Author:George Waldron

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George Waldron
English topographer and poet


  • 'A Perswasive Oration to the People of Great Britain to stand up in defence of their Religion and Liberty,' London, 1716, 8vo.
  • 'A Speech made to the Loyal Society, at the Mug-House in Long-Acre; June the 7th, 1716. Being the Day for the Public Thanksgiving, for putting an end to that most unnatural Rebellion,' London, 1716, 4to.
  • 'A Poem, humbly inscrib'd to … George, Prince of Wales,' London, 1717, fol.
  • 'The Regency and Return, a Poem humbly inscribed to … Lord Newport, son and heir to … Richard, Earl of Bradford' [London, 1717?], fol.
  • 'An Ode on the 28th of May, being the Anniversary of his Majesty's happy Nativity' [London], 1723, 8vo.
  • Description of the Isle of Man (1731)

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