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Published by A. Williams and Co. in Boston .
Written in English


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From verso of t.p.: Cambridge : Press of John Wilson and Son.

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Paginationxiv, [4], 207 p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24178896M
OCLC/WorldCa16408115

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Poetical Sketches is the first collection of poetry and prose by William Blake, written between and Forty copies were printed in with the help of Blake's friends, the artist John Flaxman and the Reverend Anthony Stephen Mathew, at the request of his wife Harriet Mathew. The book was never published for the public, with copies instead given as gifts to friends of the author and other interested . Writings of Charles Sprague: Now First Collected [Sprague, Charles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Writings of Charles Sprague: Now First Collected In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original Author: Charles Sprague. Charles Sprague, the famous poet, was born in Boston on Octo , and died there on January 22 His father, Samuel, born in Hingham, Massachusetts, was one of the party that threw the tea into Boston Harbor. Charles was educated at the Franklin School of Boston, and at the age of ten lost the use of his left eye by an accident.   The observance of the Sabbath began with the Puritans, as it still does with a great portion of their descendants, on Saturday night. At the going down of the sun on Saturday, all temporal affairs were suspended; and so zealously did our fathers maintain the letter, as well as the spirit of the law, that, according to a vulgar tradition in Connecticut, no beer was brewed in the latter part of.