Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers. to Which Is Added Porsoniana

Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers. to Which Is Added Porsoniana

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Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers. to Which Is Added Porsoniana

Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers. to Which Is Added Porsoniana

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Samuel Rogers was born at Stoke Newington, 30th July, 1763. His first publication, An Ode to Superstition, with some other Poems, appeared in 1786; at which period the coldly classic Mason (then a veteran) and the feeble Hayley were perhaps the most popular of our living poets: Cowper, though The Task was in print, had scarcely won all his fame; Crabbe had put forth only his earlier pieces; and Darwin was yet to come. By The Pleasures of Memory, in 1792, Mr. Rogers rose to high reputation; which he fully maintained by his Epistle to a Friend, with other Poems, in 1798. He gave nothing new to the public till 1812, when he added Columbus to a re-impression . . .

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