1829 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

St. George Tucker

Anonymous, in Review of Kettell, Specimens of American Poery; American Quarterly Review [Philadelphia] 6 (September 1829) 260.



He manifests special favour, by commendation and designation, to the bards, sons or daughters, of New-England. For those of the hither region, he has not exerted the same zeal of inquiry. St. George Tucker, the late eminent judge of Virginia, the editor of Blackstone, of whom every American lawyer has heard, is despatched thus; — "The Hon. St. George Tucker was, we think, a Virginian."