1802 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Rev. Charles Parrott

Alexander Chalmers, in The British Essayists (1802; 1856) 22:58.



No. 38 [of The World], in ridicule of expensive taste in furniture, and No. 74, on the manner of passing the night in the vulgar and fashionable world, with an ode to the night, were written by a Mr. Parratt, the author of some poems in Dodsley's collection, where he is called Parrott.