PANLOG: All About All Translate this page Baroness of Dandalk, Baroness of Glastonbury 1667-1743 KENDALL Edward Calvin 1886-1972KENDALL Edward Calvin 1886-1972 Kendall Henry 1839-1882 KENDALL Henry W http://panlog.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?c=k%
Australian Authors - Henry Kendall (1839-1882) Henry Kendall (18391882) Brief Biography. Henry Kendall was born in1839 near Milton on the NSW coast. He lived in the coastal regions http://www.middlemiss.org/lit/authors/kendallh/kendallh.html
Extractions: Henry Kendall (1839-1882) Henry Kendall was born in 1839 near Milton on the NSW coast. He lived in the coastal regions of Illawarra in the south of NSW and Clarence River in the north before spending two years aboard a whaling vessel. He returned to live in Sydney and published his first volume of poetry, Poems and Songs in 1862. He moved to Melbourne in 1868 after his marriage and published his second volume, Leaves from Australian Forests in 1869. His lack of success, however, along with the death of his daughter Araluen drove him to alcohol and he was to spend various periods in a Sydney asylum for his addiction. He was finally cured, reunited with his wife and achieved some level of success with his final volume of poetry, Songs from the Mountains , in 1880. He died in 1882. P oetry C ollections
Henry Clarence Kendall Henry Clarence Kendall (18391882) Prefatory Sonnets (from Leaves from Australian Forests) I and II. A Mountain Spring. News of War. I. I purposed once to take my pen and write, Not songs, like some http://www.sonnets.org/kendall.htm
Extractions: Henry Clarence Kendall (1839-1882) I purposed once to take my pen and write, Not songs, like some, tormented and awry With passion, but a cunning harmony Of words and music caught from glen and height, And lucid colours born of woodland light And shining places where the sea-streams lie. But this was when the heat of youth glowed white, And since I've put the faded purpose by. I have no faultless fruits to offer you Who read this book; but certain syllables Herein are borrowed from unfooted dells And secret hollows dear to noontide dew; And these at least, though far between and few, May catch the sense like subtle forest spells. So take these kindly, even though there be Some notes that unto jother lyres belong, Stray echoes from the elder sons of song; And think how from its neighbouring native sea The pensive shell doth borrow melody. I would not do the lordly masters wrong By filching fair words from the shining throng Whose music haunts me, as the wind a tree.
Papers, 1862-1929 / Henry Kendall Title Papers, 18621929 / Henry Kendall. Call Number MICROFILM 5786 Subject(s) Kendall, Henry, 1839-1882, Mitchell Library (N.S.W http://www.lib.monash.edu.au/microform/5786.html
Extractions: Time period: Notes Henry Kendall was the first Australian poet to draw his inspiration from the life, scenery and traditions of the Country. This publication includes letters received by Henry Kendall, 1861-1882, poems and lectures, 1863-1881, Songs from the Mountains, 1880, notes and papers and log book kept while inspector of forests, 1881-1882. Part B includes, correspondence of Charlotte Kendall, 1867-1922, scrapbooks, 1879-1889 and miscellaneous material, 1882-1911. C. Includes correspondence of Frederick Clarence Kendall, 1888-1950, notebooks on the life and work of Henry Kendall, review re Henry Kendall by G. G. McCrae, 1882, sent to Alexander Sutherland with MS. notes by F. C. Kendall, scrapbook, 1937-1938. D. Pictorial material.
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Poet Henry Kendall - All Poems Of Henry Kendall All poems of Henry Kendall .. Australian Authors Henry Kendall (1839-1882) HenryKendall ( 1839-1882) Brief Biography. HenryKendall was born in 1839 site info. Henry Kendall biography pictures portrait books http://www.poemhunter.com/p/t/poet.asp?poet=7264
PROJECT GUTENBERG - Catalog By Title - P DATE Apr 1998 ZIP. Poems of Henry Clarence Kendall, The AUTHOR Kendall,Henry, 18391882 ADD. AUTHOR Sutherland, Alexander, 1853 http://www.informika.ru/text/books/gutenb/gutind/TEMP/i-_p6.html
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Sonnets Of Australia And New Zealand some more soon. Return to Sonnet Central. Charles Harpur (18131868);Henry Parkes (1815-1896); Henry Clarence Kendall (1839-1882); http://www.sonnets.org/aust.htm
Extractions: Louis Lavater, in The Sonnet in Australasia (1956) mentions that Arthur A. Adams, literary editor of the Sydney Bulletin once referred to the sonnet as "a verse form in which Australians had shown themselves singularly adept." Still, one might have hoped for more of a glimpse of the outback, or at least the coast, but a cultural homesickness overwhelms many of the early sonnets. To the right is a short chronological listing of authors; I hope to be adding some more soon. Return to Sonnet Central. Charles Harpur Henry Parkes Henry Clarence Kendall ... William Baylebridge
USL: Rare Books And Special Collections Kendall, Henry (18391882). Leaves From Australian Forests. Kendall, Henry(1839-1882). Other Poems 1871-82. Kendall, Henry (1839-1882). http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/libraries/rare/7digmat.html
Extractions: Electronic texts from our collections Some University of Sydney higher degree theses are available online from Australian Digital Theses Program . For more information on our collection of theses, see University of Sydney theses. The Book Of Hours Decretals of Gregory IX (circa 1220-1250) Henry Lawson Manuscripts New Australia Newspaper ... Nicholson, Evelyn (1867?-1927) Diary of a Trip to Australia: Associated Watercolours All electronic texts have been prepared by the Scholarly Electronic Texts and Image Service (SETIS) unless stated otherwise. They are available from the Australian Electronic Texts , SETIS. The following materials from the Rare Books and Special Collections Library are available as electronic texts.
