1 edition of Poems, chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall found in the catalog.
Poems, chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall
1792 in Bath .
Written in English
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Poems, Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall volume 2 By Richard Polwhele. The history of Devonshire scenery; an essay in geographical evolution By Arthur W Clayden. My Devonshire book; in the land of junket and cream. Poems chiefly by gentlemen of Devon and Cornwall, ed.
Polwhele. 2 vols, A discourse preached at the parish church of Kenton. Historical views of Devonshire. The history of Devonshire. 3 vols, Essays by a society of gentlemen at Exeter, ed. Polwhele. The influence of local attachment: a poem. Poetic. Virginia was a contributor.'5 Poems, Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall, edited by R.
Polwhele (Bath, ), is a later example. The earliest American miscellany to receive any attention from scholars is a Collection of Poems. By Several Hands, which is dated Boston,but which actually came out on or near January io, I".
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A Devonshire Ditty - Devon, England - Devon, UK. A Legend of Teignmouth - Teignmouth, Devon, UK. A Song of Exmoor - Exmoor, Devon - Exmoor National Park. Publisher: London, Oxford: Printed for T. Cadell, and Sold by C. Dilly, and G. and J. Robinson [etc.], Fletcher [etc.]Author: Richard Polwhele.
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Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell being an chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall book of about four hundred verse writers of Devon and Cornwall with poems and extracts, London, Elliot. Poems, Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall, Vol. 2 of 2 by Richard Polwhele avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions.
Rev. John Swete (born John Tripe) (baptised 13 August – 25 October ) of Oxton House, Kenton in Devon, was a clergyman, landowner, artist, antiquary, historian and topographer and author of the Picturesque Sketches of Devon consisting of twenty illustrated journals of Devonshire scenery. The association published in ‘Poems chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall’ (2 vols.), edited by Polwhele, and in ‘Essays by a Society of Gentlemen at Exeter.’ A quarrel over the second publication gave rise to a bitter controversy between Polwhele and his colleagues (Gent.
Mag.pt. ii.). He was also the editor of several series of poems, notably the work frequently quoted in these pages, Poems, chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall, 2 vols, Many of the poems in this compilation were by Polwhele. He was an extensive contributor to the Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine, and his essays and poems are to be found in.
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The association published in 'Poems chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall' (2 vols.), edited by Polwhele, and in 'Essays by a Society of Gentlemen at Exeter.' A quarrel over the second publication gave rise to a bitter controversy between Polwhele and his.
Poems, chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall., Polwhele, Richard,editor., Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell,England Bath., PML When in Devon, Polwhele had edited the two-volume work Poems Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall () for an Exeter literary society.
However, Essays by a Society of Gentlemen at Exeter () caused a rift between Polwhele and other society members. The association published in Poems chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall (2 vols.), edited by Polwhele, and in Essays by a Society of Gentlemen at Exeter. A quarrel over the second publication gave rise to a bitter controversy between Polwhele and his colleagues.
Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet () and Britton’s Beauties of England and Wales (). His watercolours show the influence of William Payne.
Swete also composed at least six volumes of poetry, and contributed several poems to Richard Polwhele’s Poems chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall (). However, from that year he entered a protracted dispute over plagiarism.
Miss Hunt was not from Devonshire or Cornwall, the topic of her poem was. 4) Poems Cheifly by Gentlemen of Devonshire & Cornwall () Miss Hunt is described as the 'daughter of the late Dr. Hunt, Rector of Stoke Doyle, Northamptonshire.' 5) The European Magazine Volm.8 Monthly Obituaries Dec.
NovemberAuthor: Julie Sampson. Seven poetical pieces signed ‘S.,’ in ‘Poems chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall,’ ed. Polwhele,ii. 34, –9, 3.
Three antiquarian articles signed ‘N. E.’ in ‘Essays by a Society of Gentlemen at Exeter,’ In the volumes of Poems Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall, which were edited by the Rev.
Richard Polwhele inthere appeared (i. 78–) numerous poems by. Author of The Unsex'd Females; A Poem, Addressed to the Author of the Pursuits of Literature. by the REV. Richard Polewhele. to Which Is Added, a Sketch of the Private and Public Character of P.
Pindar., The History of Devonshire. in Three Volumes. by the Reverend Richard Polwhele, of 3; Volume 2, and A Discourse, Preached at the Parish-church of Manaccan, on Sunday, August 27th, ; in /5(2).
The article discusses the ways in which lateth century British political poetry influenced regional identities in England during the French Revolution. The article describes the literary aspects of the publications "Poems Chiefly by Gentleman of Devonshire and Cornwall" and "Essays by a Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth.
Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Hunt's poem interested another friend/visitor of the Simcoes at Wolford; Richard Polwhele, the historian, apparently admired it and included it in his edition of Poems Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devon and Cornwall, Possibly that is the only reason the poem : Julie Sampson.
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A Poetical Romance, in Seven Books. Frank Sayers, Dramatic Sketches of the Ancient Northern Mythology (repr.,). Several Norse-inspired compositions, in Poems Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall. Robert Southey, “Race of Odin” and “Death of Odin”, in Poems.
Meetings were held at the Globe Inn on Fore Street, each member present read an original prose or verse composition. The association published in 'Poems chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall' (2 vols.), edited by Polwhele, and in 'Essays by a Society of Gentlemen.
Devonshire & Cornwall illustrated, from original drawings by T. Allom, W.H. Bartlett, &c., with historical and topographical descriptions by J. Britton & E.W. Brayley. Tis come. een now the eternal course of Time For ever round-revolving ends the year Now to Existence dead The year but lives to Fame.
Yet Grosvenor even now the merry bells Ring round to welcome in the newborn day Een now is heard the song Een now the feast is spread. Fond foolish man — whilst Pleasures bounteous hand Fills even to the brim the cup of bliss Whilst Fortunes cloudless sun.Swete contributed three poems to Polwhele's Traditions and Recollections (2 vols, ) and seven poetical pieces to Polwhele's Poems, Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall ().
In addition to contributions to published works Swete wrote several unpublished journals and books including an autobiography and six volumes of poetry.This paper explores the ways in which a group of West Country literati portrayed their region and activities in two key publications: Poems Chiefly by Gentleman of Devonshire and Cornwall and.