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    Mater Admirabilis: a poem beginning "Come into the wide old corridor". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1874 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. II, pp. 662-663, November, 1874
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    A legend of St. Nicholas: a poem beginning "The pagan king on his couch reclined". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1880 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. VIII, pp. 15-16, January, 1880
    Journal Article
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    Margery's dream: a poem beginning "Pretty fair-haired Margery sitteth on the cliff". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1880 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. VIII, pp. 467-468, September, 1880
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    The lay of the Easter eggs: a poem beginning "Scarlet and purple, pink and gray". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1881 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, p. 213, April, 1881
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    Perdidi diem: a poem beginning "To-day from early pearly dawn". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1881 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, pp. 469-470, September, 1881
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    A poet's window: a poem beginning "Around my study window". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1883 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XI, p. 499, September, 1883
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    A sea shell from the Irish coast: a poem beginning "They place it in my tender hands". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1884 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XII, pp. 181-182, April, 1884
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    Tracking the gulls: a poem beginning "Here by the same wide, wonderful sea". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1884 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XII, pp. 446-447, September, 1884
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    The trinity in the taper: a poem beginning "Lo! the while the candle burns". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1885 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XIII, p. 139, March, 1885
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    An autumnal lyric: a poem beginning "The flowers blossom but to fade". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1885 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XIII, p. 588, November, 1885
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    Estrada's spouse: a poem beginning "Within her palace, in the Hall of mirrors". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1886 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XIV, pp. 192-194, April, 1886
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    True and false science: a poem beginning "A fair child found a diamond in the sands". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1888 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XVI, p. 334, June, 1888
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    Margery Kenrick's diamonds: (A story). by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1892 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XX, pp. 617-638, December, 1892
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    The Chinese lily - a symbol: a poem beginning "An ivory table carved and chaste". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1893 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXI, p. 179, April, 1893
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    The sphynx of the sea: a poem beginning "Not to Egyptian sands alone belongs". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1893 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXI, p. 442, August, 1893
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    My best company: a poem beginning "Who could be lonely by this glorious sea". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1893 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXI, p. 594, November, 1893
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    Her darling virtue: a poem beginning "Her virgin purity was dearer far". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1894 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXII, p. 554, October, 1894
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    The Ballad of St. Matthew's call: a poem beginning "That you may know the Son of Man". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1896 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXIV, pp. 460-461, September, 1896
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    The refiner's test: a poem beginning "'Tis whisper'd of St. Eloy's laboratory". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1897 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXV, p. 496, September, 1897
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    Allaire: a poem beginning "The corn is springing close to the sea". by Donnelly, Eleanor C.

    Published: 1898 “…Donnelly, Eleanor C.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXVI, pp. 465-466, September, 1898
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