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Campbell, Graham, Mrs.

One hundred voices from nature, or, Apples of gold in a net-work of silver / by Mrs. Graham Campbell ...

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One hundred voices from nature

Apples of gold in a net-work of silver

Cheltenham : Published for the authoress ; London : Longman & Co., 1861.
London : J. Davy & Sons, printers
Physical Description:
vi, [2], 132 pages, [2] leaves of plates : color illustrations ; 18 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PR4409.C86 O54 1861
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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English Catalogue of books, volume 1, page 120
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in publisher's blind- and gold-stamped blue cloth. Binder's label: Bound by G.R. Moore, 61, St. Martins Lane. Publisher's advertisements, [2] pages at end.
Nature poetry. Campbell provides a "Classified index," arranging each of her 100 poems according to the Animal Kingdom (including antelope, bees, ostrich, spider and birds), Vegetable Kingdom (including cactus, flowers, mosses, grasses and misseltoe) and "Miscellaneous." This third section includes poems on the Aurora Borealis, rocks, memory, stars and "The Comet," presumably referring to a sighting by the author of the Great Comet of 1860. Includes chromoxylographed illustrations of a Goldfinch and a Guinea Fowl.
Subject Terms:
Animals -- Poetry.
Natural history -- Poetry.
Plants -- Poetry.
Women in natural history.
Publishers' bindings (Binding)
Longman & Co., publisher.
J. Davy & Sons, printer.

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