Author:George Sewell

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George Sewell

Controversialist and hack-writer


  • The Patriot: a Poem. Inscribed to Robert, Earl of Oxford (1712)
  • An Epistle from Sempronia to Cethegus, with Reply’ (anon.) (1713)
  • Remarks upon a Pamphlet intituled [Observations upon the State of the Nation (1713)
  • Schism destructive of the Government: a Defence of the Bill for preventing the Growth of Schism (1714)
  • True Account of the Life and Writings of Thomas Burnet (1715)
  • Life and Character of Mr. John Philips, author of ‘The Splendid Shilling’ (1715)
  • The Resigners vindicated: by a Gentleman (1718)
  • The Resigners, Part ii. and last (1718)
  • The Proclamation of Cupid, or a Defence of Women: a Poem from Chaucer (1718)
  • Tragedy of Sir Walter Raleigh, as it is acted at the Theatre in Lincoln's Inn Fields (1719)
  • A new Collection of original Poems’ (anon.) (1720)
  • Tragedy of King Richard I (1728)
  • Essays and Poems (1728)

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