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Text: Robert Southey, ‘The well of St. Keyne’ in several compilations

Type of text
poem
Contributor

author: SOUTHEY, Robert  (1774-1843)

Main language(s)
English
Notes
The poem was first published in the London Morning Post, 3 December 1798.
Contained in

Miscellaneous tales: no. 4 (London: York & Son, n.d.)

Popular lantern readings: volume I (Birmingham: Alfred Pumphrey, 1880s), pp. 94-96

Scott's notes by the way for the lantern: the reciter's companion (Kingston-upon-Hull and Leeds: James Scott and R. Scott, n.d.), pp. 170-171

Lantern readings original and selected: vol. I (1873), pp. 251-252

Lantern readings original and selected: volume I (5th edition) (Birmingham: Alfred Pumphrey, c.1874), pp. 251-252

Associated slide sets

reading for The well of St Keyne (recitation: Alfred Pumphrey, 3 slides, in/before 1873)

reading for The well of St Keyne (recitation: York & Son, 4 slides, in/before 1888)

reading for The well of St Keyne (recitation: manufacturer unknown, 6 slides, in/before 1894)

Collections

copy in MLS Slide Readings Library, item 90942   Open PDF file

copy in MLS Slide Readings Library, item 92855

Lucerna ID 4005088

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 28 October 2012

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