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ANON. Llangunnor hill, a loco-descriptive poem, 1794.-See Mo. Rev., enl., xvi. 460-62. (Octosyllabics.)

BIDLAKE, JOHN. Written at Mount Edgcumbe.-In Poems, 1794?; re-
printed in W. H. K. Wright's West-Country Poets, 1896, pp. 38-40.

DAVIS, T. Eastham hill, a loco-descriptive poem, Monmouth, 1796.
Not seen.

MACKAY, J. Quebec hill, or Canadian scenery, 2 parts, 1797.-See Mo.
Rev., enl., xxiv. 210–12.

BOWLES, W. L. St. Michael's mount, Salisbury, 1798.

MAURICE, THOMAS. Grove-hill, 1799.

CUNNINGHAM, PETER. St. Anne's hill, 3d ed., Chertsey, 1833. (Elegiac

SHOEL, THOMAS. Mileshill [St. Michael's mount], 1803. Not seen.
WOODLEY, GEORGE. Mount-Edgcumbe, Devonport, 1804. Not seen.
MAURICE, THOMAS. Richmond hill, 1807.-See Mo. Rev., enl., lv. 132–8.
SKURRAY, FRANCIS. Bidcombe hill, 1808. Not seen.

HOGG, THOMAS. St. Michael's mount, 4 cantos, 1811.

REDDING, CYRUS. Mount Edgcumbe, 1811.-See Wright's West-Country
Poets, 1896, p. 397.

TUCKER, W. J. Honiton-hill, Bath, 1811.-See ib. 457-8.

PENTICROSS, WILLIAM. Witenham-hill, 1812. Not seen; may be the one noted under 1777 above.

YEATMAN, H. F. Brent knoll, Sherborne, 1817. Not seen.

THELWALL, JOHN. Shooter's hill.-Poetical Recreations, 1822, pp. 232-4. (Elegiac stanzas.)


1679 w. 1745 p. ANON. Belvoir: a Pindaric ode upon Belvoir castle.-J. Nichols's History of Leicestershire, 1795, vol, ii, pt. i, app., 50-61. (Pindarics.) LEWIS, -. Relation of a journey to Tunbridge Wells, with a description of the wells, 1693. Not seen.








HARRISON, WILLIAM. Woodstock park. - Dodsley's Miscellany, 1758, v. 188-201.

ANON. Windsor-castle, 1708.

GOLDWIN, WILLIAM. A poetical description of Bristol, 1712. Not seen.
POPE, ALEXANDER. Windsor forest, 1713.

ANON. The country seat, a description of Langdon, near Plymouth, 1715.
Not seen.

ANON. Greenwich park, etc., inscribed to the duke of Montagu, 1718.
Not seen.

JONES, SAMUEL. Whitby, 1718. Not seen.

bef.1723 p. WARD, JAMES. Phoenix park.-Miscellaneous Poems, published by Mr.




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Concanen, 1724, pp. 379-91.

AMORY, THOMAS. A poem in the praises of Taunton, 1724. Not seen.
HOWARD, LEONARD. Greenwich park.-Poetical Works, n. d., pp. 28–60.
ANON. Description of Tunbridge, 1727. Not seen.

PECK, FRANCIS. Belvoir castle.-J. Nichols's History of Leicestershire,
1795, vol. ii, pt. i, app., 61-6.

BOYSE, SAMUEL. Loch Rian (Chalmers's English Poets, 1810, xiv. 533-4); The triumphs of nature (ib. 534-8); Nature (ib. 567-8); Retirement (ib. 576-9). The last three poems describe the parks at Stowe, Dalkeith, and Yester.

1 The American poems, Greenfield Hill by Timothy Dwight (N. Y., 1794), Beacon Hill by S. W. Morton (Boston, 1797), and Milton Hill by H. M. Lisle (Boston, 1803), may also be noticed.




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ANON. Verses occasioned by seeing the palace, park, etc., of Dalkeith,
Edin., 1732. Not seen.

ARAM, PETER. Studley-park.-Thomas Gent's History of Rippon, York,
1733, pp. 1-28.

DUICK, JOHN. Scarborough, 1733. Not seen; may be the poem in Gent.
Mag., iv. 155-6.

CHANDLER, MARY. A description of Bath, 7th ed., 1755.

BROWNE, MOSES. A view of Scarborough, in four epistles. - Poems, 1739,
pp. 205-26.

