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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



Brundish, Rev. John Jelliand (poet; 1750-86).  56-ii (1786): 697-698.

Bryan, W. (“Count” Bryan; of Bury St. Edmunds).  1 (1731): 445; 3 (1733): 657-658; 4 (1734): 383-384, 567-568; 5 (1735): 100-101, 323, 325, 495, 733; 6 (1736): 45-46; 8 (1738): 98, 99; 10 (1740): 197; 18 (1748): 278.

Bryant, Jacob (classicist and theologian; 1715-1804).  68-ii (1798): 836; 70-ii (1800): 875.

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton (bibliographer and genealogist; 1762-1837).  59-i (1789): 518-519; 62-ii (1792): 781.

Buc, Sir George (poet, master of the revels, and licenser of plays; bapt. 1560; d. 1622).  68-ii (1798): 670 [?].

Buckeridge, Theophilus.  16 (1746): 646.

Bull, Rev. Nicholas (clergyman; ca. 1776-1844).  64-ii (1794): 937; 65-i (1795): 328 [?], 421 [?] (2); 66-i (1796): 325-326; 66-ii (1796): 774; 68-i (1798): 63-64; 69-i (1799): 511; 70-ii (1800): 1280.

Bullwaller, W.  23 (1753): 338.

Bunce, Rev. John (clergyman; ca. 1708-86).  50 (1780): 195.

Bunce, William (of Harbledown, Kent; b. ca. 1752).  61-i (1791): 469; 66-ii (1796): 775.

Burges, Sir James Bland (politician, poet, and playwright; 1752-1824).  66-i (1796): 326; 66-ii (1796): 1018-1019.

Burgh, Walter Hussey (Irish judge and politician; 1742-83).  61-i (1791): 103.

Burgoyne, General John (1739-85).  56-i (1786): 68, 158; 59-ii (1789): 652.

Burke, Thomas (delegate from North Carolina to the Continental Congress and later governor of North Carolina; ca. 1747-83).  48 (1778): 184 (2), 231 (2).

Burnet, -----.  14 (1744): 157 (4), 158.

Burnet, Sir Thomas (judge and pamphleteer; 1694-1753).  40 (1770): 88; 47 (1777): 343.

Burney, -----.  63-i (1793): 424.

Burney, Dr. Charles (historian of music; 1726-1814).  55-i (1785): 215.

Burns, Robert (poet; 1759-96).  57-ii (1787): 623; 59-i (1789): 353; 61-ii (1791): 856, 1085; 64-i (1794): 461; 64-ii (1794): 748-749; 67-ii (1797): 783.

Burroughs, Rev. Lewis (clergyman).  13 (1743): 603; 17 (1747): 538.

Burton, Edmund (“Ruben D’Moundt”; barrister; b. 1721).  52 (1782): 540-541.

Busby, Rev. Richard (divine and headmaster of Westminster School; 1606-95).  63-ii (1793): 896.

Busby, Thomas (musician; 1755-1838).  68-i (1798): 425.

Butler, Rev. Weeden, the Elder (miscellaneous writer; 1742-1823), or the Younger (miscellaneous writer; 1772-1831).  68-ii (1798): 883-884; 69-ii (1799): 792.

Butler, Rev. Weeden, the Younger (miscellaneous writer; 1772-1831).  69-i (1799): 12; 70-ii (1800): 1263.

Butler, Samuel (author of Hudibras; 1612-80).  16 (1746): 379; 69-i (1799): 452.

Butson, Rev. Christopher, Dean of Waterford and later Bishop of Killaloe and Clonfert (1747-1836).  67-i (1797): 151-152.

Butt, Rev. George (poet and sermon-writer; 1741-95).  59-ii (1789): 1034-1035; 60-ii (1790): 1036-1037; 70-ii (1800): 1187-1189.

Buxton, T. M.  9 (1739): 546; 12 (1742): 214.

Byrom, John (shorthand inventor; 1692-1763).  1 (1731): 399; 7 (1737): 307; 15 (1745): 102-103; 28 (1758): 487.

Cade, Rev. Anthony (clergyman; ca. 1565-1641).  65-ii (1795): 776.

Cambridge, Richard Owen (poet; 1717-1802).  8 (1738): 655.

Campbell, William Henry (d. 1802).  33 (1763): 306.

Canning, George (statesman; 1770-1827).  53-ii (1783): 960; 67-ii (1797): 1052-1053 (with John Hookham Frere); 69-i (1799): 205-206 (with John Hookham Frere).

Carew, Thomas (poet; 1594/5-1640).  68-i (1798): 472.

Carey, Henry (poet and writer of farces; 1687?-1743).  3 (1733): 599; 24 (1754): 182; 65-ii (1795): 992; 69-ii (1799): 842; 70-i (1800): 479.

Carnot, Lazare Nicolas Marguerite (military engineer and French revolutionary leader; 1753-1823).  70-ii (1800): 771.

Caroll, Christopher.  5 (1735): 431.

Carpenter, -----, of Hereford.  2 (1732): 593.

Carr, James.  34 (1764): 190 [?].

Carr, Rev. John (master of Hertford Grammar School; 1732-1807).  47 (1777): 86-87; 53-ii (1783): 784.

Carter, Elizabeth (poet and translator; 1717-1806).  4 (1734): 623, 697; 5 (1735): 379, 553; 7 (1737): 247, 692; 8 (1738): 99, 159, 210 [?], 211, 272 (2), 315-316, 429 (2), 544; 9 (1739): 152 (2), 599; 10 (1740): 566; 11 (1741): 46; 13 (1743): 44; 14 (1744): 389; 17 (1747): 585; 32 (1762): 185-186; 38 (1768): 135; 40 (1770): 88; 56-ii (1786): 994; 64-i (1794): 459; 68-i (1798): 369.

Carter, John (draftsman and architect; 1748-1817).  69-ii (1799): 670.

Cartwright, Rev. Edmund (clergyman, poet, and inventor of the power loom; 1743-1823).  50 (1780): 436; 51 (1781): 88; 53-i (1783): 62 (2).

Cartwright, Rev. William (poet and playwright; 1611-43).  22 (1752): 257.

Cary, Elizabeth Tanfield, Viscountess Falkland (playwright; 1585-1639).  61-ii (1791): 896 [?].

Cary, Lucius, 2nd Viscount Falkland (1609/10-43).  63-i (1793): 168.

Cary, Rev. Henry Francis (translator of Dante; 1772-1844).  58-i (1788): [iv], 250, 347 (2), 443, 541; 58-ii (1788): 637, 732, 823, 916 (with Thomas Lister), 1008; 59-i (1789): 71, 160, 257, 257-258, 350, 553 (2); 59-ii (1789): 841, 937; 64-i (1794): 161-162; 67-i (1797): 238, 328.

Cassiani, Giuliano, of Modena (poet; 1712-78).  59-ii (1789): 1205.

Catcott, Rev. Alexander Stopford (divine and poet; 1692-1749).  22 (1752): 470.