1798 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

William Thomas Fitzgerald

David Rivers, in Literary Memoirs of Living Authors (1798) 1:188-89.



W. T. FITZGERALD, ESQ. a gentleman of very respectable Poetical Talents. He has written several Prologues and Epilogues, and published, in 1793, The Tribute of an humble Muse to an unfortunate captive Queen, the Widow of a murdered King: and in the year following a Sequel to this tribute, entitled, Lines on the Murder of the Queen of France, with Admonition to the infant King, Louis XVII.