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The Poetry of the Gentleman’s Magazine, 1731 – 1800:
An Electronic Database of Titles, Authors, and First Lines
– An Ongoing Project –

Emily Lorraine de Montluzin



Parr, Rev. Samuel (schoolmaster, divine, and conversationalist; 1747-1825).  57-ii (1787): 720 (3).

Parrat, -----.  10 (1740): 88.

Parsons, William (poet; fl. 1785-1824).  57-i (1787): 257-258, 350.

Passerat, Jean (poet and satirist; 1534-1602).  10 (1740): 595.

Patten, Rev. Thomas (clergyman; ca. 1714-90).  9 (1739): 267.

Paul, Rev. Thomas (clergyman; ca. 1648-72).  48 (1778): 135-136 [?].

Payne, John (bookseller; d. 1787).  14 (1744): 610; 15 (1745): 606; 45 (1775): 144.

Pearce, William (poet and librettist; fl. 1785-96).  63-ii (1793): 654.

Pearsall, Rev. Richard (Dissenter and religious writer; 1698-1762).  6 (1736): 417.

Peckard, Martha Ferrar (poet; 1729-1805).  25 (1755): 37; 59-ii (1789): 748.

Peckard, Rev. Peter, Dean of Peterborough (divine, sermon-writer, and opponent of the slave trade; bapt. 1717; d. 1797).  59-ii (1789): 748.

Pegge, Rev. Samuel, the Elder (antiquary; 1704-96).  24 (1754): 309; 60-ii (1790): 940.

Penn, William (civil servant in the Colonial Office and miscellaneous writer; 1776-1845).  65-i (1795): 326.

Pennant, Thomas (traveler and naturalist; 1726-98).  41 (1771): 230.

Pennell, Rev. Peter (clergyman; 1705-64).  29 (1759): 29-30.

Pennington, Elizabeth (poet; 1732-59).  35 (1765): 231.

Penny, Anne Hughes (novelist, poet, and playwright; bapt. 1729; d. 1780/4 [sic]).  50 (1780): 143; 55-i (1785): 385 (2); 55-ii (1785): 736 (2).

Penrose, Rev. Thomas (poet; 1743-79).  69-ii (1799): 1177, 1177-1178.

Pentycross, Rev. Thomas (poet; 1748-1808).  60-ii (1790): 1200.

Pepys, Sir William Waller (literary scholar and member of the Blue Stocking circle; 1740-1825).  56-i (1786): 249 (2).