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Barbauld, Anna, L., Hester M. Chapone, Elizabeth Moody, Hannah More, Charlotte T. Smith, Helen M. Williams, Amelia Opie, Anne Grant, Anna M. Porter, Charles Lamb, William Beckford, James Montgomery, Samuel T. Coleridge, James Graham, Walter Scott, Ann Yearsley, Anna Seward, Caroline Symmons, Maria H. Park, Mary Robinson, Anne Hughes, Ann Kendall, John Aikin, Olivia W. Serres, James Beattie, Anne Hunter, Alice Flowerdew, Francis Wrangham, William Cowper, Charlotte Richardson, William Roscoe, Robert Burns, John Hawkesworth, Erasmus Darwin, Richard Cumberland, Laura S. Temple, Samuel J. Pratt, Edmund Butcher, Joseph Cottle, William Dodd, Thomas Campbell, Robert Southey, William Wordsworth, Samuel Rogers, James Fordyce, John Langhorne, John Evans, John Scott, William Hayley, Samuel Johnson, Michael Bruce, Henry Moore, George Lyttelton, Thomas Dermody, Hector Macneill, Robert Bloomfield, John B. Linn, Hugh Downman, Nathaniel Bloomfield, James H. L. Hunt, Robert Fellowes, John Bidlake, Thomas Gisborne, Thomas Maurice, Joseph Fawcett, Thomas Blacklock, Timothy Dwight, William Bolland, George Goodwin, John Logan, George Horne, George Dyer, Samuel Bishop, James Hurdis, William L. Brown, Henry J. Pye, Joseph Sympson, Peter Bayley, Isaac D'Israeli, Luke Booker, Peter L. Courtier, Richard Graves, Robert Lovell, Charles Lloyd, William Mason, William Crowe, James Cririe, Philip B. Homer, Abbe d. Lisle, William Blackstone, James Mercer, John Jackson, Joseph Nightingale, Charles J. Fox, Henry Temple, Edward Rushton, William Holloway, John Mayne, William Beloe, Mr. Beck, Mr. W. Amphlett, Quintin Frost, J. S., Robert Noyes, Smyth, John Ogilvie, Humfrey, John McCreery, Allnatt, I. B., John Wolcot, and William Fox. The Parnassian Garland; or, beauties of modern poetry : consisting of upwards of two hundred pieces, selected from the works of the most distinguished poets of the present age. With introductory lines to each article. Designed for the use of schools and the admirers of poetry in general. By John Evans, A. M. Master of a seminary for a limited number of pupils, Pullin's Row, Islington. London: James Cundee, Albion Press, 1807.
Brooke, Frances, William Shakespeare, John Hughes, Susanna Centlivre, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Steele, Henry Brooke, Horace Walpole, Richard Cumberland, David Garrick, John Milton, Arthur Murphy, John Dryden, Richard B. Sheridan, George (. e. Colman, Ben Jonson, Nathaniel Lee, William Congreve, Robert Dodsley, Nicholas Rowe, John Home, Joseph Addison, William Whitehead, Ambrose Philips, Henry Jones, Henry Fielding, Isaac Bickerstaff, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Colley Cibber, Edward Young, Thomas Otway, William Wycherley, George Farquhar, James Thomson, George Lillo, John Vanbrugh, Hall Hartson, Thomas Southerne, William Havard, Robert Howard, Aaron Hill, James Miller, Samuel Johnson, Elijah Fenton, John Brown, George Villiers, Benjamin Hoadly, Edward Moore, Samuel Foote, Richard Glover, Charles Macklin, John Burgoyne, Kane O'Hara, John Gay, James Townley, Henry Carey, Philip Massinger, William Mason, and Benjamin Franklin. The Modern British Drama. In five volumes. London: William Miller [Albemarle Street], 1811.