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    A portrait: a poem beginning "Like the hush of golden eves". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1874 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. II, p. 261, May, 1874
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    Dash's tale: a poem beginning "Jack Jenkins was a jovial soul - a cheery heart of oak". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1874 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. II, p. 336, June, 1874
    Journal Article
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    Sundry sonnets No. 1. Trust: "With strength of righteous purpose in the heart". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1881 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, p. 100, February, 1881
    Journal Article
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    Sundry Sonnets: No. II. Love. "O Love! O Love! how wondrous sad art thou". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1881 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, p. 144, March, 1881
    Journal Article
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    Sundry sonnets. No. III. Strife: "A tone of pride or petulance repressed". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1881 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, p. 220, April, 1881
    Journal Article
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    Sundry sonnets: No. IV. Mary Magdalen. "In wordless sorrow to His feet she crept". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1881 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, p. 235, May, 1881
    Journal Article
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    Sundry sonnets. No. 5. Happiness: a poem beginning "The heart that wears an ever-sunny mood". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1881 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, p. 298, June, 1881
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    A Bonnie Blossom: a poem beginning "Little blossom! Little blossom!". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1881 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, pp. 369-370, July, 1881
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    Sundry Sonnets. No. VI. A vision: a poem beginning "I see thee in mind-pictures of the night". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1881 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, p. 370, July, 1881
    Journal Article
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    Sundry Sonnets, No. VII. Mary, Model of Humility: beginning "Humblest of all! who aye to God appealed". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1882 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. X, p. 383, May, 1882
    Journal Article
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    What the years hold: a poem beginning "Where high above the river's way". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1884 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XII, p. 158, March, 1884
    Journal Article
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    My nest: a poem beginning "Full half my span of life had sped". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1888 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XVI, pp. 209-210, April, 1888
    Journal Article
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    Could William Shakespeare have written the plays? by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1901 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The New Ireland review, Vol. XV, pp. 280-288, July, 1901
    Journal Article
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    Charity: a poem beginning "To veil an erring brother's scar or stain". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1911 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXIX, p. 462, August, 1911
    Journal Article
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    Erin: a poem beginning "O wondrous stories of thy Bards of old". by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1912 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XL, p. 140, March, 1912
    Journal Article
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    A ramble through poet-land. by Harding, Edward

    Published: 1875 “…Harding, Edward…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. III, pp. 453-464, July, 1875
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    Obituary: Edward Harding (of Cork). by Cn., J.

    Published: 1913
    Citation: The Irish book lover, Vol. IV, p. 176, May, 1913
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