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A Legend of the Phantom Ship’ (poem, later ‘The Phantom Ship’; VP, 718–19) published in the Providence Sunday Journal. (Wed) Lectures to the Southwark Irish Literary Club on ‘Sligo Fairies’. The commission for FFT is conﬁrmed and he spends the next two months collecting material for it and ﬁnishing ‘John Sherman’. Attends a performance of William Morris’ play, The Tables Turned. The Irish artist Sarah Purser calls to sketch SMY. July 22 28 August 11 22–3 29 Spends most of July desperately collecting and reading material for FFT, which has to be delivered by the end of the month.
7 Receives 10s. for contributions to the Manchester Courier. 11 Founds the Rhymers’ Club with Ernest Rhys. 13–15 Writes his poem ‘A Cradle Song’. 1890 19 23 19 Elected secretary to the Research Committee of the Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society. Writing his column for the Boston Pilot. February 1 (Sat) Experiments in clairvoyance with Mrs Besant and the medium Monsey. These experiments continue intermittently throughout the month. 3 Receives 6s. for contributions to the Manchester Courier.
2s. for contributions to the Scots Observer. ‘A Cradle Song’ (poem; VP, 118) published in the Scots Observer. Writes his column for the Boston Pilot. 2 4 7 May 3 5 11 13 17 28 30 (Sat) Receives 2s. 6d. for contributions to the Manchester Courier. Attends performance of Todhunter’s A Sicilian Idyll at the Club House in Bedford Park. Calls on Alice and Wilfrid Meynell. Writing his column for the Boston Pilot. ‘Irish Writers Ought to Take Irish Subjects’ (article; LNI, 31–5) published in the Boston Pilot.