Excerpt from A Concordance to the Entire Works of Alfred Tennyson
A few poems have no distinct titles 3 several are addressed, To and the heading, is common to one or two others. To avoid confusion, these are referred to in the following pages by the first word or two of each... poem.
A plan of the work was first submitted to Messrs Moxon in the spring of 1868, and received from them the most prompt and courteous cousi deration. A specimen which had been prepared met with their approval, and I was requested by them to undertake the completion of the scheme. This date, which under ordinary circumstances would have been a matter of trivial importance, may possibly, in the light of more recent events, possess a certain interest.
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