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1855—I have looked over Gerald Massey's Poems


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[begin surface 1] 1855— I have looked over Gerald Massey's Poems.—London.—They seem to me zealous, candid, warlike, —intended, as they surely are, to get up a strong feeling against the British aristocracy both in their social and governmental political capacity.— Massey, I hear, is a youngish man, a radical, an editor now I believe in one of the provincial towns.—His early life laborious, a workman in a factory I think.— [begin surface 2]
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