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The Works of William Blake; the large-paper version appears in mid-February. February 2 (Thu) Attends another contentious Committee Meeting of NLS at which he and JO’L are appointed members of an Advisory Committee for the New Irish Library. 4 ‘The Vision of MacConglinne’ (review; UP I. 261–3) published in the Bookman. 8 Lectures to the Dublin Lodge of the Theosophical Society on ‘William Blake and the Symbolism of the Bible’. 23 27 30 June 16 19 21 29 Attends an NLS Committee Meeting. Visits Sligo where he stays with George Pollexfen.

Sat) ‘The Evangel of Folk-Lore’ (review; UP I. 326–8) published in the Bookman. Later this month The Second Book of the Rhymers’ Club, with WBY’s contributed poems, is published and he meets Lady Augusta Gregory (AG) briefly for the first time. Takes Dora Sigerson to see Arms and the Man. Sarah Purser at the Yeatses. Calls on the Matherses, who are visiting from Paris. July 16 21 31 August 4 Spends most of this month working on his anthology, A Book of Irish Verse. (Mon) Attends the unveiling of a bust of John Keats at Hampstead Church.

146–62) in the Leisure Hour. 16 WBY and SMY at Lady Wilde’s ‘At Home’. 17 Jack Yeats persuades WBY to shave off his beard. 23 ‘What the Writers and Thinkers are Doing’ (article, LNI, 17–21), published in the Boston Pilot. December 5 (Thu) Writing his column for the Boston Pilot. 7 Attends Col. Olcott’s lecture on ‘Theosophy and the Law of Life’ at the Bedford Park Club. 20 Meets with Annie Besant and other members of the Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society to renew their pledges to Mme Blavatsky.

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