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PATER, W. H., Coleridge, S. T., iv. 102; Dante Gabriel Rossetti, iv. 633.
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SWINBURNE, A. C., Collins, iii. 278.
TAYLOR, Sir Henry, Rogers, iv. 89; Southey, iv. 155; Campbell, iv. 229.
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