A W. B. Yeats Chronology by John S. Kelly (auth.)

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8 Signs a contract whereby Unwin takes over the unsold stock of Oisin. 9 Inscribes a copy of the just published The Book of the Rhymers’ Club to MG. 28 March 26 25 12 Vice-Presidents. ‘The Peace of the Rose’ (poem, later ‘The Rose of Peace’; VP, 112–13) published in the National Observer. Lunches with Hyde and Edward Garnett; in the evening Hyde visits the Yeatses and meets Todhunter. Appointed Stolistes (Keeper of Robes and Purifying Water) in the Outer Order of the GD, and retains this office until 23 September.

Rolleston’s with John McGrath to discuss a new nationalist paper that McGrath is to edit. They stay until after 1 am. Attends W. A. Henderson’s lecture on ‘The Stage Literature of Ireland’ at the NLS and speaks afterwards. Returns to London with O’Donnell and on the boat tells him that United Ireland has promised their faction of the IRB a weekly column. Dines with the Gosses. Reading widely in the works of Robert Bridges, especially the plays. Dinner at AG’s with Barry O’Brien and Horace Plunkett followed by a long discussion of current Irish politics.

Receives £10 as first instalment of payment for John Sherman and Dhoya. December 12 (Sat) ‘An Epitaph’ (poem, later ‘A Dream of Death’; VP, 123) published in the National Observer and ‘A Poet We Have Neglected’ (article; UP I. 208–12) in United Ireland. 28 Meeting at Blenheim Road to plan an Irish Literary Society in London. 1892 January 2 (Sat) ‘Rosa Mundi’ (poem, later ‘The Rose of the World’; VP, 111–12) published in the National Observer. ‘Poems by Miss Tynan’ (article; UP II. 511–14) published in the Dublin Evening Herald.

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