province of men professionally instructed on matters pertaining to religion ... It may also be urged that the nature of the work is too argumentative for poetry ... It is, however, in character of laymen ... that the author has ventured to embrace in verse, feelings and convictions ... our ancient, ecclesiastic writers have impressed upon him ..." -- p. [1]-3
  • Bound in blue, diaper grain linen ; gathering of 8 leaves tipped into front, bearing advertisement for Pickering ; t. p. bears Pickering's Aldine device and motto ; spine bears paper lettering piece, with printed title and author name
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, [2], 286 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
STH copy : bears author's inscription to Alaric Watts : "Alaric A. Watts, From Sir Aubrey de Vere" -- front pastedown ; C. S. Nutter's bookplate -- front pastedown.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
A song of faith : devout exercises, and sonnets, by Sir Aubrey De Vere, bart
Link
Publication
Note
  • Signatures : [A] B-T ; wove paper
  • ca. 186 poems, arranged into the following sections : "A song of faith" ; "Devout exercises" and "Sonnets" ; Sonnets further divided into : "Religious and moral" ; "On character and events" ; "Descriptive" ; "Personal" ; "Historical" ; "On the Lord's prayer"
  • "Contents" -- p. [vii]-xiii
  • Printer's note : "Printed by C. Whittingham, Chiswick" -- t.p. verso
  • Dedication : "To William Wordsworth, Esq." : "My dear Sir : To know that you have perused many of the folowing poems with pleasure ... cause[s] me unmingled happiness ..." -- p. [v]
  • "Preface to Song of faith" : "The author ... may be charged with presumption for having undertaken a subject which more properly lies within the province of men professionally instructed on matters pertaining to religion ... It may also be urged that the nature of the work is too argumentative for poetry ... It is, however, in character of laymen ... that the author has ventured to embrace in verse, feelings and convictions ... our ancient, ecclesiastic writers have impressed upon him ..." -- p. [1]-3
  • Bound in blue, diaper grain linen ; gathering of 8 leaves tipped into front, bearing advertisement for Pickering ; t. p. bears Pickering's Aldine device and motto ; spine bears paper lettering piece, with printed title and author name
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, [2], 286 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
STH copy : bears author's inscription to Alaric Watts : "Alaric A. Watts, From Sir Aubrey de Vere" -- front pastedown ; C. S. Nutter's bookplate -- front pastedown.
Specific material designation
remote

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