ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION
, in "To Dr. Hawkesworth" 1755; Nichols, Select Collection of Poems (1780-82) 8:91-93.
1728: Rev. Christopher Pitt
1734: Alexander Pope
1740: Rev. Samuel Say
1755: Rev. Francis Fawkes
1756: William Shenstone
1756: Rev. John Dyer
1800 ca.: Robert Southey
1803: William Hayley
Rev. Francis Fawkes:
1755: William Duncombe
1755: Rev. John Duncombe
1755: John Hawkesworth
1773: John Hawkesworth
Two Duncombes, each a poet, with me dine,
Your friends, and decent Colman, a divine:
There's room for more; so, to complete the band,
Your wife will bring fair Innocence in hand.
Should Cave want copy, let the teaser wait,
While you steal secret through the garden gate.