1867 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Rev. Elijah Waring

Joseph Smith, in A Descriptive Catalogue of Friends' Books (1867) 2:857-58.



Elijah Waring, of Alton, but left there to reside at Neath, and afterwards became a Wesleyan Minister.

Poems, on Subjects connected with Scripture. By Sarah Newman. Published by Subscription, for her Benefit. [Edited by ELIJAH WARING.] Alton: Printed and sold by W. Pinnock. Sold by Hatchard, Piccadilly; Setchell and Son, King's Street, Covent Garden; I. and A. Arch, Cornhill; Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-street, London; E. Penny, Sherborne; and may be had of all other Booksellers. 8vo. 1811.

A Trip to Bryddewy Coal-Mine: being a new Poem on a new subject; commemoratively and affectionately inscribed to Deborah Price, Amelia Davis, Mary Tregelles, Emily Fox, Dr. Joseph Fox, Dr. Plumbe, John Plumbe, Junr., Henry Habberly Price, and Edwin Price; by Elijah Waring. 4to. Neath-Abby, 10th mo. 1813.

Recollections and Anecdotes of E. Williams, the Bard of Glamorgan. London: 12mo. 1850.

The Bard of Liberty; or, recollections and anecdotes of Edward Williams, the Bard of Glamorgan: [being a review of the work extracted from the Eclectic Review.] Llandiloes [printed] and Rhuyader. 16mo. [1850?]