ANON. Shrewsbury quarry, in imitation of Pope's Windsor-forest, Salop,
1747. (Not the same as under 1770 below.)
ANON. Bath, 1748. Not seen.

ANON. Bristol Wells, a poem for the year 1749, by a gentleman at the
Wells, Bristol, 1749. Not seen.

JONES, HENRY. Rath-Farnham. - Poems, 1749, pp. 44-50.

BROWNE, MOSES. Percy-lodge, seat of the duke of Somerset, 1755.-See
Mo. Rev., xiv. 60-61. (Octosyllabics.)

ANON. A description of Bath, 1750(?). Not seen.

ANON. Killarney, by an officer in the army, Dublin, 1750(?). Not seen.
KIDDELL, HENRY. Tiverton, 1753.-See Mo. Rev., x. 78; no extract.
DALTON, JOHN. A descriptive poem (on the mines near Whitehaven), 1755.
MAXWELL, ARCHIBALD. Portsmouth, 2 books, 1755.-See Mo. Rev., xiii.
297; no extract.

c. 1755 W. LANGHORNE, JOHN. Studley park.-Chalmers's English Poets, 1810, xvi. 416-19.






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HUCKELL, JOHN. Avon, 3 parts, Birmingham, 1758.

POTTER, ROBERT. Holkham, 1758.

MADDEN, W. B. Belle Isle, 1760.-See Crit. Rev., xi. 416; no extract. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM. An essay on Halifax, a poem in blank verse, Halifax, 1761. Not seen.

NICHOLS, JOHN. Islington, 1763.—See Crit. Rev., xvi. 316.

RITSO, GEORGE. Kew gardens, 1763. — See ib. 394-5.

WILSON, JOHN. The Clyde, 1764.-See John Veitch's Feeling for Nature in Scottish Poetry, 1887, ii. 179–82.

WOODHOUSE, JAMES. The Lessowes.-Poems on Sundry Occasions, 1764, pp. 38-109.

ANON. Kimbolton-park, 1765.-See Mo. Rev., xxxiii. 240.

JONES, HENRY. Vectis, the isle of Wight, 3 cantos, 1766.-See ib. xxxiv.

MICHELL, RICHARD. Hackwood-park, 1766.—See Crit. Rev., xxi. 318.
ANON. The rise and progress of the present taste in planting parks, pleasure-
grounds, etc., 1767 [treats of Kew, Kensington, and Stowe]. See Mo.
Rev., xxxvii. 139–44.

JONES, HENRY. Clifton, 2 cantos, Bristol, 1767. Not seen.

ANON. The prospect, a lyric essay, by Martin Scriblerus, jun., 1769.-See Crit. Rev., xxvii. 397. (Lines of eight and nine syllables, with alternate rime.)

OGILVIE, JOHN. Paradise, 1769.

JONES, HENRY. Shrewsbury quarry, etc., Shrewsbury, 1770.
MAUDE, THOMAS. Wensleydale, or rural contemplations, 1771.
SHERIDAN, R. B. The Bath picture, a ballad, 1771. Not seen.

LESLIE, JOHN. Killarney (Dublin, 1772); Phoenix park (1772, see Crit.
Rev., xxxv. 158, no extract).

ANON. A description of Tunbridge.-Univ. Mag., lii. 266-7.

HILL, ROBERT. Greenwich-park.-Poems on Several Occasions, 1775, pp. 161-88.

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ATKINSON, JOSEPH. Killarney, 1798.-See ib. xxv. 472; no extract. HOLFORD, MARGARET. Gresford vale, 1798.-See ib. 476. (Alternate rime.)

BISSET, JAMES. A poetic survey round Birmingham, 1800.-See ib. xxxiii.


ANON. The vale of Trent, 1801.-See ib. xxxv. 110-111; no extract.
WHITE, HENRY KIRKE. Clifton grove. - Remains, 5th ed., 1811, ii. 11-28.
MUNNINGS, J. S. Cromer, a descriptive poem in blank verse, part i, 1806.
Not seen.

TAPRELL, RICHARD. Barnstaple, 1806.-See Wright's West-Country Poets,
1896, pp. 434-5. (Blank verse.)

