Poems in two volumes



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English: The title page of Poems in two volumes, the series of works by William Wordsworth. Original work was published before 1923 (US) and unknown authorship before 1939 (UK). It would be impractical, and I believe impossible, to find who originally held the copyright, and its status now.
Date 1807 (scanned 2007)
Source Google books
Author Google's scan; unknown original author
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