Poems first published in the Westminster Gazette and Saturday Westminster Gazette. At some point, these items were brought together and given a single file reference. The items in V20, however, no longer exist as a discrete physical entity, but have been guarded and filed with other loose poems. For reference purposes only, each item has been given a distinct reference number, but all items within V20 will be produced upon request of any item within the file. These items include:
a. SICILIAN OCTAVE 'An evil time came down with fateful feet ...' signed 'Sandro', manuscript transcript by Edward Marsh [22 July 1905, p.6]
b. LATE AT NIGHT 'Is that a knock at my forgotten door? ...'; LATE AT NIGHT 'Did someone knock at my unvisited pane? ...' both signed Mnemon, cuttings [24 Feb. 1908, p.6]
c. THE JOLLY COMPANY 'The stars, a jolly company ...' 2 cuttings, with pencil marks [28 Nov. 1908, p.6]
d. THE GREY NOMINALIST 'Ah! yesteryear's Christ-tide ...' signed P.R.B., cutting [16 Jan. 1909, p.6]
e. A LETTER TO A LIVE POET 'Sir, since the last Elizabethan died ...' signed Münchener, cutting and typescript with two carbon copies [4 Feb. 1911]
f. THE CHILDREN OF THE MOON 'We are the mazed fantastic throng. You smile ...'; THE TRAMP 'I was not looking for you. I trudged on ...' (both translations from H.C. Spiess 'Chansons captives') signed Münchener, manuscript transcripts by Edward Marsh [11 Mar. 1911]
g. 'O brother, dost though know what this thing means, to dread ...' cutting; typescript extracts from Westminster Gazette setting terms of poetry competitions, 22 June-20 July 1907.
This item is the property of the Brooke Trustees and has been deposited at King's College, Cambridge.