Author:Edward Burnaby Greene

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Edward Burnaby Greene

English landowner, poet, and translator


  • An Imitation of the Tenth Epistle of the First Book of Horace (1756)
  • Cam. An Elegy (1764)
  • The Laureat, a Poem inscribed to the Memory of Charles Churchill (1765)
  • ‘An Essay on Pastoral Poetry,’ prefixed to ‘The Idylliums of Theocritus, translated from the Greek with notes … by Francis Fawkes,’ 8vo, London, 1767.
  • The Works of Anacreon and Sappho with Pieces from Ancient Authors, etc. (1768)
  • Critical Essays:’ observations on Longinus; the influence of government on the mental faculties; and essays on the fourth, fifth, and sixth book of the ‘Æneid’ (1770)
  • Poetical Essays (1772)
  • Hero and Leander; a Poem from the Greek of Musæus (1773), by Musaeus Grammaticus
  • Ode Pindarica [by Thomas Gray] pro Cambriæ vatibus, Latino carmine reddita (1775)
  • The Latin Odes of Mr. Gray, in English Verse , with an Ode on the death of a favourite Spaniel (1775)
  • The Pythian, Nemean, and Isthmian Odes of Pindar, translated into English Verse, with remarks (1778)
  • Substance of Political Debates on his Majesty's Speech on the Address and Amendment, Nov. 25, 1779 (1779)
  • The Satires of Persius paraphrastically imitated (1779)
  • The Argonautic Expedition,’ translated from the Greek with notes, &c.(1780)], in 2 vols.
  • Ode inscribed to Leonard Smelt, Esq., 1780 (1780)
  • Whispers for the ear of the Author of Thelyphthora (1781)
  • Strictures upon a Pamphlet upon Chatterton's Rowley poems (1782)
  • Ode to the Humane Society (1784)

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