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Author: Philip James Bailey
ISBN: 1425576087
Subcategory: Americas
Pages 666 pages
Publisher Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library (January 1, 1860)
Language English
Category: History
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by Philip James Bailey


by. Bailey, Philip James, 1816-1902; Billings, Hammatt, 1818-1874, illus. New York, James Miller.

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We women have four seasons, like the year, Our spring is in our lightsome girlish days, When the heart laughs within us for sheer joy ; Ere yet we know what love is or the ill Of being loved by those whom we love not. Summer is when we love and are beloved, And seems short ; from its very splendor seems To pass the quickest ; crowned with flowers it flies.

Philip James Bailey (22 April 1816 – 6 September 1902) was an English Spasmodic poet, best known as the author of Festus. Bailey was born on 22 April 1816 in Nottingham, the only son of Thomas Bailey by his first wife, Mary Taylor

Philip James Bailey (22 April 1816 – 6 September 1902) was an English Spasmodic poet, best known as the author of Festus. Bailey was born on 22 April 1816 in Nottingham, the only son of Thomas Bailey by his first wife, Mary Taylor. He was brought up on the poetry of Lord Byron. Educated in Nottingham, he was tutored in classics by Benjamin Carpenter, a Unitarian minister. Aged 15, he matriculated at Glasgow University.

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by Philip James Bailey (Author). The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. ISBN-13: 978-0559648434.

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Festus: A Poem

William Pickering, 1845 - English poetry - 396 pages. Appears in 23 books from 1814-1905. Page 94 - America ! half-brother of the world ! With something good and bad of every land ; Greater than thee have lost their seat- Greater scarce none can stand. Philip James Bailey (22 April 1816 – 6 September 1902) was an English Spasmodic poet, best known as the author of Festus. Books by Philip James Bailey. Mor. rivia About Festus: A Poem.

by Philip James Bailey. After travel, homelier life, A country merry-making, a village feast May even please, where, with the local world We mix in private; seriously converse Of light things, lightly enough of serious. Skilled To revive dead lore, and magnify extinct Arts, and extol symbolic wisdom, here The world-man in the student finds a friend.

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