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Staircase—Cowley's house

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The staircase is a very solid structure, with ornamental balusters, leading toward the small study in which the poet wrote,—a little back room, about five feet wide, looking upon the garden. It may be distinguished in our back view of the house, by a figure placed at the window. Cowley ended his life in this house at the early age of forty-nine.

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The International Monthly Magazine - Volume V - No II by Various Pulished Feb. 1852
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