3 edition of An elegy [...] the memory of Mason and Alpheus, sons of Mr. Elisha Hale, of Douglas found in the catalog.
An elegy [...] the memory of Mason and Alpheus, sons of Mr. Elisha Hale, of Douglas
|Other titles||What solemn news is this we hear.|
|Statement||By Samuel Webster, Sutto[n ...]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 46100.|
|Contributions||Webster, Samuel, 1718-1796.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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Get this from a library. An elegy the memory of Mason and Alpheus, sons of Mr. Elisha Hale, of Douglas: who were drowned, July 3,one in the 22d, the other in the 17th year of his age.
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An elegy. On the death of Capt. Annanias Valentine, Thomas Pinckney, Isaac Elliot, Jocamiah Cropsey, and Leonard Merrit, all respectable citizens of the town of Marlborough, who were unfortunately drowned on the flatts, in front of the town, in attempting to go on shore, on Friday morning, the 12th of December,in a violent storm of wind and rain.
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"Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard" is a reflection on death—that is, the speaker speculates about the former lives of those people who are buried in the churchyard and wonders if anyone thinks of them now that they are gone.
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