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Listing for Reader: Mary Groom


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1800-1849Transcription of poem as 'The Song of Music'. 'Moore'.Mary Groom Thomas MooreThe Song Of MusicUnknown
1800-1849'The Fickleness of Love'. 'Moore'. [Transcription of poem].Mary Groom Thomas Moore'The Fickleness of Love'Unknown
1800-1849'A Reflection at Sea'. 'Moore'. [Transcription of poem].Mary Groom Thomas MooreA Reflection at SeaUnknown
1800-1849'Weep not for Those'. 'Moore'. [Transcription of poem].Mary Groom Thomas MooreWeep Not for ThoseUnknown
1800-1849'Stanzas'. 'Moore'. [Transcription of poem]'Go, let me weep there's bliss in tears /...'.Mary Groom Thomas MooreStanzasUnknown
1800-1849'Perpetual Adoration'. 'Moore'. [Transcription of poem]Mary Groom Thomas MoorePerpetual AdorationUnknown
1800-1849'The Inspiartion of Love'. 'Moore'.Mary Groom Thomas MooreThe Inspiration of LoveUnknown
1800-1849'The Meeting of the Waters'. 'Moore'.Mary Groom Thomas MooreThe Meeting of the WatersUnknown
1800-1849'The Tear / Moore' [transcription of text].Mary Groom Thomas MooreThe TearUnknown
1800-1849'The Wintery smile of Sorrow / Moore' [transcription of text].Mary Groom Thomas MooreThe Wintery Smile of SorrowUnknown
1800-1849'the infinity of god a Russian fragment translated by Mr Bowring' followed by transcript of text '-yes as a drop of wa...Mary Groom John BowringThe Infinity Of GodUnknown
1800-1849transcription of the poem headed 'the progress of poesy./ thos. gray'Mary Groom Thomas GrayThe Progress of PoesyUnknown
1800-1849transcript of the poem headed 'battle of hohenlinden / campbell'Mary Groom Thomas CampbellHohenlindenUnknown
1800-1849transcript of the poem headed 'battle of hohenlinden / campbell'Mary Groom Thomas CampbellThe dirge of wallaceUnknown
1800-1849transcript of the poem headed 'to mary'Mary Groom Bernard BartonTo MaryUnknown
1800-1849transcript of the poem headed 'winter / bernard barton'Mary Groom Bernard BartonWinterUnknown
1800-1849transcript of the poem headed 'the joy / addressed to a young friend / by bernard barton'Mary Groom Bernard BartonThe Joy /addressed to a young friendUnknown
1800-1849'death scene in gertrude of wyoming/ campbell'; there is also a footnote that gives the context of the scene in the tale.Mary Groom Thomas CampbellGertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian TaleUnknown
1800-1849'friendship, love & truth / montgomery'Mary Groom James MontgomeryFriendship, love and truthUnknown
1800-1849'stanzas. addressed to a friend on the birth of his first child. / montgomery'Mary Groom James MontgomeryStanzas, Addressed to a friend on the birth of his first childUnknown
1800-1849'poet's address to twilight / montgomery'Mary Groom James MontgomeryPoet's address to twilightUnknown
1800-1849'lucy / wordsworth she dwelt in the untrodden ways,beside the springs of dove...' Transcribes text but with significan...Mary Groom William WordsworthSong: she dwelt among th' untrodden waysUnknown
1800-1849'the sailor / rogers'Mary Groom Samuel RogersThe SailorUnknown
1800-1849'An Italian Song / Rogers' [transcription of poem]Mary Groom Samuel RogersAn Italian SongUnknown
1800-1849'coeurde lion at the bier of his father / new monthly magazine' [includes prose note] [transcription of poem]Mary Groom Felicia Dorothea HemansCoeur De Lion At The Bier Of His FatherPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'lines on the death of a general officer in the east indies / ladies monthly museum' 'the muffled drums dull moan /......Mary Groom anonLines On The Death Of A General Officer In The East IndiesPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Ode on Disapointment' 'Come, Disapointment, come! /...' [No author given]Mary Groom Henry Kirke WhiteOn DisapointmentUnknown
1800-1849''Affecting picture of Constancy and Love' 'Yes! There are real mourners- I have seen /...' [transcription of 'The Chu...Mary Groom George CrabbeThe ChurchUnknown
1800-1849'Where is the heart that is not bow'd /...' 'L.E.L'Mary Groom L.E. LandonLove's SlavesUnknown
1800-1849'Loves Last Lesson' 'Teach me if you can- Forgetfulness!'Mary Groom L.E. LandonLove's Last LessonUnknown
1800-1849'"Forget Thee?" By the Rev John Moultrie [transcript of poem].Mary Groom Rev. John MoultrieForget Thee?Unknown
1800-1849'Fairy Favours' [transcript of poem] 'Mrs Hemans'.Mary Groom Felicia Dorothea HemansFairy FavoursUnknown
1800-1849'The Heaven was Cloudless' [transcript of poem, no author given]Mary Groom Bernard BartonThe Heaven was CloudlessUnknown
1800-1849'Sketch from Real Life / Alaric A. Watts' [transcript of poem]Mary Groom Alaric A. WattsSketch From Real LifeUnknown
1800-1849'Verses / Spencer' 'Too late I staid, forgive the crime; /...' [transcript of poem]Mary Groom William Robert SpencerTo The Lady Anne HamiltonUnknown
1800-1849'Violets. a Sonnet / Bernard Barton' 'Beautiful are you in your lowliness/...[transcript of poem]Mary Groom Bernard BartonViolets. A SonnetUnknown


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