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Secondary Scholarship | 2008
Transcription 30. "By Almirez." Not mine the joys of gilded balls,
The Album, II (28 January 1826), 31. Signed "Almirez," a proved pseudonym
Reprinted in James Kibler, "The Album (1826," Studies in Bibliography,
X):XIX (1986), 73.

31. "Marius on Carthage." Oh thou---thine image comes by night
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection , South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Signed "Norma," a newly
proved pseudonym.

32. "The Anthem of the Free." On wild Atlantic's shore
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Unsigned.

33. [Untitled.] Oh, would you hear tell of Paddy McGann
The poem is delivered in parts in Simms's novel Paddy McGann (1863). See
Paddy McGann. Centennial Edition of the Works of William Gilmore Simms,
III (1972), 229, 230, 231, and 234. See also p. 245.

34: [Untitled.] The saffron morn with early blushes spread
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Unsigned and possibly a
fragment.

35. "Semper Eadem (Motto on a Seal)" Semper eadem! the
words must have wandered
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Signed "Norma," a newly
proved pseudonym.

36. "The Moon." Star of the night!
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Signed "Norma," a newly
proved pseudonym.

37. "A Lock of Hair.—To R. I." That Lock of Hair, that lock of hai
Charleston Courier (22 November 1824). Simms lists the poem as his in a not
in "Printed Poetry Box" P1540, Simms Manuscript Collection, South
Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. The poem is signed "W******," a proved
Simms pseudonym.



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