1867 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Eleanor Dickinson

Joseph Smith, in A Descriptive Catalogue of Friends' Books (1867) 1:529-30.



Eleanor Dickinson (formerly Blakey) of Springfield Academy, Liverpool, and Wife of ROBERT DICKINSON.

The Pleasures of Piety, with other Poems. [On the death of a lovely girl; — The Spider's Web, — On the Burial-ground of the Soceity of Friends, etc. etc.] By Eleanor Dickinson. London: Printed for Sherwood, Jones, & Co. Paternoster Row; and the Authoress, Liverpool.

The Mamluk: a Poem. By Eleanor Dickinson.

The fate of her Heroes, ask fame: she will tell,

They lived, were beloved, fought and conquered — and fell!

London: Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange. 8vo. 1830.