First Follow Nature: Primitivism in English Poetry, 1725-1750

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In first footnote references the titles of the works are cited in full: subsequent references are given either in easily recognizable short titles or, as in the works listed below, in abbreviations. The procedure of using abbreviations was necessary because of the immense number of references which otherwise would have overburdened the book.

Anderson Robert Anderson, Works of the British Poets
A.S. Moses Browne, Angling Sports
C.I. James Thomson, Castle of Indolence
C.C.S. Allan Ramsay, A Choice Collection of English and
Scotch Songs
Chal. Alexander Chalmers, Works of the English Poets
Dods. Robert Dodsley, A Collection of Poems
Eiren. T. Curteis, Eirenodia
E.M. Alexander Pope, Essay on Man
G.M. Gentleman's Magazine
Lib. James Thomson, Liberty
L.M. London Magazine
Meta. Elizabeth Thomas, Metamorphosis of the Town
M. Rev. Monthly Review
Nichols John Nichols, Select Collection of Poems
N.S. J. T. Desaguliers, The New System of the Universe
N.T. Edward Young, Night Thoughts
O. and E. Thomas Nugent, Odes and Epistles
Pleasures Mark Akenside, Pleasures of the Imagination
P.M. Thomas Warton, Pleasures of Melancholy
Un. Henry Baker, The Universe
Un. Mag. Universal Magazine
MISCELLANY TITLES
A.L. The Altar of Love
B. and V. Bacchus and Venus
Bath Misc. The Bath Miscellany for the Year 1740
Can. Candour
C. and S. Clio and Strephon

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