Cornelius Francis Webb (later Webbe) was a proofreader for the Quarterly Review who published poems in the New Monthly Magazine (1814-17) and the Gentleman's Magazine (1813-17). He was an acquaintance and admirer of Keats, who describes Webbe as "of our party occasionally at Hampstead." Webbe later worked as a corrector for the press.
Sonnets, amatory, incidental, and descriptive; with other poems. 1820.
Summer, an invocation to sleep; Fairy Revels. 1821.
The posthumous papers of ... a person lately about town. 1828.
Lyric leaves. 1832.
Glances at life in city and suburb. 1836.
The man about town. 2 vols, 1838.