|Statement||now for the first time collected by Henry Lonsdale ; with a preface, memoir, and notes by Patrick Maxwell.|
|Series||Library of English literature -- LEL 12418.|
|Contributions||Lonsdale, Henry, 1816-1876., Maxwell, Patrick.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 262 p.|
|Number of Pages||262|
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COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. THE POETICAL WORKS OF MISS SUSANNA BLAMIRE. "To bid the memory of the great and good live for ever—to say to thename of Genius, 'ESTO PERPETUUM'—is the very grandest fiat that humanpower can issue; nor does man ever seem more deserving of immortalityhimself, than when, as far as in him lies, he thus worthily confers it uponothers."— Speech of Mr. The Poetical Works of Miss Susanna Blamire, "The Muse of Cumberland," now for the first time collected by Henry Lonsdale, M.D., with a preface, memoir, and notes by Patrick Maxwell () Songs "And ye shall walk in silk attire" "What ails this heart o'mine" Works about Blamire. The fruit of their labors was at length published: The Poetical Works of Miss Susanna Blamire, "The Muse of Cumberland," now for the first time collected by Henry Lonsdale, M.D., with a preface, memoir, and notes by Patrick Maxwell, Edinburgh, Born:
The fruit of their labours was at length published: 'The Poetical Works of Miss Susanna Blamire, "The Muse of Cumberland," now for the first time collected by Henry Lonsdale, M.D., with a preface, memoir, and notes by Patrick Maxwell,' Edinburgh, SUSANNA BLAMIRE ( — ) from The Poetical Works of Miss Susanna Blamire, “The Muse of Cumberland” () from Stoklewath Or, The Cumbrian Village; CHARLOTTE SMITH ( — ) from Elegiac Son nets. Third Edition, with Twenty Additional Sonnets () 1. [“The partial Muse, has from my earliest hours”] 3. To a nightingale 4. Miss Susanna Blamire was the youngest child, by his first marriage, of William Blamire, Esquire, of the Oaks, and Isabella Simpson, daughter of George Simpson, Esquire, of Thackwood, and Miss Richmond of High Head Castle, in the county of Cumberland. Susanna Blamire (–), poetess, was of good Cumberland family, and received the sobriquet of The Muse of Cumberland. Her poems, which were not collected until , depict Cumbrian life and manners with truth and vivacity.