Author:George Gregory

George Gregory
(1754–1808)
English writer, scholar, and preacher

WorksEdit

  • Essays Historical and Moral (1st ed. published anonymously 1783, 2nd 1788)
  • Thoughts on the Composition and Delivery of a Sermon (1st edition, 1787; 2nd 1789)
  • Translation of Bishop Lowth's Lectures on the Poetry of the Hebrews (2 vols. 8vo, 1st ed. 1787, last 1847)
  • The Life of T. Chatterton (1789, a reprint from Kippis's ‘Biog. Brit.,’ iv. 573-619)
  • An History of the Christian Church (1790, 2nd ed. 1795)
  • Dr. Hawkesworth's translation of Fénelon's Télémaque (1795 revised edition)
  • The Economy of Nature Explained and Illustrated on the Principles of Modern Philosophy (1796, 2nd ed. 1798, 3rd 1804)
  • The Elements of a Polite Education, carefully selected from the Letters of Lord Chesterfield (1800, new ed. 1807)
  • Letters on Literature, Taste, and Composition (1808)
  • A Dictionary of the Arts and Sciences (1808)

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