<p style='text-align: justify;'>The most probable date for Tennyson's use of this notebook is c.1835. However, the first draft in the notebook shows that Tennyson returned to this small, leather-bound, duodecimo notebook much later (c. 1881) to complete 'To the Duke of Argyll'. Of the original 96 leaves, Tennyson has torn away all but nine. These folios contain, among other poems, portions of 'The Voyage' (later revised and added to), and the much-acclaimed 'germ of <i>Maud</i>', and 'Oh! that 'twere possible' (bearing later revisions in pencil).</p>
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