Author:Gilbert Wakefield

Gilbert Wakefield
(1756–1801)
English scholar
Gilbert Wakefield

WorksEdit

  • An Essay on Inspiration (1781)
  • The Poems of Mr. Gray, with Notes (1781)
  • Early Christian Writers on the Person of Christ (1784)
  • The Internal Evidence of the Christian Religion (1789)
  • Silva Critica (1789-95)
  • An Enquiry into the Expediency and Propriety of Public or Social Worship (1791)
  • Evidences of Christianity (1793) (external scan)
  • Defence of Revealed Religion (1793)
  • An Examination of Thomas Paine's "Age of Reason," (1794) (external scan)
  • Remarks on the general orders of the Duke of York to his army, on June 7, 1794 (external scan)
  • Tragœdiarum Delectus (1794), in 2 vols.
  • The Spirit of Christianity compared with the Spirit of the Times (1794)
  • Poetical Translations from the Ancients, 1795 (external scan)
  • Reply to Thomas Paine's "Age of Reason" (1795)
  • Pope's ‘Iliad and Odyssey, with Notes (1796) vol vi
  • Observations on Pope, 1796 (external scan)

TranslationsEdit

  • First Epistle to the Thessalonians (1781)
  • St. Matthew's Gospel (1782)
  • Georgics (1788)
  • Horace (1794)
  • Moschus (1795)
  • Lucretius (1796–9, 3 vols.)
  • New Testament (1792)

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