Author:Richard Savage

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Richard Savage

English poet



  • The Convocation, or the Battle of Pamphlets (1717)
  • A Poem on the Memory of George F (1727)
  • The Bastard (1728)
  • Nature in Perfection, or the Mother Unveiled (1728) [uncertain attribution]
  • The Wanderer (1729)
  • A Poem to the Memory of Mrs. Oldfield (1730) [uncertain attribution]
  • Verses occasioned by Lady Tyrconnel's Recovery from the Smallpox at Bath (1730)
  • On the Departure of the Prince and Princess of Orange (1734)
  • A Poem on the Birthday of the Prince of Wales (1735)
  • The Progress of a Divine (1735)
  • The Poet's Dependence on a Statesman in the ‘Gentleman's Magazine’ (1736, p. 225)
  • Of Public Spirit in regard to Public Works (1737)
  • A Poem Sacred to the Memory of Her Majesty (1738)
  • London and Bristol Delineated (1744)


  • Miscellaneous Poems and Translations by Several Hands (1726)
  • Various poems. The wanderer, The triumph of mirth and health, and The bastard. To which is prefixed a preface giving some account of them (1761) [1]
  • The works of Richard Savage, Esq., son of the Earl Rivers: with An account of the life and writings of the author (1777), in 2 vols. vol. 1 vol.2


  • Love in a Veil: a comedy (1718)
  • The Tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury (1723) [2]

Works about Savage[edit]

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