Composition, elegy, epistle, or canto in verse, often emotional and recited. Works in this category are often derived from the genre designation on the title page.
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|12901||Every Lady's Own Valentine Writer, in Prose and Verse. (For 1798.) Containing Humorous Dialogues; Witty Valentines, with Answers; Pleasant Sonnets, on Love, Courtship, Marriage, Beauty, &c. &c. being Entirely Original.||
J. Roach, Brittania Printing Office [Woburn Court] (London)
|1727||Jephthah's daughter. A dramatic poem. By Mrs. Ann Wilson.||
William Flexney [319 Holborn] (London)
|6199||Mary, Queen of Scots; an historical tragedy, or, dramatic poem. By Mrs. M. Deverell, Gloucestershire.||
|5537||Salomme and Eleazer, an oriental dramatic poem. The event supposed to have happened in the time of the primitive Christians. The scenes in Palestine, on the banks of the Jordan. By a lady of Chester.||
John Poole (Taunton)
|175||The Bride of Sicily. A Dramatic Poem, by Harriet Downing.||
Thomas Hurst, Edward Chance, and Co. (London)
John Sams (London)