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  • M'math Epitaph for Gavin Hamilton, Esq. (1786) Epitaph for H - L -, Esq., of L - Epitaph for James Smith Epitaph for Mr. Gabriel Richardson Epitaph for Mr
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  • 676660Q915031James BeattieJamesBeattieBeattie,_JamesDr_James_Beattie.jpg17351803Scottish scholar, poet, essayist and writer. An Epitaph Elegy Elegy (Tir'd
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  • Mr. H. Yates Thompson, Mr. James Gairdner, Professor T. F. Tout, Mr. Francis Storr, Mr. Sidney Low, Mr. Reginald J. Smith, Mr. Gerald Duckworth, Mr. Harry
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  • Sonnets Frater Ave atque Vale Helen's Tower Epitaph on Lord Stratford de Redcliffe Epitaph on General Gordon Epitaph on Caxton To the Duke of Argyll Hands all
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  • in verses addressed to Smith, called him his son. On the execution of John Felton (1595?–1628) [q. v.], he penned an epitaph in verse (Ashmole MS. 36
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  • (attributed) To the Queen by the players (attributed) Epitaph on Elias James (attributed) Epitaphs on John Combe (attributed) First Folio – prepared by
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  • works. The monument to Cotes's memory, with the epitaph by Bentley, was erected at the cost of Smith, and he presented to the library of the college in
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  • of cryptogamic plants. Sir J. E. Smith bears testimony in an epitaph (Memoir and Correspondence of Sir J. E. Smith, ii. 234) to his ‘powerful mind, spotless
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  • and death is there…") Dirge for the Year England in 1819 Epipsychidion Epitaph Evening: Ponte Al Mare, Pisa (1821) Fragment on Keats From the Arabic:
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  • Recollections of Love To William Wordsworth 1808 Psyche 1809 A Tombless Epitaph 1810 Despair The Visionary Hope Fragment, The body 1811 Limbo The Suicide's
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  • for this part. Don Carlos, another of Smith's original parts, is described as a ‘tall able slave’ Barton Booth [q. v.] wrote a Latin epitaph on Smith
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  • To Celia On A Lady, Coquetting With A Very Silly Fellow. On The Same. Epitaph On Butler's Monument. Another. On A Wicked Fellow, Who Was A Great Blunderer
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  • remains were interred in St. James's Church, Bury St. Edmunds, where a costly but inartistic monument and magniloquent epitaph perpetuate his fame. His portrait
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  • 1885-1900, Volume 53 Smith, Bernard by Louisa M. Middleton 619260Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 53 Smith, BernardLouisa M. Middleton1898
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  • Croft, James by Sidney Lee ‎ 1343437Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 13 Croft, JamesSidney Lee ‎1888 CROFT, Sir JAMES (d. 1590)
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  • Westminster, where James was born on 18 Jan. 1774. An elder brother died at the age of fourteen and was buried in the abbey cloisters. The epitaph was written
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  • GIBBES or GHIBBES, JAMES ALBAN, M.D. (1611–1677), Latin poet, was born (not, as stated by Wood, at Rouen, but) at Valognes, for in his will, still preserved
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  • 1746), the ethical writer. Gabriel Cornwall (died 1786) wrote a joint epitaph for the two friends in Latin. Bruce kept no accounts, and died richer than
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  • 1784, and unsuccessfully bid against his friend James Edward (afterwards Sir James Edward) Smith [q. v.] for the collections of Linnæus, hoping to add them
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  • monument with an epitaph in Latin was erected to his memory (Brady, Episcopal Succession, iii. 161). Dodd highly commends Giffard for his charity to the
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