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Victorian (en.)The Victorian era began with the reign of Queen Victoria and ended with her death (June 20, 1837 – January 22, 1901).

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Digital Victorian Periodical Poetry DVPP Digital Victorian Periodical Poetry explores the poetry most read in the long Victorian period: poems published in periodicals, magazines, and newspapers dating from 1817 to 1901.
Once a Week (en.) Launched by Bradbury and Evans, the publisher of Household Words, after their split with Dickens, Once a Week (1859-1880) was a weekly middle-class family magazine that prominently featured illustrations.(Digital Victorian Periodical Poetry website)

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Sandys, Frederick (en.) b. May 1, 1829
d. June 25, 1904
Nationality: English
Occupation: Illustrator
Thornbury, George Walter (en.) b. 13 November 1828
d. 11 June 1876
Occupation: Poet, journalist, art critic, novelist, and biographer of J. M. W. Turner.
Born in London. Educated at Cheam, Surrey. Married Harriett Furmedge on 7 October 1873. Prolific poetry and prose contributor to many periodicals and newspapers, including Bentley’s Miscellany, Ainsworth’s, Once a Week, Household Words, All the Year Round, Athenaeum, and Chambers’s Journal. Poetry volumes include Songs of the Cavaliers and Roundheads (1857) and Historical and Legendary Ballads and Songs (1875). Biographical information: Digital Victorian Poetry Periodical website.