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WBY and MG appointed to the Libraries Sub-committee of the NLS. (Sat) ‘Sight and Song’ (review; UP I. 225–7) published in the Bookman. Writes an article for the Boston Pilot. ‘Some New Irish Books’ (review; UP I. 228–30) published in United Ireland. Attends a General Meeting of the NLS at Costigan’s Hotel to adopt rules and appoint ofﬁcers. As a member of the Provisional Committee of the NLS, WBY meets with Sir Charles Gavan Duffy to discuss the publication of Irish national books. ‘Dublin Scholasticism and Trinity College’ (article; UP I.
Attends a New Year’s party at the Gosses’. 1896 January 1 (Wed) Sends KT’s Miracle Plays to SMY as a New Year’s gift. 4 ‘The Shadowy Horses’ (poem, later ‘He bids his Beloved be at Peace’; VP, 154), ‘The Travail of Passion’ (poem; VP, 172), and ‘The Binding of the Hair’ (story; UP I. 390–3) published in the Savoy, and ‘Everlasting Voices’ (poem; VP, 141) in the New Review. In the middle of the month WBY suffers severely from toothache and has several teeth extracted. 14 JBY calls on WBY but Symons tells him he is working hard in the British Museum Reading Room.
Calls on MG who is in London on her way to Paris. Sees JO’L and agrees to proof-read his late sister’s book of poems. Writing his column for the Boston Pilot. November 2 (Sat) ‘The Ballad of the Foxhunter’ (poem; VP, 97–9) published in East and West, and ‘Popular Ballad Poetry of Ireland’ (article; UP I. 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.