SETIS -- Browse Australian Literature Database Kendall, Henry (18391882) Early Poems 1859-70. Kendall, Henry (1839-1882) LeavesFrom Australian Forests. Kendall, Henry (1839-1882) Other Poems 1871-82. http://uob-community.ballarat.edu.au/units/fs502/austexts.htm
Extractions: Search Browse Page Images About The Project Anonymous Old Bush Songs Australia. Constitution Act. Australian Constitution 1900 (Historical) Banks, Joseph (1743-1820) The Endeavour Journal of Sir Joseph Banks, 1768-1771. Baynton, Barbara (1857-1929) Bush Studies Becke, Louis. (1855-1913) By Reef And Palm, and Other Stories. Boldrewood, Rolf [Thomas Alexander Browne] (1826-1915) Robbery Under Arms. Boldrewood, Rolf [Thomas Alexander Browne] (1826-1915) Shearing In The Riverina, New South Wales. Brennan, Christopher (1870-1932) A Chant Of Doom and Other Verses Brennan, Christopher (1870-1932) Burden of Tyre: Fifteen Poems Brennan, Christopher (1870-1932) Poems (1913) Brereton, John Le Gay (1871-1933) Swags Up! Brereton, John Le Gay (1871-1933) The Burning Marl Cambridge, Ada (1844-1926) A Sweet Day Cambridge, Ada (1844-1926) Sisters Cambridge, Ada (1844-1926) The Hand In The Dark Cambridge, Ada (1844-1926) Unspoken Thoughts Carboni, Raffaello (1817-1885) The Eureka Stockade.
Extractions: ML A 3025 Henry Kendall's (1839-1882) clear, melodious lyrics are well known to many Australian readers. A number of his poems were inspired by the Australian bush, and reveal his thoughtful, emotional response to his environment. Kendall's work was published in newspapers and journals, and in three main anthologies; Leaves from Australian Forests (1869) and Songs from the Mountains Dorothea Mackellar (1885-1968), like Henry Kendall found inspiration in the Australian landscape. She published several works including the anthologies The Closed Door and Other Verses and the and the novel The Little Blue Devil . Her most famous poem, 'My Country' was originally published as 'Core of my heart' in London in 1908. 'My Country' has itself inspired works of art, including J.J. Hilder's illustrated copy of 1915. Display period: January to June 2004 (My Country). Other items until December 2004
Henry-Kendall-Preface Henry Kendall Nativeborn Australian Poet ~~~1839-1882~~~. BiographicalNotes by Bertram Stevens. Henry Kendall was the first Australian http://www.krackatinni.netfirms.com/Henry-Kendall.html
Extractions: Native-born Australian Poet ~~~1839-1882~~~ Biographical Notes by Bertram Stevens Henry Kendall was the first Australian poet to draw his inspiration from the life, scenery and traditions of the country. In the beginnings of Australian poetry the names of two other men stand with his Adam Lindsay Gordon, of English parentage and education, and Charles Harpur, born in Australia a generation earlier than Kendall. Harpur's work, though lacking vitality, shows fitful gleams of poetic fire suggestive of greater achievement had the circumstances of his life been more favourable. Kendall, whose lot was scarcely more fortunate, is a true singer; his songs remain, and are likely long to remain, attractive to poetry lovers. The poet's grandfather, Thomas Kendall, a Lincolnshire schoolmaster, met the Revd. Samuel Marsden when the latter was in England seeking assistants for his projected missionary work in New Zealand. Kendall offered his services to the Church Missionary Society of London and came out to Sydney in 1809. Five years later he was sent to the Bay of Islands as a lay missionary, holding also the first magistrate's commission issued for New Zealand. He soon made friends with the Maoris and learnt their language well enough to compile a primer in pidgin-Maori, `A Korao no New Zealand; or, the New Zealander's First Book', which George Howe printed for Marsden at Sydney in 1815. In 1820 Thomas Kendall went to England with some Maori chiefs, and while there helped Professor Lee, of Cambridge, to "fix" the Maori language the outcome of their work being Lee and Kendall's `Grammar and Vocabulary of the Language of New Zealand', published in the same year.
HighBeam Research: ELibrary Search: Results 3. Kendall, Henry Clarence (18391882) The Hutchinson Dictionary ofthe Arts; January 1, 1998 Kendall, Henry Clarence (1839-1882 http://www.highbeam.com/library/search.asp?FN=AO&refid=ency_refd&search_dictiona