3 edition of Miscellany poems. By Mrs. Jane Adams in Crawfordsdyke found in the catalog.
Miscellany poems. By Mrs. Jane Adams in Crawfordsdyke
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[Jane Adams]. Jean Adam (or Adams) (30 April – 3 April ) was a Scottish poet from the labouring classes; her best-known work is "There's Nae Luck Aboot The Hoose". In she published a volume of her poetry entitled Miscellany poems, but the cost of shipping a substantial number to the British colony of Boston in North America, where they did not sell well, forced her to turn first to teaching.
Adam, Jean (–)Scottish poet. Name variations: Mrs. Jane Adam; Mrs. Jane Adams. Born in Crawfordsdyke, Renfrewshire, Scotland; died April 3,in ed young; employed as governess; began publishing poems by subscription under title Miscellany Poems, by Mrs.
Jane Adams, in Crawfordsdyke (); shortly thereafter, opened a girls' school in Crawford Bridge; when. Having the use of the manse library, she gave herself a fair education, and wrote many poems, which were collected and published for her in by Mrs.
Drummond, of Greenock, in a work entitled ‘Miscellany Poems, by Mrs. Jane Adams (her changed name). as Miscellany Poems, by Mrs Jane Adams, in Crawfordsdyke. Her enthusiasm for ameliorating the social position of women was evinced by her founding of a girlsÕ school in Scotland.
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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Miscellany Poems, on Several Occasions by Anne Kingsmill Finch, Countess of Winchilsea (). London: printed for J[ohn] B[arber] and sold by Benj. Tooke at the Middle-Temple-Gate, William Taylor in Pater-Noster-Row, and James Round, in Exchange-Alley, Cornhil, Miscellany poems.
By Mrs Jane Adams in Crawfordsdyke (Glasgow, ) "There's Nae Luck Aboot The Hoose" (song; attrib.) Resources "Adams, Jean." The Feminist Companion to Literature in English. Virginia Blain et al., eds. New Haven and London: Yale UP, Williamson, Karina.
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Unable to recapture the fleeting success she had had, Jean Adams died penniless in Glasgow’s Town’s Hospital, a workhouse, on 3 Aprilafter it was reported that she had been wandering about in the streets. Her works. Miscellany poems. By Mrs Jane Adams in Crawfordsdyke (Glasgow, ) “There’s Nae Luck Aboot The Hoose” (song.
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The Grateful Muse [from Miscellany Poems. By Mrs. Jane Adams in Crawfordsdyke] Printed by James Duncan, in the Salt-Market, near Gibson's-Wynd, Glasgow: Prefatory Note This Miscellany of Poetry,is issued to the public as a truly catholic anthology of contemporary poems here printed are new, in the sense that they have not previously been issued by their authors in book form — a fact which surely gives the Miscellany an unique place among modern collections.
My deep thanks are due to my fellow-contributors for their generous. in Miscellany Poems, the translations presented in Virgil's Eclogues form a complete set (indeed, the collection provides more than one version of some poems).
This would seem, then, to have been commissioned more systemati 2. See The Poems of John Dry den, ed. James Kinsley, 4 vols.
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55 simper “To glimmer, shimmer, twinkle” (OED). Source: Poems Upon Several Occasions (London, ), pp. [Google Books]. This 'Miscellany of Poetry, ', is issued to the public as a truly catholic anthology of contemporary poetry. The poems here printed are new, in the sense that they have not previously been issued by their authors in book form--a fact which surely gives the Miscellany an unique place among modern collections.
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