The Bronze Treasury: An Anthology of 81 Obscure English Poets Together with Their Biographical Portraits

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THE BRONZE TREASURY

AN ANTHOLOGY OF 81 OBSCURE ENGLISH POETS TOGETHER WITH THEIR BIOGRAPHICAL PORTRAITS

Edited by Harry Kemp

New York THE MACAULAY COMPANY 1927

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The Bronze Treasury: An Anthology of 81 Obscure English Poets Together with Their Biographical Portraits
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Poets 1
  • Contents 15
  • Illustrations 19
  • John Skelton 1460-1529 21
  • Thomas Churchyard 1520-1604 25
  • Thomas Tusser 1524-1580 29
  • George Gascoigne 1525-1577 34
  • John Higgins 1544-? 42
  • Robert Southwell 1561()-1595 43
  • Michael Drayton. 1563-1614 47
  • Joseph Hall, Bishop of Norwich 1574-1656 52
  • Francis Rous 1579-1658. 55
  • Sir John Beaumont 1582-1628 67
  • Lord Herbert of Cherbury 1583-1648 68
  • William Browne 1588-1643() 73
  • Henry King 1592-1669 82
  • John Day 1574-1640 93
  • Francis Quarles 1542-1644 94
  • Shakerley Marmion 1622-1639 107
  • Owen Feltham 1602-1677 118
  • Edmund Waller 1605-1687 122
  • Henry More 1614-1687 127
  • Patrick Carey - (dates of Birth and Death Unknown) 16th Century 128
  • Sir John Denham 1615-1669 129
  • William Chamberlayne 1619-1689 133
  • Thomas Flatman 1635-1688 142
  • Thomas Sprat, Bishop of Rochester 1636-1713 147
  • John Wilmot, Second and Last Earl of Rochester 1647-1680 151
  • Charles Montague 1661-1715 156
  • George Stephney 1663-1707 157
  • William Walsh 1663-1708 159
  • John Norris 1667-1711 162
  • Thomas Yalden 1671-1736 164
  • William Somerville 1677-1742 166
  • John Byrom 1692-1763 172
  • Robert Blair 1699-1746 175
  • Robert Dodsley 1703-1764 178
  • Soame Jenyns 1704-1787 184
  • Stephen Duck 1705-1756 194
  • Samuel Johnson 1709-1784 199
  • Francis Hoyland Circa 1735 200
  • Edward Lovibond -1775 204
  • William Shenstone 1714-1763 208
  • William Whitehead 1714-1785 212
  • Richard Jago 1715-1781 218
  • Nathaniel Cotton 1721-1770 225
  • John Gilbert Cooper 1723-1769 230
  • Mark Akenside 1721-1770 233
  • Thomas Blacklock 1721-1791 241
  • Christopher Smart 1722-1771 248
  • Joseph Warton 1722-1800 255
  • Thomas Warton 1728-1790 260
  • John Scott 1730-1783 263
  • Erasmus Darwin 1731-1802 265
  • Beilby Porteus, D.D., 1731-1809 285
  • William Falconer Circa 1750 288
  • Charles Churchill 1731-1764 292
  • Thomas Penrose 1743-1779 305
  • William Hayley 1745-1820 308
  • Thomas Day 1746-1790 317
  • William Lisle Bowles 1762-1850 324
  • James Hurdis 1763-1801 331
  • John Clare 1793-1864 346
  • George Darley 1795-1846 353
  • Hartley Taylor Coleridge 1796-1848 361
  • Robert Pollok 1798-1827 370
  • Thomas Lovell Beddoes, 1803-1849 376
  • Charles Johnston -- 1823 382
  • Thomas Wade 1805-1895 383
  • Songs of Two Brothers Frederick Tennyson 1807-1895 Charles Tennyson-Turner 1808-1879 389
  • Philip James Bailey 1816-1902 400
  • Coventry Patmore 1823-1896 419
  • Sydney Dobell 1824-1874 430
  • David Gray 1838-1861 435
  • Selwyn Image 442
  • Victor Plarr 444
  • Theophile Marzials 446
  • Sir Lewis Morris 1833-1907 447
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