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 Warren, Samuel, D.C.L.Waterland, Daniel 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Warton, Thomas
(b. Basingstoke, 1728; d. Oxford, May 21st, 1790). “Five Pastoral Eclogues” (1745); “The Pleasures of Melancholy” (1745), “The Triumph of Isis” (1749); “An Ode for Music” (1751); “The Union; or, Select Scots and English Poems” (1753); “Observations on the Faëry Queene of Spenser” (1753); “The Observer Observed” (1756); “The Life and Literary Remains of Ralph Bathurst, M.D., Dean of Wells” (1761); Contributions to the Oxford Collection of Verses (1761); “A Companion to the Guide and a Guide to the Companion” (1762); “The Oxford Sausage” (1764); an edition of Theocritus (1770); “The Life of Sir Thomas Pope” (1772); “A History of Kiddington Parish” (1781); “An Inquiry into the Poems attributed to Thomas Rowley” (1782); an edition of Milton (1785); “The Progress of Discontent,” “Newmarket, a Satire,” “A Panegyric on Ale,” “A Description of the City, College, and Cathedral of Winchester,” “History of English Poetry” (1774, 1781, new edition 1870). “Poetical Works,” with Memoirs and Notes, by Richard Mant, in 1802. See Dennis’s “Studies in English Literature,” and Cornhill Magazine, 1865, vol. xi.   1

 Warren, Samuel, D.C.L.Waterland, Daniel 


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