Mirror of Literature,  6 (1825), 186–87.

My Note Book. No. 1. The Trip to Margate, &c.  [1/5]



Serial—Travelogue; Poetry


Steamships, Physiognomy

    The narrator recounts a journey by steam-ship, and includes a 'eulogy of steam'. The article contains a poem concerning the other travellers, beginning with the lines: 'A motley group enjoy promiscuous chat, / Whose faces prove an index to the mind; / Nor Gall nor Spurzeheim need he here consult, / In each their ruling passion may be traced' (186).

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