1867 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Thomas Clio Rickman

Joseph Smith, in A Descriptive Catalogue of Friends' Books (1867) 2:489.



Thomas Clio Rickman, a Bookseller, of Upper Mary-le-bone Street, London. He left the Society, and openly avowed himself a disciple of the noted Thomas Paine.
The Fallen Cottage, a Poem. 4to. 1785. Reprinted, with additions in his "Poetical Scraps, &c."
The Evening Walk, a Tale. 8vo. 1796.
A Collection of Epigrams. 8vo. 1796.
Mr. Pitt's Democracy manifested. 8vo. 1799.
Poetical Scraps. By Thomas Clio Rickman. In 2 vols. London: Printed for the Author, Upper Mary-le-bone Street, &c. &c. 8vo. 1803. Contains, "An Epitaph on WILLIAM PENN."
An Ode on the Emancipation of the Blacks of St. Domingo. 4to. 1804.
Corruption, a Satire. 4to. 1806.
Elegy to the Memory of Thomas Paine. 8vo. 1810.
He died the 15th of 2nd month, 1834, aged 74 years, and was buried in Friends' burial-ground, Bunhill Fields, London.