Joseph Warton

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Standard Name: Warton, Joseph

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Charlotte Smith
Lionel (born next after Lucy and baptised on 11 November 1777) achieved a distinguished army career and also took after his mother in being something of a radical. In 1793, as a boy at Winchester School
Family and Intimate relationships Jane Warton
JW 's brothers, Joseph (her elder by two years) and Thomas (her younger by six), each made a name for himself in the literary and academic worlds. Joseph was Headmaster of Winchester College (a public...
Friends, Associates Jane Cave
It is possible, though this is speculative, that JC became acquainted while living at Winchester with the hymn-writer Anne Steele (who lived not far away), with Anna Seward and Hannah More (who were friends of...
Intertextuality and Influence Mary Julia Young
MJY has added twelve more poems to the original one: odes (on Constancy and Fancy, the latter a response to Joseph Warton 's Ode to Fancy), songs, sonnets, and occasional poems (To Miss...
Literary responses Jane Warton
Joseph Warton , who wrote on the same subject in the same genre, told a friend by the way her poem was the best of the two.
Reid, Hugh. “Jenny: The Fourth Warton”. Notes and Queries, No. 1, pp. 84 -92.
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This poem was chosen by William Wordsworth
Publishing Jane Cave
The publisher was J. Sadler . JC dedicated this first book to its subscribers. Their names fill fifty-two closely-printed columns, and are drawn from an area which is arguably centred on Winchester but which reaches...
Publishing Anne Francis
She quoted Pindar in Greek on the title page, and dedicated the work in a full-page inscription to John Parkhurst of Epsom, author of a Hebrew lexicon,
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
as a small testament to his merit, and...
Publishing Jane Warton
The publisher James Dodsley paid JW 's brother Joseph fifty pounds for two works by her: Letters Addressed to Two Young Married Ladies and Letters on Christian Life.
Feminist Companion Archive.
Publishing Jane Warton
Joseph Warton reported in January that Dodsley was grown surly peevish & avaricious to a degree—He swears he'll publish no more Novels—However, I have left the book [i.e. manuscript] with Him, & he is to...
Textual Production Jane Warton
Her brother Joseph (who had been invited to contribute by Samuel Johnson in March) wrote to her on 26 April beg[ging] your Assistance in giving us some Pictures drawn from real Life. . ....

Timeline

March 1748
The Poems of Thomas Warton the elder were published by subscription.
By March 1756
Joseph Warton published An Essay on the Writings and Genius of Pope.