The British muse, or, A collection of thoughts, moral, natural, and sublime, of our English poets: who flourished in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries ... By Thomas Hayward, gent. With an historical and critical review of this, and all the collections of this kind hitherto published.
|Main Author:||Hayward, Thomas, Sir, 1743-1799.|
|Related Names:||Oldys, William 1696-1761.|
London, F. Cogan [etc.] 1738.
English poetry > Early modern, 1500-1700
Published in 1740 under title: The quintessence of English poetry. cf. Allibone.
"The preface, containing an historical and critical review ... was written by Wm. Oldys, under the supervision and with the corrections of Dr. Campbell."--Allibone.
Extracts varying in length, arranged alphabetically by subject.
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