1815 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

William Boscawen

John Nichols, in Literary Anecdotes of the XVIII Century (1812-15) 9:240.



A Commissioner of the Victualing Office [1785-1811], and well-known by his Translation of Horace. A Poem of his was recited at the Literary Fund, May 6, 1811; and he died on the 13th, in his 48th year. He was a gentleman of the most amiable disposition; and his death was a public loss.