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Francis Wrangham


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Juvenal : Satire X

William Wordsworth to Robert Shelton Mackenzie, 26 January 1838: 'When I was a very young Man the present Archdeacon Wrangham and I amused ourselves in imitating jointly Juvenal's Satire upon Nobility - or rather parts of it. How far the choice of a Subject might be influenced by the run at that time against Aristocracy, I am unable to say ... '

Century: 1700-1799     Reader/Listener/Group: Francis Wrangham      


Francis Wrangham : Brutoniad

'[Francis] Wrangham was ... in the habit of reading MS verses to his friends: C[oleridge] heard his "Brutoniad" in Sept. 1794.'

Century: 1700-1799     Reader/Listener/Group: Francis Wrangham      Manuscript: Unknown


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