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Author:Bernard Barton

Bernard Barton
(1784–1849)
English Quaker poet
Bernard Barton

WorksEdit

  • Metrical Effusions (1812}
  • Convict's Appeal (1818)
  • Poems by an Amateur (1818)
  • Poems (1820)
  • Napoleon and other Poems (1822)
  • Verses on the death of P. B. Shelley (1822)
  • Devotional Verses (1826)
  • A Missionary's Memoir, or Verses on the Death of J. Lawson (1826)
  • A Widow's Tale and other Poems (1827)
  • A New Year's Eve (1828)
  • The Reliquary, with a Prefatory Appeal for Poetry and Poets (1836), co-authored with Lucy Barton
  • Lamp of Our Feet, Whereby We Trace (1836)
  • On the Signs of the Times (1838}
  • Household Verses (1845)
  • Seaweeds gathered at Aldborough, Suffolk, in the Autumn of 1846 (1846)
  • A Memorial of J. J. Gurney (1847}
  • Birthday Verses at Sixty-four (1848}
  • A Brief Memorial of Major E. Moor, Woodbridge (1848}
  • Ichabod (1848}

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.