SANSOM, JAMES. Greenwich, a poem descriptive and historical, 1808. Not


FREEMAN, ROWLAND. Regulbium, a poem, with an historical and descrip-
tive account of the Roman station at Reculver, Canterbury, 1810.
Not seen.

KENNEDY, JAMES. Glenochel, a descriptive poem, Glasgow, 1810. Not seen.
SMEDLEY, EDWARD. Erin, a geographical and descriptive poem, 1810. Not


DRUMMOND, W. H. The giants' causeway, 3 books, Belfast, 1811.

IRELAND, W. H. C. A poetic epistolary description of the city of York,
York, 1811. Not seen.

BRYSON, W. A. Sun-rise at Lough Erne (Poems, Dublin, 1812, pp. 90-1);
Moon-light scene at Killarney (ib. 92–4). Hendecasyllabics, with al-
ternate rime.

MORGAN, WILLIAM. Long Ashton, a poem, in two parts, descriptive of the
scenery of that village, etc., Bristol, 1814. Not seen.

ANON. Tunbridge Wells, a descriptive poem, 1817. Not seen.
CROLY, GEORGE. Paris in 1815, 2 parts, 1817–21. (Spenserian stanzas.)
SHOEL, THOMAS. Glastonbury Tor, Sherborne, 1818. Not seen.
WOODLEY, GEORGE. Cornubia [Cornwall], 5 cantos, 1819; Devonia [Devon],
5 cantos, 1820. Not seen.

.1826-36 p. POLWHELE, RICHARD. Dartmoor.-Reminiscences, 1836, iii. 63-84.
HEMANS, FELICIA D. Dartmoor, 1821.

COTTLE, JOSEPH. Dartmoor, etc., 1823. Not seen.

HOYLE, CHARLES. Killarney. In his Three Days at Killarney, etc., 1828. Not seen.

bef. 1729? CAREY, HENRY. The cypress-grove.-Poems on Several Occasions, 3d ed.,



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1729, pp. 118-19.

ANON. Timon and Flavia.-Miscellaneous Poems, ed. James Ralph, 1729,

pp. 43-52.

ANON. The courtier.-Ib. 73-9.

ANON. The lunatick.-Ib. 115-25.

ANON. Part of the third chapter of Job paraphras’d.—Ib. 208–11.
Rowe, ELIZABETH. To the unknown God, in Letters Moral and Enter-
taining, 1729 (Works, 1796, i. 94-6); many short unnamed fragments
(ib. 84-5, 93, 101, 104–5, 126, 220, 269, 300-1, ii. 30, 54–5, 110, and, "by
another hand," i. 168, 176–7); parts of Pastor Fido translated (ib. iii.
160-62); Devout soliloquies, in blank verse (ib. 195-245); Paraphrase
on Canticles, in blank verse (ib. 245-59).

ANON. The happy savage.-Gent. Mag., ii. 718.

BROWNE, MOSES. The power and presence of God: a version of Psalm 139.-Poems on Various Subjects, 1739, pp. 447-50.

c. 1740 w. 1849–84 p. Gray, ThOMAS. Dante, canto 33, dell' Inferno.-Works, ed. Gosse, 1884, i. 157-60.


ANON. The muse's complaint to Strephon.-Scots Mag., iv. 166.

WINSTANLEY, JOHN. An address to the sepulchre of Prince George.-
Poems, Dublin, 1742, pp. 69-71.

C. 1742 W. WARTON, JOSEPH. The dying Indian.-Biographical Memoirs, ed. Wooll, 1806, pp. 156-7.

bef. 1745 W. WARTON, THOMAS (the elder). A pastoral on the death of Bion, from Moschus.-Poems, 1748, pp. 197-208.


HILL, AARON. Free thoughts upon faith (Works, 2d ed., 1754, iv. 217–42); Cleon to Lycidas, a time-piece (ib. 285-308). See also examples of various passions (joy, fear, etc.) in his "Essay on the Art of Acting” (ib. 377-84).

1746 w. 1777 p. ANON. (Miss A. CROSFIELD?). A description of the Castle hills, near Northallerton.-Town and Country Mag., ix. 605-6.

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ANON. An brutum sit machina?-Dodsley's Museum, 1747, iii. 380-84. WINGFIELD, RICHARD. To peace. -Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis de Reditu... Georgii II, Camb., 1748, sign. B.

STILLINGFLEET, BENJAMIN. Some thoughts occasioned by the late earthquakes, 1750.

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