Author:Percival Stockdale

Percival Stockdale
(1736–1811)

English poet, reformer and abolitionist

Percival Stockdale

WorksEdit

  • A Poetical Address to the Supreme Being (Berwick [1764]),
  • The Constituents: a poem, (1765) IA
  • (trans.) The Amyntas of Tasso, by Tasso (1770)
  • Life of Edmund Waller, prefixed to the poet's Works, (1772) IA
  • (trans.) Antiquities of Greece, from the Latin of Bos, (1772) (HathiTrust)
  • The Poet: A Poem (1773) 2nd ed. (external scan)
  • Three Discourses: two against Luxury and Dissipation, one on Universal Benevolence, 1773
  • (trans.) Institutions, Manners, and Customs of the Ancient Nations, French original by Sabbathier
  • Six Discourses, to which is prefixed an introduction containing a view of the genuine Ancient Philosophy, London, 1777
  • An Enquiry into the Nature and Genuine Laws of Poetry; including a particular defence of the Writings and Genius of Mr. Pope, (1778) IA
  • Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, 1778
  • Letters from Lord Rivers to Sir C. Cardigan, 1778, translation from Riccobini
  • An Examination of the Important Question whether Education at a Great School or by Private Tuition is preferable, (1782) (external scan)
  • Essay on Misanthropy, (1783) (external scan)
  • Sermons on Important and Interesting Subjects, 1784
  • Three Poems (1784) Google Books
  • Ximenes, (1788) (external scan)
  • Thirteen Sermons to Seamen, preached on board H.M.S. Leander in the Bay of Gibraltar, (1791) (external scan)
  • Letter to Granville Sharp, suggested by the present Insurrection of the Negroes in the Island of St. Domingo, (1791) (external scan)
  • Observations on the Writings and Conduct of our present Political and Religious Reformers, 1792
  • Poetical Thoughts and Views on the Banks of the Wear, 1792
  • Letters between the Honourable and Right Reverend Shute, by Divine Providence, Lord Bishop of Durham ... and Percival Stockdale, (1792) (external scan)
  • Letter to Mr. Bryant, occasioned by his late Remarks on Mr. Pope's Universal Prayer, (1793) Google Books
  • (ed.) Seasons by James Thomson (1793) (HathiTrust)
  • Letter to a Gentleman of the Philanthropic Society on the Liberty of the Press, 1794
  • The Invincible Island: a poem, with introductory Observations on the present War, (1797) IA
  • A Letter to the Honourable and Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Durham; on the Slave-Trade (1799) (external scan)
  • A Discourse on the Duties and Advantages of Old Age, (1801) (external scan)
  • A Remonstrance against Inhumanity to Animals, and particularly against the Savage Practice of Bull-Baiting, (1802) (external scan)
  • Verses on the abolition of the slave trade, 1804
  • Lectures on the truly eminent English Poets, (1807_ IA
  • Poems, a selection, 1808
  • Memoirs of his Life and Writings, containing many interesting Anecdotes of the Illustrious Men with whom he was connected, (1809). (HathiTrust)

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1927 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.