Author:Susanna Blamire

Susanna Blamire
(1747–1794)
English Romantic poet, sometimes known as 'The Muse of Cumberland'
Susanna Blamire

WorksEdit

PoetryEdit

  • Written in a Churchyard, on seeing a number of cattle grazing
  • An Epistle to her friends at Gartmore
  • The Poetical Works of Miss Susanna Blamire, "The Muse of Cumberland," now for the first time collected by Henry Lonsdale, M.D., with a preface, memoir, and notes by Patrick Maxwell (1842) [1]

SongsEdit

  • "And ye shall walk in silk attire"
  • "What ails this heart o'mine"

Works about BlamireEdit

 

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