Author:James Ralph

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James Ralph

Anglo-American political writer, historian, and poet


  • The Touchstone, or … Essays on the reigning Diversions of the Town (1728)
  • Night: a Poem (1728)
  • Sawney, an heroic poem occasioned by the “Dunciad,” (1728)
  • The Case of Author by Profession or Trade stated (1758), anon.
  • The Muse's Address to the King (1728)
  • The Tempest, or the Terrors of Death (1728)
  • Clarinda, or the Fair Libertine (1729)
  • Zeuma, or the Love of Liberty (1729)
  • Miscellaneous Poems by several hands, published by Mr. Ralph (1729)
  • Fall of the Earl of Essex (1731)
  • The Other Side of the Question (1742)
  • Critical History of the Administration of Sir Robert Walpole, by a Gentleman of the Middle Temple (1743)
  • Of the Use and Abuse of Parliaments (1744) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • The Lawyer's Feast (1744)
  • The Astrologer (1744)
  • History of England during the Reigns of King William, Queen Anne, and King George I. (1744, 1746), in 2 vols.

Works about Ralph[edit]

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