Author:Robert Freind

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Robert Freind
English clergyman and headmaster of Westminster School.


  • A Sermon preach'd before the Honble. House of Commons at S. Margaret's, Westminster, on Tuesday, Jany. 30, 1710–11, being the Anniversary Fast for the Martyrdom of King Charles I (1710)
  • Letter From Robert Freind to Jonathan Swift - 1 (September 20, 1715)
  • Cicero's Orator (1724)


  • English verses in the Vota Oxoniensia (1689)
  • On the Inauguration of King William and Queen Mary , reprinted in ‘Select Collection of Poems’ (vii. 122–4), Nichols's
  • Encænium Rusticum, anglice a Country Wake in "Musarum Anglicanarum Delectus Alter" (1698), pp. 166–75.
  • Pugna Gallorum Gallinaceorum in "Musarum Anglicanarum Delectus Alter" (1698), pp. 189–93
  • Illustrissimo Thomæ, de Novo Castello Duci, suoque Patrono amplissimo Robertus Freind, bodie Ædis Christi Canonicus.”, The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle VII (October): 631, 1837 

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