British and Irish representations of seaside resorts in tabular form

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Date

Date

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Place(s)

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Jones, Henry

Jones, Henry

Vectis. The Isle of Wight, a Poem in Three Cantos

Vectis. The Isle of Wight, a Poem in Three Cantos

1766

1766

Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight

Reprinted 1781, 1782. Three cantos; 46 pages. A poem written in heroic couplets after the manner of Alexander Pope. Rather jingoistic. Jones was also the author of descriptive poems about Kew, Clifton (1773, 1779), and Shrewsbury (1769).

Reprinted 1781, 1782. Three cantos; 46 pages. A poem written in heroic couplets after the manner of Alexander Pope. Rather jingoistic. Jones was also the author of descriptive poems about Kew, Clifton (1773, 1779), and Shrewsbury (1769).

Smollett, Tobias

Smollett, Tobias

Humprhy Clinker

Humprhy Clinker

1771

1771

Scarborough

Scarborough

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Citation: Baldick, Chris, Robert Clark. "British and Irish representations of seaside resorts in tabular form". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 08 July 2016 [https://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=19470, accessed 21 June 2024.]

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