NamesRushton, Edward, 1756-1814 (Author)Ostell, Thomas (Publisher)M'Creery, John, -1825 (Printer)
Sidney Lapidus Slavery and Abolition Collection
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1806Place: LondonPublisher: Printed for T. Ostell, Ave-Maria-Lane, by J. M'Creery, Black-Horse-Court, Fleet-Street
Table of ContentsTo a red-breast in November. -- Solicitude. -- Will Clewline. -- On the approach of the gout. -- Blindness. -- Toussaint to his troops. -- The neglected tar. -- On the death of Hugh Mulligan. -- To a bald-headed poetical friend. -- To France. -- The lover. -- The lass of Liverpool. -- Woman. -- Lucy. -- Mary le More. -- The maniac. -- Mary's death. -- The halcyon. -- Blue-eyed Mary. -- American independency. -- The anniversary of the Liverpool Marine Society. -- The shrike. -- To the memory of Robert Burns. -- The swallow. -- Briton and negro slave. -- Absence. -- On the death of a much-loved relative. -- Entreaty. -- A caution to my friend J. M. -- The throstle. -- The seaman's nursery. -- The complaint. -- The pier. -- Poor Ben. -- Mary. -- The origin of Turtle and Punch. -- Parody on a passage in Measure for Measure. -- The farewell. -- The return. -- To the gout. -- On the death of Miss E. Fletcher. -- The chase. -- The leviathan. -- The winter's passage. -- To the memoryof the unfortunate Chatterton.
Library locationsSchomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books DivisionShelf locator: Sc Rare B 16-17 (Lapidus Collection)
TopicsSlaverySlave tradeAbolitionistsAfrican AmericansBlacksEnslaved peopleAbolition movementAntislavery movements
NotesOwnership: Copy in Sc Rare B 16-17 (Lapidus Collection) inscribed: in ink, on t.p., "Georgiana Bigland Augst 18, 1808" ; bookplate of "J.O. Edwards" on upper pastedown. NN
Physical DescriptionExtent: 16 cm.
Type of ResourceText
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 24428412NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b18718827Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): e8d7e950-edfa-0133-e11b-00505686a51c
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