Restoration and 18th-Century Prose and Poetry: Excluding by Pat Rogers (auth.)
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English. Born in Kibworth-Harcourt, Northamptonshire, 20 June 1743. Educated at her father's school in Kibworth, and at Warrington Academy, Lancashire. Married the Rev. Rochemont Barbauld in 1774 (died, 1808). With husband, kept a boarding school in Palgrave, Suffolk, 177 4- 87. Lived in London after 1787. Died 9 March 1825. PUBUCATIONS Collections A Memoir, Letters, and a Selection, by Grace A. Ellis. Tales, Poems, and Essays. 1884. , 1874. Verse Corsica· An Ode. 1768. 1773; revised edition, 1792.
Fellow of the Royal Society, 1753. Died 23 June 1770. 24 AKENSIDE PuJIUCATIONS Collections Poetical Works, edited by George Gilfillan. 1857. Verse A British Philippic· A Poem in Miltonic Verse. 1738; as The Voice of Liberty, 17 38. The Pleasures of Imagination. 17 44; revised edition, in Poems, I 77 2. An Epistle to Curio. 1744. Odes on Several Subjects. 1745; revised edition, 1760. Friendship and Love· A Dialogue, to Which 1~ Added A Song. 1745. An Ode to the Earl of Huntingdon. 1748. An Ode to the Country Gentlemen of England.
1704. Translator, A Looking-Glass for Married People, by L. de Gaya. 1704. Reading List: Brown of Facetious Menwry by Benjamin Boyce, 1939; Brown e /e Origini del Saggio di Costume by Edrige Schulte, 1969.