Author:William Broome

William Broome
English writer


  • Verses in "Lintot's Miscellany" (1712)
  • Iliad (1712), co-translated with Ozell and Oldisworth
  • Coronation Sermon (1723)
  • Prologue to "Mariamne,a tragedy" by James Fenton
  • Poems on Several Occasions (1726)
  • Assize Sermon (1737)

In his later years he amused himself by translating Anacreon for the 'Gentleman's Magazine.'

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