Thomas Pringle's Publications
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|The Desolate Valley: A South African scene; and, The wild Forester of Winterburg: A South African Tale||1824|
|Some Account of the Present State of the English Settlers in Albany, South Africa||1824|
|Thomas Pringle||corresponded with, collaborated with||James Hogg||
Pringle published poems by and corresponded with James Hogg when he co-edited the Edinburgh Monthly Magazine, the short-lived predecessor to the famous Blackwoods Magazine.
|Thomas Pringle||read by, influenced by||Samuel Taylor Coleridge||
Coleridge admired Pringle's "Afar in the Desert" (1832)
|Thomas Pringle||read by, corresponded with, collaborated with||John Clare||
Pringle published Clare's poems in the annual Friendship's Offering, which he edited.
Clare owned Pringle's Ephemerides or Occasional Poems, written in Scotland and South Africa (London, 1828).